Catchy Comedy Network Remembers Richard Moll With a Weekend of ‘Night Court’ Episodes

image from the 1984-92 sitcom
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Richard Moll, Harry Anderson and Markie Post in Night Court

Catchy Comedy Network Remembers Richard Moll — Night Court Marathon Saturday, Nov. 4 at 11am ET-Monday, Nov. 6 at 6am

In remembrance of actor Richard Moll, who passed away Oct. 26 at age 80, Catchy Comedy Network will air 88 back-to-back episodes of the original Night Court over nearly 48 hours. Moll, of course, is best remembered for his fan-favorite role as bailiff Aristotle Nostradamus “Bull” Shannon in the 1984-92 run of the sitcom.

As part of the network’s Catchy Binge block within this overall marathon (that block airs from 5pm-10pm ET on Saturday, Nov. 4), Catchy will spotlight what it considers to be the Top 10 best episodes that feature Bull more prominently than he might usually have been.

That Catchy Binge schedule is below the photo. For episode details on the entire weekend Night Court marathon, visit Catchy Comedy’s website.

image from the 1991 <i>Night Court</i> episode "Get Me to the Roof on Time." Left to right are Cathy McAuley as Wanda Flinn, wearing a wedding dress and holding flowers, and Richard Moll as Bull Shannon, wearing a tuxedo as the two get married.

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Night Court Catchy Binge — Top 10 Episodes Spotlighting Richard Moll as Bull (Saturday, Nov. 4, 2023; All Times Eastern)

5pm: “Bull’s Baby” — The courtroom crew tries to help Bull when a neighbor leaves her baby with him.

5:30pm: “Walk Away, Renee” — Bull gets a new girlfriend, but the rest of the staff recognizes her as a gold-digging prostitute who has been in and out of court/jail many times.

6pm: “Death of a Bailiff” — Bull has a near-death experience after getting struck by lightning.

6:30pm: “Educating Rhoda” — Bull falls for a sweet but inept bailiff trainee (Denny Dillon) who allows a psychotic, movie-obsessed woman to escape.

7pm: “Mental Giant” — Bull accepts a post at a prestigious think tank after an I.Q. test reveals he is a genius.

7:30pm: “The Game Show” — Bull goes on a game show to raise money for a local boys’ club that is scheduled for demolition.

8pm: “Razing Bull” — The night court gang gets so emotionally involved in saving an old theater from demolition that Bull chains himself to its front door.

8:30pm: “My Three Dads” — While attending childbirth class, Christine (Markie Post) imagines what life would be like if Harry (Harry Anderson), Dan (John Larroquette) or Bull stepped up to be her child’s father.

9pm: “A Night Court at the Opera” — Disciples of an ancient religion stalk Bull after a tabloid story reveals one of their gods looks just like him.

9:30pm: “Get Me to the Roof on Time” (pictured above) — Bull’s plans for a perfect wedding day are complicated when the bride, Wanda Finn (Cathy McAuley), argues with her future mother-in-law, Hank (Paddi Edwards), about wearing her wedding dress.