Night is a Season 1 episode of The Mr. Men Show
- Miss Chatterbox and Mr. Stubborn's Plot: Mr. Stubborn goes to a restaurant with Miss Chatterbox. Miss Chatterbox sees a full moon and says that someone will turn into a werewolf which was Mr. Stubborn. Mr. Stubborn frightens everyone and refuses to believe that he's a werewolf and keeps saying there is no such thing (which there isn't in real life, so Mr. Stubborn could be telling the truth).
- Mr. Nosy and Mr. Small's Plot: Mr. Nosy and Mr. Small as postmen go into Mr. Scatterbrain's house. They find 2 pizza dogs which Mr. Nosy eats. They even find his elephant in the house and think that Mr. Scatterbrain has vanished. Mr. Scatterbrain is found downstairs in his peanut cellar which the door only opens on the outside and the wind shut it trapping the 3. Mr. Scatterbrain's elephant Penelope rescues them after smelling the Peanuts and Mr. Scatterbrain goes to check on the pizza dogs (pizza hot dogs in the U.K. version).
- Mr. Lazy's Plot: Miss Helpful removes a splinter off Mr. Lazy's finger and ties bandages around him. When Mr. Lazy leaves, others find him as a Mummy and get scared. What this sketch has to do with the night is anyones guess, as it is set in the daytime.
- Mr. Quiet's Plot: Mr. Quiet, trying to sleep, hears noises that go bump in the night before uninvited guests (namely penguins and a ghost) arrive. (Not in the United Kingdom)
- Mr. Quiet mainly sings a song called Bump in the Night along with Miss Calamity and Miss Helpful mainly sings in the UK version along with Mister Nervous.
- This is the only episode where Mr. Tickle didn't tickle anyone.
- Mr. Stubborn turned into a werewolf in this episode and keeps on saying that there isn't such thing as one (which there actually isn't in real life, so he could be telling the truth).
- Mr. Scatterbrain said red suspenders (Red pajamas in the U.K. version)
- Onionville is mentioned in this episode by Mr. Scatterbrain. He said he left a green karate belt there, implying that he lived there sometime before he lived in Dillydale.