The Outer Limits (1963–1965)
Effects shot tilting up past moon lifted from opening scenes of "It's a Wonderful Life" later used in Season 1, Episode 23: Second Chance.
The Helosian from 'O.B.I.T.' appears
The first "creature" prop that West encounters in the House of Horrors is a prop alien also used in several episodes of "The Outer Limits".
The narrator mentions the phrase "the outer limits' in the opening narration.
Referenced by title.
Albert Brooks' character (incorrectly) thinks the episode about a stopwatch that freezes time was from this anthology series.
Samantha Baker says: "Everybody in this family has just gone totally Outer Limits"
Vinnie says "No Outer Limits I ever saw had this stuff"
Verbal reference by Raymond Stantz.
Mentioned by Winston.
'They're getting Outer Limits'
Title is catch phrase from show
The Outer Limits Season 2 Episode 8 title is "Wolf 359". The battle with the Borg takes place at "Wolf 359".
Crow: "Do not attempt to adjust your TV sets..."
Crow: "We control the executive producer."
Sisko's wife was killed in the battle with the Borg at Wolf 359. Season 2 Episode 8 of the Outer Limits is titled "Wolf 359".
Tom: "Hey, 'Outer Limits' is startin'!"
Tom: "Now it's 'The Outer Limits.'"
Red: "Please don't adjust your set." Harold: "Especially your channel knobs."
Harold mentions the worst thing of Sedgwick and son being together by "writing an episode of 'The Outer Limits'", to which Red remarks that Harold is an episode of the show
Snix - "There is nothing wrong with your TV set, we are in control of it"
mentioned in dialogue
Luke says that "The Outer Limits" deserves as much fanfare as "The Twilight Zone."
Ted Raimi tells a story about writing a fan letter to an Outer Limits actor.
Davis says he's going to watch an Outer Limits marathon on TV.
Stanley Tucci's charachter discussed a show which he thought it to be Twilight Zone but then he's been corrected that Outer Limits is the right show.
mentioned in newspaper film review
In "Field Day Intro", Strong Bad's "Do not attempt to adjust..." line, as well as the static effects at the opening are both references to this show
The title appears in a montage.
Hardison references the opening narration of The Outer Limits, "We will control the horizontal, we will control the vertical."
Elvira references the show during an improv beatnik poetry recital.
Dan refers to Halloween III as "a rejected 'Outer Limits' episode about masks."
clips from this show are in this special
shown on a TV screen
Rodney watches a "very strange" episode of the series.
Opening credits sequence seen on TV
The series theme mantra plays on the old lady's television.
Spoofed as 'The Limits of the Imagination'
Adult Movie using idea of title sequence of cult sci-fi series.
The opening with just audio.
Charlie does an impression of Rod Serling as the Narrator of the Twilight Zone, but his opening lines copy those of The Outer Limits.
Control Freak repeats a paraphrased version of the famous "control voice" opening, including an on screen white dot and vertical line.
The prologue spoofs this show