The Santa Clause (1994)
When the kids scream, "Let him go! Let Santa go!"
When mentioning the different names Santa Claus goes by, Scott does a quick impersonation of Ed Sullivan saying the name of the mouse puppet "Topo Gigio" that was a regular on the show.
Judy says the hot chocolate served to Scott is "shaken, not stirred".
Mentioned by Scott
During his tour of the workshop, Scott Calvin tries out a tool belt then shakes his head as if to indicate that tools aren't for him. This is a reference to Tim Allen's TV show, Home Improvement where his character's life (Tim "the tool man" Taylor) revolved around tools.
A Bonkers T. Bobcat doll appears in Santa's workshop.
The sounds made when the monsters from DOOM die are used as the reindeers' grunting SFX
A VHS tape of The Santa Clause is next to the TV in Dean's house at the end.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Dame Edna mentioned it.
Evan Baxter's beard grows right back in after shaving, just like Scott Calvin's beard when he becomes Santa.
Referenced by name
video shown on shelf
A still is shown
referenced as Tim Allen's other Christmas movie
"Now they're stealing jokes from The Santa Clause..."
Hewy says Tim Allen worked on the Santa Clause trilogy before "Toy Story"
Hamm tells Buzz that he might be Scott Calvin.
Ignatiy describes "Hop" as a stilted Easter-themed remake of the film
"It's like This Island Earth meets The Santa Clause"
Referenced by Tosh
Tim Allen's character Mike says "Me in a Santa suit, I don't think so!"
One of Hewy's favorite Santa Claus movies
The Critic at first thinks he's reviewing this movie
mentioned in dialogue
"... and does what everybody wanted to do since the first Santa Clause movie."
Mentioned by Mike.
mentioned in dialogue
Scott gets an honorable mention
Mentioned in dialogue.
scene of Santa Claus falling off roof
Santa disappers from his suit in Episode 14.16
Tim Allen as Santa mentioned
"...and it got Tim Allen's name wrong, which is the last name Santa Claus needs to misspell.
Mentioned by Mets Bucket Hat Guy
"Ah, shoulda done Santa Clause 4."
clips and brief discussion
DVD release reviewed + footage used
When they go back to the past, scenes from the first movie are used.
People falling off roofs segment and beware of Santa segment
recalls the original
compares the existence of Santa Claus in that world to the Tooth Fairy in this one.
Clips of mistakes shown
clip shown - #9
Number 38 in the Countdown
Homer becoming the Grim Reaper by putting on his robe is spoofing the basic premise of this film.
Holiday Movie parody