Con Air (1997)
Baby O: "They say the way he killed those people makes the Manson family look like the Partridge Family."
Ving Rhames' character wrote an autobiography entitled "Reflections in a Diamond Eye"
When Baby-O calls Bishop "hey, lady!", she responds "Lady's a dog in a Walt Disney movie".
The scene in "Con Air" where Garland plays with the little girl is a reference to Frankenstein doing the same.
Malloy: "What kind of a Keystone Cops operation are you guys runnin' here?"
"This is so much better than Con Air"
Jonas mentions the movie
Film Brain mentions that the director of The Mechanic directed this film.
Title mentioned by Bill Burr
Penny watches the movie on a date
Mentioned by Urgant.
Still is shown in the "In Current Release" bumper. Two thumbs up.
Kat mentions Pybrun's favorite movie.
Ignatiy mentions that Simon West directed the film
Video case is shown.
Jay mentions that Steve Buscemi was in the film
M.C. Gainey nicknames himself "Diamond Dog". Diamond Dog was also a character played by Ving Rhames in "Con Air". Both films are directed by Simon West.
correct response in "Nicolas Cage Movies" category
Shawn tells Gus, "Don't be Nic Cage's accent from 'Con Air.'"
Subject of a $1,600 clue in the category "Steve Buscemi Films"
The episode title is a clear reference, and the plot also shows similarities with the above movie's.
One of Seth Myer's proposed nicknames for Rod Blagojevich is Con Hair
Mentioned by Vinny Vedecci
Bart: "This ain't a genius helicopter; this is Con Air!"
Simon West is mentioned as the director of this film in the narration.
Discusses writing screenplay for the film.
"Con-Air: The Musical"
On the bus, Ms. Crabtree holds a gun to a stuffed bunny and says "Nobody move or the bunny gets it!"
mentioned by Joey
Simon Pegg's character, Sidney Young, talks about its many merits.
Video case is shown in a video store.
mentioned in documentary
Troy Duffy makes a derisive comment about the Jerry Bruckheimer film
The shot of the doughnuts hitting the ground
Garland Greene is called a "national treasure" in a film starring Nicolas Cage and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
Jay in "Dogma," mentions "Con Air" after Rufus falls from the sky.
The shot of the asteroids hitting the ground
a clip is shown in a montage of John Malkovich films
Footage from this is featured.
Clips are shown for all the movies with "Best Song" Oscar nominations.
Conan explains that Nicolas Cage films will now replace the old color-coded terror threat assessment system, with Con Air being Level 1, the lowest
a clip is shown in a montage of John Cusack films
a clip is shown during a montage of John Cusack's films
"Are We Alone?" segment
Saul watches it on TV
The airplane carrying Tees Maar Khan from France to India is named Con Air.
When Gil arrives at his new school he is dropped off in the same manner as Garland Greene with full body restraints, double key locks, and various other control methods.