In "The Cost Of Living", an episode of 'CSI: NY', the murder victim was an archaeologist who took the name of "James Sutton". (His real name was Mitch Henson.) At the time of his death, Sutton was on the trail of the answer behind the disappearance and probable murder of Judge Crater back in the 1930's. He even found the Judge's pocket watch near FDR's long-abandoned personal train cars under the Waldorf-Astoria.
Seeing the body's old scars, Sutton's battered fedora, and hearing about his exploits at the nearby explorers' club, Investigator Stella Bonasera remarked:
Stella: Seems James fashioned himself a real Indiana Jones.
Mac: Until someone made this his last crusade.
Perhaps a better way to have described him would have been as "another Indiana Jones", or as "the next Indiana Jones", because the original Indiana Jones was real in Toobworld.
Four actors have played Indy on TV: Corey Carrier, Sean Patrick Flanery, George Hall, and Harrison Ford himself, who of course originated the role in the movies.
Stella didn't really mis-speak, but she could have chosen her words better. At any rate, there was no Zonk unearthed in this mention of Dr. Henry Jones.