The Honeymooners (1955–1956)
It's a remake with same characters.
Gleason regularly revived The Honeymooners characters on this show.
Mentioned by Tosh
Larry Bird does a Ralph Kramden impression.
Mentioned in dialogue
Episode title reference.
A statue of Ralph Kramden is seen on display at the TV museum.
mentioned by Tosh
Kevin Smith says that when he was in the musical "Grease" in high school, his big dance move was inspired by Ralph Kramden
mentioned by dialogue
Conan compares himself to Ralph Kramden during the monologue
Roger Ebert imagines the men in the colorization industry watching reruns of this show and imagining what they can do to them.
In "Brand New Best Friend," the two Dr. Doofenshmirtzes dress up as Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton.
The line "No more Honeymooner reruns for me."
Freddy quotes the famous line when he says "I'll send you to the moon Carrie!..."
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "TV Shows by Groups"
Included in a $300 question
Included in a $3,000 question
Reference to Ralph Kramden in a $12,500 question
Subject of a $1,200 clue in the category "Who Played 'em on TV?"
Host refers to the series upon meeting a contestant named Ralph who is a bus driver
Correct response in "TV Fans" category.
The two lead characters take the same names as the leads from The Honeymooners.
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'
Referenced in the opening sequence.
Bill says this is one of his all time favorite shows.
House calls an Asian bus driver "Lalph Klamden".
Ralph Kramden donates a bowling trophy to the Warners' scrap metal drive.
Referenced by name.
Dr. Gangreen quotes Ralph Kramden's line "Bang! Zoom! To the moon, Alice!
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.
Mentioned by Eddie.
The end, when Cletus says, "Baby, you're the greatest!", followed by "Honeymooners" music and a face on the Moon.
Film footage of the fireplace was found in a Honeymooners film can.
Pinky watches this on TV, the main character is talked about in a quiz.
Stinkie: "Bang! Zoom! To the moon, Bulbhead!"
At one point, Crypto threatens Ponsonby with, "Pow! To the moon!"
Alice says she was named after Alice Kramden from the show.
Crow: "Where's Ed Norton?"
Crow: "To the moon, Alice!"
Crow: "Well, it's a broken water main all right, Ralphie boy."
Crow (looking at a picture of a moon): "I didn't know Jackie Gleason was in this."
"To the Moon!"
"You push me around in a wheelbarrel dressed as one of the Honeymooners"
Ralph Kramden is referenced.
"They're looking for Ed Norton"
The leopard cartoon character at the animation festival is based on Ralph Kramden.
"One of these days, Alice!"
A re-enactment of a bit of the famous "Bang, zoom, straight to the moon" line with the characters in a museum.
Mentioned by Grandpa Arnold and Jack imitates "Ralph Kramden" with his catchphrase: "To the moon, Alice!"
Othniel renames the Poseys "Ralph and Alice" after the Kramdens.
Ed Norton appears as a sewer map salesman
Furio is referred to as "Chef of the Future."
"If we didn't have the Honeymooners....
Mentioned by Judi played by Larraine Newman.
Mentioned during the monologue and Weekend Update.
Referenced in Meet the Mitchells
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".
Crow (as Ralph Kramden): "Norton!"
Crow: (as Jackie Gleason) You're the greatest.
Servo (as Jackie Gleason): "Art Carney!"
Tom: "To the moon, Alice!"
Servo: (as announcer) The Honeymooners!
Tom (as Ed Norton): "Hey, Ralphy boy!"
Crow (as Ralph): "Norton!"
"Ralph, phone!" Mike: I'm comin' Alice.
Joel: "Hey, it's the Honeymooners' apartment."
Crow (as Ralph): "Oh, you're comin' up in this scene, Norton!"
Tom: "Tonight, on the USA Network: 'Swamp Thing' vs. 'The Honeymooners'!"
Referenced by Tom
When Herman is preparing to tee off, he tells Eddie he addressing the ball and then says "Hello ball."
David says to Maddie "You're the greatest !" like Ralph said to Alice.
Munch mentions that when he was a child, he wanted to be a bus driver like Ralph Kramden.
Elliot compares his parents to the Honeymooners.
Quote has been used during Digit's case of the reruns.
Sgt. Kitty O'Hearn says 'to the moon, Alice'
Jackie Gleason reprises his role of Ralph Kramden and the theme music is played.
Characters watch this on TV.
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?"
One of the characters Duckman turns into when he's hooked up to the TV transmitting device is Ralph Kramden.
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.
Jay says, "One of these days, Alice ..." like Ralph Kramden.
Rebecca says that she shot for Donald Trump, but got Ed Norton. As she leaves, Sam says, "See you, Trixie."
When Sam gets annoyed by Darrin's questioning she imitates Ralph Kramden when she tells Darren, "to the moon ... one of these days .. ."
Art Carney makes a cameo appearance, dressed up as Ed Norton.
A photo of Ralph Kramden hangs in the restaurant.
The Ralph Kramden statue seen. Actor Jackie Gleason mentioned by name.
Referenced by title.
Ralph Kramden mentioned.
Referenced during Robin Williams' audition.
One of Kevin Smith's high school comedy skits was called the "Honeyoompas".
One show Hugh watches mimics Jackie Gleason's catchphrases.
The show is mentioned and stills are shown.
Mentioned by Tom
Ends with a Jackie Gleason impersonation ... "Baby, you're the greatest!"
Robin mentions Ralph Kramden.
Frank's father (and later Frank) use the expression "To the Moon" twice.
Dracula threatens repeatedly to send Vanna to the moon, in imitation of Ralph threatening the same to Alice
Tom Walls (while beating up Noel with a baseball bat): "To the moon, Alice!"
One of the sewer workers behaves like Ed Norton and even sports a vest.
Ralph Kramden is mentioned in a conversation between Drake and Stumpy.
Leslie says that the general looks like "a Russian Ralph Kramden."
Phil mentions the episode where Ralph goes on the game show.
Ralph mentions Ralph Kramden as one of the honorable men named Ralph.
Dialogue about "to the moon", with gesture.
Gil says that his favorite TV show is "The Honeymooners."
One character claims he was named after Ralph Cramden from "The Honeymooners".
Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton mentioned
As Bandit speeds away from Buford, he says "Bye, bye baby" in an Ed Norton voice, mimicking Jackie Gleason's sidekick in "The Honeymooners".
Bugs dresses up as Norton at the end.
says this show represents blue-collar, urban discontent
Ralph & Alice Kramden are #26.
Ralph Kramden is an example of the "Man of the House".
An episode of the TV series is showing on a TV.
They are in the 100 Greatest Moments
Randolph is watching show on a TV set.
"The Honeymooners" is #3.
Clips from this show are used in this special.
Shown on Calvin's homemade film viewing device
"The Lovebirds" is a parody of the show
The "Fatso Flanagan" program spoofs "The Honeymooners."
Spoofed in the 'couch gag' scene
Ralph punches Alice
The Nostalgia Critic spoofs "To the moon, Alice!" when discussing an alternative catchphrase for Link.
Spoofed in the opening credits, with the Simpsons as the Kramdens.
"The Honeymousers" is a mouse version of this TV show.
Bloaty and Squirmy, the parasites on Spunky's fur, are leech caricatures of Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton respectively.
Spoofed as the Honeyrooneys.
Spoofed in The Honeymooners, The Lost Episodes.
Spoofed by the Bees.
Black and white bookend segments featuring Bakshi and his wife parody "The Honeymooners"
Doug dreams he is Ralph Kramden, Deacon is Ed Norton and Carrie is Alice Kramden
Guest Audrey Meadows appears with Jack and Dennis.
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.
Patrick has a flashback involving Ralph Kramden with Patrick's mother.
Actor Kevin Andre's character is "Ralph Kramden".