The English Patient (1996)
Elaine reluctantly goes to see it a couple of times, and hates it.
Mentioned in Coffee Talk
Crow: "I apologize for 'Strange Days,' but I was really good in 'The English Patient.'"
Fran mentions the movie by name.
Mentioned in dialogue.
Kahn thinks he'll die like The English Patient girlfriend.
Poster outside a theater
Siskel and Ebert believe that Ralph Fiennes has a lock for an Oscar nomination.
Joey: Look, I need to rent the English Patient.
Harry observes that it's playing on TV.
A character talks about how and why they like this film.
"The Ford Ranger, official truck of 'The English Patient'"
Elaine and Peterman watch "The English Patient."
One of the movies Sam Brown mentions that he'll sit through to get lucky with women.
Referenced in the dialogue: "Every guy, from Manimal down to Mr. I-Love-The-English-Patient, has beast in him."
Sabrina says that while working on her invention for school she missed 61 showings of The English Patient on HBO.
talked about in the movie
Someone refers to Gadget as "The English Patient" when he's in his hospital bed.
"Frozen" was inspired by this film
Willow: "'Cause you had your hands full with the undead English patient?"
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
The dream sequence with Matt flying over a desert of breasts mimics the aerial desert dune scenes in The English Patient.
Dawson compares the length of his movie to that of "The English Patient" without the laughs.
this movie is mentioned when talking about a man with burns on his face
Kenneth rents the movie for him and his doll
character talks about this film
Jeremy says he watched a porn film with Toni, she later tells Mark it was The English Patient.
Video case is shown in a video store.
VHS in video shop.
A customer at the video store chooses Stallone's Lock Up over The English Patient.
A DVD vendor recommends the film to a customer in a restaurant.
One of the films on the list
mentioned in dialogue
The shot of Almasy seeing Madox off to his plane matches the shot in The Constant Gardener where he waves Tess and Arnold goodbye.
" 'The English Patient' was my favorite movie too."
all Jeopardy! round category titles allude to Oscar winners for Best Picture, including "The English Patent"
House says: "...turns little girl into The English Patient"
movie on shelf in store
Referenced by name
clips used to illustrate composer's work
Bah Bah says the firework Stan lit up, the English Patient, "looks beautiful, but it takes a very long time for (an) unsatisfying payoff"
Douglas tells Cuddy that she rented this movie
Leslie says that the group mural is "our 'English Patient.'"
Contestant discusses various Ralph Fiennes films
DVD cover shown.
a character refers to this film as having elegance
Poster is shown.
Todd says he feels more for the couple in the "Take on Me" music video than for the couple in this film.
The English Patient is mentioned in dialogue in Vino Veritas.
Ralph Fiennes talks about his role
Mentioned by Peter Bradshaw when reviewing The Invisible Woman (2013)
Mentioned by Will
Aasif thinks the movie sucked.
Mike Greenberg refers to the "Seinfeld" the episode in which Elaine is forced to see the movie
Ralph Fiennes mentions that Liam Neeson gets mistaken for him and has been complimented for his English Patient.
Mentioned in the segment A Closer Look
Clips are shown. Appears on Gene Siskel's list of ten best films of the year.
discussed in documentary
Reviewing on television
The show feutures clips from The English Patient
Main character and her friend rents the VHS, short clip of the opening is later seen on ther tv.
Clips are shown
Some clips from this movie are shown in a story on Lisa Robertson's affair with Ralph Fiennes.
Clips of Ralph Fiennes shown in a segment on his affair with flight attendant Lisa Robertson.
Featured in Best Picture montage.
a clip is shown during a montage of Colin Firth's films
Ellen's Secret Movie Confession.
"Hairy Chests" segment
"The Toy Patient" - spoof re-enacted with soft toys.
Dot parodies Katharine Clifton in their film "Hooray for North Hollywood".
The team present a skit in which Doug Hawkins plays the patient.
When Borat is in the bath, in a shot reminiscent of The English Patient, music that sounds like that film's soundtrack plays.
A skit in which Doug Hawkins plays the title character is shown.