Sliding Doors (1998)
James reminds Helen a quote from this title.
James says to Helen, "Hey, remember what the Monty Python boys say", to which she replies, "What, 'always look on the bright side of life?'"
Mentioned by Helen.
Same premise, following multiple versions of a person, based on whether they catch a train that is leaving.
Russell says to Gerry, "I must say, being with you makes the wait for the next episode of Seinfeld much easier to bear".
James says that Clive's favourite TV show is Baywatch.
mentioned during the monologue
Carmen says Gwyneth Paltrow was great in this movie.
Melfi mentions the title
Title reference, homage.
same title, same plot trick of parallel realities
Gus mentions it.
Referenced by name
Nick: "'Sliding Doors.' The movie. We saw that together, remember?"
VHS tape falls from the shelf.
VHS tape seen
This episode is an homage to "Sliding Doors."
Laurie tells the others about the movie Sliding Doors.
Seth Meyers tells 'James Corden' that the two of them look as alike as the two Gwyneth Paltrows in the film.
Pays homage to the alternate reality plot
Les Hill describes Dan's fall off a balcony as a Sliding Doors moment in his and Elle's holiday.
narrator explains how Jane imagines a Sliding Doors-style alternate life running parallel to her own
Annie and Pilar talk about the movie.
The entire plot is based on the film
The Spanish Armarda sketch is shown on TV
The Spanish Armada sketch is shown on TV
Reviewing bbc output at Christmas
Clips shown in a segment.
Clips are shown
Clips shown as an honorable mention
The opening shows two different timelines, one where they rent Sliding Doors and another where they rent Weekend at Bernies.
The plot of the episode is based on this movie
Title/Alternate futures where Linda meets Bob without his mustache