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While most of Warner's "Television Favorites" releases have been single-disc samplers to gauge the market for a full-season release, Night Court is different because the complete first season was previously released on DVD (the pilot is on both releases, but with a commentary track only on the full-season release). Presumably, slow sales on the initial DVD set prompted this release as a test case for the viability of future seasons. It's a bit like apples and oranges, however, as the later seasons were much better than the first. Fans want those seasons in full, of course. Unfortunately, if they decide to boycott the Television Favorites disc on principle, the slow sales might mean the last eight seasons of Night Court will never make it to DVD at all. --David Horiuchi
Well... sample the show with this collection... or just settle for a "taste"
in one of these TELEVISION FAVORITES compilations. Great price, too!
Funny stuff and the intro theme shows a great shot of the world trade center towers. Neither the show nor the towers can be duplicated.Published 12 months ago by L of A
I gave this only four stars as it is too short. I knew that when I ordered it but they could easily have put another couple episodes on one disc. Read morePublished 19 months ago by KSArnold
I placed this order on line. It Came in to my door Real Fast. The Item is Exactly as Described. I like it . No Complain what so ever.Thanks.Published 19 months ago by Shantal N.
The DVD arrived earlier than promised, was packaged well, priced reasonably and is of good quality. I am a happy customer.Published on August 5, 2012 by J
I HAVE SEASON 1-4. I DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHY THE REMAINING SEASONS OF THE MOST ENTERTAINING SHOWS TO EVER BE ON TELEVISION TO BE NOT RELEASED ON DVD. Read morePublished on October 12, 2011 by john lee
As a fan back in the day, I am happy with this DVD. The two "Her Honor" episodes are amognst my favorites, while "Death of a Baliff", "Who was that Mashed Man" and "Fire" are all... Read morePublished on May 1, 2009 by Indy Eddy
Can only be biased. I used to watch this when I was at Universty and I loved it ( like Cheers and the early Simpson's ) . Used to love John Laroquette, still do. Read morePublished on March 23, 2009 by Richard Godin