This film can be seen as a tragic continuation of the story of Gypsy. The sibling rivalry of the blond child star Baby Jane/June and the brunette sister, who has a Hollywood career as an adult.
Samantha references "Everything's Coming Up Roses".
Bruce Forsyth sings "All I Need Is the Girl."
Ethel and the two-headed singer perform part of "Together Wherever We Go."
"Everything's Coming Up Roses" is included in the "Camelot" musical medley.
A character speaks a line from this picture.
mentioned in Natialie Wood segment
Michael Jeter's character sings 'Rose's Turn' with modified lyrics.
"Let me . . ." Crow: ". . . entertain you."
Tom (singing): "Let me entertain you. . . ."
Title references the line "Everything's coming up Roses".
Father Dan sings "Everything's Coming Up Roses"
Milhouse says, "Everything's coming up Milhouse!", which references the song "Everything's Coming Up Roses" from "Gypsy."
The narrator says, "For America's favorite family, everything was coming up roses."
Rosario: "Slow down, Gypsy Rose Lush."
Mysterious Marilyn says she is not called "Gypsy Rose Louise".
A stage parent constantly puts down one of their vaudeville performing daughters in favour of the other.
When Lucille is telling George Michael about Maibe's conception and the high cost, she ends her statement with "How about that eggroll, Mr. Goldstone"
Vic says the film's "I thought you did it for me, Mama" line to Deb.
The fortune teller is named Gypsy Rosaly, not Gypsy Rose Lee
Chuck says, "Everything is coming up roses right now."
Carlos says, "Everything's coming up Carlos!"
Milhouse says, "Everything's coming up Milhouse!" - which references the song from "Gypsy."
Larry says he's seen this movie and that it stars Natalie Wood.
This episode's title references one of the film's famous songs.
Jake says: "Everything's coming up Hitchcock!"
Title references the song "Everything's Coming Up Roses" from the film.
Laganja says "Everything's coming up roses."
Michelle Visage says "Everything's coming up roses."
Several clips are shown.
Clips featured during Karl Malden's Life Achievement Award presentation.