When Riff-Raff opens a coffin and shows a skeleton, during "The Time Warp," the angle of his body, the coffin, and its door, as well as Riff-Raff's long gesture, directly reference Dr. Caligari opening the cabinet to reveal Cesare.
When Janet tears her slip to make a bandage, Jane does the same for Tarzan (but the slip tearing is not shown)
From "Science Fiction Double Feature": "Doctor X will build a creature"
From "Science Fiction Double Feature": "Then something went wrong for Fay Wray and King Kong"
From "Science Fiction Double Feature": "Claude Rains was the Invisible Man."
Toward the end of the film, Magenta has the same hairdo as The Monster's Mate in Bride of Frankenstein.
From "Science Fiction Double Feature": "And Flash Gordon was there in silver underwear"
Crystal Allen's hairstyle at the beginning of the film resembles Frank's wild hairstyle in the "Sweet Transvestite" number.
In the dinner scene, Frank and the guests are eating off a table with Eddie's dead body underneath.
From "Science Fiction Double Feature": "Michael Rennie was ill the day the earth stood still"
From "Science Fiction Double Feature": "'When worlds collide,' said George Pal to his bride, 'I'm gonna give you some terrible thrills'"
From "Science Fiction Double Feature": "Then at a deadly pace, it came from outer space"
A poster of this film can be seen
"Love" and "Hate" tattooed on Eddie's (Meatloaf) knuckles
From "Science Fiction Double Feature": "Leo G. Carroll was over a barrel when Tarantula took to the hills"
From "Science Fiction Double Feature": "Anne Francis stars in Forbidden Planet"
From "Science Fiction Double Feature": "Dana Andrews said prunes gave him the runes"
From "Science Fiction Double Feature": "And I really got hot when I saw Jeanette Scott fight a Triffid that spits poison and kills"
Beyond the Valley of the Dolls Soundtrack album is clearly visible in the background when Dr. Scott circles Magenta and Columbia as the electromagnet pulls him thru the castle toward the laboratory
The costumes in the floor show are identical as ones in a scene from Cabaret
It is referenced.
Giant dismembered, lipsticked mouth.
The phrase "Don't dream it, be it" is used, referencing Jubilee actor Richard O'Brien's previous cult hit.
One of the "Now showing" movies at the theater
Starts with a disembodied mouth wearing bright red lipstick talking to the audience (that turns out to belong to Fientje the police dispatcher)
Title mentioned by Father Guido Sarducci while wating for Richard Nixon
audience participation screening featured as big plot point
Barney wears a RHPS shirt.
A couple in the lower left-hand corner of the audience are wearing the same outfits as Janet and Brad at the beginning of The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975).
The first reference occurs during host Tim Curry (the lead in Rocky Horror)'s monologue. The second reference is a sketch in which Curry and musical guest Meat Loaf appear in a fake advertisement for a "Rocky Horror Shop."
Justin criticized Terry for skipping the last two showings of the film.
Poster can be seen as Debbie and Bruce are about to get it on at Sue's parent's place.
Advertised outside the cinema where Tim takes refuge
a movie theatre scene of the cast dressed up as the characters from that film.
A magazine article shown about the making of the film is titled "Die Herzog Horror Picture Show"
Cagney and Lacey question two girls who found a body on the way from the late show of this film.
On theater marquee in night shots of Hollywood.
Several references, such as Frank N. Furter's garment under the uniform of a military man, or the look of the dancers in "Choose Your Poison."
Christie mentions this movie when she visits Miyashima
A guest at a costume party is dressed as Dr. Frank N Furter.
Sid Sleaze leans on a spotlight and weeps just like Columbia during I'm Going Home.
Coffin Clock from Rocky Horror Appears in Curio Shop during the stabbing suicide.
Tim Curry in both movies owns a mansion in the middle of nowhere, and in both movies someone goes to the house while it's raining to use their phone.
sevreal zombies dressed as characters from Rocky Horror
This film's title is shown in the 8th Street Playhouse.
The Great Sporran has a hunchbacked manservant called Riff-Raff
The house flies up in the ending like the homestead in Bad Taste.
One of the movies playing at the theater at the end.
A trend of "borrowing" throughout the serial comes to a head in this episode, most notably at the dinner scene, where the remains of a previous "guest" are served. The plot itself is also highly indebted: the victorian mansion conceals an alien ship, the lead alien has deviated from his mission objectives to fulfil his own selfish goals, and he ends up being usurped by his inferiors, as the ship takes off again. Also, numerous aesthetic similarities, including the bizarre manservant, evil maids, people turning to statues, cross-dressing, and the gothic / steampunk ambience.
The beginning of the first scary told in this movie is a reference to the 'Brad and Janet in the car scene passing by the castle)
In the first sketch, the scene when Villeret seeks shelter from the pouring rain at the hotel is a direct reference to the scene where Riff Raff opens the door to Brad & Janet. Later in the sketch, Charlotte de Turckheim's character looks a lot like Magenta.
One of the suggestions for 'theater styles'
Beezle's tow truck has on the side "Satanic Mechanic"
"What is this, the Rocky Horror Rhodeo?"
"Now Janet" Joel: Dammit.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Mentioned in Flintstone names skit
Antwan Rockamora's nick name, "Tony Rocky Horror", is inspired by this film's title.
The "Boss" tatoo that Alice sports on her arm during the final scene is the same one Tim Curry's character has.
One scene features Dr. Hibbert dressed as Dr. Frank-N-Furter from "The Rocky Horror Picture Show."
"Dammit" Servo: Janet.
Features an item on the 20th anniversary
One scene copies dialogue exactly from the creation scene in "Rocky Horror" ("a credit to your genius, master. A triumph of your will. It's...okay.")
"It's just a jump to the left."
Drew and his friends dress up to attend a screening of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" and do "The Time Warp" in protest when the movie isn't showing.
Crow: "He looks like the monster from 'Rocky Horror.'"
Brittany says, "Didn't you see the Rocky Horror Picture Show last month? Kevin and I wore each other's underwear."
Crow: (as Tim Curry) Rocky!
Referenced in the dialogue: "Let's do the Time Warp again."
A clip from the episode "New York and Queens" is featured, with Drew and his friends dressed as "Rocky Horror" characters.
Sue and Klara watch the movie.
Refererences to Courtney's creation, and her line, "I made you, and I can break you just as easily."
the transsexual killer looks like Tim Curry in this movie
"Riff Raff at Home!"
Tim complains about when the Time Warp comes on a mix tape and then says how the movie is "boil in the bag perversion for sexually repressed accountants and 1st year drama students with too many posters of Betty Blue, The Blues Brothers and Big Blue and Blue Velvet on their blue bloody walls!"
'The Fuzzy Terror Picture Show'
The episode is named after a famous repeated line and song from this movie.
Paul and Dora walk past a queue of people dressed up for a screening of this.
A few notes from "Time Warp" are quoted in "Putting It Together" and "I Can Be Anything That I Want To Be"
"Song Styles" is sung in the style of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Sabrina and Hilda go see it at the cinema
A video cover is visible.
character icon "Arnie Frankenfurter"
The 'Genesis' character, who wears high heels, sits on his chair exactly like Dr. Frank'N'Furter.
Lorelai hopes for the instant invention of a molecular transport device to save the Banebridge Dinner.
It is mentioned.
Lorelai and Rory make plans to dress up and go see the movie.
A poster for the movie is seen on Newton's bedroom wall.
young kids' car breaks down in the rain, weird "family" invites them in--weird dinner, the one guy even looks like Riff Raff
Referenced by name
Dinner scene in which the main antagonist serves the remains of a deceased minor character to his unsuspecting guests. Additionally, the plot and structure are similar (A depraved genius traps naive youngsters in his mansion where he attempts, variously, to seduce, corrupt, and destroy them).
Poster in tv studio
This film is referenced by name.
The ship passes through a giant pair of lips
In one scene, Pete comments "look, I've done a lot of stupid things..." and one of the stupid things he mentions doing is "dressing up as Frank-N-Furter." Frank-N-Furter is the mad scientist character portrayed by Tim Curry in the 1975 film "The Rocky Horror Picture Show."
Preformance of The Time Warp
In the "Rescue Dr. Frank N. Scott" mission, in which the Carnival of Shadows has captured a specialist with knowledge of magical rituals, the hostage's name is a combination of the movie's two doctors, Dr. Frank-N-Furter, and Dr. Everett Von Scott. As you approach the group of enemies from which you rescue Dr. Scott, his captors will claim they "already know that the ritual begins with a jump to the left... and then a step to the right." Finally, after rescuing Dr. Scott, he explains that "if they'd pried that ritual from me, it could have opened a time warp, or worse!"
This film has a scene similar to the one from ROCKY HORROR, where Brad, Janet, Dr. Scott, Frank N. Furter and Rocky Horror find each other in the laboratory (and utter each others' names).
The sexualy repressed lead characters, Brad and Janet, are obviously named after the equally uptight protagonists of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show."
The Ventures are returning from a screening at the beginning and spend part of the show dressed as characters from it.
At the end when spongebob is singing, patrick is using boots and net stockings.
Title of this film is shown on a theater marquee.
DVD in video store
Royal Homing Pidgeon System or RHPS. RHPS is the abbreviation for Rocky Horror
The first "eating" scene, where they are unknowingly eating their friend, had the exact same set and lighting as the infamous "Eddie feast" scene in RHPS.
mentions it, several characters go see it in movie theater, Chri and several extras even dressed up in its costumes
During the "FCC" number, Peter, Brian and Stewie are seen wearing corsets, fishnets and high heels like the characters wear during The Floor Show.
Veronica and 'Mac' are quoting Brad and Janet
in "Lazy Sunday", there is a mini poster of this movie at the movie theater
Mini poster is shown.
This film is referenced in the film.
correct response in "Pop Culture" category
Somneone describes Pink Flamingos as "Kinda like The Rocky Horror Picture Show"
John Waters mentions it.
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
Silas is wearing a shirt with the film's title logo font and graphics on the front, however rather than "rocky" it says "iraqi" referencing the iraq war.
Under Crypto's Free Love spell, some citizens in Albion randomly say, "It's just a jump to the left!"
One of the drag queens is dressed as Frank N. Furter and sings a song from the film.
Oscar says that making fun of "The Prince of Tides" is "kind of a 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' thing we do."
A man dresses as Frank-N-Furter and sings a song from the movie.
poster in movie theater
One of the numbers is recrecreated.
mentioned by Piz
The "eating" scene, where they are unknowingly eating their friend, is similar to the infamous "Eddie feast" scene in RHPS.
Character name references the movie.
Poster on the Wall
"Rocky Horror" is mentioned.
DVD next to TV
DVD case is shown.
Subject of a $1,000 question
RHPS advertised on a movie marquee
Meat Loaf's character in this episode and The Rocky Horror Picture Show are both named "Eddie".
Snob mentions it.
Several main characters are dressed as Rocky Horror characters.
Jennifer confuses Rocky with The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Joy uses Columbia's rant toward Frank in her audition.
"Oh, yeah. And she's every drunk college girl at a Rocky Horror screening".
"Then Tim Curry sings... and not about being a transvestite."
The villain in "Pebble and the Penguin" also sung in this show
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "Frankenstein"
Zack Mentions the Time Warp
Robert asks the goth kids if they've seen the "Rocky Horror Picture Show".
Video case is shown.
The entire plot revolves around Rocky Horror
"Where Riff Raff from The Rocky Horror Picture Show awaits them"
Appears on the list of Blu-ray releases of February/March
R.O.B. calls Automan "Rocky Horror."
Bruce Jenner says "Can't Stop the Music" has become a cult film like "Rocky Horror"
"It's just a Rocky Horror reject."
Snob describes Connie Marble as "Rocky Horror Columbia crossbred with Jessica Tandy."
Roxy says 'Glee' ruined the movie
Malachite is described as a "Rocky Horror reject"
Slim calls Mutant Bash TV as "Rocky Little Horror Shows"
Dad mentions "rock and roll musical numbers" missing from the horror movie he's watching. Dad is voiced by Richard O'Brien from Rocky Horror.
Zack says "give yourself over to absolute pleasure."
The victim's daughter claims she saw this film at a theater, at the time her parents were attacked.
mentioned in dialogue
Three of the Lead Characters are Janet, Brad, and Eddie, the same three names as the victims/protagonists in Rocky Horror
"Looks like the guy who played Rocky Horror is having the loneliest parade ever."
Critic tricks the Chick into thinking they're doing a crossover review of this movie.
The mad scientist's creature is named Rocky
"Actually, this is like if The Manson Family put on their version of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Meatloaf's corpse is gonna be under the table turned in actual meatloaf."
Poster seen on kitchen wall
Seen on movie marquee
Janet is also named after the character Janet
Columbia costume on a mannequin.
"...as if she's on her way to one of Frank N. Furter's parties..."
When the minion wearing the maid's outfit is turned evil, his new look is that of Magenta - A Domestic.
"But the Rocky Horror Fifth Element Show..."
Mentioned by Felix
Mentioned by Bay.
Chris mentions midnight screenings of the movie.
Mentioned in dialogue.
Video case is shown.
The documentary uses clips and references the original film multiple times.
Eve is invited to go see Rocky Horror by a school girl
"Yes, Dr. Frank N. Furter?"
Stan gives Matthew a pirated videocassette of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, from the FBI's evidence locker.
another "drag queen" movie the Snob tries to make reference to
Gamora yawns while she begins walking with the other Gaurdians just like Magenta during "I'm Going Home".
Dialogue quoted: "An-tici... pation."
The episode's title is a reference to a line from "The Time Warp" in the film.
Michael Jackson hired Colin Chilvers, who worked on the visual effects for this film, to work on Moonwalker.
"a plot convienence so contrived that ROCKY HORROR would call bullshit "
Mentioned by Patton Oswalt
"They're tickets to Rocky Horror."
Mentioned in a blurb.
Jodie imagines her drama teacher as Frank 'N Furter.
A poster can be seen on the girls living-room wall.
Title is referenced
Cliff Walker's dorky personality and style was inspired by Brad Majors
Discussion of projection problems.
Rocky is in Fame
in the opening credits the lips that are in the opening credits of RHPS appear for a few seconds
brief clip shown
Clips are shown; Tim Curry discusses the film
Film clips included
Lily's shirt shows the "Denton-The Home Of Happiness" logo. This was featured on a billboard in The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
film plays in a cinema with audience reenacting the scenes from the screen
Clips are shown
A clip from the film featuring the famous lips and title is shown.
Opening scene takes place at a screening of The Rocky Horror Picture show; episode title references lyric from song "Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch Me," also, Barry Bostwick is featured in the episode both as Brad Majors (in Rocky Horror Picture Show) and as serial killer Roy Brigham Anthony (within the episode's storyline).
It is mentioned and discussed. Also, poster and footage of this movie are shown.
Clip from film is used in this episode.
Clips shown in a segment on the song Time Warp.
Clip shown in reference to Tim Curry.
Part of the song "I'm a Sweet Transvestite" is dubbed over The Gromble's dialog.
Clips shown in a segment on the song Sweet Transvestite.
"And out of the darkness comes...Tim Curry?" and cut to a scene from this movie.
"Sweet Transvestite" is a tied for #7
VG Retro says the villain song in Ferngully makes him think of Dr. Frank-N-Furter
FIlm is mentioned in Episode
short clip of "Sweet Transvestite"
Film is Mentioned in Episode
Clips played during Sonic Team's cocaine binge.
the movie and its soundtrack are reviewed
Clips from this film are shown in These Amazing Shadows.
Audio clip of Sweet Transvestite used
"Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch Me" takes #8
"How many Rocky Horror cast members is this thing gonna have?"
"Using the tried and true Frank N. Furter method..."
Characters attend several showings of Rocky Horror
Clips used in review.
Film clip shown at Halloween beach party.
Clips used in review.
recalling Tim Curry as a tranvestite
Frankenstein's monster "birth" scene using the same tank and dummy
On posters, the famous red lips on black background was accompanied by the tagline "The Rocky Horror Picture Show - a different set of jaws."
At the end we see the house levitate off the ground and then turn into a rocket which returns to outer space.
Following the death of the Father, the movie cuts back to the narrator, who is doing the Time Warp dance, with the same song from the movie soundtrack playing.
Fez is dressed like Dr. Frank N Furter.
the musical production numbes
The names around the dinner table, ending in "Donkey" rather than "Rocky".
The Lecturer's line: "So what of Mae Coleman" is delivered in the same tone as the Criminologist's line "So what of the floor show" in RHPS.
One of the cupboard sketches sees the diddies dressed like characters from this film and dancing to the time warp.
the musical numbers are parodied
One of the "Zombie Dogs" sings a parody of "The Time Warp".
The end credits song is a spoof of "Science Fiction Double Feature" from the earlier film, complete with a giant pair of disembodied lips singing the song .
When Brady and McKenzie arrive to the "movie", the characters are dancing without noticing them and the male congratulates them for their dancing, then someone arrives by surprise, resembling the scene when Brad and Janet arrive to Frank's castle and they're dancing the Time Warp, then Frank enters by surprise. Later they meet an evil scientist with a "Frankenstein" lair. Even the actor who plays Brad appears on this movie.
Jane, Darcy, Ian and Selvig calling each other names when Darcy and Ian kiss and Mjolnir flies by spoof the iconic laboratory scene between the main characters in this movie.
"Barry Bostwick" obliquely refers to his line (and song) "Dammit Janet" in the movie.
Characters spoof the roll call scene