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NIGHT COURT 1984 TV Series
  • Harry Stone: I’d like to grant a continuance pending a psychiatric evaluation.
    Christine Sullivan: Agreed.
    Dan Fielding: Ready to beam him aboard, Sir.
    (Season 3 episode The Hostage)

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  • Airlines
    • Paramus Air
      • Roz tells the story of when she worked as a flight attendant for Paramus Air. (Season 8 episode Crossroads Part 1)
    • Paramus Airlines
      • No description available
  • Amusement Parks
    • Connubial Fusion Theme Park
      • Future theme park based on Mac’s art film of Bull and Wanda’s wedding. (Season 9 episode Party Girl Part 2)
    • King’s Goofy Golf
      • Dan goes up against billionaire Jordan King by buying up swampland that King intends to use for his next development initiative The New Jersey Project. When Dan demands too much money, King decides to go with The Delaware Project instead, leaving Dan with worthless swamp land. (Season 7 episode If I Were a Rich Man)
    • Wally’s Weenie Wonderland
      • Amusement park. (Season 5 episode Mac’s Millions)
  • Animals/Creatures
    • Yefgotrod
      • Animal. Mr. Slotnick, who claims to be from Saturn, proclaims himself fit as a yefgotrod following the blackout. (Season 3 episode The Hostage)
  • Apartment and Condos
    • Grammercy Apartment Building
      • Clothing optional building for naturalists. The residents are brought to court for exposing themselves on the roof. (Season 3 episode Dad’s First Date)
  • Artwork
    • The Bare Body of Justice
      • Artwork a young artist paints of Christine. (Season 8 episode Jail Bait)
    • The Naked Body of Justice
      • The name of a Mural by artist Ian McKee.
  • Audio Recordings
    • Subliminal Dr. Suess
      • Tape Bull listens to, part of the Subliminal Books on Tape series. (Season 9 episode Shave and a Haircut)
    • Subliminal Physics For Beginners
      • Tape Bull listens to, part of the Subliminal Books on Tape series. (Season 9 episode Shave and a Haircut)
  • Audio Recordings-Music
    • I Bite The Songs
      • Music album by rock star Jennifer Black. (Season 1 episode Harry and the Rock Star)
    • Mel At the Hollywood Bowl
      • Mel Torme album that magician The Famous Falcone steals from Harry. (Season 3 episode Could This Be Magic?)
    • Mel Live At the Monterey Jazz Festival
      • Mel Torme album that magician The Famous Falcone steals from Harry. (Season 3 episode Could This Be Magic?)
    • Mel Live At the Palace
      • Mel Torme album that magician The Famous Falcone steals from Harry. (Season 3 episode Could This Be Magic?)
    • Mel Sings At Carnegie Hall
      • Mel Torme album that magician The Famous Falcone steals from Harry. (Season 3 episode Could This Be Magic?)
    • Mel Sings with Cesar Romero
      • Mel Torme album that magician The Famous Falcone steals from Harry. (Season 3 episode Could This Be Magic?)
    • Mel's Best to You At Christmas
      • Mel Torme album that magician The Famous Falcone steals from Harry. (Season 3 episode Could This Be Magic?)
  • Awards
    • Adult Film Awards
      • A defendant is an adult film star that received a “Moanie” for Best Performance by an Actress in a Non Speaking Role at the Adult Film Awards at the Riverside Theater. (Season 6 episode Harry and the Tramp)
    • Best Performance By An Actress in a Non Speaking Role
      • A defendant is an adult film star that received a “Moanie” for Best Performance by an Actress in a Non Speaking Role at the Adult Film Awards at the Riverside Theater. (Season 6 episode Harry and the Tramp)
    • The Harpoon Man of the Year
      • Contest featured in The Harpoon, the Ed Koch Community College humor magazine. (Season 9 episode Shave and a Haircut)
    • Junior Woodchuck of the Year Award
      • Mel shows Harry his Junior Woodchuck of the Year award. (Season 9 episode Shave and a Haircut)
    • Pussycat Theater Patron of the Year
      • Harry joke. When Dan buys a new suit, Harry asks him what the occasion is, was he named Patron of the Year at the Pussycat Theater? (Season 7 episode Futureman)
    • Society of Goodfellows Man of the Month
      • Harry is honored as the Man of the Month by the Society of Goodfellows. (Season 6 episode Harry and the Tramp)
  • Baby Products
    • Tidy Whitey Diaper Service
      • A defendant accused of hosting an illegal gambling establishment owns the Tidy Whitey Diaper Service. (Season 6 episode From Snoop to Nuts Part 1)
  • Bakeries
    • Drink ’N Donuts
      • A couple of the defendants that come before the court work for Drink ’N Donuts. One of them paid for the other to attend The Donut Academy. (Season 8 episode A Family Affair Part 2)
    • Leo’s Bagel Bistro
      • Bakery where Madame Rochelle, the Affordable Exorcist, causes a disturbance by declaring her soup haunted. (Season 7 episode Come Back to the Five and Dime, Stephen King, Stephen King)
  • Banks
    • First National Bank of Beirut
      • Bank where Phil had an account. (Season 8 episode Mama Was a Rollin' Stone)
    • Rockville Savings & Loan
      • Bank that goes under, taking one of the court’s defendant’s nest egg with it. (Season 8 episode Presumed insolvent)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Emilio's
      • Lana invites Harry, the gangs going out to Emilio's for a beer. (Season 1 episode Quadrangle of Love)
    • Gilded Grotto
      • Nightclub featuring cross dressing shows whose show members come before the court. (Season 7 episode If I Were a Rich Man)
    • Harry’s Litigation Lounge
      • Harry turns the court room into a comedy venue called Harry’s Litigation Lounge for shock comedian Monty Potter to perform. (Season 8 episode It’s Just a Joke)
    • McAnne’s
      • Bar Mac suggests the gang visit after Dan’s memorial service. (Season 6 episode Danny’s Got His Gun, Part 3)
    • Monte Carlo Lounge
      • Restaurant where Mac’s army buddy gets into a fight. (Season 5 episode Mac’s Dilemma)
    • Monty’s
      • Bar where Roz likes to unwind. (Season 5 episode Ladies Night)
    • The Paragon Club
      • Exclusive nightclub where Dan takes Bull. (Season 7 episode Blue Suede Bull)
    • The Port House
      • Bar where the SWAT team was sent by mistake. (Season 6 episode Clip Show)
    • Rocko’s Blunt Instrument Lounge
      • Bar mentioned by the emcee at Monty’s: “Direct from a smash appearance at Rocko’s blunt instrument lounge, the flamenco stylings of the one, the only… El Conquistador!” (Season 5 episode Ladies Night)
    • The Sticky Wicky
      • Nightclub that Dan frequents. (Season 7 episode Branded Part 1)
    • Stinky Slaughterhouse Saloon
      • Bar where Mac sings a medley of Slim Whitman's greatest hits. "Wednesday Stun Your Own Beef Night" (Season 4 episode Change to Baby Talk)
    • Wilbur’s
      • Bar where Harry meets a criminal as part of a government sting operation. (Season 6 episode From Snoop to Nuts Part 1)
  • Beauty Pageants
    • Buffalo Starch Queen
      • Christine passed up the chance to be the Buffalo Starch Queen. (Season 7 episode Razing Bull)
    • Miss Crosstown Bus
      • Dan becomes a judge for the Miss Mass Transit contest, selecting the winner from several other lower contests, including Miss Turnstile, Miss Heliport, Miss Tollbooth, Miss Elevated Platform and Miss Crosstown Bus. (Season 9 episode A New York Story)
    • Miss Elevated Platform
      • Dan becomes a judge for the Miss Mass Transit contest, selecting the winner from several other lower contests, including Miss Turnstile, Miss Heliport, Miss Tollbooth, Miss Elevated Platform and Miss Crosstown Bus. (Season 9 episode A New York Story)
    • Miss Greater Buffalo Beauty Pageant
      • Christine tells the story of when she competed in the Miss Greater Buffalo beauty pageant as Miss North Tonawanda. (Season 8 episode Crossroads Part 1)
    • Miss Heliport
      • Dan becomes a judge for the Miss Mass Transit contest, selecting the winner from several other lower contests, including Miss Turnstile, Miss Heliport, Miss Tollbooth, Miss Elevated Platform and Miss Crosstown Bus. (Season 9 episode A New York Story)
    • Miss Mass Transit
      • Dan becomes a judge for the Miss Mass Transit contest, selecting the winner from several other lower contests, including Miss Turnstile, Miss Heliport, Miss Tollbooth, Miss Elevated Platform and Miss Crosstown Bus. (Season 9 episode A New York Story)
    • Miss North Tonawanda
      • Christine tells the story of when she competed in the Miss Greater Buffalo beauty pageant as Miss North Tonawanda. (Season 8 episode Crossroads Part 1)
    • Miss Tollbooth
      • Dan becomes a judge for the Miss Mass Transit contest, selecting the winner from several other lower contests, including Miss Turnstile, Miss Heliport, Miss Tollbooth, Miss Elevated Platform and Miss Crosstown Bus. (Season 9 episode A New York Story)
    • Miss Turnstile
      • Dan becomes a judge for the Miss Mass Transit contest, selecting the winner from several other lower contests, including Miss Turnstile, Miss Heliport, Miss Tollbooth, Miss Elevated Platform and Miss Crosstown Bus. (Season 9 episode A New York Story)
  • Beverages
    • Moose Juice
      • Eskimo beverage served to Dan, what Dan nicknames Chateau Bullwinkle. (Season 6 episode Danny’s Got His Gun, Part 3)
  • Beverages-Beer
    • Nacional Cerveza
      • Lamp shade in Harry's apartment (Season 3 episode The Apartment)
  • Books-Biography
    • Bull On Bull
      • Bull publishes his autobiography Bull on Bull through vanity publishing house Random Author. (Season 8 episode It’s Just a Joke)
    • Dan Fielding: America’s Luckiest Man
      • Joke Roz makes about Dan getting away with sleeping with the winner of the Miss Mass Transit contest, because he slept with all the candidates. (Season 9 episode A New York Story)
    • The Genius of Barry Manilow
      • Defendants are charged with burning books - all the same book - The Genius of Barry Manilow. Harry fines them $1. (Season 4 episode A Day in the Life)
    • Live and Let Di
      • Princess Di’s fictional autobiography that Christine mentions. (Season 5 episode Chrizzi’s Honor)
  • Books-Children
    • The Adventures of Mother Sullivan and Mr. Dan
      • Dan’s dirty children’s book. (Season 9 episode The System Works)
    • Dr. Death
      • Title of Bull’s children’s book. (Season 4 episode Author, Author)
    • Fleas in Your Trees, No Stasis Please
      • Children’s book by defendant Dr. Wiggle. (Season 6 episode Yet Another Day in the Life)
    • Horton Stomps a Who
      • Children’s book that Roz buys as a gift for Christine’s baby. (Season 7 episode Wedding Bell Blues Part 2)
    • Mommy’s World
      • Christine’s children’s book. (Season 9 episode The System Works)
    • Puff the Flesh Eating Dragon
      • Title of Bull’s children’s book. (Season 4 episode Author, Author)
    • The Snakepit of Chuckie's Mind
      • Title of Bull’s children’s book. (Season 4 episode Author, Author)
  • Books-Fiction
    • Passion Plundered
      • Romance novel by Jessica Carrington. (Season 7 episode Passion Plundered)
  • Books-Instructional
    • Carburetor Repairs Made Easy
      • Book. (Season 9 episode Get Me to the Roof on Time)
    • Channeling the Negative: How to Release Your Anger
      • Book Christine offers Roz, which she rips in half. (Season 8 episode With a Little Help From My Friends)
    • Etiquette Made Easy
      • Book Bull reads. (Season 8 episode Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Houdini Made Easy
      • Book Harry consults to find a way to get him and Christine out of the trick handcuffs. (Season 7 episode Blue Suede Bull)
    • Your Food Is You
      • Book Roz reads to eat healthier. (Season 9 episode Pop Goes the Question)
  • Books-Magic
    • The Finest in Magic: Secrets of the Great Houdini
      • Harry plans to escape from a safe during his Halloween party - but he gets locked in early. He follows instructions in the book “The Finest in Magic: Secrets of the Great Houdini”. The safe is made by the Laporta Safe Company. (Season 5 episode Safe)
    • Magic For Beginners
      • Harry checked out in 1959 and never returned. (Season 7 episode Still Another Day in the Life)
  • Books-Nonfiction
    • Hockey What a Game, Eh?
      • Book Harry reads. (Season 9 episode Puppy Love)
    • Sex: A Necessary Evil
      • A book that answered a lot of questions for Christine. (Season 7 episode My Three Dads)
  • Books-Other
    • Cocktail Waitresses From Hell
      • Leon asks Harry to read him this bedtime story. (Season 3 episode Harry and Leon)
  • Breakfast Cereal
    • Frosted Neon Nuggets Cereal
      • Bull wins the Frosted Neon Nuggets Cereal Little Tikes Golly Gee-O-Rama Sweepstakes, selects the mystery prize - a free toupee. (Season 8 episode To Sleep No More)
    • Zippy Boys
      • Breakfast cereal that promises a free circus whistle in each box. Harry swallows one. (Season 2 episode Inside Harry Stone)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • King Towers
      • Dan goes up against billionaire Jordan King by buying up swampland that King intends to use for his next development initiative The New Jersey Project. When Dan demands too much money, King decides to go with The Delaware Project instead, leaving Dan with worthless swamp land. (Season 7 episode If I Were a Rich Man)
  • Bus Lines
    • Candy’s Bikini Lines
      • Dan charters a Candy’s Bikini Lines luau party bus to take the guys to Bull’s bachelor party at Trump Plaza in Atlantic City. But the bus explodes, and the gang ends up at a trashy motel near the Jersey Turnpike that Harry calls the Dump Plaza. (Season 9 episode Looking for Mr. Shannon)
  • Candy and Sweets
    • Marshmallow Prune Gooey
      • Snack food that Marv mentions - and what killed him. (Season 7 episode Attack of the Mac Snacks)
    • Wade’s Wintergreen
      • Gum advertised on the back of Amateur Parachuting, magazine that Bull reads. "The gum that refreshes" (Season 2 episode Battling Bailiff)
  • Candy Bars
    • Chock Full O Nuts
      • Candy bar. (Season 1 episode Bull's Baby)
    • Chuckles
      • When Dan and Roz get stuck in an elevator with two sumo wrestlers, Dan reveals that he has a Chuckles chocolate bar. (Season 4 episode Earthquake)
  • Car Dealerships
    • Norm’s Auto World
      • Lisette meant to tape Christine’s campaign commercial, but she taped wrong channel - a commercial for Norm’s Auto World. (Season 9 episode P.S. Do I Know You?)
  • Carnivals and Circuses
    • Leningrad Circus
      • Yakov's brother Ivan visits America with the Leningrad Circus, with plans to defect, monitored by a KGB agent who claims to be from the People’s Quality Control Committee, and a CIA agent who claims to be from Smith Wholesale Circus Tent Company. (Season 2 episode World War III)
  • Charities
    • Orphaned Children Hospital Fund
      • Bull donates $5 in Harry’s name to the Orphaned Children Hospital Fund. (Season 2 episode The Birthday Visitor)
    • The Phil Foundation
      • When Phil dies, Dan becomes the administrator for his charitable organization. (Season 8 episode Mama Was a Rollin' Stone)
    • Sisters of the Flag
      • Christine’s new campaign commercial with subliminal dirty movie shots from Beauty and the Priest earns her new male voters, but she loses support from females. The Sisters of the Flag cancel her speech, and the Amish Girls Club of Manhattan calls off their fundraising quilting bee. (Season 9 episode P.S. Do I Know You?)
    • Toys For Toddlers
      • Charity that Roz mentions in her childhood story. (Season 6 episode The Night Court Before Christmas)
  • Chemical Companies
    • Sunrise Chemical
      • A disgruntled employee of Sunrise Chemical accidentally releases a potential deadly chemical into the courtroom, causing a lockdown. (Season 8 episode Crossroads Part 1)
  • Chips and Crackers
    • Mac Snacks
      • Harry and Mac go into business together selling snack food. (Season 7 episode Attack of the Mac Snacks)
  • Churches, Religions and Religious Organizations
    • Community of Hope
      • Church soliciting donations at the courthouse. (Season 7 episode Blue Suede Bull)
    • Our Lady of the Edible Undergarments
      • Dan joke. When hooker Roxy claims she was on her way to church when they nabbed her, Dan asks where she worships - Our Lady of the Edible Undergarments? (Season 7 episode Blue Suede Bull)
    • St. Genevieve’s
      • A an old lady defendant comes before the court for murder after attending Bingo Night at St. Genevieve’s church. (Season 9 episode 1992 Boat Show)
    • St. Raymond's
      • Monastery where a defendant lives and took an oath of silence. (Season 4 episode A Day in the Life)
    • The Church Of Ralph
      • Defendant Ralph Kremski started his own religion. (Season 2 episode The Computer Kid)
  • Cities and Towns - Joke
    • Good Luckville
      • Joke Bull makes when giving his friends a chain letter, saying he’s got “Tickets to the train to Good Luckville” (Season 9 episode My Life as a Dog Lawyer)
    • Soprano City
      • Patty Dougla' father tells Dan: "If I find out you slept with her, it’s Soprano City." (Season 2 episode Married Alive)
  • Cities and Towns - U.S.
    • Paris, Indiana
      • Dan’s hometown is Paris, Louisiana. His grandfather named it after where he was stationed during the war - Paris, Indiana. (Season 2 episode Dan’s Parents)
    • Paris, Louisiana
      • Dan’s hometown is Paris, Louisiana. His grandfather named it after where he was stationed during the war - Paris, Indiana. (Season 2 episode Dan’s Parents)
  • Classes
    • Acting Out Your Sexual Fantasies Improv
      • Class the woman that Dan hits on at Christine’s party mentions. (Season 8 episode Alone Again, Naturally)
    • Aerobics For Lovers
      • Class the woman that Dan hits on at Christine’s party mentions. (Season 8 episode Alone Again, Naturally)
    • How to Make Love to a Real Man
      • Class the woman that Dan hits on at Christine’s party mentions. (Season 8 episode Alone Again, Naturally)
    • Sensitivity Therapy Encounter
      • Roz is sent to anger management class. (Season 5 episode Jung and the Restless)
  • Clothing and Accessories
    • El Dorado
      • Bull wins the Frosted Neon Nuggets Cereal Little Tikes Golly Gee-O-Rama Sweepstakes, selects the mystery prize - a free toupee. Options include the El Dorado, the Shatner Turbo 2000 and The Shemp. Bull chooses the Shatner Turbo 2000. (Season 8 episode To Sleep No More)
    • Royal Wear Underwear
      • Mac becomes an underwear model for Royal Wear Underwear. “Underwear fit for a king, but priced for a peasant.” Dan loves the “Barely There” collection. A representative from the company mentions the Lunar Bloomers worn by the astronauts on the moon mission. (Season 9 episode Undressed for Success)
    • Royal Wear Underwear Barely There Collection
      • Mac becomes an underwear model for Royal Wear Underwear. “Underwear fit for a king, but priced for a peasant.” Dan loves the “Barely There” collection. A representative from the company mentions the Lunar Bloomers worn by the astronauts on the moon mission. (Season 9 episode Undressed for Success)
    • Royal Wear Underwear Lunar Bloomers
      • Mac becomes an underwear model for Royal Wear Underwear. “Underwear fit for a king, but priced for a peasant.” Dan loves the “Barely There” collection. A representative from the company mentions the Lunar Bloomers worn by the astronauts on the moon mission. (Season 9 episode Undressed for Success)
    • Shatner Turbo 2000
      • Bull wins the Frosted Neon Nuggets Cereal Little Tikes Golly Gee-O-Rama Sweepstakes, selects the mystery prize - a free toupee. Options include the El Dorado, the Shatner Turbo 2000 and The Shemp. Bull chooses the Shatner Turbo 2000. (Season 8 episode To Sleep No More)
    • The Shemp
      • Bull wins the Frosted Neon Nuggets Cereal Little Tikes Golly Gee-O-Rama Sweepstakes, selects the mystery prize - a free toupee. Options include the El Dorado, the Shatner Turbo 2000 and The Shemp. Bull chooses the Shatner Turbo 2000. (Season 8 episode To Sleep No More)
  • Clothing Stores
    • The Colonial Headshot
      • Wig shop where Harry buys wigs for him and Bull. (Season 5 episode The Constitution Part 1)
    • The Hair Bazaar
      • Store a defendant mentions, where he plans to purchase a new toupee, until Bull convinces him otherwise. (Season 2 episode The Computer Kid)
    • Spandex For Less
      • Bernie asks Florence out on a date. She suggests the Steak and Brew restaurant and tells him to wear something tight, so he goes to Spandex for Less. (Season 3 episode Dan’s Boss)
    • Wimberly Wigs
      • Company that provides the Bull with his new toupee after he wins the Frosted Neon Nuggets Cereal Little Tikes Golly Gee-O-Rama Sweepstakes. (Season 8 episode To Sleep No More)
  • Clowns
    • Mr. Froufrou
      • Clown charged with gambling, disorderly conduct, inviting a riot, attempted assault, attacking an officer and resisting arrest. (Season 1 episode Wonder Drugs)
  • Coffee Shops
    • Blumberg's Coffee Shop
      • An old man that claims to be God was arrested for vandalizing Blumberg's Coffee Shop after he was refused an egg salad sandwich. (Season 1 episode Death Threat)
    • Lil Bit of Tunis
      • 24 hour Moroccan coffee shop at the motel where the gang ends up on Bull’s bachelor party. (Season 9 episode Looking for Mr. Shannon)
  • Colleges
    • City College
      • Local college a defendant mentions. (Season 6 episode Harry and the Tramp)
    • Ed Koch Community College
      • Harry becomes a law professor. (Season 9 episode The System Works)
      • Harry is now the faculty advisor, assisting with The Harpoon, the Ed Koch Community College humor magazine. (Season 9 episode Shave and a Haircut)
    • Manhattan City College
      • Bull enters his children's book Puff the Flesh Eating Dragon in Manhattan City College's children's book contest. (Season 4 episode Author, Author)
  • Competitions
    • Best Buns in New York Contest
      • Contest featured in The Harpoon, the Ed Koch Community College humor magazine. (Season 9 episode Shave and a Haircut)
    • Little Tikes Golly Gee-O-Rama Sweepstakes
      • Bull wins the Frosted Neon Nuggets Cereal Little Tikes Golly Gee-O-Rama Sweepstakes, selects the mystery prize - a free toupee. (Season 8 episode To Sleep No More)
  • Conditions and Diseases
    • Scoliosis-itis
      • Joke Christine makes, trying to come up with a real sounding disease. (Season 9 episode Guess Who’s Listening to Dinner)
    • Tortoise Nervosa
      • Condition of a defendant that… moves… very… slowly. (Season 6 episode Yet Another Day in the Life)
  • Construction Companies
    • Dan Fieldco
      • Dan’s development company in Herb’s alternate timeline. (Season 8 episode Hey Harry, F'Crying Out Loud--It Is a Wonderful Life... Sorta)
    • Fletco Development
      • The Velasco theater, an old movie theater is being torn down by Fletco Development, of which Dan is an investor. Harry works with the Velasco Preservation Society to save it. Bull says he used to work there as an usher, but then later remembers it was actually The Majestic. Its used to be a Vaudeville house in the 1920s. (Season 7 episode Razing Bull)
    • King Properties
      • Dan goes up against billionaire Jordan King by buying up swampland that King intends to use for his next development initiative The New Jersey Project. When Dan demands too much money, King decides to go with The Delaware Project instead, leaving Dan with worthless swamp land. (Season 7 episode If I Were a Rich Man)
  • Convenience Stores and Gas Stations
    • Marv’s Metro Mini-mart
      • Convenience store chain owner that Harry and Mac meet with to sell him their Mac Snack product. (Season 7 episode Attack of the Mac Snacks)
    • Midtown Speedy Mart
      • An employee of Midtown Speedy Mart appears in court for skimming money from the till. (Season 1 episode Quadrangle of Love)
  • Conventions and Seminars
    • Dragon Jamboree
      • In Bull's children's book, Bull's character Bully the dragon goes to live with others of his kind at the Dragon Jamboree. (Season 4 episode Author, Author)
    • Lower Manhattan Quilting Symposium
      • Event that Harry attends with Christine. (Season 8 episode Harry’s Fifteen Minutes)
    • Tri-State Legal Symposium
      • Harry bombs with his comedy act at the Tri-State Legal Symposium at the Hotel Leroi. (Season 8 episode To Sleep No More)
  • Cookies
    • Mystic Mint
      • Dan steals an entire box of cookies from a generic "Girl Scout". (Season 3 episode The Wheels of Justice Part 1)
  • Corporations
    • Mac Robinson Enterprises
      • When Mac inherits a lot of money from his grandfather, he creates his own corporation. (Season 5 episode Mac’s Millions)
  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • Dr. Charles Melnick
      • Rock star Eddie's psychotherapist. (Season 3 episode Up on the Roof)
    • Dr. Deleon
      • Mrs. Sanders therapist. (Season 6 episode Educating Rhoda)
    • Dr. Dumont
      • Buddy’s doctor that thinks he’s a dog. (Season 6 episode From Snoop to Nuts Part 1)
    • Dr. Lawrence Osborne
      • A group of patients from Morningdale Psychiatric Hospital take a cab, but are unable to party the fair. Their doctor Dr. Lawrence Osborne arrives to retrieve them. (Season 2 episode Nuts About Harry)
    • Dr. Peter Green
      • It turns out that the Redfield's Department Store Santa's real name is John Stevens, and he's a patient of Dr. Peter Green at the Winwood Psychiatric Center. (Season 1 episode Santa Goes Downtown)
    • Dr. Zuckerman
      • Christine and Tony’s marriage counselor. (Season 8 episode Day Court)
  • Countries
    • Buldavia
      • Some defendants before the court claim diplomatic immunity because they are exiled royalty from Buldavia, near Yugoslavia, known for being unknown. (Season 7 episode Passion Plundered)
    • Himalfadonia
      • Mac shares an article in the Enquiring Star newspaper about a group of religious zealots, whose god looks just like Bull. Most of them live in A country called Himalfadonia, but there are a few in Manhattan. (Season 8 episode A Night Court at the Opera)
    • Rogash
      • The ambassador from Rogash comes before the court. A tiny, obscure European nation that possesses nuclear weapons and missiles supplied by the US government in exchange for maintaining a listening post to spy on Switzerland. (Season 9 episode My Life as a Dog Lawyer)
  • Criminal Organizations
    • Up with People
      • Militant splinter faction. The hostage negotiators were tied up with rope and held hostage by the militant splinter faction known as Up With People. (Season 3 episode The Mugger)
  • Dating, Escort and Sex Services
    • Anything Goes Agency
      • Bull hires Dan an exotic dancer. (Season 2 episode Married Alive)
    • Boys Are Us Escort Service
      • Dan takes a second job as a male companion. (Season 3 episode Dan's Escort)
    • Bubba’s Pleasure Palace
      • Adult store that Dan visits. (Season 6 episode Educating Rhoda)
    • Wanda's Whip Emporium
      • Business card that Dan carries around. (Season 4 episode The Next Voice You Hear...)
  • Department, Discount and General Stores
    • Arnold’s Army Surplus Store
      • A defendant stole merchandise from this army surplus store. (Season 3 episode The Mugger)
    • Redfield's Department Store
      • It turns out that the Redfield's Department Store Santa's real name is John Stevens, and he's a patient of Dr. Peter Green at the Winwood Psychiatric Center. (Season 1 episode Santa Goes Downtown)
    • Youngman’s
      • Department store that fires their human Santa and replaces him with a machine. The fired Santa escapes from holding and takes an hostage. (Season 9 episode Santa on the Lam)
  • Doctors
    • Doctor Bob
      • Doctor that Roz buys for $800 in the charity bachelor auction. (Season 8 episode Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Dr. Flick
      • Dan’s doctor. (Season 4 episode Dan’s Operation Part 1)
    • Dr. Gordon Mooney
      • Bush doctor that helps the Eskimos that rescue Dan. (Season 6 episode Danny’s Got His Gun, Part 2)
    • Dr. Ibuty
      • Bull’s cousin Ralph’s doctor, where he takes Bull when he accidentally shoots himself in the foot. (Season 7 episode I Said Dance!)
    • Dr. Leonard Freedman
      • Mel Torme’s doctor. (Season 6 episode Strange Bedfellows)
    • Dr. Seidelman
      • Doctor mentioned over the PA when Harry goes to the hospital. (Season 2 episode Inside Harry Stone)
    • Dr. Townsend
      • Roz’s doctor. (Season 5 episode The Constitution Part 1)
  • Drugstores
    • Spragg’s Pharmacy
      • Dan’s luggage for his trip to Jamaica is a little bag from Spragg’s Pharmacy. (Season 5 episode Let it Snow)
  • Electronics
    • The Immaculate Contraption
      • Bull respond to a virginity restoration ad in Groom’s Quarterly magazine that uses a device called The Immaculate Contraption to re-flower you. (Season 9 episode Teacher’s Pet)
  • Electronics Stores
    • Yahoo Yakov’s, the Czar of Used Appliances
      • Yakov’s appliance store. “Best prices in New York, and that’s no Bolshevik!” (Season 7 episode The Glastnost Menagerie)
  • Electronics-Audio and Video
    • VU-325 Recorder
      • Tape recorder that the government tapes to Harry’s chest for his conversation with a criminal. (Season 6 episode From Snoop to Nuts Part 1)
  • Entertainment for Hire
    • Malcom The Human Oddity
      • Carnival sideshow performer that Harry mentions, with two complete faces on one head. (Season 1 episode The Eye of the Beholder)
  • Fairs, Festivals and Parades
    • The Cloven Hoof Festival
      • Joke Dan makes about Harry's vacation. (Season 4 episode The New Judge)
  • Fast Food-Burgers
    • Burger Barn
      • Fast food restaurant where Dan’s date works. (Season 8 episode Jail Bait)
  • Food
    • Romanofski Royale
      • When Mac inherits a lot of money from his grandfather, he buys very expensive caviar for Christine. (Season 5 episode Mac’s Millions)
  • Food Companies
    • Farmer Frank Inc.
      • Dan’s sister Donna is Vice President. (Season 8 episode A Family Affair Part 1)
    • Tri-State Industrial Food and Chemical Products, Inc.
      • The 18th floor cafeteria’s parent company. (Season 9 episode Pop Goes the Question)
  • Fraternities and Sororities
    • Delta Pi
      • Fraternity that Dan's old friend Chip - now Charlene - mentions. (Season 3 episode Best of Friends)
  • Games
    • Bobbing For Anchovies
      • Game at Harry's Halloween party. (Season 3 episode Halloween, Too)
    • Pin the Tail On Barry Manilow
      • Game at Harry's Halloween party. (Season 3 episode Halloween, Too)
    • Supreme Court Opinion Charades
      • Game at Harry's Halloween party. (Season 3 episode Halloween, Too)
  • Gangs
    • Sickle and Skull
      • Flo’s Motorcycle gang. (Season 3 episode Dan’s Boss)
  • Gift Shops
    • Ike's Novelty Company
      • Mario Eisenhower from Ike's Novelty Company delivers comedy body parts for Harry's Halloween party. (Season 3 episode Halloween, Too)
    • Manny’s Witchcraft Hut
      • Harry buys a voodoo doll at Manny’s Witchcraft Hut. (Season 3 episode Monkey Business)
  • Goverment-Local
    • Juvenile Services Bureau
      • Fictional government agency that handles children of the state - in this case, Leon's foster parent and adoption situation. (Season 3 episode Leon, We Hardly Knew Ye)
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • People’s Quality Control Committee
      • Yakov's brother Ivan visits America with the Leningrad Circus, with plans to defect, monitored by a KGB agent who claims to be from the People’s Quality Control Committee, and a CIA agent who claims to be from Smith Wholesale Circus Tent Company. (Season 2 episode World War III)
  • Gun Stores
    • Shoot N’ Save
      • Fake gun store, joke Dan makes about why Roz is in such a good mood - there’s an ammo sale at Shoot n’ Save. (Season 5 episode Ladies Night)
  • Health Clubs, Massage and Spa Services
    • Eastside Athletic Club
      • Dan wants a free membership to the Eastside Athletic Club. (Season 9 episode 1992 Boat Show)
  • Home Furnishing Products
    • Yoohoo Suitcase
      • Defendant VHK-937, who believes himself to be from the future, reveals that he used to be an inventor named Leon Minsk that invented the Yoohoo Suitcase, with a voice in the handle so you won’t lose it. (Season 7 episode Futureman)
  • Home Furnishing Stores
    • Hot Tub Heaven
      • Hot tub store. (Season 3 episode Harry and Leon)
    • Shuster’s Toilet and Plumbing Supplies
      • Company Mac mentions when reading the newspaper that's celebrating the birthday of the Constitution. (Season 5 episode The Constitution Part 1)
  • Hospitals
    • The Phil Sanders Memorial Free Clinic
      • New project Dan developers for the Phil Foundation. (Season 8 episode Where There’s a Will, there’s a Tony Part 1)
    • Westside Hospital
      • Hospital where the Spirit of Death used to work as a doctor. (Season 8 episode Death Takes a Halloween)
  • Hospitals-Mental Health
    • Morningdale Psychiatric Hospital
      • A group of patients from Morningdale Psychiatric Hospital take a cab, but are unable to party the fair. Their doctor Dr. Lawrence Osborne arrives to retrieve them. (Season 2 episode Nuts About Harry)
    • Winwood Psychiatric Center
      • It turns out that the Redfield's Department Store Santa's real name is John Stevens, and he's a patient of Dr. Peter Green at the Winwood Psychiatric Center. (Season 1 episode Santa Goes Downtown)
  • Housing-Other
    • King Resorts
      • Dan goes up against billionaire Jordan King by buying up swampland that King intends to use for his next development initiative The New Jersey Project. When Dan demands too much money, King decides to go with The Delaware Project instead, leaving Dan with worthless swamp land. (Season 7 episode If I Were a Rich Man)
  • Ice Cream and Frozen Yogurt Flavors
    • Chocolate Sauerkraut Swirl
      • Flavor of German ice cream that Bull sells from his Fruzen Schnitzel cart. (Season 8 episode Day Court)
  • Ice Cream and Yogurt Shops
    • Fruzen Schnitzel
      • Bull’s day job - selling German ice cream. (Season 8 episode Day Court)
  • Industrial Companies
    • Myerson Industries
      • Dan dates Angelica, the merry widow of the multimillionaire Herbert W. Myerson. (Season 8 episode A Family Affair Part 1)
  • Islands
    • Cabo San Cabo
      • Dan is called up for National Guard duty - he thinks he’s going to be sent into a war zone, so he fakes an injury. He was actually going to be sent to the island of Cabo San Cabo for Operation Sunscreen, a weekend with a hot superior officer. But when she finds out he was trying to get out of service, she sends him to Alaska instead. (Season 5 episode Danny’s Got His Gun, Part 1)
    • Kepua
      • Tatiana: I'm Tatiana, princess of Kepua.
        Dan Fielding: Hi, I'm Dan. King of hanky panky.
        (Season 4 episode Prince of a Guy)
    • San Chi Chi
      • Dan’s vacation location - Caribbean resort catering exclusively to the sexually hyperactive. (Season 7 episode Branded Part 2)
  • Jewelry Stores
    • Barton Jewelry Store
      • Harry's "mother" threw a brick through the Barton Jewelry Store window. (Season 1 episode Welcome Back, Momma)
  • Laws and Statutes
    • Harry Stone’s Rule #1
      • Only a yellow belly tries to do himself in when the going gets tough. (Season 5 episode Who Was that Mashed Man?)
    • Ranger Rule #6
      • No speaking with a forked tongue. (Season 5 episode Who Was that Mashed Man?)
  • Legal Services
    • Corben, Fulton and Nordic
      • Dan interviews for a new job. (Season 5 episode No Hard Feelings)
    • Pete Petey Peterson
      • Personal injury claims lawyer that represents the woman claiming to have had Dan's child. (Season 4 episode Paternity)
    • Taylor, Wood & Johnson
      • Most prestigious law form in New York that offers Dan a job - and sets him up for disbarment. (Season 7 episode Branded Part 1)
    • Williams, Ketcham and Stern
      • Law firm that offers Harry job - and Dan later mentions. (Season 9 episode Opportunity Knock-Knocks Part 1)
  • Lodging-Hotels
    • El Raunch-o Hotel
      • Adult motel where the gang calls, looking for Dan. Closed on Mondays to hose down. (Season 6 episode Educating Rhoda)
    • Hotel Leroi
      • Location of the charity bachelor auction. (Season 8 episode Can't Buy Me Love)
      • Harry bombs with his comedy act at the Tri-State Legal Symposium at the Hotel Leroi. (Season 8 episode To Sleep No More)
    • Stain Hotel
      • Adult motel where the gang calls, looking for Dan. Christine initially thinks it’s the St. Ain Hotel. (Season 6 episode Educating Rhoda)
  • Lodging-Motels
    • Astro Motel
      • Motel Dan proposes to the twin groupies - but they have a date with Bull. (Season 3 episode Up on the Roof)
    • Go Yankees Motel
      • The Readers were staying at the Go Yankees Motel based on an ad they saw in Knuckleball magazine, what turns out to be an X-rated motel. (Season 2 episode Walk, Don’t Wheel)
    • Hung Jury Motel
      • Joke Dan makes when Harry's new girlfriend declares she just had the most amazing experience: Little nooner at the Hung Jury Motel? (Season 3 episode Halloween, Too)
    • Rudy’s Top and Bop Motel
      • Motel Dan mentions. (Season 9 episode Opportunity Knock-Knocks Part 2)
  • Lodging-Other
    • Barney’s Bed and Bubble
      • Hotel with in-room jacuzzis that Dan frequents. (Season 9 episode Guess Who’s Listening to Dinner)
    • Chateau Libido
      • Hotel Dan suggests. (Season 4 episode The Next Voice You Hear...)
    • Dump Plaza
      • Dan charters a Candy’s Bikini Lines luau party bus to take the guys to Bull’s bachelor party at Trump Plaza in Atlantic City. But the bus explodes, and the gang ends up at a trashy motel near the Jersey Turnpike that Harry calls the Dump Plaza. (Season 9 episode Looking for Mr. Shannon)
    • Ed’s Travel Lodge
      • Harry makes a reservation for his vacation. (Season 4 episode The New Judge)
    • Marcel’s Dude Ranch
      • Place in France that Bull suggests for Harry’s honeymoon. “It’s just like Texas.” (Season 8 episode Alone Again, Naturally)
    • Royal Plaza
      • George invites Christine to dinner at the Royal Plaza hotel. (Season 6 episode The Law Club)
  • Magazines-Adult
    • The Bimbos of Brazil
      • Dan's magazine. (Season 3 episode Harry and Leon)
    • Mystique
      • The only things the eskimoes that rescue Dan Dan Fielding found with him were a flare gun and an adult magazine called Mystique. (Season 6 episode Danny’s Got His Gun, Part 2)
    • The Nymphos of Norway
      • Reading material Dan is given for this sperm donation. "The Bible of the industry" (Season 4 episode Murder)
    • Stud Magazine
      • A couple getting married find themselves at Night Court when nude pictures of the bride are distributed at the wedding, naked photos from the April 1980 issue of Stud magazine. (Season 1 episode The Former Harry Stone)
  • Magazines-Entertainment
    • The Harpoon
      • Ed Koch Community College humor magazine. (Season 9 episode Shave and a Haircut)
  • Magazines-Other
    • Design Digest
      • Magazine Harry consults when remodeling his office. (Season 9 episode Poker? I Hardly Knew Her)
    • Drawn and Quarterly
      • Harry Stone: Well, I guess the next step is obvious.
        Bull Shannon: Right. We kill him. Then we rip his face off. Then we put it back on upside down.
        Harry Stone: You subscribe to Drawn and Quarterly, don't you?
        (Season 4 episode Caught Red Handed)
    • Groom’s Quarterly
      • 
Magazine Bull buys to help him with his wedding. (Season 9 episode Teacher’s Pet)
    • Hit Me!
      • Magazine Dan reads. (Season 3 episode Dan’s Boss)
    • Jazz World
      • Magazine Harry buys at the newsstand. (Season 6 episode Harry and the Tramp)
  • Magazines-Sports
    • Amateur Parachuting
      • Magazine that Bull reads. (Season 2 episode Battling Bailiff)
    • Knuckleball
      • The Readers were staying at the Go Yankees Motel based on an ad they saw in Knuckleball magazine, what turns out to be an X-rated motel. (Season 2 episode Walk, Don’t Wheel)
  • Magicians
    • The Amazing Harry
      • Harry performs a magic show at Dan's surprise birthday party, cutting Christine in half. (Season 3 episode The Apartment)
    • The Fabulous Falcone
      • Harry meets The Fabulous Falcone, a famous magician that he idolized as a kid. He even had his magic kit. (Season 3 episode Could This Be Magic?)
  • Makeup and Perfume
    • Bolshevik Uprising
      • Perfume that Harry’s new Russian girlfriend wears. (Season 5 episode Russkie Business)
    • Bunny Faye Cosmetics
      • Quon Lee becomes a Bunny Faye girl, selling cosmetics. But when she gets sick, Mac has to host her makeup party at work. (Season 7 episode If I Were a Rich Man)
    • Cantel Cosmetics
      • Lisette starts selling cosmetics. “So swell, you can’t tell you have them on” and “Why smell like Hell when you can smell like Cantel?” (Season 9 episode Poker? I Hardly Knew Her)
    • Lust Weekend
      • Perfume made by Bunny Faye Cosmetics. (Season 7 episode If I Were a Rich Man)
    • Mizzola
      • Captivating fragrance that Dan's friend Sheila is wearing. (Season 4 episode A Day in the Life)
    • No Surrender
      • Perfume made by Bunny Faye Cosmetics. (Season 7 episode If I Were a Rich Man)
    • Pagan Holiday
      • Perfume made by Bunny Faye Cosmetics. (Season 7 episode If I Were a Rich Man)
    • Shepherd’s Mystery
      • Bull’s new cologne. (Season 8 episode Attachments Included)
    • Summer’s Blossom Eye Shadow
      • Bunny Faye Cosmetics product that Mac sells at Quon Lee’s makeup party. (Season 7 episode If I Were a Rich Man)
  • Manufacturing Companies
    • Smith Wholesale Circus Tent Company
      • Yakov's brother Ivan visits America with the Leningrad Circus, with plans to defect, monitored by a KGB agent who claims to be from the People’s Quality Control Committee, and a CIA agent who claims to be from Smith Wholesale Circus Tent Company. (Season 2 episode World War III)
  • Medical Companies
    • Greater Manhattan Sperm Bank
      • Dan sells his sperm. "Give a hoot - bear some fruit" (Season 4 episode Murder)
  • Medical Devices
    • The Home Root Canal Kit
      • Harry meets a suicidal man, a failed inventor, when he prepares to perform his outrageous stunt. Gus mentions several of his failed inventions, including The Pocket Aquarium, Toe Floss and The Home Root Canal Kit. (Season 5 episode Her Honor Part 4)
  • Menu Items
    • Chef’s Surprise
      • Menu option in the cafeteria that does’t sit well with Harry. (Season 5 episode Russkie Business)
    • Deja Vu
      • The gang goes down to Le Petit Patois, the restaurant at 88th and Madison in New York, where Dan’s working as a waiter. Dan tells them to pretend to order so his boss doesn’t kick them out. Harry orders Vichyssoise and the Deja Vu. Bull orders the Insides of a large animal. (Season 7 episode Branded Part 2)
    • Filet of Law Text
      • Harry Stone: Was Filet of Law Text on the cafeteria menu this evening? (Season 9 episode Teacher’s Pet)
    • Goop Du Jour
      • Joke Dan makes after asking Judge Eve Gardner what she's having for dinner and she opens her mouth to show him. (Season 4 episode Contempt of Courting)
    • Insides of a Large Animal
      • The gang goes down to Le Petit Patois, the restaurant at 88th and Madison in New York, where Dan’s working as a waiter. Dan tells them to pretend to order so his boss doesn’t kick them out. Harry orders Vichyssoise and the Deja Vu. Bull orders the Insides of a large animal. (Season 7 episode Branded Part 2)
    • Patty Meltdown
      • Joke Dan makes about the Chef’s Surprise menu option in the cafeteria when Christine compares it to nuclear waste. (Season 5 episode Russkie Business)
    • Peanut Butter and Jellyfish
      • When Bull asks Roz if she wants a bite of his squid salad sandwich in the cafeteria, she says declines, saying just had a peanut butter and jellyfish. (Season 5 episode The Constitution Part 1)
    • Squid Salad Sandwich
      • When Bull asks Roz if she wants a bite of his squid salad sandwich in the cafeteria, she says declines, saying just had a peanut butter and jellyfish. (Season 5 episode The Constitution Part 1)
    • Tammy a la Mattress
      • Joke Mac makes about Dan’s date as a dinner entree. (Season 9 episode Puppy Love)
    • The Ted Sandwich
      • Menu item in the cafeteria, named for Christine’s replacement while she was on maternity leave. (Season 8 episode A Family Affair Part 1)
    • The Tongue Sandwich
      • Miss Crosstown Bus mentions having a sandwich named after her at the Port Authority, and Roz jokes that it must the be the Tongue Sandwich. (Season 9 episode A New York Story)
  • Menu Items-Drinks
    • The America’s Cup
      • Drink served at The Schooner, the fish and chips restaurant where Buddy works that comes in 8 and 12 ounce sizes. (Season7 episode For Love or Money)
    • Hideaway Special
      • Roz’s usual - mixed drink at Monty’s. (Season 5 episode Ladies Night)
    • Seafood Slurpee
      • Joke Christine makes about a new drink at The Schooner, the fish and chips restaurant where Buddy works. (Season7 episode For Love or Money)
    • Uncle Harry’s Famous Yule Tide Grog
      • Festive holiday drink that Harry makes. (Season 6 episode The Night Court Before Christmas)
    • Vodka Zombie Punch
      • Candy’s Bikini Lines, the bus that Dan charters to take the guys to Bull’s bachelor party features sand on the floor, flaming tiki torches and complimentary Vodka Zombie Punch, which according to Mac tastes like pineapple juice and turpentine. According to Dan, two sips and you can raise the dead. (Season 9 episode Looking for Mr. Shannon)
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • Gelding Grip
      • Harry and the gang’s childhood hero The Red Ranger had a secret gelding grip. (Season 5 episode Who Was that Mashed Man?)
  • Movie Theaters
    • The Majestic
      • The Velasco theater, an old movie theater is being torn down by Fletco Development, of which Dan is an investor. Harry works with the Velasco Preservation Society to save it. Bull says he used to work there as an usher, but then later remembers it was actually The Majestic. Its used to be a Vaudeville house in the 1920s. (Season 7 episode Razing Bull)
    • Velasco
      • The Velasco theater, an old movie theater is being torn down by Fletco Development, of which Dan is an investor. Harry works with the Velasco Preservation Society to save it. Bull says he used to work there as an usher, but then later remembers it was actually The Majestic. Its used to be a Vaudeville house in the 1920s. (Season 7 episode Razing Bull)
  • Movies
    • Hercules Unchained
      • Movie Roz mentions. (Season 5 episode Ladies Night)
  • Movies-Documentary
    • Connubial Fusion
      • Mac turns his footage of Bull and Wanda’s wedding into a feature length art film. (Season 9 episode Party Girl Part 1)
      • Mac’s art film of Bull and Wanda’s wedding plays at the The Waverly Theater, attracting a cult following similar to The Rocky Horror Picture Show. “A frightening and exhilarating 90 minute journey through a warped tunnel of love”.
    • Reflection On An Election
      • Mac makes a video about Christine’s election, which he plans to call “Reflection on an Election”, which Roz jokes/threatens could be called “Concussion on a Convention”. (Season 9 episode Opportunity Knock-Knocks Part 1)
    • Women in Politics: the New Female Mud Wrestling
      • Mac’s next feature after Connubial Fusion. (Season 9 episode Party Girl Part 2)
  • Movies-Horror
    • I Dismember Mama
      • Harry's foster kid Leon asks for money to see a movie. He wants to see Massacre at Hacksaw High and I Dismember Mama. Harry suggests Bambi instead, before realizing it's actually Bambi: Goddess of Lust. (Season 3 episode Leon, We Hardly Knew Ye)
    • Massacre At Hacksaw High
      • Harry's foster kid Leon asks for money to see a movie. He wants to see Massacre at Hacksaw High and I Dismember Mama. Harry suggests Bambi instead, before realizing it's actually Bambi: Goddess of Lust. (Season 3 episode Leon, We Hardly Knew Ye)
  • Movies-Porn
    • Bambi: Goddess of Lust
      • Harry's foster kid Leon asks for money to see a movie. He wants to see Massacre at Hacksaw High and I Dismember Mama. Harry suggests Bambi instead, before realizing it's actually Bambi: Goddess of Lust. (Season 3 episode Leon, We Hardly Knew Ye)
    • Beauty and the Priest
      • Christine’s new campaign commercial with subliminal dirty movie shots from Beauty and the Priest earns her new male voters, but she loses support from females. The Sisters of the Flag cancel her speech, and the Amish Girls Club of Manhattan calls off their fundraising quilting bee. (Season 9 episode P.S. Do I Know You?)
    • Bi-Anxiety
      • Adult film inspired by High Anxiety. (Season 6 episode Harry and the Tramp)
    • Debbie Does Kepua
      • Dan wants to film a documentary on the island of Kepua - an extensive study of the history, customs, culture of the people. (Season 4 episode Prince of a Guy)
    • Eazy Rider
      • Pornographic movie. (Season 1 episode The Eye of the Beholder)
    • The Empire Gets Lucky
      • Adult film inspired by Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back. (Season 6 episode Harry and the Tramp)
    • On Golden Blonde
      • Pornographic film playing in his client's hotel room. (Season 3 episode Dan's Escort)
    • Retirement Home of Lust
      • For Valentine’s Day, Bernie buys Selma a videotape machine and a copy of Retirement Home of Lust. (Season 2 episode Billie’s Valentine)
    • Sex Kittens Go to Mars
      • Movie Dan recommends to Harry. (Season 4 episode Rabid)
    • Sexpionage
      • Dirty move Dan has Will bring to Bull’s bachelor party, featuring spy Bondage, Jane Bondage. (Season 9 episode Looking for Mr. Shannon)
    • Some Like It Wet
      • Pornographic film playing in his client's hotel room. (Season 3 episode Dan's Escort)
    • Spank Me Doctor
      • Dan was supposed to return to the video store 2 weeks ago. (Season 7 episode A Closer Look)
    • Stud Wars
      • Movie “Starring Dan Fielding” on the old Velasco movie theater marquee Dan jokes about using as a nightlight. (Season 7 episode Razing Bull)
    • Throbbing Hood
      • Dirty movie Dan mentions. (Season 9 episode Opportunity Knock-Knocks Part 2)
    • Wetside Story
      • Adult film inspired by Westside Story. (Season 6 episode Harry and the Tramp)
    • Wild Stewardesses
      • Joke Dan makes to Billie, telling her about his collection of art films, claiming he's got them all, tells her to name one. She says Wild Strawberries by Ingmar Bergman. He says he's got it - five young women share a condo in Fort Lauderdale. No wait, that's Wild Stewardesses. (Season 2 episode Billie and the Cat)
  • Movies-Science Fiction
    • Zorro Vs. the Rat People
      • Title in Harry’s movie collection. (Season 5 episode Who Was that Mashed Man?)
  • Moving, Delivery, Shipping and Storage
    • Triboro Movers Inc.
      • Moving uniforms Harry gives the gang when they come to pick up their checks. (Season 8 episode Attachments Included)
  • Museums
    • The New York Museum of Belts
      • Museum where Bull takes Yakov’s father when he visits New York City. (Season 7 episode The Glastnost Menagerie)
  • Musicians
    • Eddie Devon
      • Christine gets concert tickets for rock and roll star Eddie Devon, performing at Madison square garden. (Season 3 episode Up on the Roof)
    • The Expectations
      • Roz’s husband Eugene’s band The Expectations played her prom band. (Season 9 episode Puppy Love)
    • Hoop Shuffleman and the Dixie Daredevils
      • When Mac inherits a lot of money from his grandfather, he hires a band to play music for Harry for 24 hours. (Season 5 episode Mac’s Millions)
    • Jennifer Black
      • Harry meets rock star Jennifer Black on a TV talk show. (Season 1 episode Harry and the Rock Star)
    • Rambo Tabernacle Choir
      • Joke Dan makes about nuns who attack somebody. (Season 6 episode The Night Court Before Christmas)
    • Star Lights
      • Mac’s old acapela singing group that used to perform at the Velasco Theater. (Season 7 episode Razing Bull)
  • News Articles
    • The Flush Heard Round the World
      • Article by Leon's adoptive father Dudley about the Ancient Romans building the first modern sewage transportation system. (Season 3 episode Leon, We Hardly Knew Ye)
  • News Columns
    • Ask Vanna
      • Advice columnist sisters Lana Anders of Dear Lana and Vanna Anders of Ask Vanna appear before Harry’s court. (Season 7 episode Amore or Less)
    • Dear Lana
      • Advice columnist sisters Lana Anders of Dear Lana and Vanna Anders of Ask Vanna appear before Harry’s court. (Season 7 episode Amore or Less)
    • Manhattan Moonlight
      • A high society newspaper columnist interviews Dan, but takes a liking to Roz instead. (Season 9 episode 1992 Boat Show)
  • Newspapers
    • The Daily Chronicle
      • Newspaper that Selma reads in cafeteria. (Season 1 episode Some Like it Hot)
    • The Daily Dispatch
      • Dan's newspaper featuring a story about Harry's date with rock star Jennifer Black. (Season 1 episode Harry and the Rock Star)
    • The Daily Journal
      • Newspaper reporter. (Season 6 episode Strange Bedfellows)
    • Daily Star
      • Newspaper Harry prints up for his date. Headline: JUDGE DATES REPORTER (Season 8 episode When Harry Met Margaret)
    • The Enquiring Star
      • Mac shares an article in the Enquiring Star newspaper about a group of religious zealots, whose god looks just like Bull. Most of them live in A country called Himalfadonia, but there are a few in Manhattan. (Season 8 episode A Night Court at the Opera)
    • Fun Time Novelty Press
      • Harry has a fake newspaper printed up to trick the gang into thinking this alma matter’s hockey team won their game. Roz figures it out. (Season 6 episode Rock-A-Bye Baby)
    • The Gazette
      • Journalist Al Craven visits Night Court. (Season 1 episode The Former Harry Stone)
    • The Globe
      • Hank Meyer, reporter from the Globe that drives a convertible hearse, comes to court looking for tower killers or really colorful psychopaths. (Season 3 episode Halloween, Too)
    • The Herald
      • Sleezy reporter Craven is back, this time he says he's with The Herald. (Season 2 episode Harry and the Madam)
    • The Journal
      • No description available
    • Manhattan Afro-American Press
      • Magazine that Mac’s new boss wants him to be featured in as part of his reelection campaign, since his district now contains a large number of minority voters. (Season 8 episode Mac Takes a Vacation)
    • New York Journal
      • Harry dates Margaret Turner, reporter for the New York Journal. (Season 8 episode When Harry Met Margaret)
    • New York World
      • Mac pranks Dan by printing his future obituary in the New York world newspaper. (Season 8 episode Death Takes a Halloween)
      • Newspaper Mac reads. (Season 8 episode Alone Again, Naturally)
  • Nonprofit Organizations
    • Velasco Preservation Society
      • The Velasco theater, an old movie theater is being torn down by Fletco Development, of which Dan is an investor. Harry works with the Velasco Preservation Society to save it. Bull says he used to work there as an usher, but then later remembers it was actually The Majestic. Its used to be a Vaudeville house in the 1920s. (Season 7 episode Razing Bull)
    • Volunteer Fathers of America
      • The Manhattan chapter of Volunteer Fathers of America turns Bull down because he scares the kids. (Season 1 episode The Eye of the Beholder)
  • Office Products
    • The Sensitive Guys Calendar
      • Calendar Christine ordered that arrives in the mail. (Season 5 episode Dan, the Walking Time Bomb)
  • Office Supply Stores
    • Bob’s Battery City
      • Company that sends flowers to Dan’s memorial service. (Season 6 episode Danny’s Got His Gun, Part 3)
  • Operations
    • Operation Sunscreen
      • Dan is called up for National Guard duty - he thinks he’s going to be sent into a war zone, so he fakes an injury. He was actually going to be sent to the island of Cabo San Cabo for Operation Sunscreen, a weekend with a hot superior officer. But when she finds out he was trying to get out of service, she sends him to Alaska instead. (Season 5 episode Danny’s Got His Gun, Part 1)
  • Orphanages
    • Canal Street Youth Center
      • Bull and Roz collect toy donations for the Canal Street Youth Center. (Season 6 episode The Night Court Before Christmas)
    • The Home For Wayward Brunettes
      • The defendant known as Sister Ralph was caught soliciting funds for a fictional home. (Season 4 episode Dan’s Operation Part 1)
    • The Sisters of Mercy Orphanage
      • Harry’s bowling team’s opponents. (Season 5 episode Heart of Stone)
    • Sisters of Perpetual Poverty
      • Three nuns face eviction from their church/orphanage. (Season 5 episode Another Day in the Life)
  • Outer Space
    • Bellevue Galaxy
      • Harry joke. The courts remands defendant VHK-937, who believes himself to be from the future, to the Bellevue mental hospital, which Harry jokes is in the Bellevue Galaxy. (Season 7 episode Futureman)
  • Pamphlets
    • Finger Gestures For the Open Road
      • Pamphlet mentioned during a case, provided by the Happy Wheels Driving School. (Season 6 episode Rock-A-Bye Baby)
  • Parties
    • The Public Transit Ball
      • Dan’s date to the The Public Transit Ball cancels on him in order to attend her own wedding. He tries to convince Billie to go with him, but she does not. (Season 2 episode The Birthday Visitor)
  • Personal Care Products
    • Drips Alot
      • Nasal spray the representative from Royal Wear Underwear mentions. (Season 9 episode Undressed for Success)
    • Toe Floss
      • Harry meets a suicidal man, a failed inventor, when he prepares to perform his outrageous stunt. Gus mentions several of his failed inventions, including The Pocket Aquarium, Toe Floss and The Home Root Canal Kit. (Season 5 episode Her Honor Part 4)
  • Pet Products
    • Kitty Kitty Cat Food Company
      • A defendant is accused of stealing a cat named Ruffles, the mascot for Kitty Kitty Cat Food Company, which he claims is his cat Velma. (Season 2 episode Billie and the Cat)
  • Pizza Parlors
    • NYPD
      • When Harry tells Bull to call the NYPD, meaning the police, Bull orders 6 pizzas from New York Pizza Delivery. (Season 9 episode Looking for Mr. Shannon)
  • Planets
    • Gamma VII
      • According to one defendant, aliens from the gaseous nebula Gamma VII are infiltrating the municipal workforce in their continued quest for domination. (Season 3 episode Dan’s Boss)
  • Plumbing Services
    • Hennigan’s Plumbing Supply
      • One defendant was arrested breaking into Hennigan’s Plumbing Supply warehouse. (Season 5 episode Another Day in the Life)
  • Poetry
    • The Azzari Sisters: An Adventure in Verse
      • Poem by Bull Shannon that he writes after a night with twin groupies. "Double your please, double your fun, I used to have yearnings and now I got none." (Season 3 episode Up on the Roof)
    • Forever Damp
      • Poem by Bull Shannon. (Season 2 episode Battling Bailiff)
      • Lethargically, he trudges down
        To the shore of the big wet sea
        Sensing their fate of impen...
        -ding mud
        His feet seem to cry, "Why me?"
        The slime rises to his ankle bones
        His mind flies far away
        To the time he missed the boat of life
        Hey, nonny, nonny neigh.
  • Private Clubs
    • Lone Star Beach Club
      • Dan used to be life guard. (Season 9 episode Opportunity Knock-Knocks Part 1)
  • Professional Organizations
    • B.U.B.B.A.
      • Bull’s bailiff club. Benevolent Union of Bald Bailiffs of America. (Season 5 episode Chrizzi’s Honor)
    • Society of Goodfellows
      • Harry is honored as the Man of the Month by the Society of Goodfellows. (Season 6 episode Harry and the Tramp)
    • Sutton Place Club
      • Exclusive club for lawyers considering Dan for membership. (Season 6 episode The Law Club)
    • Women in Law
      • Christine’s lawyer club. (Season 6 episode Harry and the Tramp)
  • Programs and Projects
    • The Delaware Project
      • Dan goes up against billionaire Jordan King by buying up swampland that King intends to use for his next development initiative The New Jersey Project. When Dan demands too much money, King decides to go with The Delaware Project instead, leaving Dan with worthless swamp land. (Season 7 episode If I Were a Rich Man)
    • The New Jersey Project
      • Dan goes up against billionaire Jordan King by buying up swampland that King intends to use for his next development initiative The New Jersey Project. When Dan demands too much money, King decides to go with The Delaware Project instead, leaving Dan with worthless swamp land. (Season 7 episode If I Were a Rich Man)
  • Psychic Services
    • Madame Loretta’s Fortune Telling and Spiritual Parlor
      • She’s not a gypsy, she’s an independent spiritual coordinator. (Season 2 episode The Gypsy)
    • Madame Rochelle
      • The psychic known as the Affordable Exorcist that helps Harry and team try the case of the late Ray Heston. (Season 7 episode Come Back to the Five and Dime, Stephen King, Stephen King)
  • Publishing Companies
    • Random Author
      • Bull publishes his autobiography Bull on Bull through vanity publishing house Random Author. (Season 8 episode It’s Just a Joke)
  • Radio Programs
    • Love Talk with Dr. Lucy
      • Dan calls a local radio station for help with a bout of impotence. (Season 5 episode No Hard Feelings)
  • Radio Stations
    • WBAB
      • Moroccan music all the time. (Season 9 episode Looking for Mr. Shannon)
    • WEGE
      • Radio station known as Wiggy Radio, featuring deejay Bobby “the Bomber” Baumgarner, host of the dance contest contestants brought before the court. (Season 7 episode Auntie Maim)
  • Realms
    • La-la-land
      • Joke Mac makes about Bull's condition: He's in La-la-land, Sir. (Season 3 episode Hello, Goodbye)
  • Realty Services
    • Coulson Realty
      • Realty service that Buddy mentions. (Season 7 episode Life with Buddy)
  • Recipes
    • Fiesta Soup
      • Harry tries out a new product called Señor [illegible]'s Freeze-Dried Enchiladas, but it doesn't really work out. He tells Billie he's invented Fiesta Soup. (Season 2 episode Walk, Don’t Wheel)
    • London Bridge Cake
      • Christine serves London Bridge cake at her royal wedding party to celebrate the 6th anniversary of Prince Charles and Princess Diana. (Season 5 episode Chrizzi’s Honor)
    • Pumpkin Pizza
      • Dish Quon Le serves at the Halloween party. (Season 3 episode Halloween, Too)
    • Rack of Spam
      • Dish Bull learned to cook for his mother. (Season 8 episode Mama Was a Rollin' Stone)
  • Restaurants-Asian
    • Sushi By Ernie
      • Harry takes the former nun out for sushi where she orders a Harvey Wallbanger, sings and passes out. (Season 2 episode The Nun)
  • Restaurants-French
    • Chez Noir
      • Dan tells Will to get him reservations. (Season 9 episode Opportunity Knock-Knocks Part 1)
    • Chez Scuz
      • Joke Roz makes about Christine’s 1-month anniversary plans with undercover cop Tony. (Season 7 episode Amore or Less)
    • Le Petit Patois
      • Restaurant at 88th and Madison in New York, where Dan’s working as a waiter. (Season 7 episode Branded Part 2)
    • Maison De Veal
      • Fancy restaurant. (Season 9 episode My Life as a Dog Lawyer)
    • Maison Maurice
      • When Mac inherits a lot of money from his grandfather, he hires a fancy restaurant to cater lunch for his friends. (Season 5 episode Mac’s Millions)
  • Restaurants-Other
    • Alfredo’s
      • The new judge Mike Watson invites Dan to dinner at Alfredo's.
    • The Blue Room
      • During the day, the cafeteria becomes a fancy restaurant called The Blue Room. (Season 8 episode Day Court)
    • Der Schnitzel House
      • Oscar tells the gang that Der Schnietzel House on West 35th Street makes the best Meatloaf curry. (Season 9 episode Looking for Mr. Shannon)
    • La Pretense
      • Bull finds the fake judge at Dan’s favorite restaurant - La Pretense. (Season 2 episode An Old Flame)
    • Meadowlane
      • Mac's grandfather invites Mac and Quon Le to dinner. (Season 3 episode Mac and Quon Le: No Reservations)
    • Morty’s Baseball Pro and Lithuanian Deli
      • Restaurant on Coney Island where Christine’s father bought her mother’s engagement ring. (Season 5 episode Hit the Road, Jack)
    • The Soy Grill
      • George from the Sutton Place Club invites Dan out for drinks at the Soy Grill - and tells him to bring Christine. (Season 6 episode The Law Club)
  • Restaurants-Seafood
    • Arnie’s Seafood House
      • One defendant was arrested for setting lobsters loose at Arnie’s Seafood House - played by actress Marcia Wallace. (Season 5 episode Another Day in the Life)
    • The Lusty Buccaneer
      • Bull’s mother’s favorite restaurant, featuring an all you can eat squid bar. (Season 8 episode Mama Was a Rollin' Stone)
    • The Schooner
      • Fish and chips restaurant where Buddy works. (Season7 episode For Love or Money)
    • Sid’s Seafood House
      • Minor league baseball team the Bridgeport Lobsters visit New York. Their mascot and his wife who are having marital trouble appear before the court. Harry suggests a new job - as it turns out, Sid’s Seafood House just had to let their clam go. (Season 7 episode A Closer Look)
  • Retirement Communities
    • Golden Oaks Retirement Home
      • When the gang works the day shift, there are two old guys in the room that come every day from their retirement home. (Season 8 episode Day Court)
    • Sunset Retirement Home
      • Home of defendant Mrs. Smith charged with prostitution. Sometimes she does it for pudding. Sometime she does it for green stamps. And sometime she does it for kicks. (Season 4 episode A Day in the Life)
  • Schools-Martial Arts
    • Prang’s Kickboxing Academy
      • Coupon Harry finds in his wallet. (Season 7 episode Attack of the Mac Snacks)
  • Schools-Other
    • Bayou Academy of Law and Agriculture
      • Where Dan says he got his legal degree. (Season 5 episode No Hard Feelings)
    • The Donut Academy
      • A couple of the defendants that come before the court work for Drink ’N Donuts. One of them paid for the other to attend The Donut Academy. (Season 8 episode A Family Affair Part 2)
    • Happy Wheels Driving School
      • Defendant that comes before the court owns the Happy Wheels Driving School. (Season 6 episode Rock-A-Bye Baby)
  • Security Products
    • La Porta
      • Harry finds a La Porta safe in his office that leads to Bull’s locker. (Season 9 episode P.S. Do I Know You?)
    • Laporta Safe Company
      • Harry plans to escape from a safe during his Halloween party - but he gets locked in early. He follows instructions in the book “The Finest in Magic: Secrets of the Great Houdini”. The safe is made by the Laporta Safe Company. (Season 5 episode Safe)
  • Services-Other
    • In Your Face, Limited
      • Company that throws pies into people's faces. (Season 3 episode Harry and Leon)
  • Short Stories
    • My Dog Sparky
      • Story that Mac writes about his dog - except that he made the whole thing up. (Season 6 episode Not my Type)
  • Social Clubs
    • Amish Girls Club of Manhattan
      • Christine’s new campaign commercial with subliminal dirty movie shots from Beauty and the Priest earns her new male voters, but she loses support from females. The Sisters of the Flag cancel her speech, and the Amish Girls Club of Manhattan calls off their fundraising quilting bee. (Season 9 episode P.S. Do I Know You?)
  • Songs
    • Molasses Pie and a Coffee High
      • When songwriters Burke and Merrell come before the court, Harry’s mentions that the earliest memory of his mother is one of their songs. The songwriters guess “Rockabye Baby Blues”, but it was “Molasses Pie and a Coffee High”. (Season 9 episode Opportunity Knock-Knocks Part 2)
    • Rockabye Baby Blues
      • When songwriters Burke and Merrell come before the court, Harry’s mentions that the earliest memory of his mother is one of their songs. The songwriters guess “Rockabye Baby Blues”, but it was “Molasses Pie and a Coffee High”. (Season 9 episode Opportunity Knock-Knocks Part 2)
    • Society of Scum
      • Song by rock star Jennifer Black. (Season 1 episode Harry and the Rock Star)
    • Suicide Hayride
      • Song by rock star Jennifer Black. (Season 1 episode Harry and the Rock Star)
  • Sports Teams-Baseball
    • Bridgeport Lobsters
      • Minor league baseball team the Bridgeport Lobsters visit New York. Their mascot and his wife who are having marital trouble appear before the court. Harry suggests a new job - as it turns out, Sid’s Seafood House just had to let their clam go. (Season 7 episode A Closer Look)
  • Sports Teams-Bowling
    • The Bowling Stones
      • Harry forms a bowling team. Get it - The Rolling Stones, Harry Stone… The Bowling Stones. (Season 5 episode Heart of Stone)
  • Sports Teams-Mascots
    • East Chesapeake Grouse
      • Harry’s alma mater’s sports mascot. Harry gets the gang to bet on their hockey team. (Season 6 episode Rock-A-Bye Baby)
    • The Fighting Sow Bellies
      • Dan’s college mascot, from Bayou Academy of Law and Agriculture. (Season 5 episode No Hard Feelings)
  • Steakhouses
    • Steak and Brew
      • Bernie asks Florence out on a date. She suggests the Steak and Brew restaurant and tells him to wear something tight, so he goes to Spandex for Less. (Season 3 episode Dan’s Boss)
  • Strip Clubs
    • Pussycat Theater
      • Harry joke. When Dan buys a new suit, Harry asks him what the occasion is, was he named Patron of the Year at the Pussycat Theater? (Season 7 episode Futureman)
  • Support Groups
    • Happy Alone Healthy Adults
      • Ha-Ha. Christine’s new support group. (Season 8 episode Alone Again, Naturally)
  • Theater Companies
    • Riverside Theater
      • A defendant is an adult film star that received a “Moanie” for Best Performance by an Actress in a Non Speaking Role at the Adult Film Awards at the Riverside Theater. (Season 6 episode Harry and the Tramp)
  • Theater Productions
    • Butts Up, Doc? Revue
      • Show that Bull attends in Atlantic City. (Season 9 episode Looking for Mr. Shannon)
    • Frosty the Hit Man
      • Annual bailiff Christmas pageant production. Bull plays the psycho killer. (Season 5 episode The Constitution Part 1)
    • Mussolini: the Man and His Music
      • Leo invests his lottery winnings in this musical play. (Season 2 episode Pick a Number)
  • Thoroughfares-Boulevards
    • Perverto Boulevard
      • Joke police sketch artist makes when he gives Dan the illustrations for his dirty children’s book: You’re about to take a walk down Perverto Boulevard. (Season 9 episode The System Works)
  • Thoroughfares-Lanes
    • Aurora Borealis Lane
      • Bull’s aliens address on Jupiter. (Season 9 episode Opportunity Knock-Knocks Part 2)
  • Thoroughfares-Streets
    • Easy Street
      • Dan Fielding: I am off to Easy Street
        Roz Russell: More like Sleazy Street.
        (Season 9 episode Opportunity Knock-Knocks Part 1)
    • Elm Street
      • Bull mentions that the young star of the new TV pilot shooting in the building was a character named Dickie that lived on Elm Street in his other show. (Season 8 episode Bringing Down Baby)
    • Sleazy Street
      • Dan Fielding: I am off to Easy Street
        Roz Russell: More like Sleazy Street.
        (Season 9 episode Opportunity Knock-Knocks Part 1)
  • Tobacco Products
    • White Owl Cigars
      • Dan sends the high society newspaper columnist a box of White Owl cigars, which he gives to his doorman. (Season 9 episode 1992 Boat Show)
  • Toy Products
    • Backwoods Barbie
      • Dan’s sister Donna mentions their parents refusing to buy her Backwoods Barbie when they were kids. (Season 8 episode A Family Affair Part 2)
    • Doodletown Flier
      • Train Mac buys for his daughter’s first Christmas. (Season 5 episode Let it Snow)
    • Dr. Congo's Penda-curical Self-fabricating Comedy Hand Talc
      • Magic shop product that goes on clear but turns red that Harry and Christine use to get evidence of her boss sexually harassing her, though there's a mix-up and it ends up on Dan's hands - and several women's butts. (Season 4 episode Caught Red-Handed)
    • Dr. Congo’s Magic Powder
      • Powder Harry uses during his magic trick to sever Bull’s head. (Season 6 episode The Law Club)
    • The Fabulous Falcone Magic Kit
      • Harry meets The Fabulous Falcone, a famous magician that he idolized as a kid. He even had his magic kit. (Season 3 episode Could This Be Magic?)
    • The Pocket Aquarium
      • Harry meets a suicidal man, a failed inventor, when he prepares to perform his outrageous stunt. Gus mentions several of his failed inventions, including The Pocket Aquarium, Toe Floss and The Home Root Canal Kit. (Season 5 episode Her Honor Part 4)
    • Red Top Special
      • Yo-yo that Buddy’s friend Nick gives the owner of the Happy Toy conglomerate. (Season 6 episode The Night Court Before Christmas)
  • Toy Stores
    • Happy Toy
      • Bull and Roz accidentally donate a truck full of toys that belong to the Happy Toy conglomerate. (Season 6 episode The Night Court Before Christmas)
  • TV Shows
    • In Your Face
      • No description available
    • The Littlest Lawyer
      • A TV crew shoots the pilot for a new show in the building. (Season 8 episode Bringing Down Baby)
  • TV Shows-Game Shows
    • What Am I?
      • TV game show that Bull goes on. (Season 6 episode The Game Show)
  • TV Shows-Soap Operas
    • As the Gavel Pounds
      • Joke Harry makes about the court being a soap opera. (Season 8 episode With a Little Help From My Friends)
    • The Days of Passion
      • Mrs. Daley and Roz both watch the soap opera The Days of Passion on Channel 5. (Season 6 episode The Trouble is Not in Your Set)
  • TV Shows-Specials
    • The Hip-hopping’ Finger Poppin’ Constitutional Birthday Blowout Bash
      • TV special. (Season 5 episode The Constitution Part 1)
  • TV Shows-Talk Shows
    • A Close Look
      • Tonight, on A Close Look, the nocturnal world of criminal justice in Manhattan. A world where society has gone astra and unsung workers labor tirelessly to uphold the law. (Season 7 episode A Closer Look)
    • Face the Issues
      • Dan appears on the talk show Face the Issues, impressing the producer so much that he gets his own show called In Your Face! (Season 7 episode The Talk Show)
    • Goodnight New York
      • TV show where Harry appears as a guest during his fifteen minutes of fame. (Season 8 episode Harry’s Fifteen Minutes)
    • In Your Face!
      • Dan appears on the talk show Face the Issues, impressing the producer so much that he gets his own show called In Your Face! (Season 7 episode The Talk Show)
  • TV Stations-Numbers
    • Channel 5
      • Mrs. Daley and Roz both watch the soap opera The Days of Passion on Channel 5. (Season 6 episode The Trouble is Not in Your Set)
  • Universities
    • Charles Dickens University
      • Dr. Walter Udell is the head of the animal research department at Charles Dickens University, which Harry refers to as "Chuck U." (Season 3 episode Monkey Business)
    • East Chesapeake
      • Harry’s alma mater. (Season 6 episode Rock-A-Bye Baby)
  • Vehicles-Cars and Trucks
    • The Dannymobile
      • Name Dan gives his new Mercedes. “”The Dannymobile is ready to roll. (Season 7 episode Blue Suede Bull)
  • Video Rental
    • Video Vixens
      • Video rental store customer reward card in Dan’s wallet. (Season 9 episode A Guy Named Phantom Part 2)
  • Videos
    • The Care and Treatment of the Sucking Chest Wound
      • Movie that Bull mentions seeing on his date. (Season 6 episode Educating Rhoda)
    • Charles Otis Giuliano: The Movie
      • Home videos that Christine hands out when she returns from maternity leave. (Season 8 episode A Family Affair Part 1)
  • Youth Programs
    • Junior Woodchucks
      • Mel shows Harry his Junior Woodchuck of the Year award. (Season 9 episode Shave and a Haircut)
    • Volunteer Fathers
      • Night Court version of Big Brothers, Big Sisters. Bull's boy turns out to one a girl. (Season 2 episode Bull Gets a Kid)
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