Stand by Me (1986)
Footage from this film was edited into this mini- series.
Shot of the "No Trespassing" sign is referenced.
The son of a dead soldier proves his courage by dodging a train
Rob Reiner and Garry recreate the train track scene
Poster is shown in a video store.
Crow: "My favorite food? Cherry Pez - no question about it."
In his review of "Misery" (1990), Gene Siskel mentions this movie in reference to Stephen King and Rob Reiner.
When the homeless people ride over on a raft to Bart, they say "Hey, you wanna see a dead body?"
When a TV is examined the following text is displayed: "There's a movie on TV. Four boys are walking on railroad tracks."
Jerry O'Connell and Corey Feldman share a "Give me some skin" handshake.
Mike: "They'll find the bodies from 'Stand by Me,' "River's Edge,' 'Twin Peaks.'"
There is a poster of it in the first office (Dreamworks office) shown (the addition to be the focus of this movie)
During the interview segment, Kelly tells Eddy that he wrote the lyrics for the song "Chris Chambers" about River Phoenix's character in Stand By Me.
"Hey, you wanna see a dead body?"
Rene acts out the infamous lost comb scene on a railroad bridge.
Children are walking along the railway tracks in one scene and in the woods; deals with similar themes (both movies have stories from Stephen King).
Andy mentions it in dialogue
mentioned in dialogue as one of the films a soldier would rather not watch (instead he mentions a couple of titles that sound like porno films)
Boyhood friends walk on railroad tracks.
for the landscapes, the river, the melancholic mood, the group of kids and the dead body
Video case is shown in a video store.
Winston disagrees with Gill's opinion about the child hostage, and likens him, instead, to River Phoenix in Stand By Me.
Corey Feldman says to remember him in this movie
Poster in the room
Mentioned in movie
Tea wants to go on an adventure to find a dead body just like in the movie
Title reference, homage scenes.
Lance steals the pie eating contest story
Danny Green and Natalie Lowe dance their Rumba to a song from Stand by Me.
Barney: "Ted just performed the biggest train dodge since Stand By Me."
Subject of a $50,000 question
DiNozzo mentions the title in dialogue when the three young boys are arguing with each other over the dead body they found in the woods.
Nozomi has to guess for a movie, and this was her (correct) answer.
Referenced in the "Star Trek: The Next Generation" writers' meeting
Abed has a poster for the movie Stand By Me in his dorm room.
Lloyd Daniels mentions this film and performs the title song.
Abed has a poster of Stand by Me in his room.
poster in Abed's room
mentioned among King's films
Poster in Abed's room
Sheldon mentions the movie by name.
Christian says this was his favourite movie when he was Ben's age.
Ben had previously given Christian a DVD of this movie. He asks Christian did he watch it.
mentioned in dialogue
Ray Brower, the guy who jumped, has the same name as the dead kid in Stand by Me.
Sheldon mentions Wil Wheaton appearing in the movie.
In their childhood flashback, Joe asks Adam if he wants to go see a dead body after school.
"Look at this, he upset the cast of Stand by Me."
"See? It's sorta like Stand by Me, but instead of finding a dead body, they find a hot chick."
mentioned in dialogue
Video case is shown.
Snob mentions it.
Danny McBride talks about making an amateur sequel to the film when he was young
smoking as growing up
Footage from this film was edited into this mini-series.
Clips shown in a segment on River Phoenix.
Ellen's #3 Top Movie Bully
Clips of mistakes shown
Jerry O'Connell's early career
Runner-up for the list
Four boys find a dead body next to the railroad tracks.
The ending of this episode is a spoof of the ending of "Stand by Me".
When Sam shows Chris the dead body behind the bush, in the water.
Homer reminisces about when he was 12 and finds a body
The first segment spoofs this movie.