|Quon Le Duc-Robinson|
Quon Le, as played by Denice Kumagai
|She and her family was accquainted with Mac when he served in the Vietnam War|
Falls in love with Mac after marrying him so she wouldn't get deported in trying to become a naturalized US citizen
|Appeared on:||Night Court|
|17 in Seasons 2-9|
|Played by:||Denice Kumagai|
Quon Le Duc later known as Quon Le Robinson, who became the wife of Mac Robinson in Season 2 of Night Court, appeared in a total of seventeen episodes. The part of Quon Le is played in the episodes by Denice Kumagai.
About Quon Le and Mac
Quon Le was a girl that Mac met in Vietnam during the war. He helped out her family and she fell in love with him. When she came to the United States, Mac agreed to marry her so she could stay in the country. After a while, Mac began to reciprocate her new found feelings for him and they decided to stay married.
In the episode "Take My Wife, Please" in Season 2, Mac is reunited with Quon Le, who was from a family a poor refugees in Vietnam; she met Mac as a teen during his service in the Vietnam War. When her family let Mac stay at their home after he was injured in battle, Quon Le, who was living in the States on a temporary Visa, as she was trying to become a naturalized American citizen, was somewhat naive about America and its customs, but was loving and very devoted to Mac.
Not wanting her to be deported, Mac married her to keep her in the country, but, after reaizing that they were falling in love with each other, decided with her to keep the marriage intact; the couple would soon have a daughter, Renee Flicka Robinson.