The Naval Criminal Investigative Service is introduced in JAG: Ice Queen (2003) and JAG: Meltdown (2003).
In the opening of the show Peter watched a fictional episode of JAG.
Ross mentions it by name.
Mentioned by Sarah Silverman and Ron Livingston.
Seth mentions it while watching TV in the motel
Bud Roberts makes an appearance.
Hank tells Peggy that JAG is a rerun.
Referenced during the cold opening
Gina mentions the show.
Mentioned during Weekend Update
It is mentioned
Mentioned in dialogue
Seen on TV schedule board.
Tom can't remember anyone telling him that they watched this show
"the other patients were watching 'JAG'."
Truman mentions that he had a guest role in three episodes of "JAG."
Mentioned by Aunt Linda on Weekend Update
Rusty recalls watching the series
a murder suspect requests a JAG lawyer
Captain Riggs requests a JAG lawyer
JAG episode #7.13 (2002) is also named Code of Conduct. Identical episode name in a spin-off series cannot be a coincidence.
A JAG lawyer appears
Subject of a $10,000 question
A murder suspect requests a JAG lawyer
Faran Tahir played a terrorist in Ice Queen and Meltdown in JAG, which was the intro episodes for NCIS, which spun off NCIS: Los Angeles.
Mentioned during "The Manuel Ortiz Show"
Vance mentions a U.S. Attorney was a JAG
Answer to question in the category TV Spin-Offs
Kenneth says that he stole the speech "No, you can't. That's an order" from an episode of the show
Judge Lately mentions the show by name.
"It's a Jag film. Well, old people will love it."
an emergency services telephone line has an option for callers who want to know why the show wasn't on this week
Mentioned by Tosh
mentioned by Burt
Birkhoff scornfully calls colonel Slocum "JAG officer".
Mentioned when discussing Donald Bellisario.
A scene is spoofed on the television.