Trading Places (1983)
Two rich guys are arguing about what matters most: breeding or upbringing. One bets the other they can take any bum off the street and make him a gentleman.
2 old men bet on the effect of making a poor man rich for a month.
Gloria Upson's/Bunny's story ending with "...and she stepped on the ball."
In one scene, Billy Ray Valentine is riding around on a soapbox with wheels, as Porgy usually does in productions of "Porgy and Bess", but in this case Valentine is only pretending to be disabled. He tries to pick up a woman who ignores him. Calling after her, he says, "I know what you're thinkin' man, - you seen "Porgy and Bess'?"
Propoganda from John Landis's fake movie "See You Next Wednesday" are seen in both films
The restaurant has the same background music from the Chez Paul.
Rocky's statue seen
Subject of a $200 clue in the category "Actors & Roles", it was the first-ever clue to deal with film.
Randolph and Mortimer Duke appear homeless and Eddie Murphy gives them a large amount of money to get them off the streets.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Brian and Helen discuss the nudity in this movie.
Caroline tells Richard that the movie shot in front of her house is directed by John Landis and then explains that he also directed Animal House, The Blues Brothers and Trading Places.
presents the clash of the rich and the poor
"This ain't Trading Places, nigga!"
Open reference by a character
Marshall says that his nude scenes compilation tape includes Jamie Lee Curtis's nude scenes from the film.
Gus wears the same disguise as Jamie Lee Curtis
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
Rochelle takes the children to the movie
The boys talk about Jamie Lee Curtis and when she is showing her boobs in the movie
scene in dining room opens with Mr. Evans finishing a story for the entire table with "and she stepped on the ball". This is a reference to the country club scene from "Trading Places".
Features the "Trading Places" match with Carlito dressed as Hardcore Holly and Hardcore Holly dressed as Carlito.
Carly and Freddie quote the last lines of Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy after their newfound fortune
Subject of a $2,000 question
mentioned as another film John Landis made with Eddie Murphy
Jeremy refers to the bit where a woman dances topless during a party.
One of the challenges for buying and selling items is titled "How much for the gun?".
Ron says he's Dan Aykroyd to Henry's Eddie Murphy.
The song sung by the quartet is from the movie.
Features the "Trading Places" match with Goldust dressed as William Regal and William Regal dressed as Goldust.
Dulé Hill mentions this movie during interview
Referenced by Lassiter
Jack says he was going to "Trading Places" Devon
Matthew Lillard alludes to it.
"I'm gonna rip your eye out and piss on your brain, you alien dirtbag!"
One character makes a bet, and at the end it is revealed that it was for a paltry sum (1EUR as opposed to 1$).
Mike to Louis - "Looking good Louis. You're supposed to say feeling good Billy Ray.You know, Trading Places, movie quotes, it's what we do."
Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic discuss their lists of the best Christmas movies
mentioned in discussion of Eddie Murphy comedies
Galahad mentions this film to Eggsy when explaining their relationship. Later, Eggsy and Merlin quote from the film with their "Looking good, feeling good!" exchange.
Adnan Virk gives in honorable mention on his list of favorite Christmans movies
Mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned by Chris Rock
Roger Cossack says this is his favorite Eddie Murphy movie
TV version only includes clip from Sunset Blvd.
As Winthorpe and Valentine are discussing what is to be done, Ophelia is watching TV. A brief clip of the costume ball is shown, just before the newsflash.
Clips are shown. Movie is reviewed.
Twin Peaks re-uses a shot of the Philidelphia bell from this film.
Clips are shown.
A clip is shown.
Features a clip from this film.
Beware of Santa segment
Ice Cube's #4 Favorite Film
clip shown - #7
Clips used in review.
A fragment is shown.
Number 25 in the Countdown
Number 20 in the Countdown
"Here's Johnny" line when Ophelia opens the door to a customer
On the keycard Roger obtains aboard the Arcada it is written "Beek and Hinder Security Systems" - a parody on Beek Security company.
29:48 "Looking jiggy Burt, Feeling jiggy Kronk"