Cheeky, insouciant Judge Harry T. Stone (Harry Anderson) is back behind the bench as Night Court begins its second season. Also still on hand from season one are taciturn bailiff Bull (Richard Moll), acerbic court matron Selma (Selma Diamond), and libidinous Assistant DA Dan Fielding (John Larroquette). Missing from the scene is Harry's friendly adversary, legal-aid attorney Liz Williams (Paula Kelly), who has been replaced by Billie Young (Ellen Foley). Interestingly enough, the character who would in season three replace Billie, novice public defender Christine Sullivan (Markie Post), also makes her initial appearance during this season. Also, court clerk Lana Wagner (Karen Austin), who spent the first several episodes nursing a crush on Judge Stone, has been succeeded by a new clerk, Mac Robinson (Charles Robinson), who (need it be said?) does not feel toward Stone the same way that Lana did. Proof that Mac prefers to play it "straight" occurs in the episode "Take My Wife, Please, in which he weds Quon Lee (Denice Kumagai), a woman he'd met while serving in Vietnam. The final episode of season two, "Walk, Don't Wheel, also marks the farewell appearance of Night Court regular Selma Diamond, who died during the series' summer hiatus.