Four Rooms (1995)
When Ted seems to be in a hurry to leave the room, Chester chides him to "stop playing 'Beat the Clock'."
Angela derisively refers to Sigfried as 'Gumby'.
Two characters imitate the main event in the episode, and invoke the 1955 version with the (fake) title, The Man From Rio, and name its actual players, Steve McQueen and Peter Lorre.
dialogue from election sequence imitated
The opening credits are modeled on the credits for The Pink Panther Show.
Mentioned by Chester.
The original Man from the South episode is mentioned and used for the basis of the plot in the penthouse segment.
Tim Roth unzips from his character "Mr. Orange" to his bellhop character.
mentioned in dialogue, "Always be closing!"
In "Man From Hollywood" segment, Quentin Tarantino refers to his drink as a "tasty beverage". In "Pulp Fiction" Jules (Samuel L Jackson) uses the exact terminology about Brad's beverage after taking a bite of his Big Kahuna Burger.
Title mentioned during This is your life portion of Spade in America
The music playing in Joan's (Lee's mother) car is the Four Rooms theme tune
When they are getting ready for the presentation, Antonio Banderas is combing his son's hair back, just like he does in Four Rooms.
Video case is shown in a video store.
poster seen on wall
DVD is shown.
as a tribute
Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne
DVD on the shelf.
Abed says that his film is "my 'American Graffiti,' my 'Elephant Man,' my 'Four Rooms' - the Robert Rodriguez segment."
"I think he just realized his role in Four Room is no longer his most embarrassing one."
Betty is shown playing it.
Betty and her friends are shown playing it.
"The Misbehavers" watch it on TV.
Clips are shown
Honorable mention, clips show
When Seifred (David Proval) screams "This is the big one" when he is having a heart attack.