Look Who's Talking (1989)
scenes are taken from this film
It follows the movie
Mikey smashes one of the items in Albert's office, saying, "Take that, Tonto!"
James asks Albert if he knows which stuffed animal is Mikey's favorite: Fred or Barney.
In one scene Molly says she looks like she could play a zombie in NOTLD
Mikey plays with one of the figurines in Albert's office, calling it "Skeletor."
Mentioned on Plug Away with Harvey Fierstein
Marilyn mentions Matt went to see this
The film is mentioned by Sophie
Sally and Fiona go to see this before being ejected from the cinema
Movie poster at Mondo Video
This film's title is featured on a movie theater marquee.
Parker says, "I haven't been this baffled by a big turnout since 'Look Who's Talking.'"
Homer wants to see "Look Who's Oinking" at the Googoplex.
Crow: (In a scene with a baby) At least we're not hearing Bruce Willis make snide comments.
Video box on shelf in Karl's Video Store
Movie is mentioned.
video box on counter in video store
The title is a reference to the title of the movie.
In the Entertainment District level, Bart wants to see Look Who's Oinking, a reference to the title.
Kirstie Alley said in this documentary/short that she had bought the background sets from "Look Who's Talking" (that she starred in).
Mentioned in Plug Away
joke title mentioned during "The Vagina Game"
Michael pretends to speak for Hannah's baby and refers to this movie.
Referenced by title in segment "Celebreties".
John Travolta says his daughter has seen the movie
John Travolta movie titles are used as first-round category titles
The director says the commercial would be kinda like "Look who's talking"
Alan suggests titles for the movie about Charlie's life; his first suggestion is 'Look Who's Stalking', referencing his long relationship with his stalker Rose.
"...'Look Who's Talking' boy-and-his-dog route..."
mentioned by Cleveland
Quentin mentions the Look Who's Talking trilogy.
Referenced in Bruce Willis's opening monologue
When Hercules and Urania go under water, they resemble sperm, so Snob adds 'I Get Around' to the soundtrack, resembling the 'impregnating' scene from this movie.
Clips are shown for the review. Two thumbs up.
This film is featured in this episode.
Footage, photos, making of
"The Art of the Spit Take" segment
Binford holiday video line includes sampled parody "Look Who's Caulking"
Melanie mentions the movie title of the German dubbed version.