How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966 TV Movie)
The Grinch and some of the musical instruments from 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas' are in 'Horton Hears a Who'.
similar plot: big beast comes down to teach the village a lesson about greed
Referenced by the narrator (adult Kevin)
The people of Springfield stand in a circle
Joel: I've got a wonderful, grinchy idea.
"And you look like a Who from Whoville"
Tom: "Outside, I'm the Grinch who stole Christmas."
"And the Grinch peared down with his little dog, Max..."
mentioned by title
"It's a fine one." Crow: "Mr. Grinch!"
Tom: "Everybody on stage for the big Whoville number!"
Adult Kevin says, "Then, I ran into the Grinch."
Crow, Joel, and Tom sing part of "Welcome Christmas."
Mr. Burns starts to speak in rhyme with Dr. Seuss nonsense words and the way he's drawn begins to mimic that of the Grinch.
Joel: "It's a Who from Whoville!"
Crow (as Cindy Lou Who): "Why? Why are you taking my gun?"
The Christmas special was one of the inspirations for the film.
Mike: (lyric of Santa Klaws song) I have slain the Grinch...
Chuck refers to John as "the Grinch."
discussion of the heart-growing scene
"You're a mean one, Mr...."
Kelly calls Griff "The griff who stole christmas."
Mentioned by Lt. Vansen.
Frank askes Modell if the Grinch was his home decorator.
One of the bullies takes Chandler's Grinch hat.
The lyrics of the song during the Lobe causing havoc scene is similar to the lyrics from the You're a mean one, Mr. Grinch.
Buffy, "I was Cindy Lou Who just coasting through my life ..."
The Grinch is mentioned
After hearing Hank talk negatively about Santa Claus Bill replies "You're a mean one Mr. Grinch!".
"I have to stop Christmas from coming... but how? "
Crow (as the Grinch): "I *will* destroy Christmas this year. I will!"
Tom: "Cindy Lou Bozo"
Kent Brockman notes that Mr. Burns stole Christmas from 1981 to 1985.
Mike: "Cindy Lou Who grew up nice!"
Crow: He looks like the Grinch, doesn't he?
"Cindy Lou Who?
The thieves are known as the Grinch Gang.
episode title reference
Dick, Harry, and Tommy watch it on TV.
Tom: "Fashions by Grinch of Whoville"
Crow sings Fahoo-Foray.
Mike: "Hey, look at the Grinch's dog tree."
Mike: He's turned into the Grinch.
Evelyn tells Patrick: "Stop scowling, Patrick, you're such a Grinch."
Skinner says he's going to put on his favourite christmas film, a tale about a Grinchy character who tries to steal christmas. He builds it up so you think he's talking about this movie.
Lorelai refers to Rory as a "Grinch."
Chris says, "All is not right in Whoville."
Mentioned in dialogue
mentioned that Julio is watching "The Grinch"
How the Grinch stole Radio Shack is a reference to this title.
Lorelai says that Luke is the Grinch to her Cindy Lou Who.
Jade says Dalong Wong is part grinch and wants to steal Christmas
Mentioned by Hyde.
a passing reference
Dr. Drakken uses identical Dr. Seuss nonsense words to describe the Chistmas gifts others are getting.
Todd's heart grows three sizes like The Grinch's heart
"The Shrimp Who Stole Christmas"
In Rusty's dream, his heart grew two sizes in the same style as in this TV special
Lorelai says, "Is that anything like Whoville?"
House calls a patient "Cindy Lou Who"
girl is called "Cindy Lou Who"
The scene with Cindy and Earl is just like the scene with Cindy Lou Who and Grinch in How the Grinch Stole Christmas.
Jason calls Ted "The Grinch" when he is ruining his Christmas
Dexter: "You're a mean one, Mr. Shrink."
The Grinch mentioned
The musical montage featuring Hal is reminiscent of Thurl Ravenscroft's song about the Grinch.
The Grumble is a parody of the Grinch.
Lorelai says that she "Grinched it up" during the holiday season, refusing to celebrate Christmas without Rory.
Referenced when Irwin says, "My true heart grew three sizes that day."
"You're a mean one, Mr. Grinch."
Shawn refers to Henry as "Ebenezer Grinch."
Dean calls Sam "Grinch"
Stan the Snowball mentions The Grinch
After the snow falls in Whoville the children can be seen building a 'Grinch' snowman.
"Your little Grinch heart started beating again"
Subject of a $200 question
Critic says the Bigheads "I swear are just the Grinch's testicles if they sprouted legs and started complaining about everything."
Mentioned among the other TV specials that star the Grinch.
Sheldon mentions the Grinch.
Nurse Jackie calls someone a "Grinchy fucker"
The Critic mentions Thurl Ravencroft being the singer of this TV special.
House tells Wilson his heart is 3 sizes too small.
Subject of a $500 question
They Mention The Movie
The little girl at the end is modeled after Cindy Lou Who.
Bruce is dressed as the Grinch.
The Filmbuff mentions Boris Karloff's role
Avery talks about Whoville and Cindy Lou Who
The Critic says, "I discovered that the world is filled with nasty-wasties...", a reference to part of the song of the Grinch that goes, "You're a nasty-wasty skunk..."
"You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch" plays throughout the review of "Scary Godmother 2"
Tom Hanks, Nicolas Cage, & Harrison Ford team up to solve the mystery of the Who-Ville present heist.
Sue dresses up like the Grinch. The students also sing "Welcome Christmas," which comes from this movie.
Andy pretends to be the Grinch in a game that he and Pam create for Darryl's daughter in the warehouse.
In the opening montage Stewie is dressed as Santa with a huge bag of stolen gifts with a sleigh pulled by Brian wearing a reindeer antler.
Deeks refers to Sam as the Grinch, but bigger.
The Grinch can be seen walking past the Psych office.
Greg says, "Let's carve the roast beast."
"It's just noise, noise, NOISE."
"This Peter Pan costume is two sizes too small"
One of the ice skaters is dressed up in a Grinch costume.
Mentioned by Mike.
Regan mentions the main character, Grinch, to Ava in this movie
Adam gives this movie's CD as a gift
Griinch mentioned by Abby
Callen tells Sam "You're a mean one, Mr. Hanna."
Referenced by Tina Fey on Weekend Update
Title mentioned by Conan O'brien
Mentioned as a Christmas special usually played during Christmas.
Hewy says "the Comfort Doll's heart grew three sizes that day."
Leonard sings part of "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch."
Grinch character seen
In Homer's dream, Santa Claus has a Grinch tattoo on one of his shoulders.
Castle compares Captain Gates to the Grinch
One of the con attendees is wearing a Grinch shirt.
"Grinchina" appears on "What Up with That?"
mentioned by the Nerd
Der Kinderlumper slithers about the same way that the Grinch does
Clue in category 1960's Television
When Cecil wickedly laughs at Bugs for falling for his scam at one point his face becomes like The Grinch's face during the "wonderful, awful, idea scene".
a fake headline says Bob Filner has been cast in a new version of "The Grinch" and shows the Grinch from the cartoon
The Grinch appears during the opening sequence.
The Grinch appears in "Oh, the Places You'll D'oh!"
Phelous sings a rendition of "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch"
Compared to living with Perry, Donald doesn't find the Grinch such a bad guy.
Reviewed by Jebediah Atkinson on Weekend Update
a picture of the Grinch from the TV special is shown
Kent Brockman reports, "There's a new Grinch this holiday season, and its name is global warming."
refers to green monsters as Grinches
song "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch" is heard
Critic compares Arthur Christmas to this film as demonstrating how the goodness of Christmas can be lost
Dean comments that Crowley's "heart grew three sizes"
Smithers has a reindeer horn on his head like Max
Grinch costume seen
Grinch character seen
discussion of made-for-TV Christmas movies
Seth refers to the lyrics of the song about the Grinch
Rich mentions it.
Brad mentions Whoville.
Mentioned in dialogue
The Grinch appears in Homer's hallucination.
Referenced during Fox & Friends cold opening
James mentions this airing every Christmas
"Heart grew four times that day"
Mention by Rebecca Grinch
Critic mentions it
Jack tells Big Mac that he thought he was a "grinch".
Happy refers to the endangered people as "the Whos down in Whoville."
Title mentioned and picture shown on Weekend Update
A plush toy of Grinch is based on this animated appearance.
Universal Studios tourists refer to Kimmy as "Irish Dora" and "Whoville lady."
Referenced by Kimmy in her job pitch
referenced in clue in "Right Initials, Wrong Voice" category
an example of a children's film that is more celebrated as time goes on
Referenced in the "Bless Her Heart" sketch
"Not enough lights in Whoville"
Cisco asks Caitlin, "Are we about to be the Grinches this next year?"
mentioned by Mike Greenberg in discussion of Christmas movies
The family is watching this program on television
very brief clip and mention
The gang are watching it.
excerpts from this show
Clips are shown
One of the things associated with Christmas
Featured as the Number 4 spot
Clips of the Grinch was shown.
Beware of Santa segment
#11 is "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch"
clips are shown
"How the Grinch Stole Christmas!" is #14.
clips are shown and this one is compared to the 2000 version.
ERod says this version is better than the live action one.
Governors Award presentation for June Foray.
Grinch's revelation is recalled
Clip used in review.
Used in one of the remix segments.
The Grinch is the #9 pick.
A blue Grich can be seen early in the opening sequence about to steal Christmas
Spoofed as 'How David lynch Stole Christmas'
The intro features a parody of the special with Roger as The Grinch and his cat Stinky as Max trying to steal Christmas from Doug.
A narrator speaks of a character's heart growing bigger as it had been 3 sizes too small, just like in this tv special.
Characters watch a spoof of this on TV called "The Grinchy Poo"
Narrator uses similar lines, even sings parody of "You're a Mean One"; Finch ruins Christmas by replacing presents.
In the flashback of how Joe became handicapped , Joe fights the Grinch.
Scene with the Ghostly Trio stealing gifts from townspeople. Complete with narration.
when cartman is talking about how much he hates lines he says "lines, lines, lines" the same way the grinch says "toys, toys, toys" in the grinch , and even the animation is similar
When the town of South Park encircles the ladder to Heaven the kids are building, they are humming; the humming is spoofing the song "Fahoo Foraze".
Lizzie's monologue poem uses some Grinch catchphrases
Homer sings a parody of, "You're A Mean One Mr Grinch," while he is out stealing everyones gifts
mountain lion lives in cave at top of hill and behaves similarly
In "Screw Yousical the Musical," the kids go to a place called "Whoreville," which spoofs Whoville.
Characters watch "The Grunt", a spoof of this.
Film is a spoof of How The Grinch Stole Christmas
Brick: "Why are you taking our presents? Why?"
The format and narrative are based on the Grinch
The Grinch visits a doctor when his heart grows three sizes.
Turles tells Gohan the things he hates about Christmas in the same fashion as The Grinch in the film.
Parodies the Grinch's "All the noise, noise, noise, NOISE!"
The Critic reviews the 2000 version in Seuss rhyming style, occasionally mimicking the mannerisms of Chuck Jones' Grinch.
The Nostalgia Critic does a impression of Thurl Ravenscroft from How the Grinch stole Christmas, singing a parody of You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch.
Parodied with the kids singing
Green faced Lucille tries to steal Cinqo de Mayo
(sung while robbing a house) "He's a mean one, Mr. Jake."
The bulk of this episode spoofs "How the Grinch Stole Christmas."
The Second Christmas "Grouch" is a parody of the Grinch
The Grinch shows up twice in the show, once as a prototype of Tony Stark's artificial intelligence, code-named JARVIS and later when he bludgeon's Santa's skull outside the North Pole's Watering Hole and steals his sleigh.
Moe smiles like the Grinch as a rat is seen with a bone tied on its head like Max
Bitch Pudding's heart grows three times in size (not really)
Every Splooge in Sploogeville liked Rule 34 a lot, except for the Grinchy Comix Scrutinizer who did not.
The lead characters have the same name and appearance; plots are similar, both have a narrator and everything written in rhyme
At the end of act 1, Rainbow Dash does a grin very similar to the Grinch.
The Grumple is a spoof of the Grinch.