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"World War III"
Season 2, Episode 21
#34 in Series (193 episodes)
Series: Night Court
Network/Country: NBC-TV / United States
Air date May 2, 1985
Production code 185621
Written by Nat Maudlin
Directed by: Alan Bergmann
Guest stars: Yakov Smirnoff
 Gordon Jump 
Leonard Stone 
Richard Brestoff 
Matt Landers
Faith Minton
John Lykes
Lana Schwab
Charlotte Portney
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World War III was the 21st episode of Season 2 of Night Court, also the 34th overall series episode. Written by Nat Maudlin, the episode was directed by Alan Bergmann. The episode, which aired on NBC-TV, first aired on May 2, 1985. 

"World War III"
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SynopsisEdit

Harry searches for Yakov's brother, a Russian circus defector. Meanwhile, Soviet and American agents (Leonard Stone, Gordon Jump) negotiate an arms agreement.

StorylineEdit

After Quon Le, Mac's legal wife, is caught sharing house with a group of prostitutes, she says she loves him and wants to live with him as his real wife. Billie and Dan compete for Harry's favor, wanting a letter of recommendation for a special mayoral post, but Billie takes it unusually badly when Dan gets the letter.

Plot Summary Edit

Harry's courtroom becomes Ground Zero for several Cold War crises between the US and the former Soviet Union. It all begins when Harry (Harry Anderson) launches a search for the brother of Russian émigré Yakov (Yakov Smirnoff), a circus performer who has decided to defect. Before long, Night Court is swarming with clowns and jugglers, KGB and CIA agents, and even a pair of contentious arms negotiators

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