movie is edited into short comedic clip
Bad guy shooting at the camera at the end of the movie.
Playing on TV when FBI searched Henry Hill's house.
The way Henry Hill presents the 'goodfellas' recalls the way Fausto introduces his friends (the 'vitelloni') during the opening scene of the film.
slow zoom-in on two characters sitting at a table by a window
Schmidt & Feuerstein talk about
Mike Starr plays the same character he did in this film
"Am I a clown, do I amuse you?"
Tom: "Does he find it amusing? Is he some sort of clown?"
Crow: "Am I a clown? Do you find me amusing?"
Elizabeth Kaitan mentions loving the movie.
Advertised on theater marquee.
Joe calls Vic Vega a "Goodfella".
Mentioned during the monologue
"What am I some kind clown?"
Tom (as Henry Hill): "Ever since I was a kid, I always wanted to be a spaceman."
Tom: "It's a planned sequence, like the opening of 'Touch of Evil' or the Copacabana scene of 'Goodfellas.'"
mentioned by Zoraida
Roger Ebert mentions several Martin Scorsese movies, including this one, in his discussion on "The Age of Innocence" (1993).
A group of men are at a table and one of them shoots another after he insults him, much like in the "Spider" scene. Also in the special edition VHS, the brothers explain how O Dogg is modeled after Joe Pesci's "Goodfellas" character, how they mimicked the voiceovers and scenes where sound is muted and the filming is done in slow motion while key characters are introduced by the protagonist.
on video store shelf (as Les Affranchis)
The narrator refers to the gangster pigeons as "Goodfeathers" in a pun on the name of this movie.
Three birds call themselves the "Goodfeathers" in honour of this movie. They protect a statue of Martin Scorsese, this film's director.
Cover on shelf in 'Karl's Video Store'
The gangsta pigeons are called "Goodfeathers" in reference to this film. Each one of their voices is based on one of the main characters from this film.
Crow (as Jimmy Two-Times): Hi, I'm Johnny Two-Times, Johnny Two-Times. Heh.
Crow emulates Ray Liotta's narration from the film.
Crumb praises the movie, but notes his daughter found it too much, and had to stop watching it.
"It's the vampire version of Goodfellas"
Both movies a murder scene involving the same actors and similar dialogue
Title mentioned during Spade in America's Hollywood Minute
Gene Siskel says he already saw "Casino" before with this film.
George Bailey calls himself a goodfella while on the set of the Martin Scorsese film.
B&B say that the Lordz of Brooklyn are imitating the Beastie Boys, House of Pain, Goodfellas and Reservoir Dogs.
Mentioned on The Joe Pesci Show
Ross calls Chandler a Goodfella because of his jewellery.
Mentioned by name
Title mentioned during the Joe Pesci Show
The title is from the movie title
When Trent asks the cocktail waitress in Vegas to meet him at the Bamboo Lounge, this is a reference to a bar Tommy and Henry burnned down in Goodfellas; The scene where they go into the basement of the Derby is a recreation of the same type of scene in Goodfellas; When they are sitting around a table discussing movies, they talk about this forementioned scene.
While watching the Lordz of Brooklyn video "Saturday Night Fever," B&B say that the group is trying to be "House of Pain, the Beastie Boys, Goodfellas and Reservoir Dogs."
Mentioned by Joe Pesci
The credits contain, "Security for Mr. Pesci - Tommy DeVito". Tommy Devito is the character that Pesci played in GoodFellas.
Fuji does the Goodfellas clown scene
Tom (as Tommy DeVito): "Are you a clown? Do you amuse me?!"
When Mike thinks he's James Lipton interviewing Ray Liotta, he asks Crow, "Are you really a 'good fellow'?"
Mentioned in opening scene.
Opening line is paraphrased by Knuckles
The priest and Carmela discuss this movie.
Mentioned in film.
Chris shoots a bakery employee in the foot for making him wait. As he leaves, the employee yells "He shot my foot!" Chris replies "It happens."
Tommy has rented this film.
"They know we're Goodfellas now."
In Shool the scene where the character Bachchu Yadav gets angry on a guy asking him to show how he does "laugh from inside" is an homage to the "I'm funny. How?" scene between Joe Pesci & Ray Liotta from Goddfellas.
Chris mentions Goodfellas
Ray Liotta mentions it.
Jimmy impersonates Tommy DeVito
Episode title "Godfellas" spoofs this movie's name.
Rita tells Monk she learned the 'lime-trick' from the film.
The monologue Count Jones gives about being in witness protection is line-for-line the same as the ending lines from Goodfellas (also about being in witness protection) except for minor variations to fit the vampire character - "I get to live eternity as a schnook" instead of "get to live the rest of my life..."
mentioned in dialogue
One character says something to the effect of "What is this the movie Goodfellas?"
Opening line is paraphrased by Knuckles
theatre students reneacting on stage the bluff scene between Pesci and Liotta
The famous "How am I funny?" scene from Goodfellas is done in Paanch when Luke scares Joy for a moment by saying "Am I a joker? Do I amuse you?"
The trunk shot during the murder sequences, with the victim lying on his back with his mouth taped shut; references the trunk shot with Billy Batts in Goodfellas.
Uncle Woody, the leader of a gang dressed like clowns, tells a story. After a henchman tells him it's funny, Woody says, "Funny how? How is it funny?"
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
Goodfellas (1990) is discussed in this movie.
Copies "You're a funny guy" scene
A shark painted as a clown repeats some lines from Joe Pesci's "Funny like a clown" scene in Goodfellas.
There is a "Goodfellas" movie poster in Lars' room.
There is a person in Goldshire named Remy "Two Times"
Referenced in Undercover Gangster
References the pink Cadillac and mink coat scene.
At one point in the film, Ariana Jollee begins apeing Robert DeNiro's performance in Goodfellas.
Discussion of the film based on Henry Hill's life
Billy Batts sports bar named after a mobster in the film
Roy & Siegfried hire Scorcese to make a film for them and they mention that he made "Raging Bull", "Goodfellas" & "Star Wars". (Although obviously he did not make the last one.)
Use of freeze frames and voiceover to introduce characters
Cover on shelf in 'Karl's Video Store'
J.D. O'Toole is killed just like a character from "Goodfellas".
correct response in "Mob Hits" category
Garbage truck scene with bodies
Derek says "I amuse you, like a clown?"
The hit on Steve is a near replica of the hit on Joe Pesci's character.
Patrick compares his script "The Clubland Murders" to it
A Bear painted as a clown repeats some lines from Joe Pesci's "Funny like a clown" scene in Goodfellas.
Posters appear throughout the film and it is mentioned as a favorite of the bookie.
numerous references with Hill as a guest
Referenced by name
Mentioned in dialog by Lawrence Davis with Kite.
correct response in "From Book to Film" category
Dupree states that he learned how to properly cut garlic from waching this movie.
Mentioned by Andrea Romano
Rob has the cinemtographer mimic the phonebooth shot from Goodfellas
Mentioned in 'New York City Stories'
Darius mentions the film by name during a pitch for "We Three Wise Guys" sketch.
After Angel gets out of the trunk, the ensuing scene is played in red light behind the car.
Dave Larson re-creates the Joe Pesci "Funny how?" scene
similar line: "As far back as I can remember, I've never lost a fight"
Mentioned in dialogue between Neil and Violet.
The title comes from the very beginning of this movie ("As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster.").
Tommy says he tried to rent this and Brokeback Mountain was in the box.
Peter says that he wanted to be an extra in this film
During questioning of Ray Liota in court, Barry Benson tells the jury that Liota isn't "a goodfella; he's a bad fella."
DVD seen attached to the wall of Neville's weapons cabinet
Frank: "This is like that one continuous take in 'Goodfellas.'"
Referenced during 'The Great American Culture Quiz' segment.
There is a scene inspired by the "You're a funny guy" scene.
Finds DVD in Spanky's room.
Shawn says, "It's one of life's little mysteries, like why the Oxygen network airs 'Goodfellas' or 'Why Fools Fall in Love.'"
There is a scene which directly refers to The "What do you mean I'm funny?!" scene from Goodfellas.
Sam calls Profaci a goodfella
Joe Pesci mentioned and quoted: "Do I look like a clown to you?"
DiNozzo: "Midnight screening of 'Goodfellas' tonight, want to come?"
Line "now take me to jail" quoted
Jon Stewart imitates scenes from Goodfellas
referenced in dialogue
Poster shown when Hewy discusses gangster movies
a Fastest Finger question has contestants put this among four Martin Scorsese films in order of release
Mentioned in Debi Mazar's background profile
Mentioned during Dennis Farina's Award in Mobsterism segment.
Title mentioned in 'Lucky' trailer
Adam Carolla mentions the film
posing as a mob godmother, Miley says, "Do I amuse you? Do you think of me as some kind of clown?"
Juliet quotes the "egg noodles and ketchup" line from "Goodfellas."
Ellen compares this movie to "A Prophet".
DVD cover shown.
poster in Ali's home
mentioned in dialogue
The title is mentioned and a scene is imitated.
The party scene is shot in a single, long shot, similar to an iconic scene in Goodfellas.
Referenced by Vinnie while introducing Robert De Niro on "La Rivista della Televisione"
Referenced in the epilogue
Story told with voiceover and freeze frames
Movie mentioned when Judge Debi is introduced
"Not since Goodfellas has there been a track shot so smooth."
Title mentioned by Gary Oldman during interview
Joey asks the chefs which of them loves the film
Joey says it's his favorite movie
The giant (as Tommy DeVito) says, "Do I amuse you? Am I some sort of clown to you?"
Conan mentions the kitchen scene in Goodfellas
Kartina Richardson mentions that Martin Scorsese directed the film
mentioned in dialogue
mentioned by Andy
when Josi says that she doesn't want Alex to accompany her to the party, he replies that he'll stay home and watch "Goodfellas" instead.
Hodges mentions to Catherine that one of the cars he finds when reviewing CCTV footage is the same model as one that was used in Goodfellas.
Title mentioned while introducing Ray Liotta and during interview
Quoted lines throughout
Margaret mentions that her only issue with the Academy is that they gave Best Film to Dances with Wolves instead of Goodfellas.
Conan says Andy was acting like Joe Pesci in Goodfellas
Christy says that the long tracking shot in "Hugo" is reminiscent of the one in the film
Referenced by Barack Obama (Fred Armisen) in the cold opening
Title mentioned during Gary Oldman interview
Poster of Joe Pesci as Tommy DeVito on the wall of Sævar K's room..
The scene where they enter the nightclub is an elaborate recreation of a well known scene in Goodfellas.
mentioned by Malcolm
"You're funny. You amuse me."
The film is about the making of an homage/spoof to Goodfellas
The movie is mentioned by name.
Mentioned by Mike
Jay mentions the film while commenting on Henry Hill's death
Bradley Cooper suggests that people watch the film to check out Robert De Niro's walk
Eddie: "An average nobody who gets to live the rest of my life as a schnook?"
Shirley tells Steve to watch "Goodfellas", and he might learn something about the mob.
DVD in Snob's collection
film poster shown
Chris Tucker says that when Robert De Niro invited him to his trailer at 2 a.m., he was scared like it was De Niro's character in the film
Tommy mentions Goodfellas during his parole hearing.
The black-and-white movie Karen watches on television in her house
Clips from the workprint are shown.
A clip is shown in the teaser for the next episode: "Breakthrough Stars of 1991".
Clips are shown for many of the year's Oscar-nominated movies, including this one.
This film is #94 on the list.
#3 on Ebert's list.
Clips are shown
Clips are shown.
Footage from this film was edited into this mini-serires.
Features clips from this title.
Clips are used in the documentary.
Clips are shown
This film is #92 on the list.
Some clips from this movie are shown in a segment on Tommy DeVito.
Opening credits over Tony Bennett's singing
This film is #2 on the "Gangster" list.
Footage shown in the sketch 'Samual L. Jackson dies a lot in the movies'
Clips shown in a Martin Scorcese tribute
Jonah Hill's #1 favorite movie
Clip included in montage of Robert De Niro films
Bart's breif career as a Mafia taskboy parallels the rise of Henry Hill in GoodFellas.
Sketch called 'Martin Scorsese's Badfellas'
Spoofed during the monologue
Spoofed in "The Goodfeathers" segment.
A group of gangsta pigeons call themselves "The Goodfeathers" in honour of this movie, they're all based on the three main characters from this film and their voices are impressions of them. The "How am I funny? Like a clown?" scene is spoofed multiple times with things such as "What do you mean I look busy? You sayin' I look busy to you?!"
Spoofed in the "Hiccup" Goodfeathers segment
Spoofed in the Goodfeathers segments
Spoofed in the "Dough Dough Boys" Goodfeathers segment
Spoofed during the cold opening
Jay imagines himself in "Goodfellas 2"
Spoofs numerous scenes, including Tommy's 'I'm funny?' speech, the Spider death scene and many more.
Spoofed in a skit
The entrance of Ben Sobel and Jelly at the meeting near the end
Several lines, including "Until now, I always wanted to be a gangster" and "Get a load of the ball bearings on this guy", echo lines from Goodfellas
A scene is spoofed when characters talk about the mafia.
Tim's intro, in which he introduces the main characters during brief still shots, mimics the intro to this film
A poster for a film called "Badfellas" is visible in some parts of the city.
a segment featuring lesbian characters in the roles of Italian-Americans
Phill Jupitus spoofs the scene where Henry Hill says Tommy DeVito is funny
A movie poster can be spotted during the mission "Menace". The movie poster says "BadFellas" on it, a parody of "GoodFellas".
The "What do you mean I'm funny?!" scene is parodied with one of the film's cast members.
beating scenes are parodied
A group of I.T. guys also independent filmmakers apply mob scenes to their day jobs.
the opening scene spoofs the opening scene of this film
thte title and numerous scenes from the film are spoofed
the long track sequence of Nelson taking Bart through the back door of the cafeteria
When the three frogs throw the mini bowler hat into the trunk of their car the shot is mimicked from Goodfellas.
Opening Homage spoofed Goodfellas
Francine's voice over about Stan as a meter maid is based on Karen's voice over about Henry Hill as a gangster.
Numerous references: Ray Liotta repeating many nuances, Ronnie ramming Patton Oswalt's head into an oven, Ronnie mimicking Joe Pesci's shooting style, Harrison beating Ronnie's head into the ground.
Gary imitates Joe Pesci's famous "What do you mean I'm funny?" scene, but with changed lines.
The bulk of the episode spoofs "Goodfellas": The study group forms a mafia "family," and Abed's narration mimics that of Henry Hill.
Riley watches the film and dialogue is referenced
end of episode which tells the characters fates as "My Way" plays
Short parody of "Goodfellas."
When Billy Boots comes to the restaurant it follows the scene of when Billy Batts visits the restaurant. The only change in dialouge is rather than shining shoes, it is about Gibby removing his shirt. When Billy gets beat down they even include Donovan's Atlantis playing in the background.