Auntie Mame (1958)
character says "Aunti Mame just popped in"
Gloria Upson's/Bunny's story ending with "...and she stepped on the ball."
Aunt Roz is patterned after Auntie Mame.
Katherine: "I'll be his Auntie Ma'am."
Tom: "Auntie Mamie!"
The Flaming Homer/Flaming Moe is remarkably similar to the ardent cocktail served at Mame's party called the Flaming Mame.
I'm your sponge, sir.
Tom: "Here comes Uncle Mame."
Title reference in "Auntie Maimed."
Mike: Your Auntie Mame privileges are revoked for an entire month.
Aunt Beulah dresses and acts like Mame.
Ross jokingly asks Joey if he is auditioning for the role of Auntie Mame.
The show that the film is based on is mentioned by Ted and Emmett's new neighbours.
Seen on the marquee at the Aztec Theatre.
Although "and she stepped on the ball" is commonly referenced to Trading Places. That quote in itself is actually a reference to the movie Auntie Mame. During a scene at a party, the title character is retelling a story of a ping pong ball tournement.
Contestant mentions being a fan of the film
a girl makes a comment about Auntie Mame
Castle says his ex-wife is like "Auntie Mame on meth".
Brian says that he has seen Auntie Mame
Elizabeth Banks said that she based Effie Trinket's voice on Rosalind Russell from this movie. Source: Slate.
This film is #94 on the list.
clips from Auntie Mame describing Busch's relationship with his own Aunt Lillian early in the movie
The quote "Life is a banquet, and most poor suckers are starving to death!" is #93 on the list.