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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9
Year: 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 1: All You Need Is Love

4 January 1984
The staff of a Manhattan arraignment court is surprised by the arrival of a maverick young judge named Harry Stone; his first ruling, that a feuding couple should go to dinner with the attorneys, results in a fight breaking out that injures Dan.

Harry Anderson ... Judge Harry T. Stone

Karen Austin ... Lana Wagner

Gail Strickland ... Sheila Gardiner

John Larroquette ... Dan Fielding

Richard Moll ... Nostradamus 'Bull' Shannon
Selma Diamond ... Bailiff Selma Hacker
Joseph V. Perry ... Phil Kerr (as Joseph Perry)

Peggy McCay ... Louise Kerr

Rita Taggart ... Carla B.
Luke Andreas ... Painter
Andrew Bloch ... Leonard 'Hacksaw' Hammond

Matt Landers ... Courier
Cal Gibson ... Shouting Man #1 in Gallery
Charlotte Portney ... Court Stenographer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Santa Goes Downtown

11 January 1984
Harry must deal with an old man who believes he's the real Santa Claus, and a pair of volatile teenage runaways.

Season 1, Episode 3: The Former Harry Stone

18 January 1984
An office bet over what Harry's true age is leads to the discovery that he has a criminal record.

Season 1, Episode 4: Welcome Back, Momma

1 February 1984
Harry's "missing" Mother and a beauty pageant operator appear in court.

Season 1, Episode 5: The Eye of the Beholder

8 February 1984
Bull feels misunderstood and quits in anger; a blind shoplifter awaiting trial keeps trying to give his police handler the slip.

Season 1, Episode 6: Death Threat

15 February 1984
A rock is thrown through the courtroom window, with a death threat in Harry's name.

Season 1, Episode 7: Once in Love with Harry

22 February 1984
A smitten prostitute waits for Harry in his chambers.

Season 1, Episode 8: Quadrangle of Love

29 February 1984
Dan and Bull are at odds over the same woman; Harry throws his cap into the ring when he realizes the woman has a spare ticket for a Mel Torme concert.

Season 1, Episode 9: Wonder Drugs

7 March 1984
Lana starts acting crazy after overdosing on some medications.

Harry Anderson ... Judge Harry T. Stone

Karen Austin ... Lana Wagner

John Larroquette ... Dan Fielding

Paula Kelly ... Public Defender Liz Williams

Richard Moll ... Nostradamus 'Bull' Shannon
Selma Diamond ... Bailiff Selma Hacker

Ron Feinberg ... Man in Dress
Arva Holt ... Woman Seated in First Row of the Gallery

Sandy Martin ... Woman Seated in First Row of the Gallery

Jack Riley ... Emil Dutton
Lionel Mark Smith ... Steven Bostwick (as Lionel Smith)
Eugene Jackson ... Shoe Shine Man (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Some Like It Hot

14 March 1984
A Russian immigrant threatens to set himself and the courtroom on fire.

Season 1, Episode 11: Harry and the Rock Star

21 March 1984
Harry's relationship with a rock star leads to the courtroom being overrun by her fans.

Season 1, Episode 12: Bull's Baby

28 March 1984
Bull is a walking zombie at work, and the court staff finds that he has been taking care of a baby for a neighbor who has apparently abandoned him.

Season 1, Episode 13: Hi Honey, I'm Home

31 May 1984
A woman must choose between her two husbands, one of whom was thought killed in Vietnam.

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: The Nun

27 September 1984
A young novice nun decides to leave her convent after becoming smitten with Harry.

Harry Anderson ... Judge Harry T. Stone

John Larroquette ... Dan Fielding

Charles Robinson ... Mac Robinson

Richard Moll ... Nostradamus 'Bull' Shannon
Selma Diamond ... Bailiff Selma Hacker

Dinah Manoff ... Sister Sara Williams

Randee Heller ... Anita Fries

Sharon Barr ... Counselor

Michael Tucci ... Mr. Pina

Earl Boen ... Arnold Burger
Ernest Harada ... Ernie Tanaka
Hal Bokar ... Man in Japanese Restaurant
Jack Jozefson ... Ex-Congressman in Japanese Restaurant
Lu Leonard ... Mother Frances

Season 2, Episode 2: Daddy for the Defense

4 October 1984
Bright young public defender Christine Sullivan finds out she still has a lot to learn after her first day in Harry's court, while Harry ends up throwing her overprotective father in jail for insulting him.

Season 2, Episode 3: Billie and the Cat

18 October 1984
On her first day, Public Defender Billie Young takes an aggressive stand in defense of her client against a powerful corporation, a stand that leads to her being jailed for contempt.

Season 2, Episode 4: Pick a Number

25 October 1984
A humble man with a $3 million lottery ticket wants Harry to give it away to the most worthy person.

Season 2, Episode 5: The Computer Kid

1 November 1984
A school-aged computer whiz hacks into the school district's database and takes their permanent records hostage.

Season 2, Episode 6: Bull Gets a Kid

8 November 1984
Bull takes part in a foster-father program for underprivileged kids and shows his adoptive son, Andy, around the courtroom. But Billie discovers that Andy is really a girl in disguise. Dan pleads with Mac to give up his baseball tickets to land a date with a sports fan.

Season 2, Episode 7: Harry on Trial

15 November 1984
Harry's nemesis, Judge Willard, has him tried before the Judicial Review Board on charges of unprofessional behavior.

Season 2, Episode 8: Harry and the Madam

22 November 1984
Harry experiences an unusual chemistry with a charismatic madam whose brothel has been raided, and wrestles with his conscience about whether to admit her diary into evidence; Bull takes exception to Mac's family tradition of fattening a live turkey in preparation for Thanksgiving.

Season 2, Episode 9: Inside Harry Stone

29 November 1984
Harry is struck down in the middle of session by crippling stomach pains, but stubbornly refuses medical treatment.

Season 2, Episode 10: The Blizzard

6 December 1984
A blizzard traps the gang inside the courthouse without supplies, and an electrical failure traps Dan in an elevator with a gay man who finds him very attractive.

Season 2, Episode 11: Take My Wife, Please

13 December 1984
Mac marries a woman he met in Viet Nam and Harry refuses to ignore his duties despite the loss of his sight.

Season 2, Episode 12: The Birthday Visitor

3 January 1985
Feeling sorry for Harry on his birthday, Billie takes him to her apartment for a nightcap. They are held up by a burglar, and spend the night tied together.

Season 2, Episode 13: Dan's Parents

10 January 1985
Dan's extremely rustic parents come to visit him in Manhattan, embarrassing him all night until he disowns them.

Season 2, Episode 14: Nuts About Harry

17 January 1985
A group of mental patients fleeing their hospital run loose in the courtroom, with one, a mute, shutting herself in a closet with a revolver.

Season 2, Episode 15: An Old Flame

24 January 1985
Selma's old boyfriend, Marty, comes after her again. While Harry is shut in his office for an annual file review, his super-efficient replacement, Judge Kopelson, charms the entire staff, but a background check reveals him to be a fraud.

Season 2, Episode 16: The Gypsy

31 January 1985
A spiritual medium responds to Harry's contempt of court sentence by placing a curse on the courtroom. Harry thinks she's a phony, but Bull collapses, paralyzed, while Dan's accountant drops dead during an audit.

Season 2, Episode 17: Battling Bailiff

7 February 1985
Feeling dissatisfied with his job, Bull becomes interested in a wrestling promoter's offer.

Harry Anderson ... Judge Harry T. Stone

Ellen Foley ... Billie Young

John Larroquette ... Dan Fielding

Charles Robinson ... Mac Robinson

Richard Moll ... Nostradamus 'Bull' Shannon
Selma Diamond ... Bailiff Selma Hacker

Lou Ferrigno ... The Klondike Butcher

Meg Wyllie ... Doris McKenzie

Nicholas Worth ... Ed
Richard Brose ... Wrestler in Green

P.L. Brown ... Alan

Jack DeLeon ... Jack Delman (as Christopher Weeks)
Ron Ross ... Dirk
Jimmy Lennon Sr. ... Ring Announcer (voice) (as Jimmy Lennon)
Charlotte Portney ... Court Stenographer (uncredited)

Professor Toru Tanaka ... Wrestler (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: Billie's Valentine

14 February 1985
Billie breaks down when her boyfriend David, is brought into court on a pickpocketing charge.

Season 2, Episode 19: Married Alive

21 February 1985
Dan becomes engaged to an ugly duckling heiress, but everyone is surprised to hear him swear his feelings are genuine.

Season 2, Episode 20: Mac and Quon Le: Together Again

28 February 1985
After Quon Le, Mac's legal wife, is caught sharing house with a group of prostitutes, she says she loves him and wants to live with him as his real wife. Billie and Dan compete for Harry's favor, wanting a letter of recommendation for a special mayoral post, but Billie takes it unusually badly when Dan gets the letter.

Season 2, Episode 21: World War III

2 May 1985
Yakov's brother wants to defect to the United States; in short order Harry's courtroom is overrun by a Russian circus troupe, agents of the KGB and CIA, and a pair of hot-tempered arms negotiators.

Season 2, Episode 22: Walk, Don't Wheel

9 May 1985
When a wheelchair-bound protégée of Harry's expresses romantic interest in him, he becomes aware of some uncomfortable feelings about her disability.

Season 3

Season 3, Episode 1: Hello, Goodbye

26 September 1985
Christine Sullivan is permanently assigned as the court's public defender; in grief over Selma's death, Bull goes on an all-night bender with a group of circus performers and shows up the next day drunk-and-disorderly.

Season 3, Episode 2: The Hostage

3 October 1985
A man claiming to be from Saturn holds the court hostage with a stolen handgun. Dan's hot date with Sheila goes awry when he inadvertently eats drugged food meant for the man.

Season 3, Episode 3: Dad's First Date

17 October 1985
Christine is excited when her father, Jack, makes a date with an attractive young woman, but less so when Jack shows up in court on a charge of soliciting a prostitute.

Season 3, Episode 4: Mac and Quon Le: No Reservations

24 October 1985
Mac's grandfather disinherits him after finding that he has married Quon Le, an Asian woman.

Season 3, Episode 5: Halloween, Too

31 October 1985
Harry falls for Kim, a beautiful and free-spirited young woman. But then she appears in court, claiming to be a witch, with a tabloid reporter hovering in the background.

Season 3, Episode 6: Best of Friends

7 November 1985
Dan looks forward to a reunion with his old college buddy, but is shocked to find that he has undergone a transsexual operation.

Season 3, Episode 7: Dan's Boss

14 November 1985
The new district attorney shows up to observe Dan, who falls short of making a good first impression, and Flo receives attention from a potential suitor.

Season 3, Episode 8: Up on the Roof

28 November 1985
A rock star wanders around the courtroom, trying to escape his crazed fans, his solicitous entourage, and his greedy psychiatrist.

Season 3, Episode 9: Wheels of Justice: Part 1

5 December 1985
A budget crisis in the state legislature freezes the paychecks of all city employees, including the court staff. Harry faces his own crisis when the law forces him to side with a sleazy landlord against a poor cleaning lady and her unstable son. When the son is shot during an attempted armed robbery, Harry quits.

Season 3, Episode 10: Wheels of Justice: Part 2

12 December 1985
After quitting, Harry is hanging out at a pool hall across the street from the courthouse. The gang have to talk him into coming back, even as his replacement creates a stir by dying during session.

Season 3, Episode 11: Walk Away, Renee

19 December 1985
Bull is deeply in love with his new girlfriend, Renee. No one wants to be the one to tell him that she is actually a prostitute.

Season 3, Episode 12: Dan's Escort

9 January 1986
Dan makes some extra money by hiring himself out as an escort to wealthy ladies, but is shocked when one of his clients wants him to go all the way and sleep with her. Yakov eagerly awaits the arrival of his wife and children from Russia, but panics when she doesn't show up.

Season 3, Episode 13: The Night Off

16 January 1986
Some crazy substitute judge puts Dan and Mac in jail and appoints a wino and Florence as the court attorneys.

Season 3, Episode 14: Harry and Leon

23 January 1986
The staff are surprised to discover that Leon, the shoe shine boy, is actually an orphan living in the courthouse. Rather than let him be sent to juvenile hall, Harry asks for custody of him.

Season 3, Episode 15: The Apartment

30 January 1986
Hijinks ensue when Harry throws a birthday party for Dan at his apartment, including Christine getting trapped in a magician's box, Quon Le's Vietnamese family threatening mass suicide, and Mrs. Lund from Juvenile Services arriving to check on Leon at the same time as a stripper.

Season 3, Episode 16: Leon, We Hardly Knew Ye

6 February 1986
Leon threatens to run away again when Juvenile Services attempts to take him from Harry and place him with a pair of geeky foster parents. Harry is so preoccupied that he misses a visit by Mel Torme, his idol.

Season 3, Episode 17: The Mugger

20 February 1986
After being mugged, Christine becomes belligerent and mistrustful, and unable to do her job as a public defender. She has to rediscover her compassion when her mugger is trapped in the cafeteria and threatens hostages with a grenade. Meanwhile, Phil gets a hot stock tip from an old Wall Street buddy, and Dan nearly bankrupts himself trying to wheedle it out of him.

Season 3, Episode 18: Could This Be Magic?

27 February 1986
Harry meets an elderly magician that he idolized as a child, and invites him to his apartment for a private performance. The gang arrive at Harry's apartment to find it stripped bare.

Season 3, Episode 19: Monkey Business

6 March 1986
Bull tries to hide a test monkey from a scientist; Dan romances an amnesiac woman.

Season 3, Episode 20: The Retirement

13 March 1986
Florence is devastated to learn that she has reached mandatory retirement age.

Season 3, Episode 21: Hurricane: Part 1

1 May 1986
Hurricane Mel hits New York, trapping the staff inside the courthouse with four women in labor.

Season 3, Episode 22: Hurricane: Part 2

8 May 1986
Hurricane Mel hits New York, trapping the staff inside the courthouse with four women in labor.

Season 4

Season 4, Episode 1: The Next Voice You Hear...

2 October 1986
Harry finds a random piece of information that leads him to track down his long-lost mother. He finds out that she's dead, but accepts the news calmly. When Christine asks him how he cannot feel loss, he coldly retorts that it's impossible to feel loss over someone who abandoned him before he ever knew her. This leads to a visit from Buddy Ryan, Harry's stepfather, who met his mother in a mental hospital... and he wasn't on the staff.

Season 4, Episode 2: Giving Thanks

9 October 1986
Dan saves Christine from choking in the cafeteria. Convinced that she owes him her life, Christine asks how she can repay him. His answer is simple: sleep with him.

Season 4, Episode 3: Author, Author

16 October 1986
Bull is horrified to be told that his entry in a children's book contest was unintentionally violent, horrifying, and obscene. He breaks both hands punching holes in the wall, then goes to hide at the Natural History Museum. Dan is enticed by a woman with Dissociative Identity Disorder whose personality switches without warning from a prude to a sexpot, and back again.

Season 4, Episode 4: Halloween II: The Return of Leon

30 October 1986
Leon returns to Manhattan, but threatens to run away again if Harry reports him to the authorities. Dan plans to crash District Attorney Daniels's Halloween party.

Season 4, Episode 5: Dan's Operation: Part 1

6 November 1986
Dan is hospitalized for surgery on a minor ulcer, but refuses to stay in the hospital. Insisting on returning to work, he eventually collapses and must return to the hospital in an even more serious condition. After foolishly attempting relations with Sheila while in his hospital bed, he falls into a coma.

Season 4, Episode 6: Dan's Operation: Part 2

13 November 1986
Dan awakens from his coma, and Harry confronts him about his selfish and self-destructive behavior.

Season 4, Episode 7: The New Judge

20 November 1986
Harry's temporary replacement carries a huge revolver with him everywhere he goes. When the new judge offers Dan a bribe, Dan becomes the reluctant pawn in a sting operation.

Season 4, Episode 8: Contempt of Courting

27 November 1986
While Harry's away a female judge fills in for him. And Christine talks back to her in court which leads to her being thrown in jail. Harry returns just as Christine's being taken away. Harry goes to see her and suggests that she apologize to the judge but she refuses. Harry offers to talk to the judge. And in the end, Harry spends the night with her. And when Christine learns about it she feels betrayed.

Season 4, Episode 9: Earthquake

4 December 1986
Dan quickly goes to pieces when an earthquake traps him in an elevator with Roz and a pair of sumo wrestlers.

Season 4, Episode 10: Prince of a Guy

11 December 1986
A woman arrested for swimming naked in Central Park claims to be a princess from a tropical island; Harry is convinced to help her escape her arrogant brother, the Prince, and her arranged marriage with the trollish Ogg. Meanwhile, the prince becomes smitten with Christine.

Season 4, Episode 11: New Year's Leave

18 December 1986
On New Year's Eve, a sweet old man brought into court on a minor charge turns out to be a convicted felon who has escaped prison to visit Times Square in memory of his wife; another man runs around the courthouse in a diaper, claiming to be the spirit of the new year.

Season 4, Episode 12: Murder

8 January 1987
A sweet old lady comes into the courtroom and cheerfully confesses to murdering her husband. Harry is not sure he believes her.

Season 4, Episode 13: Baby Talk

15 January 1987
Mac goes over the edge when Quon Le spends all their money and then announces that they are having a baby.

Season 4, Episode 14: The Modest Proposal

29 January 1987
Christine is engaged to Bill, the world's most boring human being. When she gives signs of cold feet (including throwing up in Dan's briefcase) the others try to gently (or not-so-gently) talk her out of it.

Season 4, Episode 15: A Day in the Life

5 February 1987
In the first of several "day in the life" episodes, the court has to process an unusually large docket (200 cases) before midnight - in this episode, to head off a federal judge's general amnesty setting free all defendants not arraigned by then.

Harry Anderson ... Judge Harry T. Stone

Markie Post ... Christine Sullivan

John Larroquette ... Dan Fielding

Charles Robinson ... Mac Robinson

Richard Moll ... Nostradamus 'Bull' Shannon

Marsha Warfield ... Rosalind 'Roz' Russell
Fred Applegate ... Ted Boswell
Dannel Arnold ... Delivery Guy

Norman Bartold ... Mr. Reynolds
Leslie Bevis ... Sheila
Raye Birk ... God No. 1

Mark Blankfield ... Magician
Jim Doughan ... Jason the Pleading Man
John Dullaghan ... Mr. Tuttle

Alix Elias ... Sue Boswell

Gary Grossman ... Man in a Dryer

Phil Leeds ... God No. 2

Jeanette Nolan ... Mrs. Smith

Raymond Singer ... The Monk
Brandon Tartikoff ... Himself (as B. Donald Tartikoff)

Jack Dodson ... (uncredited)
Bevis Faversham ... Oliver Hardy (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 16: Rabid

12 February 1987
A stray dog that Harry picked up bites Dan, putting him in fear of contracting rabies.

Season 4, Episode 17: Christine's Friend

19 February 1987
Dan and Harry compete for the attentions of Christine's attractive friend Heather.

Season 4, Episode 18: Caught Red Handed

26 February 1987
Christine accuses her boss of sexual harassment; Harry and Bull participate in an elaborate scheme to get proof.

Season 4, Episode 19: Paternity

18 March 1987
Dan is slapped with a paternity suit, and his supposed son shows up at the courthouse to claim his father.

Season 4, Episode 20: Here's to You, Mrs. Robinson

25 March 1987
While swearing in a group of immigrants as U.S. citizens, the gang is interrupted when Quon Le goes into labor at the same time Mac is struck down by appendicitis, and both are rushed to the hospital.

Season 4, Episode 21: Her Honor: Part 1

29 April 1987
Dan confidently expects to be nominated as a judge, but takes a blow when the committee picks Christine instead. Everyone else is happy for her, until they are told that Harry has been turned down for re-appointment.

Season 4, Episode 22: Her Honor: Part 2

6 May 1987
Christine tries to convince Harry to fight for his job, but Harry rejects her advice, planning instead to play the ultimate prank, a stunt so outrageous and crazy that it will get the attention of the entire city.

Season 5

Season 5, Episode 1: Her Honor: Part 3

17 September 1987
Christine's about to start her first day as a judge but she's preoccupied with finding Harry to tell him that she convinced the Mayor to reappoint him. But he left before she could tell him and is planning some childish prank. And her first session doesn't turn out so well and she freaks out. And they try to keep anyone from finding out Harry's not around but when the Mayor calls Mac has Dan pretend to be Harry. And when someone comes to begin Harry's reappointment and when he sees Dan talking to the Mayor, he assumes Dan is Harry and he wants him to sign something but he can't. Mac says he can do Harry's signature problem is the guy needs to see him sign it.

Season 5, Episode 2: Her Honor: Part 4

24 September 1987
As part of his grand prank, Harry prepares to hang-glide from the Brooklyn Bridge to the Statue of Liberty. He gets side-tracked when he meets Gus Melman, who's about to commit suicide by jumping. Back at the courthouse, Dan has to masquerade as Harry for his swearing-in ceremony.

Season 5, Episode 3: Death of a Bailiff

15 October 1987
Bull is struck by lightning, and is clinically dead for a few minutes. After recovering, he says God has told him to give away everything he owns to the poor.

Season 5, Episode 4: Ladies Night

22 October 1987
After Roz dumps her boyfriend, Christine tries to make friends in order to comfort her. The two end up sharing a wild night at a male strip club.

Season 5, Episode 5: Safe

29 October 1987
While practicing an escape act for his Halloween party, Harry accidentally locks himself inside a safe and nearly suffocates to death; Dan thinks it's a joke when a man in a devil costume gives him $100 in exchange for his soul, but becomes afraid when the man seems to know everything about his past life.

Season 5, Episode 6: Mac's Dilemma

12 November 1987
Mac faces a dilemma when an old Army buddy who saved his life in Vietnam asks him to delete his prior record to avoid sending him back to prison. A Japanese businessman drops dead in court, and Bull installs the body in a motorized wheelchair to take it to the morgue, leading to it wandering all around the courthouse.

Season 5, Episode 7: Who Was That Mashed Man?

19 November 1987
An aged actor famous for his Lone Ranger-type character refuses to take off his mask, even after his studio obtains a court order barring him from appearing as the character in public. He threatens to commit suicide by dropping a two-ton air conditioner on himself. Dan is tortured by the closeness of District Attorney Daniels's very sexy, very willing, and very off-limits niece, Kitty.

Season 5, Episode 8: No Hard Feelings

29 November 1987
Dan is crushed when he is afflicted by impotence. Harry hires Joy, a blind woman, as his personal assistant, whose abrasive manner drives nearly everyone to thoughts of homicide.

Season 5, Episode 9: Constitution: Part 1

3 December 1987
Roz is diagnosed with diabetes, and the new limitations on her lifestyle lead her to quit in frustration. When she accidentally takes an overdose of insulin, she wanders around the courthouse in a delirious stage, in danger of falling into a coma or dying. Meanwhile, a crazy man holds an original draft of the Constitution hostage with a cigarette lighter.

Harry Anderson ... Judge Harry T. Stone

Markie Post ... Christine Sullivan

John Larroquette ... Dan Fielding

Charles Robinson ... Mac Robinson

Richard Moll ... Nostradamus 'Bull' Shannon

Marsha Warfield ... Rosalind 'Roz' Russell

Richard Gilliland ... Brian Kapshaw

Isabella Hofmann ... Dr. Townsend

Jeremy Lawrence ... Nesbitt Sherman (as Jeremy D. Lawrence)

Mark Neely ... Ron
Deanna Oliver ... Tracy (as Deanna Olivier)

Darwyn Carson ... Francine La Rue

Wayne Grace ... Roosevelt
Doug Hale ... Lincoln
Erik Howell ... Washington

Season 5, Episode 10: Constitution: Part 2

10 December 1987
A delirious Roz is frolicking around on the edge of the courthouse roof, and Dan, Christine, and Roz's doctor have to talk her down to medicate her. Down in the courtroom, Harry has to stand between the crazy hostage taker and a squad of trigger-happy federal agents.

Season 5, Episode 11: Let It Snow

17 December 1987
A blizzard outside and a broken boiler inside puts the court staff and all the defendants in danger of freezing to death.

Season 5, Episode 12: Dan, the Walking Time Bomb

7 January 1988
A man with a grudge handcuffs a dynamite-filled briefcase to Dan's arm; Bull walks around the courtroom in a blindfold, trying to empathize with Joy's blindness.

Season 5, Episode 13: Hit the Road, Jack

14 January 1988
Christine's father, Jack, retires his taxicab and trades his apartment for a motor home, but stays with Christine while his R.V. is being outfitted. He soon drives her crazy, especially by making best friends with Dan.

Season 5, Episode 14: I'm OK, You're Catatonic/Schizophrenic

21 January 1988
Buddy's patronizing younger brother, Phil, convinces him to commit himself to a mental hospital for the rest of his life. Harry angrily objects. Meanwhile, Dan has accidentally destroyed Harry's entire collection of Mel Torme records, but tries to make up for it by shackling the man himself in Harry's office until Harry returns from Buddy's hearing.

Season 5, Episode 15: Chrizzi's Honor

11 February 1988
Christine is throwing a party to celebrate the anniversary of Prince Charles and Lady Diana and invites the gang. But they don't really want to go so Harry tells them they have to. She learns what Harry did and freaks out. She runs into a guy who's an Anglophile and invites him to the party. When the gang arrives and meets him, they discover he's wearing a handcuff. That's when a detective arrives and informs them, he's a witness and there's a contract on him. So they are told to just sit tight. But when the hit man takes a shot, they try to get word to the police.

Season 5, Episode 16: Another Day in the Life

18 February 1988
In another "day in the life" episode, the court staff has to finish 207 cases by midnight. If they do, the 207th defendant, a Texas millionaire with a gambling compulsion, will pay the money to save an orphanage from foreclosure.

Harry Anderson ... Judge Harry T. Stone

Markie Post ... Christine Sullivan

John Larroquette ... Dan Fielding

Charles Robinson ... Mac Robinson

Richard Moll ... Nostradamus 'Bull' Shannon

Marsha Warfield ... Rosalind 'Roz' Russell
Pat Corley ... Otis Edwards

Brian Stokes Mitchell ... Mr. Morley (as Brian Mitchell)

Marcia Wallace ... Miss Phillips

Boyd Bodwell ... Roper

Dennis A. Pratt ... Murdock (as Dennis Pratt)

Sandy Martin ... Sister Mo

Cathy Cahn ... Sister Laurie
Marji Martin ... Sister Carla

Gary Grossman ... Shouting Man
Lou Hancock ... Mrs. Klemper
Karl Johnson ... Dave Costanza
Molly David ... Martha
Lenore Woodward ... Velma
David Carlile ... Harris
Ron Boussom ... Mr. DeYoung
Steve DeVorkin ... Mr. Shafer
Eugene Greytak ... The Pope
Steven R. Bannister ... Reilly
Gayle Woods ... Hooker
Larry Wright ... Quartet
Peter Neushul ... Quartet
Doug Anderson ... Quartet
James Kline ... Quartet

Season 5, Episode 17: Heart of Stone

25 February 1988
An old girlfriend from college visits Harry at the courthouse. They end up in a passionate clinch in his chambers, with Harry in a half-dressed condition, when she lets slip that she's married.

Season 5, Episode 18: Russkie Business

25 March 1988
Yakov needs a visa to re-visit the Soviet Union and see his sick mother. When he is denied, Harry takes up his cause, but is stunned by the arrival of a beautiful Russian consul. Christine is crippled by embarrassment when Harry makes an offhand remark about a near-invisible birthmark over her eye.

Season 5, Episode 19: Jung and the Restless

1 April 1988
Roz is ordered to enroll in an anger management group. At the first session, the group is taken hostage by a scared teenager fleeing a failed armed robbery.

Season 5, Episode 20: Top Judge

8 April 1988
Harry starts feeling his age when a young turk breaks his record as the youngest judge ever appointed, and vies for his title as the courtroom's greatest prankster.

Season 5, Episode 21: Mac's Millions

5 May 1988
Mac inherits 2 million from his grandfather and then quits. And the gang has to deal with an incompetent replacement, who turns the court room upside down. Mac comes for a visit and showers the gang with expensive gifts. He is then sued by the owner of the building where Mac and Quon Le had their restaurant, which got damaged because of them. And they are being sued for more than what they have. And he goes out on Quon Le because it was her fault. And he wishes he can come back but because he gave his resignation he has to apply and wait for an opening.

Season 5, Episode 22: Danny Got His Gun: Part 1

12 May 1988
It is revealed in this episode that Dan is a captain in the U.S. Army Reserves. When ordered to report for duty, he is terrified that he is being sent to a war zone, and goes to absurd lengths to get out of it. When he finds out his assignment is on a Carribean island with a buxom female officer, he changes his mind, but all his tricks catch up with him and as punishment he is reassigned to the Arctic Circle. A few days later, the court receives a message that his plane has crashed in Alaska, and he is presumed dead.

Season 6

Season 6, Episode 1: Danny Got His Gun: Part 2

26 October 1988
Dan has been rescued by an Eskimo family, but is cut off from the outside world. Back in New York, the court staff reads his will and tries to cope with his death. When Dan accidentally shoots down a small plane trying to signal it with a flare gun, the doctor inside breaks both hands, leaving Dan as the only one who can operate on a young Eskimo woman who has come down with appendicitis.

Season 6, Episode 2: Danny Got His Gun: Part 3

26 October 1988
Dan operates on Kista, and after a tense night of waiting, finds that she has survived. At the same time, radio contact is made, and Dan is on his way home. He arrives, disguised by his beard, winter clothes, and scruffy appearance, in time to attend his own funeral.

Season 6, Episode 3: Fire

2 November 1988
On election night, Dan is running as a candidate for the state assembly. Christine is furious to learn that Harry has voted for him, touching off a fierce argument between them about what she sees as sexism. Then a fire consumes an upper floor of the courthouse, driving the staff to the basement morgue.

Season 6, Episode 4: Harry and the Tramp

9 November 1988
Harry needs a date to attend a banquet where he will accept a humanitarian award. He is pleasantly surprised by a chance meeting at the newsstand with a woman who shares some interests with him, and she accepts his invitation. But Harry gets cold feet when he finds out that Diane is an adult film actress.

Season 6, Episode 5: Educating Rhoda

16 November 1988
While handling a group of trainee bailiffs, Bull becomes smitten with one, Rhoda, smitten enough to overlook her spectacular incompetence. One thing he can't ignore is when she accidentally loses custody of a psychotic woman who acts out roles in movies. The woman is next reported entering a cheap hotel with Dan.

Season 6, Episode 6: The Last Temptation of Mac

23 November 1988
An attractive classmate of Mac's goes after him and Christine does too much preparing Thanksgiving dinner for the courthouse.

Season 6, Episode 7: The Law Club

30 November 1988
Dan is elated to be offered membership in New York's most exclusive lawyer's club, but he wrestles with his conscience when the leading member romances Christine as part of a club competition.

Season 6, Episode 8: Night Court of the Living Dead

14 December 1988
Two eccentric defendants pass through the courtroom: a man who has awakened from a 20-year coma, and an obsessed inventor attached to his self-aware computer.

Harry Anderson ... Judge Harry T. Stone

Markie Post ... Christine Sullivan

John Larroquette ... Dan Fielding

Charles Robinson ... Mac Robinson

Richard Moll ... Nostradamus 'Bull' Shannon

Marsha Warfield ... Rosalind 'Roz' Russell
Ron Boussom ... Professor Arthur Van Slyke

Patrick Cronin ... Mr. Carney
Rob Neukirch ... Walter Watts

Michael Sheehan ... A.N.D.I. (voice)

Steven Barr ... Mr. Higgins

Bruno Alexander ... Attendant No. 1 (as Bruno Acalinas)
Arnold Bankston ... Attendant No. 2 (as Arnold Bankston III)

Season 6, Episode 9: The Night Court Before Christmas

21 December 1988
While collecting for Toys For Toddlers, Bull accidentally takes a truckload of toys belonging to a Scrooge-like factory owner, who demands that they be returned. Since Roz has already passed them out, she refuses to take them back, and Harry has no choice but to jail her.

Season 6, Episode 10: Mental Giant

11 January 1989
After the court staff participate in a research study for a think tank, Bull is diagnosed with a super-genius intelligence, and is offered a post at the think tank.

Season 6, Episode 11: Rock-a-Bye Baby

18 January 1989
Christine gladly agrees to take care of a friend's baby for the weekend, but the experience turns out to be the opposite of what she expected. Harry enthusiastically pulls the staff into an office bet on his old college LaCrosse team.

Season 6, Episode 12: Clip Show: Part 1

25 January 1989
A city accountant audits the court's expenses, leading to a series of flashbacks. Near the end of the audit, the staff and the accountant are taken hostage in Harry's office by a circus clown with a gun.

Season 6, Episode 13: Clip Show: Part 2

25 January 1989
Even under Beepo's gun, the audit continues, as do the flashbacks.

Season 6, Episode 14: The Trouble Is Not in Your Set

1 February 1989
While a cable show is filming the proceedings in the courtroom, a sweet old lady appears in court with a hand grenade, asking for the staff's help in freeing her husband from prison. When they realize that her "husband" is a character on a soap opera, they are not sure how to deal with her.

Season 6, Episode 15: The Game Show

15 February 1989
Bull is encouraged to appear on a game show to win enough money to save his boys' club's gymnasium. To help him get over his jitters, Dan hypnotizes him, but inadvertently plants an obscene trigger phrase in his mind.

Harry Anderson ... Judge Harry T. Stone

Markie Post ... Christine Sullivan

John Larroquette ... Dan Fielding

Charles Robinson ... Mac Robinson

Richard Moll ... Nostradamus 'Bull' Shannon

Marsha Warfield ... Rosalind 'Roz' Russell

Florence Stanley ... Judge Wilbur
Robert Ridgely ... Chuck Fleck

Tony Longo ... Chip Coderko

Thomas F. Duffy ... Dale Coderko
Dee Booher ... Nadine (as Queen Kong)
Ed Levey ... Stage Manager
Lilly Lyman ... Catherine Schuster
Brent Hinkley ... Jeffrey Zane
Peter Saputo ... Thomas Van Doren (as Peter J. Saputo)
Marty Zagon ... Charles Stempel
Kathye O'Brien ... Newscaster

Schae Harrison ... Game Show Assistant (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 16: This Old Man

1 March 1989
Everyone pokes fun at Christine's relationship with Ted, a senior citizen.

Season 6, Episode 17: Strange Bedfellows

8 March 1989
On election night for the state assembly race, Dan, to his own surprise, has a passionate affair with his opponent, Joan Hobson.

Season 6, Episode 18: From Snoop to Nuts: Part 1

15 March 1989
Harry plays up the role of an embittered judge hurting for cash, as part of a sting to nail gangster Marty Cologne. Christine, following Harry around, is taken in by the act, and tells Buddy, who reveals to Harry that he is his biological father. When Buddy lets slip the truth about the sting to Cologne, the gangster sends a pair of hit men to the courthouse.

Season 6, Episode 19: From Snoop to Nuts: Part 2

22 March 1989
Harry must deal with his inept government handler, evading Marty Cologen's hit men, and confronting Buddy about his revelation.

Season 6, Episode 20: Pen Pal

12 April 1989
Christine has a prison pen pal who escapes and Roz falls for him.

Season 6, Episode 21: Not My Type

26 April 1989
Mac loses his story in the justice computer and Christine accepts then rejects a date from the janitor.

Season 6, Episode 22: Yet Another Day in the Life

3 May 1989
A water pipe bursts in the holding cells, forcing the court staff to keep the inmates handcuffed in the hallways on the upper floors. The Court must finish its docket by midnight to relieve the pressure, while searching for three violent offenders who have escaped their bonds and gone missing.

Harry Anderson ... Judge Harry T. Stone

Markie Post ... Christine Sullivan

John Larroquette ... Dan Fielding

Charles Robinson ... Mac Robinson

Richard Moll ... Nostradamus 'Bull' Shannon

Marsha Warfield ... Rosalind 'Roz' Russell
Mike Finneran ... Art Fensterman
Kelly Connell ... Mr. Hersh

Nancy Lenehan ... Ms. Abrams

Patrick Richwood ... Old Trekker

Ken Sagoes ... New Trekker

Shirley Jo Finney ... Mrs. Williams
Roy Brocksmith ... Dr. Wiggle

Bruce French ... Mr. Laporta
Barbara Brownell ... Mrs. Laporta
Eve Smith ... Mrs. Raskov

Wesley Mann ... Mr. Danielson
Kerry Stein ... Rappin' Rabbi
Chuck Kovacic ... Rabbi No. 2
Jeff Chayette ... Rabbi No. 3

Sam Lloyd ... Balloon Salesman

James Paradise ... Mr. Robbins
Vincent Lucchesi ... Mr. Becker
Michael Hungerford ... Biker No. 1
Jim Mouth ... Mr. Ortiz

Steffanie Siebrand ... Cheerleader (uncredited)

Season 7

Season 7, Episode 1: Life with Buddy

27 September 1989
Buddy is released from the mental hospital, and Harry invites him to live with him, unintentionally letting himself in for a world of aggravation. Dan hovers over a rent-controlled Park Avenue apartment, waiting eagerly for its elderly owner to pass on.

Season 7, Episode 2: If I Were a Rich Man

11 October 1989
Bull saves the life of billionaire Jordan King, earning a spare-time job with him. Overhearing the details of a real estate deal King has going, Dan swoops in and buys the land, expecting to make a killing. Meanwhile, Quon Le's devotion to her new job selling cosmetics on commission forces Mac to help her, or face bankruptcy.

Season 7, Episode 3: The Cop and the Lady

18 October 1989
Dan receives a death threat and demands police protection. Sparks fly between Christine and the undercover detective sent to the courthouse. Bull carries a video camera everywhere around with him, filming his average night for his mother.

Season 7, Episode 4: Come Back to the Five and Dime, Stephen King, Stephen King

25 October 1989
On Halloween, Mac finds a decades-old file stuck behind his desk drawer, on a case that was never finished because the defendant dropped dead in the middle of his trial. Soon, a series of poltergeist-style events convinces Harry that the man's ghost is haunting the courtroom. With the help of a medium, Harry and the staff hold a trial for a spirit.

Season 7, Episode 5: Blue Suede Bull

1 November 1989
Dan's prize new Mercedes is repossessed; after Bull has an angry argument with Rhoda, his girlfriend, he promises Dan the money he needs to get it back, if Dan takes him to a famous singles club. Christine receives a courtroom visit from a feminist judge whom she idolizes, but who gets the wrong impression when Harry asks Christine's help in performing a magic trick.

Season 7, Episode 6: For Love or Money

8 November 1989
Buddy, Harry's dad meets a wealthy woman who was in Harry's court. Now he's wearing a Captain's outfit which is his uniform at his work and he doesn't tell her that. They start dating and Buddy tells Harry he proposed to her and he wants Harry to marry her. Harry concerned she doesn't know everything about Buddy talks to her but says she knows everything. But just before the wedding, Christine finds out that's not true. At the same time Dan who after going broke because of a failed business deal, has been living in his office. But when the office manager finds out, he gives Dan till the end of the day to find a new place or his office will be moved to less desirable location.

Season 7, Episode 7: Auntie Maim

15 November 1989
Roz's pushy Aunt Ruth comes to visit her, trying for the umpteenth time to set her up with a man. Knowing that Ruth once took care of her whole family while her father was sick, Roz can't be her normally forceful self, and instead conscripts Mac to masquerade as her fiancé. A Zsa Zsa-like widow is detained at the courthouse when her diamond necklace is swallowed by another defendant's dog.

Season 7, Episode 8: Attack of the Mac Snacks

22 November 1989
Harry and Mac decide to market one of Quon Le's snack inventions. Christine has a unexpected visitor.

Season 7, Episode 9: Branded: Part 1

29 November 1989
Dan receives a job offer from the most prestigious law firm in New York, and, as a favor to the hiring partner, arranges an early hearing for the senior partner's son, who is appearing on a shoplifting charge. Dan later finds out that the boy is a repeat offender, and the job offer was a scam. Dan brings a bribery charge against the hiring partner's son, but ends up facing disbarment for blackmail.

Season 7, Episode 10: Branded: Part 2

6 December 1989
Dan is suspended from work while preparing for his disbarment hearing. Broke, he is forced to take a job waiting tables in a French restaurant under an assumed name. He has lost the will to defend himself, but his friends go to the hearing to stick up for him. Meanwhile, Roz and Christine's co-dieting is causing some weird behavior in both of them.

Season 7, Episode 11: Passion Plundered

20 December 1989
An attractive reporter comes to the courthouse to interview Harry; a jealous Dan listens to one of her tape recordings, and is shocked to find a steamy message on it. Unknown to either Harry or Dan, Christine finds out that the reporter is a lesbian, who publishes romance novels under a pseudonym.

Season 7, Episode 12: Amore or Less

3 January 1990
Christine's relationship with Tony goes through a rocky phase when his devotion to his job as a cop cuts down on their time together.

Season 7, Episode 13: Razing Bull

17 January 1990
An old vaudeville theater that Harry and Bull both remember fondly is targeted for demolition; Bull takes the extreme route and shackles himself to the front doors, while Harry tries to organize a benefit concert with the theater's old performers. In doing so, it is revealed that Mac used to be one of the Starlites.

Harry Anderson ... Judge Harry T. Stone

Markie Post ... Christine Sullivan

John Larroquette ... Dan Fielding

Charles Robinson ... Mac Robinson

Richard Moll ... Nostradamus 'Bull' Shannon

Marsha Warfield ... Rosalind 'Roz' Russell

Eric Christmas ... Pops Durkin

William Utay ... Phil Sanders (as Will Utay)
Andrew Butler ... Andrew
Al Frazier ... Al
John Harris ... Sonny (as John 'Sonny' Harris)
Turner Wilson Jr. ... Rocky (as 'Rocky' Turner Wilson Jr.)

Paul Collins ... Lawrence Farrington

Cynthia Mace ... Newscaster
Molly David ... Vannie
Vance Colvig Jr. ... Bum (as Vance Colvig)

Season 7, Episode 14: Futureman

24 January 1990
A man claiming to be from the future (and armed with a working laser gun) takes the courtroom hostage, while two street punks are holding Dan. Bull tries the whole range of remedies for getting rid of his hiccups.

Season 7, Episode 15: Wedding Bell Blues: Part 1

7 February 1990
Tony announces that he is taking a job with the DEA and leaving for South America; on the spur of the moment, he proposes to Christine over dinner, and they are married in the restaurant. Meanwhile, Art is forced to leave his job during a dispute between the union and the city. In the hands of his pencil-pushing replacement, the courthouse quickly goes to pieces.

Season 7, Episode 16: Wedding Bell Blues: Part 2

14 February 1990
Trying to deal with Tony's absence, Christine discovers she is pregnant.

Season 7, Episode 17: The Talk Show

21 February 1990
Dan's girlfriend convinces him to appear as a shock-host of a talk show. Mac and Quon Le's planned vacation to Graceland encounters problems.

Season 7, Episode 18: Melvin and Harold

28 February 1990
Mel Torme can't appear at Harry's birthday party because Harry sent him to jail.

Season 7, Episode 19: The Glasnost Menagerie

7 March 1990
Harry works on a visa extension for Yakov and Mac buys a funny acting washing machine.

Season 7, Episode 20: I Said Dance!

14 March 1990
Roz could be sued with the help of Bull's cousin after Bull shoots himself with her gun.

Season 7, Episode 21: My Three Dads

28 March 1990
With Tony absent, Harry, Bull, and Dan all volunteer as Christine's Lamaze coach. At their first class, Christine is tormented by visions of her child as a younger version of each of them.

Season 7, Episode 22: Still Another Day in the Life

4 April 1990
A man asks Harry to help stop the marriage of his girlfriend to another man.

Harry Anderson ... Judge Harry T. Stone

Markie Post ... Christine Sullivan

John Larroquette ... Dan Fielding

Charles Robinson ... Mac Robinson

Richard Moll ... Nostradamus 'Bull' Shannon

Marsha Warfield ... Rosalind 'Roz' Russell

Bibi Besch ... Mrs. Rollins

Andrew Hill Newman ... Ben Veloric
Eileen Seeley ... Debby Rollins

Jonathan Emerson ... Derek
Heath Jobes ... Mr. Mitwell
Barbara Brownell ... Mrs. Sanders
Hennen Chambers ... Mr. Sanders

Archie Hahn ... Mr. Harrington
Dorothy Andrews ... Cashier (uncredited)

Lee Arenberg ... Mr. Abraham (uncredited)

Gregg Berger ... Man Guilty of Littering (uncredited)

Adam Hendershott ... Dr. Loogie (uncredited)
Ken Kerman ... Rowdy Construction Worker #1 (uncredited)
Tom Patrick ... (uncredited)

Joseph Michael Roth ... Rowdy Construction Worker #2 (uncredited)

Craig Shoemaker ... Evan (uncredited)

Warren Sweeney ... Mr. McCalla (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 23: A Closer Look

11 April 1990
A TV reporter is watching everyone in the court and they have to be on their toes.

Season 7, Episode 24: The Blues of the Birth

2 May 1990
Christine is stuck in an elevator as she goes into labor.

Season 8

Season 8, Episode 1: A Family Affair: Part 1

28 September 1990
When Christine returns after the birth of her baby she has to deal with the legacy of her replacement and Dan wants Bull to date his visiting sister.

Harry Anderson ... Judge Harry T. Stone

Markie Post ... Christine Sullivan

John Larroquette ... Dan Fielding

Charles Robinson ... Mac Robinson

Richard Moll ... Nostradamus 'Bull' Shannon

Marsha Warfield ... Rosalind 'Roz' Russell
S. Marc Jordan ... Jack Griffin
Joleen Lutz ... Lisette Hocheiser

Susan Diol ... Donna

Fran Ryan ... Miss Crombie

Peter Schrum ... Longshoreman
Dean Wein ... Mr. McCutty (as Dein Wein)
Robert Bendall ... Ted
Christina Whitaker ... Angelica
Dorothy Andrews ... Cashier (uncredited)
Joseph Whipp ... Dreg of Society (uncredited) (unconfirmed)

Season 8, Episode 2: A Family Affair: Part 2

5 October 1990
When Christine returns after the birth of her baby she has to deal with the legacy of her replacement and Dan wants Bull to date his visiting sister.

Season 8, Episode 3: When Harry Met Margaret

12 October 1990
For Harry, it's love at first sight when he lays eyes on Margaret Turner, a bossy news reporter assigned to the courthouse. When she appears not to know he exists, he is so desperate to make an impression that he turns to Dan for advice.