Starring: Charles Robinson, Harry Anderson, John Larroquette, Richard Moll
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Harry Stone: Who's first, Mac?Mac: People versus Shibata.Harry Stone: To what do we owe the pleasure of Mr. Shibata's company?Dan Fielding: Well, sir, it seems Mr. Shibata was caught rolling for dollars with, um, these three rarely upstanding women.Harry Stone: All three? That's illegal. And quite impressive.Dan Fielding: When he was apprehended he had a fifty gallon drum of soy sauce and they were in the middle of something called a "Sukiyaki Slam-bam."Christine Sullivan: Uh, sir, uh, while neighbors in adjoining rooms did complain for over seven hours I believe that Mr. S...Mac/Harry/Dan: Seven hours?![Mr. Shibata bows to Dan, Harry, and Mac and they bow back]Dan Fielding: My god, man, how do you do it?Mr. Shibata: Every day, I swim ten miles, eat one hundred oysters and sit in a barrel of pickle brine.Dan Fielding: [to stenographer] You got that?[Stenographer nods].
When Judge Stone is flipping down the hall out of excitement, you can tell it's his stunt double as his face appears on camera after the cartwheel. It appears his bow tie is missing too.
Marion Ross guest stars as a woman who watches a lot of TV, but believes the characters are real people. In one scene she references the following show by naming people/characters: Oprah, Donahue, The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, The Cosby Show, Dynasty, M.A.S.H., Dallas, Leave it to Beaver. The last character she names is "The Fonz", from Happy Days, which Ross also starred in as Mrs. Cunningham.