Saturn's satellites Mimas and Tethys appear to be involved in a unique resonance. All orbit-orbit resonances, by definition, have the satellites' conjunction librating about some specific longitude. Equivalently, their orbital periods, measured relative to that longitude, are commensurable. Most orbit-orbit resonances are of the eccentricity-type; the conjunctions librate about the longitude of an apse of one orbit. The Mimas-Tethys resonance is of the inclination type.