Night Court (1984–1992)
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The Nun 

A young novice nun decides to leave her convent after becoming smitten with Harry.

Director:

Jeff Melman

Writers:

Bob Stevens, Reinhold Weege (created by) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Harry Anderson ... Judge Harry T. Stone
John Larroquette ... Dan Fielding
Charles Robinson ... Mac Robinson
Richard Moll ... Nostradamus 'Bull' Shannon
Selma Diamond ... Bailiff Selma Hacker
Dinah Manoff ... Sister Sara Williams
Randee Heller ... Anita Fries
Sharon Barr ... Counselor
Michael Tucci ... Mr. Pina
Earl Boen ... Arnold Burger
Ernest Harada Ernest Harada ... Ernie Tanaka
Hal Bokar Hal Bokar ... Man in Japanese Restaurant
Jack Jozefson Jack Jozefson ... Ex-Congressman in Japanese Restaurant
Lu Leonard Lu Leonard ... Mother Frances
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Storyline

A nun who appears in court after being mugged is so taken by Harry's laid-back approach that she leaves the convent, then tells Harry how she feels about him. He tries to avoid her, then decides to take her around and show her how to live it up. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Genres:

Comedy

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Language:

English

Release Date:

27 September 1984 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

The first appearance of court clerk Macintosh "Mac" Robinson, played by Charles Robinson. See more »

Goofs

Harry said when he was 7, he "wanted to be a Flintstone". In the first episode, he said he was 34 years old, meaning he was born in 1950. The Flintstones didn't premiere until 1960, meaning they weren't around when Harry was 7. See more »

Quotes

Judge Harry T. Stone: What's next, Mac?
Mac Robinson: Anita Fries and Arnold Burger.
Judge Harry T. Stone: Call them, Bull.
Nostradamus 'Bull' Shannon: Burger and Fries, please.
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Connections

References The Flintstones (1960) See more »

Soundtracks

I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues
(uncredited)
Written by Ted Koehler and Harold Arlen
Sung by Dinah Manoff
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