You've Got Mail (1998)
miniseries tie-in edition of the book is read
Mentioned on Weekend Update
This is a pre-release first look at the film You've Got Mail
Phoebe and Joey go to see the film.
Robbie and Sonia try to convince Barry to use his work computer. Robbie says he wants to go into a few chat rooms and meet people. Sonia replies, "Yeah, like that film You've Got Mail."
Dennis: "You've got mail. Now that was a movie."
one of Brian's porn titles: "You've Got Male Genitalia"
Ron mentions this as being his favorite film.
Joel refers to the film.
meg ryan montage
Referenced on Sex and the City
Video case is shown in a video store.
Mention of Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan when Harold and Kumar see Maria at the cinema
Kathleen's screen name is "Shopgirl."
they mention the movie in the newspaper article that speaks
movie on shelf in store
One of the answers in the semi-final round in which host Kris Aquino asked for the movies of Meg Ryan since 1985.
A brief mention of this movie is made
Video set up as dominoes.
Mrs. Ashton mentioned the movie.
Earl woos Kimmy by quoting You've Got Mail
Fred says that he found the film among Jane's DVD collection.
Included in a $15,000 question
Included in a $1,000 question
incorrectly called "She's Got Mail"
Mindy Kaling says it is her favorite romantic comedy
mentioned in dialogue
To be reviewed next time.
mentions another Meg Ryan remake
One of the Decepticons asked the tour guide if the location they're in was a filming location of this movie.
On Weekend Update, General Aladeen plugs his other film "You've Got Mail Bomb."
Movie was mentioned by leader.
Mindy says it's her favorite movie.
Danny Granger says it's his favorite Tom Hanks romantic comedy.
Typing a letter of interest.
Nico mentions the movie by name.
Paul tells Owen that Jane and Stacy love to watch the same romantic comedies, like "You've Got Mail".
Ellen's #1 Couple That Should Break Up.
movie is reviewed
Mindy is watching in a flashback when she was in High School.
During a bar scene, the characters talk about one of them liking "You've got more mail", a movie in which Meg Ryan dies.