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Sister Sara Williams
Ep 2x2 - Dinah Manoff as Sister Sara Williams
Sister Sara (Dinah Manoff), out of her nun garb, drops by to tell Harry she's left her convent in "The Nun" (Season 1opener).
Vital statistics
Gender: Female
Occupation/
Career:
Nun
Character
description:
Drops by the courtroom again after Harry persided over her case against a mugger/robber to tell him that she's left her convent because of his influence, as she is also smitten with him
Appearances/Series information
Appeared on: Night Court
Episode(s)
appeared in:
"The Nun" (Season 2)
Played by: Dinah Manoff
Sister Sara Williams is a character who appeared in the Season 2 opening episode Night Court "The Nun". The part of Sister Sara is played in the episode by Dinah Manoff.

About Sister Sara

When Sister Sara makes an impromptu, unexpected return visit by the courtroom again, this time, in her civilian clothes after Harry persided over her case against a mugger/robber who tried to grab her purse at the Metropolitan Museun of Art to tell him that she's left her convent because of his influence, Harry is dumbfounded and perplexed, if not also somewhat flattered, as she's also completely smitten with him, this after he made her laugh at all of his jokes while presiding over her and the other cases while she was there the night before.

Dan and man who robbed nun

Sister Sara drops the charges against Mr. Pina (Michael Tucci), who tried to robbed her

Turns out that Sara had been contemplating leaving the "nunhood" for some time; when harry reluctantly agrees to go out to dinner with her, she reveals that she wants to make up for lost time due to her time in the convent (about 7 years), and she wants to have a "crazy, wild love affair with life".

Arter Harry has to pick her up and take her back to his chambers to nap a sober up after she had a mixed drink (a Harvey Wallbanger) that she couldn't handle (she would up standing on their table breaking into her rendition of the 1930s-40s jazz song "I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues" before passing out), her superior at the convent, Mother Frances (played by Lu Leonard), drops by and assures Harry that she'll get the counseling that she needs to make the adjustment back to civilian life in the "secular world".