The gag with someone being poor and then pulls a big pile of money out of his pocket/jacket is redone in LS&2SB.
When Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels shows the carnage after the fight between the gangs of Dog and Rory Breaker, and again later, it plays the dirge-like theme from C'era una volta il West, associated with Harmonica and Frank, and which plays, among other times, when Frank massacres the McBain family and later when he finds everybody dead after a massive shootout on Morton's train.
The scene where the police are in the van loading their weapons is mimicked in lock Stock and 2 moking barrels when rory and his crew are going to get their weed back,
Bacon talks about "Scarface" in the bar. Saying "I've watched Scarface", and telling his friends "If you want to know how to do a drug deal, watch Scarface"
Soap and Tom's dialog about assumptions (mis)quotes Marion in "Priscilla".
Vinnie Jones re-enacts the head-smashing scene
in the video where polsa is choking, there is a large and obviously strategically placed poster (it's the largest object on screen) of lock, stock and two smoking barrels, on the back wall. a clip of the scene is in the trailer at smalasussie.se
EAST END GANGSTER TYPES
Mark says "You nearly twatted a geezer? What, were you playing the Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels video game?"
Referenced by name
Paul Blart slams a tanning bed door repeatedly on a criminal just like Big Chris in Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
Jane's menu has a dish called Vinnie Jones: Lock Stock and Smokin' Salmon.
The narrators joke that all good Brit films (Trainspotting and Lock Stock) start with a chase and mock Four Weddings.
Scene after Eddy loses the poker game, in segment "Peluquero y Portero".
Jason Statham mentions auditioning for the film
Referenced in the digital short
A man is attacked near a "Lock, Stock and Two toasted Bagels"
Poster is shown
Referenced in the "Chris for President" sketch
Ondrej Sokol mentioned it.
Clips are shown
Clips of mistakes shown
Clip shown in montage of Jason Statham films
The "English English" (cockney rhyming slang) scene
The episode is a parody on the movie "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels".
The episode spoofs the film.