Night Court: Win the Complete Fourth Season on DVD!

Night CourtAiring on NBC, Night Court ran from January 1984 until May 1992. The sitcom is set during the night shift sessions of a Manhattan court. Judge Harry Stone (Harry Anderson) presides over a crazy courtroom that is unorthodox at best.

Stories revolve around bizarre defendants and the regular court crew -– public defender Christine Sullivan (Markie Post), prosecutor Dan Fielding (John Laroquette), court clerk Macintosh “Mac” Robinson (Charles Robinson), and bailiffs Roz Russell (Marsha Warfield) and Nostradamus “Bull” Shannon (Richard Moll).

In season four, Judge Stone is bounced from the bench and Roz joins the group. The hi-jinks continue as Dan is loved into a coma, Christine takes a turn with the gavel, Bull authors a questionable childrens book and Mac seems to go into labor.

Season four of Night Court has just been released and the DVD set includes all 22 episodes on four discs. It’s available exclusively from the Warner Archives. You can also try to win a copy here. To enter, you need to merely post a comment below.You can enter once per day.

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Guidelines: This giveaway is open to participants with a United States mailing address only. (International readers can enter if they have a friend in the States who can accept their prizes by mail.) Many may enter but one person will win. You must be 18 and older to enter and no purchase is necessary. Contest ends November 14, 2010.

UPDATE: Congratulations to “Charles” who won this DVD set in our contest. Thanks to everyone who played and we’ve got more contests coming!

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  1. George Gennuso says

    I would love to win a copy of Night Court, the complete season four. And thanks for having this drawing.

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