Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (1982 TV Movie)
In the song "It Feels So Good To Be Bad" sung by Red and Carface, about 40 seconds into the song (from the point Red starts to sing) Red throws Carface into a barber chair and begins to menace him with a straight razor, which is likely a reference to the fact that Red's voice was provided by George Hearn, who portrayed the murderous barber Sweeny Todd on Broadway. He won an Emmy for his portrayal of Sweeny Todd during a taped version of show that was aired on Showtime.
Brad says that Colin looks like the demon barber in Sportscasters.
references a song from the film
Mr. Kraft calls Valerie "Sweeney Todd".
When Gracie is getting her make-over, she refers to the barber untangling her hair as Sweeney Todd
Believing the special ingredient in the hamburger meat is humans - Sweeney Todd's meat pies are made out of the humans he kills.
when 'Rainbow' Randolph Smiley visits Angelo Pike, Angelo is wearing an appron with Sweeney Todd writen on it
Featured in Episode Five
According to the commentary on the Season Four DVD, the New Orleans song was based off of the song "There's No Place Like London"