List of Night Court episodes

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The following is a list of episodes for the NBC sitcom Night Court. The series aired from January 4, 1984 to May 31, 1992 during 9 seasons with 193 episodes produced.[1]

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 13 January 4, 1984 March 31, 1984
2 22 September 27, 1984 May 19, 1985
3 22 September 26, 1985 May 8, 1986
4 22 October 2, 1986 May 6, 1987
5 22 September 17, 1987 May 12, 1988
6 22 October 26, 1988 May 3, 1989
7 24 September 27, 1989 May 2, 1990
8 24 September 28, 1990 May 8, 1991
9 22 September 18, 1991 May 31, 1992

Season 1 (1984)[edit]

No. Ep. Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production code
1 1 "All You Need is Love" James Burrows Reinhold Weege January 4, 1984 (1984-01-04) 206719

Harold T. Stone (Harry Anderson) becomes a night court judge in New York City; working with him are court clerk Lana Wagner (Karen Austin), prosecutor Dan Fielding (John Larroquette), public defender Sheila Gardner (Gail Strickland), and bailiffs Bull Shannon (Richard Moll) and Selma Hacker (Selma Diamond). In his first case, he has to settle a dispute involving a woman threatening her husband with gunfire, while at the same time try to earn the trust of his staff, who are skeptical about his unorthodox judicial methods.

Note: This is Gail Strickland's only episode as a cast member.
2 2 "Santa Goes Downtown" Asaad Kelada Reinhold Weege January 11, 1984 (1984-01-11) 185365

The season is merry as Harry deals with a man in a red suit charged with trespassing, and tries to restore the faith of a pair of cynical teenage runaways (Michael J. Fox and Olivia Barash).

Note: Paula Kelly joins the cast as public defender Liz Williams, replacing Gail Strickland from the first episode.
3 3 "The Former Harry Stone" Jay Sandrich Tom Reeder January 18, 1984 (1984-01-18) 185362

Lana learns that Harry has a criminal record when she tries to find out his age to settle a bet.

Note: Terry Kiser makes his first appearance as sleazy reporter Al Craven. Barney Martin also appears in this episode.
4 4 "Welcome Back, Momma" Jeff Melman Reinhold Weege February 1, 1984 (1984-02-01) 185366
A woman who claims to be Harry's long lost mother and a beauty pageant operator appear before the court.
5 5 "The Eye of the Beholder" Jeff Melman Larry Balmagia February 8, 1984 (1984-02-08) 185363
The others try to pull Bull out of the dumps when he's turned down by a charitable organization because his size and appearance are intimidating to others.
6 6 "Death Threat" Jay Sandrich Bob Stevens February 15, 1984 (1984-02-15) 185367
Things are thrown into an uproar when Harry receives a threat via a rock thrown through the window and a bomb is discovered in the courtroom.
7 7 "Once in Love With Harry" Jay Sandrich Reinhold Weege February 22, 1984 (1984-02-22) 185361
A hooker develops a crush on Harry and Dan loses a city council position to a dead man.
8 8 "Quadrangle of Love" Jeff Melman Story by : R.J. Colleary
Teleplay by : R.J. Colleary, Chris Cluess and Stuart Kreisman
February 29, 1984 (1984-02-29) 185369

Dan, Harry, and Bull all compete for the same pretty attorney; Harry tries to get tickets to see Mel Tormé.

Note: The end credits have a different background for this episode. Instead of the court, they show Harry and his little homemade Mel Tormé concert.
9 9 "Wonder Drugs" Asaad Kelada Howard Ostroff March 7, 1984 (1984-03-07) 185364
Lana disrupts the proceedings after taking a powerful cold medicine.
10 10 "Some Like It Hot" Jay Sandrich Stuart Kreisman & Chris Cluess March 14, 1984 (1984-03-14) 185368

Russian Yakov Korolenko (Yakov Smirnoff), who is charged with selling stolen property, would rather burn down the courtroom and everyone in it than go to jail.

Note: First appearance of Mike Finneran as courthouse handyman Art Fensterman. This is Karen Austin's final appearance on the show, though she will continue to be listed in the opening credits through the end of the season.
11 11 "Harry and the Rock Star" Jay Sandrich Reinhold Weege March 21, 1984 (1984-03-21) 185360

Fans and reporters disrupt court proceedings when Harry dates a rock star (Kristine DeBell), and tries to cope with a new court clerk.

Note: Karen Austin does not appear in this episode. This is the first episode to have a evil laugh on Starry Night Productions logo.
12 12 "Bull's Baby" Jeff Melman Bob Stevens March 28, 1984 (1984-03-28) 185362

The courtroom crew try to help Bull when a neighbor leaves her baby with him.

Note: Karen Austin does not appear in this episode. D.D. Howard appears as court clerk Charley Tracy.
13 13 "Hi Honey, I'm Home" Gary Shimokawa Tom Reeder March 31, 1984 (1984-03-31) 185361

Harry has to settle the legal status of a woman who remarried after her first husband was mistakenly declared dead, and who wants her back.

Note: Karen Austin does not appear in this episode. D.D. Howard appears as court clerk Charley Tracy. This is Paula Kelly's last episode as a cast member.

Season 2 (1984–1985)[edit]

No. Ep. Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production code
14 1 "The Nun" Jeff Melman Bob Stevens September 27, 1984 (1984-09-27) 185602

An impressionable young nun (Dinah Manoff) decides to leave her order after meeting Harry; Dan tries to hit on a temporary public defender.

Note: Charles Robinson joins the cast as court clerk Mac Robinson. The temporary public defender (played by Sharon Barr) is not seen again and is never even given a name.
15 2 "Christine and Mac"
"Daddy for the Defense"
Jeff Melman Reinhold Weege October 4, 1984 (1984-10-04) 185601

A brand new public defender has a rough first day in court, thanks to Harry and her over-protective father (Eugene Roche); Selma returns to work delirious after surgery.

Note: Markie Post appears in a one-episode guest stint as public defender Christine Sullivan; she would join the cast permanently at the beginning of the third season.
16 3 "Billie and the Cat" Lee Bernhardi Zachary D. Wechsler October 18, 1984 (1984-10-18) 185604

Harry sends public defender Billie Young to jail for refusing to reveal the whereabouts of a cat her client is accused of kidnapping.

Note: Ellen Foley joins the cast as Billie Young.
17 4 "Pick a Number" Jeff Melman Ron Osborn & Jeff Reno October 25, 1984 (1984-10-25) 185605

The courtroom becomes a circus when a meek little fellow chooses Harry to decide what worthy person will receive the money from his winning lottery ticket.

Note: William Utay, who would eventually play the recurring character of Phil Sanders the bum, appears in this episode.
18 5 "The Computer Kid" Jim Drake Bob Stevens November 1, 1984 (1984-11-01) 185607
A precocious computer whiz barricades himself in Harry's office and threatens to wipe out all his school's records.
19 6 "Bull Gets a Kid" Jeff Melman Nat Mauldin November 8, 1984 (1984-11-08) 185608
Bull finally is allowed a foster son by a volunteer-fathers organization, but he winds up with a bit of a surprise when he learns the kid is really a girl (Pamela Adlon).
20 7 "Harry on Trial" Jeff Melman Stuart Kreisman & Chris Cluess November 15, 1984 (1984-11-15) 185609

Harry is called before a disciplinary board for his unorthodox courtroom behavior.

Note: Ray Walston guest stars.
21 8 "Harry and the Madam" Noam Pitlik Tony Sheehan November 22, 1984 (1984-11-22) 185610
Harry feels a lot of official pressure when a notorious madame with a hot diary comes before his bench; Bull tries to save Mac's turkey from getting killed for Thanksgiving.
22 9 "Inside Harry Stone" Jeff Melman Stuart Kreisman & Chris Cluess November 29, 1984 (1984-11-29) 185606

Harry is reluctant to undergo tests for his ulcer symptoms, until Billie confesses her true feelings for him.

Note: John Astin guest stars as a hospital patient named Kenny; he would later have a recurring role as Harry's father Buddy Ryan.
23 10 "The Blizzard" Jeff Melman Reinhold Weege December 6, 1984 (1984-12-06) 185611
A blizzard traps everyone in the courthouse and Dan in an elevator with a man (Jack Riley) who's attracted to him.
24 11 "Take My Wife, Please" Jeff Melman Tom Reeder December 13, 1984 (1984-12-13) 185612

Mac marries Quon Le Duc (Denice Kumagai), a girl he knew in Vietnam, in order for her to stay in the country; Harry conducts court despite temporary blindness.

Note: Michael Richards appears in this episode.
25 12 "The Birthday Visitor" Gary Shimokawa Ron Osborn & Jeff Reno January 3, 1985 (1985-01-03) 185613
When Billie takes Harry back to her place after celebrating his birthday, the duo's plans for romance are disrupted by an insecure intruder.
26 13 "Dan's Parents" Jeff Melman Reinhold Weege January 10, 1985 (1985-01-10) 185614
Dan's past is revealed when the parents (John McIntire, Jeanette Nolan) he told everyone were dead come to see their successful sonny boy.
27 14 "Nuts About Harry" Jeff Melman Tom Reeder January 17, 1985 (1985-01-17) 185603

Patients from a mental institution stage a strike to convince the court they're being mistreated at the hospital.

Note: This was initially scheduled to be the second episode of the season, but was postponed and was instead aired well out of sequence. Ellen Foley does not appear in this episode and is also missing from the opening credits; her character of Billie is not mentioned, and no explanation is given for her absence. Deborah Harmon appears as newly-assigned public defender Sue Harper. James Cromwell and Kevin Peter Hall guest star.
28 15 "An Old Flame" Jeff Melman Nat Mauldin January 24, 1985 (1985-01-24) 185615
Selma's old beau (Jack Gilford) wants to rekindle their romance, and a substitute judge isn't what he's cracked up to be.
29 16 "The Gypsy" Alan Bergmann Howard Ostroff January 31, 1985 (1985-01-31) 185616
Harry uses a little hocus-pocus to convince Bull he's cured of a gypsy curse.
30 17 "Battling Bailiff" Jeff Melman Stuart Kreisman & Chris Cluess February 7, 1985 (1985-02-07) 185617

Bull quits his job in frustration and becomes a professional wrestler.

Note: Lou Ferrigno guest stars.
31 18 "Billie's Valentine" Jeff Melman Bob Stevens February 14, 1985 (1985-02-14) 185618
Billie's new boyfriend turns out to be a professional problem for her, despite his romantic accomplishments.
32 19 "Married Alive" Jeff Melman Ron Osborn & Jeff Reno February 21, 1985 (1985-02-21) 185619

His friends believe the worst when Dan starts dating a homely, gauche woman who's heir to $40 million (Mimi Kennedy).

Note: William Utay's first appearance as Phil Sanders the bum.
33 20 "Mac and Quon Le: Together Again" Alan Bergmann Tom Reeder February 28, 1985 (1985-02-28) 185620

Quon Le appears before the court for prostitution, and Harry has to choose between Billie and Dan for the mayoral commission.

Note: Selma Diamond does not appear in this episode.
34 21 "World War III" Alan Bergmann Nat Mauldin May 2, 1985 (1985-05-02) 185621

Harry searches for Yakov's brother, a Russian circus defector. Meanwhile, Soviet and American agents (Leonard Stone, Gordon Jump) negotiate an arms agreement.

Note: This is the final appearance of Selma Diamond on the show before her death from lung cancer on May 13, 1985.
35 22 "Walk, Don't Wheel" Reinhold Weege Reinhold Weege May 9, 1985 (1985-05-09) 185622

A disabled law student takes Harry's refusal of her prom invitation as a slap against her handicap.

Note: Selma Diamond does not appear in this episode. This is the final appearance of Ellen Foley on the show.

Season 3 (1985–1986)[edit]

No. Ep. Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production code
36 1 "Hello, Goodbye" Jeff Melman Reinhold Weege September 26, 1985 (1985-09-26) 185711

Everyone tries to adjust to Selma's death as Harry interviews possible replacements, but Bull goes on a drinking binge instead; public defender Christine Sullivan is permanently assigned to the court, to the delight of both Harry and Dan.

Note: Markie Post and Florence Halop join the cast as Christine Sullivan and bailiff Florence Kleiner, respectively. The episode ends with a brief tribute to Selma Diamond.
37 2 "The Hostage" Jeff Melman Bob Stevens October 3, 1985 (1985-10-03) 185713
A strange little man charged with stealing electronic parts takes Dan hostage and demands the rest of the parts he needs to communicate with his home planet of Saturn.
38 3 "Dad's First Date" Jeff Melman Reinhold Weege October 17, 1985 (1985-10-17) 185716
Christine's father has his first date in eight years and ends up before Harry, along with the tenants of a clothing-optional building.
39 4 "Mac and Quon Le: No Reservations" Alan Bergmann Teresa O'Neill October 24, 1985 (1985-10-24) 185712
Mac tries to hide Quon Le from his prejudiced grandfather, who's going to loan Mac the money he needs to open a restaurant.
40 5 "Halloween, Too" Alan Bergmann Teresa O'Neill October 31, 1985 (1985-10-31) 185719
Harry falls hook, line and sinker for a beautiful woman, who turns out to be a real witch.
41 6 "Best of Friends" Reinhold Weege Howard Ostroff November 7, 1985 (1985-11-07) 185718
Dan has a real problem when his high school buddy comes to visit as a decidedly changed man.
42 7 "Dan's Boss" Jeff Melman Bob Stevens November 14, 1985 (1985-11-14) 185720

Dan's life becomes a living hell as he tries to butter his new boss: a little person with a very nasty personality.

Note: First appearance by Daniel Frishman as Vincent Daniels.
43 8 "Up On the Roof" Jeff Melman Jeffrey Davis & Julie Fleischer November 28, 1985 (1985-11-28) 185717
Harry tries to free a rock star literally imprisoned by his overly solicitous entourage.
44 9 "The Wheels of Justice (Part 1)" Alan Bergmann Jeff Reno & Ron Osborn December 5, 1985 (1985-12-05) 185714
Everyone is in a financial crisis when the city can't pay its employees, Harry has to evict a woman and son from a sleazy hotel, and a homeless couple from West Virginia (the first appearance of the Wheelers) tells their tale of woe.
45 10 "The Wheels of Justice (Part 2)" Alan Bergmann Nat Mauldin December 12, 1985 (1985-12-12) 185715
Things go from bad to worse, when Harry learns that the son from the previous case was shot in a robbery, and he resigns as judge.
46 11 "Walk Away, Renee" Jim Drake Teresa O'Neill December 19, 1985 (1985-12-19) 185723
Nobody wants to break the news to Bull that his new girl friend is a prostitute.
47 12 "Dan's Escort" Jeff Melman Bob Stevens January 9, 1986 (1986-01-09) 185724
Dan takes a job as a paid escort for a wealthy, lonely woman who expects a lot for her money, and Yakov appeals to Harry for help when his wife is arrested on a visit to the US.
48 13 "The Night Off" Jim Drake Nat Mauldin and Reinhold Weege January 16, 1986 (1986-01-16) 185725
A crazy judge brought in to substitute for Harry imprisons Dan and Mac for contempt and appoints Florence and Phil the wino as the defense and prosecuting attorneys.
49 14 "Harry and Leon" Jeff Melman Nat Mauldin January 23, 1986 (1986-01-23) 185727
Harry takes pity on the building shoeshine boy (Bumper Robinson), who seeks refuge from a social worker trying to place him in another foster home.
50 15 "The Apartment" Jim Drake Teresa O'Neill January 30, 1986 (1986-01-30) 185728
Harry throws a surprise birthday for Dan whose date is extremely anxious to be home by midnight.
51 16 "Leon, We Hardly Knew Ye" John Larroquette Bob Stevens February 6, 1986 (1986-02-06) 185729
Harry's concern with Leon's imminent adoption blinds him to the presence of Mel Tormé in the courthouse.
52 17 "The Mugger" Jim Drake Robert Perlow & Gene Braunstein February 20, 1986 (1986-02-20) 185726
Christine decides to quit after she's mugged in the cafeteria, but the mugger takes her hostage in the courtroom before she can leave.
53 18 "Could This Be Magic?" Jim Drake Jack Carrerow & Lisa A. Bannick February 27, 1986 (1986-02-27) 185725
Harry decides to help his idol, a down-and-out magician, who goes on to help himself to Harry's possessions.
54 19 "Monkey Business" Jeff Melman Nat Mauldin March 6, 1986 (1986-03-06) 185721
Bull tries to save a baby orangutan from animal-research experiments.
55 20 "Flo's Retirement" Tim Steele Nat Mauldin March 13, 1986 (1986-03-13) 185730
The staff tries everything they can think of to postpone Flo's mandatory retirement.
56 21 "Hurricane (Part 1)" Jeff Melman Reinhold Weege May 1, 1986 (1986-05-01) 185731
The courtroom becomes a delivery room when Hurricane Mel traps four pregnant women.
57 22 "Hurricane (Part 2)" Jeff Melman Reinhold Weege May 8, 1986 (1986-05-08) 185732
The four pregnant defendants give birth as the hurricane continues.

Season 4 (1986–1987)[edit]

No. Ep. Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production code
58 1 "The Next Voice You Hear..." Jeff Melman Reinhold Weege October 2, 1986 (1986-10-02) 185931

Harry's distracted from a courtroom full of ventriloquists and their dummies by the delivery of a letter from his mother, mailed fifteen years earlier.

Note: John Astin appears as Buddy Ryan. Roz Russell (Marsha Warfield) becomes the court's new bailiff after Flo's death, which Harry briefly references.
59 2 "Giving Thanks" Jeff Melman Teresa O'Neill October 9, 1986 (1986-10-09) 185935
Dan demands that Christine sleep with him after he saves her life with the Heimlich maneuver.
60 3 "Author, Author" Jeff Melman Dennis Koenig October 16, 1986 (1986-10-16) 185933
Bull tries his hand at writing a children's story; however, the results are a trifle strong for the editors he submits it to.
61 4 "Halloween II: The Return of Leon" Tim Steele Linwood Boomer October 30, 1986 (1986-10-30) 185934

Harry looks forward to seeing Leon again while Dan crawls for an invitation to his boss' Halloween party.


Night Court was preempted by the fifth game of the 1986 World Series on October 23, 1986.
62 5 "Dan's Operation (Part 1)" Jeff Melman Bob Stevens November 6, 1986 (1986-11-06) 185936
Dan refuses to admit his surgery has weakened him and he overexerts himself into a coma.
63 6 "Dan's Operation (Part 2)" Jeff Melman Bob Stevens November 13, 1986 (1986-11-13) 185937
After Dan falls into a coma, his friends maintain a bedside vigil and reminisce about the good times they've had.
64 7 "The New Judge" Jeff Melman Linwood Boomer November 20, 1986 (1986-11-20) 185939
Dan makes a friend out of the judge substituting until he realizes the man is trying to bribe him, and his friends talk him into wearing a wire to entrap the man.
65 8 "Contempt of Courting" Jeff Melman Tom Straw November 27, 1986 (1986-11-27) 185938
Harry returns and finds a lovely woman substituting on the bench for him, who likes him a lot and jails Christine for mouthing off about perceived mistreatment of a client.
66 9 "Earthquake" Jeff Melman Dennis Koenig December 4, 1986 (1986-12-04) 185940
A mild earthquake traps Dan and Roz and two wrestlers in an elevator. Meanwhile Harry has to deal with three kids who are spitting images for Dan, Christine, and Harry himself.
67 10 "Prince of a Guy" Tim Steele Tom Reeder December 11, 1986 (1986-12-11) 185941
Harry tries to prevent the forced marriage of a Polynesian princess while her brother auctions off Christine.
68 11 "New Year's Leave" John Larroquette Tom Straw December 18, 1986 (1986-12-18) 185942
Harry deals sympathetically with an escaped felon whose only wish is to spend New Year's Eve in Times Square to celebrate his 42nd wedding anniversary.
69 12 "Murder" Jeff Melman Reinhold Weege January 8, 1987 (1987-01-08) 185943
Harry has to deal with a woman who confesses to him that she killed her husband that morning, a detective who can't get used to working without his partner and a morose Dan who was rejected as a sperm bank donor.
70 13 "Baby Talk" Jeff Melman Tom Reeder January 15, 1987 (1987-01-15) 185932
Mac goes on a drunken spree in a cowboy bar after Quon Le spends them into bankruptcy and then announces her pregnancy.
71 14 "The Modest Proposal" Jeff Melman Howard Ostroff January 29, 1987 (1987-01-29) 185944
Harry scoffs when Christine announces her engagement.
72 15 "A Day in the Life" Thomas Klein Nat Mauldin, Teresa O'Neill and Bob Stevens February 5, 1987 (1987-02-05) 185945
Harry must judge all his cases by midnight.
73 16 "Rabid" Jim Drake Dennis Koenig February 12, 1987 (1987-02-12) 185946
The gang searches for a dog that saved Harry from a fire but has bitten Dan and may have given him rabies.
74 17 "Christine's Friend" Jim Drake Bob Stevens February 19, 1987 (1987-02-19) 185947
Harry and Dan compete to take Christine's hot friend away to a romantic weekend getaway.
75 18 "Caught Red Handed" Harry Anderson and Howard Ritter Harry Anderson February 26, 1987 (1987-02-26) 185948
Christine's new boss (Michael Gross) sexually harasses her. Meanwhile, Dan meets his match in a woman (Teresa Ganzel) who has sworn celibacy.
76 19 "Paternity" Jim Drake Teresa O'Neill March 18, 1987 (1987-03-18) 185950
After a smart-mouthed kid claims to be his son, Dan is served with a paternity suit.
77 20 "Here's to You, Mrs. Robinson" Jim Drake Tom Reeder March 25, 1987 (1987-03-25) 185949

Quon Le plans to become a US citizen before her baby is born, but she and Mac are both rushed to the hospital with pains just as Harry begins the swearing-in ceremony.

Note: Conchata Ferrell appears in this episode.
78 21 "Her Honor (Part 1)" Jeff Melman Linwood Boomer April 29, 1987 (1987-04-29) 185951
Dan thinks he will become a new judge, but Christine is awarded the position. However, Harry discovers that his name is not on the judge reappointment list. Meanwhile the Wheelers, the hick couple from Yugoslavia, become the proprietors of the concession stand.
79 22 "Her Honor (Part 2)" Jeff Melman Linwood Boomer May 6, 1987 (1987-05-06) 185952
Upon learning that he will not be reappointed as a judge, Harry disappears to perform an outrageous stunt. But he doesn't realize that Christine, who has taken over the night court, has gotten his job back.

Season 5 (1987–1988)[edit]

No. Ep. Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production code
80 1 "Her Honor (Part 3)" Jeff Melman Linwood Boomer September 17, 1987 (1987-09-17) 186201
Christine nervously takes the bench as Dan and Mac try to cover for the newly reinstated Harry, who's planning the greatest gag of all time.
81 2 "Her Honor (Part 4)" Jeff Melman Linwood Boomer September 24, 1987 (1987-09-24) 186203
While preparing to attempt his outrageous stunt, Harry talks to and saves the life of a suicidal man.
82 3 "Death of a Bailiff" Jeff Melman Bob Underwood October 15, 1987 (1987-10-15) 186202
Bull decides to give away all his worldly goods after hearing God's voice when he's struck by lightning on the roof of the courthouse.
83 4 "Ladies Night" Jeff Melman Paul J. Raley October 22, 1987 (1987-10-22) 186207
Christine and Roz visit a male strip joint to do some female bonding, but Harry and the guys show up just as the show gets going.
84 5 "Safe" Tim Steele Tom Reeder October 29, 1987 (1987-10-29) 186206
On Halloween, Harry traps himself inside a safe while practicing a magic trick and Dan is pursued by a little devil who seems to know all about him.
85 6 "Mac's Dilemma" Jeff Melman Gary Murphy & Larry Strawther November 12, 1987 (1987-11-12) 186205
An old friend (David Graf) asks Mac to lose his court records and a Japanese man (Keye Luke) about to be honored by the governor dies while in custody.
86 7 "Who Was That Mashed Man?" Jeff Melman Story by : Tom Straw & R.J. Colleary
Teleplay by : Tom Straw
November 19, 1987 (1987-11-19) 186211
Dan's sadistic boss asks him to look out for his very attractive niece (Teri Hatcher) while Harry tries to prevent a TV hero of yesteryear from killing himself.
87 8 "No Hard Feelings" Jeff Melman Tom Straw November 26, 1987 (1987-11-26) 186204
Harry hires a blind assistant (Elayne Boosler) whose abrasive sense of humor puts everyone on edge and Dan struggles with impotence when he meets a seductive prospective employer.
88 9 "Constitution (Part 1)" Jeff Melman Rich Reinhart December 3, 1987 (1987-12-03) 186209
Harry tries to talk sense to Roz, a recently diagnosed diabetic who's convinced her life is over, and handle a desperate man holding an original draft of the Constitution hostage in the courtroom.
89 10 "Constitution (Part 2)" Jeff Melman Rich Reinhart December 10, 1987 (1987-12-10) 186210
A man threatens to burn a draft of the Constitution and Roz wanders the building after overdosing on insulin.
90 11 "Let It Snow" Jeff Melman Tom Reeder December 17, 1987 (1987-12-17) 186213
A blizzard traps everyone inside the courthouse and cancels holiday plans, including a visit from Bull's mother, the skipper of a garbage scow.
91 12 "Dan, the Walking Time Bomb" Tim Steele Gary Murphy & Larry Strawther January 7, 1988 (1988-01-07) 186212
Dan frantically tries to rid himself of a briefcase containing a time bomb that someone has handcuffed to his wrist while Joy demands that Bull treat her as he would a sighted woman. Also, Dan's real name is revealed to the staff.
92 13 "Hit the Road, Jack" Jeff Melman Dennis Koenig January 14, 1988 (1988-01-14) 186208
Christine's father makes plans to retire to Florida, but winds up living with her and hanging out with Dan.
93 14 "I'm OK, You're Catatonic/Schizophrenic" Jeff Melman Reinhold Weege January 21, 1988 (1988-01-21) 186215
Dan ties up Mel Tormé so Harry can meet him but the judge is preoccupied with trying to keep his stepfather Buddy out of a mental hospital.
94 15 "Chrizzi's Honor" Jeff Melman James Gates February 11, 1988 (1988-02-11) 186216
A very nice stranger on the run from the mob crashes Christine's anniversary party in honor of Charles and Diana.
95 16 "Another Day in the Life" Jeff Melman Larry Strawther & Gary Murphy February 18, 1988 (1988-02-18) 186217
Panic grips the courtroom as the gang races to clear 207 cases in one session so a millionaire will donate money to save an orphanage and so Dan can win an office pool for the most convictions.
96 17 "Heart of Stone" Tim Steele Bob Underwood February 25, 1988 (1988-02-25) 186214
An old flame of Harry's drops by to renew their relationship but neglects to tell him she's married.
97 18 "Russkie Business" Jeff Melman Tom Reeder March 25, 1988 (1988-03-25) 186221

Yakov returns for some help in getting a visa to return to Russia to visit his mother.

Note: Johnny Carson appears as himself.
98 19 "Jung and the Restless" Tim Steele Tom Straw April 1, 1988 (1988-04-01) 186220

The gang joins Roz in an encounter group she's required to attend to temper her hostile attitude at work, and they see a new side to their co-worker.

Note: Guest stars a young Don Cheadle as Jack.
99 20 "Top Judge" Jeff Melman Dennis Koenig April 8, 1988 (1988-04-08) 186219
Harry becomes uncharacteristically glum and morose after an elderly judge dies after one of Harry's pranks, so his friends urge him to respond when a new judge lays claim to Harry's crown as the "King of the Courtroom Cutups."
100 21 "Mac's Millions" Tim Steele Linwood Boomer May 5, 1988 (1988-05-05) 186218
Mac quits after inheriting $2 million from his grandfather, leaving his friends at the mercy of the most incompetent court clerk in New York.
101 22 "Danny Got His Gun (Part 1)" Jeff Melman Gary Murphy & Larry Strawther May 12, 1988 (1988-05-12) 186222
Dan flip-flops on his active duty for the Army Reserve until he learns it will be in a tropical paradise with a beautiful lady officer.

Season 6 (1988–1989)[edit]

No. Ep. Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production code
102
103
1
2
"Danny Got His Gun (Part 2)"
"Danny Got His Gun (Part 3)"
Jeff Melman Gary Murphy & Larry Strawther
Larry Strawther & Gary Murphy
October 26, 1988 (1988-10-26) 186461
186462
Dan's rescued by a group of friendly Eskimos while his friends in New York plan a memorial service.
104 3 "Fire" Jeff Melman Bob Underwood November 2, 1988 (1988-11-02) 186463
A fire breaks out in the building so everyone is forced to retreat to the morgue for safety, but this doesn't stop Dan from watching the election results for his race for the state assembly.
105 4 "Harry and the Tramp" Jeff Melman Nancy Steen & Neil Thompson November 9, 1988 (1988-11-09) 186464
Harry learns in his courtroom that his date for a big social event is a porno movie star.
106 5 "Educating Rhoda" Jeff Melman Harold Kimmel November 16, 1988 (1988-11-16) 186465
Bull falls for a sweet, but inept bailiff trainee (Denny Dillon) who allows a psychotic woman (Nana Visitor) who re-enacts famous scenes from movies to escape -- and ends up as Dan's latest hook-up during a lunch break stay at a motel.
107 6 "The Last Temptation of Mac" Jeff Melman Tom Reeder November 23, 1988 (1988-11-23) 186466
Christine wears herself out planning a Thanksgiving feast for the courthouse regulars and Mac faces the seduction of an attractive classmate.
108 7 "The Law Club" Tim Steele Alison Rosenfeld November 30, 1988 (1988-11-30) 186467
Dan has to choose between Christine and membership in an exclusive law club when his sponsor demands his silence about his plans to seduce her to win a bet.
109 8 "Night Court of the Living Dead" Tim Steele Paul J. Raley December 14, 1988 (1988-12-14) 186468
An inventor runs away from court to avoid being committed to Bellevue, a man just out of a 20 year coma appears before the bench, and Christine fences with her replacement when a computer error declares her dead.
110 9 "The Night Court Before Christmas" Tim Steele Bob Underwood December 21, 1988 (1988-12-21) 186469
Buddy comes to visit Harry for the holidays and Roz is arrested for appropriating a sled full of toys and distributing them to needy children.
111 10 "Mental Giant" Jeff Melman Tom Reeder January 11, 1989 (1989-01-11) 186470
Bull scores very high on an I.Q. test and is offered a cushy job at a think-tank trying to communicate mentally with test animals.
112 11 "Rock-a-Bye Baby" Jeff Melman Nancy Steen & Neil Thompson January 18, 1989 (1989-01-18) 186473
Christine wears herself to a frazzle watching a neighbor's baby while the others monopolize her television watching a lacrosse game.
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A city auditor (Richard Sanders) tries to investigate some of the more bizarre expenses attributed to Harry's court (via flashbacks) but he's interrupted by a clown wielding a gun and threatening to shoot everyone.
115 14 "The Trouble is Not in Your Set" Jeff Melman Mike Imfeld February 1, 1989 (1989-02-01) 186474
A woman (Marion Ross) who can't tell where her life begins and television ends interrupts the proceedings brandishing a grenade and demanding that her husband be released from prison and given a pardon.
116 15 "The Game Show" Jeff Melman Bob Underwood February 15, 1989 (1989-02-15) 186475

Bull goes on a game show to raise money for a rec center, but the gang has to hypnotize him so that he is not too nervous to go on.

Note: Florence Stanley appears on this show as Judge Margaret Wilbur, her character from My Two Dads.
117 16 "This Old Man" Jeff Melman Nancy Steen & Neil Thompson March 1, 1989 (1989-03-01) 186476
Harry and the gang refuse to take Christine and her new beau seriously: he's old enough to be her father.
118 17 "Strange Bedfellows" Jeff Melman Tom Reeder March 8, 1989 (1989-03-08) 186477
Dan finally meets his opponent for the state assembly seat on election day and sparks fly; Harry gives his cold to Mel Tormé in exchange for two concert tickets.
119 18 "From Snoop to Nuts (Part 1)" Jeff Melman Harry Anderson March 15, 1989 (1989-03-15) 186478
Harry works undercover to get the goods on a mobster and earns a contract on his life when Buddy spills the beans about it and about Harry's real father.
120 19 "From Snoop to Nuts (Part 2)" Jeff Melman Story by : Larry Strawther, Gary Murphy and Harry Anderson
Teleplay by : Gary Murphy & Larry Strawther
March 22, 1989 (1989-03-22) 186479
Harry deals with an identity crisis as a mobster comes after him following a sting operation.
121 20 "Pen Pals" Jeff Melman Bob Underwood April 12, 1989 (1989-04-12) 186480
Roz falls in love with Christine's prison pen pal (Dennis Haysbert), who has escaped from prison; Dan flirts with a law student.
122 21 "Not My Type" Tim Steele James Gates April 26, 1989 (1989-04-26) 186481
Christine accepts a date with Art the handyman, then regrets it; meanwhile Mac's children's story is lost in the courthouse computer.
123 22 "Yet Another Day in the Life" Jeff Melman Neil Thompson & Nancy Steen May 3, 1989 (1989-05-03) 186482
The gang tries to set another record for cases adjudicated as the building slowly floods, causing prisoners to pile up in the hallways and Dan grinds his teeth to be off by midnight to catch a flight to anywhere.

Season 7 (1989–1990)[edit]

No. Ep. Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production code
124 1 "Life With Buddy" Jim Drake Bob Underwood September 27, 1989 (1989-09-27) 186331
Buddy leaves the institution and moves in with Harry while Dan and his real estate agent scheme to take over a dying man's Park Avenue apartment.
125 2 "If I Were a Rich Man" Jim Drake Gary Murphy & Larry Strawther October 11, 1989 (1989-10-11) 186333
Dan plans to swindle a billionaire land developer and Mac agrees to host a cosmetics party for Quon Le.
126 3 "The Cop and the Lady" Jim Drake Nancy Steen & Neil Thompson October 18, 1989 (1989-10-18) 186332
Christine falls for the gorgeous piece of beefcake assigned to protect Dan when the sleazy DA receives several death threats.
127 4 "Come Back to the Five and Dime, Stephen King, Stephen King" Tim Steele Fred Rubin October 25, 1989 (1989-10-25) 186334
On Halloween night, Harry loses his new bat, Tito, and an exorcist's curse resurrects the unquiet spirit of a defendant from fifty years earlier.
128 5 "Blue Suede Bull" Jim Drake Bill Bryan November 1, 1989 (1989-11-01) 186335
Harry embarrasses Christine in front of a very pro-feminist judge with his trick handcuffs while Dan repays a debt to Bull by taking him out on the town for a swinging evening.
129 6 "For Love or Money" Jim Drake Neil Thompson & Nancy Steen November 8, 1989 (1989-11-08) 186336
Buddy proposes to a wealthy, fun loving widow while Dan tries to hide the fact that he's been reduced to living in his office.
130 7 "Auntie Maim" Jim Drake Bob Underwood November 15, 1989 (1989-11-15) 186338
Roz drafts Mac to pose as her fiancé when her overbearing auntie comes to visit and Dan meets an aging actress who teaches him some new tricks in an elevator.
131 8 "Attack of the Mac Snacks" Jim Drake Harry Anderson & Turk Pipkin November 22, 1989 (1989-11-22) 186337
Harry and Mac team up to market one of Quon Le's snack concoctions, Christine's stingy uncle pays her a visit, and Dan tries to pretend he's in touch with his feminine side in order to seduce a co-worker.
132 9 "Branded (Part 1)" Jim Drake Bill Bryan November 29, 1989 (1989-11-29) 186341
Dan becomes the target for first a job offer, then disbarment proceedings when a wealthy lawyer seeks to get charges against his son dropped, and Christine and Roz become diet buddies.
133 10 "Branded (Part 2)" Jim Drake Bill Bryan December 6, 1989 (1989-12-06) 186342
Dan takes a job at a French restaurant as he awaits his disbarment hearing.
134 11 "Passion Plundered" Jim Drake Gail Rock December 20, 1989 (1989-12-20) 186343
Dan and Harry each vie for the attentions of an attractive reporter doing a story on Harry's courtroom and Roz gets swept off her feet by three Boldavian brothers.
135 12 "Amore or Less" Jim Drake Fred Rubin January 3, 1990 (1990-01-03) 186339
Christine finds everyone too busy to help her out with her new romance so she turns to two feuding advice columnists.
136 13 "Razing Bull" Jim Drake Fred Rubin January 17, 1990 (1990-01-17) 186344

Bull chains himself to the entrance of an old theater scheduled to be demolished and the ensuring efforts to save the building reveals a secret life from Mac's past.

Note: Special appearance by The Rivingtons.
137 14 "Futureman" Tim Steele Leonard Mlodinow & Scott Rubenstein January 24, 1990 (1990-01-24) 186340
Dan is held hostage in the courtroom by two thugs but a man from the future — VHK 937 — appears on a mission to save him.
138 15 "Wedding Bell Blues (Part 1)" Jim Drake Larry Strawther & Gary Murphy February 7, 1990 (1990-02-07) 186346

Christine makes an impulsive decision at her farewell dinner with beau Tony, one that has severe repercussions when he leaves on an assignment he may not return from.

Note: James Avery appears in this episode.
139 16 "Wedding Bell Blues (Part 2)" Jim Drake Gary Murphy & Larry Strawther February 14, 1990 (1990-02-14) 186347
Christine deals with Tony's departure and her unexpected pregnancy.
140 17 "The Talk Show" Jim Drake Nancy Steen & Neil Thompson February 21, 1990 (1990-02-21) 186345
Dan finds a new niche in life as the host of a shock-TV show and Mac and Quon Le may lose out on their Graceland vacation.
141 18 "Melvin and Harold" Jim Drake Bob Underwood February 28, 1990 (1990-02-28) 186348

Plans for Mel Tormé to appear at Harry's 40th birthday party are derailed when Harry puts his idol behind bars for failing to pay a parking ticket.

Note: In the last scene of this episode, Harry starts wearing glasses for the rest of the series.
142 19 "The Glasnost Menagerie" Tim Steele Fred Rubin March 7, 1990 (1990-03-07) 186349
Harry helps Yakov get a visa extension for his father (Arte Johnson) and Mac buys a washing machine with an attitude problem.
143 20 "I Said Dance!" Jim Drake Bill Bryan March 14, 1990 (1990-03-14) 186350
Roz faces a lawsuit and no job after Bull borrows her gun and shoots himself in the foot, thanks to his sue-happy lawyer cousin.
144 21 "My Three Dads" Charles Robinson and Howard Ritter Neil Thompson & Nancy Steen March 28, 1990 (1990-03-28) 186351
While attending childbirth class with her three coaches, Christine imagines her child as it grows up influenced by each of the eager proxy fathers.
145 22 "Still Another Day in the Life" Tim Steele Bob Underwood April 4, 1990 (1990-04-04) 186352

Harry helps a young man appearing before his court stop his girl friend's marriage to a prefab preppie.

Note: The animated Warner Bros. character Wile E. Coyote appears as a defendant, with Judge Stone scolding Coyote for continually harassing the Road Runner and fining him.
146 23 "A Closer Look" Harry Anderson and Howard Ritter Bill Bryan, Fred Rubin and Bob Underwood April 11, 1990 (1990-04-11) 186353
Harry, his court and co-workers come under the sharp journalistic eye of a TV reporter doing a story on typical night court events.
147 24 "The Blues of the Birth" Tim Steele Larry Strawther & Gary Murphy May 2, 1990 (1990-05-02) 186354
Christine goes into labor while trapped in an elevator with Buddy and a squeamish courtroom visitor (Stephen Furst).

Season 8 (1990–1991)[edit]

No. Ep. Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production code
148 1 "A Family Affair (Part 1)" Jim Drake Chris Cluess & Stuart Kreisman September 28, 1990 (1990-09-28) 186931
Christine comes back from having her baby and has to deal with the shadow of her replacement, good 'ole Ted. Harry tries to avoid the tutor arranged to help him pass a crucial high school history test. Meanwhile Dan's sister (Susan Diol) comes to visit, and Dan asks Bull to take her out to see the sights of New York, unaware that his baby sister is a chip off the old Fielding block.
149 2 "A Family Affair (Part 2)" Jim Drake Stuart Kreisman & Chris Cluess October 5, 1990 (1990-10-05) 186932
Dan learns that Bull slept with his visiting sister.
150 3 "When Harry Met Margaret" Jim Drake Benjy Compson October 12, 1990 (1990-10-12) 186933
Harry's first date with Margaret Turner (Mary Cadorette), the new court reporter, turns into a disaster when he follows Dan's advice.
151 4 "Can't Buy Me Love" Jim Drake Elaine Aronson October 19, 1990 (1990-10-19) 186934
Dan is thrilled when he offers himself as a prize at a bachelor auction, until he sees the lecherous old woman who bids highest for him; and Christine is beginning to have doubts about her marriage to Tony.
152 5 "Death Takes a Halloween" Jim Drake Harry Anderson October 26, 1990 (1990-10-26) 186936
On Halloween, Harry locks up a defendant known as the Spirit of Death (Stephen Root), and people, including next scheduled victim Dan, stop dying.
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"Crossroads" Jim Drake Bob Underwood November 2, 1990 (1990-11-02) 186937
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When the staff is quarantined for the night, they spend the hours reminiscing about turning points in their lives.
155 8 "Day Court" Jim Drake Kevin Kelton November 9, 1990 (1990-11-09) 186935
Roz surprises everyone by becoming unbearably perky when the staff is temporarily assigned to daytime hours, and Christine decides she must totally change her personality to hang onto Tony and her marriage.
156 9 "A Night Court at the Opera" Jim Drake Jim Pond & Bill Fuller November 16, 1990 (1990-11-16) 186940
Dan tries to win over Margaret during a night at the opera and Bull acquires disciples convinced that he's their god.
157 10 "Nobody Says Rat Fink Anymore" Hoard Ritter Fred Rubin November 23, 1990 (1990-11-23) 186939
Harry has to summon the courage to face a bully from his childhood who is brought before him in court, and Christine searches high and low for the perfect nanny.
158 11 "Jail Bait" Christine Ballard Nancylee Myatt December 7, 1990 (1990-12-07) 186941
A street artist helps raise Christine's spirits, and Mac and Dan indulge a passion for photography.
159 12 "It's Just a Joke" Howard Ritter Lee Maddux December 14, 1990 (1990-12-14) 186942
Everyone gets their two cents in when a comic's offensive routine sparks a First Amendment debate.
160 13 "Bringing Down Baby" Charles Robinson and Howard Ritter Elaine Aronson January 4, 1991 (1991-01-04) 186943
Roz loses yet another battle with courtesy and tact when she tells off the mother of an obnoxious child star shooting a TV pilot in the courtroom.
161 14 "Presumed Insolvent" Jim Drake Kevin Kelton January 23, 1991 (1991-01-23) 186944
Dan looks at Phil the wino in a whole new light when the bum rescues a defendant left penniless by the S&L crisis.
162 15 "Mama Was a Rollin' Stone" Jim Drake Bill Fuller & Jim Pond January 30, 1991 (1991-01-30) 186945
Dan anticipates a windfall from Phil the wino's will but gets a surprise instead. Bull anxiously awaits a visit from his mother, an old salt due to retire from the sea and come live with sonny boy.
163 16 "Attachments Included" Jim Drake Fred Rubin February 6, 1991 (1991-02-06) 186946
Christine finds herself tense over finalizing her divorce, Harry is nervous about moving in with Margaret, and Bull follows his mother's advice and looks for a wife — with the help of a matchmaker.
164 17 "Alone Again, Naturally" Tim Steele Alison Rosenfeld-Desmarais February 13, 1991 (1991-02-13) 186947
Harry gets a wealth of conflicting advice when he confides in his friends that he thinks Margaret is about to propose marriage.
165 18 "Hey Harry, F'Crying Out Loud — It is a Wonderful Life... Sorta" Jim Drake Stuart Kreisman & Chris Cluess February 27, 1991 (1991-02-27) 186948
An angel appears in the guise of Mel Tormé to show Harry how dismal the courtroom would be if he'd never been born, especially with Dan as the corrupt judge in charge.
166 19 "To Sleep, No More" Jim Drake Story by : Tom Abraham & Mike Underwood
Teleplay by : Bob Underwood
March 6, 1991 (1991-03-06) 186947

Dan suffers all the pangs of a guilty conscience over misuse of the Phil Foundation funds. Bull tries out a toupee, the Shatner 2000.

Note: Bert Parks appears as himself.
167 20 "With a Little Help From My Friends" Kevin Sullivan Nancylee Myatt March 13, 1991 (1991-03-13) 186949
Roz tries Christine's "happy therapy" and sets the group back several months and Jack's son finally admits to himself and his dad that running the newsstand isn't for him.
168 21 "Mac Takes a Vocation" Jim Drake Fred Rubin March 20, 1991 (1991-03-20) 186950
Harry gets riled when a Supreme Court judge woos Mac away to serve as a vote-getting token on his staff and Dan hires an English valet in an attempt to replace Phil.
169 22 "Harry's Fifteen Minutes" Jim Drake Bill Fuller & Jim Pond April 3, 1991 (1991-04-03) 186951
Harry lets an article naming him one of New York's 10 most interesting men go to his head, and he disappoints Christine by fibbing to get out of a date. Dan tries to live up to his responsibilities as head of the Phil Foundation.
170 23 "Where There's a Will, There's a Tony (Part 1)" Jim Drake Elaine Aronson May 1, 1991 (1991-05-01) 186952
Harry experiences some very mixed emotions when Tony tries to win Christine back, and the transformed Dan gets some help in running the Phil Foundation, from Phil's twin brother Will.
171 24 "Where There's a Will, There's a Tony (Part 2)" Jim Drake Kevin Kelton May 8, 1991 (1991-05-08) 186953
Dan has a plan to save the Phil Foundation and Harry doesn't like Christine getting close to her ex.

Season 9 (1991–1992)[edit]

No. Ep. Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production code
172 1 "A Guy Named Phantom (Part 1)" Jim Drake Chris Cluess & Stuart Kreisman September 18, 1991 (1991-09-18) 187231
Harry and Christine are both confused over their feelings for each other, but before they can work them out, the deranged Dan kidnaps Christine at a courthouse costume party.
173 2 "A Guy Named Phantom (Part 2)" Jim Drake Stuart Kreisman & Chris Cluess September 25, 1991 (1991-09-25) 187232
The search is on for Christine and her kidnapper - Dan.
174 3 "My Life as a Dog Lawyer" Jim Drake Nancylee Myatt October 2, 1991 (1991-10-02) 187233
Harry has to deal with an obnoxious foreign diplomat and prevent WWIII, while Dan struggles at his embarrassing new job.
175 4 "Puppy Love" Jim Drake Kevin Kelton October 9, 1991 (1991-10-09) 187234

Roz stuns her co-workers when her uptown husband pays a visit to secure a divorce so he can marry again.

Note: Bull recites the Opening Speech from Days of Our Lives just before the Theme Song plays.
176 5 "Pop Goes the Question" Jim Drake Elaine Aronson October 16, 1991 (1991-10-16) 187235
Wanda learns on the anniversary of their first date that Bull must perform a miracle before he can marry her.
177 6 "Guess Who's Listening to Dinner?" Jim Drake Jim Pond & Bill Fuller October 30, 1991 (1991-10-30) 187237

Dan tries to break up with the daughter of a crime boss, who insists Dan reconsider over dinner — and that he bring along Christine.

Note: This is the only episode that Harry Anderson does not appear in.
178 7 "Looking for Mr. Shannon" Jim Drake Ben Montanio & Vince Cheung November 6, 1991 (1991-11-06) 187238
Bull's bachelor party turns into a disaster when the guys are stranded at a motel with no money and no transportation, and where Bull is kidnapped.
179 8 "Teacher's Pet" Jim Drake Alison Rosenfeld Desmarais November 13, 1991 (1991-11-13) 187239
Christine is disillusioned by a law professor she once idolized and Bull undergoes an unusual ceremony to regain his virginity.
180 9 "The System Works" Jim Drake Lee Maddux November 17, 1991 (1991-11-17) 187236
Harry has his hands full when he agrees to teach a law course with an eclectic group of students and Dan hires an artist to do some very special sketches of Christine.
181 10 "Get Me to the Roof on Time" Jim Drake Bill Fuller & Jim Pond November 20, 1991 (1991-11-20) 187240
Bull's wedding day threatens to fall apart when bride Wanda refuses to wear Mother Hank's wedding gown, Harry and Art quarrel over being best man and Christine over-organizes everything.
182 11 "Santa on the Lam" Howard Ritter Lee Maddux December 11, 1991 (1991-12-11) 187242
On Christmas Eve Dan tries to show a disillusioned Santa that the holiday spirit still exists as Harry tries to get away from a depressing lonely soul he's befriended.
183 12 "Shave and a Haircut" Tim Steele Kevin Kelton January 8, 1992 (1992-01-08) 187243
Harry goes all out to get Mel Tormé to accept a man-of-the-year award unaware that it's all a prank and Dan and Will turn into bounty hunters.
184 13 "A New York Story" Jim Drake Fred Graver January 15, 1992 (1992-01-15) 187244
Harry uncovers a city financial snafu when a defendant (Stephen Root) proves he owns several prominent landmarks and Dan enjoys being a beauty pageant judge.
185 14 "Undressed For Success" Jim Drake Mike Imfeld January 22, 1992 (1992-01-22) 187241
Mac considers doing an underwear commercial for some quick cash and Roz entrusts some personal treasures to Dan.
186 15 "Poker? I Hardly Know Her" Jim Drake Nancylee Myatt February 5, 1992 (1992-02-05) 187245
Roz hosts a makeup-poker party while Harry redecorates his office and Dan dallies with a courtroom cutie.
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Elaine Aronson
Alison Rosenfeld-Desmarais
February 12, 1992 (1992-02-12) 187246
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A political consultant persuades Christine to run for Congress, Dan becomes a sexual surrogate, and Mac's video of Bull's wedding achieves a certain distinction.
189 18 "To Sir With... Ah, What the Heck... Love" Jim Drake Jim Pond & Bill Fuller February 26, 1992 (1992-02-26) 187249
Dan begins kissing up to Harry as part of his campaign to replace Harry on the bench when he becomes a full time law professor and Art the handyman becomes a surrogate dad to Bull when he starts dating Bull's mama.
190 19 "P.S. Do I Know You?" Jim Drake Nancylee Myatt and Karen Heckler March 4, 1992 (1992-03-04) 187250
Roz dreads meeting a male pen pal who's expecting someone just a little different from the real Roz.
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"Opportunity Knock Knocks" Jim Drake Elaine Aronson
Nancylee Myatt
May 13, 1992 (1992-05-13) 187251
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Harry contemplates a variety of job offers, Dan anticipates life on easy street with a wealthy bride, Bull deals with some really out-of-town visitors, and Christine contemplates the agony of defeat.
193 22 "The 1992 Boat Show" Charles Robinson Vince Cheung & Ben Montanio May 31, 1992 (1992-05-31) 187248

Roz steals the show and Dan's spot with the in-crowd when a gossip columnist discovers her and Lisette tries to deal with her erotic dreams about Harry.

Note: This episode was originally scheduled for May 6, 1992 but instead aired after the series finale.

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