The Blue Lagoon (1980)
Title mentioned by Elliot Gould while introducing Randal Kleiser's "Foot Fetish"
In Tim Curry's monologue, he jokes "After Rocky Horror, which was one part in drag, you know what they offered me? The Brooke Shields role in Blue Lagoon."
Title seen on a movie theater marquee.
Christopher Atkins permed his hair for the role of Frederick exactly like he did in the Blue Lagoon. A drink that Christopher Atkins and Kristy McNichol blue drink in the Pirate Movie is known as The Blue Lagoon.
Mentioned by Getraer
Drinks named after the film and a large poster of Christopher Atkins feature prominantly in the plot.
Mentioned during the Sandwich Quiz
Heather says, "It would be like Brooke Shields dying in the first part of 'The Blue Lagoon.'"
"The Creature from the Blue Lagoon" attends the monster party.
Tom mentions this film during one comment.
Mentionend on Weekend Update
Jennifer's mother owns a restaurant named "The Blue Lagoon".
Roger Ebert mentions the movie when reviewing the sequel.
In the discussion on "White Fang" (1991), Gene Siskel notes that Randal Kleiser also directed this movie.
Referenced by Roger Ebert in his discussion of the sequel.
Crow: "It's 'The Blue Lagoon'!"
Krusty refers to Brooke Shields as "The star of The Blue Lagoon"
Tom: "The 'Ooh' Lagoon"
Mentioned by Fran.
Mike: I still like this better than the Blue Lagoon.
Val mentions the movie by name.
How are things in the Blue Lagoon?
Referenced in the dialogue: "Black Lagoon. The Creature from the Blue Lagoon was Brooke Shields."
Brooke Shields says "I farted once on the set of The Blue Lagoon"
Mike: (on an island) Let's go visit Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins.
mentioned by Marlene
Movie title mentioned in dialog
Chloe refers to the film.
race car called "Blue Lagoon"
episode title reference
Paris mentions the movie after calling Logan a "Christopher Atkins wannabe."
Jack says that Jenny and Manuel are "shacked up like The Blue Lagoon"
mentioned in dialogue
In a story on the Wye River Deck-house, Lawrence mentions that it offers what can be described as a modern-day Blue Lagoon.
Mentioned on a dialogue
Gus says to Shawn, "There wasn't a bike in 'Blue Lagoon.'"
DiNozzo, on the phone to McGee: "It's a tropical paradise, really, just like 'The Blue Lagoon' except no white sand beaches, no magivcal waterfalls, and definitely no Brooke Shields"
"Now do the Creature from the Blue Lagoon."
a girl says that she saw this movie
A still is shown of Brooke Shields in "The Blue Lagoon."
Poster shown to introduce Brooke Shields
movie mash-up answer: The Blue Lagoonies
Referenced when characters arrive on an island
Roger says that the R-rated horror films under discussion are nothing like milder R-rated films like this one
The quest name "The Prune Lagoon" is a reference to the movie name.
mentioned by Jan
Movie is mentioned by Steven when he's talking to Lauren about her eyes
another movie that exploited Brooke Shields' killer looks
Sam refers to the White House intern as "Blue Lagoon."
A movie poster is shown.
movie is watched in local cinema, clips are shown
Clips shown in a montage of "Teen Sex" films
A clip is shown
Clips shown when the movie is the subject of a segment.
Clips shown in a segment on Brooke Shields.
Clips shown in a segment.
Short clip of The Blue Lagoon's end titles are shown during the mini-documentary about Karina TV.
a clip from the film is shown
The position apple is a spoof of the never-wake-up berries.
Rip's flashback to the girl (who looks like Brooke Shields) and their time alone on the island
Lampooned in the closing credits by Brooke Shields (who starred in that original film) and Brendan Frasier