A remake of the 1984 film.
Allen offers Madison Pebbles cereal - food product named after Flintstones' daughter
When Hanks and Hannah's characters stop at a pizza shop, a movie theater marquee outside the window can be seen advertising that "The Evil Dead" is now playing.
Title appears on cinema marquee with "The Evil Dead".
Title appears on cinema marquee
A poster for this movie can be seen by a movie theatre in one scene.
Johnny mentions that Disney is planning its first film that will include nudity
Norm rents the movie for him and Sam to watch during a fishing trip.
The man in the video rental shop offers Splash to its client.
Mentioned during the monologue
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his review of Willow (1988)
Mentioned in sketch with Virgil character
Rebecca refers to the film.
referenced by Tom Hanks
Plucky waits on Madison's table.
Video case is shown in a video store.
referenced by Tom Hanks
Joel (in a scene with a mermaid): "Could you introduce me to Daryl Hannah?"
In reference to Daryl Hannah, David says, "I liked her in Splash, but not so much in Wall Street".
Meldrick refers to the film.
The sequence with Madison in the tank is mentioned.
refrenced in dialogue
Mr. Chu recommends it to the robber
According to show's creator/writer/director Butch Hartman, the character of Mr. Crocker from this episode is essentially an animated version of a character from "Splash". Many of his mannerisms, etc are taken.
"Hanks fucked a fish" comment
Game Night dialog.
Triana ordered this from Netflix.
It is mentioned in a magazine.
Reference to Daryl Hannah in dialog as mermaid
Lucy and Jude kissing underwater is similar to a underwater scene from Splash.
Mentioned by David when a review of Frost/Nixon discusses Ron Howard.
Ray says his VR experience involved women looking like Daryl Hannah from this specific film in it
Mentioned in an $800 clue in the category "Legendary Creatures"
Subject of a $1,000 clue in the category "20 Years Later"
Demetri Martin mentions Eugene Levy playing Walter Kornbluth in "Splash".
Disney wanted to make a sequel to this film.
Included in a $1,000 question
Heidi Montag mentions that she likes the film directed by Ron Howard
Reference in a $1,600 clue in the category "The London Stage"
Jay mentions that Ron Howard directed the film
Mentioned as a film Pirates 4 borrows from.
references Eugene Levy's character
Baron Davis says it's his favorite Tom Hanks romantic comedy.
Grumpy mentions the film as a reference for how people will react to Storybrooke.
Jackpot Round puzzle, The 80's: Tom Hanks stars in Splash
Ross mentions the movie by name.
Mentioned in dialogue
on Jeremy's list of Rob Howard films
The film is referenced.
It's mentioned that Daryl Hannah did this film after "The Final Terror."
Kerry Washington reveals that she was completely obsessed with the movie as a kid
When Joe is dressed like a mermaid, one of the jokers tells him that he's no Daryl Hannah.
Tom Hanks and James Corden re-enact a scene
Mentioned in Barry's rap song.
The Athenians identify this as a Ron Howard film.
Mentioned by Graham when introducing Ron Howard
Jimmy mentions several of Ron Howard's directing credits
referenced in clue in "Greg Louganis" category
mentioned by Mike Greenberg
Referenced in "Theme Restaurant"
mentioned in discussion of Tom Hanks' career
One of the department store TV's is showing it.
At the electronic store scene, there was one TV set with the "Capitol" opening sequence.
Clips are shown to illustrate how well Tom Hanks fares in fables.
Clips are presented.
Clips are shown of various Tom Hanks movies, including this one.
Clips from the film are shown while the cast comment on it.
Movie reviewed in this episode.
Hannah Fraser is interviewed, mentions the film and footage is seen
recalling the last time a bare ass was seen in a Disney flick
Number 36 in the Countdown
Part of The Chipmunks Go to the Movies, with Simon playing a parody of Allen Bouer and Jeanette playing a parody of Madison
Nico meets a merman who's missing certain body parts and whose hair can dry almost instantly once it's out of water