Blues Brothers 2000 (1998)
The Carl LaFong Trio (artist listed for the song "Let There Be Drums") is named after one of the running gags in the movie where the insurance salesman is looking for Carl LaFong.
"Peter Gunn Theme", a second-time cover by the Blues Brothers Band, is played during the scene where Elwood and Mack tie up the Russian mobsters in the alley.
Jim Belushi is seen starring in a version of Animal House, proclaiming "Toga! 2000!" John Belushi starred in the original Blues Brothers, with Jim Belushi in Blues Brothers 2000. John Belushi also starred in the original Animal House, so this is implied to essentially be "Animal House 2000"
Spence says he wants to rent this film.
Elwood Blues and Mighty Mack appear on Weekend Update
the Blues Brothers 2000 perform "live" at a resteraunt
Critic says this movie sucks
"The Caribbean scene from Blues Brothers 2000 made more sense."
another shitty sequel Dan Aykroyd starred in
recalls the terrible decision of having the orphanage shut down
"Buck Smithee: Sequel Producer" segment
Buck Smithee's Bad Sequels segment
movie is reviewed
Snob points out a song the original Blues Brothers never sang on stage, but was later used in the sequel