Billy Jack (1971)
Informed that someone in the lobby is wearing a black hat, Rhoda says it's either her guest, or Billy Jack.
Big Ruby Red: "I could be bigger than Billy Jack."
Steele obliquely refers to this movie when he asks Laura, "Why are you so determined to make this into 'Billy Jack Saves a Pig Thief?' "
Joel sings part of "One Tin Soldier."
Joel: "One tin soldier rides away."
talk about going to see this movie
Servo says: And all it said was "Peace on Earth"
Miller sings the chorus of "One Tin Soldier"
"Billy Jack at Los Alamos"
Mike (singing): "Go ahead and hate your neighbor, go ahead and cheat a friend."
Homer's asking Bart to shoot enclosed deer references the scene where the father tells his son to shoot fenced-in wild horses in the film.
Crow: "Have you heard from Billy Jack lately?"
"This is where Billy Jack comes in"
"Cheap sequel to Billy Jack"
Mr. Kraft wants this film for the dance theme.
Crow: Do you know Billy Jack?
At one point, the DJ calls Joe "Billy Jack."
mentioned in documentary
"One Tin Soldier" is heard.
Text mentioning 'Walking Tall' and 'Billy Jack' is visible on the 'Mr. Majestyk' poster in Budd's trailer.
Mentioned in a magazine article.
Mentioned in the narrative as being a predecessor to 'The Trial of Billy Jack.'
Described as such by Dolph Lundgren.
"Don't make me 'Billy Jack' your ass."
Referenced during a fight at a bar.
mentioned in dialogue
Hugo: Billy Jack!
DVD cover seen
DVD cover shown
DVD cover shown
"the female Billy Jack"
Andy suggests that they pretend there is buried treasure in Pawnee and when no one finds it he says that the treasure "was love all along," a direct reference to the famous theme song ("One Tin Soldier") of the movie.
Mentioned in interview.
Felix says "Im gonna take my left foot, and put it to your right cheek..."
Mike is referred to as "Billy Jackoff"
Wynn Duffy tells Mikey "You've got a code. You're Billy Jack."
A clip is shown
Clips seen and discussed
Skit "Billy Paul"
"Billy Jerk Goes To Oz"
Jerry Stiller portrays a B-movie director who stars in one of his own films, a rip-off of Billy Jack, in which he wears the Billy Jack character's hat and vest and talks meaningfully to a native American woman about peace in the land.