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Court Clerk MacIntosh 'Mac' Robinson (Character)
from "Night Court" (1984)

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Overview

Biography:
Mac's full name is Macintosh Robinson. He is Judge... See more »
Alternate Names:
Mac Robinson

Filmography

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  1. "Night Court"
        - The 1992 Boat Show (1992) TV episode, Played by Charles Robinson (as Mac Robinson)
        - Opportunity Knock Knocks: Part 2 (1992) TV episode, Played by Charles Robinson (as Mac Robinson)
        - Opportunity Knock Knocks: Part 1 (1992) TV episode, Played by Charles Robinson (as Mac Robinson)
        - P.S. Do I Know You? (1992) TV episode, Played by Charles Robinson (as Mac Robinson)
        - To Sir with... Ah, What the Heck... Love (1992) TV episode, Played by Charles Robinson (as Mac Robinson)
          (177 more)

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Fun Stuff

Quotes:
From "Night Court: Mac's Dilemma (#5.6)" (1987)
Dan Fielding: Mr. Shibata was caught "rolling for dollars" with these three rarely-upstanding women.
Judge Harry T. 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 the "Sukiyaki Slam-Bam."
Christine Sullivan: Uh, sir, while neighbors and adjoining rooms did complain for over seven hours, I believe that...
Dan Fielding, Judge Harry T. Stone, Mac Robinson: SEVEN HOURS?
[Mr. Shibata gives a short Japanese bow; Mac, Harry, and Dan all bow lower]
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