Harold Perrineau, Jr. is listed without a character name in the closing credits, marking the only time this happens in the show's history.
Max: Who's your daddy?
Walter: The man upstairs.
Max: Judge Cartwright?
Walter: A little higher.
Max: The mayor? The governor? President Clinton?
Walter: All the way up.
Max: So then that would make you...
Walter: I'm back!
Khadijah: So what's the charge? Wearing sandals and sack cloth after Labor Day?
Max: But he didn't say anything about him wearing a jail jumpsuit, cheap sneakers and a trace of Polo cologne.
Overton: Well, if he is the Lord, he should be wearing Eternity.
Synclaire: Food for thought, Max. Wouldn't it be ironic if you got to the pearly gates and there's your client saying, "Told you so."
Regine: Wait a minute. Max in Heaven? Oh, I don't think that's one she's got to worry about.
Khadijah: Max, where is your heart?
Max: My heart? Oh please. They make you get rid of that the minute you pass the bar.
Walter: A wise man once said, "The truth shall set you free." Hey, that was me!
Khadijah: (to Tripp) Like you didn't cry buckets when in Soul Food.
A reference to the 1997 film, which featured Mel Jackson.
Synclaire: I met a man on the subway once who had a sock puppet he said was Gandhi. I didn't buy it, though. But he had a brown sock that sounded just like Luther Vandross.
A reference to the famed R&B singer.
Max: (to Regine) Yoda.
Max compares Regine to the pint-sized Jedi Master from the Star Wars films.
Khadijah: (to Max) So, what's next? You gonna come up with some catchy phrase for your defense like "If he heals the sick, they must acquit"?
A reference to the "if it doesn't fit, you must acquit" line used by defense attorney Johnnie Cochran in the O.J. Simpson murder trial.
Max: American Gladiators face-off of the century.
A reference to the long-running syndicated series.
Max: (to Walter)
Khadijah told you my business, didn't she? Well, here's a little something you should know about her. For two whole years, she didn't go to church. She slept in every Sunday...sometimes with somebody.
A reference to the subplot of the episode "Oh, Solo Mio
," in which Khadijah worried about returning to church following a long absence.