My Left Foot (1989)
In the discussion of "The Field" (1990), Siskel mentions that Jim Sheridan directed Daniel Day-Lewis to a Best Actor Oscar for this movie.
Referenced during the "Hear My Song" review.
Referenced during the "The Last of the Mohicans" review.
the movie's title is printed on one of Jay's socks
Jay says he doesn't want Duke to change the film
Larry mentions during a sketch
Fran mentions Daniel Day-Lewis and his left foot.
Title mentioned during final round.
When Monica asks if anyone has seen her - fake - left boob, to which Joey replies that he loved that movie, meaning My Left Foot.
Mentioned on Sprockets
In his review of "Masterminds" (1997), Gene Siskel mentions that Brenda Fricker won an Oscar for this movie.
Referenced by Yakko
talked about in the movie
ChaCha uses the title as his name for Walter.
Nicole references the movie.
Used as an example of how easy it is to win an award if you portray a disabled.
Brian refers to Jerry as "My Left Foot".
While examining a severed leg, Ducky reminisces about the story of Christy Brown.
Kate lists a series of films where people won Oscars for playing disabled people, this is one.
Lorelai talks about doing a rendition of the film while entertaining the construction crew with her Daniel Day-Lewis retrospective.
Daniel Day-Lewis wins the Oscar over Tom Cruise for this film.
movie mash-up answer: My Left Footloose
Jay holds up a pair of slippers and says that they look like Daniel Day Lewis wore them in the film
Listed as one of the movies Jim Sheridan directed
one of the DVDs Jay and Mike give Plinkett
Mentioned in dialogue.
Rob Zombie mentions a 'My Left Foot shoe'
Referenced by Anthony Crispino on Weekend Update
Jay says Daniel Day-Lewis will play Lance Armstrong in a film called "My Left Nut"
mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned in dialogue
Ron jokes that the severed foot is Daniel Day-Lewis'.
"Personally, I will stick with My Left Foot, thank you very much."
Lou tells Will not to "do the 'My Left Foot' thing," or she'll leave.
Referenced by Lucifer.
Mentioned by Susanna.
A scene reference in Jeff Crispi's counseling sessions,
Ebert's #3 pick.
A segment from this film is featured.
Trailer for My Right Foot
Jim Carrey in a spoof of "My Left Foot" and "Fist of Fury"
Stewie does a musical rendition of My Left Foot
redone as the porn "my left nut"