Donny and Marie (1975–1979)
Mentioned By Bill Murray on Weekend Update
Cop: "Hey, check out Donny & Marie over there."
referenced by Desi Arnaz Jr in Shiller's Reel
Referenced during barber shop sketch
referenced by Greg
Title referenced during Weekend Update
Mentioned by Darren.
Referenced by Mary Gross during SNL News
Spoofed in Donny and Marie St, Patrick day special
Crow: "They made some extra cash by selling this set to Donny and Marie."
Ben mentions that Bruce was a writer for "Donny and Marie."
"This is about when Donnie and Marie come out"
Mike: When are Donny and Marie coming through the door?
Fran references the lyrics of Donny and Marie's signature song from the show, "I'm a Little Bit Country, I'm a Little Bit Rock 'n Roll".
Terrance & Phillip appear on this show.
Program is referred to
Fez wonders how Donny & Marie can work together and can still be a couple at the same time.
Mentioned during the monologue
Monica says: "Ross and I always wanted to be Donny and Marie."
Title on board behind Fred Silverman
Still on screen
when omar plays his broadway hits record, the record player has a picture of donnie and marie osmond on it
The show is mentioned by name.
Barney mentions watching the show with his brother James.
Mentioned by Liz
A 1960's/70's variety show with Donny and Marie is mentioned.
mentioned by Dewey
referenced in the dialouge
Referenced in "The Essentials" segment
Mentioned by Maya Rudolph and Jimmy as they comment on variety shows of their youth
Billie and Bobbie's show is based on Donny and Marie's show.
RuPaul says, "she's a little bit country and he's a little bit rock 'n' roll," during Trixie Mattel's runway.
Sheldon talks about the show.
Maya Rudolph recalls liking the show as a child
Clip of Marie hitting Donny in the face with a pie
Clip of Marie hitting Donny with a pie
Jaywalking participant edited into clip of theme song
Clips used in review.
Clip of Donny and Marie performing
spoofed by Louise-Dreyfuss and Kroeger
The dueling protesters sing the Donny & Marie theme, "I'm A little Bit Country/I'm a Little Bit Rock 'n' Roll."