Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985)
A VHS tape of this movie was shown in the Cinemassacre's Monster Madness promo.
Jay says the next "Rambo" film will be called "Rambo: First Blood, Second Hip"
"...like ripping this twist out of Rambo: First Blood Part II."
Frank Milbauer accuses Mike of "going all Rambo" on his son. It was the second Rambo movie that spawned this expression, as in First Blood, Rambo was not the aggressor, the sheriff was.
Jay says that if an American had made "The Artist," it would have a sequel called "The Artist: First Blood II"
Andy acts out "Rambo: First Blood Part II" for the campaign contributors.
Poster seen in background.
Character reads title off a page
Still shown, Rich Hall says in the Eighties there was just "big daddy paternal action figures" like Rambo.
Rambo mentioned in the first sketch.
Abed says, "Blanketsburg had drawn 'First Blood.' Pillowtown will draw 'First Blood, Part II.'"
Ryan Gosling mentions that he saw the film as a kid
Roger Ebert says "Predator" (1987) starts out like "Rambo" and ends like "Alien".
Roger Ebert says that Schwarzenegger's character in "Commando" (1985) is a cross between Superman and Rambo, presumably alluding to the movie in which Rambo's name became famous.
also from the director of Cobra
The movie gets mentioned.
When Jay fires Mitch, effectively abandoning him, Mitch says, "Now I know how Rambo felt", referring to the scene where the chopper turns back and leaves Rambo and the POWs behind.
The Rimbaud epic explicitly references the Rambo character's exploits.
Ronald wants to watch Rambo for the sixth time
Mentioned as a film starring Steven Berkoff as a villain.
John Rambo tells Co Bao that he is expendable
complained about titles name
When Cameron walks by a store window, the cover of Rambo: First Blood Part II can be seen.
Poster is seen inside ski patrol lodge
Title mentioned by Ben Elton
Rochelle is dressed like Rambo from this film
Mentioned by Japanese tourist
Captures some highlights from the film
Dave tries to guess which movie the family is about to watch. He calls Rambo: First Blood Part II incorrectly "Rambo II".
Kirk mentions the first two Rambo films in discussing Tugg's physique
Bryan is referred to as "Rambo"
This is one of the movies that Chris has seen, from which he recites a line of dialogue.
The narrator calls Monk "Ghetto-Rambo"
Lucky's idea for a show is First Bloodhound Part II.
Some of the torture methodes are shown
referenced as part of Joel & the Bots' comments
soldier rises from under the water while firing a machine gun
Brian is camouflaged by a painting in the same way John Rambo is camouflaged by a "wall" of mud.
Mentioned on The How Do You Say? Ah Yes, Show
Title mentioned by Will Ferrell in car accident sketch
Mentioned by A. Whitney Brown on Weekend Update
Amanda mentions the film during a rant about Sly Stallone.
Title is part of a Trivial Pursuit question
Cornfed looks like Sylvester Stallone and destroys the Vietnam village in a similar manner to the
The sequence of Bernice equipping herself with cleaning products is a take from the film.
Mentioned in dialogue by Dr. Donahue.
Mentioned by Face
One of the films on the list
A film editor asks for the title from a DVD vendor.
DVDs being sold in the store behind Pamela
This title is referenced.
Larry references this film's plot in one of Zanna's conversations.
This title is referenced.
Chris Cooper, when briefing the sniper team on their mission says, "This is not Rambo time."
copies one scene
Andre Baptiste Jr. asks Yuri for the gun of Rambo, Yuri asks him if he means part one, two or three.
Mentioned by Reneé
Rosemary Stark alludes to it ("Rambo II").
The character Lance Bean is based on Sylvester Stallone and the game takes place in a jungle similar to this movie
Title seen on theater marquee.
The name of Rambo was mentioned.
Inspired from this film.
Scott and Mark give the theatrical movie poster to Frankie.
A painting of Rambo on the back of a truck
Poster seen and film is briefly discussed.
Jerry Lambert said "There will be no rush hour Rambo's" on the train scene.
Film poster shown in video store
There is a poster for Rambo: First Blood Part II in Lasagna's and Tiny's cell.
Rambo mentioned by Sparks in a conversation with Carpenter.
Title displayed on theater marquee as Rambo
Dot's line after Vespa blasts down some guards: "Hey, that was good enough for Rambo!"
Poster in dorm.
Promoted on theater sign
Gary shows off a toy gun from this movie.
Features scenes, with dialogue, from the movie.
James says there should be a Rambo vs. Pumpkinhead movie.
Jaywalking participant is substituted for Sylvester Stallone in scene in which he shoots exploding arrow across river
Clips are shown. Cited for its message: War is fun.
a clip is shown in a montage of Sylvester Stallone films
Footage from this film was edited into this mini-series.
Several brief clips
Clip(s) from this film were included. The film was identified by title/year/director in a sub-caption.
(Spoiler) Memory flashbacks of his self
Clips are shown
Seen on Ozymandias tv monitor wall
Clip is shown.
Gizmo enjoyed watching Rambo from his cage and then mimics Rambo in the battles with the gremlins with the exploding arrowheads and red bandanna. He even replies "Rambo" when he bust through the vent.
Jeff shoots up the Dean's office the way Rambo does to Murdock
Spoofs Rambo hiding in the mud, then opens his eye. Paul Blart does that in the Hockey outfit
Sylvester Stallone's interpretation of John Rambo is spoofed by Weird Al in "UHF."
While Dick is playing with his son during the music montage after they are making money again, Dick emerges in slowmotion from the water in the pool with a squirtgun, ambushing his son. A spoof of the similar scene in Rambo.
Movie poster and scenes spoofed as 'Jimbo'.
the game's fictional movie 'Exploder: Evacuator Part II' is a spoof of Rambo: First Blood Part II
In jungle scene when Steele is arming self
When George Newman goes to channel 8 to rescue Stanley Spadowski he daydreams that he is John Rambo