Bilko lies about watching a show called "Cow Poke", which he claims is on TV at the same time as "Maverick" and "Have Gun - Will Travel".
Tom Poston says that Steve Allen has gotten "plugged" by the show
Stu sees James Garner in the bar and asks him about Maverick, both shows were produced by Warner Brothers and shown on ABC.
Kookie jokes that the Maverick brothers discovered California.
The two decide that the Imperial Club's bust of Franz Liszt resembles Bret Maverick without his hat.
Bentley Gregg jokes that he thinks he once saw Peter's ghost town on the Maverick show.
Title mentioned by Jack Ridgeway
Ehrlich mentions Maverick by name during poker game
Incorrect guess on an $800 clue in the category "'50's TV"
James Garner mentions his earlier series
Referenced during the "Maverick" review.
Jakob Stegelmann looks at the upcoming Danish release of Maverick (1994), and mentions the tv-series
After Kevin Sullivan squashes Maverick Wild, Bobby Heenan says, "So much for Maverick Wild, and Bret Maverick and Bart Maverick and all the other Mavericks."
character mentions someone from that show
John calls Rygel "Maverick" as he goes off to gamble
Referenced by name
While watching 'Rockford' with Martin, Daphne says she didn't knew Maverik was also Rockford.
Poster on wall in William Dozier's office
Bat Lash's line "My pappy always said..." is taken from the series Maverick.
Garth says "I really like the guy who plays Maverik"
James Garner is a pioneer of television westerns with "Maverick".
Mentioned by Richard Arnold.
The cast visits the set of the show and watches a scene being filmed; Roger Moore and Merry Anders appear as themselves.
Frankie watches an episode of the series in a bar.
scenes are shown
shows scenes from an episode
Showing Western Shows
A clip is shown.