The Mickey Mouse Club (1955–1958)
features the Mouseketeers
Doberman has a Mouseketeer Club meeting scheduled for Wednesday.
Groucho Marx mentions the Mousketeers' marching song, while cracking a joke.
Gerhardt puts on Mickey Mouse ears to try & convince his prospective victim of his harmlessness.
Paparelli jokes that he's a charter member of the club.
Bob Hope kids Danny that if he's successful at directing the school play, he might get to work on "The Mickey Mouse Club" next.
Fred Rutherford assumes this show is the one on which Beaver is appearing.
As Eric von Zipper is being carried away, Frankie shouts "Toodle-oo Mouseketeers!" as Dee Dee (Annette Funicello) is standing next to him.
Daffy puts on a Mickey Mouse Club "Mouseketeers" mouse-ears hat
"The Mickey Mouse Club March" plays during the opening of Fantasy On Parade
Arte Johnson puts on a Micky Mouse cap and mentions Annette Funnicello during the Quickies
One of the nude actresses being interviewed while making love says she used to be a mousketeer. Then, while the actor is having sex with her she's singing "M I C...K E Y MOUSE" for the interviewer.
The TV show's theme song is sung.
A drunk Fred sings the last line of the theme song while trying to spell Mississippi.
An audience member is shown with the caption "Older Sister of Ex-Mouseketeer Cubby"
Juan Epstein's white mice are named for the Mousketeers (Annette is the shapely one).
Hawkeye sings part of "The Mickey Mouse March."
Theme song referenced by Don Pardo during end credits
Mentioned on Weekend Update
Arnold tells Dudley that "if the Mouseketeers her about this, you'll have to turn in your ears".
Tired of Cliff's incessant pontificating, Victor says, "It's time for the Mickey Mouth Club, again".
Mark notes the thugs who thumped their car weren't Mouseketeers.
George thinks the Three Musketeers are the Mouseketeers.
The Owens kids sing part of the theme song.
The show is mentioned by name.
The firemen musicians on top of the music box are a reference to the jazz band Firehouse Five Plus Two from Disneyland, featured prominently on this show.
Teddy refers to the series and the boys discuss the size of Annette Funicello's breasts.
"You got my word as a judge and, as the world's tallest living Mouseketeer."
Mickey Rourke asks the cop whether he ever watches "The Mickey Mouse Club"; then he says "today is Wednesday: anything-can-happen day"
Mousketeers Annette and Cubby mentioned by Hanz & Franz
Crow: "Cubby!" Joel: "Annette!"
The whole episode is a direct parody of this show.
The weasels on the carriage were singing a song that's similar to the Mickey Mouse Club song.
Crow, Joel, and Tom: "M-I-C . . ." Joel: "See you real soon!"
Danny mentions the show and Annette's mouseketeer days.
Joel: "Mouseketeers, sign in!"
"Why?" Joel: "'Cause we like you."
Parker refers to Frank and Shelly as the "Muss-keteers."
Dorothy gives Rose the official sweatshirt that Mousketeer Roy wore for her birthday.
"The Three Mouseketeers"
Crow: "Mickey Mouse!" Joel (singing): "M-U-R-D-E-R"
"Why?" Crow: Because we like you.
Squit refers to the Goodfeathers as "the three musketeers," and Pesto replies, "Are you sayin' that I'm Annette Funicello here to wear mouse ears for you!?"
Yakko mentions the "Mouseketeers," and Dot asks, "Where's Cubby?"
Crow (as Nancy): Oh, take me, you savage Mousketeer!
"Maybe I should take that job as a Mousketeer"
"Why" "Because we Like you"
Munch refers to the series.
The barmaid at the lesbian bar says that Janine McBride "wasn't a happy little Mouseketeer."
Before Andy leaves for Cowboy Camp, his shirt and hat bear the logo of the "Triple R" Ranch. This was the name of the ranch from the "Spin and Marty" serials on the MMC.
Goofy wonders at one point if the Three Caballeros are three of the Mouseketeers, Cubby, Darlene and Annette
Bender says he needs one more skull to complete his Mouseketeer collection.
Dr. Cox says, "I'm drinking with a Mouseketeer!"
The music of the "Mickey Mouse Club March" is featured during the show
During the opening sequence, when the water tower ball crushes 3 cars, their horns sound off the M-O-U-S-E portion of The Mickey Mouse Club theme.
Brass mentions the show.
The Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Singers perform "The Mickey Mouse Club March" on Clarabelle's TV show
Discussing Jenna, Liz says "This woman was a Mouseketeer"
Richard Gere mentions responding emotionally to the female mouseketeers when he was growing up.
Subject of a $200 clue in the category "Famous O'Briens"
"Good thing I'm the leader of a club that's made for you and me."
"The Mickey Mouse Club March" plays in the background at Disney Town
Rick talks in his sleep about Mickey Mouse.
Bill (singing): "M-I-C-K-E-why are you suing us for copyright infringement?"
The Mickey Mouse Club logo appears in Mickeyjunk Mountain
Claudia says "M-O-U-S-E" like in the Mouse Club song.
Bart, Lisa, and Marge created a "Three Mouthketeers" blog.
Dave talks about how Paul Ryan disappeared from the campaign for a while and says he became "Jimmie Dodd." Dave and Paul try to remember who that was and one of the crew mentions that he was on "The Mickey Mouse Club."
Critic - "Christ! This isn't the Mickey Mouse Club!"
A character calls Mason Jr. "Mickey Mouse Club"
Adult Felix mentions Annette being a Mouseketeer
Jimmy mentions the Mouseketeers in the Mets Bucket Hat Guy segment
The nephews watch the famous opening sequence of the show
Clip of the closing song
clips of this show are seen in the anniversary special
One of the songs featured is "The Mickey Mouse Club March"
One of the songs featured is "You Are a Human Animal"
Seen on TV Control while useing to rewind up word Mickey Mouse.
"Fun With Music" is featured
clips from this show are used in this special
Clip is shown to introduce Walt Disney
footage of the Mouseketeers' roll call inserted into the scene of the knights' roll call
Sylvester disguises himself as a mouse by putting on a Mousketeer cap
The Sweathogs sing their own version of this show's famous closing song.
Spoofed as the Ricky Rat Club
Annette says her name in the opening credits like on the show
Foozie's version of the playhouse is a parody of this show.
a clip with a Communist Mouseketeer named Igor is shown
Spoofed as "The Kermit the Frog Club"
The song about being Army people is a direct spoof "The Mickey Mouse Club" alma mater.
The Krusty Klub is a parody of this show and its Mouseketeers
Elvira features the Louseketeers.
When Walt Disney comes in the battle, part of the ending theme is heard.