It (1990 TV Mini-Series)
based on the same book
Crow: "It's 'It'!"
A scary clown is called "It" by several characters.
One of the auditions for the position of Live-In-Tutor resembles Pennywise the Clown.
Title referenced by Gary MacDonald
The doll appears behind the sheets, similar to Pennywise in It, both Stephen King stories.
Stewie sees an evil looking clown at a game stand and says "it looks like something out of Stephen King"
In the beginning, Rose Darko is reading the Stephen King's original novel.
Flashbacks showing growing friendships.
girl says that Stephen King's It didn't help her fear of clowns
It is mentioned in a magazine. Also, photograph is shown.
Ted Halverson: "I found her strength and gave her motivation. I told her if she didn't deliver, I'll let the evil clown out of the sewer."
Character is called "Big Bill" in a Stephen King-inspired production. In It, it's Bill Denbrough, in The Mist it's Billy Drayton.
The end of the Stephen King sketch involves "a giant freakin' spider."
Snob mentions it.
The Critic says he'll review it next week
Overview on Stephen King adaptions
The Critic compares the scene of the gang taking a picture to the usual schtick from old Apple Jacks commercials
mentioned by Darth Stewie to enrage Chris/ Luke
"He looks like the love child of Pennywise and Arnold from Hey Arnold."
A reference to Pennywise the Clown as the clown coling from the bus station looks at Audrey Parker 2
The killer clown references.
A guy in a clown suit has a nametag that says "Tim Curry Clown"
"That's how Georgie got killed in It!"
demonic clown is dressed exactly like Pennywise
Evil clown with sharp teeth
An evil clown lurks in the storm drain by Lefty's.
Pennywise jumps out of a door and kills Jack Skellingcritic
Video case is shown.
"When it's a time for panic, who knew that Pinkie Pie would be on Pennywise's side?"
Mentioned in dialogue
Pennywise's laugh is the Critic's ringtone.
Daniel Karras comes from the fictional town of Derry, Maine, which serves as the location for It.
Ashley Benson mentions the mini-series while discussing her father's fascination with clowns
"I can't wait for later when he turns into a clown and murders a kid in the sewer."
wicked clown characterization borrowed
When discussing 'It' from 'It Follows', James and Mike jokingly suggest the 'It' is Tim Curry.
The creature is credited as "It" which is a reference to this TV movie.
[of Ronald McDonald] "A clown who's a surprisingly slower killer than Pennywise."
A still of Pennywise is shown
In an early scene a radio DJ plays a song by the fictitious band Kiss Me Fatboy. This is a reference to a line by Pennywise the Clown.
Rich Evans tries to mimic Tim Curry's voice in It
title is mentioned
The movie the children are watching when they drop drinks and popcorn on the bullies.
Seen on TV.
Clips are shown
Clips are shown
movie is reviewed
Tim Curry's "Prince Albert" line is briefly inserted
clips are shown during intro
Clip is shown.
The death mark scene is recalled
Pennywise makes an appearance.
clips shown during prologue
Pennywise is seen during prologue
Pennywise appears during prologue
Pennywise and the balloon scene are recalled
His review of the film is a runner-up
Pennywise says they float
Pennywise shoots Jack Skellingcritic during the Nostalgia-ween intro, and movie clips are shown
Clips shown while discussing the fear of clowns.
other King adaptations the Critic has reviewed
movie is reviewed
movie clip is shown
another film adaptation of King's work
audio of "they all float down here"
Long John (Tim Curry) is on the lifeboat peeping over the ship, he urges Jim Hawkins closer and then suddenly pulls him overboard. This scene bears strong resemblance to the Georgie scene.
Spoofed in the "It" segment
evil clown in the sewer
killer wears clown mask and kills kids
Bubbles is a spoof of Pennywise
Stop-motion Pennywise shoots the Critic in the Nostalgiaween opening.