Fantastic Voyage (1966)
Highlighted in a salute to Welch's movie career during a medley of musical numbers
Joel: "Looks like he's in the doctor's heart in that movie, 'Fantastic Voyage.'"
Mentioned in sketch with Virgil character
Babs, Buster, and Calamity are miniaturized and travel inside Plucky's body.
Frink suggests saving Homer by shrinking people inside a submarine and sending it into him to fix his colon, he even refers to it as "A fantastic voyage if you will"
The episode's plot parodies the plot of the film.
Iron Man shrinks down to enter Hawkeye's bloodstream to save his life. It's the same plot as this movie.
Dexter makes a "fantastic voyage" through Dee Dee's ear canal.
Mentioned by name
Jerry mentions that he owns the movie.
Referenced in dialog
Main characters shrink and enter a patient's body.
Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 1 features many clips and references from movie and television history.
People are shrunk down and put into a human
When inside Mr Burns, Marge asks why her suit is so revealing and Homer says "That's what turns a mediocre voyage into a fantastic voyage!". A reference to the revealing suits in this film.
The crew enters Darph Bobo's body after being shrunk
Title reference; plot spoofed
Para-Medic mentions it during a radio conversation.
Referenced in dialog. Fantastic Voyage was written by Bixby
Vag-tastic Voyage porn site title
As in "Fantastic Voyage," Phineas and Ferb and their submarine are shrunken and end up inside Candace.
As in "Fantastic Voyage," Phineas and Ferb and their submarine are shrunken, and they end up inside of Candace.
Taub sarcastically dismisses one of Kutner's suggestions by suggesting they use a submarine and a miniaturization device, alluding to "Fantastic Voyage"
Incorrect guess on a $2,000 clue in the category "Big Actors, Small Roles"
Mentioned in dialogue.
"The only reason we're not seeing the ship from Fantastic Voyage is because this is the view from it."
Troy talks about Abed getting obsessed with "some fantasy world where submarines are small enough to enter the bloodstream."
It is referenced in the back cover of a video movie.
title of bound manuscript on bookshelf
During the Google interview, Nick talks about the idea of putting a "submarine into people's bodies to fight diseases."
A recorded VHS tape of this movie & Top Gun is seen in the TV room.
George A. Romero mentions it.
The Doctor refers to the film.
some of the effects from this movie are reused in the hypnosis sequences
This film's theatrical trailer is featured.
clips from the film
Spoofed as The Micro Dentists
Control room: Too much sugar, ran out of sugar
quotes parodying dialogue from beginning of Fantastic Voyage, only referring to zombies instead of shrinking people
entire episode based on this film
The submarine Proteus used in the film is seen repairing a military vessel in the animated series.
the second part is a parody of this movie
Dexter takes a "fantastic voyage" through Dee Dee's ear canal.
Spoofed in the "Fantastic Boyage" segment
Spoofed in Fantastic Voyage skit
The Planet Express crew's journey through Fry's bloodstream and digestive tract echoes the plot of the earlier movie
The majority of the "Tiny Timmy!" plot is a parody of this movie (shrinking and travelling through someone's body).
3rd segment is a parody of this movie. Characters are shrunken and travel inside someone in a submarine to rescue someone from inside, just like the people who travel inside someone in this movie to heal them. Costumes are the same.
The plot involves persons boarding a submarine to be shrunk and inserted inside a human body in order to revive it - within a certain time.
The Venture team shrinks a submarine, miniaturizes it, and use it to diagnose and treat Doctor Venture from the inside.
New Kid/Douchebag shrinks himself with gnome powder and enters Mr. Slave's rectum in order to deactivate a nuclear device the government planted inside him.