Animal House (1978)
Film is a loose remake of the mainstream film which was out a year earlier.
scenes involving nudity shown
referenced by Ed Koch during the monologue
John Belushi mentions his number one movie during cold opening
Mentioned several times during the cold opening
The film is mentioned by name.
John Belushi' plays Wild Bill Kelso, who is trying to find the Japanese because they bombed Pearl Harbor. Ironically, in Animal House (1978), he plays Bluto, who thinks the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor.
on marquee outside theater after audition
Diane calls a pool worker stealing food "Bluto"
Numerous references in this variation, which was referred to as a "female Animal House" in original promotional materials.
Roger Ebert says the main character of "If You Could See What I Hear" (1982) seems to have stepped out of this movie.
The troops in Vietnam mention they kill Neidermeyer, which was mentioned as his fate in the epilogue.
In the teaser for the next episode, Gene Siskel describes "Bachelor Party" (1984) as the "'Animal House' of bachelor parties."
Bruce McGill hums tones from "Anchor's Aweigh" in reference to his 'Animal House' character Daniel Simpson 'D-Day'.
When Mike is shot, he says "Thank you, sir, may I have another?"
Servo: "Like Flounder, from 'Animal House'"
Mentioned by name.
A videocassette of 'Animal House' is visible in the antique shop window in 2015. (It's behind the letter 'Q' in 'ANTIQUE')
ALF refers to the film.
Worf's rage at Geordi's awful mandolin playing slowly boils, he finally grabs the instrument from Geordi, smashes it on a tree, hands the remains back to Geordi and says, deadpan, "Sorry". Direct homage to the Bluto / Stephen Bishop scene at the toga party.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Crow, Joel, and Tom: "Toga! Toga! Toga!"
"Looks kind of like Bluto"
Joel (as a character is punched): "Thank you, sir. May I have another?"
"Thank you, sir. [Please] may I have another?"
Tom: "Mind if we dance with your dates?"
Tom: "It's more like 'Animal House.'"
"Thank you sir may I have another
the little Ashes yell "ramming speed" before stabbing Ash with the fork.
Ox and the other football players chant "Toga!" repeatedly.
Joel: "You mind if we dance with your date?"
Dan Akroyd says he started to write the Blues Brothers movie after work completed on Animal House
A picture of Marion Wormer from Animal House is found in the park
Hippie singing "Sunshine on my shoulder" and gets punched.
Roger Ebert contrasts "PCU" (1994) with this movie.
Lenny, who holds a higher number with the Stonecutters, taunts Mr. Burns, who replies, "Thank you, sir. May I have another?"
As the two city councilmen are trying to hold back the zombie knocking against their door, the one says, "You can't come in, we're doing the dishes," in reference to Animal House (1978), where the same thing happens.
Caroline tells Richard that the movie shot in front of her house is directed by John Landis and then explains that he also directed Animal House, The Blues Brothers and Trading Places.
Mark Metcalf reprises his role as Doug Neidermeyer, now a Colonel in the Military
The answer to a trivia question.
The one girl says "they're like a 90s animal house"
Dave's line "Now Dean Wermer will never put the Deltas on probation"
Mike (as a character drives up to a large house): "He's swingin' by to see Flounder and Bluto and Pinto."
Quoted during 'The Quotable Caddyshack'
One of the radio DJs says, "This place makes 'Animal House' look like 'Terms of Endearment.'"
Gex is dressed in a toga in a mythology-themed mission and sometimes says "Toga! Toga!"; he also mentions Niedermeyer
John says, "Next planet I'll rent you a copy of Animal House."
Homer says "Thank you, sir, may I have another?"
The fictional movie which is being filmed in the plane where the Simpsons travel to Japan which features Jim Belushi dressed in a toga while screaming "TOGA!"
the inspiration for Slimer turns out to be Bluto from Animal House
Image of John Belushi from the movie poster is featured in the credits sequence briefly.
"I'm no Bluto"
A character by a mailbox dumps marbles into the street
A movie executive talks about making a musical version of "Animal House."
poster of John Belushi in College shirt
At the end of Episode 2, Jay says that Silent Bob has become "Senator Robert Blutarski," referencing John Belushi's character's fate from this film.
Neal mentions the scene where Flounder is sent to the room witht the blind guy and the Indian guy
Bill has an Animal House poster in his room
One of the characters says he has seen it one too many times
Jay: "Thank you, sir, may I have another?"
Poster is shown
The boys have a poster from the film in their dorm room.
Poster is shown
Poster is shown
Poster is shown
mentioned in documentary
Luke compares the previous night's keg party to the film.
Mentioned by name
mentioned by name
Clip of Tommy Dreamer saying "Thank you sir, may I have another?" during the Singapore Caning Match with the Sandman
There's a Bluto poster in the Fockers' house.
Mentioned in dialogue at the airport.
correct response in "Movies by Characters" category
Video case is shown.
Some of the pedestrians and park drones quote "Thank you, sir! May I have another?"
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
"double secret probation"
Mentioned as one of John Landis's films.
Artie mentions he has a poster of John Belushi from the movie
Kevin mentions it to Angela and Oscar.
character refers to food fight scene in the film
The credits say to visit the STMD! web site and "Ask for Babs." Babs is the character from Animal House that became a Universal Studios tour guide and the ad at the end of the movie says "When In Hollywood, visit Universal Studios. Ask for Babs."
Referenced by name
A picture of Bluto is shown during the 'Lazy Pirate Day' sequence
poster seen hanging over Glen's bed
He has a small poster of Animal House in his house.
Nora compares Robert's relatives to the cast of Animal House.
This film is referenced.
A brief mention of this movie is made
Bobby says "Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life, son", which Dean Wormer says to Bluto in Animal House.
The family has a toga party just like this film
When Sanjay comes back from a frat house with a paddle, Nancy jokingly says "Thank you, Sanjay. You may have another."
Michael says "Scranton is the cool fun branch - we're like Animal House"
"Faber College Theme" heard
Homer is angry that college isn't anything like the movie
Michael begins chanting, "Toga! Toga!"
Mark thinks "I'm living in Animal House. I don't want to live in Animal House, I want to live in one of the other houses."
When Max is kicked by the jail guard, he says "Thank you sir, may I have another," which is a famous line from Animal House.
References to similarities in the film's story
Louis wears a sweater with "COLLEGE" blazoned across the front, just like John 'Bluto' Blutarsky (John Belushi's character) in Animal House.
At the puppet convention, there is a 'Bluto' puppet on the table.
Included in a $16,000 question
Mentioned in response to Frank's costume
Nick made a comment about putting a cow in the Dean's office, and then Dr. Rick follows this with, "Animal House. Love it!"
Joel Church-Cooper says that Trevor Moore tries to be the 'John Belushi In Animal House' type character and after that another reviewer says 'If you want a good teen comedy rent Animal House'
The line, "Thank you, sir, may I have another" is quoted.
There's a bohemian guitarrist in the party
Ron's nickname in high school was Bluto, because of an attempt to drink one bottle of whisky, like Bluto in the movie.
Film Buff: "Wait a minute, these guys must have graduated from the Animal House"
Pinky mentions the movie by name.
Mentioned in a $300 question
Sam asks Dean how long he (Sam) will be on Double Secret Probation
Listed as the other movies by John Landis.
Reference in a $400 clue in the category "Stars by Movie Roles"
Dan LeBatard compares Tad Foote to Dean Wormer.
Subject of a $2,000 clue in the category "Animals in Movies?"
Morgan rehires Lester but places him on probation, "Double Secret Probation".
mentioned by Jason Reitman in a list of his father's films
Title of this film appears on screen.
Frankie (opening voiceover): "There are lots of famous houses known for the fun times going on inside: the Playboy Mansion, Animal House, where George Clooney is living..."
"Agents Dorfman and Neidermeyer", referencing the characters Kent Dorfman and Doug Neidermeyer
As Dan is sprayed by a skunk, he screams, "Thank you, sir. May I have another?!"
Abed smashes Pierce's guitar to check off an item on his "quintessential college experience list," and Jeff references "Animal House."
Snob mentions it. Also, poster is shown.
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Bands in Movies"
when Frost asks Korsak where he went to college, Korsak replies that he didn't but watched Animal House a few times
Video case is shown.
Contestant refers to the film's Pearl Harbor dialogue
During the creditss, the futures of many of the characters are revealed.
"double secret grounded"
Ziva says her idea of college life is Animal House
mentioned in dialogue
One of the "Contra" soldiers is killed, respawns, and replies, "Thank you, sir. May I have another?"
Kensi asks Deeks if he's on Double Secret Probation after his conversation with Hetty
mentioned in dialogue
Mike says he works for "Dean Wormer"
Appears on the list of Blu-ray/DVD releases of November/December
Answer to question in Characters From Movies category
When Pierce says, "13 years of college down the drain," this is probably an offhand homage to Animal House. When the Deltas are all expelled, John Belushi's character says, "Seven years of college down the drain." Chevy Chase and John Belushi were part of the original cast of Saturday Night Live.
Adam congratulates John Landis on doing a great job with "Animal House."
Behind the scenes Documentary
Title mentioned by Artie Lange
Dave says: 'it wishes it was like Animal House'
mentioned by Blaine / New Directions perform "Shout"
Snob mentions it.
Barney names his laser tag team "Animal House".
"As if this movie wasn't already channeling Animal House enough..."
The film was discussed in the college movie segment.
title mentioned during discussion of the death of Harold Ramis
Stewie's sibling joke
Snob says the Gopher sounds like Belushi in the cafeteria scene
Bud mentions having watched it
Bob Rose was guitarist on the soundtrack and tells about it.
Clips are shown
This film is #36 on the list.
several clips are shown
an example of the raunchy type of comedy the studios preffered in the early eighties
Characters watch Animal House on TV
the film is mentioned and clips are shown
The quote "Toga! Toga!" is #82 on the list.
Clips are shown.
Some clips from this movie are shown when it is the subject of a segment.
Clips shown in a segment on the song Louie Louie.
Brett's #1 Movie Party
The #4 Movie Drunk
Dave Jennings takes the #5 top movie teacher
Runner-up for the list
recalling John Vernon's role.
clips from the film are shown
Bluto falls off a ladder
Documentary about this title's star
Plot of the film is a take-off on the mainstream film. Here, the character "Otter" is "Stinger" etc.
Several elements from this film are parodied here including the use of the song "Louie, Louie"
Scaled down lesbian porn version of mainstream comedy.
The entire Bender sub-plot is a spoof of the main plot of Animal House, down to the way Bender walks when he tries to be stealthy.
Peter's stealth break-in spoofs the one in this movie, he does the trademark hop/jump stealth wark and performs his own music which is basically him humming the music from this film.
The scene where Gil is pumping up the football team before their game is just like the scene where Bluto pumps up the Deltas to make one final assault on the college.
Herbert's spying on Chris through the window imitates Bluto in Animal House.
During "King for a Day / Shout", they all quiet down and kick their legs in the air.
The scene where Agnes is popping her cheeks is a spoof to one of the characters in this movie popping the tune of the William Tell Overture
Delta House and the yellow and blue hats are a parody of the movie "National Lampoon's Animal House".
Adult parody of the film.