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  • "Night Court" took place during the night shift of a municipal court in Manhattan, New York in Criminal Court Part 2 which was presided over by a young, unorthodox judge, Harold T. "Harry" Stone.
  • Night Court is an American television sitcom series that aired on NBC-TV from January 4, 1984 to May 31, 1992. The setting was the night shift of a Manhattan court, presided over by the young, unorthodox Judge Harold T. "Harry" Stone (played by Harry Anderson). It was created by comedy writer Reinhold Weege, who had previously worked on the long-running ABC-TV sitcom series Barney Miller in the 1970s and early 1980s.
  • Night Court’s first case was for the return of some runaway slaves; the final episode’s was a parody of the OJ Simpson trial. A special celebratory 100th year episode included Donald Duck, arraigned for not wearing pants.
  • Night Court was a TV sitcom which ran on NBC for nine seasons, from 1984 until 1992. Set in a New York City night court, it focused on eccentric jokester Judge Harry T. Stone and his equally colorful staff (and the often bizarre events in and around the courtroom).
  • Some of the characters included: Nostradamus "Bull(Shit)" Shannon - A bailiff who is very unlikable and claims to be a patient, gentle, and childlike guy. He loves to make mistakes and when he does, he has a very annoying way of doing so when he realizes he had done so. Another trait of his is moaning a low-pitched whine that turned into a loud wail (that isn't annoying for once) as he stormed off whenever he got upset. Harold T. Stone Jr. - A laid-back judge and amateur magician, who happens to be very boring because he likes a crooner named Mel Torme and loves magic and magic tricks.
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  • Night Court
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  • "Night Court" opening title screen
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  • Night Court
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  • "Night Court" took place during the night shift of a municipal court in Manhattan, New York in Criminal Court Part 2 which was presided over by a young, unorthodox judge, Harold T. "Harry" Stone.
  • Night Court is an American television sitcom series that aired on NBC-TV from January 4, 1984 to May 31, 1992. The setting was the night shift of a Manhattan court, presided over by the young, unorthodox Judge Harold T. "Harry" Stone (played by Harry Anderson). It was created by comedy writer Reinhold Weege, who had previously worked on the long-running ABC-TV sitcom series Barney Miller in the 1970s and early 1980s.
  • Some of the characters included: Nostradamus "Bull(Shit)" Shannon - A bailiff who is very unlikable and claims to be a patient, gentle, and childlike guy. He loves to make mistakes and when he does, he has a very annoying way of doing so when he realizes he had done so. Another trait of his is moaning a low-pitched whine that turned into a loud wail (that isn't annoying for once) as he stormed off whenever he got upset. Harold T. Stone Jr. - A laid-back judge and amateur magician, who happens to be very boring because he likes a crooner named Mel Torme and loves magic and magic tricks. Christine Sullivan - A person who is actually nice (surprise, surprise) because she was very attractive, honest, and somewhat naive. However, the big secret is that she has an interest (love) for Harry Stone and is a regular target for another character (Dan Fielding) throughout the series' run. She loves to collect Princess Diana memorabilia such as a set of porcelain thimbles.
  • Night Court’s first case was for the return of some runaway slaves; the final episode’s was a parody of the OJ Simpson trial. A special celebratory 100th year episode included Donald Duck, arraigned for not wearing pants.
  • Night Court was a TV sitcom which ran on NBC for nine seasons, from 1984 until 1992. Set in a New York City night court, it focused on eccentric jokester Judge Harry T. Stone and his equally colorful staff (and the often bizarre events in and around the courtroom).
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