scenes are taken from this film
spin-off video game
When trying to lure the alien, one of the convicts says "here kitty kitty...", a reference to Alien were Brett says the same thing when looking for the cat. Also both films use a drinking bird on a table (Alien uses 2, Alien 3 one).
Title mentioned during Weekend Update
During the scene in New York a cinema is shown with the title
Ripley with a shaved head and the dog alien from this movie are at the party as guests.
Dante's head on Cale's head
the third segment is called "Homer^3"
An Alien³ poster is seen, and a character quotes its tagline "The Bitch is back."
Mike: Up ahead is the Alien 3 set, Robocop and Terminator 2.
Charles S. Dutton's character dies in an almost identical way to his character in Alien 3.
Mentioned by man in car.
Referenced by name
The 'Dog Alien' appears in the game.
They make reference to this film in a conversation.
mentioned in documentary
A dog gives birth to an Alien.
The Climatic Atmosphere.
Jean-Pierre Jeunet talk about the first 3 alien movies
Mention by James Cameron
Inside the sewers of the castle, you see the point-of-view of a monster as it runs through a corridor along the ceiling and walls, just as the alien in the movie did. The monster itself somewhat resembles the alien, with its sleek frame and long tail which it uses to attack.
A customer wants to rent this film, but Scotty talks to him about taking the widescreen version.
Al Gore says the cave must be filled with molten lead to kill Manbearpig; the Alien in Alien³ was killed this way.
complained about titles name
Is referenced by Giger, the creator of the Alien
DVD is shown.
This movie is part of Victoria Leane's choice of special subject.
one of the prisoners assists the lead heroine in a prison colony
"I love the Alien and Predator movies."
DiNozzo describes version as sleepy
J.C daydreams that his girlfriend will turn into a bitch and finds himself pressed against the wall by the alien as Ripley was in Alien 3.
While Nikki gives Bart CPR, Bart dreams of the alien kissing Ripley, mimicking the scene in "Alien 3."
Rick Lazzarini mentions it.
One of the films of this episode's subject
"It;s like the Space Pod in Alien 3, how does it get there?"
NChick compares MIB II's bringing back Agent Kay to the killing off of Newt at the beginning of this movie.
The alternate mounting of the opening credits, and some of the shots of dialogues, the approach of the ship and attack the monster, are similar to those of "Alien3".
"Remember when we were both in Alien 3?"
mentioned in dialogue
DVD and video case are shown.
Charles Dutton's head and a sculpt of Sigourney Weaver, complete with shaved head, are displayed at studioADI.
A row of Xenomorph heads in Bob's Basement are pointed out by Scott, including the redesigns from Aliens through Alien:Resurrection.
Mike mentions "the Alien movies with Sigourney Weaver".
The Nerd comments that it was a like it or hate it movie.
James comments that Charles Bishop Weyland is an ancestor to Michael Bishop.
Alec Gillis talks about an abortive make-up test that was done with a dog as a chest-burster.
Ebert discusses Star Wars' influence on the movie
footage used in movie
JP and Clara watching DVD
Clips shown in a segment on Ellen Ripley.
Clips shown during the Sigourney Weaver tribute.
Jeavons discusses the second sequel
Critic says everybody thought this movie sucked.
says this movie sucked
movie is reviewed
"Alien 3 was like a prison drama..."
The Alien saga is the subject of discussion
recalls the terrible decision of killing off the supporting characters from Aliens
Features footage of the film and interviews cast
At the banquet, Wakko accidentidally sucks up Sigourney Weaver's hair, leaving her bald like her character in "Alien 3."
The cheese room and the plan to destroy the lice are similar to how Ripley and the prisoners in Aien 3 use liquid lead to destroy the xenomorph
when the alien attacks Xandir face-to-face