movie is edited into short comedic clip
Will mentions the film
Mentioned on The Joe Pesci Show
listed at video store
Title mentioned by Colin Quinn during Weekend Update
At the Venice Film Festival, Dennis goes to the press conference for this film and asks a cheeky question to Mel Gibson.
Jack Gallagher uses the movie to illustrate that he's a wimp.
John Smith gets blue paint on half his face, resembling William Wallace.
Fran mentions Mel Gibson's Oscar win.
In the video shop, the girl boyfriend says his friend has a copy of this at home.
Meek-looking dog ironically named Braveheart.
Mike: "Goodbye, BraveTom." Crow: "Aye, lad."
movie mentioned by name by character
Matrix reboots into a character resembling William Wallace.
One of the scripts in the warehouse shouts "You can shut me in a box, but you can't take my freedom", complete with Scottish accent.
Steve says 'Uncle George' killes more scotch than Braveheart
Mentioned during Dragonheart sketch
After a lengthy Scottish imitation, Berg cries "Freedom!"
Mentioned in dialogue
talked about in the movie
One of the monks quotes William Wallace by saying, "Every man dies, but not every man really lives."
Homer asks Mel Gibson, "Did Braveheart run away?"
Cordelia about Angel: "He's a larger than life character, too 'Braveheart' for Joe Couch Potato to relate to."
Justine tells Archie he can stay up in Scotland playing Mel Gibson; Duncan paints half his face blue for the hill race because he is sponsored by Wallace.
Rocky's (Mel Gibson) cry "Freedom!" while going over the fence.
Simon says he is going to watch the movie.
Malcolm refers to a classmate, whose face is painted blue, as "Braveheart."
Monroe calls Chad "Braveheart" when he paints an anarchy symbol on his chest during a basketball game
Scottish man in charity promotion slip says of his wife "She's not just mae sweetheart, she's mae wee Braveheart"
Referenced in dialogue.
When Archie brings up the estate's history, Stella says she's seen Braveheart.
Alton, dressed in a kilt and doing a terrible Scottish accent, is showing how to prepare haggis and threatens that if the viewer does it wrong, they will "feel the back of me hand!"
Groundskeeper Willie regards his driver as inferior to Braveheart
Title mentioned during "We Were Soldiers That Knew What Women Want"
(while talking about Scotland) "Freedom!" "Mel (Gibson)'s accent is better."
mentioned by name
Episode title "Bravealan" is a spoof of this movie's name (especially considering every episode name is a spoof of a movie name in this show). Later, Alan talks about Braveheart when he lists some brave people.
Jack tells Teal'c that he's watched Braveheart too many times.
mentioned by lead actor Jeremy Sisto
Bridget: "that should be the name of your movie, Bravehot"
Referenced by name
A character calls a scottish person "Braveheart".
"You can take our licences, but you'll never take our pride!" instead of "They may take our lives, but they'll never take our freedom!"
Theoden's and Aragorn's speeches before battles similar to William Wallace's speech before battle
poster seen in Cartman's room
When Cartman prays to Mel Gibson he prays to a picture from this film. Later Mel Gibson dresses up as his character from this film.
Mentioned in dialogue as a "banned DVD."
Cosmo paints half of his face blue whilst wearing a kilt and shouts "freedom!".
When Rory and Michael are alone for the first time in their new home, they cry out "Freedom!" as Mel Gibson did.
A poster can be seen
A future Queen of England falls in love with a "commoner" who fights for freedom.
Hugo says that he's dressed as Braveheart.
Dialogue reference through Lang.
In the final battle scene Fender recites a speech that's just like a speech given by Mel Gibson in Braveheart and there is Scottish music playing in the background.
When Rachel is looking through the video tapes at the fair, Braveheart is one of them
As Brian and Greg come from the caves, they comment that the black on their faces reminds them of "Braveheart"
"This one's very Braveheart."
One of the films on the list
title is mentioned during battle scene footage
McKay says that he is astonished that some Braveheart extras (referring to the prisoners on the island) were able to shoot the puddle jumper and made it crash.
battle makeup and speech
Dee Snider compares testifying against the PMRC to Braveheart, acknowleding that the film had not been released at the time of the PMRC hearings.
On one level there is a hidden cutscene where Stubbs makes a speech like in Braveheart before the big battle as mentioned on the direct commentary.
"Take our freedom"
correct response in "Premiere" category
The secret wedding in the "Origin"-sequence.
all Jeopardy! round category titles allude to Oscar winners for Best Picture, including "Brave Heart"
Brian Grazer mentions losing the Oscar to the movie
contestant Maggie Parcells mentions watching the movie
Jeremy says Brian Cox was in it
mentioned in dialogue
Contains various movie references
Molly gives Larry a tartan picnic basket backpack and Brad jokes that "they wore tartan picnic basket backpacks in Braveheart".
The teaser that shows the Scottish squirrel McSquizzy above the viewer on a branch throwing acorns HAS to be taken from the Braveheart scene when Wallace and company lure the English patrol into a dead end by a cliff, and announce their presence on the cliff top to the English below by hitting the leader with a rock, along with a smile and a wave.
A poster for this movie is shown in a montage of posters for movies starring Mel Gibson in a segment on Mad Max.
Amanda calls Betty "Braveheart"
the re-cut Apocalypto trailer mentions Mel Gibson as the director of this movie
Jim mentions 'Braveheart' when defining 'prima nocta.'
Jeremy acts like Braveheart while being in Scotland
Ca. 47 min. into the movie, Chris mentions the film and it's titular character while on the telephone.
Darryl says to Michael "You're Braveheart, man"
Mentioned in reference to Mel Gibson's infamous arrest.
A small poster of the movie can be seen in an office setting.
In a story on Edinburgh, a person dressed like William Wallace says "You may take our lives, but you will never take our freedom".
Cappie does a monologue
"You gonna lead us into battle, Braveheart?"
"Scatter your limbs like the British did to Braveheart" (lyrics)
The "trolls" (as she calls them) at Cooper's workplace watch a video of babies "acting out" Braveheart.
Larry refers to Madeleine as "Longshanks."
Poster on Cartman's bedroom wall.
One of Sol's men has blue and white warpaint
shelly mentions this in the pool hall/bar
Referenced by name
Mentioned by team Andrew & Dan
Timmy shouts "freedom" with half of his face painted blue.
Included in a $4,000 question, and reference in a $2,000 question
Mentioned in Family Flix sketch
The Nostalgia Critic refers to the film having a great motivational speech
Dave mentions the movie by name.
Referenced by Vanity Smurf in the Smurfs vs. Snorks segment
Mentions the movie
Ollie shouts "Freedom!" shortly after referring to Glenn as "Braveheart".
Brett says this is his perfect Valentine's Day movie during the ending credits.
Alex calls Gene "Braveheart in Paco Rabane."
Reference in a $1,000 clue in the category "Past Lives"
Finn: "We're on our way to go all 'Braveheart' on Vocal Adrenaline!"
Tosh paints his face blue and dresses as William Wallace
Murdock imitates Wallace's speech at the Battle of Stirling, right down to the blue face paint
Line "who do you think you are, Braveheart?"
mentioned by Vince before he meets Randall Wallace
poster in office
Diane Lane mentions that the film's writer Randall Wallace directed "Secretariat"
Humphrey pretends to be Mel Gibson's Braveheart during the first round.
mentioned in dialogue
Gene claims to play the theme to Braveheart in the triangle.
Gutsy, a scottish Smurf, yells the line "Freedom!" like William Wallace does in Braveheart, also Scottish.
Gaby mention the film and quote from it
Mike mentions Braveheart and Mel Gibson when talking about shooting bows
Tracy misquotes the film, saying, "You can take our freedom unless you take our lives"
Kevin Bridges jokes that Alex Salmond watches the film three times a day.
listed as one of Pelant's Pay Per View movies
Craig and guests shout, "Freedom!" from Edinburgh Castle
Albert mentions the film during his rant at the police.
mentioned by Tosh
The chipmunk's blue face paint references that of William Wallace in Braveheart.
Langdon Cobb stars in a version of this film.
Ron says that his disguise makes him feel like Mel Gibson in "Braveheart."
Dean quotes the "cannot take our freedom" speech, Sam and Dean paint their faces ala William Wallace
Mentioned in dialogue
Gerard Butler says that the film used up all the roles for "Scottish badasses"
special effects discussed
This film is #91 on the list.
one of the middle-age battle clips
Footage from this film was edited into this mini-series.
Clips are shown
This film is #62 on the list.
Some clips from this movie are shown when it is the subject of a segment.
Some clips from this movie are shown in a segment on the line "They may take our lives, but they'll never take our freedom!"
Clips shown in a segment on William Wallace.
Featured in Best Picture montage.
Clips shown in a segment.
Clips shown in a segment on Mel Gibson.
Clips shown and discussed
a clip is shown in a montage of Mel Gibson's films
Clips from "Braveheart" are seen in thought bubbles as a raccoon addresses the animals.
Clips of mistakes shown
A clip is shown.
Wallace's speech is shown in relation to Elizabeth's
Taking #2 for top warrior movies
Honorable mention, clips show
Clip shown in montage of Mel Gibson films
Jaywalking participant is substituted for Mel Gibson in scene where he addresses warriors
throws in a clip for good measure
Movie reviewed in this episode.
Spoofed in Braveheart skit
Bob Newhart in Braveheart
A sketch spoofing the film.
When Dick attempts to liberate the lobsters, he proclaims (complete with accent), "They can take your legs, but they can never take your freedom!"
the final scene when the south park residents battle the turkeys is a direct spoof of braveheart right down to the costumes and dialogue
Mr. Jennings lets out a cry of "Freedom!" before charging the garbage-eating zombies.
Pacey's dramatic interpretatoin at the beauty pageant is a spoof of Braveheart
Secret level called "Braveheartless"
An actor on television says, "They can take our bagpipes, but they'll never take our makeup!" parodying Mel Gibson's line in this movie.
Mel Gibson and Homer mooning
Mel attacks Stan and Kenny with Braveheart war paint, yells "Freedom!"
Shakey camera work in battle-like scene.
Part of the "WrestleMania Goes Hollywood" promotion
school mascot (who has both sides of his face painted different colors) yells out "Freedom!" like William Wallace
Alternate ending parody
There is a level where Daxter is dressed like Wallace and is like a scene in the movie
parody of "Freedom!" speech including half of face painted blue
the Scottish squirrel yells "Freedom!" in the middle of the battle
A sketch focuses on the Scottish rebellian, remaniscant of Braveheart
Stewie follows Wallace's speech
Fake movie clip titled "Braveclark"
Liz's cry before going on the date spoofs Wallace's battle speech.
Spoofed as 'Daveheart'
parodied in dream sequence
Bunnies with faces painted blue and waving swords-shaped toothpicks before the climactic battle.
Freedom speech and battle recreated with biker kids
The crew create a spoof of the film but with dragons included.
For a moment Minka imagines herself as a William Wallace.