Mr. Fellows mentions watching it.
Movie poster at Mondo Video
Mentioned on Weekend Update
Mentioned in film.
Bobby lists movie with Denzel Washington
The Onscreen creative team making the film within a film lists this movie among their real life credits
Character mentions it by name
One of the films on the list
correct response in "Hey! Take My Picture!" category
Shawn tells Gus that he could dress up like Denzel Washington in "Glory".
Michael Richards speech to Stan Marsh references the speech made by Denzel Washington to Andre Braugher about be "nothing but an ugly ass chimp".
parts of the score are played
incorrect answer to $50,000 question
Shawn says, "Gus looked like Denzel Washington in 'Glory.'"
When Matthew learns that his great-great grandfather fought in the Civil War, he talks about playing the role of Col. Robert Gould Shaw in "Glory."
a still is shown during Jay Smith's segment
Mike mentions this as his favorite movie
Brad thought this movie was funnier than Desmond Pfeiffer.
Kate says, "I would pick up that camera and forge ahead like Denzel picked up the flag in 'Glory.'"
Mentioned by T-Money.
excerpts, especially as soldiers' letters are read
Clips are shown
This film is #31 on the list.
Shown during In Memoriam montage (Freddie Francis)
Numerous references to Glory (1989) and music score used for key scenes. The soldier training spoofs the training in Glory (1989), the pre-battle discussion between Detective Mandy and Jerry Jabba is based on pre-battle reflections between Col. Robert Gould Shaw and Private Trip prior to the attack on Fort Wagner, and Mandy's selfless charge onto the battlefield to motivate his troops to break cover spoofs Col. Shaw's doing so, including Detective Dave taking up Mandy's machete, being gunned down and falling onto Mandy's body, as Private Trip does when Shaw is killed. This is all followed by an emotional, but disastrous charge by the resistance soldiers, in the same way the 54th Massachusetts Regiment does so after Col. Shaw and Private Trip are killed in Glory (1989).
Speech at end of episode, including music