a still from the film is in the end credits
Eric Idle says, "it's only a flesh wound" after being struck by the Griswold's rental car
a poster of this movie is seen during the end credits
a close-up of the Pale Rider poster is seen during the end credits
Poster visible in the video store
Gene Siskel says that "The Great Outdoors" (1988) was created to capitalize on the success of the two "Vacation" movies.
"Why does Chevy Chase keep going on vacation when only bad things happen?" "Okay. Okay. Well, then how come he never notices that he has different kids?"
Video box seen in video store.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Tom: "The Rockford Files: European Vacation"
Fran mentions the movie by name.
Dana Barron explains why she was not in this sequel
The Simpsons get trapped in a roundabout for hours, similar to the Griswolds.
Uses the same song by Plastic Bertrand for a montage in France, just like the older movie did.
DVD is shown in a video store.
poster on wall
poster outside theater
Cinema Snob thinks this movie is not funny
Mike alludes to it.
Image of Clark Griswold is shown.
Mentioned by Jordan.
Mike says he loves the National Lampoon Vacation movies, except this one
mentioned in discussion of films released in 1985
Picture in Rusty's photo album. Jason Lively and Dana Hill can be seen as Rusty and Audrey.
Brad describes this as one of the bad Vacation movies
mentioned by Adnan Virk in discussion of summer movies
referenced in clue in "Game Shows in the Movies" category
Mentioned by one of the characters.
"Kids, Big Ben. Parliament."
clips shown - Chevy Chase
Clark's dream sequence spoofs the dancing of The Sound of Music
Audrey's dream sequence when her stomach expands is the same as the scene with the exploding fat man in Meaning, even has the same music. It's obviously a direct reference.