Title mentioned during Weekend Update
Gary Isaacs mentions having a part in the upcoming movie version of the musical.
Title mentoined by the two Fops during Spade in America
this movie had it's first preview on this episode
Mike: "Don't cry for me, Argentina."
Madonna (Ana Gasteyer) talks about her Oscar snub for Evita on Nightline
Referenced in the dialogue: "Why is she so Evita-like?"
Mentioned by Antonio Banderas on the How do you say? Ah Yes show
Cordelia threatens Dennis: "I'll play 'Evita' around the clock. The one with Madonna."
Ted mentions that Emmett thought Madonna would win an Oscar for her performance in the film.
Mentioned by Madonna.
referenced by Antonio Banderas
Lisa sings: "Don't cry for me, kids of Springfield..." and, at the end, there are credits: "On the advice of our lawyers, we swear we have never heard of a musical based on the life of Eva Perón."
the featuring of "Don't Cry For Me Argentina"
DVD is shown in a video store.
Mickey says, "Don't cry for me, Argentina".
"Don't Cry for Me, Argentina", Juan Perón and the title are mentioned
kronk mentions the song 'dont cry for me argentina' sung in the movie Evita
A sarcastic marxist character narrates the controversial life of a glamourous political figure.
Mentioned by Rhonda Saunders.
"Don't cry for me, Argentina" said
During her speech, Sarah references "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" and is made to look like Peron
Carl thinks Juan Peron was married to Madonna.
Referenced on dialogue
movie on shelf
Subject of a $200 question
Title references "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" from the film.
mentioned in dialogue while in Buenos Aires, Argentina
An "Evita" poster can be seen in the "Sad Mouse" digital short.
Jay says that the new pope lived through a troubled time in Argentina, when Madonna played Eva Peron
Mentioned by Denise.
"Don't cry for me, Sergeant-ina"
Mentioned by Nick.
Mentioned in dialogue
Clips are shown. Movie is reviewed. Two thumbs up.
Footage from this is featured.
clips shown/songs performed from score
movie's soundtrack is reviewed
Spoofed in Evita skit