The Witches of Eastwick (1987)
the series is based on the witches of eastwick 1987 film
Footage from this movie is used.
Unsold tv-series pilot that was inspired by The Witches of Eastwick.
The name of the character Walter Neff
kids with platinum blonde hair
Features the same shot of an object falling from a balcony and smashing below, whilst a female protagonist hangs for dear life before slipping and falling. In both cases the heroine is being pursued by the devil.
Mike refers to Grant's aunt Millie as "the witch of Eastwick."
Dr. Erhardt: "Here's Jack Nicholson, from 'Witches of Eastwick.'"
When CJ, Caroline and Stephanie are doing the Charlie's Angels pose and ask Logan to guess who they are imitating, he suggests the Three Stooges and the Witches of Eastwick.
Chris refers to Nancy, Bonnie and Rochelle as "the bitches of Eastwick."
During the end credits, Cranston, Francis, Sawyer, and Tillie are seen starring in the movie, with a spoof of the movie poster.
Carrie likens herself, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda to "the Witches of Eastwick" when they're all dressed in black at the wedding reception.
Barry McGuigan alludes to the girls team being the Witches of Eastwick when he hopes that they can give him directions to Eastwick.
Lorelai says, "We are the witches of Eastwick."
Susan Sarandon talks about it.
a woman is called "Witch of Eastwick"
the quote, "something wicked this way comes" was used to explain that mean girl Tess Tyler was approaching
DVD is shown in a video store.
Olivia talks to Dan about a movie project, which is called "Bitches of Eastwick", and which she describes as "Heathers" with witches
Chief Wiggum refers to Sideshow Bob as "Switches of East-Face."
DVD cover shown.
Mentioned by name
Reference to Satan being played by Jack Nicholson
Listed as a movie directed by George Miller
mentioned in dialogue
Liz says that she snuck into the film
"Witches of Llanview" comment
Cahill calls Harvey, Mike and Louis "the Witches of Eastwick"
another film by George Miller
Mentioned by Simon.
Title is referenced
Scene from it is shown.
The title of this episode is a play on the film