9 to 5 (1980)
While the girls are smoking marijuana, Violet Newstead says, "I don't understand guys like Hart who go out in the woods and shoot those poor defenseless animals like Bambi and Thumper... and that cute little Skunk."
Mrs. Hart tells Frank that the cruise they're going to take looks just like The Love Boat.
Film's title mentioned by Bob Hope.
When Mrs. Slocombe has been to the beauty parlour, she says her new looks are "the Dolly Parton look; they call it 'Nine to Five'."
Servo: "From 'Nine to Five,' played by Dabney Coleman"
The title song from the film is heard.
Joel (sings): "Tumble out of bed and stumble in the kitchen, pour myself a cup of ambition"
Dolly Parton (Janeane Garofalo) sings the "Nine to Five" theme.
One of the piano songs Peter plays
Mentioned in dialogue.
Pitka singing the theme song from this movie.
When Joseph opens his locker, the bottom ad on the clipping taped to the door is for a "9 to 5 position. Pour yourself a cup of ambition." This is a reference to the Dolly Parton theme song for "9 to 5".
Included in a $1,000 question
A bar room with connections to Manson family murder victim Rosemary LaBianca is mentioned as where this movie was filmed.
mentioned during The Movie Numbers Game
The movie's theme music is playing when Chris is introduced.
The movie's theme music is played when Jane is introduced.
The title song from the movie, and the new stage play based on the movie, is discussed during interview with Dolly Parton, who also performs the title song during her musical performance.
Jane Fonda mentions producing the movie.
Chelsea mentions the title song.
mentioned by Roger
Nick, Kurt, Dale and Jones all have a conversation about this movie.
The choir sings the theme song from the movie.
"equal pay for equal work"
Jane Fonda talks about how the movie went from being a serious film to a comedy and about Dolly Parton singing the movie's iconic theme song for the first time on set, and Jimmy displays the VHS
Tim and John queue to see this film.
While watching On Golden Pond, Mike refers to Dabney Coleman as that guy from Nine to Five
Mentioned by Graham when introducing Lily Tomlin
Mentioned by Rachel.
Theme song played when Sarah Silverman appeared on stage
The crazed chase around the hospital parallels the one in the film.
Andrew Rannells comments on Jane Fonda's earlier movie
referenced in clue and correct response in "Texas Hold 'Em Hole Card Nicknames" category
referenced in clue in "The Movie/TV Star" category
Mentioned in dialog
His directed film
Violet (Lily Tomlin) in a fantasy scene as Snow White
Dabney Coleman, Lily Tomlin, and Dolly Parton all acted together in the movie "9 to 5"
This film is #74 on the list.
Footage from this movie was edited into this mini-series
The song "9 to 5" is #78 on the list.
a clip is shown in a montage of Jane Fonda films
Clip is shown in montage of Jane Fonda films
Features footage from the movie.
A comedy skit is entitled 8:30 to 5:30.
The title and basic "workplace revenge" premise of this film are take-offs on the popular mainstream hit Nine to Five (1980).
Spoofs scenes from the film.
The song in the "Stumblin'" digital short spoofs Dolly Parton's "Nine to Five" title song.