Movie is based on this episode.
The title for this can be seen on the canopy of the World Theater.
The cat is almost run over by a red Plymouth Fury with a bumper sticker that reads, "I am Christine."
Video case is shown in a video store.
Joel (as an invisible driver starts up a car): "It's Christine!"
Tom: "Paul Newman and Tom Cruise in 'The Color of Days of Thunder, the Car Christine, Herbie'"
Jay names Stephen King's Christine as one of "the girls I've loved on screen"
Tom (as a car is shown on screen): "Fortunately, it's Christine."
A man's vehicle is possessed by a spirit which behaves like a jealous girlfriend and tries to kill everyone.
Stephen King's original novel is mentioned in a website.
the car that attacks Bender, turning him into the were-car, is similar to Christine the 1958 Plymouth Fury.
Dean asks Rory if she's seen the movie as he brings her to see the car he is building
In the 'Wizard of Oz' spoof, Fry (as the scarecrow) reads a book titled "Christine" to some crows; "And then the car honked its own horn!"
Junior's first novel
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
Characters talk about car in the film
Sam's car uses popular songs on the radio to communicate
Christine the car attacks Imaginationland.
While in the museum Shawn points to a old car and says "Look, Christine's here... wrong color though."
There is an appearance by an "evil" car during the Stephen King sketch.
Quotes the film.
dean refers to the porsche as Christine
Castle remarks that Stephen King wrote successful novels about "bloodthirsty cars".
Car has a life of its own
after peter smashes his car it regenerates itself like new to kill peter
mentioned in dialogue
mentioned by Sam
"If I squint my eyes, it's sorta like I'm watching 'Christine.'"
California license plate CQB 241 on the red Plymouth Fury parked near the diner.
Video case is shown.
Car from film seen.
Features a screen used and restored 1958 Plymouth Fury from Christine
The film is discussed.
mentioned in dialogue
Wade references this film as being similar to Clint's book
DVD case in Hyper Fangirl's abode.
"So Freddy is still alive and he's partnered with Christine?"
The plot is a clear homage to John Carpenter's Christine, about an evil, sentient Plymouth Fury.
While talking to Janet, Dean says "So Trini and everything else in the truck went all Christine", referencing the Stephen King story.
Ryan mentions film by name.
"Christine" (also created by Stephen King) makes a cameo when Jake meets Sadie.
Johnny Clayton (Sadie's Husband) Drives a 1958 Plymouth Fury just like Christine.
movie being shown at drive in
The characters from the second story are watching "Christine" on TV.
Footage from this film was edited into this mini-series.
Clips are shown.
Clips are shown
Footage of this movie is shown.
Honorable mention, clips shown
"You may have survived this film, but Christine is watching."
Deleted scene footage shown.
Malcolms car becomes alive like the car in "Christine"
Fargo's car has a mind of its own and becomes vindictive