Brodie becomes the new host of "The Tonght Show".
The character in jail with Ben Affleck at the end of the film has "LOVE" written on his hand.
There is a running joke in which one of the men who C. C. Baxter lends his apartment to complains of having to have sex with his mistress in a Volkswagon. Obviously, Mallrats also uses this joke in reference to an "uncomfortable" place.
Jay and Silent Bob are pursued by a character in a white straw hat named La Fours.
T.S. planned to propose to Brandi during the "Jaws" section of the Universal Ride in Florida.
Gwen and Rick Derris had sex while dressed as Smokey and the Bandit at a high school Halloween party. Gwen believed that she looked just like Burt Reynolds, only without the moustache.
Brodie says, "May the Force be with you."
Brodie wants the show to be brought back.
When Brodie enters the mall for the first time, he says, "I love the smell of commerce in the morning." Direct reference to the scene where Robert Duvall's character says, "I love the smell of napalm in the morning!"
Silent Bob watched the film the previous week. He later says, "Adventure. Excitment. A Jedi craves not these things."
Same Elevator Music
After he knocks LaFours out by hitting him in the crotch with a basebell bat, Jay says, "Come, Son of Jor-El. Kneel before Zod!"
Silent Bob watched the film the previous week.
When Brodie and T.S. go to the topless psychic Ivannah, he comments that her place is "something out of 'Octopussy'."
Brodie tells Rene that she has his copy of "Fletch".
When Brodie and T.S. are coming down the stairs to Brodie's basement, T.S. hits is head on Brodie's ceiling like Pee Wee in the bar with the bikers.
Brodie has a poster of the film in his room.
Jay compares Silent Bob to MacGyver.
Rene wears a Degrassi Junior High jacket.
When Brodie says "She Ryu'd my arse from Ken to E.Honda" he is referencing Street Fighter characters.
Brodie has a poster of the film in his bedroom.
Jay says, "Where do you get those wonderful toys?"
Brodie has a poster of the film in his room.
William mistakenly refers to Rene as "Brenda," referring to Shannen Doherty's role as Brenda Walsh on the series.
This is a prequel to the film.
At the end of the credits, it says that Jay and Silent Bob will appear in Chasing Amy.
Ernest blames the mall fire alarm on huge mall rats.
Topanga calls Frankie Stechino (Ethan Suplee) a Mallrat. Suplee played Willam in the movie Mallrats.
albeit a stretch, the characters hang out at the mall all day trying to win back their loves.
On the train, Jay can be heard describing the events of Mallrats to Bartleby and Loki.
A newscast mentions Walt Flanagan's dog, mentioned in passing by Jay in "Rats."
Mentioned by Jon Favreau.
Brodie says, "Say, would you like a chocolate-covered pretzel?"
Characters talking about Superman's sperm just like in Mallrats.
There's a guy in an Easter Bunny costume in the hospital
Mentioned and discussed numerous times.
Porn store owner refers to this as his favorite film
In the level "Sunnydale Mall", there is a store in the mall with the name of "Buy Me Toys".
sound effects and music
Video case is shown in a video store.
talks about how Julie died and the game show she was supposed to appear on, both events from this movie
The movie was mentioned a few times.
When trying to remember Incrediboy's real name, Mr. Incredible mistakenly calls him Brody, the name of Jason Lee's character in Mallrats.
Caitlin says that "Mallrats" is her favourite Kevin Smith movie. He replies "You're lying. 'Mallrats' is no one's favourite Kevin Smith film."
Mentioned in dialogue; Kevin Smith, Jason Lee, and Stan Lee are attributed to working on this film.
referenced by Adam Hughes
Documentary about this film.
Poster on Kevin Smith's wall.
Emma knees Dante in the balls and says "You fucker". So does Gwen to Silent Bob in Mallrats when he burst in to the changing room!
Mentioned by Kevin and audience members.
Randy holds up a sheet saying the pattern on it is a sail boat. His character in Mallrats (1995) failed to see a sail boat in a magic eye picture.
"Alright dude, what's a stink palm?"
After falling down the stairs and being chained to the post, as he wakes up, Randy says "Poopy-trim"; a reference to his role in Mallrats.
"Do it Doug!"
DVD cover shown.
Mentioned by Kevin Smith.
"There is no easter bunny!"-line
Virginia says, "Your husband looks like the skinny version of that fat guy from 'Mallrats.'"
Mentioned in dialogue by Tosh
Kevin Smith says that "Red State" is not a comedy like the film
A poster of the film is shown in Randal's apartment.
Young girl says she saw Mallrats, and Kevin Smith makes joke about it.
Virginia says, "Karma! Like that show with the 'Mallrats' guy you kept trying to get me to like."
Kevin Smith talks about his mom's reaction to the film
Various references and re-creations of artwork for this film.
Video case is shown.
The set of the podcast's game show "One True Three" is modeled after the "Truth or Date" set from the finale of Mallrats.
The film is mentioned.
"...so she can go off to be Tricia in Mallrats.
Graphic on screen showing name of movie
"I'm still gonna say Mallrats was my biggest letdown lead."
Kevin Smith mentions the making of his film
shows a clip when talking about the cast
Shown as part of the 1995 episode of this show on VH1.
talks about the follow-up to Clerks
"Truth or Date" is a parody of the film.
When Mr. Svenning is talking to TS, he grabs him by the neck and talks to him like Marlon Brando in the Godfather, and some Godfather-type music can be heard in the background.
Ivanna's third nipple is a reference to Francisco Scaramanga's third nipple.
When Brodie goes into the mall, he says "I love the smell of commerce in the morning."
When being arrested by security one of them screams "You're nothing but a lot of talk and a badge!" which is Al Capone's final line in this.
Mention of "Pendant Publishing."
When Brodie and Quint are backstage and not suppose to be, Mr. Svenning's goon says to Brodie "You called down the thunder well now you got it!" Kurt Russel (Wyatt Earp in Tombstone) says the exact same thing when he is about to take revenge for his brother's death in Tombstone (1993).