Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Someone is called "Grasshopper" and threatens to go "all Kung Fu on you!"
Wanda Sykes says that viewers were able to suspend their disbelief with regard to David Carradine's race on the show
"Watch and learn, Grasshopper."
Frank calls Dean "Grasshopper"
Mozzie tells Peter to "try to take the pebble from my palm."
Charlie greets Alan as 'Grasshopper' with an oriental bow.
Craig mentions the beginning of the old TV-Series "Kung Fu" while talking to Rebecca Mader.
Penn mentions TV series.
Alex Trebek imitates Master Po in pronouncing "grasshopper" on a $1,200 clue in the category "Breaking the Phonics Rules"
Castle tells his daughter, "I have taught you well, Grasshopper."
Casey calls Chuck "grasshopper" and says he has much to learn.
When Sam is working at the bar, a fellow employee refers to him as Kung Fu.
Bill says, "I think I saw this on an old episode of 'Kung Fu.'"
"Still walking the earth after all this time, huh Cain?"
Mentioned by name
people are called "grasshoppers"
Captain Tidwell refers to Crews as Kung Fu.
Show is talked about.
"Your 'grasshopper' speech."
someone is called Grasshopper
When Herc is giving Jason advice about Lyla and her Dad, he says "Listen to me grasshopper".
Jerry calls someone "grasshopper"
mentioned by Alex
Hyde calls Jackie "small grasshopper" while he teaches her how to be zen. Similiar to the teacher of the young Cain on Kung Fu.
Joel: John Carradine, that was Kung-Fu right?
Servo: "Snatch the pebble from my hand."
mentioned by Craig
"Soft eyes, Grasshopper."
Mulder says "She caught Little Monster trying to snatch the pebble from her hand."
Sam calls Will "Grasshopper" whilst doing an impression of Master Po.
O'Neil tells Jackson to "Slow down, grasshopper".
Fred claims to know kung fu, adding that he never misses an episode of this series.
Fred says he fought the burglars just like that guy on this television program.
Michael calls himself the Master and Jim 'Grasshopper'
referenced as part of Joel & the Bots' comments
Tom: "And now, back to 'Kung Fu.'"
Crow: Kwai Chang Caine's last journey.
Mentioned during the trial as an example of violent television
Dennis and Burt share a photo of 'David Carradine (I)' from this show.
John - "Kung Fu! Never carried a gun!"
Chrichton calls Scorpius "Grasshopper".
Chrichton calls Scorpius "Grasshopper".
Crichton calls Scorpius "Grasshopper".
Mentioned in dialogue
Jim impersonates Kung Fu.
Jim talks about this show.
ALF refers to Brian as "Grasshopper."
"It's like Caine from Kung Fu."
'David Carradine (I)' as The Master trains Stan in self defence
person referred to as "Grasshopper"
someone is called "grasshopper"
Character says that television show "Kung Fu" is what generated interest in Martial Arts in the USA.
Kermit says, "I never missed an episode of 'Kung Fu.'"
Bruce talks of the pre-production stage of the show
The show is talked about throughout.
The preist calls Nicholas "Grasshopper", the nickname for Kwai Chang Caine.
This is a 'making of' documentary about the referenced work
Shorty says, "Show me what you got, Grasshopper." Grasshopper is the nickname of Kwai Chang Caine in the show Kung Fu.
Grab the pebble from my hand
In Chester Field's store there is a wanted poster of Kwai Chang Caine alias "The Grasshopper".
Trevor calls a student "Grasshopper" who is playing his flute
"What are you gonna do? Walk the earth?"
Towards the end, Jules says he'll "walk the earth" like Caine.
Bruce and Bill are thinking of a script for this future project.
In class, Leo answers a question with "that old, blind guy from 'Kung Fu.'"
Mentioned by Pirri.
a clip of Don Johnson's appearance on the show is shown
A fragment is shown.
watched on TV
A man talks about how the TV show sparked his interest in martial arts.
Tony watches it
Bruce and his wife are watching it.
"Canadian Kung Fu"
Parodied in Redemption
Several comedy sketches of silly Grasshopper situations
Beavis dreams he's the "grasshopper" being taught by the old master
Tony tries to lift Ziva's spirit by doing the pebble scene with Master Po and Cain.
Spoofed in Kung Fu fashiones and Kung Fu Christmas
Parodied as "Yung Fool".
parody of the "snatching insect from instructor's hand" scene
KG's "snatch the remote from my hand" scene
Art crosses desert in David Carradine attire
Kwok (Sam Hui) snatches candy out of Yuk's (Michael Hui) hand a la David Carradine.