Lost in Space (1998)
This is a remake.
Dr. Smith says that Maj. West is "the Dr. Dolittle of outer space."
When Einstein travels one minute into the future and disappears in "Back to the Future," Marty says, "Where the hell is he?" Doc Brown tells him that the correct question is, "*When* the hell is he?" In "Lost in Space," similarly, when Maj. West says, "Where the hell are we?", Prof. Robinson tells him, "The question is, '*When* the hell are we?'"
C.C. speaks of the TV show being turned into a movie.
"behind the scenes"
Seen in a newspaper ad.
At the sci-fi convention, Bart approaches Jonathan Harris and says, "I saw that 'Lost in Space' movie; you are not Dr. Smith!"
Open reference by a character
Video box seen in Blockbuster Video during "To Be Or Not to Be"
TV exhibition features the robot from Lost in Space.
A film editor asks for the title from a DVD vendor.
movie poster is shown in Juliette Binoch's sons bedroom.
A poster can be seen when Roland falls into the dumpster
Mentioned by Courteney Cox
Mentioned by Steve
It is listed as one of the "sweded" movies. Also, DVD and video case are shown.
DVD is shown in a video store.
Spider Smith appears in this movie.
Hewy examines the filmography of Bruce Broughton
Dr. Smith (played by Walker) makes a cameo
Title mentioned while introducing Gary Oldman
DVD can be seen
The Robot from this film appears.
Mentioned in dialogue
Jeff plans on reviewing this film
poster is shown
The reboot is mentioned
The British Film Director says he uses improvisation, to which the unimpressed Interviewer replies "Christ! Do you know how many rewrites Lost in Space got? 60! Now that's corporate genius and it was still shit. Match that, you little bastard."
Clips are shown in the teaser for the next week's show.
Clips are shown. Movie is reviewed. Two thumbs down.
One of their picks.
Reviewed, clips shown.
remembering William Hurt saying "I love you, wife."
Critic still thinks this movie sucks
Doug Walker's version of Dr. Smith makes an appearance