Night Court: The Complete Sixth Season

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Night Court: The Complete Sixth Season
Harry Anderson (Actor, Writer), Markie Post (Actor), Jeff Melman (Director), Tim Steele (Director) Rated: NR Format: DVD

Editorial Reviews
As Night Court begins its sixth hit season, Assistant District Attorney Dan Fielding (John Larroquette) is listed as missing and presumed dead when his plane crashes in the Arctic Ocean. Judge Harry T. Stone (Harry Anderson) cautions the others against expecting Dan to still be alive after two weeks of futile search-and-rescue efforts, but Legal Aid Attorney Christine Sullivan (Markie Post) refuses to give up hope and prays for Dan’s safe return. Dan, meanwhile, is alive on a remote island, saved by a seal. And that’s just the start of the season.

Subsequent side-splitting episodes see Bull (Richard Moll) glue his fingers to the side of his head, Mac (Charles Robinson) deal with a classmate who has more on her mind than studying, and Harry jailing Roz (Marsha Warfield) when she won’t divulge the location of a truckload of toys mistakenly given to needy kids. Justice prevails in this 3-Disc, 22-Episode Collection.

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Product Details
Actors: Harry Anderson, Markie Post, John Larroquette, Charles Robinson, Richard Moll
Directors: Jeff Melman, Tim Steele
Writers: Harry Anderson, Alison Rosenfeld Desmarais, Bob Underwood, Gary Murphy, Harold Kimmel
Format: NTSC
Language: English
Region: All Regions
Number of discs: 3
Rated:
NR
Not Rated
Studio: Warner Archive
DVD Release Date: June 26, 2012
Run Time: 530 minutes
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 starsĀ  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
ASIN: B0025VKX04

Nigh Court 6th season
By D. Nakao on October 9, 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase

Unlike most other shows, Night Court didn’t lose much of a beat after 6 seasons, and its irreverent (and sometimes politically incorrect) humor is as enjoyable today as it was 20-plus years ago. Our favorite episodes are “The Clip Show” featuring Richard Sanders (from WKRP) as a city auditor threatening to throw the book at Harry, and “From Snoop To Nuts” in which Christine thinks she saw Harry accept a bribe from a mobster. I would much rather see this show than 90% of the sitcoms that are airing today.

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