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"For Love or Money"
Season 7, Episode 6
#129 in Series (193 episodes)
Series: Night Court
Network/Country: NBC-TV / United States
Air date November 8, 1989
Production code 186336
Written by Nancy Steen & Neil Thompson
Directed by: Jim Drake
Guest stars: John Astin 
Karen Morrow 
 William Utay 
 Tony Todd 
 Cathy McAuley 
 Steve Ruggles 
 Douglas Blair 
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For Love of Money was the 6th episode of Season 7 of Night Court, also the 129th overall series episode. Written by Nancy Steen and Neil Thompson, the episode was directed by Jim Drake. The episode, which aired on NBC-TV, first aired on November 8, 1989. 

"For Love or Money"
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SynopsisEdit

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.

Episode SummaryEdit

Buddy, Harry's dad meets Amanda Caswell, a wealthy widowed woman who was brought into Harry's court. He's wearing a Captain's outfit, which is his uniform at his workplace, a new fast-food restaurant nearby, but he doesn't tell her that. They start dating and Buddy tells Harry he proposed to her and he wants Harry to marry her. Harry concerned she doesn't know everything about Buddy talks to her but says she knows everything. But just before the wedding, Christine finds out that's not true. At the same time Dan who after going broke because of a failed business deal, has been living in his office. But when the office manager finds out, he gives Dan till the end of the day to find a new place or his office will be moved to less desirable location.</span>

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