Smokey and the Bandit (1977)
As Bandit speeds away from Buford, he says "Bye, bye baby" in an Ed Norton voice, mimicking Jackie Gleason's sidekick in "The Honeymooners".
"That's real GOOD psychology. Say something BAD about my mother." "Your momma is so UGLY."
Mork calls a cop 'Smokey'
Title mentioned during the monologue
Near the beginning, J.J. McClure refers to a vehicle used in Smokey and the Bandit when he says to himself "We could get a black Trans Am", and later answers this with "Nah, that's been done."
Hooker mentions the Bandit when looking for a Trans Am
Mentioned by Sherry and Michael
References Smokey and the Bandit (1977) in a line of dialogue.
Title displayed in Spanish on the cinema marquee.
The roof of Jon's car is torn off when he drives under a semi truck
Mentioned by name.
Mentioned in Sally Field's monologue
Duke's new version of "Spartacus" includes a Sheriff Buford
Tapia mentions the film.
Willard and Carlton get into an argument about the film.
Mentioned by Michael at the start.
The protagonist wants to rent a video with this title.
Eric tells Kelso about Jackie that she's Smokey to his bandit.
the movie from which Rob Brody believes Sally Field was cheated out of an Oscar.
Burt Reynold, who plays the Bandit, plays a crime boss that looks and acts like the Bandit. The car from Smokey and the Bandit is also in the game.
Eric mentions it.
Fez says to Red: Jump in Smokey, Bandit's on the move.
Snack is talking about what a multi-layered actor Burt is and lists several of his movies and his TV show.
Theme song reference
Mentioned by Kent.
Sub-plot involving the "car from Smokie and the Bandit"
Young John tells Lily she looks like Sally Field and he's like Burt Reynolds.
Referenced in dialogue as Larry and Rico escapes from Cold Crush in their car.
correct response in "Movie-Mobiles" category
Tommy tries to translate the swedish title of this movie back into english, but fails
Mentioned when Gus and Shawn are trying to remember "Sybil".
Roy Rayome mentions he wanted to be an outlaw and to get a Trans Am
Their Mexican counter-parts discuss the movie
Dov (Eli Roth) briefly sings the theme song from "Smokey and the Bandit".
The song "East bound and down" by Jerry Reed is about and a reference to "Smokey and the Bandit".
Dov (Eli Roth) sings the theme song from "Smokey and the Bandit".
Title is mentioned and features a movie still of Burt Reynolds in character with the subject of muscle cars, notably the Trans Am.
Lucas refers to his fists as "Smokey and the Bandit."
guy doesn't remember this movie
DiNozzo: "Eastbound and down, Snowman. Bandit out." Later: "See what I did there? Seemless transition from Convoy to Smokey and the Bandit"
"Smokey and the Bandit" is a title on the cover of the copy of Hustler Magazine that The Comedian is reading in the opening scene
A mission in Larry's Western dreamscape is called "Stinky and the Bandits"
Greg dresses up like Bandit.
Alan works on building a Trans Am model car from the movie. He later get's glued to it.
Nick says that Doc Robbins and Langston had been "off playing Smokey and the Bandit".
The Bandit car from Smokey and the Bandit is seen
listed by Toby Keith when asked to name as many Burt Reynolds movies as he can in 15 seconds
"As if Burt Reynolds caught Jerry Reed in bed with Sally Field."
This film is referenced by name in the U.S. theatrical teaser trailer for 'Megaforce'.
Reference in a $600 clue in the category "'SNL' Celebrity 'Jeopardy!"
Jay says that an anti-Islam pastor has a bad "Smokey and the Bandit"-style mustache
Anthony Mackie mentions this movie during interview
correct response in "Car & Driver" category
Andy Richter talks about the music being played while looking at the Conan blimp and mentions this movie
mentioned in dialogue
Callen asks Sam if he's Smokey or the Bandit.
detailing Burt Reynolds' career.
Mission "Smokie Trail" with objective "Escape The Cops"
mentioned in dialogue
The title of the episode is taken from the movie with same name (acted by Burt Reynolds).
Mentioned by Alex.
A flashback shows young Sterling pretending to be Bandit while singing "East Bound and Down."
"These two better watch out because clearly Smokey is on their trail."
Dax Shepard says the film was his favorite movie growing up
"And to make it more 70's, the coyote is now chasing the road runner in Burt Reynolds's Trans Am from Smokey and the Bandit."
mentioned by Gloria
"What character did Jackie Gleason play in 'Smokey and the Bandit'?" is one of the questions at trivia night.
"Pretty odd place for a Smokey and the Bandit reference."
"The subplot has Burt Reynolds and Jerry Reed transporting copies of this film across state lines before anyone people stop giving a shit."
Poster shown & mentioned.
Referenced by Tig
mentioned by Crosby
Video case is shown.
Todd says that Jim looks like a trucker from this movie
Principal Perry calls Leo and Chase Smokey and Bandit
"...a worse Southern stereotype than Buford T. Justice..."
Keaton refers to copy as "Smokey," Bandit's Trans-Am seen, cop car chained
Pontiac Trans Am nearly runs down Reynolds
Mentioned in dialogue
Rich and Jack mention it. Also, poster is shown.
Jimmy and Jeff Foxworthy note that the film was mentioned in one of Foxworthy's early redneck jokes
"If I want dollar-store Smokey and the Bandit, I'll stick with Smokey and the Bandit III, thank you very much."
Jackie Gleason appears upset
Being watched by the sheriff during the opening car chase
Clips from the trailer are shown.
John Cena's Favorite Film
Screenplay Cliché segment
Discussed and clips shown in part 2.
Crosby watches this movie on TV
Clips are shown.
Scene with Paul Baressi and Jody Swafford spoofs the mainstream film.
Spoofed in 'Ghandhi and the Bandit'
Zombie playing with CB radio, on which we hear Bandit talking with Snowman
The episode title is a pun on the movie.
Jay shows a clip from "Smokey and the Spartacus"
Smokey and the Bandicoot is a spoof of the film.
During the convoy, Goldmember says he has "Smokey the Bear" after him
Chasing Fast Eddie McLintock
Stewie dons trucker hat, uses CB radio, and "East Bound and Down" number plays.
The title of this epsiode is a parody of the title of the film Smokey and the Bandit.