One of the police detectives mentions the title character.
Mentioned by Chevy during the cold opening
Mentioned by name
Sheik: "A cockatoo, once kissed by Baretta."
Theme tune sung in the TV themes medley
mentioned by the two mannequins
Mentioned on Hollywood Bingo
Referenced by Mr. and Mrs. Roper
JJ mentions Baretta by name
Mentioned in Celebrity Crack-Up and in Relationships
After listening to Floyd's explanation about why he is transporting the musical equipment, the police officer replies, incredulously, "Yeah, brother. And I'm Baretta."
Sam says that Coach watches old reruns of the show.
Robert Blake mentions his former series
Schtulman suggests to Mahoney and Lassard they "do what Baretta would do".
character imitates Baretta as his role model
Tom: "I didn't know whether to take care of Tony or Baretta."
Freddy says he's "Baretta" when he's convincing himself that the other criminals aren't aware of his double-crossing.
Servo: "Baretta had a cockatoo."
Tom: "Jim Henson's Baretta Babies"
Referenced in Jerry's act
Mentioned by Crow
Mentioned by Janeane during the cold opening
The man at the check-in window of the impound lot asks Carey "Ever notice how that Baretta song tells you to 'keep your eyes on the sparrow' when the guy's got a cockatoo?".
Rooster appears on the Satellite of Love.
cop is called Baretta
Fran mentions the title character by name.
Joe has a Baretta-style investigation skill.
Tim referres to one of the "detectives" as Baretta.
Midge tells Bob she told him about her class while he was watching Baretta.
Servo mentions the show by name.
Title mentioned during Fox News cold opening
In montage of TV Guide listings
Robert Blake and his parrot are mentioned
Dave says "Baretta did that shit"
Homer's "memory box" is a "Baretta" lunchbox.
Reverend Skinner says that referring to the female role in Stars Hollow's Civil War reenactment as a hooker is "too Baretta."
"You hear that, Baretta? Nobody cares. Investigation over."
Frank calls Gary from the set of Baretta
Mentioned by name.
mentioned in dialogue
Morgan considers changing his last name to it.
Constance shows Roman a prop gun (a Baretta) that she got because she appeared as a hooker (or "an inspiring musician") on the show.
DiNozzo mentions Barretta when they're using the clipboard.
Mentioned by Ice T as he notes that he will be the longest-running cop ever on TV
Mentioned in dialogue by Mike Hobbs after Marty Deeks says "Don't do the crime if you can't do the time".
incorrect response in "TV Show Openings" category
clips from this show are used in this special
cop show distortion and tropes