Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Season seven of Night Court opens as Judge Harry T. Stone (Harry Anderson) and his long-lost father, former mental patient Buddy (John Astin), move in together. Meanwhile, Assistant DA Dan Fielding (John Larroquette), disgraced and penniless due to events not of his own making, is reduced to living in his office at the courthouse -- a mere prelude to the disbarment proceeding brought against him later on. On a happier note, Quon Lee (Denice Kumagai), wife of court clerk Mac (Charles Robinson), is on the brink of being a successful entrepreneur; and as for Mac, he is dragooned into posing as the husband of brassy court matron Roz (Marsha Warfield). And what of public defender Christine Sullivan (Markie Post), who has spent most of her Night Court tenure in an on-again, off-again romance with Harry Stone? Well, this situation is considerably altered when, on an impulse, Christine becomes the wife of undercover cop Tony Guillano (Ray Abruzzo) -- and subsequently becomes pregnant, going into labor just as season seven rushes to a close.
courtroom, judge, bailiff