Garrison's quote ''At least my reputation is still fine with people watching "Laugh In".
A cinema marquise displays the movie's title. The cinema where Oswald hides himself.
The Killing of JFK book references the Oliver Stone movie.
film poster shown
Solomon Hancock mention the movie
Title mentioned and discussed during Gary Oldman interview
referenced in clue in "Famous Ivy Leaguers" category
Poster is shown.
DiNozzo attributes a quote to Joe Pesci, that really belongs to Winston Churchill
Included in a $1,000 question
Mentioned in the sheriff's "no reason" opening monologue.
referenced in clue in "Feat of Clay" category
Dennis says he didn't think Waterworld was as "well executed" as this film.
Malone tells JFK that he learned about his Vietnam policy from the Oliver Stone movie
A poster is featured.
Seen on video store shelf in 'Video Review'
Oliver Stone is interviewed on the set of "JFK."
Video case is shown.
Milhouse quotes JFK line "We're through the looking glass here, people"
Crow: Back and to the left.
"The film JFK"
Interview subjects discuss JFK.
Lisa claims Homer's prints could have gotten on the gun another way, just like JFK claims Oswald's prints could have gotten on the rifle another way.
The music over the closing credits is a reference to the film's score.
Skinner is on the corner of Lafayette and Camp Streets, an address used by L. H. Oswald, as pointed out by Jim Garrison, while at that location, in JFK.
Mentioned in Directors on Directing
mentioned on Wayne's World Oscar review
Tom: "Hey, Kevin Costner as Jim Garrison"
Joel: "I saw this in 'JFK.'"
Referenced in dialogue.
Mentioned by James Lipton in the introduction, still images from the movie are shown, and Kevin Costner talks about the movie.
Oliver Stone alludes to the film
Referenced in the dialogue: "I'm no stranger to conspiracy. I saw JFK."
Mentioned in the "Oliver Stoneland" segment
Naomi rents a DVD copy for her and Violet to watch
The movie title was written on the answer board of Jigen's crossword puzzle.
Timon describes himself as "A mystery wrapped inside a riddle inside a burrito", which is a shot at David Ferrie (Joe Pesci)'s famous line:"It's a mystery wrapped inside a riddle inside an enigma!"
References the assassination as depicted in the film
Video case is shown in a video store.
"What we have here is a Kennedy assassination-style bullet theory here."
Video case is shown in a video store.
Question "regarding gunman on the grassy knoll" directed at character played by Kevin Bacon, who was previously in Oliver Stone's JFK, which dealt with conspiracy theories regarding Kennedy's death
A short clip
clip from the film
Clip included; editing analysed.
Uses footage from the Oliver Stone film and debunks its theories.
Clip shown in 'Best hairdos' fake nominees and quotes montage
the assassination scene is spoofed including the Umbrella Man
Jay shows a clip from the extended director's cut
The Guest-directed episode of Itchy & Scratchy by Oliver Stone is a parody of this movie featuring Itchy & Scratchy as characters.
Jerry, Kramer, and Newman parody the "Magic Bullet" scene from "JFK". Wayne Knight (Newman) starred in "JFK" and was actually part of the scene where Kevin Costner, who plays D.A. Jim Garrison, re-enacts the path of the "magic bullet" for the jury.
Jay shows a clip from the eight-hour director's cut of the film
Guybrush tries to convince VanHelgen that the shot came from a "grassy knoll".
Joey, furious at being passed over, is told "you get Wisconsin."
as the dad reviews his golf game, he finds a person on the "grassy knoll" who distracted him
The fake epileptic seizures the guys from the Pit go through to distract the security guards are very similar to the epileptic seizure to distract the police in Dealey Plaza in JFK