The Young and the Restless (1973– )
Chrissy says,"It's just like the Young and the Restless"
Cameos from cast members
Mentioned in dialogue
Johnny refers to the title while commenting on the age of the Philadelphia Phillies' players
Carla sarcastically refers to a recounting of Sam and Diane's star-crossed romance as another gripping episode of "The Young and the Chestless".
Referenced by Jason
Ralph says "What is this, The Young and the Stupid?'
TV show mentioned by Sophia.
D.J. says to Kimmy "Where are we The Young & the Restless junior high?"
Zack refers to the series.
Mentioned by Brandon
Jazz mentions watching the show
The soap "The Young and the Beautiful" references this show's title.
Joel: "Here are your headshots for 'The Young and the Restless' audition."
Stephanie creates a soap opera-type story that she calls "The Young and the Jealous."
Crow: Why are they playing Nadia's theme?
Betty mentions a TV program titled "The Young and the Thumbless."
Discussed by Fran, the russian woman, and the desk sergeant.
Will: "I'm young, and I'm restless"
Richard refers to the Korean soap opera that Annie, Del and Caroline are watching as "Fu Young and the Restless".
Robert Stack refers to Dennis Cole's appearance on the series.
Marie mentions the soap opera when yelling at Raymond.
J.J. refers to the series.
Talk about Victor and other characters
Mr. Feeny calls the class's discussions "The Young and the Restless."
Delilah refers to Stella's life as "the young, restless, and colored."
Fran mentions the show by name.
Mentioned as staff watch Josie's video feed.
Sally mentions it as an example of something "young."
Becker, Linda and the rest of the potential jurors watch the show together in the courthouse waiting room.
Aleka references this show
The show is mentioned at the Soapie Awards.
Story tackles the tv series.
Referenced by Lilika
while watching the news a reporter asks to change the channel to the young and the restless
When pointing out the similarities between herself and Becker, Linda says to him, "We were both upset when Phyllis dumped Jack on the Young and the Restless".
mentioned by David
Niles becomes hooked on the show and makes references to it throughout the episode.
This show is mentioned in that film.
Referenced in Woo the Musical
Mentioned by Dalia
julius watches the show
The title is a reference to the title of that show.
mentioned in restaurant
at grandpa wolfhaus' wake in the video me made he said that now since hes dead he wont be able to watch "young and the restless"
Julius attempts to tape the show
Chris buys his father the soundtrack album
title reference; part of the plot
mentioned in dialogue
The B&G's walk around the set
mentioned in dialogue
David Hasselhoff briefly talks about this show.
Reference in an $800 clue in the category "Children of Presidents"
During his closing remarks, Pat Sajak comments on the winning contestant whose grandmother made her watch two shows as a child - "Wheel" and "Y&R"
Subject of a $1,000 clue in the category "Soap Operas"
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "TV Adjectives"
Mrs. Dabney: (about P.J. and Gabe) "They should make a soap opera about you two, The Young and the Clueless!"
Lily mentions the show by name.
Mentioned by Steven.
The episode title is a parody of the TV soap opera, The Young and the Restless.
Title is referenced
Nikki tells Stacy "You're bold, beautiful, young and restless".
Subject of Documentary
Ascension says she named Leslie after the show character.
Theme song featured at the end.
Eden Riegel says that she was on the show when she was pregnant with her first child
Alma mentioned that the star of the series was fired
title appears on-screen when Sharon Case is shown
title seen on screen when Max is shown
Mentioned in dialogue by Crystal Harris.
Original Cast Member Tom Hallick picks up 'Phyllis Summers' on her way to Genoa City. In the series' first episode it was Hallick's character who got a lift to Genoa City.
Franco calls Nina Phyllis and talks about their time in Wisconsin.
Jimmy mentions that the series tied for Best Drama at the Daytime Emmys
Title mentioned on Weekend Update
Eva Longoria talks about her former soap opera
cast members present clues.
Mentioned by Jimmy as Donald J. Trump
A fictional TV show is called "The Immortal and the Restless" a play on the title
cast members appear on this episode.
correct response in "TV Themes" category
Mentioned by Marissa Morgan: "I don't know if we need a Shakespearean sonnet, or an episode of 'The Young and the Restless.'"
"He was going to give her a Young and the Restless autograph..."
Carrie Brownstein recalls watching the soap opera obsessively
Bette and Joan talk about the show.
Travis watches this television series.
It's revealed that it's Henry Thomas favourite program and he hates being disturbed while watching it. A short excerpt is also shown.
Mrs. Rossmore is watching the show when Gary rescues her.
Heather Biblow-Imperiali gets a job acting on the show.
Clips from series shown as nominees announced.
Arash's Aunt in Texas, Moti, watches "The Young and the Restless" several times throughout the movie
Clips are shown
Rossi and Morgan are watching the show on television in Reid's hotel room. Shemar Moore, who plays Derek Morgan, was on "The Young And The Restless" from 1994 to 2005.
Footage from the TV series was featured in this mini-series.
David Letterman shows a clip of Eva Longoria brandishing a knife
A scene with Nikki and Victoria Newman talking about a missing Chelsea is shown.
Ascension watches it
TV series spoofed in episode title.
Fenton's mother watches "Young and featherless"
Show's theme song is spoofed.
Spoofed as 'The Dumb and the Headless'
Spoofed in "The Young and the Housebroken" TV spot
The opening credits of the soap opera It Never Ends spoof the opening of this show.
When lying in the bed sick and watching TV, Doug's dream includes himself, Carrie with Jack Abbott, and Arthur with Ryan McNeil and Nikki Newman.
children's educational soap opera,instead of adult soap opera
title/soap opera parody
After discovering that his show shares a printer with the soap opera, and finding upcoming script pages for the series, James performs a scene with Patricia Arquette and Chris Pine
intro sequence from the 80s and 90s