Mod Squad (1968–1973)
When Felix uses some of Rudy's hipster lingo, Oscar askes whether Felix has been watching The Mod Squad.
Raffles correctly predicts "The Mad Squad" to be a top-rated TV show.
Fred mentions having recently watched this program.
Archie asks a long-haired, scruffy police detective if he's one of the "Mod Squad" referring to this series.
mentioned by Standish
Title mentioned by Dennis Miller on Weekend Update
Mr. Belvedere says, "Joining the Mod Squad?"
Referenced as a television program popular in Russia.
Rockne S. O'Bannon wrote for the series.
Valerie refers to the series.
Mentioned by Kevin(Narrator).
Servo: "It's the Mod Squad!"
Magenta Thompson says that the show's motto should have been, "One White, One Black, and One Incompetent Little Slut."
Mr. Lewis and his friends refer to themselves as "the Mod Squad."
Mentioned on Sprockets
Title spoofs 1960s series.
Joel asks Servo about pets for the title characters.
Sandy talks about watching "The Mod Squad" when she was young.
When Deloris learns that her nun's name is to be Sister Mary Clarence, she says, "Like Clarence Williams III?" and references his role on "The Mod Squad."
Joel: "'Mod squad reunion"
Lisa says to Mr. Hutz: "You're a latter-day Clarence Darrow." Hutz asks: "Was he the black guy on The Mod Squad?"
"Mod Squad: the Next Generation"
Servo: The Sod Squad. Julie! Peg! Eb!
Mike: Pete, Linc, Julie and...Steve?
The man at the check-in window of the impound lot asks Carey "You ever see Link from Mod Squad down there at Parker Center?".
Servo hums the theme.
Mentioned in dialogue
Mike: Linc. Julie. Over there.
Mentioned by Crow
Crow: "They've stumbled into the end of 'Mod Squad.'"
C.C. mentions the show by name.
Fran mentions the show by name.
Zorak mentions a program that rhymes.
Crow: Linc, Julie, Load.
The soundtrack plays when Chandler chases after Kathy
Salem watches the show.
Eddie Chandler refers to the series.
Servo: "Check out the Linc Hayes topiary!"
There is a Tv with the show on.
Denzel Washington's character Lincoln Rhyme references Clarence Washington III's character Linc Hayes
Referenced in The Ladies Man
There is a reference to this show.
Eric, Kelso and Fez refer to themselves as The Mod Squad
Quinn mentions "Mod Squad of the 60's" to the detectives
Will: "That was Linc and Julie from the Mod Squad."
Dr. Cox refers to Elliot, J.D., and Turk as "The Mod Squad."
Mentioned by Leonard Goldberg
Nick hangs out with a group of friends called "the Mod Squad." In this case it is a pun on their derogatory nickname Merchants of Death.
referenced in clue in "The Smithsonian Jazz Band" category
Andrew Peters mentions this title when he calls for the judges' scores for Anh Do and Luda Kroitor's disco dance.
When Wanda starts to come down after her energy-drink high, Brent says, "You're crashing ... I saw this on Mod Squad."
Joel: "The Mod Squad! In color!"
Jack refers to an audition he attended for an episode of The Mod Squad.
House refers to the troika of experimental drugs his patient is on as The Mod Squad
"this ain't the Mod Squad"
Leslie mentions it in her filibuster speech at the meeting.
Phyllis George compares the "NFL Today" team to the Mod Squad.
"the God Squad"
Mentioned in dialog
Dean mentions "the God Squad"
"The Odd Squad"
Reboot is mentioned
Mentioned by name.
Seth mentions Peggy Lipton's former series as he notes that she plays Rashida Jones' mother on her new series
"Now I know for sure this is the Turkish M.O.D. Squad."
Footage from this TV series was edited into this mini-series.
shown in Aaron Spelling segment
a clip alleged to be of Harrison Ford on the show is shown
The racing in Smithers' dream spoofs the show.
Spoofed as The Muppet Odd Squad
Salem has a dream in which the characters from the show act like The Mod Squad.
Spoofed in TV Trash Heap cable channel Kim's brothers are watching