Scenes from Dustin Hoffman
John Van Horn sings "I'll Know" outside Michael's window.
Poster in Michael's bedroom
Displayed as a bus advertisement in Tootsie
A poster for the film briefly appears on the side of a movie theater in one scene where Micheal is rushing up the street.
At the party halfway through the film a poster of Amadeus is shown.
Teri Garr introduces a clip from her movie
When Danny talks about playing a female part he says 'If it's good enough for Dustin Hoffman'
referenced on Saturday Night News
Mentioned by Poncherello
Title mentioned in Jake's Video Hut
When John Leslie was disguised as a woman and complaining, his wife said that it would be ok because Dustin Hoffman did it.
There is a scene in which Bogosian, looking through a stack of black-&-white glossies, comes across a picture of Dustin Hoffman as his TOOTSIE character, Dorothy Michaels.
Joy (Dorothy Onan) refers to Dustin Hoffman's character Tootsie while putting on disguise makeup.
Buddy mentions the movie when learning of Terry's plan
In an attempt to impress the maid cleaning his motel room Paul, on the phone to his manager Jackie says, "Tell Dustin,'No thanks necessary for the part', I always told him he had great legs."
Gene Siskel reports the view of the child psychiatrist, Elva Poznanski, who believes that movie characters such as Rambo may be a reaction to more feminized portrayals of men, such as we see in this movie.
"Dundee walking in crowd" shoot, copy of the classic "Dorothy walking in crowd" shoot
ALF: "Well, last week we all watched 'Tootsie' on HBO. Isn't HBO scrambled?"
Title mentioned during 'Movie Talk' sketch
Video case is shown in a video store.
Mike says that Dustin Hoffman is the guy from the movie where he "dressed up as a chick and kissed a guy."
Someone refers to Trees as 'Tootsie'
Chip takes on the name of the title character while in Drag
Andy Warhol meets with Dustin Hoffman in makeup as Dorothy in a clip from "Superstar" (1990).
Gene Siskel compares "Soapdish" (1991) to this movie.
Videotape at Mondo Video
Jesse and Steve discuss the film.
Mentioned in David Spade's Hollywood Minute
the movie's title is printed on one of Jay's socks
Referenced in the "Variety Speak" song
Video on shelf at video store
Spencer compares their script to the movie in its gender switching aspect.
Niles and Fran talk about him dressing up as Tootsie for last Halloween.
Title of this film appears on screen.
Courtney's agent imparts her a film is Striptease meets Tootsie.
During the outtakes Rex (from Toy Story), auditioning for "Ted", quotes Dustin Hoffman's line "I can be taller"
Title mentioned by Donatella Versace in Versace Oscar Party
Coach McGuirk mentions it in dialogue
it is mentioned after a clip of one of the actors in a dress that he got help from the costume designer from Tootsie
Paige is said to look like Jessica Lange in "Tootsie".
Video case is shown in a video store.
Title reference. Luisma disguises himself as a woman to get a job
Used as an example by Campbell Scott's character
Poster is shown.
mentioned once in extended version
Mentioned on dialogue
"Loves Tootsie Rolls"
Liz is compared to Tootsie
Janelle remarks that Mishka looks like the title character
DVD is shown in a video store.
Betty gives it to Daniel to watch it
referenced in dialogue
Ray discusses the film.
Character mentions it.
Jamie, a butch lesbian actress, gets cast as a man in a film. When Jamie pitches this idea to Lola as a script Jamie's writing, Lola says, "Oh, it's like Tootsie, but in reverse."
Dustin Hoffman is dressed as Tootsie.
Roger mentions this movie to Haley, Francine and Stever
Homages the Dustin Hoffman line "I was a better man with you as a woman than I ever was with any woman as a man"
The Scotsman shouts at Michael Dorsey disguising himself as Dorothy Michaels to get an acting job.
The gang plays a celebrity guessing game, and Barb says the phrase 'Here's..' indicating 'Johnny Carson' is the correct answer. However, Richard and New Christine doesn't get the 'Johnny' reference, and instead comes up with, among other, ridiculous suggestions, 'Tootsie', leading to Dustin Hoffman as the correct answer.
Tracy says that Liz looks like "Tootsie"
Phillip Steele takes Quentin Crisp to see the movie.
A man dresses like a woman to be close to his loved one, a famous star.
Mentioned by Lisa DePaulo.
A fledgling actor says "I was a big, juicy...juicy Beefsteak tomata. I did an evening of vegetables that knocked the critics all on their asses."
Ashleigh says she's seen it
mentioned in dialogue
Main character is included in a $1,000 question
"O god, no just me" line
Bunny mentions 'Footsie' starring Bustin Hoffman
Jennifer Todd mentions this movie during interview
when Liz's father doesn't recognize her in a bar, she introduces herself as "Dorothy Michaels" like Dustin Hoffman's pseudonym in the film
Liz invites Jack to watch the film with her on Christmas Eve
Gus says, "What does Lassie think this is - 'Shutter Island'?" Shawn remarks, "Either that, or 'Tootsie.'"
mentioned by Spencer
Ben (to Stephanie): " I don't have any plans... I was just gonna go home, remove my pants and watch 'Tootsie' again."
mentioned in dialogue
Dustin Hoffman's role mentioned
Victoria says she's going to go "all Tootsie" to land an acting role
Title mentioned by Ted Turner as played by Will Forte
Zoe says that Harvey isn't hotter then Dustin Hoffman in Tootsie.
Lady Bunny mentioned the movie
Mentioned as a Sydney Pollack film and poster is shown
Leslie promises to call Ann during "every single viewing of 'Tootsie.'"
Mentioned by Max.
Victoria was up for the role that Jessica Lange got
Keith tells Professor Weldon that Elaine May made an uncredited rewrite for Tootsie
A wrong guess by Jimmy in the 5-Second Summaries game
Wayne says it's his favorite role of Dustin Hoffman.
Mentioned by Graham in his opening monologue when he talks about Dustin Hoffman
Mentioned in dialogue
correct answer in "'80s Films" category
A movie poster is shown.
The movie Cook & Kathleen go to see
Mentioned as a possible answer to a question about the movie in which Dustin Hoffman says "I'm walkin' here!" when Mark and the Chaser go head to head.
Appears in the movie listings in Adam's newspaper.
Mentioned by Michael as the movie in which Dustin Hoffman plays the character Dorothy Michaels during his Cash Builder round.
Jerry refers to "Rain Man" as "Tootsie Counts Cards in Vegas."
correct response in "A Film Classic" category
Mentioned by Vladimír Vokál.
"This is actually Dustin Hoffman in a sequel to Tootsie."
uses clips from film
This film is #62 on the list.
This film is #2 on the list.
trailer clip shown
Clips from the film are shown while the cast comment on it.
Clips shown in a segment on its title character.
This film is #69 on the list.
Clips shown during Charles Durning tribute.
documentary about the making of the film.
Clips featured during In Memoriam segment.
A fragment is shown.
"You're Not Going to Get Away With This" segment
clip shown during In Memoriam montage
Clips from this film are shown in These Amazing Shadows.
Tootsie is the #5 Best Comedy.
Clip shown in montage of Dustin Hoffman films
Clip is presented
Number 37 in the Countdown
Stan and his Soviet charge watch the film in a theater.
"Southwest General" is a parody of "General Hospital", even referencing the "Sally Armitage is Max Hedges!" storyline plot twist.
This episode is a parody of the film.
Stewie is told by his agent that no one in town will hire him, so he dresses like a woman like Tootsie.
The A story with Stewie is a spoof of Tootsie. "It might be you" even plays over the end credits.