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Night Court: Billie's Valentine

Billie has a shock when her boyfriend is brought before the court for grand larceny on Valentine's day.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x18
Production Number: 185618
Airdate: Thursday February 14th, 1985

Director: Jeff Melman
Writer: Bob Stevens

Guest Stars
Eve SmithEve Smith
As Mrs. Shelton
Larry GelmanLarry Gelman
As Singing Heart
Martin GarnerMartin Garner
As Bernie
Patrick CranshawPatrick Cranshaw
As Mr. Sheldon
Geoffrey ScottGeoffrey Scott
As David Powers
Main Cast
Harry AndersonHarry Anderson
As Harold T. Stone
John LarroquetteJohn Larroquette
As Dan Fielding
Richard MollRichard Moll
As Bull Shannon
Selma DiamondSelma Diamond
As Selma Hacker
Ellen FoleyEllen Foley
As Billie Young
Charles RobinsonCharles Robinson
As Mac Robinson
Episode Quotes
Dan: Women who interest me wouldn't write Valentines.
Selma: Even if they knew how.

David: Look, it is just not going to work out.
Billie: Give me one good reason why not!
David: I'm a criminal, you're a lawyer.
Billie: So? Two-career couples are very fashionable these days.

Cultural References
The bird statue Harry is staring at in the final scene is from the classic film The Maltese Falcon.

Billie: Everybody gets all excited like they think he's Al Capone or something. Well, look what he did on Valentine's day.

Al Capone was long believed to be the mastermind behind the February 14, 1929 murders of seven members of rival Bugs Moran's gang in a garage on North Clark Street in Chicago. Capone was in Florida at the time of the killings and therefore had an alibi and was never charged.

Episode References
Harry: Hey, you remember the time when we were tied together at gunpoint on my birthday?

In the episode "The Birthday Visitor."

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