footage used in movie
footage used in movie
The designer was inspired by the opening scene.
A magazine left on the childrens' schoolbus features a still from ALIEN (and mention of it being part of a cover story on scary summer films).
Evil's headgear looks remarkably like the facehugger.
the plot about the mutant killing members of a space crew
Poster is in Rob's room.
When Deckard starts his plane/car in the beginning of the movie, a red screen can be seen showing 'PURGE' in white letters. The same screen is seen twice in Alien when the shuttle detaches from the ship.
Mentioned by Norm.
Movie poster in police office
Judy Bryant and Maureen Parker go to the cinema to watch the film and later discuss the chestbursting scene.
creatures bursting from eggs and attaching to faces of victims. Use of acid as a weapon as well.
One of the party goers is wearing a Xenomorph mask.
zombie passes theater playing It! The Terror From Beyond Space/Alien double feature
Fletch's blue USCSS Nostromo hat.
One of the students is dress up as a Xenomorph.
Character is wearing a "Nostromo" ball cap.
One scene from this movie copies the "creature popping from a man's stomach" bit from Alien (1979), using a creature designed after the Alien.
Female protagonist; rocky planet; aliens that eat your head; an organisation that plans to use the aliens as bioweapons; miniboss called Ridley (Ridley Scott was the director of Alien); boss called Mother Brain (Mother was the ship's computer in Alien); countdown and self-destruct at the end
Character refers to the chest bursting scene.
Design inspiration of the aliens and their eggs.
The Dragon is based on the Alien creature
Reference to squiggly, slimy aliens sticking to the face
"In space, no one can hear you cha-cha-cha"
Eggs scenes are referenced. Also the Alien tagline "In space no one can hear you scream" is spoofed as "In space, no one can eat ice cream."
The graphics feature strong similarities to the art from the Alien movies
when a hunter washes his face under falling water and creature is comig
Mike says that giving birth is like Alien in 3-D.
ALF watches Alien on TV.
Cosplayer in Outer Heaven
Referenced by name
Dr. Forrester: "Is it true what they say about space?" Dr. Erhardt: "No one can hear you laugh!"
On one of the postcards in Fester's World O' Wonders, which describes the planet Achoron, there is a picture of the facehugger alien attached to human's head.
Title referenced by Harvey Bruce.
Crow: "In space, no one can smell your breath."
A monster bursts from Cobb's chest, just as how it happened to Kane in Alien.
The Kevin Dillon character says his son reminds him of the robot (Ian Holm) from "Alien" (because he spits...)
The Polymorph design is based on the Alien
Roger Ebert says "Predator" (1987) starts out like "Rambo" and ends like "Alien".
Servo: "Somebody's been watching 'Alien.'"
"In space, no one can hear a wedgie"
Kathy is wearing a self-made Halloween costume inspired by Alien (1979)
Buster says "In space, no one can hear you quack"
Forrester: In space, no one can hear you sue.
Videotape seen on the shelf at Mondo Video
Near the end of the film, a Xenomorph skull can be seen in the predator's trophy collection.
Tom: "He jumped right out of Paul's chest."
comic chest burster t-shirt gag
Chest buster type monsters and monster at the end looks similar to an Alien.
referenced in dialogue
reference to film title and the Chestbusters
Ramsey mentions "a big bug hunt with creatures that bleed acid."
Dr. Forrester: "It's a terrifying alien face hugger."
Joel: "In space, no one can hear you spin."
Frank says, "He's inside the air ducts. Kubiac's gone 'Alien' on us!"
The movie "Alien" is mentioned in this mini-series.
All of the pictures in the living room are reproductions of works of H.R. Giger, who did the design for Dark Seed. One of the pictures shows the famous Alien head.
Alien character is mentioned
There is a scene featuring a gun bursting and protruding through a person's chest, then proceeding to move as if it were looking around.
Parker says, "In space, no one can hear you scream."
When trying to lure the alien, one of the convicts says "here kitty kitty...", a reference to Alien were Brett says the same thing when looking for the cat. Also both films use a drinking bird on a table (Alien uses 2, Alien 3 one).
The entire plot is a basic alien ripoff: The crew on the ship have aliens on board. These are wanted by a company to use as military weapons. The aliens hunt the crew. Basically the plot for alien
A Outer Heaven customer wears an "Alien" disguise.
When Mark asks Paul and Jamie if they saw "Alien", Paul says: "Only the first one."
At ~20mins, Mike Myers is in the meat shop and mimics the alien (with a piece of meat) coming out of his stomach like in Alien.
There is an official "Alien" videogame at the arcade using the actual Alien logo and font.
According to the german synchronisation the computer countdown during the self destruction sequence of the ship uses the same wording as in Alien. I have no access to the original version to check it.
Video in video rental store.
mentioned by P.J.
When Bud describes his "romantic" encounter with Rita he says he's learned that "In space, no one really can hear you scream."
Wheeler compares the wasps' eating the beetles in a parasitic form to the movie plot.
A Xenomorph can be seen in a cage along with the other pet prisoners.
The chest-bursting scene is alluded to by Rebecca.
When Roger's ship malfunctions, he gets help from a woman named Wriggley who passes nearby with her ship. After she leaves, the Alien can be seen entering her ship. The name Wriggley is may be a pun either on Ellen Ripley, the protagonist of the Alien film series, or on Ridley Scott, the series director.
Both Sil's baby and the alien from Alien are "born" by coming out of their "parent's" chest. Both these alien species are creations of H.R. Giger.
reuse of tagline "in space no one can hear you scream"
In "Star Truck," one the bathroom doors has an alien design on it.
One of the arcade games at Pizza Planet features a "Whack-a-Alien" game: a man with aliens bursting out of his chest.
The insides of a turkey are described as looking like the alien chestburster.
Roger Ebert says "Screamers" (1995) steals from this movie.
The wrong answer to Gene Siskel's trivia question.
Jakob Stegelmann visits Rocket Science Games, mentioning Ron Cobb's work on the film
Gary says that Yvonne is like "something from Alien"
Heffer thinks that Philbert is an alien and asks if he has plans to burst through someone's chest in The High-Five of Doom segment.
When he meets Sigourney Weaver, Dennis homages the alien-bursting-out-of-stomach scene with his microphone. She laughs and says "I can't tell you how many times people do that."
Tash looks bewildered at her penis and says: "Look's like something from "Alien".
Referenced during cold opening
Hewlett mentions it.
Character Twelve based on queen
Hidden Hollywood features scores of scenes from past movies, some in passing reference and many clips from various movies.
A large poster of this film hangs in the film agent's office.
Copious allusions to the alien egg and facehugger, including a lift from the scene where the hugger drops onto Ripley's shoulder.
A creature bursts right out of a guy's chest in one scene.
The scene where Harry is awake and eating closely follows the Chestburster scene from this movie; the tone and scripting of the scene are very much alike, up to the point where Harry suddenly starts to convulse.
Crow: Weird, we're in space and I CAN hear you scream.
This episode's plot features Spike trying to hunt down a stealthy, deadly creature lurking aboard the Bebop.
The "Xenos" in the game look a lot like the Alien creature... and there are numerous other references, including eggs, chestbursters and using the human bodies the aliens attack as nourishment.
Mike: "It's laying eggs in my chest. Is that normal?"
Xander says "You have to admire its purity" about the cat
Tyrell tells Karla that as they are on an island, no-one could hear her scream, referencing the film's famous tagline, "In space no one can hear you scream".
Refers to the scene where the alien jumped out of John Hurt's stomach.
Character refers to the chest bursting scene.
A poster is visible in Jip's bedroom.
Alien body in the store in which Goomer sells Ovomorphus.
several Alien DVDs in the video store getting erased
Neil compares the female reproductive systm to the Alien
The Main monster is inspired in the alien character
Simon says, "We're in section C; no one can hear you scream!"
Same type of finale, the "evil bitch" hangs in a line back of the ship.
mentions the aliens from the film
Open reference by a character
The appearence of the aliens in the Crash Nebula show are based on that of the alien from this movie.
Prot says to Dr. Powell: "Don't worry, I won't pop out of your chest"
The interior of the Forward Observation Pods is based heavily on the Nostromo
On the deck of the ship, there is a sign on a bullatin board that says "missing cat answers to Jonesey", the same name as the cat in this movie
Character stands under a stream of water and looks up and the sun light spatters on Reinhardt
Brian calls the film "one of the great AIDS-metaphor flicks of all time."
The movie is mentioned in a conversation
The design of the alien villains in 'Crash Nebula on Ice' are based on the alien in this film.
The companies Weylanda and Yutani labeled in the oil rig level are based off of the Weylanda-Yutani company from this Alien franchise.
Talking to ordinary fish in the Sharkee domain reveals a misquote from Alien (1979).
Discussed in projection room.
referenced as part of the documentary
mentioned in documentary
The alien species is codenamed "Ripley." Jones (or "Jonesy") is the name of the cat.
"In space, no one can hear you cream."
Poster seen in movie theater
Shot of hanging chains with water dripping from above
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
Referenced by name
Jean-Pierre Jeunet talk about the first 3 alien movies
statue of queen exoskeleton
An Alien from Alien turns out to be the mother of the earwig
Mentioned by Chode
The narrator at the beginning says that Wolfram and Hart has branches that reach into major corporations like Weyland-Yutani.
Sam Rockwell mentionned once
The use of a 360 degree camera pan to establish the Winchester is a subtle reference to the 360 degree pan in Alien. This is confirmed as a subtle reference in the DVD's trivia subtitled track and audio commentaries.
Molecular acid and werewolf drooling from above
"What was scary? I thought Alien was pretty scary..."
character mentions creature from this movie is similar
Billy asks, "In what film did Captain Dallas ask his crewmate to kill him?". Keith answers, "Alien. The Director's Cut".
re-release poster in movie theater
It was a joke in the movie.
Referenced by name
In Dalaran you can find a red cat called "Jones" as the cat on board of the Nostromo.
Mentions an alien bursting out of someone's chest.
Scotty mentions it
Putting the patient through an MRI with a metal pin in her arm would have caused it to come out like the creature in "Alien"
Character stands under a stream of water and looks up and water spatters on hat.
Some of the aliens seen briefly have their design based on the xenomorphs.
The boy who encounters Victor Carroon in the derelict house refers to Captain Dallas wearing a space helmet.
Emmett describes the bride and groom as "Alien and Predator."
Listed under Ridley Scott's name
This film is referenced in the U.S. theatrical trailer for 'The Deadly Spawn'.
Mentioned by name
Referenced by name
When they see some Alien-like pods, someone refers to a face-hugger.
correct response in "My Favorite Films" category
"the man that designed 'Alien'."
mentioned a few times
Xenomorph collectibles are shown.
In the propaganda film about homosexuals, the homosexual bleeds acid; which eats throught the floor; before an alien bursts from his chest
Grace mentions it
Steven Moffat compares the set to that of Alien.
Jeremy: "In here, no one can hear you scream"
VHS tape seen
"My heart's about to beat out of my chest." "Look out boys, he's having an 'Alien' moment."
An alien busts out of the gut of one of the girls.
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
E.T. is marooned on the alien's planet.
Tom Savini wears an "Alien" t-shirt.
"The chestbuster in 'Alien'."
Owen asks Tosh what the hole in the man's chest reminds her of, and she says Alien.
character references tagline "In space, no one can hear you scream"
complained about titles name
The daughter says that the fly's methods are like Alien.
Sheppard compares the way the creatures move through the air ducts, this is echoed by the approaching "blips" on the life signs detector.
Character jokes about the film while entering the Icarus I. Also the claustrophobic setting & the "alone-in-space" scenario is a direct reference to Alien
Howie parodies film's tagline when he threatens MacKenzie by telling her, "When you die alone, no one can hear you scream"
When performing surgery, the insides of the patient remind House that he "forgot to TiVo 'Alien'."
Is referenced by Giger, the creator of the Alien
Dwight references this film
A small poster is visible in the taco bar.
When describing the Nahuelito, Host Josh Gates describes it as having "...the head of the thing that bursts out of John Hurt's chest in Alien."
Lee acts out the chestburster scene in a film quiz and the others guess correctly.
They mention the movie
One of the penis drawings during the end credits depicts a phallic version of the chestburster burrowing through Kane's stomach
Phillip mentions "Mother" and being asked about it names the movie
McKay and Dr. Keller talk about this movie. There is also a dream sequence where some creature bursts out ot Teyla's stomach just like the alien bursts out of John Hurt.
A Xenomorph attacks Imaginationland and kills the Mayor by piercing his stomach with its extendable jaw; this scene looks like the famous chestburster scene.
DiNozzo is comparing creeping through a darkened, abandoned ship looking for survivors: "It's like 'Alien' numero uno..."
Alien is in Imaginationland.
Mentioned a few times.
Referenced by name
Chris says at the Alien's Hideout the characters encounter an Enemy whom looks remarkably like the Alien from the film Alien.
Tagline: In Hollywood, everybody can hear you scream
Alien is in Imaginationland.
Docter Kane says almost the exact same sentence as ripley says at the end of the movie, only he says '' Doctor Kane signing off'' and ripley say ''Lt. Ripley signing off.''
Mentioned by Melinda as one of the horror films a ghost is imitating.
Monster emerging from chest of a person.
Jules describes an octopus hauled on board by a fisherman as looking like something out of Alien.
Philippe Mora mentions it.
(when Ripley is mentioned) "Or 'Alien'."
at 0:00:06:30, a "dying alien" shriek is heard
a crew member turns out to not be human (a synthoid)/one of the space creatures is ejected out of the spaceship at the end of the movie
Dialogue, Stark to Crews: "A horror movie, you know? Like maybe the one with the haunted spaceship... That freeky, gooey head pops out --"
James compares Destroyah's face to the Predator and Xenomorph.
While playing Limozeen's Hot Babelien Oddysey, Strong Bad references this movie's tagline: "In space, no one can hear you scream"
The Penguins watch a TV showing an Alien ChestBurster coming out of Shrek
Referenced by name
The Alien film series is included in a $4,000 question
Poster seen on wall.
The "Plan K9 in Outer Space" poster contains the tagline, "In space, no one can hear you bark."
Included in a $300 question
Writer Dan O'Bannon discusses screenplay.
the human habitation section is a visual influence
Mentioned by an interviewee
"I've never seen insects like that... except in 'Alien'. "
Closing of doors during chase in space
When a character dissolves into a wall, the Critic wonders if he has acid for blood, accompanied by a screen cap of the movie's alien.
When Candace says "Get away from him...Mitch!"
Leo Spitz warns Sam that he has an alien embryo growing inside him after being attacked by alien probe.
concerns the making of Alien
Poster seen for the fictional film "Astro- Not" features the tagline "in space no one can hear you clean" spoofing the tagline to Alien "in space no one can hear you scream."
"I love the Alien and Predator movies."
Air duct scene
poster seen in front of cinema
Water dripping in spaceship, lights in corridors turned on/off, stroboscope flashing lights
Listed as a scary movies set on a spaceship
Howard references the movies tagline "In space no one can hear you scream."
DiNozzo says situation is creepy like Alien with Signorney Weaver. Then goes on to describes the differences between each film
Meredith talks about the chest bursting scene
Looking at pregnant Sophie, Mark thinks "It's like Alien, if the alien was a human."
Eli mentions aliens bursting out of his stomach
Eli mentions the title when Rush looks down an egg plant.
The Alien-like pet is named Ripley (the name is written on the doghouse).
Referenced by name
-Sigourney Weaver references the movie, which she starred in.
While in pain, Phil groans, "There's an alien inside of me."
At the gallery, Amanda mentions a painting that has "an astronaut" with Betty "bursting out of his chest" - like a Chestburster-stage Alien.
Victor imprinted a Topher says Priya is "going Ripley."
Mentioned by Sigourney Weaver during her monologue
A human explorer says "Game over, man! Game over!"
Weyland is revealed to be a synthetic during the final confrontation, mirroring the fight scene with Ash from this film.
When at the U.N. meeting one of the name plates shown is from the "Weyland-Yutani Corp". This is the same company from the Alien franchise.
According to Roman, Kyle playing Vitaly Chernobyl in Snow Crash would be as if they'd cast Kate Hudson to play Ripley.
Renny Harlin mentions it.
Alien is mentioned in dialogue in Chloe, A to Z.
Mentioned by the Snob.
The alien from the 1979 movie is seen during the spaceship gag.
Gus says, "And now we revel, 'Alien'-style," after which he and Shawn imitate the shrieking of the alien.
mentioned by Sookie
Map titled "Colony 426" references the planet LV-426 where the crew of the Nostromo pick up the Alien.
Eli Roth mentions this movie during interview
Leonard says that Sheldon and Raj's partnership is "like if alien and predator decided to go partners in a Jamba Juice."
Abed and Troy go off to "kick monster butt in our undies," like Ripley.
An X-ray machine reveals that an alien is gestating inside Professor Frink's stomach.
Eggman quotes the tagline of the film "In space no one can hear you scream"
One of the films of this episode's subject
Mentioned by DiNozzo
The movie is mentioned
Video case is shown in video store.
mentioned as having much in common with Moon 44
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
Abed dresses up as the alien for Halloween.
Referenced in dialogue
"John Hurt from Alien?"
Octababies also explode from the chests of impregnated victims that are "slimed" to the wall much like the facehuger
"Space, where no one can hear you clamp"
Mentioned in a line of dialogue
The shot of Mr. Peppy standing on hind legs before he drops a ball in front of Bender is framed exactly as the show when the alien reveals itself in this film. Much of Mr. Peppy's design is taken from the aliens too, including how he hatches resembling the chest-burster and his acidic nature.
"nobody can hear you scream"
"Now I know what a porno spoof of Alien would look like."
It is referenced.
Roger mentions that the film was a horror film that came out the past summer
Simon mentions that the designers of 'Aliens: Colonial Marines' asked Ridley Scott for advice, because he made the first Alien movie. He also mentions that they should have asked James Cameron, who did the second part, due to the similarity between 'Aliens' and 'Aliens: Colonial Marines'
mentioned among movies with female protagonists
Convention attendees seen holding their own Face Huggers.
Movie poster on a wall of the Saint-Malo railway station.
Alien Legacy box set can be seen in the background
"Looks like the egg nest from Alien"
Maggie bursts from the chest of Bart's astronaut costume.
"He looks like if you crossed Michael Emerson's DNA with the Alien."
As the virus spreads on his chest, Mike Eagle jokingly likens it to the "John Hurt Chestburster"
Mentioned in dialogue
Daphne explains to Bay that Emmett named his motorcyckle "Ripley" after Sigourney Weaver's character in "Alien".
Matt wears a "USCSS Nostromo" t-shirt during the climax of the movie
Blade claims that aliens attach to faces and lay eggs in people's bellies, just like the titular creature from this movie.
mentioned in dialogue
Harry Dean Stanton repeatedly asks Bruce Banner if he an Alien, referencing the film in which he himself starred
Mentioned in "The Deadly Spawn" trailer.
During the opening credits, the title fades in one piece at a time. Also a title card after the credits explains the ship Prometheus, much like the title card that details the Nostromo.
Dialogue "Here, Kitty kitty" is quoted whilst looking for an alien creature.
Critic compares the Digimon face-hugging scene to the Alien birth scene.
seen among ERod's DVD collection
Alien facehugger seen
"...and soon it will burst out of your chests like aliens from that movie..."
James after he watched the infamous Maggot rape scene "There's something you don't see in Alien".
The original face-hugger is prominently displayed in Nicotero's office.
"Less Ellen Ripley, more Little Orphan Annie."
Its use of red to create an uncomfortable atmosphere is mentioned.
Floor full of translucent alien eggs; larval form of alien creature sticks to character's face.
After what seems like a disastrous meal with their parents, Castle says that he's had worse dinners, and when Beckett inquires which ones, Castle replies, "Well, the dining scene from Alien comes to mind". Beckett then goes on to say, "Honestly, a creature bursting out of my dad's chest might've lightened the mood".
The reference number for the server room is LV-426.
alien mouth inside mouth seen
mentioned when discussing the sci-fi genre
George says that the alien from the movie "Alien" had huge teeth.
Mentioned by Travis
Dixon and Michaela talk about watching it
Cheryl mentions Bishop the android.
Scott quips that he is "revisiting" the original Facehugger in Bob's basement, after its appearance in the first episode.
Chest burster mentioned
Behind-the-scenes footage is featured.
Clip of space travelers from Earth exploring an alien planet
Clip shown during the opening montage
special effects discussed
Jakob Stegelmann recaps the history of aliens from other worlds featured in sci-fi films, comic books and other fiction, mentioning the film + clip shown
Film clips included
Ebert discusses Star Wars' influence on the movie
This film is #6 on the list.
Clips from movie used in episode.
The Alien is #14 on the "Villains" list.
Voted as a scary moment
Clips are shown
excerpt in movie
Some clips from this movie are shown when it is the subject of a segment.
Some clips from this movie are shown in a segment on Ellen Ripley.
Clips of the movie were shown.
This film is #7 on the "Sci-Fi" list.
Clips shown in a segment.
It is mentioned and discussed. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
Their #2 Oh S**t Moment
Clips shown in a segment on its title character.
Jackie Earle Haley's #5 Favorite Film.
Clips shown during the Sigourney Weaver tribute.
Jeavons discusses the original
Sigourney Weaver takes #5
Clips from film used/discussed in documentary
recalling Ash the android surviving mutilation.
The birth of the alien scene is shown.
compares the chest-bursting aliens to the face-hugging digimon
Clips of mistakes shown
Film Brain recaps the plot
Features footage of the film and interviews cast
The Whole Short is a Parody of Alien
Spoofed as 'Nailian'
The film overall is a spoof of Alien.
The killer's list of warnings includes "Don't go into space because no one can hear you scream."
Alien running around spaceship eating people
"Illegal Alien" is a spoof.
the mouth inside the monster's mouth
The kissing monster which Roger may encounter on the fifth floor in Vohaul's asteroid is a parody on the Alien. If it manages to grab Roger and kiss him, later in the game a small green alien will burst out of Roger's body, killing him in the process.
A chestburster bursts through the chest of a crew member played by John Hurt who played Kane in Alien.
The tagline for this movie is....."On the New Jersey Turnpike, no one can hear you scream".....which is a spoof of the Alien tagline, "In space, no one can hear you scream"
spiders burst out a girl's chest
The small creature bursting out of Josh's stomach.
Frank's teardrop falls to the floor, burns a hole through it, and drops down onto a desk below, spoofing the scene in which the alien's blood eats through the floor in "Alien."
Spike, the mischievous acid-dripping face-hugging creature which Roger adopts as a pet, is a parody on the Alien. Unlike the Alien, Spike is harmless and helpful.
The cat scene from Alien is spoofed with Dot on the spaceship. The alien drops down behind her.
Itchy bursts out of Scratchy's stomach, spoofing the alien bursting out of a man's stomach scene in this movie.
Groundskeeper Willie chases Santa's Little Helper through the school's airducts, just as the crew does in Alien.
Djurkwhad, the alien who challenges Roger to play "Stooge Fighter" at the arcade store, is a parody on the Alien.
The Leprechaun bursts out of a man's pants/a man is a robot/The Leprechaun is shot into space at the end
Near the end of "Casper vs. the Ultimate Fanboy", Casper transforms into the alien from Alien (1979) to scare off two convention security guards.
One of Beth's daydreams
An egg-laying alien attaches itself to Tom's face, spoofing what happens to Kane in "Alien."
After Jimmy lets an Alien into the station, Dave and Lisa hunt it
Vincenzo trips and the parcel bursts open out of his chest
Ryan's interpretation of his quirk in Let's Make a Date is inspired by a scene from this film.
Mini-me bursts through Austin's top, just like the chest bursting scene in this film.
In the opening credits, Gir wears a Xenomorph costume
A character called Uglien resembles the creature in Alien.
The Alien from this film appears sitting in the bar.
The underground nest of Blue eggs is a spoof of the underground Xenomorph eggs.
The scene where the lice emerge from number 5's hat and the preceding scene where the kids enjoy nachos, spoof the scene in Alien when the chest burster emerges from Kana's body, albeit toned down drastically from the movie
The Little robot that turned her into a monster pops out of her belly like the way the alien pops out of the man's chest
Puss In Boots rips through Shrek's shirt a la a chestburster
quoted the line "mostly... mostly"
Bug jumps and attaches to face of Kronk (face-hugger)
the scene with the giant turkey is a spoof of the scenes with the Alien Queen
alien bursts out of girl's chest
Spoofs the tagline
The famous stomach-bursting scene.
Rich: "In space, no one can hear you apologize"
Stephen recreates chest bursting scene
Jack imitates the alien chest-bursting scene with a rabbit's corpse.
Several aliens burst from peoples stomachs
the turkey bursts out of a man's chest
An alien bursts out of a man's chest and steals his beer.
Alien "Pet" resembles the alien here. It also has an acid urine, a reference to the acid blood the alien has.
Spoofed in the "Laser Cats 5" digital short
From the way the Smiths wake up in the pods, and Stan's panties and tank top outfit are the same as Sigourney Weaver's in the end of Alien. The way Roger acts while hunting down the family on the spaceship is exactly like Alien
In Bart's daydream, a bald eagle emerges from his chest in the same way that the monster does in the "Alien" films.
Rarity's cat, Opalescence, sticks out of the mouth of the Angel/Gummy/Owlowiscious hybrid in Rainbow Dash's nightmare the same way that the Xenomorph alien sticks out it's inner mouth.
Alien with acid blood
"In Space, Nobody Can Hear You Fuck. "
parodied in The Jetsons skit