Bobby Ramsen as playwright Arnie Prince in "Pick a Number" in Season 2 (p.#4).
|Hair color:||Black/, graying|
|Gets financial backing for a play from Leo Baldassare, who's won $3,000,000 he's just won in the New York Lottery|
|Appeared on:||Night Court|
|"Pick a Number" (Season 2)|
|Played by:||Bobby Ramsen|
About Arnie Prince
After the word begins to leak out to the public about Harry's task to award a needy prospective recipient of the winning New York Lottery ticket of Leo Baldassare, a humble, retired man who elisted Judge Stone to fund someone more needy than him to give the lottery prize, his courtroom becomes inundated with all types liars and huckster types, all vying to cash in on Leo's "benevolence". Harry decides that the humble Leo is the most worthy to receive the money, as Leo then decides, of all things, to give it all to the fledging playwright Arnie, as financial backing for a seemingly stupid idea of a Broadway musical which Prince pitches by him that's titled, titled, of all titles, "Mussolini: A Man and his Music"!
Completely convinced that the chances of his play, which he boasts as being a "can't miss proposition", are practically "money in the bank" of becoming a surefire hit, when Arnie observes Bull as he enters the judge's chambers, he's quite impressed by his imposing stature, as Arnie, who's still looking for the right person to play the lead role in the Broadway play, asks him,"Tell me you can sing!"