The Lord of the Rings (1978)
battle scenes used from this movie for rotoscoping
footage from the climax battle reused by rotoscoping it
Crow: "Sauron's dark army?"
Joel: "Sauron, the dark lord"
Tom: "Isn't that from 'Lord of the Rings'?"
Crow (as Gollum): "What does it got in its pocketses? Gollum, Gollum!"
Tom: "Stryder! Boromir!"
Mike: "One ring to rule them all and in the darkness bind them"
Tom forges the One Ring and gives it to Mike.
Mike: "Frodo getsdrunk and screws with his neighbors."
Elrond's name was mentioned.
Karen calls Neil "Bilbo Baggins"
One character hides from the zombies underneath a tree, and one of the undead attempts to sniff him out.
A Lord of the Rings tribute rock band was mentioned.
The line "My Precious" said in a Gollum-like voice.
Mention in the movie.
mentioned in the LOTR history
The terrorist is obsessed with Lord of the Rings and dresses as Frodo.
Shannon compares Callum's mother to Gollum.
An image from a calendar issued as a tie-in for the film is shown in order to illustrate the difference between the Devil and a Balrog.
mentioned on Fire and Ice ad
Image of Gandalf shown while the one played by John Huston is sought.
Josh says Farrah looks at his "dick like it's the eye of Sauron."
Apu lists Mordor as one of America's enemies.
The movie is a part of a question
mentioned when discussing rotoscoping
"Is that a retirement home for Lord of the Rings villians?"
Sheldon says, "I wish the bride and groom would take a cue from Bilbo Baggins: Slip on the ring, disappear, and everyone goes home."
One of Angela's cats is named "Lady Aragorn."
Kent mentions the Eye of Sauron and Mike asks him if he is comparing Selina to Gollum.
The introduction video uses the same animation style as the film.
"I *knew* The Lord of the Rings was supposed to be gay porn"
VHS release reviewed + footage used
Reviewed, clips shown.
An elf gives you a magic ring that makes you invisible, a la Tolkien's One Ring.
Main plot: John Bugilanca is trying to find a lost ring.
Zadama refers to the demon she invokes from an ancient ring as "Lord of my Ring."