Soylent Green (1973)
One of the scenes shown in the place where people "go home" is an opening shot of a flock of sheep on a green hillside.
"Soylent Greenlawn" is painted on a pulpit.
Show opens with Fish saying he saw a movie where "old people were turned into crackers for young people to eat"
Corporate manufacture of humans, in this case, blood
factory produces food made of men
Joel: "Soylent Green, made from Skipper"
Joel: "Want some Soylent Green?"
Direct reference on dead mother with child in leash.
Crow: "Soylent Green is made from people!"
Joel: "There's Edward G. Robinson, fresh from his role in 'Soylent Green.'"
Tom: "Our 'Soylent Green' tour begins here."
Soylent green is being sold at the cinema in the future.
Crow: "Soylent Green is made from people!"
"Soylent green filtration control" access panel on maintenance level
Tom: "Soylent Green is made from chickens!"
Mentioned by girl thrown out of the dance club.
Is referenced in the dialogue: "At least you don't have to eat your Soylent Green"
Lisa running around telling everyone what Lisa's Slurry is made of.
Bill does ad for Soylent Green
Crow: "He's jumped right into the Soylent Green factory!"
Mike: Ortega taco shells are made from people!
In "Oddworld" Abe discovers the Rupture Farms food company are going to make food products out of his own people.
Brian says: "Soylente Green is people."
Guybrush refers to the famous twist at the end of this movie when he tries to guess what the Secret of Monkey Island is.
Bob the iguana salesman in The Hub sells "special" iguana bits, which are made of people
Tom: "You're gonna give me all your Soylent Green, man."
Bill: "If this were Logan's Run, I'd be Soylent Green by now."
sign in crowd: "Soylent Green is People"
Robert quotes this film to the bartender.
A line references "soylent green".
(6. minute) Homer offers corn-flakes labeled Soylent Green. Ralph states it's made of people...
Chocolate bars in the game are called "Choc-o-lent Dream" when viewed in the player's inventory.
Someone says "It's made out of people!" as a joke about his food he brought to the party which is quoting the famous line from this film.
The room in which the turkeys are killed is similar to the death-room in the movie
A Soylent Chow kiosk at the pet talent show.
Angel and Fred go to a double feature of Soylent Green and The Omega Man.
The Professor asks for some "Soylent" food.
The principle ingredient for use on the chef show is soylent green, a fake food item invented by this movie.
Referenced in M-TV Future
Referenced on Eat Meat billboard
The crew is seen having Soylent Green for breakfast
A character mentions Soylent Green during gameplay
The way the Sockbats are turned into foods is very reminiscient of the film, which involves the only affordable food in the future being made from people.
correct response in "AFI's Top 100 Movie Quotes" category
Jimmy: "One wet-vac for the soylent green coming right up."
In Jeff's room there is a poster from "Soylent Green" hanging on the wall
Declan spray paints "Madacorp is People" on a door; referencing the famous line from Soylent Green.
The "Gruel de jour" is Soylent Green
A green box in the Artifical Hair Bros. Store is named "Soilent Green Hairgel"
Ray says he's thinking of going to see it
In the galley (in Moon), the shelf is marked 'Soylent'.
Topher: "He's like Soylent Green, He's people."
Jay refers to a restaurant ad as presenting a Sicilian version of "Soylent Green"
Mentioned in dialogue
"Aquafina is people!"
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "A Movie Before, Then Dinner After"
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Movie Title Objects"
Shawn borrows Dennis's replica of Charlton Heston's scarf from "Soylent Green."
referring to a poorly written headline, Jay shouts, "Soylent Green is people!"
"Soylent Green is people"
mentioned by Dean
Morgan asks Damien about Charlton Heston movies: "What's cooler, 'Soylent Green' or 'Omega Man'?" Damien replies, "Trick question; 'P.O.T.A.' ('Planet of the Apes')."
one of the ingredients to make the secret truffle recipe is soylent green
Mentioned by Mike.
"...where they make scrumptious Soylent Green."
Soylent Green and Soylent Brown seen on shelf in store
The quest "Soylent Bean" is a reference to the movie name.
Shown as example of US crime genre hybrid.
mentioned by Bobby
One of the options a player can choose to say during a meal is "IT'S PEOPLE!!!"
Timothy Cavendish uses the quote "Soylent Green is people" while trying to escape from the nursing home. Also, the clones are turned into food for other clones at the end of their contract.
Video case is shown.
Seen in Simonson's apartment. The videogame was painted white for the movie but the original color was either yellow, red or blue.
The quote "Soylent Green is people!" is #77 on the list.
Clips of thie film were show during a tribute to Charlton Heston.
clip of ending shown
Spoofed in the "T.J. O'Pootertoot" segment, including the line "Pooterballs are made out of people!"
Spoofed as Soylend White, Teas and Cow pies
Heffer says, "Chewey Chicken is people! Chewey Chicken is people!! Chewey Chicken is people!!!" in "The High-Five of Doom".
After Ned finds Homer's clothes at the mini-golf, he says "People soiled our green!"
Leela says there is a soft drink made from people called "Soylent Cola" which spoofs the concept of soylent green from this movie.
Subtle and funny: the "vegetarian zombie" roaming the set screaming "The people are made out of turkey!"
Buffy runs out to the sitting area of the Doublemeat Palace and claims that the food is people.
A robot stocktrader sells shares of Soylent beans on Wall Street.
The name of the scientist that Kim is tasked to protect is Sylvan Green, a play on the name of the movie "Soylent Green".
Phil's line in the cafeteria "the Mediterranean wrap is people!"
"Operation: P.I.N.K.-E.Y.E." is a parody of this movie
Fender makes the horrid discovery that upgrade parts are being made up of broken, older robots, similar to Charlton Heston discovering the highly-prized Soylent Green is being made of people. Also, the Sweepers are similar to the Riot Control Scoopers used in the movie.
The "assisted suicide room" Abe Simpson is put in, with the circular shape, centrally located chair, movie screen and music, is a reference to the one Edward G Robinson is put in in Soylent Green.
Spoofed in the "SpongeBob/Soylent Green" crossover segment