Night Court: Season 2
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Get ready for laughs, because court is in session - Night Court, that is! This Emmy®-winning comedy takes a lighthearted look at the American judicial system and the wild and crazy cases and characters that appear in night court in New York City, where anything - and everything - can happen. Series star John Larroquette (The John Larroquette Show, Boston Legal, The Practice) won four Emmy® Awards for his portrayal of self-important Assistant District Attorney Dan Fielding. So join the fun as the young and quirky Judge Harry T. Stone (Harry Anderson) throws the book -the joke book - at crime. Don't worry, it's totally legal. Charles Robinson, Richard Moll, Ellen Foley and Selma Diamond also star. The series was created by comedy writer Reinhold Weege (Barney Miller) and season two features Michael Richards (Seinfeld), Lou Ferrigno (The Incredible Hulk) and Gordon Jump (WKRP in Cincinnati) as guest stars, among others.]]>
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- 22 episodes on three discs
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Brief episode list:
1. "The Nun" - 9/27/1984
Dinah Manoff as a NUN! Woohoo!
2. Christine and Mac (a.k.a. Daddy for the Defense) - 10/4/1984
Markie Post arrives (for one episode)!!!
3. Billie and the Cat - 10/18/1984
It's a "catnapping" and Harry sends public defender Billie Young to jail.
4. Pick a Number - 10/25/1984
A winning lottery ticket sends the courtroom into a frenzy!
5. The Computer Kid - 11/1/1984
A computer whiz takes over Harry's office!
6. Bull Gets a Kid - 11/8/1984
Yep. Bull becomes a foster parent!
7. Harry on Trial - 11/15/1984
Harry isn't your average judge, and he could be in trouble for it!
8. Harry and the Madam - 11/22/1984
Stella Stevens guest stars!
9. Inside Harry Stone - 11/29/1984
John Astin guest stars! Harry and his darn ulcer!
10. The Blizzard - 12/6/1984
Trapped in the courtroom! Dan is stuck in an elevator, and he's NOT alone.
11. Take My Wife, Please - 12/13/1984
Michael Richards guest stars!!
12. The Birthday Visitor - 1/3/1985
It's Billie's Birthday... but it doesn't go smoothly!
13. Dan's Parents - 1/10/1985
Dan's past AND parents come to haunt him!
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UPDATE: May 27, 2007
Well, an entire year has now passed since I wrote my comments above. The joy I expressed that night has since turned into frustration. I just don't understand this! WHY won't Warner Bros. release the second season? The 6-episode "Television Favorites" compilation disc has not seemed to get them moving at all, unlike some of the other shows they tried that tactic with. "Welcome Back, Kotter" and "The Drew Carey Show" were both given season sets following those releases, but "Night Court" still seems to be dead in the water. The thought of being stuck with the butchered syndication versions of the final eight seasons (and even then, shown only rarely) is NOT appealing.
The length of time between first and second seasons is approaching "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" proportions! I can only hope that the end result will be the same...better late than never!
Well Warner, the ball's in your "court"! (pun intended)
UPDATE: October 10, 2008
Hooray!!!!! Night Court Season Two will FINALLY be available in February, 2009. A mere FOUR years after Season One, but better late than never. PLEASE support this set so maybe Season Three won't take another four years to get. At that rate, I would be 64 years old when the Ninth and final season would be released! :)
My faith in Warner Bros. has been restored. Good things truly DO come to those who wait. Whew!
Warner Bros., why are you waiting so long?
I bought Season 1 within days of it's release, & even though I wasn't a fan of the 1st couple seasons, I plan on owning the entire run, even though John Larroquette didn't really hit his prime until about the 3rd season. (some of "Dan Fielding's" lines are firmly imbedded in my memory, as is a quote I use frequently when I don't find something particularly exciting-"Oh boy-keep-my-feet-from-dancing.") Keep more seasons coming!!!
July 11, 2007
I e-mailed Warner Bros once again from their website through the general customer service dept. I wrote that there were 27 reviews here and that some people waited for more than one season to be available before buying a series.
I also wrote that if they did not plan to release more seasons they should just tell the world so we could quit waiting. And if that were the case, I would send Season 1 back to them with my compliments as I don't want it without the rest of the series. We'll see what happens.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this show! I miss shows like these. Can't wait to buy more.Published 10 days ago by Tammy Lodge
With most of the characters firmly in place, Night Court began its second season in September, 1984. Read morePublished 25 days ago by By CJs Pirate
The quality of the video was fine for the time it was recorded. I thoroughly enjoyed the show!Published 1 month ago by Rodney Phillippi
just great. Back in the 80's this show was considered very subversive. But its so funny STILL.Published 1 month ago by an3ony
Packaging was great. Product received without any issues. Don't think I should rate the show. I enjoyed this series and have watched it 3 or 4 times. But it is a TV Series. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gordon F. Rayner
Real humor. Modern sit-com's blend in too many "funny" lies.Published 1 month ago by Wayne Jorgenson
To get it over with quickly, my copy arrived with some scratched and skips on disk one. Perhaps I should take away a star for damage, but instead, just a reminder of the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Phred