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Followed by 

The Honeymooners (1976) (TV Movie)
The Honeymooners (1977) (TV Movie)
The Honeymooners (1978) (TV Movie)
The Honeymooners (1978) (TV Movie)

Version of 

Kaos i opgangen (1997) (TV Series)
Miodowe lata (1998) (TV Series)

Remade as 

Toen was geluk heel gewoon (1994) (TV Series)
Rena rama Rolf (1994) (TV Series)
Ratikka-Raimo (1999) (TV Series)
The Honeymooners (2005)
It's a remake with same characters.

Spun-off from 

The Jackie Gleason Show (1952) (TV Series)


The Jackie Gleason Show (1966) (TV Series)
Gleason regularly revived The Honeymooners characters on this show.


Rhythm on Ice (1946) (Short)
One of the movies listed in the TV listings consulted by Ralph and Norton in the episode "TV or Not TV".

Referenced in 

What's My Line?: Episode dated 21 August 1955 (1955) (TV Episode)
mentioned in connection with mystery guest Audrey Meadows
Hyde and Hare (1955) (Short)
Red Riding Hoodwinked (1955) (Short)
Artists and Models (1955)
Eugene is listening to a couple that sound like Ralph and Alice Kramden and the man says "Har Dee Har Har."
Half-Fare Hare (1956) (Short)
Raw! Raw! Rooster! (1956) (Short)
Wideo Wabbit (1956) (Short)
Bugs dresses up as Norton at the end.
The Phil Silvers Show: Bilko's Televison Idea (1957) (TV Episode)
While brainstorming different character ideas for a new TV show, Bilko says, "Look what they did with a fat bus driver". This is a reference to Ralph Kramden.
Give and Tyke (1957) (Short)
Bedevilled Rabbit (1957) (Short)
A Bird in a Bonnet (1958) (Short)
Make Room for Daddy: Three on a Honeymoon (1960) (TV Episode)
When a joke is made at Danny's expense, he sarcastically retorts, "Hardee-har-har-har", which is a repeated line of Ralph Kramden's.
Make Room for Daddy: Kathy, the Matchmaker (1960) (TV Episode)
Danny uses Ralph Kramden's catchphrase "hardy-har-har-har".
Make Room for Daddy: Tonoose, the Liar (1960) (TV Episode)
Richie uses Ralph Kramden's catchphrase "hardy-har-har-har".
Make Room for Daddy: Rusty the Rat (1960) (TV Episode)
Danny uses Ralph Kramden's catchphrase "hardee-har-har".
The Dick Van Dyke Show: Stretch Petrie vs. Kid Schenk (1964) (TV Episode)
When Rob stalls on signing Neil's letter of recommendation, Neil says it is like Art Carney. Then Rob does an impression of Ed Norton.
The Munsters: Country Club Munsters (1965) (TV Episode)
When Herman is preparing to tee off, he tells Eddie he addressing the ball and then says "Hello ball."
Bewitched: Sam in the Moon (1967) (TV Episode)
When Sam gets annoyed by Darrin's questioning she imitates Ralph Kramden when she tells Darren, "to the moon ... one of these days .. ."
Here's Lucy: Lucy Visits Jack Benny (1968) (TV Episode)
Jackie Gleason reprises his role of Ralph Kramden and the theme music is played.
Laugh-In: Episode #4.3 (1970) (TV Episode)
Referenced in Meet the Mitchells
Smokey and the Bandit (1977)
As Bandit speeds away from Buford, he says "Bye, bye baby" in an Ed Norton voice, mimicking Jackie Gleason's sidekick in "The Honeymooners".
Saturday Night Live: Christopher Lee/Meat Loaf (1978) (TV Episode)
Mentioned during the monologue and Weekend Update.
Saturday Night Live: Richard Dreyfuss/Jimmy Buffett, Gary Tigerman (1978) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Judi played by Larraine Newman.
Mork & Mindy: Pilot (1978) (TV Episode)
Quoted by Mork
Archie Bunker's Place: Thanksgiving Reunion: Part 2 (1979) (TV Episode)
When Gloria finds the TV knob, Mike says, "Now we can watch 'The Honeymooners'."
Say Goodnight, Gracie (1983) (TV Movie)
Hill Street Blues: Eugene's Comedy Empire Strikes Back (1983) (TV Episode)
Coffey cales Bates 'Ralph Kramden' and she calls him 'Norton'.
Eddie Murphy: Delirious (1983) (TV Special)
Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton mentioned as a possible pair of faggots
E/R: The Sister (1984) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in dialogue
The Initiation (1984)
One character claims he was named after Ralph Cramden from "The Honeymooners".
Moonlighting: The Lady in the Iron Mask (1985) (TV Episode)
David says to Maddie "You're the greatest !" like Ralph said to Alice.
Amazing Stories: Fine Tuning (1985) (TV Episode)
A photo of Ralph Kramden hangs in the restaurant.
Diff'rent Strokes: Sam's Big Brother (1986) (TV Episode)
Sam mentions watching it with Willis
Night Court: The Retirement (1986) (TV Episode)
Flo's line to Bull, "Baby, you're the greatest."
The Money Pit (1986)
Siskel & Ebert: Colorizing: Hollywood's New Vandalism (1986) (TV Episode)
Roger Ebert imagines the men in the colorization industry watching reruns of this show and imagining what they can do to them.
Robin Williams: An Evening at the Met (1986) (TV Special)
Referring to wives about to give birth: "Your little wife has suddenly transformed into Ralph Kramden: 'GET IT OUT, NORTON!'"
Night Court: Baby Talk (1987) (TV Episode)
"Baby, you're the greatest!"
Hunter: City of Passion: Part 2 (1987) (TV Episode)
Sgt. Kitty O'Hearn says 'to the moon, Alice'
Scooby-Doo and the Reluctant Werewolf (1988) (TV Movie)
Dracula threatens repeatedly to send Vanna to the moon, in imitation of Ralph threatening the same to Alice
The Horneymooners (1988) (Video)
title reference
The Experts (1989)
Gil says that his favorite TV show is "The Honeymooners."
True Love (1989)
The Jim Henson Hour: Science Fiction (1989) (TV Episode)
Quote has been used during Digit's case of the reruns.
Moontrap (1989)
Dialogue about "to the moon", with gesture.
Communion (1989)
Anne Strieber says "bang, zoom!" to her husband, imitating Ralph Cramden's famous line.
Saved by the Bell: The Mamas and the Papas (1989) (TV Episode)
Slater suggests ending his and Jessie's 'marriage' before he "sends her to the moon."
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Robot vs. the Aztec Mummy (1989) (TV Episode)
Crow (looking at a picture of a moon): "I didn't know Jackie Gleason was in this."
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Slime People (1989) (TV Episode)
Crow: "Well, it's a broken water main all right, Ralphie boy."
The Wonder Years: The Powers That Be (1990) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Grandpa Arnold and Jack imitates "Ralph Kramden" with his catchphrase: "To the moon, Alice!"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Untamed Youth (1990) (TV Episode)
"You push me around in a wheelbarrel dressed as one of the Honeymooners"
Mr. Belvedere: Mr. Belvedere's Wedding: Part 2 (1990) (TV Episode)
Mr. Belvedere has a nightmare fantasy that he and Louise will end up as the bickering Ralph and Alice from "The Honeymooners" after they get married.
Quick Change (1990)
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes: Invasion of the Tomato Snatchers (1990) (TV Episode)
Dr. Gangreen quotes Ralph Kramden's line "Bang! Zoom! To the moon, Alice!
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Ring of Terror (1990) (TV Episode)
"To the Moon!"
King Ralph (1991)
Ralph mentions Ralph Kramden as one of the honorable men named Ralph.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Daddy-O (1991) (TV Episode)
Joel: "Hey, it's the Honeymooners' apartment."
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Castle of Fu Manchu (1992) (TV Episode)
Crow: "Where's Ed Norton?"
Night Court: Undressed for Success (1992) (TV Episode)
"Baby, you're the greatest!"
In the Soup (1992)
Mystery Science Theater 3000: City Limits (1992) (TV Episode)
Crow (as Ralph): "Oh, you're comin' up in this scene, Norton!"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Being from Another Planet (1992) (TV Episode)
Tom: "Tonight, on the USA Network: 'Swamp Thing' vs. 'The Honeymooners'!"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Indestructible Man (1992) (TV Episode)
Crow (as Ralph Kramden): "Norton!"
Tiny Toon Adventures: The Return of Batduck (1992) (TV Episode)
Ed Norton appears as a sewer map salesman.
Breaking the Rules (1992)
Phil mentions the episode where Ralph goes on the game show.
Dream On: To the Moon, Alex! (1992) (TV Episode)
Catchphrase referenced in episode title.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Crash of Moons (1992) (TV Episode)
Title spoken.
Toys (1992)
Leslie says that the general looks like "a Russian Ralph Kramden."
Roundhouse: TV on Trial (1992) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in "Don't Make Me Give It Up" rap.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: 'Manos' the Hands of Fate (1993) (TV Episode)
Crow: "One of these days, Alice!"
Robot Wars (1993)
Ralph Kramden is mentioned in a conversation between Drake and Stumpy.
Cheers: One for the Road (1993) (TV Episode)
Rebecca says that she shot for Donald Trump, but got Ed Norton. As she leaves, Sam says, "See you, Trixie."
Undercover Blues (1993)
Animaniacs: Yakko's World/Cookies for Einstein/Win Big (1993) (TV Episode)
Pinky watches this on TV, the main character is talked about in a quiz.
Mad About You: Bing, Bang, Boom (1993) (TV Episode)
Ralph Kramden is referenced.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1993) (TV Episode)
Servo (as Jackie Gleason): "Art Carney!"
Animaniacs: Critical Condition/The Three Muska-Warners (1993) (TV Episode)
Art Carney makes a cameo appearance, dressed up as Ed Norton.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: 12 to the Moon (1994) (TV Episode)
Referenced by Tom
Animaniacs: Of Course You Know, This Means Warners/Up a Tree/Wakko's Gizmo (1994) (TV Episode)
Ralph Kramden donates a bowling trophy to the Warners' scrap metal drive.
The Nanny: Sunday in the Park with Fran (1994) (TV Episode)
After Fran makes a joke, Frank Bradley Jr. says to her, "That joke's so old, I heard it on The Flintstones, which, bt the way, is a pale imitation of The Honeymooners".
Batman: The Animated Series: Harlequinade (1994) (TV Episode)
Joker says "Baby, you're the greatest"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Invasion USA (1994) (TV Episode)
Crow (as Ralph): "Norton!"
Ghoulies IV (1994) (Video)
One of the sewer workers behaves like Ed Norton and even sports a vest.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Racket Girls (1994) (TV Episode)
Tom (as Ed Norton): "Hey, Ralphy boy!"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: High School Big Shot (1994) (TV Episode)
Crow: "To the moon, Alice!"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Beast of Yucca Flats (1995) (TV Episode)
Tom: "To the moon, Alice!"
The Critic: From Chunk to Hunk (1995) (TV Episode)
Jay says, "One of these days, Alice ..." like Ralph Kramden.
Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man: Clip Job (1995) (TV Episode)
One of the characters Duckman turns into when he's hooked up to the TV transmitting device is Ralph Kramden.
The Critic: Dukerella (1995) (TV Episode)
Alice says she was named after Alice Kramden from the show.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Incredible Melting Man (1996) (TV Episode)
Crow: (as Jackie Gleason) You're the greatest.
The Simpsons: The Day the Violence Died (1996) (TV Episode)
"If we didn't have the Honeymooners....
The Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper: Spook, Lies and Videotape/Ghostfather (1996) (TV Episode)
Stinkie: "Bang! Zoom! To the moon, Bulbhead!"
The Incredible Hulk: Fantastic Fortitude (1996) (TV Episode)
Thing quotes the catchphrase 'One of these days, pow! To the moon, Alice!'
The Simpsons: Grade School Confidential (1997) (TV Episode)
Homer thought Mrs. Krabappel's last name was "Crandall," as in Ralph and Alice Crandall.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Devil Doll (1997) (TV Episode)
"Alice, baby, you're the greatest!"
Trekkies (1997)
videos seen on shelf
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Space Mutiny (1997) (TV Episode)
Servo: (as announcer) The Honeymooners!
Boy Meets World: If You Can't Be with the One You Love... (1998) (TV Episode)
Shawn imitates Ralph Kramden and says, "While you, Norton, are a train wreck."
Pleasantville (1998)
Futurama: The Series Has Landed (1999) (TV Episode)
A re-enactment of a bit of the famous "Bang, zoom, straight to the moon" line with the characters in a museum.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Future War (1999) (TV Episode)
"They're looking for Ed Norton"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Diabolik (1999) (TV Episode)
"Ralph, phone!" Mike: I'm comin' Alice.
Bringing Out the Dead (1999)
Tom Walls (while beating up Noel with a baseball bat): "To the moon, Alice!"
Boy Meets World: The Honeymooners (1999) (TV Episode)
Title reference.
Just Shoot Me!: When Nina Met Elliott's Mother (2000) (TV Episode)
Elliot compares his parents to the Honeymooners.
The Sopranos: Big Girls Don't Cry (2000) (TV Episode)
Furio is referred to as "Chef of the Future."
Twice in a Lifetime: War of the Poseys (2000) (TV Episode)
Othniel renames the Poseys "Ralph and Alice" after the Kramdens.
The Simpsons: HOMR (2001) (TV Episode)
The leopard cartoon character at the animation festival is based on Ralph Kramden.
Popular: I Know What You Did Last Spring Break (2001) (TV Episode)
The CDC agent references the show.
Family Guy: Mr. Saturday Knight (2001) (TV Episode)
At the end of the episode as Peter, Chris, and Louis walk away without Peter getting his job back, Louis says "Remember that one episode of The Honeymooners where Ralph lost his job, but at the end of the show he didn't get it back?"
Family Guy: Emission Impossible (2001) (TV Episode)
Stewie storms back in the room and shouts "WHAT?!" a la Ralph Kramden.
Mr. B's Lost Shorts (2001) (Video)
Mentioned by Tom
Lefty-Right (2002)
Gilmore Girls: Secrets and Loans (2002) (TV Episode)
Lorelai says, "I swear, one of these days, Alice. Pow! Right in the kisser!"
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Competence (2002) (TV Episode)
Munch mentions that when he was a child, he wanted to be a bus driver like Ralph Kramden.
Robin Williams Live on Broadway (2002) (TV Special)
Robin mentions Ralph Kramden.
Gleason (2002) (TV Movie)
The Perfect Pitch (2002) (TV Movie)
Catch Me If You Can (2002)
Frank's father (and later Frank) use the expression "To the Moon" twice.
Ultrachrist! (2003)
Ends with a Jackie Gleason impersonation ... "Baby, you're the greatest!"
Uncensored Comedy: That's Not Funny! (2003) (TV Movie)
The show is mentioned and stills are shown.
The Sopranos: The Test Dream (2004) (TV Episode)
Tony says "To the moon, Alice!"
Jimmy Neutron: Win, Lose and Kaboom (2004) (TV Movie)
One show Hugh watches mimics Jackie Gleason's catchphrases.
Snowball Effect: The Story of 'Clerks' (2004) (Video)
One of Kevin Smith's high school comedy skits was called the "Honeyoompas".
Horror Friends (2004) (Short)
Freddy quotes the famous line when he says "I'll send you to the moon Carrie!..."
Behind the Tunes: Looney Tunes Go Hollywood (2004) (Video)
Referenced by title.
Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Mork & Mindy (2005) (TV Movie)
Referenced during Robin Williams' audition.
Family Guy: PTV (2005) (TV Episode)
Characters watch this on TV.
Jeopardy!: Episode #22.60 (2005) (TV Episode)
Correct response in "TV Fans" category.
World Trade Center (2006)
The Ralph Kramden statue seen. Actor Jackie Gleason mentioned by name.
Destroy All Humans! 2 (2006) (Video Game)
At one point, Crypto threatens Ponsonby with, "Pow! To the moon!"
Behind the Tunes: Wild Lines - The Art of Voice Acting (2006) (Video)
Referenced by name.
Inside the Actors Studio: Eddie Murphy (2006) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Eddie.
The WPIX Yule Log: A Log's Life (2006) (TV Movie)
Film footage of the fireplace was found in a Honeymooners film can.
The Simpsons: Yokel Chords (2007) (TV Episode)
The end, when Cletus says, "Baby, you're the greatest!", followed by "Honeymooners" music and a face on the Moon.
What Love Is (2007)
Ralph Kramden mentioned.
Sam and Max: Bright Side of the Moon (2007) (Video Game)
Sam - "To the moon! Alice!"
Mad Men: Red in the Face (2007) (TV Episode)
When a joke is made at Ken Cosgrove's expense, he sarcastically retorts, "Hardee-har-har", which is a repeated line of Ralph Kramden's.
The O'Reilly Factor: Episode dated 9 May 2008 (2008) (TV Episode)
Bill says this is one of his all time favorite shows.
House M.D.: House's Head (2008) (TV Episode)
House calls an Asian bus driver "Lalph Klamden".
General Hospital: Night Shift: Playing with Fire (2008) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in dialogue
House Guest (2008) (Video)
In the final scene the Hunter attempts to explain the difference between Ed Norton the contemporary actor, and Ed Norton the fictional character from 'The Honeymooners'
The Simpsons: How the Test Was Won (2009) (TV Episode)
Referenced in the opening sequence.
For Us (2009) (Short)
The two lead characters take the same names as the leads from The Honeymooners.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #7.169 (2009) (TV Episode)
Included in a $300 question
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #8.11 (2009) (TV Episode)
Host refers to the series upon meeting a contestant named Ralph who is a bus driver
The Big Box: The House of the Devil (2010) (TV Episode)
Video case is shown.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #8.124 (2010) (TV Episode)
Reference to Ralph Kramden in a $12,500 question
Jeopardy!: Episode #26.144 (2010) (TV Episode)
Subject of a $1,200 clue in the category "Who Played 'em on TV?"
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Dancing with the Stars 4 (2010) (TV Episode)
Included in a $3,000 question
Jeopardy!: 2010 Tournament of Champions Quarterfinal 1 (2010) (TV Episode)
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "TV Shows by Groups"
Animation Lookback: Hanna-Barbera Part 1 (2010) (TV Episode)
The four main characters in The Flintstones were based off the four main characters in this TV series.
Live on Tape (2011) (Video)
Mentioned by Jim.
DVD-R Hell: Heil Honey, I'm Home (2011) (TV Episode)
"He sounds like the offspring of Ralph Kramden and a weiner schnitzel."
Conan: Quoth the Raven, 'No Comment' (2011) (TV Episode)
Conan compares himself to Ralph Kramden during the monologue
Entourage: Motherfucker (2011) (TV Episode)
mentioned by dialogue
Tosh.0: Worst Sketch (Sketchdemption) (2012) (TV Episode)
mentioned by Tosh
The Amazing Bulk (2012) (Video)
The line "No more Honeymooner reruns for me."
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Episode #20.184 (2012) (TV Episode)
Kevin Smith says that when he was in the musical "Grease" in high school, his big dance move was inspired by Ralph Kramden
Mad: Dark Knight at the Museum/Lemming Snicket's a Series of Unfortunate Video Game Deaths (2012) (TV Episode)
A statue of Ralph Kramden is seen on display at the TV museum.
Vampira and Me (2012)
Honymooners spoof on Red Skelton Show featuring a fake Vampira shown.
Archer: The Honeymooners (2013) (TV Episode)
Episode title reference.
General Hospital: Episode #1.12843 (2013) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in dialogue
Bad Words (2013)
One of the words Guy has to spell is antidisestablishmentarianism. In The Honeymooners episode The $99,000 Answer Alice references a boy winning the national spelling bee by spelling that same word.
Tosh.0: Security Officer Jay (2013) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Tosh
The Neighbors: Thanksgiving is No Schmuck Bait (2013) (TV Episode)
Larry Bird does a Ralph Kramden impression.
King of the Nerds: Ready, Set, Robot Dodgeball (2014) (TV Episode)
Brian says the common phrase that Ralph Kramden always says, POW!!! Right in the kisser!
The Big Bang Theory: The First Pitch Insufficiency (2014) (TV Episode)
The show is mentioned in the end credits Chuck Lorre Vanity Card #462.
Marry Me: Scary Me (2014) (TV Episode)
Jake: "To the moon, Alice!"
Melissa & Joey: The Honeymooners (2015) (TV Episode)
Title reference.
The Big Bang Theory: The Comic Book Store Regeneration (2015) (TV Episode)
The show is mentioned in the end credits Chuck Lorre Vanity Card, #490.
Saturday Night Live: Michael Keaton/Carly Rae Jepsen (2015) (TV Episode)
Reviewed by Jebidiah Atkinson on Weekend Update
Late Night with Seth Meyers: Jennifer Lawrence/Kurt Russell/Fred Noe/Ilan Rubin (2015) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Kurt Russell and Seth
The Goldbergs: Baio and Switch (2016) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Pops.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return: Cry Wilderness (2017) (TV Episode)
"One of these days, bang zoom!"
Nostalgia Critic: The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas (2017) (TV Episode)
"This impression of Alice from Honeymooners alludes me."

Featured in 

Come Softly (1976)
An episode of the TV series is showing on a TV.
The Last Fling (1987) (TV Movie)
True Love (1989)
Saturday Night Live: Michael Keaton/Morrissey (1992) (TV Episode)
Brief clip from The Honeymooners edited into Outweek.
The Wonder Years: Alice in Autoland (1993) (TV Episode)
A clip is featured.
Behind the Laughs (1998) (TV Movie)
Pleasantville (1998)
A clip from the opening credits is shown.
Blast from the Past (1999)
Shown on Calvin's homemade film viewing device
Influences: From Yesterday to Today (1999) (TV Movie)
Clips from this show are used in this special.
Television: The First Fifty Years (1999) (Video)
Clips shown.
TV Guide's 50 Best Shows of All Time: A 50th Anniversary Celebration (2002) (TV Special)
"The Honeymooners" is #3.
Gleason (2002) (TV Movie)
The Perfect Pitch (2002) (TV Movie)
Brilliant But Cancelled (2002) (TV Movie)
CBS at 75 (2003) (TV Special)
Showing Sitcom.
The 100 Most Memorable TV Moments (2004) (TV Mini-Series)
They are in the 100 Greatest Moments
Wedding Crashers (2005)
Randolph is watching show on a TV set.
Class Dismissed: How TV Frames the Working Class (2005) (Video)
trope of working class incompetence
Pioneers of Television: Sitcoms (2008) (TV Episode)
UFO's Do Not Exist! The Grand Deception and Cover-Up of the UFO Phenomenon (2011)
A very short clip is shown prior to speaking of Jackie Gleason's interest in the paranormal
America in Primetime: Man of the House (2011) (TV Episode)
Ralph Kramden is an example of the "Man of the House".
TV's Most Dynamic Duos: Presented by the Paley Center for Media (2012) (TV Special)
Ralph & Alice Kramden are #26.
The Nostalgia Chick: The Addams Family (2013) (TV Episode)
says this show represents blue-collar, urban discontent

Spoofed in 

Half-Fare Hare (1956) (Short)
The Honeymousers (1956) (Short)
Cheese It, the Cat! (1957) (Short)
The Jack Benny Program: Honeymooners Show (1958) (TV Episode)
Guest Audrey Meadows appears with Jack and Dennis.
Mice Follies (1960) (Short)
The Bugs Bunny Show: The Honeymousers (1962) (TV Episode)
"The Honeymousers" is a mouse version of this TV show.
The Love Bus (1974)
Actor Kevin Andre's character is "Ralph Kramden".
Saturday Night Live: Johnny Cash/Elton John (1982) (TV Episode)
Spoofed as the Honeyrooneys.
Saturday Night Live: George Wendt and Francis Ford Coppola/Philip Glass (1986) (TV Episode)
Spoofed in The Honeymooners, The Lost Episodes.
Mighty Mouse, the New Adventures: Mighty's Wedlock Whimsy/Anatomy of a Milquetoast (1988) (TV Episode)
Mighty dream is a parody of this show.
Roundhouse: TV on Trial (1992) (TV Episode)
Used during Introduction.
Rocko's Modern Life: Jet Scream/Dirty Dog (1993) (TV Episode)
Bloaty and Squirmy, the parasites on Spunky's fur, are leech caricatures of Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton respectively.
Muppets Tonight: John Goodman (1996) (TV Episode)
Spoofed as "The Lunarmooners"
The King of Queens: Inner Tube (2001) (TV Episode)
When lying in the bed sick and watching TV, Doug dreams he's Ralph Kramden.
The Sopranos: He Is Risen (2001) (TV Episode)
Speaking to Ralph Cifaretto, Vito Spatafore mimics Ed Norton and says, "You're making me a rich man, Ralphie boy!"
Futurama: Spanish Fry (2003) (TV Episode)
Lrrr's line, "One of these days, Ndnd, bang! zoom! straight to the third moon of Omicron Persei 8!" parodies Ralph Kramden's famous catchphrase.
Ren & Stimpy 'Adult Party Cartoon': Fire Dogs 2: Part 1 (2003) (TV Episode)
Black and white bookend segments featuring Bakshi and his wife parody "The Honeymooners"
Family Guy: Fat Guy Strangler (2005) (TV Episode)
Patrick has a flashback involving Ralph Kramden with Patrick's mother.
Family Guy 100th Episode Special (2007) (TV Movie)
Ralph punches Alice
Nostalgia Critic: Super Mario Brothers Super Show (2008) (TV Episode)
The Nostalgia Critic spoofs "To the moon, Alice!" when discussing an alternative catchphrase for Link.
The Simpsons: Coming to Homerica (2009) (TV Episode)
Spoofed in the opening credits, with the Simpsons as the Kramdens.
Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension (2011) (TV Movie)
In "Brand New Best Friend," the two Dr. Doofenshmirtzes dress up as Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton.
The Honeymoaners (2011) (Video)
Adult parody.
The Simpsons: The Ten-Per-Cent Solution (2011) (TV Episode)
The "Fatso Flanagan" program spoofs "The Honeymooners."
The Simpsons: Moe Goes from Rags to Riches (2012) (TV Episode)
Spoofed in the 'couch gag' scene
30 Rock: Live from Studio 6H (2012) (TV Episode)
"The Lovebirds" is a parody of the show
Transformers: Robots in Disguise: Bee Cool (2017) (TV Episode)
New Deception stunticons Drag Strip and Wildbreak are parodies of Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton.

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