The Muppets Take Manhattan (1984)
The footage of an audience applauding is taken from the beginning of this movie.
Someone slips in a real official for an actor, making a stage marriage real
The store clerk says a line about "Doe eyes, like Bambi had"
Various Sesame Street characters attend the wedding; also, a Big Bird doll is in the nursery sequence
Features Traveling Matt.
The film is mentioned by name.
The baby versions of the Muppets shown in the home movie are the ones from Muppet Babies which were in turn inspired by Muppets Take Manhattan.
Piggy mentions "The Muppets Clean Manhatten" during charades
The portrait of Kermit the Frog in disguise, on the restaurant wall, is from this movie.
The movie is mentioned by name
Shelly tells Richard that they had all four Muppet movies at the video store.
Zoey says, "The Muppets took Manhattan, why can't you?"
Buffy refers to the film.
"The Mansons Take Manhattan"
mentioned in dialogue
Scenes with a multitude of rats cooking
Dr. Drew gets this on Netflix.
Brett mentions the movie during the closing credits.
Subject of a $200 clue in the category "Animal Husbandry"
mentioned in dialogue
Title mentioned by Chief Wiggum
When Walter plays the piano, he references an amnesciac Kermit the Frog trying to remember "Together Again" when he played those same notes in The Muppets Take Manhattan. "Together Again" is also sung by Bobo and Uncle Deadly and a photo of Kermit and Piggy's "marriage" is shown
"...and Jason takes Manhattan away from the Muppets."
filmed in New York
The Muppets perform "Together Again."
A pop-up trivia nugget notes that the Muppets lived in bus lockers in The Muppets Take Manhattan.
Bum recalls Kermit and Piggy's last wedding
Peter says Dana's list includes visiting where the Muppets took Manhattan,
On of the movies that Kimmy and Dong discuss as being filmed in Central Park.
The 4 Kermit demons sing the first verse of the Manhattan Melodies theme
jokingly puts Jason's face on the poster
Clips are shown in the teaser for the next episode. Earlier, Roger Ebert mentions the film in the "x-ray" segment.
Clips are shown. Movie is reviewed.
includes a clip from the movie
clips of this movie are seen in the aniversary special
"Saying Goodbye" is the #11 spot; clips are shown.
"Alright, where's Miss Piggy on rollerskates?"
Points out the chemistry between other movie characters and Twilight.
a clip is shown in a montage of Miss Piggy's films
a clip is included as part of Roger's original review of the film from 1984 is shown
Joan Rivers tells Miss Piggy that they hadn't worked together since this movie, and a clip is shown of their scene together.
movie's soundtrack is reviewed
Scene of diners panicking at Sardi's is edited into KVVU news report of health violations at a Trump restaurant in Las Vegas
Clips of mistakes shown
AniMat sings "Together Again" during the credits.
the title is a spoof on the muppets movie