Night Court

Season 1 Episode 5

The Eye of the Beholder

Aired Unknown Feb 08, 1984 on NBC
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The Eye of the Beholder
The others try to pull Bull out of the dumps when he's turned down by a charitable organization because his size and appearance are intimidating to others.

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      • Harry: What responsible person would wanna help out a miserable, rotten, sneaky, little lowlife of a criminal like him?
        Bull: Can I have him?
        Harry: What?
        Bull: If you could see your way clear of releasing him, Your Honor. I'd accept the responsibility for him.
        Mr. Foley: Hey, what the hell is going on around here?
        Harry: I don't know, Mr. Foley.
        Bull: Listen I just wanna help. You mind?
        Mr. Foley: Why do you wanna help?
        Bull: It makes me feel good. I don't get a chance all that often and I miss it.

      • Lana: (after Bull's outburst) I have never seen Bull act like that.
        Dan: Yes. They can be dangerous when they're wounded. Oh, come on, I'm kidding. But if you can't laugh at other people who can you laugh at?

      • Bull: (yelling) I am not an animal. I am a human being!

      • Harry: Hi there. I'm Harry Stone, and you are…?
        Lana: Vincent Frago and Iris Keller, second-degree obscenity.
        Dan: Yes, Your Honor, these two were apprehended making a porno flick in Central Park.
        Liz: Hold on, there, Counselor. The report clearly states that both parties were clothed at the time of arrest.
        Leonard: Yes. But before that, they were naked as jaybirds.
        Dan: Oh, did I mention that I have a witness?
        Leonard: Leonard Bloom, Your Honor. I saw the whole thing. Unclothed bodies, writhing around in the grass, contorted dances of sexual delight.
        Liz: Objection, Your Honor.
        Harry: Sustained. But damn well put, sir.

      • Lana: I don't know about you but it makes me feel pretty lucky whenever I see someone handicapped.
        Harry: Right.
        Liz: I admire them too. They've got spirit, courage.
        Dan: And all those great parking spaces.

      • Bull: Do I look intimidating?
        Dan: Oh, in a Cro-Magnon sort of way, I suppose.
        Bull: The Manhattan chapter of Volunteer Fathers thinks so. They turned down my application.
        Lana: You're kidding. Why?
        Bull: My size. They felt that my appearance might present an inhibiting factor in the development of a healthy adult-child relationship.
        Liz:What's that supposed to mean?
        Bull: That I'd scare the kids.

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