Big Bad Wolf song
Sally lifts her skirt above her knee to hitch a ride, she says like she saw in a movie.
Parodies the hitchhiking scene.
Clark pulls up his pantleg while trying to hitch a ride.
Susan Hayward says she had to do the Claudette Colbert routine of raising her dress to get a cab
In one scene, Kenny and Melody Lee are in a room that is divided in half by a blanket, and Kenny comments that it's like 'that old movie'.
Mentioned as part of Claudette Colbert's filmography.
Ginger and Joe discuss the film
Alice mentions the title.
Madeline Kahn tries to stop a car by showing her leg
Franklyn mentions this film along with Clark Gable
When Charles has put up a separation drape in the Swamp, Hawkeye says he remembers it from this movie.
Mentioned in dialogue.
hitchiking scene. (raising skirt to stop a car)
Ted: "Did you ever see that film with Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert where they have to spend the night in the same room?" Spike: "It was called 'It Happened One Night'."
Mentioned in the dialogue.
Roger Ebert compares "Starman" (1984) to this film.
The film is mentioned by name.
Scene with Roberts and Storke trying to hitch a ride when they have car trouble.
Don says it's his favourite movie.
Jill mentions seeing it in the cinema
The title is a reference to the title of the movie.
Crow: "This is like 'It Happened One Night,' except it makes me want to kill myself."
The title is mentioned.
Still highlights Frank Capra.
Hitchhiking scene reference: 'You should show more leg'
"It's It Happened One Night, Only gay."
The film is mentioned by Frank Capra, Jr.
Grace mentions seeing the movie while she was in New York.
Lorelai questioning Luke on what movies he's seen
A street vendor recommends the DVD to his customer.
In both movies, the hero argues with a guy who can only retort "Oh, yeah?"
one of Scotty's videos
three Double Jeopardy! category titles allude to Clark Gable, including "It Happened One Knight"
scene discussed by characters
Title references the classic Capra film
Mary Jo says the title.
title mentioned by character; also seen on theater marquee
Advertisement on the wall when Kit finds the dog
Photos and posters shown.
mentioned during The Movie Numbers Game
Leah says, "This is like that movie 'It Happened One Night.'"
Included in an $8,000 question
Brett says that bad films remind us of good films he gives this film as an example of a good classic road trip film
The closing wedding ceremony is an homage to Frank Capra's romantic comedy.
In the market-place, Carrie gets a cab by exposing her leg, like she saw in the other film earlier
Ezra, Aria and Ella see it at the movies (title visible on theater marquee).
Poster visible in Friends with benefits clip
Poster in Jamies apartment
Movie poster on a wall in Peter von Schnabel's home
Clips with Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert
Shows in the last scene when Charlie is talkin on the phone
This film is #35 on the list.
Kay is watching it on TV.
Scenes from this film are shown.
This film is #8 on the list.
Shown when Joan is watching Television
Clips featured and discussed
Clips are featured.
This film is #46 on the list.
Featured in Best Picture montage.
The Bad (character) is watching 'It Happened One Night' in the movie theatre.
This film is #3 on the "Romantic Comedy" list.
It's playing on a TV in the nursing home when Shelley comes to volunteer.
Meredith watches this movie
Part or all of the trailer is shown and discussed.
Movie Gia and Adrianna are watching
John and Carrie watch the famous hitchhiking scene at the hotel.
To stop the stagecoach, Stan parodies "It Happened One Night" by showing his leg to the stagecoach driver.
Lone Starr gives up his reward, and only takes recovery of expenses. In It Happened One Night, Peter also gives up on his reward, and takes only accomodation recovery. In both cases, this is a sign for the female character of his love
Pokes at hitch-hiking scene
The episode title is a pun on the film.
When Bo can't get a car to stop for him while stranded, Sam stops one (a cop car) by lifting her shirt
Roxy says "Behold the walls of Jericho!" just like Peter Warne in the 1934 movie while putting a barrier dividing the bed (as well as the other one dividing the room with a blanket)