American History X (1998)
The guard who intimidates Derek when he is first brought to prison uses the same lines that Sgt. Foley said to Zack Mayo, almost word-for-word: 'You better stop eye-balling me, boy! I'll rip your eyeballs out of their sockets and skull-fuck you to death.'
Characters talk about this movie
Mentioned on Weekend Update
Tony Kaye is credited as "Director: American History X".
In AHX, Edward Norton's character tells someone "You fucked with the wrong bull." In DtS Norton's character tells someone "You fucked with the wrong rhino."
During his speech in the bathroom, Edward Norton says, "Slavery ended one hundred and thirty seven years ago. Move the fuck on!" This is a reference to American History X (1998), where he says, "Slavery ended like a hundred and thirty years ago, how long does it take to get your act together?"
Poster seen in "Praise You"
Mentioned by Peter as an example of Alan Smithee
The Level 3 Supremicists are a direct reference to Edward Norton's character
'Gutter stomp' parody.
The "curb stomp" Tony performs is also performed by Edward Norton in American History X.
DVD case can be seen on a shelf in the video store
Nick and L.B. says they watched the movie.
Blu-ray DVD cover
Curb stomp scene is recreated by Tosh
Title is a parody of the movie's title.
poster in Ali's home
Mentioned by bus rider
Hannah calls Charlie "American History X" because of his shaved head.
Teeth on a curb scene and one of the dealers says: "Hey, cuz, let me "American History X" this boy."
Fake campaign commercial includes an image of Edward Norton in the film
The infamous 'head stomp' scene is imitated.
Matt talks about this movie in the pub
There's a book in Franklin's Vinewood house entitled "American History Y".
Referenced by Alec Baldwin during the opening monologue
"One minute it looks like an American History X bedroom set..."
death of an older brother hero
Clips are shown in the segment on the Oscar nominations.
Swastika tatoo on Junior's chest
Meg performs the infamous curb stomp on Peter.
Robin curbstomps a kid.
Performed as a play during the end credits
The scene where Scootaloo tears posters off her wall comes from a scene in this film when Danny tears posters off of his wall.