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Type
Scripted
Premiered
Jan. 04, 1984
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
30 min.
Country
USA
Network
NBC TV Network
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Night Court

Judge Harold T. Stone presides over "Night Court", a court which deals with petty crimes which can be dealt with in a dime-a-dozen manner. Invariably, the cases appearing before the court are bizarre, but that's ok because Judge Stone is not your regular judge. He's assisted by a motley crew of clerks and District Attorneys who often create as much chaos as the criminals they bring in for trial.

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09x22 The 1992 Boat Show Aired: May. 31, 1992

Roz steals the show and Dan's spot with the in-crowd when a gossip columnist discovers her and Lisette tries to deal with her erotic dreams about …

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The show had 9 seasons and 193 episodes air between 1984 and 1992.

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  • Before Harry Anderson was ever cast, the character of the judge was written as a guy named Harry, who loved magic, and worshipped Mel Tormé.
  • According to series creator Reinhold Weege on the Season 1 DVD Commentary, many of the hookers and pimps are named after his friends. He comments that the references are his way of saying…
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    According to series creator Reinhold Weege on the Season 1 DVD Commentary, many of the hookers and pimps are named after his friends. He comments that the references are his way of saying "hello" to these people.
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  • John Larroquette was approached during the sixth season about starring in Madhouse (1990). But executive producer Reinhold Weege would not allow Larroquette the time off to make the film.…
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    John Larroquette was approached during the sixth season about starring in Madhouse (1990). But executive producer Reinhold Weege would not allow Larroquette the time off to make the film. Because of delays in the film, Larroquette was approached again during the seventh season. This time, Wegge and the film's producers worked out a schedule that would allow Larroquette to work on both projects simultaneously. Mondays to Thursdays, Larroquette would rehearse for the series during the day and work on the film all night. On Friday nights, the series would tape their episodes. As soon taping finished, he would go to the film's set and work all weekend.
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