Night Court

Season 5 Episode 16

Another Day in the Life

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Aired Unknown Feb 18, 1988 on NBC
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Panic grips the courtroom as the gang races to clear 207 cases in one session so a millionaire will donate money to save an orphanage and so Dan can win an office pool for the most convictions.

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    John Larroquette

    John Larroquette

    ADA Reinhold "Dan" Fielding

    Harry Anderson

    Harry Anderson

    Judge Harold T. Stone

    Richard Moll

    Richard Moll

    Bull Shannon

    Charles Robinson

    Charles Robinson

    Mac Robinson [ 2-9 ]

    Markie Post

    Markie Post

    Christine Sullivan [ 3-9 ]

    Marsha Warfield

    Marsha Warfield

    Rosalind "Roz" Russell [ 4-9 ]

    Hennen Chambers

    Hennen Chambers

    Mr. Sanders

    Guest Star

    Pat Corley

    Pat Corley

    Otis Edwards

    Guest Star

    Brian Stokes Mitchell

    Brian Stokes Mitchell

    Morley

    Guest Star

    Gary Grossman

    Gary Grossman

    Shouting Man

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Harry: Well, let us put the pedal to the metal and waste no words.
        Mac: Gotcha.
        Harry: (fast-paced) People versus...?
        Mac: (likewise) Wagner.
        Harry: Prostitution?
        Mac: Positively.
        Harry: Prosecution?
        Dan: Pictures.
        Christine: Objection!
        Harry: Grounds?
        Christine: Entrapment.
        Dan: Ridiculous.
        Harry: Reason?
        Dan: Witnesses.
        Harry: Overruled.
        Christine: Darn.
        Harry: Plea?
        Ms. Wagner: Guilty.
        Harry: Motion.
        Christine: Leniency?
        Harry: Granted.
        Christine: Fine?
        Harry: Fifty.
        Christine: Finished.
        Dan: (to Ms. Wagner) Freebie?
        Ms. Wagner: Forget it.

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Dan: Sweet Jabba the Hut!

        When Dan sees one of the defendants (who weighs around 400-450 lbs.), he compares him to one of the larger secondary characters from the Star Wars movie series.

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