Bull: All rise. This court is now in session. The honorable, and sexy, Harold T. Stone, presiding.
Heather: It's just that I find myself more in sync with Dan.
Harry: Yeah, well, a sink is only one of the places you'll find yourself with Dan.
Harry: So, what's on your mind?
Dan: I can't tell you.
Harry: Why not?
Dan: Because you're a judge and I'm an attorney working in your court.
Dan: So I can't very well sit here and tell you that I think you're a sneaky, skinny little twerp, can I?
Harry: Dan, what the hell is bugging you?
Dan: You'll find me in contempt and throw me in jail.
Harry: Oh, come on!
Dan: Okay, okay. I think you're abusing your authority over me because you are afraid of a little man-to-man competition for Heather.
Harry: You're right.
Dan: I am?
Harry: Yeah. I'm gonna throw you in jail.
Harry: You know, it's really funny, isn't it? I mean, here we are, we're acting like a couple of high school kids fighting over the same girl.
Dan: (chuckling) Yeah.
Harry: Drop her, bozo.
Dan: Not for a geek like you!
Heather: They are so charming!
Christine: So are Leopold and Loeb.
Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb were two law students in Chicago who murdered a 14-year-old boy in 1924.
Christine: There's no telling who could be here. Rock stars. Politicians. Novelists.
Bull: (appearing with Roz) Hi, guys. (both wave)
Dan: The cast from Motel Hell.
Motel Hell is a 1980 low-budget spoof of horror movies.