several shots of the black V8 Interceptor + death of the Nightrider
The biker gangleader gets spit on, then licks the spit off his finger. Toecutter in Mad Max re-enacts the same scene.
The plot involves a gang and vehicular violence.
the scene where Cropsy's burned arm grabs the orderly was inspired by a scene from this movie.
Biker Maxie Daniels refers to herself as "Mad Maxine" to Lizzie Birdsworth (Sheila Florance, who appears in both).
One of the character is named Mad Max after the Mel Gibson character.
Acknowledged in the end credits.
Eyeball-popping effect in "Nightmare" segment
Old lady in floral dress running with a shotgun like in Mad Max
Villains' costumes from the "Mad Max" saga are referenced.
main inspiration for this game
In the scene outside the mall when Lisa is leaving, Ian introduces Max to her as "Mad Max"
The film is mentioned by name.
Brigitte says her first boyfriend looked like the guy in Mad Max (meaning Mel Gibson).
Clinton refers to Andrew/Max as "Mad Max" in his rap song.
Joel: "You think they shop at the same place Mad Max does?"
There are several unofficial visual reference to the Mad Max universe in the entire game.
Mentioned by name.
Grunge Girls, you're wanted on the Mad Max set
Eric inquires if the famous actress starred in the Mel Gibson movie.
Mentioned in Clarence's "That's a Movie" speech.
In his review of "No Escape" (1994), Gene Siskel says that in its best moments it reminded him of the "Mad Max" movies.
Max has a novelty plate on his car that says "Mad Max".
The main character on the news are refered as "Mad Max Grabelski".
Mentioned on The Joe Pesci Show
movie poster on the wall
Salem jokingly calls Zelda "Mad Max."
Koshi Rikdo is wearing the Warrior Costume
mentioned by lead actor Jeremy Sisto
Homer writes to Die Hard asking if he knows Mad Max
Recommendation to saw feet rather than chain
Maria Castle's death. Also, Frank Castle is shot in the leg, just like Max
In Murderball, one of the people talks about the wheelchairs being like a Mad Max version of wheelchairs.
Jeremy tells Mark that Mad Max is going to happen.
Mad Max is called the Road Warrior, this episode's title
Angel's long, lonely car drive is a reference to Max's long drive for justice. There are also several other revving-up-the-cop-car nods to this film.
mentioned when describing the drive through the desert
Max is called Mad Max
when Chris see Dunkans bike he mentions mad max
Max is called Mad Max
"Stallions of the Highway", by Saxon, is sung over clip.
driver is called Mad Max
Mentioned by Charlie Cox during Steve Bisley's introduction.
Mentioned after it is revealed that Steve Bisley is the only celebrity to set a faster lap time than Ian Moss in the Proton Satria.
Mentioned by Warren Brown after Brendan Jones beats Steve Bisley's lap time.
Listed as one of Mel Gibson's previous movies
Mentioned by McCadden, and then DiNozzo quotes a line from the film.
Referenced by Bill Plaschke
talking about apocalypse movies
Jay says Mel Gibson will play "Even Madder Max"
Xavier mentions this
The stylized vehicle with the police siren driven by the lonely and quiet main character are among the references to the Mad Max post-apocalyptic world.
Joseph calls Ben "Mad Max" because of the erratic way he drives.
Castle notes that driving in NY is like a Mad Max movie.
When Ewen Page brings a Ford XB Falcon to the sailing on Lake Eyre challenge, he mentions that it was used in Mad Max.
Mentioned on this DVD.
Moe says, "Forget about Detroit; them people is livin' in 'Mad Max' times."
Critic refers to gang members as being from Mad Max: The Musical
mentioned in dialogue
Driving and defending the tanker only to find out it's empty.
Shangela's outfit is compared to one from the film.
Referenced by the Black Monk
The skull in the desert with a bommerang from Mad Max can be seen.
Referenced during interview with ' Rep. Donald McGuire
Mentioned in dialogue
Castle references the film by name when suggesting they cut off Beckett's arm to get out of the handcuffs.
"After their car broke down, the cast of Mad Max decided to go hikiing."
The movie title is used sarcastically to descibe Mel Gibson's latest personal rant.
points out the actor who played the Toecutter.
a snapshot referenced
An excerpt of this film is featured.
Clips shown in a segment.
It is mentioned and discussed. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
It is playing on ozymandias' monitors.
Clips shown in a segment on Mel Gibson.
Clips shown, Rich Hall discusses this film.
similar gangs, guy standing on open car while driving
The children of South Park tell about the "before time" just like in Mad Max.
The opening film that Brendon and co make is a parody of this, complete with Australian accents.
Mad Max car in film driven by character Mel Gibson
Spoofed in "Dr. Ninja Baljeet" on "Ferb TV"