Movie of the TV show
Parts of a punk themed episode of this tv series are edited in.
Erik Estrada appears; the show is mentioned several times.
Title on Fred Silverman's TV schedule board
Referenced in contestant introductions.
After seeing Troy and Dillon flying away on their turbocycles, one of the patrolman says, "How come this never happens to those two guys on TV?"
Poster is in the room.
Title mentioned by Paulie Herman.
Picture of Erik Estrada in 'CHiPs' shown during 'Dream Date'
One of the kids have a poster of Eric Estrada and Larry Wilcox above his bed.
Title referenced on Weekend Update.
In Beverly's room is a poster of Erik Estrada dressed as Officer Frank Poncherello from CHiPs
The show is mentioned by name.
mentioned in dialogue
Title chanted by one of the Airwave worshippers
Joel: "Ponch, John: Follow 'em."
Kimmy has a Erik Estrada CHiPs (1977) action figure.
Crow (as a cop is seen riding a motorcycle): "Hey, look! Erik Estrada!"
"Meanwhile, on 'CHiMPs'..."
Crow: "'CHiPs,' 15 years from now"
"The highway patrol is calling in from Stone Canyon." Tom: "Erik Estrada is on his way."
Only Jefferson applauds when it's announced that Erik Estrada has a role in the "Jeffersons" live show, explaining "Well, he was Ponch."
Mike: the funniest thing to hit the airwaves since CHiPs.
Mike: Ponch and John are calling.
The show is mentioned by name.
Memorabilia from shown seen.
Monica buys the stock with symbol CHP because she used to have a crush on Erik Estrada.
Foto of Erik Estrada in Chips shown on Hollywood Minute flashback
Zelda: "Is that Erik Estrada?" Hilda: "Yes, I loved him in 'CHiPs', but you have to see him in 'Dos mujeres, un camino'."
Tom's grandmother mentions the show in dialog with her son, ca. 32 min. into the film.
Many references to the show are mentioned, as Erik Estrada is a guest.
Tess calls a motorcycle cop "Ponch".
Val says there's a CHiPs marathon on TNT she and Maxine want to see, but their cable got cut off.
They watch an animated version of it on tv.
In "Dating Service Video", Colin wears a police helmet and says, "I'm Erik Estrada."
In the "Hoedown" about cop shows, Colin said he saw a cop show called "Fish and Chips".
Story tackles the tv series.
Erik Estrada has a pen with the toy of his character from the show on top. He mentions the show. He shows his jacket from the show. Mary Cherry mentions the show.
Cleveland suggests that the sitcom Fish should be put before the television series CHiPs as a good marketing strategy
A scene features the classbook's "Most likely to..." section which said Fez would be most likely to play Ponch in the musical version of "CHiPs".
Mentioned by Andy
Kelso compares a situation to one seen on the series.
Carla and Elliot meet Erik Estrada, who is dressed in his "CHiPs" uniform.
Walt mentions the show in a conversation with his agent.
Chris mentions Erik Estrada during a conversation about evading the traffic cops.
Brittany refers to Kevin and Marcus as "Ponch" and "John."
The Monarch calls a cop "Officer Poncherello"
Seen on the wall of the TV executives segment
Mentioned on Weekend Update
Referenced in "Spade in America"
Lorelai says, "When I was in 5th grade, I told everyone that Erik Estrada was my boyfriend and we used to make out on his motorcycle."
J.D. mentions Ponch and Jon
A rap in the third segment references Starsky and Hutch.
Referenced by name
Dean calls the interrogating investigator, "Ponch". This is in reference to Erik Estrada's character in the TV show CHips.
Shawn mentions Ponch and Jon.
Woman worshipped Erik Estrada from this series
still of the cast
Shawn mentions it.
Morgan addresses Chuck as Ponch at one point.
Henry asks, "You think those goofballs on 'CHiPs' are really cops?"
Erik Estrada has a cameo as a guest on Dale's RV. Dale refers to him as "TV's Ponch from CHiPs".
Theme tune heard at end of 'Bar buddies' sketch
In "Bike Thief", when Strong Bad's plan to steal a bike is thwarted by laser and light tech securities, he says, "Aw, Ponch!" and "Aw, Jon!", respectively
Earl and Randy watch it.
Lemon's first crush was Larry Wilcox from CHiPs
Danny dresses like Jon from Chips for a sketch
Emily Blunt says that a policeman who stopped her was like something out of the show
Reference in a $500 question
a picture of Larry Wilcox in character from the show is shown as Liz says her mother took away her Larry Wilcox poster
a photo of Chris Pine's father on the show is shown
Shawn says, "We'll dust off our 'CHiPs' DVDs and meet you back here on Monday morning."
Mentioned by Danny.
Mentioned by Deeks
Charlie says when the helicopter exploded, Tommy and the others came running out of the flames like in "CHiPs".
Mentioned as Conan and George Lopez talk about the latter's feud with Eric Estrada
Shawn says, "All I know is what I saw in an old 'CHiPs' episode."
Mentioned in phone conversation.
Title mentioned during Chelsea Handler interview
FDR invites Tuck to a "CHiPs" marathon. This is an in joke because Chris Pine's father Robert Pine starred on CHiPs.
Chris Pine mentions that his father was on the show
Incorrect response in category TV Shows by Character
Upon learning that he is a police detective, Amy refers to Lassiter as "Poncharello."
Carter, when picking up Zane's sunglasses, says, "Nice shades, Ponch" referring to Erik Estrada's character on CHiPs.
Judge Lately mentions that it is Chuy's favorite show.
"If they keep that music up, Ponch and Baker are gonna pull'em over."
character Frank "Ponch" Poncherello is referenced in clue in "The TV Character's Job" category
The police car is referred to as "Seven Mary Four" which is 'Erik Estrada''s character's call-sign
Scene where Erik Estrada's character rides a motorcycle with a fake background
Ghost Robot thinks this show should be called "Chipes."
In a car heist mission the outfits that Trevor and Micheal wear are a witty homage to the TV show CHIPS.
Adam wears a CHiPs t-shirt.
During the Alberto Del Rio vs. Rey Mysterio match, John "Bradshaw" Layfield mentions this television show by name
Highway officer is called Ponch
Jordi says he had a pet chinchilla called Ponch.
Jimmy and Chris Pine talk about the series in which Chris' father Robert Pine co-starred, and Jimmy shows a still
Cherif dresses as Frank Poncherello
Mentioned by Tosh
Mentioned by a participant in the Pop Quiz segment
The Roots play the theme music when Taylor Kitsch enters, and Jimmy mentions the title and says that Kitsch resembles Erik Estrada
"Baker can't write any tickets without Ponch near by."
Mentioned by Alan Silvestri.
The show is mentioned several times by Murtaugh.
Footage from the show is shown on Moltar's monitor.
they watch an episode at the end
A clip is seen on a TV set.
Opening scene with California Highway Patrol shot almost identically to the popular show CHiPs.
When Joe Swanson and Brian chase the drug mule at the airport the music heard is the theme from Chips
The bus driver watches a TV show in the bus station called "CHiMPS Rules".
one short ends in a very CHIPs way; with similar music, characters laughing, and everybody getting their own freeze-frame
Erik Estrada's character is spoofed
The road trip segment ends with a cheesy joke and freeze frame, accompanied by the "CHiPs" theme and graphics.
C.H.U.D.s enforce the law
Spoofed in the "Highway Cops" segment
"CHiPs" is re-imagined with potato chips as the policemen.
Spoofed as "CHoPs"