movie is edited into short comedic clip
Beethoven escapes from his bath and goes up to Eddie's bedroom. Once Eddie walks into his bedroom, Beethoven shakes off the mud and it gets all over Eddie and his bedroom. The scenes where Beethoven shakes the mud off were taken from the first movie, where he does the exact same thing with George Newton.
Al Pacino (Ben Stiller) auditions for a part in "Beethoven."
Lidwien receives a Beethoven video tape from her mother.
Sly mentions the title character.
Seen on video store shelf
Referenced during the "Beethoven's 2nd" review.
Bob comments about this dog.
Referenced in the "Variety Speak" song
Screech refers to the film.
Daffy calls the Jordan family bulldog "Beethoven"
"It's Beethoven from the movies."
Homer says, "Was it the dog from the 'Beethoven' movies?"
Dooley says to Jerry Lee, "I'm gonna put on some videos for ya. Here, look, I got, uh, I got Beethoven, your favorite."
Lane's date calls it his favorite movie.
One of Winnie Woodpecker's questions in her trivia game askes what kind of animal was Beethoven.
Someone mentions this film.
Carl says he thought the Beethoven concert "was gonna be the soundtrack to the movie 'Beethoven.'"
Mentioned by name.
Video case is shown.
The dog in the ladies commercial is compared to the dog in this movie.
This film's synopsis involves the filming of a movie about a dog. Once Beethoven is hired as the dog, the script was changed and retitled "Beethoven", which ends up remaking the first movie. The characters written into the script happen to be the Newton family.
Included in a $2,000 question
mentioned by Jason Reitman in a list of his father's films
among Hughes' "bad" movies
Directly referenced in lyrics
Corny family animal movie.
"Or Toto is related to Beethoven?"
Burt wonders whether Beethoven the composer was "named after the movie dog."
Jeavons mentions the original
jokingly suggests that this movie was a Beethoven sequel gone horribly wrong.
Mike points out the scenes taken or reenacted from the original
"We didn't hire Beethoven to cover this event for nothing."
mentioned by Woody
Referenced in the "Catfish" segment
Referenced by Bart
Meghan mentions the dog Beethoven
Mentioned in dialogue.
Beethoven the dog is show tattooed on a customer's leg
A Beethoven tattoo is shown on a customer's leg
When Beethoven is mentioned, Sheldon states that the Beethoven in question is not the movie about the big dog.
Homer: I feel like Beethoven when Charles Grodin finally accepted him as his dog.
Seth jokes that Steve Harvey announced Beethoven as the winner of the Westminster Dog Show
mentioned by Oscar
Snob mentions it. Also, poster is shown.
Subject of a question.
Steven Crowder mentions the title character by name.
Beethoven is seen watching this movie in the family room late at night.
Ted and Ryce are seen playing this game in the bedroom.
VHS release reviewed + footage used
Bobby Bacala's kids watch Beethoven on video with Janice and Tony
Playing on TV