The Stepford Wives (1975)
based on the same novel by Ira Levin
In the kitchen scene where Joanna chats with her new friend Bobbi Marco, Prentiss's character makes an in-joke reference to Ross's famous role in 'Butch Cassidy': "I can't figure this burg out - it's like maids have been declared illegal, and the housewife with the neatest place gets Robert Redford for Christmas."
The "oh Frank scene" is a homage to the "Hot Lips" scene, with the characters eavesdropping by accident an intercourse.
Seen on marquee at movie theater in Time Squares
Millie imitates purposefully the Stepford Wives in some scenes
Writer Ira Levine guests and discusses the story's origins.
Husband replaced by robot lookalike.
Title referenced during Weekend Update
The behavior of the students
Evel Knievel mentions The Stepford Wives.
WHen they meet their twins, said says that they are robots and are going to kill and replace them. It is an obvious refference to the original "Stepford Wives."
a sarcastic comment about some people being from Stepford in Connecticut
ALF refers to Kate's unborn baby as "a Stepford Baby".
Mentioned by name.
Lindsay Selkirk says, "we look like the Stepford students," in their new school uniforms.
People are replaced by their robotic replicas.
After touring Pileforth Academy, Michael refers to it as "a Stepford school."
Buster refers to Ruffee's audience as "Stepford Kids"
Alan says to two women "You're like the Steptoe Wives", she replies "I think you mean The Stepford Wives".
Mention in dialouge by 'Luke'
A passenger refers to Maggie as a "Stepford Stewardess."
Mitt refers to Chris as a Stepford because he completely submits to Sarah's will.
Ulrika Jonsson says all the women on American fitness channels look like the Stepford Wives.
Referenced in the dialogue: "Like Stepford."
Stepford family mentioned
Dan refers to Sally as a "Stepford producer".
A film marquee in the '70s says "Stepford Wives"
The Factory for Female Surrogates at Panda Modem
Sam makes a pun on the title of the movie.
Carolyn tells Jeanine that she is "like some sort of Stepford wife"
some guys are referred to as Stepford kids
Rosanna describes how all executives want Stepford Wives for women
Similar poster design
Referenced by Hal in the flashback to his college days
Lorne: Does anyone else feel like the last fiesty wife in Stepford?
Lane describes her mother's behavior as "Stepford."
Julia says that she does not want to be a Stepford Wife
One of the women asks the name of the movie where "the housewives become perfect clones". No one answers, but it's a clear enough reference to _The Stepford Wives_.
Poster on the wall
Ca. 12 min into the film Paul calls his sister "A Stepford daughter out of a mailorder magazine."
"Mayor of Stepford"
mentioned a few times
Brian tells Michael that if he and Ben move to the suburbs, they will be the "Stepford Fags".
Brian calls Michael and Ben's new street "Stepford Avenue".
Brian says he failed to save Michael from becoming one of "the Stepford Fags."
mentioned in dialogue
Brian says "the Stepford Husbands turn in early" about Michael and Ben.
Brian tells Michael that if being a "Stepford fag" makes him happy, then he should go for it.
Michael mentions Brian calling him a "Stepford fag".
Robyn uses the term "Stepford" to describe a male/female relationship situation.
Sheppard refers to a bunch of the Atlantis crew as "Stepford Wives"
someone is called a "Stepford wife"
In the article that Ellie publishes, she describes her roommate as "the Stepford Omarosa without the looks."
"Actually, I'm not really into that whole Stepford Wives look."
Claire says, "It's like the 'Stepford Body Snatchers' or something."
"A little too Stepford?"
Katie Holmes is depicted as a robotic Stepford Wife.
After Lily and Bass establish new family rules, Serena says whenever Lily gets a new guy "she Stepfords out and lets him make all the rules".
Kate calls some customers "Stepford bitches"
Dean says, "It's a lot better than being some Stepford bitch in paradise."
Maryann's followers have black eyes like the wives when they are exposed as robots, and Jane brandishes a knife like Bobbie before she attacks Joanna.
Izzie is called a Stepford Wife
Gretchen compares Claire's sorority to "The Stepford Wives."
Holly J. refers to Anya as "Stepford."
Mentioned by Stephanie.
Roeper says "The Joneses" has a little bit of this movie
Mentioned in dialogue.
Evan says he gets a weird Stepford feeling
seen on marquee
Mentioned by DiNozzo
referenced by Sam
Britta fears that she's conforming to society's norms and says, "I'm one of the Steppenwolf wives!"
The main character makes reference to both the original and remake of "The Stepford Wives".
There are a few references to the movie in this episode.
Mentioned by Mike.
Nona calls herself "the first black Stepford wife."
Mentioned in dialogue
The film is discussed.
Mentioned in dialogue.
Carly accuses Kate of going back to being a "Stepford" wife.
Shane Jenek says that he knows he can be "a little Stepfordy."
Danny: '' You looked like Stepford April.''
Matt James describes Pearl as "some kind of robotic, Stepford wife, bitch."
Referenced in monologue
The plot is about the creation of female robots. Ava has a selection of floral print dresses to wear, and long floral dresses were a noted costume feature of Stepford.
Jordan Peele mentioned this film as an inspiration
this is an anniversary documentary for the film
Clips are shown.
Footage of this movie is shown.
Clips and film is discussed/reviewed
Plot of mainstream film spoofed. Stepford is now "Stepville".
The whole episode is a spoof on the story.
erotic spoof, in addition to title