The Green Mile (1999)
One of the union construction workers calls out "Hey Green Mile!" to Wesley Snipes' character
Homer meets a very violent "John Coffey" while on death row. Music very similar to Thomas Newman's score for The Green Mile plays during this scene.
Mooney says he hates the film
Mentioned at the Poker game
Mentioned in Murphy's list of prison films.
An inmate wants to watch this movie.
The prison guard's uniforms are exactly like the ones in the Green Mile.
Mentioned by Frank Darabont.
DVD in store
Referenced on Weekend Update
when steve and his uncle are talking about characters from movies they talk about John Coffey from "the green mile"
Referenced by name
Dave calls his huge bodyguard 'the nigga from Green Mile'
Mentioned by Tracy
mentioned in newspaper article
Carter tells Reynard that he is going to end up in prison, where "your best friend is gonna be a mouse."
artwork courtesy of Drew Struzan
Evelyn: "What is that? Non-dairy creamer? Just take me to the Green Mile and be done with it."
Included in a $300 question
Mentioned by Meredith Vieira as she notes contestant's resemblance to Michael Clarke Duncan
Mentioned during Two First Names
Subject of a $25,000 question
mentioned in dialogue
Joe mentions "Walking the Green Mile".
Mentioned on Weekend Update when talking about David Letterman scandal
Leslie: "I look like Michael Clarke Duncan, and this mother fucker be... be a 'Green Mile 2' in this bitch."
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "The Star's TV Show & Movie"
Mentioned in dialogue
Overview on Stephen King adaptions
Comissioner Gordon purposely forgets to wet the sponge for the Joker's execution, and he dies in the same manner as Eduard Delacroix in "The Green Mile."
Poster on the classroom wall.
Title mentioned by Roseanne Barr during interview
Referenced by Shirley as one of the "movie titles that sound like names for poops"
Stephen King discusses film adaptations of his novels that he enjoys
Leo is channeling the character of John Coffee when he tells the Eddie Ross "if you lied to us, I'll bring you back to life so they can execute you again."
Jay mentions that Michael Clarke Duncan was Oscar-nominated for his role in the film
mentioned by Tosh
Barry says that "Green Mile" helped to cure Tom Hanks' impotence.
"The Green 1/16th of a Mile"
Mentioned in conversation
referenced in clue in "Guards" category
Bonnie says to Regina: "Dead man walkin'.....!"
Themes of death and dealing with death inspired the ones Megan face throughout the film.
Appears onscreen as an on-demand title.
Ruckus lists this movie among movies starring black actors who portray characters with special needs.
Bo jokes about smothering Sahil with a pillow in the same context Jan Edgecomb threatens to smother Paul with a pillow.
A VHS copy of the film is seen.
Referenced by Tosh
Movie is referenced.
Tom Hanks and James Corden re-enact a scene
During the scene at dinner, James B. Donovan (Tom Hanks) uses the line, "Every man deserves a defense". This line was also used in another Tom Hanks starring movie, The Green Mile (1999).
Dusty says, "He's gonna have to walk the green mile."
Mentioned by Leon as a Tom Hanks film that features a mouse named Mr. Jingles during the Final Chase.
Mentioned by Tracy Morgan
When Jake is being questioned, one of the detectives mentions "Old Sparky".
Referenced in "Theme Restaurant"
Mentioned by Mo Farah
Answer to a question
Adler calls Marta "Green Mile".
The pet sanctuary Watterson the puppy goes to after his capture is named after Cold Mountain Penitentiary's Death Row because they periodically have to (humanely) destroy overflow animals.
Clips are shown.
Clips featured during In Memorium segment (Michael Jeter).
Footage of the movie was shown.
Clips are shown
Clips featured during In Memoriam segment.
Footage is shown
Featured during an obituary.
A fragment is shown.
A clip of John Coffey reviving Mr. Jingles was shown.
Clip is shown
A prisoner, John Cappuccino - a reference to John Coffey - is brought onto the plane.
Spoofed in one of Molly's fantasies.
Mentioned in a fecal gag as the Brown Mile.
Mr. Burns's cellmate sucks the evil out of him in the same manner as John Coffey in "The Green Mile."