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"Her Honor (Part 2)"
Season 4, Episode 22
#79 in Series (193 episodes)
Series: Night Court
Network/Country: NBC-TV / United States
Air date May 6, 1987
Production code 185950
Written by Craig Porter & Linwood Boomer
Directed by: Jeff Melman
Guest stars: Brent Spiner
Annie O'Donnell
K. Callan
Al Ruscio
Craig Richard Nelson
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Her Honor (Part 1) was the 22nd and final episode of Season 4 of Night Court, also the 79th overall series episode. Written by Craig Porter and Linwood Boomer, and directed by Jeff Melman, the episode, which premiered on NBC-TV, first aired on May 6, 1987. 

"Her Honor (Part 2)"
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SynopsisEdit

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.

StorylineEdit

Christine tries to convince Harry to fight for his job, but Harry rejects her advice, planning instead to play the ultimate prank, a stunt so outrageous and crazy that it will get the attention of the entire city.

Plot SummaryEdit

In the second episode of a four-part story arc, newly appointed judge Christine (Markie Post) prepares to assume her Night Court duties, while her predecessor Harry (Harry Anderson), still brooding over not being reappointed, plots to get even on New York City by playing the "ultimate prank." Little does Harry know that at this very moment, Christine is pulling strings to have him reinstated. This final episode of Night Court's fourth season ends on a cliffhanger, not to be resolved until the outset of Season Five.

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