True Lies (1994)
movie is edited into short comedic clip
Harry Tasker whistles "Edelweiss" when in the bathroom
After seeing Harry kill dozens of terrorists, Helen says: "I married Rambo".
The family's dog is called Gizmo.
The tango scene in the beginning
Harry Tasker calls the terrorists "Beavis and Butthead" when he's on his way to the bathroom.
Referenced by George Zachary when discussing the technology that Donkey Kong Country uses.
Jay flies a jet outside the window of a building like in the film
Jay mentions that Arnold Schwarzenegger starred in the film
The films poster is emphasised in the beginning
Slappy enters the plane's cockpit and finds Harry and Helen Tasker there.
Tom Dewe Mathews mentions it. Also, video case is shown.
Open reference by a character.
Tom: "Rondo Hatton, in 'True Lies'"
Mark Thompson shows a chopper that was used in the film
In the DVD commentary, the writers explain that the moment the bus swerves before careering off the bridge is inspired by the fight in the limo between Helen and Juno before it swerves and flies off the bridge.
Mentioned while introducing Tom Arnold
One scene features bridges being blown up similarly to True Lies.
Referenced by name.
Referenced by name
Tango scene between a married couple, both of whom are secret agents.
James Cameron mentions the film
Movie poster seen at Cameron's office
Reference is made to Arnold Schwarzenegger's dancing in a 1994 movie.
Poster on wall and explicit reference
After Nick Angel throws Lurch into the freezer, Danny asks him if he said "Cool off" afterwards.
Gun fight in the bathroom
one of the employees mentions it
It's stated rthe villain in this movie goes on to play the villain in True Lies
Tony compares his interrogation to the 'True Lies' interrogation
A man on the streets says his favorite dance scene comes from this movie
In multiplayer you can unlock a title for your callsign call "True Liar" by completing the challenge of getting the game-winning kill with a Harrier airstrike. In True Lies, the last terrorist is killed with a Harrier.
mentioned on the Avatar preview
Mr. Coat says Avatar surpasses Cameron's work in this movie
mentioned by Michelle Rodriguez as another James Cameron film
detailing Schwarzenegger action flicks
Mike Sorrentino mentions the film that Jamie Lee Curtis starred in
Gary lists films that feature wireless earpeices.
A guy dressed up as actor Tom Arnold in a skit mentions this movie
Referenced by Seth on Weekend Update
Jay mentions that Jamie Lee Curtis was in the film
An attempt is made to reproduce a scene where a machine gun is dropped down the stairs.
Heather mentions the movie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jamie Lee Curtis.
Arnold Schwarzenegger compares "The Last Stand" to the film
Mentioned by Jimmy when introducing James Cameron
Clips are shown.
main title shown
Clips are shown
Watches the movie on TV
When talking about bloodless violence vs. realistic violence.
clips featured to illustrate the best rescues in movie history
Clips shown in a segment on Jamie Lee Curtis's pole dancing scene.
A clip is shown.
Clips shown in a segment on the pole dancing scene.
"Like that bit in True Lies..."
America's #4 Enemy in the Movies.
a clip is shown in a montage of James Cameron's films
a clip is shown in a montage of Bill Paxton's films
Clips shown in a segment on Harry Tasker.
recalling the fight in the restroom.
Clips of mistakes shown
Number 19 in the Countdown
movie is reviewed
At the very end of the movie, Harry and Helen dance a tango, respectively grabbing with their teeth the rose from the other's mouth.
Jay shows a clip from the sequel in which Tony Curtis replaces Jamie Lee Curtis
A number of scene from True Lies (1994) where copied in this movie.
A mother of two discovers her husband leads a double-life, and enters his spy life unwittingly.
Agent under influence of truth serum admits to beautiful woman to killing Bad People.