The Brady Bunch Movie (1995)
The title sequence of the Brady Bunch with the various characters photos coming to life and looking and interacting with each other is a borrowing from the Sap Head.
Cindy Brady looks very similar to Rhoda, as is pointed out by her neighbor, who comments, "Hit the road, bad seed."
Peter Tork, Micky Dolenz, and Davy Jones are Search for the Stars Contest judges.
In one scene, the Patridge Family's bus passes in front of the camera.
Part of the plot from this episode reappears in the movie, including Davy Jones performing 'Girl'
When Jan's "Inner Voice" says "Watch my head spin!"
The "Boss" tatoo that Alice sports on her arm during the final scene is the same one Tim Curry's character has.
When Marcia and Jan are modeling they play the theme from "Charlie's Angels"
The line "Wherever you go, there you are," is quoted by Mike.
Greg, Jan, Cindy, Bobby, and Peter Brady appear
"Family Affair: The Motion Picture" is identified as being from the makers of the film
Poster in the video store.
Roger Ebert contrasts the approach this movie took to adapting a TV series with that of "Leave It to Beaver" (1997).
Shelley Long, who was in The Brady Bunch Movie, calls to another nurse by saying "Marsha Marsha" in the same tone as she does in The Brady Bunch Movie
Tanya says her family are not like the Brady Bunch.
The Brady Children attend a music contest to win money, as in the older movie
Mike compares this movie to The Three Stooges movie.
"It's like The Brady Bunch Movie..."
the first two movies are mentioned
shows it when talking about after the Brady Bunch was cancled
Taking #7 as the top movies based on TV shows
"Now we know why she turned into a lesbian in the Brady Bunch Movie"
Clips from the film are shown
Clip is shown
"Marcia! Marcia! Marcia!"
"Oh my nose! My nose!" and Davy Jones reprises his role