Night Court: Season 6

Episodes

# Air Date Title
1 Oct 26
1988

Danny Got His Gun (2)

Dan’s rescued by a group of friendly Eskimoes while his friends in New York plan a memorial service.

2 Oct 26
1988

Danny Got His Gun (3)

Dan’s rescued by a group of friendly Eskimoes while his friends in New York plan a memorial service.

3 Nov 02
1988

Fire

A fire breaks out in the building so everyone is forced to retreat to the morgue for safety, but this doesn’t stop Dan from watching the election results for his race for…

4 Nov 09
1988

Harry and the Tramp

Harry learns in his courtroom that his date for a big social event is a porno movie star.

5 Nov 16
1988

Educating Rhoda

Bull falls for a sweet, but inept bailiff trainee who allows a psychotic prisoner to steal her gun, who promptly makes a date with Dan.

6 Nov 23
1988

The Last Temptation of Mac

Christine wears herself out planning a Thanksgiving feast for the courthouse regulars and Mac faces the seduction of an attractive classmate.

7 Nov 30
1988

The Law Club

Dan has to choose between Christine and membership in an exclusive law club when his sponsor demands his silence about his plans to seduce her to win a bet.

8 Dec 14
1988

Night Court of the Living Dead

An inventor runs away from court to avoid being committed to Bellevue, a man just out of a 20 year coma appears before the bench, and Christine fences with her replacement when…

9 Dec 21
1988

The Night Court Before Christmas

Buddy comes to visit Harry for the holidays and Roz is arrested for appropriating a sled full of toys and distributing them to needy children.

10 Jan 11
1989

Mental Giant

Bull scores very high on an I.Q. test and is offered a cushy job at a think-tank trying to communicate mentally with test animals.

11 Jan 18
1989

Rock-a-Bye Baby

Christine wears herself to a frazzle watching a neighbor’s baby while the others monopolize her television watching a lacrosse game.

12 Jan 25
1989

Clip Show (1)

A city auditor tries to investigate some of the more bizarre expenses attributed to Harry’s court (via flashbacks) but he’s interrupted by a clown wielding a gun an…

13 Jan 25
1989

Clip Show (2)

A city auditor tries to investigate some of the more bizarre expenses attributed to Harry’s court (via flashbacks) but he’s interrupted by a clown wielding a gun an…

14 Feb 01
1989

The Trouble is Not in Your Set

A woman who can’t tell where her life begins and television ends interrupts the proceedings brandishing a gun and demanding that her husband be released from prison and g…

15 Feb 15
1989

The Game Show

With Judge Stone out of town, Judge Wilbur fills in.
Bull is trying to raise money for his kids @ the rec hall. In a case, Mr. Van Doren & Mr. Stempel each claim tha…

16 Mar 01
1989

This Old Man

Harry and the gang refuse to take Christine and her new beau seriously: he’s old enough to be her father.

17 Mar 08
1989

Strange Bedfellows

Dan finally meets his opponent for the state assembly seat on election day and sparks fly; Harry gives his cold to Mel Torme in exchange for two concert tickets.

18 Mar 15
1989

From Snoop to Nuts (1)

Harry works undercover to get the goods on a mobster and earns a contract on his life when Buddy spills the beans about it and about Harry’s real father.

19 Mar 22
1989

From Snoop to Nuts (2)

Harry works undercover to get the goods on a mobster and earns a contract on his life when Buddy spills the beans about it and about Harry’s real father.

20 Apr 12
1989

Pen Pals

Roz falls in love with Christine’s prison pen pal.

21 Apr 26
1989

Not My Type

Christine accepts a date with Art the handyman, then regrets it, meanwhile Mac’s children’s story is lost in the courthouse computer.

22 May 03
1989

Yet Another Day in the Life

The gang tries to set another record for cases adjudicated as the building slowly floods, causing prisoners to pile up in the hallways and Dan grinds his teeth to be off by mid…

About 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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