• Dialogue from Liar, Liar (1997):


FLETCHER REEDE Your honor, I object.
JUDGE STEVENS And why is that, Mr Reede?
FLETCHER REEDE Because it's devastating to my case.

  • Sketch from Pleasure At Her Majesty's (1976):

MICHAEL NORMAN SMITH I did, you know, the murders, but as you're all so looking forward to his I thought I'd plead not-guilty.

  • Dialogue from The Addam's Family Values (1993):

GOMEZ ADDAMS They say a man who represents himself has a fool for a client. Well, with God as my witness: I am that fool.

  • Dialogue from The Simpsons episode "New Kid on the Block" (1992):

LIONEL HUTZ Mr Simspson, this is the most blatant case of fraudulent advertising since my suit against the film "The Never Ending Story"