movie is edited into short comedic clip
"You dirty rat!" (said in Cagney voice)
Casey Jones mentions it.
The eye masks.
Casey refers to the farm as "The Farm That Time Forgot".
Michelangelo mimics Rocky.
Michaelangelo mentions it.
In the opening report on crime, April O'Neil asks "Who we gonna call?"
Donatello compares April and Casey's argument to the show.
Raphael watches this film in the cinema.
The Elvis Presley statue in April's apartment is the same one from Screetch's parents house.
Mike likens the drunken antics of Rodney, Jevon and Mickey to "Ninja Turtles".
Poster can be seen in Star Chow's bedroom
Phil Cool mentions a Geriatric Kung Fu Tortoise movie
Michelle guesses the film during a game of picture charades
Robbie has a Teenage Mutuant Ninja Caveman poster
A variation of the title is mentioned.
Leonardo shows up for a cameo.
Video in video rental store
The characters of these movie are mentioned. While there is a cartoon TV series, this film is the one popular while thise movie was under production.
TMNT surfing in space
Sub-Zero's mask is identical to Shredder's.
Michael interviews a Walmart employee about nunchuks being sold to turtles
Joey Fatone kills the ninja turtle with Corey Feldman's voice
paraphrasing title & referenced by character Stingray
Shedder helmet on shelf from the first movie. Most of second.
dvd cover shown as part of Jerry's life while at Circuit City
The Nostalgia Critic addresses the criticism that "Surf Ninjas" ripped off "TMNT".
Quote: "Ninjas?..Cowabunga..Those were turtles"
James comments that the Brain is proof that an animatronic Krang would been possible to have been made for any of the first three Ninja Turtle movies.
A photo-Op of the live-action Ninja Turtles are shown
Image of The Shredder shown.
Poster is shown.
"Best hurry, Master Tatsu is getting away."
Poster shown when Hewy discusses super-hero movies
mentioned among the Critic's guilty pleasures.
Turtle with hat? Fools'em.
seen among ERod's DVD collection
AVGN says the Predator head resembles Casey Jones' mask
"That's gonna cost ya, Tinkerbell."
There is a mission called "Turtle Killer", where the hero has to kill four, pizza eating turtles in the sewers.
The Turtles are watching the Aesop and Son retelling of Tortise Beats Hare on April's TV.
Kid is playing arcade version in Foot hideout
Cited in the segment on the violent and depressing movies children watch. Scenes include the murder of the ninja master.
Roger Ebert uses clips to introduce the "For Kids?" category, although Gene Siskel disliked the picture more than he.
Clips are shown.
Footage from the film is used when Colt climbs the sewer.
Clips are shown and talked about.
Clips are shown and talked about.
Reviewed, clips shown
The Critic mentions reviewing all three TMNT films in a row.
clips are shown
After Raphael sees Critters, he says, "where do they come up with this stuff?"
Clips from this film are seen.
The Foot Clan hideout is compared to the monsters' lair
Clips used to show puppets.
Critic playfully edits the movie around, imitating the awful editing of Blair Witch 2.
recalls the awesome way the costumes used to look
Raph wonders where they come up with this stuff
Michelangelo and the Foot Ninja compare nunchuck skills like the scene where Billy Lo and Pasqual compare nunchuck skills before their face off.
The Shredder is like Darth Vader. He wears a Samurai inspired helmet and talks in a deep, menacing voice. He even says "I am your father" in his speech to his gang. And Splinter is like Yoda. An elderly and wise mentor.
The movie is a Ninja Turtles spoof. Plus, the '90 TMNT movie is specifically mentioned by the characters.
One of the Merry Men impersonates a TMNT after knocking off an enemy.
dialog quoted in spoofing way