Referenced in psychiatrist sketch
McWomble exclaims 'In the name of Brigadoon!'
Eric Liddell refers to "the heather on the hill" in his speech in the highlands of Scotland.
Exidor says, "I got 40 starving people in my backyard singing 'Brigadoon.'"
The protagonist compares the village from the movie to the village he's looking for.
Mentioned by Maurice during a KBHR radio broadcast.
Tom: "Don't ye ken? I love Fiona!"
Crow: "Maybe it's Brigadoon."
The song played in the final scene, "Almost Like Being in Love," comes from another time-bending romantic movie, Brigadoon, about a Scottish village that reappears and comes to life just one day every century.
Servo: The Brigadoon compound exploded today
This episode was inspired by the film.
Mike: "This hippie's straight out of 'Brigadoon.'"
mentioned as an Alan Jay Lerner film
Max sings "Almost like Being in Love" from "Brigadoon."
Mike: (singing) What a day this has been, what a rare mood I'm in.
Pinky says, "What are we going to do tomorrow night? 'Brigadoon'?"
This episode of Hercules has elements of Brigadoon which also had a village that was not on a map and would reappear every so many years.
Title of the episode. Plot of the episode (The crew finds a place, that appears out of nowhere - from time to time - where people strange behave, just like in Brigadoon)
A writer is told that his script could be big, "Perhaps the next Brigadoon!"
Christopher and Lorelai joke about referencing the movie while teasing Jackson about wearing a kilt.
Logan jokes about this movie when his friend's car is stolen
mentioned by Veronica
Prudie and Trey rehearse lines for this musical.
RuPaul calls Victoria Parker's runway look "Brigadoon."
Cyd Charisse played in it
At one point Mitchell talks about a town named Brigadoon which suddenly appears.
Hank says "Brigadoon" is one of his favorite movies.
Mentioned by Jim Harper.
mentioned by Mr. K
Mentioned in dialogue
Referenced in the Springfield Postcard Museum
Dance scene with Cyd Charisse.
Footage from this film was in this documentry
the documentary shows clips from this film
The show features a clip from the film.
Footage from this is included as an example of Scottish accents on screen.
The whole episode directly spoofs *Brigadoon*.
The entire episode is a spoof of Brigadoon.