Night Court (1984–1992)
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With a Little Help from My Friends 

When Christine has Roz join her happy therapy group, the group has a major backslide.

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Lisette Hocheiser
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Jack Griffin
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Jacalyn O'Shaughnessy ...
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When Christine has Roz join her happy therapy group, the group has a major backslide.

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13 March 1991 (USA)  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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The title came from The Beatles hit song. See more »

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[after becoming trustee of The Phil Foundation, Dan is bombarded with letters and telegrams asking for donations]
Dan Fielding: You wouldn't believe how many needy people there are in the world. Did you realize that all those people huddled in blankets on the streets are actually homeless?
Rosalind 'Roz' Russell: [a little shocked] Well, of course we did, Dan! What did you think they were?
Dan Fielding: I thought they were Indians!
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References As the World Turns (1956) See more »

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My Least favorite Night Court episode
13 April 2017 | by (New York, NY) – See all my reviews

I loved Night Court, but this episode was one of their worst. This one had more than its fair share of annoying characters... from Christine's self-help group to Jack the (cafeteria news stand guy) and his pathetic son. Rarely has there been a recurring character on this show I could do without more than Jack, with the exception of Craven, the tabloid reporter played by Terry Kiser in season 1.


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