The Emperor's New Groove (2000)
Pacha said while looking for potions "Lions, Tigers, Bears..." And unexpectedly off camera Yzma said "Oh my."
The cut-away to the chimp with the bug, is a subtle reference to the opening montage of the Xanadu Estate, there is a similar shot of a pair of monkeys eating bugs.
When the llama Kuzco is in the jungle, he hears a fly screaming "Help me, help me!" as it is about to be attacked by a spider.
The cat gate and meow near the beginning and cat near the end are references to Eartha Kitt's previous role as Catwoman.
Kuzco says "Buh-bye," the catchphrase of David Spade's Total Bastard Airlines sketch
Cicha, Pacha's wife quotes Marty Maraschino when she says "Lady with a baby, coming through."
Pacha gives Kuzco the whole "I know there's still good in you" speech
Kuzco is in this movie
Kuzco is a guest at the House of Mouse
Yumi can understand what squirrels speak.
DVD cover shown.
Shown alongside "El Dorado" to show the dueling movies
"You sound more like Eartha Kitt from The Emperor's New Groove..."
NChick mentions this movie
The scene where Daring Do is pursued by numerous big cats, followed by a small house cat that meows cutely at her
Poster is shown
Referenced in the Disney cartoon mentor sketch
Mentioned by narrator
listed as a theatrically released Disney animated film
The director's name is Cronk, Snob remarks that the film was "made by someone who speaks squirrel"
"...before they get Emperor's New Groove fever."
reviewed + footage used
Clips of Yzma and Kronk shown.
Film is talked about, clips shown.
Clip played during the conclusion.
Screenplay Cliché segment
Kronk is ranked at number 6.
The Nostalgia Chick criticizes Disney films
Shows footage of the dutch version.
The beginning of Yzma's translation with her sinister laugh is like Maleficent's into the dragon.
chimp eating the bug spoofs opening of this rescuers movie
Yzma's falling while screaming is based on Gaston's.