a man says he likes the show
Jay says the show was one of NBC's last hits
Clue in category 1960's Television
Ray admits that his dream man is Lorne Greene from this show.
Nicky Grillo refers to Lee as "Hop Sing".
mentioned during tour of backlot
From "Top Ten Characteristics of the Newly Discovered Monkey": "8. Hates bananas; Loves "Bonanza""
The character Hop Sing gets mentioned.
Several characters mockingly sing the Bonanza theme tune
The music behind AJ's practice run in the Cold Open is a slightly adjusted version of this show's theme.
Jay says the show was reportedly Osama Bin Laden's favorite show
Jay says Paul Reiser's sons are very different, like Hoss and Little Joe from the show
The scene in which Applejack uses her herding skills to collect together the parasprites features the theme song to Bonanza
David Dortort is a pioneer of television westerns with "Bonanza".
The first stampede scene features Bonanza theme music
Jay compares Tracy Morgan having three sons to Ben Cartwright on the show
Tim McGraw sings part of the theme song
Subject of a $1,200 clue in the category "TV Sole Dads"
Fornell calls Gibbs "Hoss" at one point
Johnathan Frakes mentions watching this show.
The theme music from this title is played when Charli Delaney takes Csaba Szmirnai horseriding.
Mr. Howell says the Skipper is big enough to be the Ponderosa
Robin calls Ted "Hoss".
Mentioned by characters
Gets compared to the political situation of Finland.
wax calls reese 'hoss" several times
Arie has named his horse 'Bonanza'
In a segment on David Graham and Eliza Campagna's rehearsal, the theme music from this title is played when Eliza takes David on a horse ride.
someone is called "Hoss"
The resort-staffs spare-time-hall is called The Ponderosa, Dave asks when Hoss and Little Joe will be there
"Little Joe on Bonanza"
Referenced by name
Don says that the advert will look better when it's breaking up Bonanaza.
mentioned in dialogue
Manager refers to Hoss from this series.
Mentioned in interview by Jürgen Harksen.
Doug acquires the nickname "Hoss"
Joel: "Hoss! Little Joe!"
Crow: Kinda like watching Bonanza in reverse
Crow and Tom sing the "words" to the theme music.
Crow hums the "Bonanza" theme.
Crow: "You hold 'em down, Hoss, Little Joe."
referenced by Joel
"Hey, it's the start of Bonanza"
starring the Mandrill Sisters
Mike: Apparantly, Dan Blocker had been there.
Alan says to Denise: "Suddenly I feel like wacthing 'Bonanza'."
"We gotta film and it's starring Mi-chal Landon"
Bender sings a song to the theme tune from Bonanza.
Mentioned by Wayne.
Mentioned by Mona
Donna says that Kitty and Red are watching Bonanza.
Sledge calls Cody a "Bonanza reject"
Two of the stars of Bonanza do an appearance at the mall in costume, talk about the show and the theme tune plays twice.
Shown on tv
The Todd, in his mind, hums about surgery to the tune of the "Bonanza" theme.
Referenced on the david susskind show
Joe Piscopo dresses as Pa Cartwright during Lorne Greene For Alpo ad
Mentioned by Rod at the funeral
Title mentioned by Father Guido Sarducci during Weekend Update
Mentioned during Jew, not a jew
Referenced during Weekend Update
Referenced on Weekend update
Al tells Sam that he saw a lead cast member from this show.
Mentioned by Sam - "This would never happen on Bonanza"
When Balki says "That's no angel, that's Little Joe Cartwright", he refers to Michael Landon's role on Bonanza.
Del compares his love life to Little Joe Cartwright's.
Fran sings the show's theme song.
When Maxwell inquires how Fran's father reacted to her telling him that she hates him, she says, "Who the hell knows? He couldn't hear a damn thing over that Bonanza theme blasting in the background".
C.C. mentions the character, Hop Sing.
Joel: "Get back to the Ponderosa; tell Hoss we're in trouble!"
Crow hums part of the "Bonanza" theme.
Mentioned by name when a fire burns a hole in a map.
Servo hums the theme.
Mike: "Little Joe and I will try to rope the plane."
Servo: "Tell Hoss to stay out of the kitchen!"
Joel: "It's the beginning of 'Bonanza.'"
"Bonanza, now in femmy clothes."
Mentioned by Lily and Herman
Referenced by Marylin
Chrissy's Lawn Green fertilizer reminds Jo of the series' star.
Lukas calls Ludwig "Hop Sing".
Lukas mentions the series.
In one scene Sawyer calls Hurley "Hoss".
Someone has a cell phone with the theme song as a ringtone. Also, he likes to be referred to as "Little Joe".
Mentioned during the trial as an example of violent television.
Robinson and Scott are stranded on a country road in Italy. A woman on a horse approaches their broken down vehicle, and Robinson quips, "We're closer to the Ponderosa than I thought."
The theme song is heard in this episode.
Marty talks about the characters of the series.
The Cartrocks (Cartwrights) help Fred and Barney fight outlaws in a western town.
Robert mentions Ray watching the show as a child
Referenced by Drake as he recalls visiting senior citizens in a retirement home.
Mentioned by Cliff.
Glen (Paul Willson) sings the theme song from Bonanza.
Angel: "Right. Lorne Green. Bonanza? Fifteen years on the air not mean anything to anyone here?"
Little Joe and the theme are referenced
Willie: "Say, will you turn that off?" ALF: "Now? 'Bonanza' is just coming on. Kate: "ALF, you've seen 'Bonanza' a hundred times." ALF: "I know, but this is one of the lost episodes." Willie: "Please turn that off." ALF: "Fine. It's lost forever."
Mentioned by Murdock
mentioned by Paul Schrader
In "Pizzaz", the Easter egg at the end of the toon shows a concept for a TV show called "The Strong Bad", whose theme song shares many traits with the show's
Dan tells Marie that he had a Bonanza lunchbox as a child.
Marshall is called Hoss
Title mentioned by character
Mentioned during Jew, not a jew
The gangster boss' boat is called 'Ponderosa' and his three sons constantly refer to him as 'Pa'.
Steven's brother and father re-enact scenes from the show in a "Bonanza" stage show.
A couple of the scenes are centered around the characters discussing Bonanza and humming its theme.
Mentioned by Conan O'Brien
Title mentioned by William Shatner
there's an ad for this series show on the streets in one shot
There is a reference to this show.
Mentioned by Efi
Nickname 'Little Joe' is from Bonanza series. Little Joe explains that in the movie.
References this TV show.
Batty calls out to Hoss and Little Joe
Bryn Cartwright's home is named The Ponderosa after the Cartwrights' ranch in Bonanza
The show is mentioned by Barbie, and there is also a character named Hoss.
Joe complains that the redecorated house looks like the Ponderosa.
A musical number in the film is set to the theme song of "Bonanza"
Jimmy says to William, "Hey, Lorne Greene didn't happen in his 20s, or even in his 30s. All of a sudden, boom, the guy shows up on Bonanza he's got white hair".
Henry compared the horse drawn carridge on the street to something straight out of this show.
Stu calls Denniger "Hoss"
"I think I saw this on "Bonanza" once."
Mentioned by Gunther.
"That would be a real bonanza for me."
The "Bonanza" theme is sung when the herd is brought home.
Discussed by the characters at different times
In his first scene, Michael Keaton is humming the theme from Bonanza. Afterwards he makes several funny observations about the show.
Reggie calls a bartender Hoss
Mentioned by Herzog.
Stanley Farquhar lives at the 'ponderosa', complete with Bonanza theme
Mentioned by the maid played by Gracita Morales.
Featured in the 'American TV Icon' segment with show expert Andrew J. Klyde.
This show is referenced by name.
The Loski family is seen watching it
Some clips from the opening sequence of this series are played during a story that visits the location used for "The Ponderosa".
"Bonanza" is #43.
Max & Nicky watch it on TV
Opening theme is shown overlaid with related 'TV Guide' covers, plus numerous clips are shown.
Spoofs the opening theme
New Jersey map burns as theme plays
opening credits done in the same style
Opening gag with burning map, chararters on horseback and Bonanza theme playing
The Couch Gag is a parody of the opening of Bonanza. A map of Springfield is on-screen; a hole is burnt through it and the family ride from the distance on horseback.
Spoofed as the Cartwheel family: Ben, Mule and Little Moe
Parodied within international bloopers sketch.
spoofs opening credits of show, with Bush, Cheney, Blair, and Rumsfeld taking the place of the Cartwrights
The show features a Bonanza reenactment team of lookalikes performing for tourists.