The Bad Seed (1956)
television adaption of
Rob mentions movie by name.
in several scenes with Taffy
Rizzo refers to Patty Simcox as "the bad seed of Rydell High"
Every kind of people is driven to death by a psychotic child (a girl in "The Bad Seed" and a boy in "The Pit").
Steele refers to the two kids as, "The Bad Seed."
Rhoda's name and behavior references Rhoda Penmark from "The Bad Seed"
Rebecca mentions the show by name.
Isabella, the "Imaginary Friend," is based on Rhoda Penmark
Cindy Brady looks very similar to Rhoda, as is pointed out by her neighbor, who comments, "Hit the road, bad seed."
Film about killer mom referencing film about killer child, using the same actress 40 years later
Mentioned By Baddi
Sid refers it in the sex scene with Billy.
Quills heavily references The Bad Seed (1956) by its excessive and overdone usage of the French children's song "Au Clair de la Lune."
Rory calls Lorelai the Bad Seed in reference to her poor relationship with Richard and Emily.
John Waters mentions it.
Mentioned in the dialogue.
Ellens lists this a movie with demons in dresses.
A character says a child couldn't be involved in treason. DiNozzo says they haven't seen the Bad Seed.
"She's like if the Bad Seed were played by Shirley Temple."
It is referenced in a poster.
Video case is shown.
Elle refers to the young girl who hits her outside the abortion clinic as "The Bad Seed."
Alexander Isaacs calls Alice the Bad Seed
The movie that Elvira Parker watches.
Nick Cave is seen watching this at one point on the tour bus.
Several men are watching The Bad Seed at the beginning of the episode.
Ellen's #4 Creepiest Kid
The music and Ivy's manipulative personality is a copy of the one Rhoda had as she tried to make her mother Christine forget about the murders Rhoda committed.
Mrs. McCormrick coming into the Mash's house drunk after hearing about Kenny's death and what he used to do comes from this film spoofing a scene in which Mrs. Daigle does the same thing after her son was murdered.