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"Harry and the Madam"
Season 2, Episode 8
#21 in Series (193 episodes)
Series: Night Court
Network/Country: NBC-TV / United States
Air date November 22, 1984
Production code 185610
Written by Noam Pitlik
Directed by: Tom Sheehan
Guest stars: Stella Stevens
 Terry Kiser
Philip Abbott 
 Linda Hart 
Diane Kennerly 
Dawson Mays 
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Harry and the Madam was the eighth episode of Season 2 of Night Court, also the 21st overall series episode. Written by Noam Pitlik, the episode was directed by Tom Sheehan. The episode, which aired on NBC-TV, first aired on November 22, 1984. 

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SynopsisEdit

Harry feels a lot of official pressure when a notoriously known brothel madam with a hot diary comes before his bench.

StorylineEdit

Harry experiences an unusual chemistry with a charismatic madam named Irene Danbury, whose brothel has been raided, and wrestles with his conscience about whether to admit her diary into evidence; Meanwhile, Bull takes exception to Mac's family tradition of fattening a live turkey in preparation for Thanksgiving.

Plot Summary Edit

Stella Stevens guest stars as Irene Danbury, New York City's oldest and most notorious madam. When Irene is brought into Night Court for prosecution, Harry (Harry Anderson) must decide whether or not to enter into evidence her diary--which lists the names of virtually every political higher-up in the city! Meanwhile, the sensitive Bull (Richard Bull) is aghast to learn of a family Thanksgiving ritual favored by court clerk Mac (Charles Robinson).

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