Rusk remarks that his mother often used the line "Beulah, peel me a grape"
Blaney walks past the poster as he goes to meet Babs in the taxi.
The camera work in the scene in which Barbara "Babs" Milligan enters the apartment of Robert Rusk is referenced in "Lo squartatore di New York" ("The New York Ripper").
A poster of this film can be seen
The female corpse with the bracelets recalls the earlier film.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Crow says "Lovely, Lovely!" when Valeria is being electro-shocked by The Dark One.
Mentioned during 'Psycho Ward Eleven'
Mike: "Ted Turner, in 'Frenzy'"
Zoom out scene (murder implied) in the facade of Lois' house is a reference to "Frenzy".
Corso returns to visit the Baroness when the secretary is out at lunch, and then unwittingly becomes entangled with the murder. He then tries to dash off and on the way down bangs into the secretary who is returning from lunch. Seemed like a tribute or an inside joke by Polanski
Video case is shown.
Referenced by name
Gus mentions that the tie strangulation of the waitress is straight out of Frenzy.
Cover seen on shelf in DVD-store
During the post end credits one of the title cards mentioned that Hitchcock directed six more movies after Psycho.
Clip shown of police following a potato truck carrying a dead body
Covers shooting of the opening sequence on 26th August 1971
film clips shown
This film was featured in this episode.
Clips included in documentary
Gil Taylor and Bernard Cribbins remember the film