Mr. Stevens: (having a heart attack) Listen, if I don't make it, tell Frosty goodbye.
Dan: (listening to Eddie insult Santa) He's a worm.
Liz: He's a kid. Someday he'll grow up.
Dan: And be a large worm.
Bull: You mean this guy's a fruitcake?
Bull: I'm sorry. Alleged fruitcake?
Harry: Hey, Carla B., how'd you like to see a trick?
Carla: Sorry. It's my night off.
Mr. Stevens: Hi!
Mr. Stevens: I'm Santa Claus.
Selma: I'm the Easter Bunny. We'll have lunch.
Harry: Hi. I'm Judge Stone. And you're...?
Eddie: Batman. This is my old lady, Wonder Woman.
Dan: Permission to smack him around a little, Your Honor.
Harry: Denied, but the court sympathizes, Mr. Prosecutor.
Harry: Are you that stupid?
Eddie: Hey, I ain't saying nothing without my attorney present.
Liz: She's here. Tell him if you're stupid or not.
Dan: (to "Santa") Saw you on the Perry Como special. Great.
Pop singer Perry Como had a long-running series of Christmas specials on television that began in 1948 and lasted until the mid-1990s.
Dr. Green: John Stevens, the man in the red flannel suit.
A play on the title of the 1955 novel and 1956 movie The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit.