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Night Court: Halloween, Too

As Harry's favorite holiday nears he finds himself in love with a woman he later discovers is a witch.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x5
Production Number: 185719
Airdate: Thursday October 31st, 1985

Director: Alan Bergmann
Writer: Teresa O'Neill

Guest Stars
Denice KumagaiDenice Kumagai
As Quon Le Robinson
George MurdockGeorge Murdock
As Hank Myer
Anne RamseyAnne Ramsey
As Edna Sneer
Beatrice ColenBeatrice Colen
As Woman in Cell
Mario RoccuzzoMario Roccuzzo
As Mario Eisenhower
Mary-Margaret HumesMary-Margaret Humes
As Kimberly Daniels
Main Cast
Harry AndersonHarry Anderson
As Harold T. Stone
John LarroquetteJohn Larroquette
As Dan Fielding
Richard MollRichard Moll
As Bull Shannon
Charles RobinsonCharles Robinson
As Mac Robinson
Florence HalopFlorence Halop
As Florence Kleiner
Markie PostMarkie Post
As Christine Sullivan
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Mel TormeJeepers CreepersWith Harry wearing Mel Tormé mask at party

Episode Quotes
Harry: Who are you?
Kim: Kimberly. Kimberly Daniels. My friends call me Kim.
Harry: (shaking hands) Harry. Harry Stone. My friends call me "Shecky." I gotta get new friends.

Christine: They've only known each other four days. Don't they ever separate?
Dan: Are you kidding? They've done everything except sew their bodies together. (Harry and Kim roller skate into the courtroom together) I was wrong. They've sewn their bodies together.

Kim: I swear, I just had one of the most incredible experiences of my life!
Dan: (grinning) A little nooner at the Hung Jury Motel, huh?
Christine: (annoyed) Oh, Dan.
Harry: I believe the lady was referring to our buggy ride in Central Park.
Christine: (to Dan) Some people have class.
Harry: It was a baby buggy!
Kim: We both squeezed in. Harry brought the champagne, and then....
Harry and Kim: Koochie-koochie-koochie-koochie koo!
Dan: (to Christine) Everybody's kinky. Except you.

Dan: (on phone) All right, all right, let's lay the cards on the table. What can I get for $19.95? (looks at Flo) What's a Smurf?
Flo: Imagine your cat threw up a fur ball that talked.

Bull: Sir, there's a sleazy reporter on his way in here!
Harry: How sleazy?
Bull: He drives a convertible hearse.

Cultural References
Harry: Last year, one of us chose to come as a member of the Moral Majority.

The Moral Majority was a conservative Christian political action group founded in the late 1970's by televangelist Rev. Jerry Falwell.

Harry: Am I on Bloopers? Ed? Dick?

A reference to TV's Bloopers and Practical Jokes, which was co-hosted by Ed McMahon and Dick Clark.

Harry: She just said she's a...
Christine: A witch.
Harry: Well, are you sure she isn't? Did anybody dump a bucket of water on her, see if she'd melt?

The Wicked Witch of the West in The Wizard of Oz melted when Dorothy threw a bucket of water on her.

Dan: (on phone) No, no, I need the costume tonight. Yes, yes, something tasteful, conservative. Say, the Roman Emperor Caligula.

Caligula (CE 12-41), also called Gaius, was the third Roman emperor and the first to be assassinated.

Christine: Come on, Myer, I'll take you to men's detention. There's a guy down there who thinks he's Joan Crawford.
Myer: No kidding.
Bull: Don't mention the book. He's still bitter.

"The book" is Mommie Dearest, written in 1978 by Christina Crawford, that painted her mother, legendary actress Joan Crawford, in an unfavorable light.

Flo: You played hockey before the mandatory helmet rule, didn't you?

Helmets became mandatory in the NHL in 1979.

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