L.A. Law (1986–1994)
The show is referenced by an interview clip.
Norm mentions the show and his attraction to actress Jill Eikenberry.
The neighbor mentions the show.
Donald Duck attempts to hire the lawywers of L.A. Law
Mentioned by Buddy Precisely
Mentioned when Richard Dysart is introduced, who was in the show.
Laura and Jake talk about the show.
"Don't you know you can be sued for unplugging a TV while someone's watching it? I saw it on L.A. Law."
TV series mentioned by name
Mentioned in 'TV Lawyers' skit
Victor Sifuentes and Abby Perkins appear
Mentioned by name.
Referenced by John Sessions during 'Gospel'
Servo: What is this, B.C. Law?
Andrea's and Brenda's tour of L.A. for Chris takes them by the building they shoot L.A. Law in, and Chris says it's his favourite series.
Zack accidentally hits a duck with a baseball. When Jessie gets angry, Zack says, "It was an accident, not a case for 'L.A. Law'."
Show is mentioned by name.
referenced in a joke
the series is mentioned
Mentioned in "Don't Make Me Give It Up" rap.
In the discussion of "Frozen Assets" (1992), Gene Siskel mentions that Corbin Bernsen is also the star of this TV series.
Bart, Lisa, and Lionel watch this show.
Al tells Walter Traugott: "I don't talk to the law. I don't listen to the law. I don't watch 'L.A. Law'."
Billy mentions an episode to Rachel.
Corbin Bernsen reprises his character
Miss Hardaway tells Bud, who works for the Virgin Hotline, he has to be the callers' "cold shower during heavy Jimmy Smits reruns of 'L.A. Law'."
The show is the topic of an in-joke regarding the guest star.
Theme song is played as roach lawyers descend during a courtroom scene.
Howard interviews people to front for him and one of the applicants mentions LA Law. Amanda Donohoe starred on the TV show.
In "Ally McSqueal" the biscuit man farts the theme tune to this.
Mr. T says, "I pity the red haired secretary from 'L.A. Law'. Your kindess and loyalty was often abused by that lecherous but handsome Arnie Becker."
Elliot sees Corbin Bernsen, thinks he's seeing the cast of L.A. Law; theme plays on piano when Bersen goes up to talk.
David's lawyer comment about Harry Hamlin
Mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned by Buddy Pricisely (archive footage)
At 80's Television Convention, Peter says to Brian: "You look just like Alf." Brian answers: "I'm not Alf. I'm Douglas Brackman from L. A. Law."
TV announcer refers to an upcoming episode of this
Glen wants to watch the show with Alison and Gary
Mentioned by Ben when a flight over Los Angeles takes him past the skyscrapers in the centre of the city.
On "L.A. Law" Alan Rachins played a lawyer who worked for the firm of McKenzie Brackman. In this episode he played a lawyer who worked for the firm of McKinley Breckman.
Mentions that Paul Haggis was a writer on the show.
Mentioned by Chana
Mentioned in Alcohol IQ
In the flashback to 1989, Henry (Corbin Bernsen) says that "L.A. Law" is a "passing fad." Bernsen starred on "L.A. Law."
Jeremy refers to Jeff as "L.A. Law."
Contestant who is a lawyer recalls watching the series
mentioned by Donna
Liz shouts "Victor Sifuentes!" during her rant in court
Marcus: "As they say on 'L.A. Law': see you in court!"
Mentioned by Warwick.
Blair Underwood's role in "L.A. Law" is referenced in the opening narration.
Shirley tells Jeff that he was "like a white Blair Underwood" in the courtroom.
Liz says that over the hiatus, she did a jigsaw puzzle featuring the show's cast
Retrospective documentary on this TV series.
Todd suggests that someone make a TV series based on David Fenton similar to this show.
Before Max's trial, Kim tells Denise, "Now do you see why I have to go? It's like L.A. Law, but with smaller shoulder pads."
Mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned by Sarah Silverman in the Word Sneak game
"And to dress in Susan Day's L.A. Law wardrobe."
Clips from the television series are shown while the cast comment on it.
Spoofed during cold opening
The first segment is named La La Law after this show and features an opening sequence spoofing that of this show.
Porn parody of 1980's and '90's lawyer series.
Joey's character of Dr. Ramoray dies in the same way, after the writers said "The easiest way to get rid of a soap opera character is to just have them fall down an elevator shaft."
Spoofed in the "TV Lawyers" segment
While playing baseball with a team of lawyers, Doug fantasizes that he himself is a lawyer. His fantasy sequence is a spoof of the television show "L.A. Law".