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Night Court (1984)

Comedy  
Popularity 17
Rayting:   7.6/10 12K votes
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Language: English

An eccentric fun loving judge presides over an urban night court and all the silliness going on there.

Episode Guide

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Season 2

Season 1

Best Night Court Episodes

Top 20 (Ranked)

January 17, 2023star6.7 186 votesS1E2 The Nighthawks
January 17, 2023star6.5 248 votesS1E1 Pilot
January 17, 1990star0.0 0 votesS7E13 Razing Bull
January 3, 1990star0.0 0 votesS7E12 Amore or Less
December 20, 1989star0.0 0 votesS7E11 Passion Plundered
December 6, 1989star0.0 0 votesS7E10 Branded (2)
November 29, 1989star0.0 0 votesS7E9 Branded (1)
November 22, 1989star0.0 0 votesS7E8 Attack of the Mac Snacks
November 15, 1989star0.0 0 votesS7E7 Auntie Maim
November 8, 1989star0.0 0 votesS7E6 For Love or Money
November 1, 1989star0.0 0 votesS7E5 Blue Suede Bull
January 24, 1990star0.0 0 votesS7E14 Futureman
February 7, 1990star0.0 0 votesS7E15 Wedding Bell Blues (1)
February 14, 1990star0.0 0 votesS7E16 Wedding Bell Blues (2)
October 5, 1990star0.0 0 votesS8E2 A Family Affair (2)
September 28, 1990star0.0 0 votesS8E1 A Family Affair (1)
May 2, 1990star0.0 0 votesS7E24 The Blues of the Birth
April 11, 1990star0.0 0 votesS7E23 A Closer Look
April 4, 1990star0.0 0 votesS7E22 Still Another Day in the Life

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User Reviews

wolf008 12 February 2002

Watchseries; The 80's produced some of Televisions best sitcom's, and Night Court is one of the eras shining examples. Harry Anderson's, Judge Harold T Stone is surrounded by an eccentric but very likable group. From the womanizing antics of John Larroquette's Dan Fielding, to Richard Moll's confused lovable giant, Bull Shannon, the cast never disappointed.

They were not afraid to be bizarre, as the writers would give us scenes such as Wild E Coyote appearing before Judge Stone for chasing the Road Runner. The cast would also face believable moral dilemmas, that alot of today's sitcom's do not dare attempt, or pull off as successfully.

wolf008 12 February 2002

The 80's produced some of Televisions best sitcom's, and Night Court is one of the eras shining examples. Harry Anderson's, Judge Harold T Stone is surrounded by an eccentric but very likable group. From the womanizing antics of John Larroquette's Dan Fielding, to Richard Moll's confused lovable giant, Bull Shannon, the cast never disappointed.

They were not afraid to be bizarre, as the writers would give us scenes such as Wild E Coyote appearing before Judge Stone for chasing the Road Runner. The cast would also face believable moral dilemmas, that alot of today's sitcom's do not dare attempt, or pull off as successfully.

Aaron1375 11 December 2011

Night Court watchseries. This show had a lot of cast changes during its first one or two seasons. Then it settled into a groove until the last season where it just got very strange and then had one of the worst finale episodes ever. Still, it was funny as Harry Anderson as the judge, John Larroquette as Dan the womanizing D.A. and Richard Moll as the dense, but good hearted Bull the bailiff were like the only three cast members to be in the show during its entire run and were the best characters. Mac, played by Charles Robinson and Markie Post as the public defender would also settle in and do well. The show had its problems with the second bailiff during its early run losing two older actresses as I believed both passed away, they would finally go with someone different in the form of Marsha Warfield. The show was simply about a court that operates at night (duh), and at times some very crazy things happen, near the end these things would get a bit to crazy. However, for the most part the show was funny as I tend to gravitate towards shows that revolve around a job or place of business more so than to a show that is about a family. A good show that was really funny during the middle stretch, but it did have a hard time getting out of the gate initially and kind of stumbled near the end.

Thor2000 7 April 2001

I loved this show while it was on. In the beginning it followed the same premise of Barney Miller depicting the fact that city officials are just people themselves doing a job, but with the incredibly gorgeous Markie Post on the show for every one to drool over, the show became wildly cartoony, illogical and wild while it kept all the straight and contemplative issues that had made it a hit. Post really saved this show with her too perfect to be real figure while she followed the rigid restraints of a nun. John Larroquette was her perfect nemesis as the lecherous but snobbish Dan Fielding and Harry Anderson as the judge with a Peter Pan complex. The supporting staff of Charlie Robinson, Marsha Warfield and the ever likeable Richard Moll also became stars in this incredible show, but it had really lost its steam when Christine lost her virginity to have a baby and Dan found his morals. From there, the show just wasn't as good, and the roller coaster ride, as great as it was, was over.

coverme6 2 April 2000

"Night Court", one of the best sitcoms to ever come out of the '80s, is back in the air in the A&E channel. The wacky crew of the Night Court can always make me laugh out loud ever afternoon after a long, tiresome day of high school. The whole cast is terrific, especially by Harry Anderson (Harry), Marsha Warfield (Roz), and Richard Moll (Bull), but I say the guy who really brings down the house with his sleazy and smart-assed attitude is John Larroquette, or better known as Dan Fielding in the show. It's hilarious to think that he is so horny all the time, that most women would degrade him as something lower than dogs***! But some don't notice how Dan is a good, caring person at heart. You don't know what I mean, you say? Watch "Night Court" at the A&E station

mcfly-31 7 November 2000

"Night Court" was one of the more bizarre shows to come along. The only time I've ever seen a show that featured a lot of slapstick and raunchy gags, unlike any other sitcom. Harry Anderson was Harry Stone, a zany judge who loved magic and silly props, which he would pull outta nowhere a lot of the time. In his court was my all time fave sitcom actor John Larroquette, as smutty Dan Fielding, a womanizing, outspoken district attorney. There was also well meaning but dumber than cotton Bull Shannon, a towering bailiff. These three were really the only ones who were around from the shows first episode. I'd have to say they may have set a record for most cast changes for a sitcom as there were at least 4(!) leading female characters. There was Karen Austin, Ellen Foley for a season, than a series of several replacement actresses for a few weeks before Markie Post finally grounded herself as the main female character. Also along midway through were Charles Robinson as Mac, Florence Hallop, who died shortly after joining the show, and she was replacing Selma Diamond who also passed away. Finally the producers went with a younger choice, Marsha Warfield as no nonsense Roz. Lots of great episodes, of mention the one where Harry's old college friend shows up. Anderson and Larroquette end up on a ledge nude which leads to the shows best line ever when one looks down at the others privates: "So, what's up?" They ended their run in 92 with an extremely disappointing show, which wrapped the characters fates nicely, but lacked any type of laughs at all. But still a terrific bunch of shows midway through the 80s make it one of the best, if edgiest, shows ever.

RjsMovie 17 April 2018

Harry Anderson was comedy gold in night court but even more than they were those scenes where he showed heart and compassion and helped his friends . This show will always have a place in my heart I remember first seeing it as a young kid with my grandma and loved it then although not fully understands all the comedy .

As an adult it's even better . I've bought the first three seasons on DVD and recommend it if you enjoy great characters and a slick jazzy opening

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