Night Court

Season 4 Episode 22

Her Honor (2)

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Aired Unknown May 06, 1987 on NBC
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Her Honor (2)
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Upon learning that he will not be reappointed as a judge, Harry disappears to perform an outrageous stunt. But he doesn't realize that Christine, who has taken over the night court, has gotten his job back.

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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 ]

    K Callan

    K Callan

    Mrs. Fletzker

    Guest Star

    Al Ruscio

    Al Ruscio

    Mr. Fetty

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    Craig Richard Nelson

    Craig Richard Nelson

    Mr. Binnit

    Guest Star

    Brent Spiner

    Brent Spiner

    Bob Wheeler

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    Annie O'Donnell

    Annie O'Donnell

    June Wheeler

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Christine: There has GOT to be a way to get your job back!
        Harry: Like what? Like it turns out I'm on Dallas and I've been dreaming all of this!

    • NOTES (1)

      • According to viewer Anne K. Murphy, the characters of the Wheelers (played by Brent Spiner and Annie O'Donnell) were going to be made into recurring characters. However, at around this same time, Brent Spiner landed his role as Data on Star Trek: the Next Generation and became unavailable.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • At one point, Harry and Christine argue about his chances of being reappointed to the bench and he jokes about dreaming the whole thing up like on Dallas. This is an allusion to the popular television series' handling of the death of Bobby Ewing by having it be the result of his wife's dream.

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