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Night Court: The Wheels of Justice (2)

After resigning, Harry disappears. The staff deals with a series of substitute judges while trying to find Harry so they can convince him to return to the bench.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x10
Production Number: 185715
Airdate: Thursday December 12th, 1985

Director: Alan Bergmann
Writer: Nat Mauldin

Guest Stars
Annie OAnnie O'Donnell
As June Wheeler
Brent SpinerBrent Spiner
As Bob Wheeler
Kenneth TobeyKenneth Tobey
As Judge Harrison Kemp
Keri HoulihanKeri Houlihan
As Colleen Wheeler
Robert V. BarronRobert V. Barron
As Bum
Bill KirchenbauerBill Kirchenbauer
As Anthony Rego
Frank BirneyFrank Birney
As Doctor in Courtroom
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
Episode Notes
The part one recap was narrated by John Larroquette.

Episode Quotes
Bull: All rise. Criminal Court, Part Two is now in session. The Honorable.... (Bull yawns) ...Harrison Kemp, presiding.
Judge Kemp: You okay?
Bull: Yeah. Mister Sandman didn't get a chance to visit me last night.
Judge Kemp: Probably afraid to come in!

Judge Kemp: If I may say, this is the strangest court I've ever presided over.
Dan: Thank you.

Christine: Sir, when are you gonna stop whipping yourself about that kid?
Harry: I am not whipping myself. But there was a very nice couple in the back room who offered to do it for me.

Dan: So, you're not a judge anymore.
Harry: That's right.
Dan: You twerp!
Harry: I beg your pardon?
Dan: You simp. You pathetic, whining, wheezing, jackassed twig!
Harry: I get the feeling you're trying to tell me something, Dan.

Dan: You were good, Harry! Very good. You were impartial. You were fair. Patient. Compassionate. Understanding. And I admired you. (Harry looks at Dan with surprise) That's really hitting below the belt, isn't it?

Harry: Well, it's nice to see everything's the way I left it. Except, of course, for the dead guy on my bench.
Mac: That would be Judge Kemp.
Harry: Yeah, well, he's got my gavel and he won't let go of it.

Cultural References
Bob Wheeler: Evening.
Dan: Well, if it isn't Mr. and Mrs. Night of the Living Dead.

The 1968 film Night of the Living Dead is considered to be the movie that introduced zombies to popular culture.

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