The footage of Klingons attacking the Kobayashi Maru is taken from the Klingons cameo in the 1979 film.
stock footage of Mutara/Paulson Nebula
Golden Gate Bridge footage
Short film consists of a clip of William Shatner from "Khan" reedited and manipulated and playing in a loop
Khan quotes Captain Ahab before activating the Genesis Device.
Events in this episode are the focus of the film.
Spock's rhetoric about sacrificing the few to save the many paraphrases what he said in this episode.
Spock uses a Vulcan technique to make Kirk forget whereas in the film, he uses a similar one to make McCoy remember
Picture of cast shown during SNL Newsbreak
Title visible on movie marquee during 'Body Language' number
Poster in Webster's room.
Title is referenced
Title mentioned in Jake's Video Hut
Roger Ebert calls "Star Trek III" a compromise between the special effects-laden first and the more thoughtful second.
Billboard seen advertising film
NASA personnel use the same scanning device props as Starfleet in this installment
Poster seen on wall
The diamond-shaped chrome shelf unit in the Farpoint Mall is the one from Kirk's apartment.
Servo: "The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few."
Crow: (as Captain Kirk) Starring Tommy Kirk. Why must Spock die?
Skeeter mentions "The Bath of Khan" during charades
In the scene where the Enterprise is slowly moving to intercept the Phoenix, Picard reveals to the Cardassians that Starfleet knows what the transponder frequencies are. When the Gul requests the Starfleet transponder frequency for the Phoenix, Picard orders Worf to transmit the prefix code for the Phoenix, who protests that it would help the Cardassians take down their shields. Kirk pulled this same maneuver on the Reliant.
In this episode, Dougie Benson says "No one is stupid enough to risk the wrath of Khan."
Tom (as Captain Kirk): "Khan!"
In this episode, a Trekkie convention gone awry results in a myriad of Star Trek references.
Freeze mentions that "revenge is a dish best served cold", which is most famously known from the 2nd Star Trek movie
Steve refers to the film.
Harley Quinn plays the kazoo while the coffin rolls down into the acid, in a parody of Mr Spock's funeral.
As in "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan," the worm enters the human body through the ear.
Spenser jokes that Esteva is Ricardo Montalban, saying "I loved you in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan."
Crow: Sorry honey, needs of the many and all.
Crow: "Chorus Line II: The Wrath of Chaka Khan"
Deanna assumes that the Bridge Officers exam will be a no-win situation, apparently she has the Kobayashi Maru in mind.
Pirk mistakes USS Relevant with USS Reliant, which is from this movie.
Dot: "They task me, and I shall have them!" Also, the ship they take to catch the pirate ship's engines and takeoff sequence are reminiscent of the Enterprise
Video case is shown in a video store.
In order to persuade Frasier to join the staff in standing up to new station manager Kate Costas (Mercedes Ruehl) regarding the staff's wage/labor dispute, Noel Shempsky (Patrick Kerr) recites the infamous Vulcan axiom "The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few. Or the one."
Terraforming presentation of Mars mirrors Genesis sequence in ST II.
Many mentions of 'The Wrath of Khan' (Jerry quotes lines from it, says it's "the best of those movies", etc.).
Matthew mentions it after hearing Ghenghis Khan
"revenge is a dish best served cold"
Miss Havisham has the Genesis Device.
Fistergraff likes Star Trek, and asks about Wrath of Khan.
Douglas mentions the Space Seed episode's connection with this movie.
At one point Tim Allen responds to a logical statement by Kirstie Alley by calling her "Mr.Spock". While she obviously never played Mr. Spock, she did play a Vulcan. She was Lt. Saavik in _Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982)_
Bob says "I don't believe in the no-win scenario" quoting Admiral James Kirk and "System... out of danger?" referencing Spock asking "Ship... out of danger?"
"Ship? Out of danger?"
Janeway refers to Marcus' Genesis Project when she's making her encrypted Captain's Log entry.
The Japanese freighter attacked and destroyed by Godzilla in the opening of the film is named Kobayashi Maru, in homage to Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.
Mentioned by Mark in his office.
Todd's service record includes citations for the Nibian Moons Campaign, the Antares Maelstrom War and the War Of Perdition's Flames.
Marty mentions that he used the name Kobayashi Maru to phone in a bomb threat to the Reliant trading floor. Kobayashi Maru is the name of the 'No Win Scenaria' test in Star Trek and Reliant is the name of the starship that Khan steals.
Stan quotes this movie after saying it was from the Bible, then Kyle says "Dude, that was Star Trek again, The Wrath of Kahn"
Tuvok refers to the Kobayashi Maru. He later observes that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.
Cartman's enraged cry of "Scott!" is exactly like Kirk's famous cry of "Kahn!" from this film.
Publicity pictures of main cast shown
Tom (as Capt. Kirk): "Khan!"
Spinner refers to Ms. Kwan as "The Wrath of Kwan."
Spoon compares their no-win situation to the Kobayashi Maru scenario.
Tyler Creed says that the wounded Sheriff Donner "would go from zero to the Wrath of Khan".
Space-rail car labeled "Wrath of Conrail"
Fry refers to the film.
Jarret calls Janet the 'Kahn to my Kirk' on Jarrett's Room
referenced as part of the documentary
"Wrath of Khan maggot"
The Jean Gray death sequence heavily references Spock's death in The Wrath of Khan. While the rest of the crew is trying to get the engines started before disaster strikes, both Jean and Spock slip away unnoticed and sacrifice themselves to save their companions many of the shots, facial expressions and reactions of characters in both movies are the same. Both movies end with a voice over by the character who died and a long panning shot over an idyllic scene that shows the final resting place of Jean and Spock with a hint that they might not be dead at all. Even the score played over the final scene in X2 sounds closely related to Khan's familiar theme.
Charles Wallace mentions the Kobayashi Maru scenario.
Photo of the launch of SS Botany Bay can be seen in a bar.
Scruffy plays bagpipes as Fry's coffin is ejected into space, just as was done in this film.
When Juni's grandfather picks up the programmers, his lines are spoken very similarly to Khan's interrogation of Chekov and Terrell on Ceti Alpha V.
Comic Book Guy cries out "Khan!"
the "old klingon proverb" at the start of the film was originally quoted by Khan in ST II
William Shatner performs in a play and stops to start shouting "KAHN!" just like in this movie he starred in.
Scene recreated when Spock and Kirk mindmeld with Ohn
The red sweater Starfleet uniforms were seen worn by various fans.
Creasy says, "Revenge is a dish best served cold"
The line: "Revenge is a dish best served cold"
Ignignokt refers to "the needs of the many" and then denies it was from Star Trek
Kirk from the future mentions Carol Markus and her son
Eugenic people appear wearing the same type of clothing as Khan's crew, with whom they claim relation.
Nancy puts an earwig in Chode's mind
Michelle Kwan says, "Beware the wrath of Kwan!"
Eisenmann discusses it.
mentioned by Abe
Ryan says his favorite movie line is "KHAAANNNN!"
When RJ talks about TV in the credits, Hammy describes the plot of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn
"Revenge is a dish best served cold."
complained about title's name
Hodges' cat is named Kobayashi Maru
Danny confuses the film with the poem "Kubla Khan."
"Revenge is a dish best served cold" gets quoted.
Mac says that Veronica is "like Kirk in the Wrath of Khan, refusing to accept a no-win situation"
Yugi screams "KHAANN" in frustration
Sulu mentions the Kobayashi Maru test
Shawn says, "Glad you're all on time for Phsysics 2: The Wrath of Khan," a reference to the title of the second Star Trek film.
Khan is one of the imaginationland villains.
Morgan says that Chuck knows 'Wrath of Khan' word for word in an attempt to convince the interviewer to promote Chuck instead of Harry.
"Is that Kahn as in 'Wrath of'?""
The cow voiced by Ricardo Montalban says the hamburger company has killed many of the others "including my beloved wife."
Character says "Revenge is a dish best served cold"
verbatim requote of "the needs of the many..."
Mentioned by Wendy (as Star Trek II).
The porn title "Star Sex II: The Wrath of Cunt" is mentioned as a possibility
The Scotsman shouts at Chekov and Terrell for going into the 'Botany Bay' on Ceti Alpha V where they're confronted by Khan, who puts Ceti Alpha eels in their heads.
Mentioned as awesome
The password for the shipping computer in the Nuka-Cola plant is NC-C1864.
Joker screams "Kahn!" like Kirk does.
Raj says it was the best Trek movie
A Star Trek Movies 1-6 VHS box set is seen behind James Rolfe.
There is a statute of Captain Kirk fighting Khan in Riverside, Iowa.
Mike Möller is a member of "Verein für Bären und Wolfschutzverband 1864". The Number 1864 is a reference to the Spaceship Reliant from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982).
Hiro says, "the baby Matt Parkman touches and makes things go. Like a Baby Genesis Device."
James T. Kirk takes the "Kobayashi Maru" test first mentioned in "The Wrath of Khan"
mentioned in dialogue
Yami argues the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the British
The Decepticons insert a slug-like robot into Sam to extract valuable information.
Hardison refers to the Kobayashi Maru
Seth mentions Khan in a news story.
Ellen says Rollerball was popularized by James "The Wrath Caan"
Sheldon quotes Khan several times.
Title is a spoof of Star Trek 2.
Hawkman says, "Revenge is a dish best served cold."
When Hardison is remotely driving "Lucille", his van, towards the warehouse, he says "I have always been, and forever shall be, your friend". This is an allusion to the scene in the movie where Spock says to Kirk "I have been, and ever shall be, your friend", as Spock is dying from radiation poisoning after saving the Enterprise.
Kirstie Alley says she had only done one movie before she was on "The Love Boat," and Jay asks if it was "Star Trek"
Eli references the movie and the 'genesis device'.
Comic Book guy claims to be Capt. Kirk from this film
When Gru fires the shrink ray at the moon, the effect of the shrink wave is nearly identical to the simulation of the Genesis Effect in Carol Marcus' video presentation.
Dean Pelton notes the parallels between Spock in the film and Jesus
The USS Reliant submarine is commanded by a female commander, who is only addressed as "Khan." In Star Trek II, Khan takes over the USS Reliant and serves as it's commander.
Rod mentions the first movie received three sequals before the Next Generation series was made.
derby girl "Wrath of Connie"
Sander talks about Wrath of Khan slugs while in his star trek uniform.
The subtitle "Wrath of Bong" is a parody of "Wrath of Khan."
Title referenced in lyrics
Sentinal Prime's quote "The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few" was derived from Spock's quote from this movie. Both characters were portrayed by Leonard Nimoy.
While Corey "Big Hoss" Harrison and Austin "Chumlee" Russell conduct business with a male customer at Gold and Silver Pawn Shop that wants to sell a lot of Star Trek toys, a graphic appears on screen talking about this movie
Harvey gives the Kobayashi Maru example to help Mike
Briefly talked about.
Skip has a poster of this movie.
Ma-Ti's death and funeral scenes are parallel to Spock's death scene; Linkara wears a Starfleet uniform at the funeral.
Directly referenced in lyrics
Dale says he wants to hold off "the needs of the many versus the needs of the few" arguments as long as possible. Although this is not a new or unique concept, the phrasing became iconic in ST:Khan.
Theme music plays when the Critic announces Star Trek Month.
mentioned in dialogue
Movie mentions the Star Trek series of films
"The Wrath of Farrakhan" skit
A Trekkie is seen dress up as Khan from this movie.
Mentioned in dialogue.
Kirstie Alley mentions that the film was her first acting job
James mentions the stop motion animator for Galaxy of Terror also did the stop motion effects in this movie.
The pictures of Kirk, Spock, Picard, & Riker all show them wearing red jacket starfleet uniforms.
mentioned in dialogue
Kobayashi Maru mentioned
Mike yells "Khan!" in the style of Captain Kirk.
Video case is shown.
remembering Spock's last words
Several scenes and characters are directly taken from the earlier film.
Mentioned by the narrator
Sage screams "KARN!" to the heavens, like Kirk does "Khan!"
"Line from Star Trek 2."
IG looks skyward and yells "KHAN!"
Compared to both Star Trek 2009 and Into Darkness.
"The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few."
Mentioned by the narrator
Louis states that "The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few or the one" and when Rachel asks him from which law this is, he answers: Spock, "The Wrath of Kahn"
Spock Prime plays the DVD of this movie.
Linkara says that Star Trek VI is not as good as this movie.
The movie is brought up by Khan
Mentioned in dialogue by Richard Castle: "We are demonstrating two-dimensional thinking here. Like Khan in 'Star Trek II: Wrath of Khan.'"
Mike - "Why not Wrath of Khan?"
Mentioned by Mike.
"Star Trek II was about death, aging, revenge and obsession."
Mentioned by Mike.
Deeks mentions the Kobayashi Maru, the no-win scenario test for Starfleet Academy cadets.
Mentioned during Stump the Buff
Simon Yells "Khan" as did Kirk.
Description of rare unique boss is "The Wrath of Darkness"in a mashup of two Star Trek titles (Wrath of Khan and Into Darkness) that both revolve around Khan, a powerful enemy. This is in additon to numerous other Star Trek references throughout the game.
Mike quotes the movie, and mentions it by name.
Mike yells "Khan!" in the style of Captain Kirk.
Mentioned by Mike.
Henry says, "it's coming out in June but I just can't imagine it being any good. I mean, the first one was terrible, and was nothing like the TV show at all. Although Khan was on the show so maybe it'll be better but I don't know, I just don't have high expectations."
One of the engineers is disappointed the others do not like his suggestion for the BIOS name: Khan.
McGee compares a training op to the Kobayashi Maru scenario
Hiro says "He's really not gone, as long as we remember him."
Private is prepared to sacrifice himself in a glass chamber, the scene closely follows the scene of Spock in the reactor chamber from The Wrath of Khan.
Max explicitly references this movie early in the episode.
"I have been and shall always be your friend"
When Cole tells Sam and Dean that he wasn't going to wait around for them to kill his buddy, Dean tells Cole, "Well if you did, you wouldn't be choking down a damn Kahn worm right now." The Kahn worm is the creature from the 1982 sci-fi classic "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn".
"The Math of Caine"
Navy Captain Michael Dawson says "The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few".
The Worm in the ear gap is used.
Mentioned in dialogue
The AT-TE leads the AT-ATs into a sand storm where all their sensors will be scrambled, like Kirk lured Kahn into the Mutara Nebula dust cloud.
Dillon suggests to Lulu that Dante might be her "first, best destiny," quoting the movie.
The Holiest Thing features the first meeting of Kirk and Carol Marcus, their romance and her work on the Genesis device.
Blackcatloner talks about a novel that was written by the director of this movie.
Barry and Cisco have watched Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) together five times. At the end, Cisco always turns to Barry and says, "I have been and always shall be your friend."
Will calls the ever-changing airliner arrest drill "Kobayashi Maru", the no-win scenario bridge simulator James T. Kirk was able to defeat.
Critic shouts "Khan!!" when seeing Montalban
A character in the episode is called Kobayashi Maru.
Caputo threatens Judy and Cindy that if they are lying to him he will "come down on [them] like the Wrath of Khan".
Blackcatloner recalls how the last act of Into Darkness ripped off this movie.
"The Wrath of Shere Khan"
title is mentioned
One of the shows we see on the Old Worm's TV
footage from "Genesis" demo featured in Data's brain scan
brief clip shown
At least one clip was included in this "Biography" episode.
Clips from 'The Wrath of Khan' are shown in 'Cosmic Thoughts'.
Clips from the film are shown while the cast comment on it.
Spock's death is the #2 spot; clips are shown.
Captain Kirk shouting "KHAN!" is shown many times.
Clip of Kirk shouting "KAHN!"
recalls the movie, and remembers the late Ricardo Montalban as Khan.
Clips of this movie were shown in the opening.
Many clips are included.
"Are We Gonna Make It?" segment.
Kirk yelling "Khaaaaaaannnnnnnn!"
Spock's last line to Kirk was played over Brainard grieving over Weebo.
"Or maybe it's Spock's torpedo from the end of Star Trek II."
Star Trek wins the Lifetime Achievement in Technobabble
Clip of Kirk shouting. "KHAN!!"
A clip is shown.
clip is shown of Khan going over an attack plan
Clips of mistakes shown
A scene from Star Trek II is shown, however instead of yelling "Khaaaaan!" Kirk bleats, because it is "edited for goats."
The movie is talked about throughout and Linkara reviews the unnecessary 2009 comic adaption.
Linkara reviews a comic version of the movie, and clips are shown.
clips are shown as Linkara reviews the unfaithful comic adaptation.
Kirk shouting "Khan!" is played; NC and Angry Joe reenact the famous "KHAAAN!" scene.
Critic recaps the previous movie
Kirk shouting "Khan!"
Kirk shouting Khan's name.
The "KHAN!" meme is played
Linkara speaks highly of this movie
McCoy chastises Spock for using logic
Khan (voiced by Linkara here) addresses Kirk.
Kirk discusses a no-win situation
The Graphics Group worked on the genesis effect in this film. Clips shown.
clip to illustrate Kobayashi Maru.' 'The No-Win Situation'
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) is #6.
Kirk shouts "Khan!"
clips shown on TV
Spock: "They knew exactly where to hit us."
Khan demands full power.
McCoy tells Spock he's not going into the reactor
Kirk yells "KHAN!"
Kirk stomps Khan's face
Kirk yells at Khan
Several clips from the film are shown.
movie clip is shown
Footage is shown.
announcement of a sequel "Doctor Detroit II: The Wrath of Mom"
Louis Farrakhan and Star Trek are spoofed
story and theme
referring to James Caan, William Shatner shouts "Caaannnn!" like he shouted "Khaaannnn!" in the movie
A number of Guitierrez's lines paraody Khan's lines from Star Trek II.
The character Korn is a spoof of Khan.
A number of Guitierrez's lines parody Khan's lines from Star Trek II.
Mission simulation at the beginning (introductory animation clip), also interrupted by a higher-ranking officer.
Principal Scampi yells, "THE CONN!"
George yells "Khan!" in a spoof of the similar scene with Kirk in 'The Wrath of Khan'.
Several scenes are parodied.
Civilian drones chant "The needs of the many are outweighed by the needs of Yuri."
The opening scene of "Operation: S.P.A.C.E." parodies the beginning of this movie
The cockroach coming out of Kim Jong Il's mouth happens at the beginning of Star Trek II. Also Kim Jong Il says, "You haven't seen the wrath of Kim Jong Il."
Capt. Kirk and Khan in a show called "Two Kirks, a Khan and a Pizza Place"
To fulfill her wish, Thromnambular has Mindy tied to a "Genesis device" that is then launched into space, where it explodes to create a star, parodying the movie's "Genesis probe", which can create a new planet
Rupert's funeral is a parody of Spock's funeral
An operatic version of Star Trek II is shown
A "Star Trek" fan holds the broken Khan statue and yells "Khaaaaan!" into the air.
The scene where Lauren Conrad shows Brian her biomolecular research is an almost shot for shot and line for line spoof of the scene in Star Trek II where Carol Marcus shows James Kirk the Genesis cave. The Family Guy scene even uses the same music.
Leon and Tony touch hands through the glass as Leon commits to radical action, in the same way Spock and Kirk do.
When he is beaten by Wil Wheaton, Sheldon shouts, "WHEATON!!! WHEATON!!!!" and it appears to echo all over the planet.
The effect of the shrink ray sweeping the surface of the moon is identical to the manner in which the genesis device acts upon a planet.
The ending spoofs the ending of this movie
Pat Farmer imitates Spock's death scene
Directly uses scenes, music, characters, and more in a parody.
Spock's death scene is reenacted
Zod and Terl's ship attacking the Exit Strategy is a spoof of Khan's ship attacking the Enterprise in this movie.
The famous "Khan!" scene is spoofed
Zod and Terl's ship attacking the Exit Strategy parodies Khan's ship attacking the Enterprise.
Rozich's eulogy for his beard paraphrases the last line of Admiral Kirk's eulogy for Spock.
Nicholas shouting, "Shaaaaun!" is a direct parody of Kirk shouting, "Khaaaaan!" in this film.