Night Court: Season 4, Episode 20

Here's to You, Mrs. Robinson (25 Mar. 1987)

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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.

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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.

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The title refers to the Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel song from the movie The Graduate (1967). See more »

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Judge Harry Stone: [about the immigrants] Mac, who are these people?
Bhakti: We are the world.
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References Zorba the Greek (1964) See more »

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Written by Francis Scott Key
Sung by Greg Lewis
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Pretty bad.
1 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

ALL of the actors playing the immigrants are terrible. Their accents are way off to begin with, and then they don't even stay in character when they're talking.

The former President immigrant guy isn't too bad, though you can't tell if he's West Indian or African or what. The Greek guy, though, is the absolute worst offender -- his 'dancing' is pathetic.

Normally, I enjoy Night Court, and I appreciate that it's extremely corny, schmaltzy, and broadly drawn. But this episode is just bad -- skip it if you can. The only reason to watch it is for the scenes between Mack and Quon Le. The side-plot of Dan trying to seduce the wealthy Latin American woman is funny too, though her brother is a terrible actor.


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