Alien: Resurrection (1997)
movie is edited into short comedic clip
Vriess is heard whistling the theme for this movie
Ron Pearlman was up on a scaffold holding his knife to aim it's drop into the wheelchair guy's leg
Ripley tells Call that there was a little girl who had bad dreams, and she tried to help her, but the little girl died.
Mentioned in the film
General Perez says to Elgyn: "Mi casa es su casa". Butch's boxing gloves, and the foot massage scene.
Leland Orser has "crazed convulsions" when the Alien is about to burst out of his chest, similar to what his character experiences in Se7en (1995).
Referenced during the monologue
Mention by name
Sharp: "Have you *seen* the fourth alien movie yet?"
The film is advertised on a magazine.
Mentioned on The Hollywood Minute
The spaceship in one of the last levels looks like the Auriga in Alien: Resurrection.
The spiders are "bred" in a chamber. Each one in a seperate cell with a human victim.
A DVD copy can be seen on Banky Edwards desk
Trish says that Roger dozed off during the last Alien movie they made.
A multiplayer map is based on the Auriga, complete with a docked Betty.
Mentioned as part of Winona Ryder's career.
Some characters discuss the movie (Ripley being a clone, etc.)
mentioned in documentary
In a cutaway during the Murder ride, a brief glimpse of one of the Ripley can be seen
Poster seen in movie theater
Behind-the-scenes footage is featured.
complained about titles name
Lead character cloned repeatedly by research scientists
DVD is shown.
This movie is part of Victoria Leane's choice of special subject.
In a segment on Alien, Sami Lukis mentions that Sigourney Weaver's salary for Alien: Resurrection was more than the entire cost of making the original Alien movie.
Film Brain calls it an inferior sequel
DiNozzo descibes it as "French fried... I don't know what to call it'
Features acid-spitting Aliens.
Rick Lazzarini mentions it.
referred to as a disappointing movie
One of the films of this episode's subject
commented and poster shown
Blue Sky Studios, the studio that did the computer animation in Titan A.E. did special effects for this film.
David played with a basketball while the crew was still in hypersleep, making difficult shots like Ripley 8 did in Alien Resurrection.
William H. Macy says he was offered a role in this movie.
Some of the Alien sounds are lifted from this film
The Newborn, Ripley clones and a redesigned Xenomorph are prominently displayed at studioADI.
A row of Xenomorph heads in Bob's Basement are pointed out by Scott, including the redesigns from Aliens through Alien:Resurrection.
Mike mentions "the Alien movies with Sigourney Weaver".
A VHS tape of this movie was shown in the Cinemassacre's Monster Madness promo.
A still image from the movie is shown.
"Would you rather have Alien 4?"
Film previewed in news section
featured in PGTC
Clips shown in a segment on Ellen Ripley.
Clips shown during the Sigourney Weaver tribute.
movie is reviewed
Movie is reviewed
Clips of mistakes shown
says this movie sucked even more
movie is reviewed
The Alien saga is the subject of discussion
The boys encounter several malformed towels, being the result of bad cloning experiments. One also says "Kill me", just like the 7th Ripley clone in Alien: Resurrection.
the alien that bangs its head against its cage and continually says "Kill me"
The mutant baby that says "Kill me"