Winter street scene, looking down the sidewalk, through the arch and down the street
Phil and Rita's dance in the gazebo references the Astaire/Rogers "Isn't It a Lovely Day" number
The scene where Bill Murray goes to a movie (with a date), he is dressed like Clint Eastwood (as a cowboy) and says "call me Bronco". This is in reference to Clint's movie 'Bronco Billy'.
The poster for this film can be seen at the cinema the Bundys go to.
The poster can be seen in the background while the Bundys are driving through town.
Box in video store
couple in elevator called themselves Phil and Rita Connors
Video case is shown in a video store.
A woman living through the same day multiple times is similar to the plot of this movie.
The "Stuck on Christmas" segment features the nephews repeating the same exact Christmas Day over and over again, just like Bill Murray in this movie.
Characters stuck in a time loop & using the experience to improve themselves
Title of this film appears on screen.
Watching the same thing again and again on video tapes reminds Lindsay of Groundhog Day
The basic idea of the protagonist endlessly stuck in a moment.
In Bill Murray's short, the two other actors mention this movie.
Characters note similar circumstances.
Brian Swimme uses the movie to illustrate a point in the discussion on allurement.
While the credits, Wolfgang Becker is quoting from the German synchronisation of the movie, saying "Heute ist Murmeltiertag" (It's groundhog day)
Video case is shown in a video store.
Referenced in dialog
the movie isn't an exact remake of "Groundhog Day", but several references are made (f.e. the movie starts with "I got you babe")
Referenced by Greg Wagnowsky
One character talks about "this movie that you liked, with Bill Murray and the groundhog".
stuck reliving the same day over and over
Steven Spielberg compares ending of Invaders from Mars (1953) (repeating loop) to Groundhog Day
Mentioned in dialogue between Michael and Letty.
The story bears resemblance to a non-comedic version of "Groundhog Day".
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
Don references the film in dialog with David and Megan.
Mentioned by name
correct response in "Bill Murray Film Quotes" category
Jones says to Barnaby, "We're never getting out of here are we sir? It's "Groundhog Day".
While reviewing gadget chairs, Jon's day starts off the same while "I Got You Babe" plays.
Mentioned by Kevin.
A character tries selling as many insurances as possible to former high school mates, greeting a 'Phil' enthusiastically and asking about 'Nancy'.
mentioned by Mac
a sketch about the railway strike in Germany deals with the movie's idea
"Think 'Gilligan' meets 'Groundhog Day' - in hell"
mentioned in dialogue
Referenced by name
"Groundhog Day 2"
Sweet Johnny compares his memory problem to this film
The gang plays a celebrity guessing game, and Barb says the phrase 'Here's..' indicating 'Johnny Carson' is the correct answer. However, Richard and New Christine doesn't get the 'Johnny' reference, and instead comes up with, among other, ridiculous suggestions, 'Groundhog Day', leading to Bill Murray as the correct answer.
"Ned" Rhyerson is likely a reference to the character of Ned Ryerson .. BING!
Chuck wakes up to the alarm clock, again ...
Plot from Groundhog Day recounted by McEntire
Included in an $8,000 question
Mentioned by Meredith Vieira as she introduces a contestant named Bill Murray
Subject of a $5,000 question
Talked about by Max.
Al Gore compares himself to Punxatawney Phil
Sophie Okonedo compares her character's situation to Bill Murray's in Groundhog Day.
After Fiona makes her wish, Shrek experiences many days who all are almost identical, similar to the plot in Groundhog Day
Referenced by name
Mentioned by Dannial Gosper after he and Jo Beth Taylor dance the Rumba.
Lois mentions the title and concept
During Bill Murray's speech, right after he says "But the people I really want to thank are not the living, and not the undead...", you can hear someone in the audience shout out, "Groundhog Day Sucked!"
Shawn Michaels mentions it to Chris Jericho in reference to Jericho's long losing streak.
Bill Murray and the film's premise are mentioned in a message by Mariana's ex-boyfriend on her answering machine.
Conan O'Brien introduces actor Chris Elliott and mentions this movie
Referenced in the "Contra" segment
Nathan says to Audrey: "You're stuck in my second-favourite Bill Murray movie", in Groundhog Day Bill Murray plays a man who - like audrey - is forced to live one day over and over.
Non linear narrative repetition
"This is exactly like Groundhog Day..."
Peter Bishop compares the strange event to this film
Mitt Romney says that Barack Obama's State of the Union speech was like "Groundhog Day all over again"
the politician who is a TV show guest in the segment "Vedushchaya" retells the plot of 'Groundhog Day'
Phil watches the show and knows all the answers.
Clip of this game shown in the movie.
This film is #34 on the list.
numerous film clips
Clips are shown.
Some clips from this movie are shown when it is the subject of a segment.
This film is #8 on the "Fantasy" list.
Ellen's #2 Movie Dork is Steven Toblowski
When Panda says that he'll play the theme song of Ghostbusters, he shows a scene from "Groundhog Day" were Bill Murray wakes up to the radio
NChick claims What Women Want is a remake of this movie
Jules, Ellie, and Laurie watch the movie at Jules' bachelorette party
Phil steps out of the car dressed as Clint Eastwood in Per qualche dollaro in più (1965)
Premise and theme switched to a porn setting.
Xena repeats the day once again until she mends everything
The way Link keeps living the day over and over
The opening shot of Roger waking up with a close up of a clock reaching an "O'Clock" with "I Got You Babe" playing spoofs the start of every day in this film where the exact same thing happens.
after Jules watches this movie, her friends recreate the day like in the movie