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Night Court: Her Honor (2)

Christine has her new judicial assignment: Manhattan criminal court part two, replacing Judge Harold T. Stone, who has not been reappointed to the bench.

Episode Info

Episode number: 4x22
Production Number: 185952
Airdate: Wednesday May 06th, 1987

Director: Jeff Melman
Writer: Linwood Boomer

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Guest Stars
Al Ruscio
As Mr. Fetty
Annie O'Donnell
As June Wheeler
Brent Spiner
As Bob Wheeler
K Callan
As Mrs. Fletzker
Main Cast
Harry Anderson
As Harold T. Stone
John Larroquette
As Dan Fielding
Richard Moll
As Bull Shannon
Charles Robinson
As Mac Robinson
Markie Post
As Christine Sullivan
Marsha Warfield
As Rosalind "Roz" Russell
Episode Quotes
Bull: Don't worry, Dan. I'm too depressed about Harry to rip your lungs out. Maybe later.

Dan: (to Christine) Ah, Miss Sullivan, your courageous loyalty is surpassed only by your beauty and brains.
Harry: (to Mac) Mac, do you sense a shift in the suck-up wind?
Mac: About ripped off my eyebrows, sir.

Christine: (as Mrs. Fletzker runs out of the courtroom) Do you know who that woman is?
Dan: No, but I'll bet she hasn't been with a man since Sputnik.

Mrs. Fletzker: You...talk to the defendants.
Harry: Well, I thought sentencing them by singing telegram was unnecessarily cruel.

Mac: We all chipped in and got you this, sir. I hope you like it. (hands box to Harry)
Christine: We had it custom made so it would remind you of this place.
Harry: (opens box, removes wristwatch) Oh, that's beautiful. Look at that! And it's got a little gavel for a second hand.
Dan: I thought it should be a hooker. They've always got the time.

Harry: (as Bull begins to cry) Now, Bull, you promised. No tears.
Bull: But I never even got to take a bullet for you, Harry!
Harry: Well, maybe we could do it on a weekend sometime.

Mac: Sir, look, if you ever need any money, well....
Harry: You're broke, I know.

Christine: There has got to be a way that we can get your job back!
Harry: Like what? Like it turns out I'm on Dallas and I've been dreaming all this?

Cultural References
Roz: No more Jane Pauley look-alike contests.

Jane Pauley (born 1950) is a former NBC reporter and host of the Today morning show.

Mac: This came special delivery for you special delivery from Mel Tormé.
Harry: No!
Mac: (handing Harry envelope) Yeah!
Harry: (opening envelope) Wow! Look at that! That is autographed sheet music to "The Christmas Song!"

Mel Tormé wrote over 250 songs in his career, with "The Christmas Song" being the most popular of his songs.

Dan: No, but I'll bet she hasn't been with a man since Sputnik.

Sputnik, launched in October 1957, was the first satellite put into space.

Harry: Like what? Like it turns out I'm on Dallas and I've been dreaming all this?

Bobby Ewing (played by Patrick Duffy) was killed off at the end of the eighth season of the nighttime soap opera Dallas. He resurfaced in the shower for the start of the tenth season, telling wife Pam (Victoria Principal) that his death (and the entire ninth season of the show) had merely been a dream.

Warning: Night Court season 4 episode 22 guide may contain spoilers
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