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Night Court: An eccentric fun-loving judge presides over an urban night court and all the silliness going on there.

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  • Currently 3.60/5
(128 votes)
Ratings: IMDB: 7.7/10 Metascore: N/A RT: N/A
Released: January 04, 1984
Runtime: 30 mins
Genres: Comedy
Countries: USA
Actors: Charles Robinson Harry Anderson John Larroquette Markie Post Marsha Warfield Richard Moll

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Posted by Suzicueball 1 year, 8 months ago
+18 | +27 / -9

Remember when sitcoms were funny and not sex crazed / minded all the time ? Love how this show is able to be funny with only one sex crazed maniac, Dan lol. You had your silly judge always joking and pulling pranks, you had the bailiffs which I loved especially Bull and all the weirdo crazy defendants. I must have laughed every episode. Lots of cameo's from big stars today. Good times.

Posted by RM_STEEL 2 years, 7 months ago
+17 | +25 / -8

I love this show!!

Posted by ninthninja 2 years, 12 months ago
+15 | +23 / -8

This sitcom had great writer's , I can't remember not laughing with any episode I'd seen. Where are they now? 10/10

Posted by tiffaj82 3 years, 5 months ago
+15 | +24 / -9

Most of season 6 links don't work,if anyone has links I'd really appreciate it!! I have loved this show since I was a kid, I remember watching this when I was too young to pick up on Dan's sleezy ways!

Posted by dramucom 5 months ago
+1 | +1 / -0

great humor, hilarious characters, convincing stories and drama

Posted by MoonRiverz 1 month ago
-1 | +1 / -2

OMG I grew up on this show! It is, by far, one of the most ridiculous shows ever aired, but if you like Alice or Cheers, you have to incorporate this cast of wacky characters into your viewing pleasure. It's old school, cliched to hell and back, yet totally funny. The fact that John Laroquette was a drunken mess throughout filming makes watching it again... insightful, at best. THIS was a pillar of the community back in the day, as sad and as decrepit as that is. Appreciate it as a 'founding father', if you will, for nightly comedy. And where else are you going to find an actor who has more experience then Richard Moll. Check out his IMBD page. The man has been working his ass off. He is currently 73 freaking years old now and still kicking ass! Brilliant, yet very old show. I dig it. You will too if you give it a chance.

Posted by armeek 1 year ago
-29 | +12 / -41

I used to watch every week in the 80"s..Good show...4/5 *****

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