Night Court

  • 1984
  • TV Show
  • TV-14

Courtroom shenanigans sustained this long-running sitcom about a boyish-looking judge with an unconventional manner on the bench; his Manhattan court staff; and the night people who appear before him. John Larroquette won four consecutive supporting Emmys as lustful ADA Dan Fielding. 'Now I'm officially overwhelmed,' he said after win No. 4.

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Night Court Actor Harry Anderson Dies at 65

Harry Anderson, best known for his role as Judge Harry Stone in NBC's Night Court has died at age 65, according to Variety. The trade picked the news up from a local news report by WSPA-TV, stating police officers were called to a home in Asheville,… Read more

Night Court; Reinhold Weege (inset)
Night Court Creator Reinhold Weege Dies at 63

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Night Court Trailer
00:38 — Night Court is a comedy about the night shift of a Manhattan municipal court
Season 3: Night Court: Season 3 Trailer
01:26 — This season, life in Judge Harry Stone's court starts with a tear (as the gang says farewell to Selma) and a horselaugh (as they welcome wiseacre Flo (more…)
Season 2: Night Court: Burger and Fries Trailer
01:37 — Disorder in the court! Judge Harold T. Stone, Dan, Bull and Selma return for a rollicking second season of dispensing justice to the assorted nuts of (more…)
Season 2: Night Court: Season 2 Trailer
01:38 — Disorder in the court! Judge Harold T. Stone, Dan, Bull and Selma return for a rollicking second season of dispensing justice to the assorted nuts of (more…)

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The 1992 Boat Show Season 9, Episode 22 May 31, 1992 $1.99

Dan (JOHN LARROQUETTE) sets up an interview with a newspaper society columnist, hoping to break into high society. However, when the columnist comes to court, Roz (MARSHA WARFIELD), not Dan, gets a favorable mention in the next day's newspaper.

Opportunity Knock Knocks, Part 2 Season 9, Episode 21 May 13, 1992 $1.99

Christine (MARKIE POST) is elected to Congress. Dan (JOHN LARROQUETTE) has a nightmare in which the women in his life put him on trial.

Opportunity Knock Knocks, Part 1 Season 9, Episode 20 May 13, 1992 $1.99

As election day approaches, Christine (MARKIE POST) prepares to lose. Dan (JOHN LARROQUETTE) meets his girlfriend's parents and learns he once dated her mother. As Christine prepares her concession speech, she jumps ahead at the polls!

P.S. Do I Know You? Season 9, Episode 19 Mar 4, 1992 $1.99

Roz (MARSHA WARFIELD) exaggerated her beauty to her pen pal. Now that he's visiting town, Roz asks Lisette (JOLEEN LUTZ) to meet him for her. Mac's (CHARLES ROBINSON) commercial for Christine (MARKIE POST) airs with subliminal pornographic messages.

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  • Premiered: January 4, 1984
  • Rating: TV-14
  • Premise: Courtroom shenanigans sustained this long-running sitcom about a boyish-looking judge with an unconventional manner on the bench; his Manhattan court staff; and the night people who appear before him. John Larroquette won four consecutive supporting Emmys… (more)

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