- In the first episode, a delivery man doesn't believe the very young-looking Harry is a judge. Harry retorts, "If I weren't the judge, could I do this?" and discharges a gag rifle that shoots seemingly-endless spring snakes over everyone else in the room. Harry then adds: "...In his office?"
- Dan had a great one in "Constitution, Part 2". Roz, who was recently diagnosed as Diabetic, has gone into shock and is hallucinating that she's a little girl again. This is made more problematic by her standing on a roof-ledge while crying about how her father used to wake her up after he got off the late-shift at work and fixed her an ice-cream cone and how she'll never be able to think about him while having ice cream ever again. After failing to talk her down and taking two punches to the face and a Groin Attack trying to grapple her, Dan finally talks Roz down by pretending to be her father and offering to fix her an ice cream cone.
- Nearly everyone on the cast got one in "It's Just a Joke" - an episode in which a Politically Incorrect Comedian nicknamed "Potty-Mouth" tried to score free publicity for his act by staging a First Amendment Battle over his right to Free Speech in Harry's court with a televangelist accomplice fanning the flames of censorship to increase donations to his church. Harry winds up turning the tables by arranging for the comedian to perform his act in front of the courtroom and...
- Christine tells the guy off and leaves after the first joke - a sexist one-liner about single mothers being sluts and welfare cheats.
- Lizette, the mousy court stenographer whose major defining characteristic was not standing up for herself, actually stands up to the comedian and says that jokes about women being hurt aren't funny.
- Roz's response to the quip about how the large number of African Americans in the audience suggests "they need more security around here". "Actually, I AM security around here."
- Former soldier Mac and his understated punchline to the joke "What do you call an African American man in a uniform?" "A Veteran?"
- In the end Dan, who had been defending the comedian's style of humor as satire throughout the episode, finally has enough and tells the guy off when he realizes that the comedian honestly believes the backward things he is saying. This leads to a Funny Moment and one of the few occasions when Dan was ever at a loss for words after the comedian - unable to think of any other comeback - accuses Dan of being gay.
- Even blind vendor Jack - who was only on the show during Season 8 - got one after the comedian makes a crack about a blind man stealing his job because it was "Hire The Handicapped Week" and Jack laughs.
Comedian: (defensively) Aha! See! See! The blind guy laughed!
Jack: Yeah, I was just imagining what it must be like if you look as stupid as you sound!
- The payoff to the scene has the Comedian arguing that Harry just pulled these people off the street and that "These people aren't real Potty-Mouth fans!" Harry retorts that these people were standing in line for tickets to his show to see what all the fuss was about, thus exposing Potty-Mouth as the money-grabbing fraud he really is.
- In "Top Judge", Harry got into a duel with a younger prankster judge. In perhaps his most Crazy Awesome moment ever, Harry won the duel after pretending to concede the fight, giving the younger judge his best silk robe (the prize he demanded if he won) and wound up trapping the younger judge inside a giant balloon he had rigged up to inflate by remote control, filling the courtroom.
Harry: Cleaver, you may be younger. You may be faster. You may even be smarter. But you will NEVER, EVER, be crazier," pulls out a awl to puncture the balloon he's trapped him with and gets an absolutely crazed look on his face, "... than me."
- The prank the young judge pulled on Harry wasn't bad either. The courtroom waited for his prank to strike at the time he said would happen. When it didn't, Harry called for a recess... and the pounding of the gavel caused Harry's entire bench to collapse.
- Ah, but Harry knew it was coming, and knew his rival's ego would get baited with that particular silk robe...
- In "No Hard Feelings", Dan turns the tables on an aggressive lawyer with a big-name law firm, who only wanted to hire him because of his reported prowess of a lover and not because of his skill as a lawyer. This offended Dan because Even Evil Has Standards and while Dan has no qualms about sleeping with a colleague or even a boss, he does not play games with the law and takes his job as a lawyer seriously. So he slept with the lawyer, gave her the greatest night of passion in her life... and then turned down the job after giving her a "The Reason You Suck" Speech, making it clear he had no interest in being a "high-price office gigolo".
Dan: When you think of this night... and you will... suffer.
- His words to the passing janitor in the hallway: "You can have your principles AND get lucky!"
- Dan saves a girl's life by performing an emergency appendectomy (getting instructions from an experienced doctor whose hands were broken) in "Danny Got His Gun Pt. 2".
- In "The Game Show", Bull competes on a game show to raise money for the after-school program he works with in his spare time. After Dan's attempt to hypnotize Bull into remaining calm under pressure fails, Bull rallies in the second round to come within striking distance of the lead. In the final round, despite having to face a ticking time-clock (his biggest fear), Bull has a moment of inspiration while wiping his brow and comes up with the correct answer to the final question - human sweat! Bull manages to overcome his fears, save the day and he does it all on his own.
- In "Snoop and Nuts, Part 2", Buddy taps into his primordial fatherhood instincts and orders a smart-mouthed Harry - still bitter over Buddy having kept the fact that he was Harry's biological father a secret - to "sit your butt down and don't give me any more of your lip!" Even Buddy is amazed and wonders where THAT came from.
- Roz pieing the official in "Her Honor Pt 2" after the group learns that she was the one who kept Harry from being re-appointed as a judge just because she didn't like the way he ran his court (for the pettiest of reasons, because he talks to criminals brought in rather then just sentence them right away). The way it played out is brilliant, the official gets in a haughty last word to Harry and makes to leave. Roz, holding a cake meant for Harry, turns it sideways just as she's reaching the door causing her to walk right into it.