The Flintstones (1994)
Live action remake of "The Flintstones"
the song being played for the sno cone mobile
Betty mentions a TV program titled "The Young and the Thumbless."
Toward the end, when Wilma is breaking things in the house, one item is a "leg lamp".
The restaurant in which Barney is working as a busboy is called "The Cavern on the Green", a reference to "The Tavern on the Green" in Manhattan's Central Park. The "Tavern on the Green" is where Louis Tully, also played by Rick Moranis, is attacked and possessed by the Terror Dog form of Vinz Clortho (The Keymaster) in Ghostbusters (1984).
Mentioned in Flintstone names skit
You like my idea, it's called Flintstones: The Movie
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the video game in his review of The Flintstones: The Surprise at Dinosaur Peak
The plot of the film is actually copied from the Flintstones movie.
Then they say 'Like Fred Flinstone driving around with bald feet'
Open reference by narrator John Goodman, who played in The Flintstones (1994)
Salem says the Fred Flintstone outfit "looks better than it did on John Goodman".
Donald mentions the movie by name.
Referenced on Weekend Update
Referenced in clue in "American Beauty" category
Referenced in dialogue
Bill O'Reilly says that Rosie O'Connell's film about Christian terrorists is "The Flintstones," not a documentary
"It's like Polar Express meets The Flintstones"
the Critic says that Chairman of the Board is nothing more than a rip-off of this movie
Mentioned as a live action film adaptation of The Flintstones.
Mentioned as being directed by Brian Levant.
Critic recalls his review of this movie to make his point about reviewing a movie based on a cartoon he thinks are not funny.
The Nerd is seen playing a Tiger Electronic Game version of this movie.
lists off Halle Berry's poor choice in movie roles
Jakob Stegelmann looks at the upcoming film + clip shown
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in the news section + clip shown
VHS release reviewed + footage used
"You're Not Going to Get Away With This" segment
movie is reviewed
A film based on a Hanna-Barbera cartoon that failed. Clip briefly shown.
Jeavons talks about the movie, saying he liked it.
Lindsay mentions other '90s nostalgia-driven movie adaptations
At the entrance to the drive-in theatre it says "Tar Wars".
Spoofed as "Bedrock's Most Wanted"
A sign next to a children's playground says "Jurassic Park".
Stan dances with Wilma during the musical scene.
Porn parody of the 1994 film.