The Jack Benny Program (1950–1965)
While on the phone, George tells Jack that he and Gracie enjoyed being on his TV show last Sunday.
George hints to his announcer, Harry von Zell, that he could be replaced by fellow-announcer Don Wilson, who may be leaving Jack's show.
Jack Benny appears as his character from the show, plus Don Wilson and the Rochester character are worked into the dialogue.
Mrs. Watson talks about watching the show.
referenced by Virgil
It is mentioned that mystery guest Dennis Day has been a regular for 16 years.
Plugged during closing credits.
Contestant John Roese mentions the program.
The writer thinks he can get some good ideas by watching Jack Benny on Sunday.
Jack tells George his (Jack's) show is not on tonight - it's on Sunday night.
A contestant recognizes "Love In Bloom" as being Jack Benny's theme song.
Vickie tells Mr. Benny that she enjoyed watching his show on Sunday.
To interrupt an uncomfortable silence with Betty Grable, Jack Benny begins to hum the show's theme song.
Groucho mentions the show, while making a joke.
Jack Benny mentions his "every-other-week show".
A viewer thinks he saw Ginger Rogers on the Benny show last night.
Benny performs his theme song.
Mentioned in connection with Larry Kurkdjie, a violinist on the program.
Mentioned by guest Arlene Francis during her segment.
Jack Benny slips in a plug for his show.
Jack wants Garry to talk about the show.
Benny appears in his Maxwell automobile from his series
Mentioned by Jack.
Larry Hovis immitates Jacks' famous "Goodnight, Jack"
referenced by Jack Benny
Hawkeye: "Play, Phil. Sing, Dennis."
B.C. imitates Jack Benny in the opening scene
Hawkeye, Trapper, and Father Mulcahy reference the show while jokingly greeting each other in the mess tent.
Radar imitates Jack Benny and acts as if he were hosting his TV show.
Col. Potter an Margaret discuss the program in the O.R.
Referenced in "Whatever Happened to the Heroes" musical number
referenced during the Ace Awards
referenced during the Ace Awards
Crow: "Oh, Don..." Later, "Oh, Rochester, will you dust the truck?"
"Now Cut that out!"
Servo: "Now cut that out!"
"So?" Servo: Sew. Mike: Si.
"Say!" Crow: "Si!" Mike: "Sue!"
Tom (as Jack): "Rochester!"
"See?" Mike: Sew.
Homer imitates Jack Benny while haggling with Prof. Frink over the price of the matter transporter
"He's breaking into Jack Benny's Piggy Bank"
Referenced by name
Theme song in title
When Roger jokingly tells Don to fetch an ice cube for Maribelle's drink, he calls him "Rochester".
Albert says the show was brilliant.
"And all the angels in Heaven are Rochester from The Jack Benny Program, I guess."
As they're leaving the grocery store Hap calls Leonard Rochester when he tells him to get the car.
correct answer in "Acclaimed TV Shows" category
Clip is shown.
One of their video pick ideas.
The series is playing on a background TV monitor in electronics store.
footage from this show exists in this special
clips from this show are used in this special
Dorothy's mother watches the show.
A clip is used in a Hollywood movies montage.
tobacco companies secretly included in programming and hiring in collusion with advertisers
Jack Soo's appearance on the show is shown.
Beside Jack's best friend George Burns, Rich Little spoofs Benny.
Jet Benny is a caricature of Jack Benny employing his mannerisms, lines, violin playing, etc. and hosts a comedy variety program, with regular Rochester.
Thomas Jefferson acts like Jack Benny.