Scent of a Woman (1992)
Both films are about blind leading characters, a tango figures prominently in both films and the film actually uses Chaplin's musical theme from City Lights in several sequences, particularly at the end of the Ferrari sequence.
title mentioned by Pacino when O'Donnell asks for the bullets
Frank Slade says "Did you ever have the feeling that you wanted to go, and still have the feeling that you wanted to stay? "
Mentioned by Joel
Joel (as Col. Slade): "Hoo-ah!"
Crow (as Col. Slade): "What a caboose! Hoo-ah!"
Servo: (a blind woman appears) (as Al Pacino) Ho-ha!
Al Pacino calls Jay and repeatedly exclaims "Whoo-ah!"
The tango scene in the beginning
One of the intertitle cards reads: "Scent of a Woman"
Gene Siskel says that "With Honors" (1994) is recycled from this movie.
Mentioned by name
Al Pacino wears a Scent of a Woman baseball cap throughout the film.
Referenced in 'Acting Class'
Stacey has a letter of recommendation from Al Pacino, Paul loved him in this ...
Tess asks if Melanie would like to go see Scent of a Woman 2: The Next Aroma.
Referenced by Elaine
referenced in Acting Class
Title is mentioned
Rhoda talks about seeing Al Pacino, mentions this movie, says his "Hoo-ah!" line.
The mayor tells his three rejection choices for Paul, the third one being: "The Al Pacino: Whoa, no."
Molly compares Ed's courtroom speech to the "out of order" speech in this movie.
Jimmy impersonates Frank Slade
Mentioned on Weekend Update
Coach McGuirk mentions it in dialogue
Video box is shown in cabin, when Rachel finds the cursed tape.
Pacino's "Do-ah" mantra is quoted. by Crystal
Quoted by the Devil
Title parodied in one of Bilzarbra's conversations.
Quiz show question about the tango
Video case is shown.
Rob Slolom wears a gimme hat from the film while on set
A segment of the episode tested the plausibility of the film's scene where a blind person can drive a car safely by following instructions given by a passenger.
DiNozzo: "Kinda like Al Pacino and Chris O'Donnell in 'Scent of a Woman'"
Gerrard Gosens and Jessica Raffa dance their Tango to music from Scent of a Woman.
Alan continues his Al Pacino impression by shouting "Hoo-ah!"
Recreated Tango scene
Carl and Wolftrap directly reference Scent of a Woman when they start dancing
Michael and Holly quote Col. Slade's "Whoo-ah!" catch phrase.
Al Pacino - "Whoo-ah!"
mentioned in dialogue
The dance scene in the bar echoes the famous tango scene in "The Scent of a Woman," starring Pacino as the blind Lt. Col. Frank Slade.
Robert Downey Jr. mentions that Al Pacino won the Best Actor Oscar for the film the year he was nominated for "Chaplin"
Referenced in the opening narration
Bernie tells Danny to tell his dog Pacino that "Scent of a Woman" has just come out on Blu-ray
Scoonie shouts "Hoo-ah!" at the Robert De Niro party, mistakenly believing he was in the film.
Chris imitates Al Pacino ("I'm just gettin' warmed up!")
John Jurkovic quotes from the movie
audio of Al Pacino's "flamethrower" scene is heard
mentioned by Adnan Virk
Jimmy mentions some of the movies with songs featured on Andrea Bocelli's album "Cinema"
mentioned by Adnan Virk in discussion of the Oscars
"Hoo-ha! I smell a woman and police corruption!"
Al Pacinot gets an honorable mention, clips shown
Honorable mention, footage shown
Jay reviews Al Pacino in "Scent of a Jackass"
Jay reviews Al Pacino in "Scent of a Wolfman"
Jay shows a clip from "Scent of a Jackass"
Natasha says to Christian that he should also not rent the movie "Scent of a woman", later in the episode Natasha smells a scent of another woman on Christian, the scent of Kimber
Movie poster on cinema wall: "Scent of a Woman's Ass"
When Chuck Baker is giving Lem advice on how to get to Neera, they start dancing to the melody of the famous Tango scene between Pacino and Gabrielle Anwar.
Just before pulling the Blind Man's Bluff con in the observatory, Mozzie, dressed in dark glasses with Satchmo as his guide dog, mutters "Hoo-ahh."