Mac: (reading newspaper) Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha.
Christine: What's so funny, Mac?
Mac: This ad. "Come celebrate the Constitution's 200th birthday at Shuster's Plumbing and Toilet Supplies."
Dan: (reading same ad) "George Washington sat here."
Bull: I still don't see why she wouldn't let us visit her at the hospital.
Christine: I do. It's embarrassing. I hate wearing those hospital gowns that hang wide open in the back.
Dan: I always turn mine around.
Christine: Excuse me, Your Honor? Before we proceed we're gonna need an order to separate. One of the parties involved isn't here. The man playing Thomas Jefferson hasn't sobered up yet.
Harry: A little too much Yankee doodle brandy?
Dan: About ten minutes ago he stuck a feather down his throat and threw up macaroni.
Washington: Say, were you ever in the road company of La Cage Aux Folles?
Bull: No, but every year I play the psycho killer in our bailiff Christmas pageant.
Washington: (to Dan after Bull walks away) Is he serious?
Dan: Yeah. It's a great show. Frosty the Hit Man.
Harry: (adjusting George Washington wig) You know, Mac, I'm really beginning to enjoy this thing.
Mac: Me, too, sir. It's just like working with Mamie Van Doren.
Mamie Van Doren (born 1933) is an actress. Van Doren, Marilyn Monroe, and Jayne Mansfield were collectively known as "the three M's," the three biggest "sex symbol" actresses of the 1950's and early 60's.
Harry: (as Bull brings banner into courtroom) Hey, Wooly Bully, whatcha doing?
"Wooly Bully" was a #2 hit for Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs in 1965.
Bull: She said she was Edd "Kookie" Byrnes in disguise.
Edd Byrnes (born 1933) is an actor best known for playing the role of "Kookie" Kookson on the ABC series 77 Sunset Strip. The popularity of the character and his nonstop hair combing inspired the top 5 song "Kookie, Kookie (Lend Me Your Comb)," performed by Byrnes and Connie Stevens, in 1959.