Molly Edwards mentions Barnaby Jones.
Bobby tells Ray to stop trying to be a Barnaby Jones
Dorothy predicts a depressed Stan will go home and watch an episode of the show.
Sophia says Dorothy resembles Barnaby Jones.
Sledge gives a complex explanation for the events, and asked if he discovered that alone, he says he has seen it in an episode of the series.
Norm and Paul watch the show on the television at the bar.
"Next week on 'Barnaby Jones,' 'Mrs. Claus of Death'!"
Tom: "All of a sudden, it's a 'Barnaby Jones' wrap-up."
Tom: "'Barnaby Jones': epilogue"
Mentioned by Norm.
They talked about and watch on TV
Crow: Is this a Barnaby Jones wrap up?
Joel: "That's 'Barnaby Jones.'"
Tom: "'Barnaby Jones' had better fight scenes than this movie."
Crow: It looks like where they filmed a bunch of Barnaby Jones episodes.
Al thinks the 'Barnaby Jones' reunion show is on, but it's actually a new Rolling Stones video.
Tom: "Boy, it's tough when 'Barnaby Jones' out-actions you."
Ray Vecchio: Well, you know how on Barnaby Jones, you can always tell the bad guy because he's played by that actor that you see a lot?
Myron calls Officer Hummell Barnaby Jones.
Cartman complains about missing Barnaby Jones on TV.
The kids watch this in class at school.
Grandfather mentions it while sitting on the porch.
Title on board behind Fred Silverman
Marge says, "Kojak is sexier than Cannon and Barnaby Jones put together."
Jack mentions the show.
mentioned in dialogue
The massage parlor receptionist calls Glen "Barnaby Jones"
Mindy (Janet Varney) calls Lassiter "Barnaby Jones."
Subject of a $2,000 clue in the category "1970s TV Casts"
Peggy mentions watching it with Mike's dad.
The episode opens with a 1970s CBS promotion for the series
Linkara discusses spin-offs in which characters become detectives
Jay and Ben Stiller talk about 1970s crime television shows including this one
Title character parodied in "Murder on the Oregon Express" sketch.
Buddy Ebsen cameo as Barnaby Jones