Family Affair (1966–1971)
Danny calls Jesse, who is dressed in a butler uniform, "Mr. French." Jesse responds by calling Danny "Uncle Bill."
Joel: "Sometimes, I dream about Cissy from 'Family Affair.'"
Servo: "It's Mr. French!"
Crow: "He looks like Mr. French."
Servo: "Oh, look, Mr. French."
Tom: "Oh no, Mr. French! Buffy didn't hide the cat!"
The flash card of Sebastian Cabot shows him as Mr. French.
Forrester: Like at the beginning of Family Affair.
Referenced on America's Most Wanted: Former Child Actors
"Buffy, Jody, Mrs. Beasley"
Someone in the film says "It's a family affair," and Servo hums the theme song from the TV series.
Crow: "Hey, it's Joey from 'Family Affair,' all grown up."
Tom: "Kinda looks like Brian Keith's room in 'Family Affair.'"
"Buffy and Jody!"
Kathy refers to Niles as Mr. French.
Crow: "Hey, leave Mr. French alone!"
Fran mentions the show by name.
"Your Family Affairs"
Fran mentions the character, Mr. French.
Tom: "Martin Scorsese is Mr. French in 'The Exorcist.'"
Servo: Matthew McConaughey as Mrs. Beasly, the doll from Family Affair.
"My name's Jody" "Can I call you Buffy"
Because of a hair she discovers on her chin, Annie says she's turning into Mr. French.
mentioned by cast member
A lunchbox featuring A Family Affair is shown.
Costello's top lieutenant/muscle uses the alias "Mr French" (Costello says this is not his real name), which is a reference to the name of the well-known butler/manservant (played by Cabot) from this show.
Howard tells of losing his virginity to the child star Anissa Jones.
Mentioned by Simone Gerhardt.
Jon Polito refers to Tim Curry as Mr. French.
The TV show Zed is watching in his hideout.
Jay reviews a film adaptation of the series starring Marlon Brando
Jay shows a clip from "Family Affair: The Motion Picture" starring Marlon Brando