The Lost Weekend (1945)
Bob finds a bottle in a chandelier and says "Ah! Ray Milland must have been here."
Van Johnson delivers a line to the effect of "Now I know how the guy in 'The Lost Weekend' felt."
Fred Allen mentions this film in connection with Mystery Guest Ray Milland.
Tom Ewell checks the hanging ceiling light for missing liquor, trying to convince the psychiatrist that his wife is mentally unbalanced.
Kirkeby says that Baxter and Miss Kubelik are probably not at work due to a "lost weekend"
Buddy mentions "The Lost Weekend" guy
Stella mentions this movie when Jerry shows up drunk
Sally mentions the movie by name.
A parrot remembers the alcoholic past ot the protagonist, describing that period as this title
title reference/both plots about addiction
Alcoholic seeing imaginary animals
mentioned in dialogue
Referenced by B.J.
Mentioned in Academy Awards sequence
Remington tells Laura that she gets the same look in her eyes at the sight of chocolate, that Ray Milland does in The Lost Weekend when he sees a bottle of scotch.
Steele compares his failed attempt to have a romantic weekend in San Franciso with Laura to the title of this film.
Sharon mentions the title.
Actors speak about these Movie
Mentioned by Dr. Forrester while presenting his "drinking jacket" invention
Referenced in the dialogue: "I care from you Lost Weekend-ing in your apartment!"
documentary features movie poster
Sookie compares Rune's extended stay at Jackson's to The Lost Weekend
Someone mentions this film.
Ted says "I've had my Lost Weekend."
Homer and Marge are seen coming out of the film.
Mentioned by Peter Bogdanovich.
Lane says that in the future, Rory and Lorelai will look back and their estrangement and see it as their Lost Weekend.
correct answer in "Films of the '40s" category
the trailer for X is shown in which the announcer mentions this film
Included in a $250,000 question
Dan suggests celebrating by sneaking 40s into the midnight showing of "The Lost Weekend" at Film Forum.
Ray Milland wax figure is shown.
Clip shown in a montage.
Clips from the film play over the episode's end credits.
On the TV in Angel's apartment.
excerpt of film used in documentary on director
Featured in Best Picture montage.
a film that deals with alcoholism
The mouse is reading a book called "The Lost Squeekend"
Little Audrey hides her candy in the same places Don Birnam hid his liquor. She and Birnam both see a bat in a hallucination.
According to the Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume 2 DVD Audio Commentary, the scene where the cat throws away Cat Nip is a reference to a scene in this movie
The shot of Homer walking aimlessly at night against black with signs fading in and out over the top.
The scene with Bender walking past all the neon signs tempting him.
The montage of Homer walking at night past lots of tempting signs spoofs this film.
Lisa walks down the street past several religious neon signs, referencing the scene in "The Lost Weekend."