Beauty and the Beast (1991)
The "Be Our Guest" number is reminiscent of the kitchen dance in the number "Position and Positioning."
The "Belle" musical number is a director homage to the "Icabod Crane" number in both the animation and situation.
The Beast is given the same haircut as the Cowardly Lion
Mentioned by Mike.
Belle costume on a mannequin.
Belle and the Beast appear in the "Happily Ever After Earth" skit.
Beast, Lumiere, & Belle appear in the game; Gaston makes a cameo as Mizrabel's ego.
The Beast appears in the Fresh Beasts Band skit.
Ross mentions the movie by name.
"Why are you dress as Belle from Beauty and the Beast?"
Twilight sings and says hello to everypony much like Belle did in "This Provincial Town".
The dinner appliances coming to life to serve the dinner party are similar to the "Be Our Guest" sequence.
seen in skit
Narrator Ted mentions the movie by name.
Hewy discusses Disney movies that used CGI backgrounds.
Artwork from the castle appears as part of Rainbow Caverns
Angela Lansbury's role as Miss Potts mentioned
Hewy discusses Alan Menken's work in Disney movies
Hewy says Brenda Chapman served as head of story for this movie.
Listed as a movie made in the Disney Animated Renaissance
"Did you know that the same guy who voiced the candle in Beauty and the Beast was also on Law & Order?"
recognizes David Ogden Stiers as Cogsworth
Poster shown when Hewy discusses Disney knock-offs
Mentioned as the first of only 3 animated features to be nominated for Best Picture.
Amy mentions the movie by name.
Still from the movie shown as Hewy discusses animated wolf movies
Poster shown when Hewy talks about Disney around the time of the release of "Freddie as FRO7"
Ebert compares the movie to "The Hunchback of Notre Dame"
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his review of Cinderella (1950)
Jakob Steggelmann mentions next week's main review, the upcoming Danish theatrical release of the film
discusses the original when mentioning the inferior sequel
Hewy says Alan Menken composed the songs in this movie
When Belle drops the teacup and picks it up she say's there's a chip in it. This is referencing Chip the teacup from Disney's Beauty and the Beast.
mentioned among kids' movies that are done right
mentioned in dialogue
This film is mentioned.
Disney's The Beast appears in "The Big Wrap Party Tonight "
the film of this episode's topic.
Referenced as preceding "The Enchanted Christmas".
Jackson Murphy says it's his favorite film
a Jaywalking participant mentions that he's seen the film
Honorable mention for the top movie musicals
This episode shares a title with the movie. Every sepisode so far this season has had a Disney reference of some sort.
One of the downloaded content for the game is a Bell costume.
clips are shown
Critic claims that Kaylee is a ripoff of Belle.
Critic: "...the missing Beauty and the Beast song: 'Be Our Hostage'!"
Jenna says there hasn't been a white Disney princess since 1991
Mentioned by Sam in reference to Kensi and Deeks.
Belle seen on the Disney Princess poster.
Included in a $7,500 question
A statue of the Beast and many of the castle's Gargoyles appear in the Dark Beauty Castle stage, with the rooftop gargoyles Gaston destroys playing a key part in the endgame
Included in a $2,000 question
in the alternate disney universe is a singing tea kettle
Referenced in the "They Want to Laugh" song
The dress Roger is wearing when the Smiths come to pick him up at the amusement park resembles Belle's gold ballroom gown.
Beast's Castle is a playable world
Belle & The Beast appear in the Hollow Bastion world.
Referenced by name
Billie Piper mentions the film.
The Nerd found a Belle figure in his Ghost Buster figure collection.
One of the Strippers / Siren's aliases is named after the lead girl Belle
mentioned by Michael Eisner
Eliza wears the same golden gown as Belle
Features a world based on this film
Mentioned in one of the questions. The Disney version was specified.
mentioned in dialogue; sings song from movie
Disney's Belle was one of those princesses appearing in a poster.
Referenced in Inside the Disndey Vault
Mentioned in dialogue
TV Funhouse segment about Disney Vault makes up sequel names in parody, including "Beauty and the Beast's Hawaiian Adventure"
A doll resembling Belle is seen among young Tiana's toys.
In Daytime Talk Show, Greg says, "Tune in next week for 'Beauty and the Beast: Half Men-Half Beasts...and the Women Who Love Them.'"
Thomas refers to the film.
Mentioned by name
Is showing at the cinema in the future.
Erik Estrada is taking his family to the show.
This title is referenced in the dialogue as well as the episode title
Courtney mentions Lumiere from this movie.
Bunny quotes Gaston's "Take whatever booty you can find" line
Video seen in video rental story
A titlecard says "Butane and the beast"
Ally says it's her favorite movie
Ham mentions that Clara comes from a place where inanimated objects come to life.
The transformation scene was parodied in this episode.
Francine is cast as Mrs. Potts in a play based on the film.
When Marshall says "If it's not Baroque, don't fix it".
Robert's costume at the ball is similar to that of the Beast's dancing costume. Also the soap opera stars Paige O'Hara, the voice of Belle, and the soap opera's background music is the title song and the scene itself is similar to the bandaging scene. Also, the dance steps and the sweeping camera moves during the ballroom dance (i.e. the chandelier) are the same camera angles that are used in Beauty and the Beast during their dance together.
The two German shepards in the family are named "Beauty" and "Beast".
Features Belle and the Beast
Numerous animators talk about working on this film
Paige O'Hara performs her songs from the film
18:37 Popping champagne corks
the special effects when Rider is healed is reminiscent of the beast being healed when the spell is broken.
There's level based on this movie in there.
image of Belle and the Beast
Lumiere and the song "Be Our Guest" are in the movie.
Belle & The Beast appear at Hollow Bastion.
Belle, Beast, Mrs. Potts, and Chip appear in the ending sequence
In the sequence where they are escaping the Fairy Godmothers factory two workers turn into the clock and candelabra from Beauty and the Beast
Mrs. Potts shaped teapot on the dining table before Max sets off to college.
Ben mentions "Belle and the Little Mermaid"
Mrs. Potts and Chip are among the belongings at Porter and Clayton's camp in the jungle.
Belle can be seen during the out there sequence.
Carrigan Crittenden as a ghost, when tricked into saying she had no unfinished business, began to shoot out rays of light from her body, like the beast in the end of Beauty and the Beast
Video case is shown in a video store.
A child can be seen wearing a Mrs. Potts costume.
Penguin tells Catwoman "You're Beauty and the Beast".
A figurine of the Beast from this movie is among the Sultan's toys.
clip shown when discussing 2D animated films
Clips of Gaston, Monseiur D'Arke, and LeFou shown.
"Stool Dog" takes #1
Critic introduces a new, more vulgar song in place of Be Our Guest.
The Beast/The Prince ranks at #4
"Beauty and the Beast" plays.
"The Mob Song" takes #3
movie's soundtrack is reviewed
The falling death of Gaston.
The Nostalgia Chick criticizes Disney films
MarzGurl inserts phony narration over a scene.
"Beauty and the Beast" is at the #1 spot.
"Might as well turn into Beauty and the Beast and as they start singing about what a bookworm she is."
talks about the original
Beauty and the Beast is the #3 Best Animated Film.
Critic briefly lip-synchs one of Belle's songs
Quick shot of Beauty and the Beast. No dialogue.
clip of Belle running in the field
Clip shown to introduce actress Paige O'Hara.
A clip is shown.
Gaston is at the number 5 spot.
"Ode To Disney Animated Movies" segment
Brett's Secret Movie Confession
VHS/DVD release of the Special Edition reviewed + footage used
This film is #7 on the "Animated" list.
behind-the scenes footage and clips shown
A clip from the movie is shown.
Clips are shown
Featured in Episode Six
The song "Beauty and the Beast" is #62 on the list.
Footage shown as the host gives a summary of the story
Musical number "Be Our Guest"
One of the songs featured is the video's main song, "Be Our Guest"
Belle and Gaston show up.
Belle is among the Disney princesses who appears in "The Real Housewives of Disney" segment.
The chamber pot joins in on the singing with the Beast's other appliances.
Spoofed in the song "Just the Same Old Heroine"
The segment called "Beast and the Beauties"
Spoofed in Beauty and the Beast sketch
In the Disney universe, Joe is an enchanted coffee pot like Mrs. Potts.
All of the songs in the "Witch One" segment spoof the music of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast."
quagmire and the maid are dancing in a castle similar to the scene when belle and the beast are dancing in beauty and the beast
Mr Burns sings a song "See My Vest" which is a spoof of the "Be Our Guest" musical number in this film.
Song "See My Vest" is a parody of the song "Be Our Guest" from this movie.
Jay and Valerie are shown in a musical number titled "Beauty and King Dork" parodying the movie
When Wayne and Garth begin to play their song, a crowd of people rushes the dance floor and kicks off Belle and the Beast.
When Dot and the Dictator dance in the ballroom, Belle and the Beast dance in together and then dance offscreen just like the ballroom scene in this movie.
Is a parody of this movie with parody songs and the like (She's a Pest is a parody of Be Our Guest and so on)
One of the puzzles involves matchmaking a beautiful girl with a prince, cursed to take the image of a beast.
The song "Beauty and the Bees" is played at the beginning
The opening song "Mountain Town" spoofs the opening song from Beauty & the Beast "Belle".
Fiona's transformation into an orge is similar to when the beast becomes a human.
Yzma's falling while screaming is based on Gaston's.
In the scene where they show "footage" from the musical about Mother Theresa, she sings the song "Food", which is a spoof of "Be Our Guest".