Passenger 57 (1992)
During the chase scene at the fair, Wesley Snipes runs past a 1985 Honda Civic with the license plate OUTATIME. That was the same plate as the Delorian from Back to the Future (1985).
Video case is shown in a video store.
A Wesley Snipes caricature is on the plane boarded by Slappy, and he claims he is "Passenger 57."
Shawn uses the line "Always bet on black."
Chuck says, "Always bet on black - Wesley Snipes, 'Passenger 57.'"
The Doctor tells the Host that he is Passenger Fifty-seven.
One of the jets featured in the game is named "Snipes 57" - Wesley Snipes was the lead character in that film
Included in a $100,000 question
Meg mentions that Wesley Snipes was Inmate 57 in prison, as well as playing the title role in this movie.
"The bad guy from Passenger 57..."
Mentioned by Sean.
another Wesley Snipes film
On Weekend Update, Barack Obama (Jay Pharoah) says, "To quote Wesley Snipes, always bet on black."
Raj, playing with an action figure of himself that Leonard has compared to Wesley Snipes, says, "Always bet on black!"
calls it a Die Hard clone
On Weekend Update, Amy Poehler paraphrases Wesley Snipes in "Passenger 57": "Never tax on black!"
Mentioned in commentary
Mentioned in dialogue
Poster is seen
Laird asks Adam if he has seen the film.
Wesley Snipes' line in the film, "Always bet on black", is quoted in a clue in "Vegas-Set TV Shows" category
The episode's title spoofs the title of the movie. Also, Cleveland quotes Wesley Snipes' famous line from the movie: "Always bet on black!"
Batman says the line "Always bet on black!" the same line Wesley Snipes used in this film.
The #5 Wesley Snipes Line.
Paul spoofs the Wesley Snipes line from "Passenger 57": "Always bet on Blart."