characters talk about it
Green Hornet toys appear in the toy store.
"Sir, are you trying to seduce me?"
Bartleby and Loki refer the show on the bus
Tap dancing gangs
After God heals Bethany, Metatron says, She can rebuld you, She has the technology. She can make you better, stronger, faster... , a reference to the "The Six Million Dollar Man".
One of the characters says of his injury, "I'm fine. It's merely a flesh wound."
Jay: "Sonny, let me make a deal wit ya".
Bartleby says "...survey says!!" during the Mooby board meeting
Jay talks about the World Trade Center scene.
After meeting with Bethany, Jay says "It's like I'm Han, you're Chewie, she's Ben Kenobi and we're in that fucked-up bar!"
Character refers to the chest bursting scene.
When Azrael is urging Silent Bob to use the golf club on him, he says "Call it a gift," and "Come on Bright Boy, don't you know anything?"
Bartleby and Loki refer to E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial on the bus.
"They're Creeping Up on You!"
Jay is telling Bethany that the reason they came out to Shermer Illinois was because of this guy John Huges who made Sixteen Candles
Howard Shore's "Lunar Hula" song repurposed as the "Mooby Cow theme"
Jay says "Wow. Looks like Freddy's been here."
"Maybe his name is a killing word."
"Sit your electric boogie ass down."
Jay and Silent Bob state that they were on a search for the fictional town of Shermer, Illinois, referenced in John Hughes's movies. Rufus later reveals a secret from Bethany's past about a boy named Brian Johnson, which is the same name as a character from the John Hughes film The Breakfast Club (1985) set in Shermer
in a list of john hughes movies
Bartleby and Loki refer to Krush Groove and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial on the bus.
When Jay asks Bethany if she knows John Hughes, she replies "Sixteen Candles John Hughes?"
"Hey, you wanna see a dead body?"
There are several references to George Carlin, including the name Rufus
Silent Bob says to a shocked passenger, after throwing the two angels off the train, "No ticket," a direct reference to Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, when Jones throws a German officer out the window of a Zeppelin.
After Silent Bob has thrown Loki and Barthleby he says "No tickets" as Indiana Jones does in the airship sequence.
Serendipity: "the only one of the top 20 highest grossing films" that she did not inspire
" Do you have any idea what we are gonna do to you? If we find any kind of scratch?"
The sequence durning the fight Rufus attempts to kick Jay.
Jay talks about the show.
The Stygian Triplets wield hockey sticks and wear in-line skates.
Jay makes a reference to The Piano when he first sees God.
The clerk at the gun store where Loki looks to purchase a weapon for his killing spree. Also, at the end of the movie, Jay suggests to go to 'Quick Stop', which is the convenience store from Clerks.
"Well, I guess I should thank you for not sticking it up your ass."
"And stop saying "okay" all the time. Okay?" - exact same dialogue in both 'movies'
Referenced by name
On the train, Jay can be heard describing the events of Mallrats to Bartleby and Loki.
Rufus: "they had you at hello."
Jay in "Dogma," mentions "Con Air" after Rufus falls from the sky.
The image of Jesus with the thumb up that the Cardinal show at the beginning of the movie, it's taken straight from the last scene of "Orgazmo".
"Let me give you a little inside information about God." (Al Pacino in "Devil's Advocate, The"; Rufus, the 13th Apostole in "Dogma")
Angels are revealed to have their own very human hang-ups
A group of kids are seen with Pokemon cards.
Advertised on a marquee in the background of a night scene.
Poster for the Video Game is seen.
The TV show is mention.
Poster seen on the Bus.
"Split a piece of wood; I am there. Lift up the stone, and you will find me there." comes from Stigmata.
An on-screen promise that Jay and Silent Bob will return in "Dogma".
The Buddy Christ, unveiled by Cardinal Glick as the new image of Christ was also used in End of Days.
King responds to Lance after being threatened, "You gonna do something to me? I'm a friggin' angel!" In Dogma, Azreal states to Silent Bob right before getting hit with a golf club, "What are you gonna do? I'm a f**king demon!"
"Who makes out with their wife" Was a subject brought up by Matt Damon in Dogma
Mentioned and discussed numerous times.
Mentioned in dialogue; Kevin Smith is attributed to working on this film.
The opening scenes at the airport
In the scene where Ollie breaks down crying while feeding the newborn baby, a small statue of the 'Buddy Christ' from "Dogma" is visible in the background on the shelves.
Referenced in dialog about picking up women at the abortion clinic
Randall has a trading card of God and 2 angels that resemble Bartleby and Loki from this movie
The movie was mentioned once.
Carlin's role in the film discussed
Kevin Smith refers to the fact that he cast Alanis Morissette as God in two films.
A "Buddy Christ" dashboard figure is visible in the van.
videotape in stack
Poster on Kevin Smith's wall.
Poster hanging in Lou's room
Rufus the thirteenth apostle refers to Chris Rocks charecter.
Poot calls Frank his "hetero life-mate" like Jay calls Silent Bob in Dogma
Kevin references the "poop monster" numerous times, and also mentions the movie by name.
movie on shelf in store
Mentioned in dialogue
DVD seen in the video store.
Mentioned among DVD re-releases
Claudia mentions Serendipity as a stripper.
Mentioned by Kevin Smith.
Doug Keck disparages the irreverent "Buddy Christ" statue featured in this "very horrible movie."
Mentioned by Kevin Smith
Re-worked poster/artwork for the film is shown.
Video case is shown.
Video tape seen
Mentioned in dialogue.
"Movie Theology with Father Brett" segment
chronicling the further works of Kevin Smith
Footage of this movie is shown.
Silent Bob jacks a coat.
Clip of George Carlin as Cardinal Glick introducing Buddy Christ
Several scenes from Dogma are shown featuring the Golgothan and actors wearing Guastini's prosthetic angel wings.
After Silent Bob brings Bethany back to the church, the Metatron says "Wax on. Wax off," and then God vigorously rubs her hands together and holds them over Bethany.
At about 76 minutes into the movie, Silent Bob points towards the angels he just threw off the train and says 'No Ticket'. It's a copy of when Dr Jones throws the German Officer out the window of the derigible.