The Jetsons (1962–1963)
This is a video game based on the cartoon series.
a spin-off movie from this series
Rosie is a nod to Robbie the Robot
Contestant Joanna Lee mentions this as a writing credit of hers.
Cartoon's theme song is heard on a TV.
Terry's father talks about the show.
Dylan makes a reference to Spacely Sprockets.
Sarah wears a "Jetsons" T-shirt in one scene.
Shown on the original VHS Box.
Wesley says that his parents look like the Jetsons.
Character named Judy Jetson.
"He cancelled The Jetsons"
Stephanie gets a Jetson's lunch box.
Cartoon's theme song is heard on a TV.
Title chanted by one of the Airwave worshippers
Ross describes a dream in which he and his family are The Jetsons.
"Like Rosie from the Jetsons"
Referenced by Tish
Johnny sings the theme song.
Kelly refers to George Jetson.
Joey does a comedy routine based on the show.
Servo: "Jane, stop this crazy thing!"
"Like the vaccum elevator tubes in the Jetsons"
Cody: "These things are like a bad, fucked up, George Jetson nightmare!"
A scene in the ridefilm is set in Orbit City, Elroy is also a major part of the ride
Joel: Jane, stop this crazy thing!
George Jetson and Mr. Spacely make a cameo appearance in "Duck Out of Luck."
"Jane! Stop this crazy thing"
There's a dog version of George Jetson in the background.
Roger Ebert mentions the TV series in reference to the 1990 movie version.
Parker says that he hasn't seen Jerry "this 'doinked' since they temporarily discontinued 'Jetsons' chewable vitamins."
Jerry offers to "bring my 'Jetsons' videos."
Becky says that one of the dresses that Darlene tries on makes her look like Judy Jetson.
Doughboy says Dooky sounds like Elroy Jetson when talking about God.
"Jane stop this crazy thing!"
Mentioned by Vivian
Jerry says that the brown paper bag that contains Mikey's tape "had 'Jetsons' stickers on it."
Jerry asks Parker if he mentioned "my 'Jetsons' underwear" on his missing audio diary.
Joey imitates Cosmo G. Spacely
Shelly has an "exclusive photo" of Jerry "playing house with his 'Jetsons' doll."
Stephanie carries a Jetsons lunch box.
The show is mentioned by name.
Roseanne says she wants a house like their's.
Jerry says that Shelly "looks like Judy Jetson when she smiles."
Crow: "Jane, I'm home!"
Crow: "Jane, stop this crazy thing!"
Screech mentions Astro.
"Stu stop this crazy thing!" a refrence to George shouting for Jane to "stop this crazy thing"
Tom (singing): "Meet George Jetson!"
Tom (singing): "Here's George Jetson!"
Slappy says she knew someone who used to date George Jetson.
Crow: "He's wearing Judy Jetson's skirt."
the song being played for the sno cone mobile
Mike: "It's Judy Jetson."
"Jane!" Crow: "Stop this crazy thing!"
Fran says her mother had a crush on George Jetson.
Phoebe mentions her Judy Jetson thermos which Ursula broke when they were children. She then gives Ursula a new thermos later in the episode.
Ursula's birthday present for Phoebe is a Judy Jetson thermos.
Homer's futuristic clothes are based on George's plus all the car sound effects are based on those from this show.
the family is seen in silhouette
Carrot Top hums the theme and says "Jane, his wife!"
Mike: The Jetsons 2: After the Armageddon.
George Jetson appears in the video
Hakeem calls the family by that name and says Frank and George have the same haircut
One of the fake names the Cable Guy uses is George Jetson
Katie refers to the series.
Mr Belding refers to George Jetson.
Spacely Sprocket mentioned
Crow: Magazine about the Jetson's dog.
As a bearded Dexter walks down the street, he passes by George Jetson
"The theme song hummed"
Space Ghost calls Judy Tenuta "Judy Jetson."
Rodney calls the Navy pilot George Jetson.
"Meet Gex Gecko!"
"The Jetsons are flying overhead"
George Jetson is seen among the Townsville residents in 'Abracadaver.'
During "Major Competition", George Jetson can be seen on the streets of Townsville.
In "Mime for a Change", George Jetson can be spotted in the audience of the Powerpuff Girls' concert
"Hey! I'm in George Jetson's colon!"
Hal says, "Robots are evil: 'Westworld,' 'Terminator,' that creepy maid from 'The Jetsons.'"
Roxie talking about spring-break: "...and Me and Elroy Jetson"
"Package for Mr. Spacely."
Tony Soprano mentions the Jetsons and Mr. Spacely.
Angel: "You know, back in the fifties we all thought life was gonna be like The Jetsons by now."
George Jetson can be spotted in the crowd of parents at the school
In Homer's hallucination, George Jetson rams into his knee.
Turk imitates Astro.
An adult Elroy shows up.
Jackie mentions Kelso ditching her, because he wanted to see how a episode of The Jetsons end.
The two hover car presents given to Lilo and Stitch make the same sounds as the flying cars in The Jetsons.
Dr. Cox refers to J.D. as "Astro."
title mentioned by characters once
Lenny dresses up as George Jetson at the comic book convention.
potamus puts suggestive photos of jane jetson through the paper shredder
Homage to the series
George Jetson is the only name on the "Henry V" signup sheet.
Meg refers to George Jetson.
The show is mentioned.
Jetsons vehicle flys by
A character in the cartoon says she had done a guest spot on "The Jetsons"
The Baby Looney Tunes build a bike that looks like The Jetsons flying car
The Jet's vehicle seen in the front of the house.
referenced in clue in "TV Cartoon Pooches" category
Jetsons' dog's name, "Astro", is correct response to $1600 clue in "Small Screen Critters" category.
correct response in "Keeping Up Appearances" category
Jack calls Henry "George Jetson".
Randy's list of people who could help bail out Joy includes the Jetsons.
mentioned by the two A-holes
Lorelai recites the shows theme song while arguing that flat-screen televisions are too technologically advanced for her.
Peggy asks Hank and Bobby who holds the Guinness World Record for being fired the most times and Bobby replies that the record would go to George Jetson.
John says "Meet The Jetsons".
Mentioned by James
Chantal says, "we're part of the Jetsons, or something"
At several points, the spaceships use the audio from the Jetsons' flying cars.
A street artist draws Lois as Jane Jetson.
Lucky impersonates Astro.
Another joke to denote change in terrain.
George Jetson is included in a $1,000 question
Rosie the Robot maid appears.
In "Strong Bad Gameways", one of Strong Bad's safety tips on playing a Wii video game is to play it in an area free of "flotsam and jetsam", using a sketch of a cross-eyed George Jetson to illustrate "jetsam"
During one of Kanye West's performances, a picture of Elroy Jetson appears on stage.
George Jetson is included in a $1,000 question
Tracey asks if he can be like Rosie if he gets a wheel replacement on his foot
Brian Fleck mentions that driving a hydrogen cell fueled car makes him feel like he's in The Jetsons.
Same "ship landing" doppler sound effect
Janet Waldo mentions her voicing the character, Judy Jetson.
"right out of 'The Jetsons' "
Mentioned by Ellen.
Buford mentions "Tralfazz", which is Astro's original name.
Contestant mentions the series
Mentioned by a contestant during interview
The opening sequence features Elroy flying to school complete with the theme song.
The Critic likens Harvey Korman's chef outfit to the appearance of Rosie the Robot
At the end of McGee's Jetpack narration, he says we'll be living like the Jetsons.
Shawn mentions the "treadmill from the opening credits of 'The Jetsons.'"
Sound effects from "The Jetsons" accompany the vehicles in the "Springfield of Tomorrow" filmstrip.
"stop this crazy thing"
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "My Name is George"
Fictional Family puzzle "George Jane Judy & Elroy Jetson"
Liz imitates Astro the Jetson's dog in the opening sequence
Sherri Stoner, as Slappy, names Judy as the most shocking cartoon character she's worked with
Mike Wolfe mentions one of the main characters, George Jetson, from this television show
Astro is the subject of a $500 question
song mentioned in Top 100 Cartoon Songs
Jay says that in Iran, "The Flintstones" is called "The Jetsons"
After The Critic refers to Donatello doing machines, he cuts to a picture of Rosie the Robot
The show is referenced.
Rosie the Robot appears on a card
Mentioned by Booth
In "Not-a-Fan-a-Montana," Justin Bieber flies away in a Jetsons spaceship.
Critic thinks Roger's robot should fight a deathmatch with Rosie.
Mentioned in dialogue
Andy confuses the term "jettison" with "The Jetsons."
Rosie appears in the Real Veal skit.
Rosie seen at the Robot Grammys.
Hewy says Kenny Scharf's paintings incorporates elements of this show.
From "Top Ten Signs Your Robot Won't Be Inducted into the Robot Hall of Fame": "4. The Jetsons' robot: Rosie; Your robot: Pete Rosie."
Douglas Quaid/Hauser jumps on George Jetson's flying car.
Poster and a girl is cosplaying as Judy
Referenced in the "Catfish" segment
flying car, Rosie described as desired inventions
"And now we know how George Hamilton met Judy Jetson."
Mentioned by Mike.
Achievement "The Jettisons" is named in reference to this cartoon.
Rosie can be seen in a robot chop shop.
Discussed in the film
Mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned in dialogue.
Liam: "Who are we, the Moones or the bloody Jetsons?"
Mentioned in dialogue
Ian mentions the show by name.
Mentioned by Mets Bucket Hat Guy
Future Robin's door bell chime
In his opening monologue Jimmy mentions the title and Rosie the Robot
mentioned by Peralta
Clip about the future is drawn in the style of The Jetsons.
Lolly mentions the Jetsons
Cheryl wonders if the maid was black.
Rebecca Romijn says that she gets Katya's "futuristic like Jetsons," runway look.
Mentioned by George Clooney
AniMat compares Tomorrowland's fun interpretation of the future to episode of The Jetsons.
Lisa says the iMac looks like Judy Jetson's Easy-Bake Oven.
In Japan, Boomstick says that Astro Boy is known as the Mighty Atom, but Americans decided to name him "after the dog from The Jetsons."
Jay says that he feels like the Jetsons when driving a gas turbine car
When his treadmill begins moving too fast for him to keep up with it, Stan Lee says, "Make this crazy thing stop!" This echoes George Jetson's line, "Jane, make this crazy thing stop!"
The contestants are asked a question about the name of the daughter during the Final Chase.
Greg cries, "Rose, get me off this crazy thing!" when he's stuck on a runaway Ferris wheel, much like George Jetsons yells to his wife Jane when he's stuck on a runaway treadmill.
correct response in "The TV Business" category
One of the humanoid dogs on the boat has the face of Astro.
Jay talks about George Jetson's flying car from the show
when Mandroid is watching the TV, that little flying machine changes the channel to THE JETSONS where Mr. Spacely is on screen
shown on tv screen
scenes from this show are included
clips from the show are used here
End of intro to television show is shown during the Jet Pack myth
Intro clip shown during introduction.
TV series is talked about, clips shown.
Number 5 in the top 10 Hanna-Barbera franchises.
"Who is shooting this, a drunk George Jetson?"
flying car sound effect is used for a flying rock
AniMat expresses his memories of the original series. CIips shown.
A clip is shown.
Cosmo G. Spacely ranks at #10
Rosie the Robot is the #2 pick.
The Future Bedrock is in the style of "The Jetsons"
The Jetstones is partially a parody of the Jetsons
parodied in the episode
The robot version of Igor is reminiscent of Rosie.
An alien gets stuck on a treadmill-like device and screams "Jane! Stop this crazy thing!", then an alien who looks like the woman from The Jetsons runs in.
Parodied as another cartoon
In this episode's couch gag, Homer gets stuck on a moving walkway, similar to George Jetson, and says, "Marge, stop this crazy thing!"
Zapp's escape vehicle sounds like the vehicles from this cartoon.
Characters watch a clip of this on TV which lampoons it.
George Jetson is in jail, family visiting
While riding an out of control ray gun, Spot shouts to Jane to "stop this crazy thing."
the jetson family is mocked throughout episode for barely being able to walk, they being from the 'future' year of 2002, etc.
characters arrive in a combined spoof of this series and "The Sopranos" (1999)
One of George's dreams.
All the characters are featured
Live Action Cow destroys the Jetsons' futuristic city.
The Jetsons title sequence is parodied, with George taking back his wallet from Jane and knocking her out of the car
When Alton starts spinning excessively on the playground merry-go-round, he shouts what George Jetson yelled when caught on a runaway treadmill in the end credits of every episode, "Jane, get me off this crazy thing!"
The opening sequence is parodied.
George yells at Jane
George Jetson looks for his report in his briefcase.
Bart watches a cartoon that spoofs "The Jetsons," in which Rosie the robot is an illegal immigrant.
The part where older Clarence jogs spoofs the end credits sequence from the Jetsons.
Parodied with the Simpsons
Mr. Spacely fires Peter
Rosie the Robot featured in the "Terminator 2" spoof poster.
In "Mystery Kids", some of the design is influenced by it.