One Day at a Time (1975–1984)
Mentioned during Norman Lear's monologue
Referenced in contestant introductions.
Title on top ten list held up by Al Franken on Weekend Update
Title mentioned on 'Outweek' in relation to Bonnie Franklin.
Tom sings the "One Day at a Time" theme.
Mike: It's Boyd Gaines, from the old "One Day at a Time" show.
Beavis mentions Miss Romano from this show.
Mentioned in dialogue
"Schneider" is hired for the Grand Opening of the restaurant that is in direct competition with Roseannes.
Missy compares herself to Ann Romano
theme song heard
Frank dresses as Schneider.
title reference; mentioned by Val
Title seen on Al Franken's top ten list
"Bonnie Franklin was from One Day at a Time."
Title mentioned by Dawn Heinecken
The theme song is heard when Stan turns on the TV
during the Our Favorite Photos bit, one of Ron White's photos is compared to a character from this series
Director mentions working with Valerie Bertinelli
Mentioned in dialogue
In a scene in which Tom Green plays a maitenance man, he names his character Schneider.
Jennifer mentions the show and having Valerie Bertinelli for a sister.
Title mentioned in Family Feud sketch
Title on-screen when Mackenzie Phillips is shown
When Sam says, "One Day at a Time" to Melanie (played by Valerie Bertinelli, who starred on "One Day at a Time") she gives a thoughtful knowing glance
introduced as the show Valerie got her start on
referenced in clue and correct response in "The Cliché Interview" category
ODAAT mentioned when Mackenzie Phillips is introduced
Val mentions the kids weren't even born when ODAAT was on TV
Val and Mackenzie talk about how long it's been since they were on the show
referenced in clue and correct response in "A Visit with Rita Moreno" category
Duff and Val discuss her show
the shows is discussed and clips are shown
early depiction of single mother
clips shows during Valerie interview
Clicps shown during Valerie Bertinelli segment
As Amy is watching television, the theme song for the show is heard.
Title, character names and premise are a send-up of the TV series.
Brian watches a clip of this on TV which spoofs and lampoons it.
The episode title is a pun on the series.