Tom Rath descibes the word "oomph" as "a meaningless piece of crud out of a movie ad 15 years ago." This film's tagline was, "The 'Oomph' Girl's Greatest Tri'Oomph'"
Mentioned in conversation
Peter bought himself what he considered to be the proper New York outfit, which Bentley said made him look "like the man in the black flannel suit".
Mentioned as part of Gregory Peck's filmography.
Movie title in title
A biker says that Brad looks "like Gregory Peck in a blue flannel suit".
Jack refers to Aaron Downing as the Man in the Gray Flannel Suit.
Sally Rawlings is called "the American Dream- the woman in the gray flannel suit."
Lorelai mentions Richard's "handshake with the man in the gray flannel suit."
The main character was in the war like Don Draper, his first wife's name is Betsy just like Don's.
The title is seen
Joseph Moody rambles a bit about Gregory Peck and Peck's role in this film.
Mentioned when David Stratton compares Revolutionary Road, a movie set in 1955, to American movies made in the 1950's and set in the suburbs.
Clips from the movie are showing on the TVs in two scenes: when Tom is filling out his application at UBS and when the Rath kids are watching TV.
Playing on the television as Mulder and Scully walk through Wayne and Betsy's house
Clip featured to illustrate point about womens role in business after WWII