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"Jung and the Restless"
Season 5, Episode 19
#98 in series (193 episodes)
Series: Night Court
Network/Country: NBC-TV / United States
Air date April 1, 1988
Production code 186220
Written by: Tom Reeder
Directed by: Jeff Melman
Guest stars: Raye Birk
Don Cheadle
Whitney Reis
Bruce M. Fischer
Larry Woolf
Bruce Gray
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Jung and the Restless was the 19th episode of Season 5 of Night Court, also the 98th overall series episode. Written by Tom Straw, the episode was directed by Tim Steele. The episode, which aired on NBC-TV, first aired on April 1, 1988. 


"Jung and the Restless"
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Synopsis

The gang joins Roz in an encounter group she's required to attend to temper her hostile attitude at work, and they see a new side to their co-worker. Guest stars a young Don Cheadle as Jack.

Storyline

When Roz is forced to have anger management, Harry makes the gang go with her. And it's while there that everyone complains about Harry's domineering them. That's when a guy comes in with a gun and holds them hostage. But Roz comes forth and takes control of the situation.

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References
  • The episode title is taken from the long-running CBS-TV soap opera series The Young and the Restless.
  • Roz compares Jack to Dirty Harry, the character made famous by Clint Eastwood in the high box office grossing 1970s-1980s big screen film series.

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Quotes

  • Christine: You know, I'm starting to worry about Roz. That disciplinary hearing of hers is taking forever.
  • Bull: What's the big deal? Some guy started a fight in a holding cell, she yanked him out.
  • Dan: Perhaps the fact that she neglected to open the door first had something to do with it.

  • Harry: How's the crossword puzzle going, Bull?
  • Bull: I need an eight-letter word for a phrase that contradicts itself.
  • Harry:: Oxymoron.
  • Bull: If you don't want to help me, Harry, just say so.
  • Harry: No, Bull, an oxymoron is two words that cancel each other out. You know, like, jumbo shrimp.
  • Christine: Bitter sweet.
  • Dan: Free love.
  • Bull: I understand.
  • Mac: Yeah, that's a good one too.

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