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Night Court: Mac and Quon Le: Together Again

Mac sees Quon Le for the first time since their wedding and discovers she is homeless and in debt.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x20
Production Number: 185620
Airdate: Thursday February 28th, 1985

Director: Alan Bergmann
Writer: Tom Reeder

Guest Stars
Denice KumagaiDenice Kumagai
As Quon Le Robinson
David DunardDavid Dunard
As Priest
Loyita ChapelLoyita Chapel
As Tawny LaBelle
Main Cast
Harry AndersonHarry Anderson
As Harold T. Stone
John LarroquetteJohn Larroquette
As Dan Fielding
Richard MollRichard Moll
As Bull Shannon
Ellen FoleyEllen Foley
As Billie Young
Charles RobinsonCharles Robinson
As Mac Robinson
Episode Quotes
Tawny: Say, you're sexy.
Bull: I know. It's a curse.

Bull: Your Honor, can I say something off the record?
Harry: Sure.
Bull: You're a little dense.

Dan: I'm sure your decision will be fair and just, per your usual standards.
Harry: I'll be in my office, in a diabetic coma.

Cultural References
Quon Le: I lost everything, Mac. The Ginsu knives, my Civil War chess set, my special record albums not available in any store.

Items that were heavily advertised on television prior to the advent of infomercials. The albums, especially, were touted as "not available in any store."

Bull: (inspecting scratch marks on door) Ever see Premature Burial with Ray Milland?

Premature Burial is a 1962 film, starring Milland, based on an 1850 story by Edgar Allan Poe.

Harry: Come on, I'll fix you a bartini. Bosco and vermouth.

Bosco is a brand of chocolate syrup.

Harry: You mean...?
Mac: "The Thrill is Gone." Yes, sir.

"The Thrill is Gone" is one of the best-known songs by legendary blues singer B.B. King.

Episode References
This is the first time Mac and Quon Le have seen each other since their marriage in the episode "Take My Wife, Please."

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