Godot can't see Redd WhiteExplanation Godot is blind, and has to see with a special visor that cannot distinguish between red and white—this is first demonstrated and foreshadowed when Phoenix points out ketchup stains on a maid outfit in Case 3-3, which Godot cannot see as the ketchup got on the white part of the dress. Redd White's Punny Name therefore becomes Hilarious in Hindsight.
YOUR FATHER DIED LIKE A DOG AND SO WILL YOUExplanation Another Peachi comic, in which another episode is added to Miles' traumatic childhood.
I YELL OBJECTION IN THE COURT SOMETIMES Explanation May be a parody of a line from Taio Cruz's "Dynamite".
Quercus Alba is evolving! Explanation In Ace Attorney Investigations, when frail old man Quercus Alba suddenly reveals his true nature◊, people likened it to a Pokemon evolving.
Godot is Cyclops. BEHOLD! OPTIC BLAST!!Explanation Thanks to his visor resembling Cyclops's, comparisons between the two (including allegations that Godot can fire Optic Blasts) have been frequent. The fans ran away with this one, to the point that's it practically meta.
"Look! A ladder!" "That's a step-ladder."Explanation Once a game, a ladder appears and the current protagonist and their assistant will have a brief argument over classifying it as either a ladder or stepladder.
It's in the...UPDATED AUTOPSY REPORT. Explanation Goddamn prosecutors updating their reports and destroying our beautiful contradictions. This happens a lot.
It's the safest place I know. Explanation Prosecutors also love to put vital evidence from the crime scene in their pocket/satchel/whatever and not present it to the court until the defense has argued its absence, "justifying" it with a line like the above. And then claim that this oversight makes the defense incompetent.
"Eat your hamburgers, Apollo" Explanation Taken from Awkward Zombie, it's a catch-all phrase representing the English localizations attempts to hide the series being set in Japan. Has taken on a new life after the announcement of the newest game blatantly taking place in Japan's Meiji period (1868-1912).
It's chocolate milk!Explanation After Matt Engarde does his dramatic reveal, he pulls a wine glass containing some unidentified brown liquid out of nowhere. A popular fan joke is to say it's chocolate milk.