The Ennio Morricone music from this film is used in several scenes where Tracy becomes very angry or startled.
High School masscot is a wolverine
In the text of a newspaper article in the film: "If you've paused the film in order to read this entire article, your time would be better spent renting Citizen Ruth from your local video store."
At the start of the film Jim McAllister is reading a newspaper that has a little picture of Rico at the top for an article inside.
Steven mentions it to Lizzie.
Jen tells Jack that he's being too much like Tracy Flick.
Video case is shown in a video store.
The character Dr. Walt Hendricks appears in the film.
video cover briefly seen in rental store
movie on shelf in store
The obsessive-with-success girl (Patty Farrell) signing up for student council president references Tracey Flick from Election
A still is shown of Matthew Broderick in "Election."
DVD cover shown.
Reese Witherspoon appearing in the movie is implied.
Title mentioned by Patrick Demsey while honoring Reese Witherspoon
Title mentioned while introducing Matthew Broderick
Christy mentions that Alexander Payne directed the film
also written by Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor
Reese is asked what she thinks happened to Tracey Flick.
Mentioned by Seth as he introduces Matthew Broderick
The characters discuss the movie.
Clip included; editing analysed.
clips are shown
Clip editied into MTV Generation award montage
Honorable mention, clips shown
Movie reviewed in this episode.
References and clips throughout episode
excerpts from the movie in this episode
The nerdy girl at school who asks students to vote for her