Say Anything... (1989)
Clip shown at start of Say Anything spoof
Diane tells Lloyd that he "should be on 'The 700 Club.'"
The "manuscript" that was burned in the BBQ pit was a critic's review of this movie.
An Itchy and Scratchy cartoon is called "Spay Anything".
Video case is shown in a video store.
The last scene with Homer and Marge is similar to a scene in Say Anything where John Cusack helps Ione Skye through her fear of flying
When David leaves Frankie he says that he'll see her tomorrow. She replies that it is tomorrow just like in Say Anything
Like Lloyd Dobler in "Say Anything...," Otto holds up a boombox and plays a song for his girlfriend.
Robbie holds up a boombox to get Tyler's attention as he walks down the street
Van tells Gwen's parents he's looking for a "dare to be great situation," quoting Lloyd Dobbler
Hal shows up at Lucky Aide holding a stereo over his head the same way John Cusack did in Say Anything.
poster at chick flick fest
Revisits dialogue involving Joan Cusack
Stan holds a boombox over his head and plays a Peter Gabriel song
Lorelai tells Rory that Luke stood outside the house all night playing "In Your Eyes" on a boom box.
referenced when Josey is stalking his old girlfriend Julie
Title of this film appears on screen.
When Josh holds his radio over his head outside Emily's house. Although the song playing is not "In Your Eyes" the reference is still a visual homage
briefly mentioned by one of the characters
a girl says she hasn't seen this movie
Meredith says: "Hold a radio over my head outside your window."
Ellen Pierce says that a transvestite hooker she met said a photo of Ted looked like John Cusack in this movie, his/her favorite of Cusack's.
A scene from the movie is re-enacted
Hurley mentions the radio scene in "Say Anything" when talking to Sayid.
VHS cover shown.
Jeffrey holds up a boombox playing Peter Gabriel's "In Your Eyes" just like Lloyd in the film
Heather's boyfriend holds up a boombox to serenade her. This is a famous scene from Say Anything.
Dustin is called "Dobler"
mentioned in dialogue
A boy that has a crush on Tanya stands outside her apartment holding a boombox above his head.
Coach Z standing in front of Marzipan's house holding a boombox refers to this movie
Included in a $25,000 question
Film is discussed
mentioned by Callie
Henry talks about standing under Scarlet's window, holding a boombox over his head.
suggestion made to go to a girl's house with a boombox to win her back
Fred mentions it.
incorrect answer to a $250,000 question
"I'd stand outside your apartment all night holding up a boom box except you told me you hate 80s music."
Gas-N-Sip is mentioned which is a convenience store from Say Anything
At the 80's party House and Cuddy are attending: A guy, dressed like John Cusack's character, is standing in the corner, holding a boom box over his head.
Included in a $15,000 question
Referenced by name
Olive references the film when she's asking to herself "Whatever happened to chivalry? Does it only exist in '80s movies? I want John Cusack holding a boombox outside my window"; Todd plays music outside Olive's window, in the same style that John Cusack's character, "Lloyd Dobler".
Referenced by John Cusack in "2012 Dalmatians"
Minion holds the boom box over his head
Dan mentions the boombox scene.
Brandi held up high a player while asking for forgiveness from Milo
The main character is holding up his stereo in a similiar way.
Answer to question in Characters From Movies category
Dave mocking Simon Daldry and Big Corporation's suggestions to stand outside Aubrey's house.
Mozzie mentions the hoisting of the boombox.
Mentioned by Kevin Smith
Referenced in dialogue
referenced in dialogue
Mentioned by name.
Robbie holds up a boombox over his head in an attempt to win back Wendy.
"Say Anything..." is among the DVDs lying on Beca's bed.
mentioned in dialogue
Andy says he could play a song for Caroline outside of her apartment, but it would be hard to find a boombox in 2012.
Joy's tutors grandmother is a big fan of the movie
Stefan Salvatore tells Rebekah about Lloyd Dobler standing outside Diane Court's house "with a boom box over his head."
Roman asks what would have happened if he showed up at Sasha's old home with a 'boom box and Peter Gabriel blasting'.
Ted mentions the movie by name.
boombox scene / "In Your Eyes"
Video case is shown.
Annie describes the iconic boombox scene from the movie.
Adam has a Say Anything... movie poster on his bedroom wall.
Raj is giving ideas for romance to Penny: "hold a boombox above your head". Penny says: - That's "Say Anything"
Character has detailed plan to win his ex-girlfriend back by reenacting the "boombox scene".
Exterminator van reads "Spray Anything".
Mason does his own lame Lloyd Dobler imitation, holding a boombox over his head to try to woo Chloe into getting back together with him, and Bennett admits to avoiding the cliche
Zoe says she needs to perform a big romantic gesture like in this film.
mentioned in dialogue
Alan stands outside Lyndsey's window playing a song on a boombox to try to win her back
To make a bold gesture towards Lolly, Jamie holds up a boombox outside her place.
referenced in dialgoue
Footage from this film was edited into this mini-series.
Jeffrey watches this movie
a clip is shown during a montage of John Cusack's films
a clip is shown in a montage of John Cusack films
clip of Lloyd (John Cusack) holding a tape player up outside of Diane's (Ione Skye) window
Clip used in review.
Principal Scampi serenades Wyatt with a boombox.
Phil holds a boom box over his head.
Tim holds a boombox playing "I Want You Back" to Marsha looking out of her window
Oscar "serenades" Lucille with a boombox held over his head
Recreates the boombox scene, with a twist
the kiss from this movie is recreated
Grant holds up a boombox and wears the same clothes Lloyd wore
Stan holds Gabriel Byrne over his head and forces him to sing "In Your Eyes" to Francine
Travis spoofs the Peter Gabriel "In Your Eyes" sequence.
spoofed during the monologue
The cookie girl tries to get the grumpy man's attention by holding a boombox over her head.
Herbert reenacts the scene with John Cusack and the Radio
Spoofed in Say Anything sketch
Main character gets an idea from watching the film
the famous boombox scene
Lifting the boombox above the head
"I gave her my heart. She gave me a jar." Also, the famous boombox scene is re-enacted.
Rigby holds boombox over his head and plays a tape.
Adam attempts to show his affection for Dana by copying Lloyd Dobler's ghetto blaster scene from Say Anything.
Brad does a spoof of the movie by holding a boombox high in the air while wearing a long coat as a mock love gesture.
Parodied when Hutch is outside Axl's window
Storm-E Holds up a phonograph playing Cloud-E's "happy song" outside her dormroom, parodying the "stereo scene" from this film.
Neil holds up his radio at Chris's window