Peyton Place (1964–1969)
Cramden threatens to assign an underling there.
Title mentioned by Oliver Douglas
Mayor of Peyton Place mentioned onscreen during cocktail party
Eb tells Olvier that Mrs. Douglas has run off with a doctor, just like on "Peyton Place", a primetime soap opera airing at the time on ABC
Mentioned by name.
Judy Bishop mentions it.
Mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned by Thanasis
Fred accuses Lamont of watching too much of this soap opera.
Mentioned by Efi
"Lou says if the kids are good they can watch this"
Mia Farrow refers to it as "some shlock TV series."
Wayne mentions this show in Duet.
Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 1 features many clips and references from movie history.
Rory compares recent dramas in her life to the show.
Ryan O'Neal plays Rodney Scavo and they refer to his wife as Allison. Ryan O'Neal got his first big break as Rodney on this show and his girlfriend on the show was Allison.
When Roxanne asks Barbara Eden if there will be any other television stars at her party, she tells her that Mia Farrow will be there.
Discussed by the village women
This was referenced during 'The Great American Culture Quiz' segment.
Briefly mentioned in a history overview
Subject of a $600 clue in the category "Soap Operas"
Subject of a $1,600 clue in the category "'50s Fiction"
Harry is describing the plot in upcoming episodes.
Harry talks to Joey about getting him a role in the show.
When Bacchus discovers that both husband and wife are apparently cheating on each other, he refers to the epoymous show.
Malcolm Marmorstein, director of DMDD, used to write for this show
Still shown & discussed.
Sheet music to the show's theme is hanging in a display case in the viewing room where Albert works.
Chapter reference, "Peyton Place".
correct response in "What's Your Favorite Soap?" category
The opening credits are shown.
a series of clips featuring women slapping men is shown as the narrator discusses the impact the book had
Maria and Gladys are seen watching the show
Features clip of the show.
clips shown of Mia Farrow in opening titles
The TV mentions a soap opera Peyton Private Hospital (spoofing both the Peyton Place and General Hospital soap operas).