Night Court (1984–1992)
Referenced during the monologue
The show is mentioned by name.
Johnny jokes that the series' Harry Anderson will be nominated for the Supreme Court in the aftermath of Robert Bork's defeat
The character of Bull Shannon from Night Court, played by Richard Moll, appears in the episode.
The litigator who presents the bounced check to Larry says, "We'll have your butt in litigation faster than you can say 'Night Court.'"
Crow: "Tonight, on 'Space Court'"
Jay criticizes Doris about her smoking habits, and mentions two of the bailiffs who died from cancer because of their habit of smoking.
Crow: "Ironically, this is still funnier than 'Night Court.'"
"It's the Finnish verison of Night Court"
"I thought Night Court was on"
"I'm talking Night-Court-in-its-fifth-season lame!"
The journalist has the suspicion that the murdered is "the ghost of Selma Diamond. The old lady from Night Court"
Peter says "The dead will encounter the two dead bailiff ladies from Night Court".
Referenced on Weekend Update
Referenced by name
Mentioned in dialogue
In "Car", Homestar "plays" the theme from the show when Strong Bad spins his "buzzer"
TV announcer refers to an upcoming episode of this
This show is one of the squares on the network schedule board.
Mentioned during Weekend Update
Bill Clinton and his Secret Servicemen play the theme song for Peter
Mentioned by Desmond.
one of the shows brought up in the TV show identification duel between Lester and Morgan
Tracy reunites Harry Anderson, Markie Post, and Charles Robinson to shoot the Night Court finale episode that Kenneth thinks the show deserved.
Mary refers to Buzz as the "baliff from 'Night Court.'"
Mentioned by Seth on Weekend Update
Plinkett owns it on VHS
mentioned by Tosh
Plinkett finds a DVD of it at Best Buy
"He was Dan Fielding, goddamn it!"
mentioned by Tosh
"I love this episode of Night Court."
"He made a very wrong turn and ended up at Night Court."
Mentioned by Judd Apatow
Julie asks her mother: "Do you always look like a hooker from 'Night Court'?"
The theme song is played.
Jane Krakowski is edited into the show as Sparky Monroe, the were-lawyer
shows a clip of Dan when John Larroquette's role in ST 3 comes up.
Several "clips" are shown of Jenna as the werewolf lawyer from Night Court's final season. She is told by the cast members that she is the reason the show was cancelled.
"Supreme Court Me" spoofs "Night Court".
Spoofed as "Night Cop" in the vampire TV segment
Night Crawler Court is a spoof of this show.