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Category:Classic TV Clips
Tags:1980s, Night Court, Richard Moll
Submitted:Hugo Gorilla
Date:09/07/07
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Comment count is 10
Jeff Fries
*dik dik*
mouser
I basically learned english with that show.

It's been ages since I've seen it and still remember some punch lines.
eatenmyeyes
Loved that show
Adramelech
Come back to us, Richard Moll.
HURF BLURF DUH
Where the hell is Markie Post
takewithfood
She didn't show up until the 3rd season, I think. Only the 1st season was ever released on DVD and since fans wanted the Markie Post episodes, nobody bought the 1st season. I guess the sales were so bad they didn't bother releasing the rest of the show, except for a "best of" collection that also didn't do well. I miss Roz too.

Caminante Nocturno
My brother loved this show, so I had to sit through it when it was on. I did enjoy sitting through it.
PlushJake
That song rules.
robotkarateman
Early intro reminds me of how funny Selma Diamond was, and how much the show went downhill after that - until John Astin and Shelley Berman briefly saved it by being crazy.

Hey diddle diddle
The cat and the fiddle
was a lie like all the rest

The astronauts killed the man in the moon
Growing up took care of the rest.
The Mothership
Selma was great.

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