| Season 2, Episode 19|
#32 in series (193 episodes)
Dan gets "inteviewed" by Mr. Douglas, the father of Patty, a wealthy heiress he begins to fall for after dating her, as the others presumed, just for her money, in "Married Alive" in Season 2.
|Network/Country:||NBC-TV / United States|
|Air date||February 21, 1985|
|Written by:||Ron Osborn & Jeff Reno|
|Directed by:||Jeff Melman|
|Guest stars:|| William Utay|
Elisha Cook, Jr.
Rocco DiNobile Jr.
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Married Alive was the 19th episode of Season 2 of Night Court, also the 32nd overall series episode. Written by Ron Osborn and Jeff Reno, the episode was directed by Jeff Melman. The episode, which aired on NBC-TV, first aired on February 21, 1985.
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His friends believe the worst when Dan starts dating a homely, gauche woman who's heir to $40 million.
Dan becomes engaged to an ugly duckling heiress, but everyone is surprised to hear him swear his feelings are genuine.
Everyone jumps to the obvious conclusion when inveterate lothario and infamous opportunist Dan (John Larroquette) begins dating Patty Douglas (Mimi Kennedy), an unattractive woman who is primed to inherit a fortune. But Dan indignantly insists that he's genuinely in love--and that he'd be genuinely in love even if Patty weren't worth forty million bucks! This episode marks the first appearance of William Utay in the role of philosophical derelict Phil Sanders.
Cast (in credits order)
- Harry Anderson as Harold T. Stone
- Charles Robinson as Mac Robinson
- John Larroquette as Dan Fielding
- Ellen Foley Billie Young
- Richard Moll as Bull Shannon
- Selma Diamond as Selma Hacker
Guest stars/Recurring characters/cast
- William Utay as Phil Sanders
- Mimi Kennedy as Patty Douglas
- Stanley Brock as Mr. Douglas (Patty's father)
- Elisha Cook, Jr. as Wilbur Posten (as Elisha Cook)
- Micole Mercurio as Phyllis
- Angela Aames as Angela, girlfriend of Dan
- Kenneth Danziger as Mervyn Jenkins (Patty's limo driver)
- Patrick Wright as Biff
- Rocco DiNobile Jr. as Waiter
- Charlotte Portney as Court Stenograper (Uncredited)