Recycled exterior shot of 16th precinct.
Recycled exterior shot of the Kirklands' house.
Flashback clip of Eugene and Kathleen's first date.
A poster of this film appears on the wall of Schtulman's apartment.
When Mahoney is brought to the gang's hideout, he jokingly asks where are Fred and Wilma.
Mahoney goes undercover as Jughead, a member of the Archies gang.
Lieutenant Mauser, dressed like Dim (as officer), says to Pete Lassard outside the gang's hideout, "Well, well, well, if it isn't..."
When Sweetchuck closes up shop, he places a life-sized cardboard cutout of Clint Eastwood/Dirty Harry by the door as a deterrent.
Schtulman suggests to Mahoney and Lassard they "do what Baretta would do".
Character appears on a cereal box in the supermarket scene.
Advertised in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
Referenced in conversation
ALF refers to the film.
One of the sketches is titled "Michael Winslow: A One Man Show" and mentions the movie via voice over.
Marge tells Homer that Selma likes Police Academy movies.
Title mentioned by Ghost Killer in Scream spoof
Lance Kinsey introduced as the star of 'Police Academy 2-6'
Mentioned by Peter Bonerz (as Police Academy 2).
James Woods mentions the title.
Mentioned by name
Moz mentions "Police Academy 2"
The character of Lt. Mauser is a reference to the character of the same name in "Police Academy 2."
poster outside theater
Thad mentions Bubba Smith's Police Academy movies
Bobcats tells stories about what went on behind the scenes of Police Academey 2.
"I'm no stranger to the Police Academy myself. Seen all seven of them."
The shower and glue scene
mentioned in discussion of films released in 1985
Tracy: "It's Michael Winslow from Police Academy 1 through 7"
Homer watches this movie
The TV show Zed is watching in his hideout.
Scene from it is shown.
features clips from the movie