“Back to the Future” alum Tom Wilson is set to appear in next week’s installment of “The Mayor.”

According to the synopsis for Season 1, episode 7 of the ABC comedy, Wilson will play California Governor Fillucci. In the episode, Courtney (Brandon Micheal Hall) and his office plan a tour for Governor Fillucci’s official visit to Fort Grey, but when an old rap video of Courtney resurfaces, a potential funding for the city is put in jeopardy. This unforeseen incident leaves Courtney to decide whether to stay true to himself or issue an apology.

Aside from his roles as Biff Tannen, Griff Tannen and Buford “Mad Dog” Tannen in the “Back to the Future” trilogy, Wilson is also known for his portrayal of Mr. Stone on MTV’s “Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous,” Tim Flaherty on CBS’ “Ghost Whisperer” and Coach Ben Fredricks on NBC’s “Freaks and Geeks.”

Also guest-starring in the episode is Wendy Raquel Robinson, who is reprising his role as Dina’s (Yvette Nicole Brown) friend, Krystal. As revealed in the synopsis for the installment, Dina finds herself in an unwanted competition with Krystal.

Robinson made her first appearance as Krystal in Season 1, episode 5. In the episode, Krystal and Dina — along with their other best friend played by Diana Maria Riva — took a sick day from work to pamper themselves and celebrate their self-made annual holiday called Whitney Day. But their plans got derailed when Fort Grey’s bus drivers went on a strike.

Robinson is best known for her roles as high school principal Regina “Piggy” Grier on The WB comedy sitcom “The Steve Harvey Show” and as sports agent Tasha Mack on the CW-turned-BET sitcom “The Game.” On the film side, Robinson recently appeared in this year’s sci-fi horror film “Flatliners,” in which he played Kiersey Clemons’ onscreen mom.

In related news, Deadline revealed earlier this week that ABC ordered three additional scripts for “The Mayor.” Does this mean the Jeremy Bronson-created series will get additional episode order soon?

“The Mayor” Season 1, episode 6, titled “Here Comes the Governor,” airs on Tuesday, Nov. 14 at 9:30 p.m. EST on ABC.