Good Will Hunting (1997)
The job interview Will sends Chuckie on is for a company called Holden & McNeil. Ben Affleck's character in Chasing Amy (1997) was Holden McNeil.
rachel is humming a tune and asks what it is and chandler says it is the theme from good will humping
Mentioned on Morning Latte
Berg apologizes to Sharon for giving her "Good Will Hunting" on her birthday
Ross convinces Joey to write a movie script "like those Good Will Hunting guys".
Gene Siskel jokingly calls "Mercury Rising" (1998) a prequel to this movie.
Much of the episode parodies this movie. One scene in particular is spoofed: the part where Will gets a girl's number and holds it up to the window and shouts "How do you like dem apples?!" is re-enacted.
Phoebe refers to the applicants as Good Will Huntings.
Referenced during Mango skit
Holden McNeil: "You know that kid from Good Will Hunting and Armageddon?"
A video cassette called Good Will Fronting was found, which is similar in name to the film Good Will Hunting (1997).
A character suggests a porn title of Good Will Humping
Shows montage of Matthew doing math problems, with same song and editing technique as in Good Will Hunting's equation solving sequence with Matt Damon.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Nergal Jr., when turned into Ms. Butterbean, shoves several apples into Sperg's mouth and says to him, "How do you like them apples?"
Mentioned by 'Barbara Walters'
In a Flashback Ben Affleck argues with Matt Damon because Ben Affleck wants writing credit for Good Will Hunting when Ben Affleck hasn't contributed to the script at all.
Referenced in dialogue.
mentioned by Veronica
Ben jokes that he has to "see about a girl"
"Ben Affleck has an Oscar. I shit you not."
Kittner compares Charlie to Good Will Hunting.
the "It's not your fault" scene is recreated
Seen on the shelf in the DVD store
Mentioned on Weekend Update
Similar scenes with young man solving older man's math puzzles.
Dean says he sees Matt Damon to which Sam responds "Matt Damon" picked up a broom and started cleaning in which Dean replies he is probably researching a role.
When Dale tells his therapist about his life, he tries to pass off the plot of Good Will Hunting as his life story.
Mentioned by Mrs. Chase
Mentioned in a review of Milk as another movie on which Gus van Sant has worked.
Shawn mentions his "Will Hunting action" to Gus. Also, at the end, Madeleine says "time to go see about a girl" and Shawn replies "How do you like them apples." These are both lines from Good Will Hunting.
Peter talks about how he was Matt Damon's neck, saying in the flashback "Are you going to play a hard dude with gift for mathematics again?"
One of Eli's five desert island movies
Title used as puzzle
Robin mentions a pornographic parody of the film
Mentioned in dialogue
Jules says Jeff is 'Good Will Hunting Smart'-
Subject of a $50,000 question
Poster of the movie is shown among movies with Robin Williams.
DVD cover shown.
Roeper says Robin Williams won the Best Actor for his performance
mentioned in dialogue
David mentions Ben and Matt's Oscar win for Good Will Hunting.
The first shot of the second scene features a shot very similar to one in Gus Van Sant's "Good Will Hunting." Director Joel Marsh included the shot as an homage to one of his favorite directors.
Imagery from the film appears in this short
another film by Gus Van Sant
"How do you like them apples?"
Mentioned by name after riffing on "how do you like them apples" line
Conan mentions several Ben Affleck moves during the Conologue
Rachel to Mike - "I can do math too, Good Will Hunting."
Appears on the list of Blu-ray releases of September/October
Gus says that Shawn has "matched up 'The Town' with 'Good Will Hunting.'"
James Sinclair St. Wallins calls this his favorite Matt Damon movie
another Robin Williams movie with a contrived message
listed as one of Pelant's Pay Per View movies
serious bearded Robin Williams says his wife is dead
After Dr. Eddy says "it's not your fault" for the third time, Ryan says "Wait. That's from Good Will Hunting." Ryan looks around and then at Dr. Eddy and says, "Holy shit! Your Robin Willi..." Before Dr. Eddy cuts him off.
says this film and Gerry do not properly represent Van Sant's style.
Will mentions the film title to a psychiatrist.
Jay mentions that Ben Affleck won an Oscar for writing the film
One of the achievements named "How d'ya like them apples!"
Referenced in dialogue
Matt Damon says he first met Bill Clinton after he screened the film at Camp David
Jay mentions that Ben Affleck won an Oscar for the film
Discord at one point says, "Do you like carrots, Angel? I'm playing your owner for a fool! How do you like them carrots?"
Referenced by Teddy
Ricky adopts part of Will's past to gain sympathy.
Referenced by Ben
Jay says Matt Damon has been coming to the show since "Good Will Hunting"
Si Robinson mentions this movie by name
Chelsea mentions Minnie Driver's Oscar nomination.
A scene reference in Jeff Crispi's counseling sessions,
Footage is shown while Sean is telling Will about skipping the game to go out with his future wife.
features clips from this film
Clips are shown for all the major Oscar nominees.
Features snippets from this film.
References to Matt Damon writing this film
a clip is shown in a montage of Ben Affleck films
Clip shown in montage of Matt Damon films
Harmony Korine acted in this Gus Van Sant film
this is the porn remake of the 1997 film
Lisa talks with a Boston accent, at one point says, "Matthew, do you like apples?" smacks popcorn out of Matthew's hand, "You spilled your popcorn. How do you like them apples?"
Jay and Silent Bob gate crash the set of 'Good Will Hunting 2: Hunting Season' where the famous bar scene from GWH is being practically re-enacted
good will humping scene
Shows scene from movie where Skylar and Wil meet for coffee.
Troy's plotline in this episode spoofs that of "Good Will Hunting"; he shows a particular skill at plumbing and fixing pipes and is encouraged by Abed (spoofing Ben Affleck) and the janitorial staff (spoofing Stellan Skarsgaard playing Gerry) to pursue it.
"Who solved my theorem?" (2+2=4)