The Party (1968)
Uses one gag from the movie
the dinner scene is recreated with almost identical shot choices
Use of the music cue "It Had Better Be Tonight" from this movie, also scored by Henry Mancini. See also trivia.
"Nothing to Lose" plays in background at birthday party
Both films have a character named Bill Kelso.
copies slapstick jokes very identical to that in the original movie
Referenced by one of the characters, Dwight, during the party scene in his apartment.
When Meg calls Van after the stripper incident, he plays a joke on her by sending her to several different 'people'. When in reality it is just him using different accents and voices. Once he answers "This is Birdie Num Nums." A famous line from 'The Party'.
Character says the line "Birdy Num-Nums" during psychedelic daydream scene.
At the beach party, Brice says in the microphone "Birdie num num"
mentioned in dialogue
DVD cover shown.
Pete calls Steve "Birdie num-num."
episode is named after the "Birdie nam nam" quote
Pastewka talks about and plays a song from this movie
Raúl Arevalo's character is based on the original waiter.
Nick says "The Party" with Peter Sellers is his favorite movie.
Style and Performance
Peter Sellers as a film extra blowing a horn after being shot
Blake Edwards Tribute
Some clips from this movie are shown when it is the subject of a segment.
clips featured to illustrate the most embarrassing moments in movies
A fragment is shown.
Brett's #3 Movie Party
The opening, a film within the film, is a parody of the drama in colonial British India.