Space: 1999 (1975–1977)
Opening scene uses footage of Moonbase Alpha
Several effects shots at the beginning of the movie came from the series "Space: 1999."
One of the Charlton Comics range can be seen in a magazine rack.
this series is mentioned since the movie was edited from it
last week's "film" was two really two episode of this show
"You can be The Odd Couple 1999"
Joel: "Thelma & Louise: 1999"
Servo: Lady, you are due back on the Space: 1999 set.
The ship is seen in the spaceship graveyard
Mike: "That would be outrageous! It'd be like 'Space: 1999' or something."
Ending credit: The day the moon left Earth's orbit - September 13, 1999.
After The Lone Gunmen explain over the conference call what the conpiracy the protagonists are investigating is all about, Detective Mary Astadourian ironically comments that she's now like Barbara Bain to Agent Willmore's Martin Landau, the leads of Space: 1999.
Referenced by Lloyd
A model of the Eagle shuttle can be see in Comic Book Guy's apartment.
The sound effect emitted by a mission target or other object the user can interact with is lifted from this program.
Peter says "So you're going to name the school after the guy from Space 1999" "No that's Martin Landau"
Sully: Cam, look at you. In charge of Moonbase Alpha here.
Referenced by name
ship shown in demolition derby
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the review of the tv-series in next week's episode
"Space 1989" poster
referenced by name
Interior sets and props (illuminated wall panels similar to those on Moonbase Alpha, Kartell-style light fittings and furniture, etc.
Howard and Bernadette have a collectible "Eagle" spacecraft on their desk.
The nose of the research submersible is almost identical in design to the 'beak' section of a Moonbase Alpha Eagle transporter.
The psychedelic plasma ball seen in the Disco Queen's quarters was inspired by the light door in Guardian of Piri.
references Commander Koenig, one of the series' main characters
Linkara mentions the ship on this show lead to the creation of the Millennium Falcon
clips from this show are in this special
Clips are shown
Clips are shown
DVD release reviewed + footage used
parody of Catherine Shell in Space 1999
Uses an original episode of the TV series and treats it as if it were a silent movie