Teen Wolf (1985)
The Beavers' basketball coach issues specific guidance on playing against an opposing player with the name "Meechum" on the Cadets basketball team. Meechum was the family name in The Great Santini (1979), which focuses on the son (Ben Meechum) who's a high school basketball player, based on the life of Pat Conroy. This is also a reference to Pat Conroy himself, because in real life, he later played college basketball as a cadet at the Citadel, hence the opposing team's name "Cadets".
Footloose written on Stile's folder
Poster is shown in a video store.
Video box seen in video store.
One of the ghouls who chases Sabrina and her friends is dressed as teen wolf.
Merton mentions it as an example of a good werewolf in cinema.
Peter calls a stage hand 'Teen Wolf'
Bart says "Fine I'll do Teen Wolf 3" to his agent, Teen Wolf 3 is a fictional sequel to this film.
referenced by Michael J. Fox
referenced during the Abe Scheinwald skit
Turtle mentions this film
Jay comments on Andy's chest hair.
Jacob calls Sebastian "Teen Werewolf"
Justin sees a man who looks like Michael J. Fox on the street and shouts "Oh my God, he looks like Michael J Fox! I loved you in Teen Wolf!"
mentioned by Ben Stein
Stan is chased by bunnies and opens the door to find his father Randy dressed partly as a bunny
Shawn mentions it.
In "Happy Hallow-day", Homestar's Halloween costume is of Scott Howard
Mac wears a "what are you looking at dicknose" shirt
Mentioned when talking about hair
The disgruntled customer refers to Morgan as "Teen Wolf."
Plotline recounted by Lorenzo McIntosh
Tracy reiterates the plot of Teen Wolf on Larry King
Subject of a $1,000 question
Mentioned by older Ted in voice over.
kid claims he's Teenwolfing by surfing on top of car
A guy is dressed as a wolf and has a sports jacket on as well.
"You working on anything besides that beard?" "Yeah we got a pool going whoever can grow it the thickest, it looks like a damn Teen Wolf convention."
Mikey Day compares a werewolf from "The Twilight Saga: New Moon" to "Teen Wolf"
The Teen Wolf flasher extra is mentioned by Yoda.
mentioned in dialogue
makes an appearance at school
A still is shown from the film
Ellie spoils the end for Andy.
"Looks like Michael J. Fox from Teen Wolf"
"He's suddenly attacked by Teen Wolf"
Tyler playing a pick-up game of basketball with his newly enhanced werewolf skills/strength.
"Teen Wolf, this was not."
Lupa says American Werewolf in London has nothing to do with this movie."
Michael J. Fox makes a cameo appearance as a werewolf.
Wally is wearing a werewolf costume, and his jacket is the same as the one worn by Michael J. Fox in Teen Wolf.
Jordan Peele refers to Styles from Teen Wolf
Channing Tatum says that he and his friends used to do stunts on their cars like in the film
Title is referenced
mentioned by Tosh
"That and the werewolf thing."
title visible on one of the Chances' video tapes
Mentioned in dialogue
mentioned in dialogue
Marty says his daughters will abandon him for "some young man with a Teen Wolf haircut".
When Alyssa Sworn sees Peter Rumancek and Letha Godfrey sitting together, she calls them, "baby bump and teen wolf."
Mullins calls the bearded drug dealer "Teen Wolf".
The 'Freemode Events' update adds a mode called 'Hunt the Beast', which has a werewolf in a Letterman jacket.
mentioned by Carrie
When Angela asks Peter why he left the meeting, Peter says, "My son turned into a wolf during a basketball game and it required my attention."
"Luckily the movie Teen Wolf will come along and take that metaphor and run with it."
There's a scene in front of an autobody repair shop called "Stiles Autobody". Stiles was Scott Howard's best friend in "Teen Wolf"!
Max and Lindsay reference the 1985 fantasy comedy film, Teen Wolf, when Stan shows up in Avery's class.
referenced in clue in "Name Changes" category
Barry suggests that Adam should claim he was "van surfing like Styles from Teen Wolf" when he broke his arm.
Jane calls a witness Teen Wolf.
mentioned by Colin Cowherd
The werewolf in is wearing basketball shorts and shoes. This may be an allusion to the main character of Teen Wolf, who was a basketball player at high school and soon discovered he was a werewolf.
David watched the video with his dad the night before his father's accident.
Chanel #5 begins describing a supposed documentary she watched which turns out to be Teen Wolf.
mentioned by Adnan Virk in discussion of summer movies
Game appears in this film
Fox says he's a werewolf, not gay.
Footage form this film was edited into this mini-series.
"Buck Smithee: Sequel Producer" segment
"The Sports Movie: An Essay" segment, "Last Second Play" segment
Clips of mistakes shown
Compared to the sequel in Buck Smithee's Bad Sequels segment
"That Last Second Play" segment
A clip from "Teen Wolf" is included in the digital short.
movie is reviewed
clips of the original are shown
movie is reviewed
kid at school is a werewolf and he attacks people that no one likes and becomes a hero
the scene where Stan discovers his dad wearing bunny ears
Muffy is sent by Jeeves to kill the Teen Wolf.
There is a Teen Wolf at the basketball game
The bathroom scene