Mystery Men (1999)
sound effect during display of physical strength
The Blue Raja say's "May the fork be with you".
pose on a dance floor
There is a reference to Sol Yurick's 1979 "The Warriors". During the scene Casanova Frankenstein is introducing the theme groups that are on his side. He follows up by saying "Dig it". In the Warriors, Cyrus gathered a bunch of New York City Theme gangs in the Bronx and in his visionary speech he repeatably said "Can you dig it?"
Car runs over toy in driveway in both
Kel Mitchell's character wants to call the team Super Dudes, after Kenan Thompson's character on the show
Casanova Frankenstein's parole hearing
Buzz Burgermatic appears at superhero convention
poster shown on the door of a video store
Poster seen in the video store
Augustine L. Cavanagh "Auggie" mentions that he got his SAG card by working two weeks as a union extra in the feature film "Mystery Men".
Dodgeball repeats a joke delivered in Mystery Men, another Ben Stiller movie, where an individual cannot remember the correct plural of the noun "nemesis"
Interview with creator, Bob Burden
Ben Stiller stars in Mystery Men 2
Paul Reubens (Vibenius) played 'The Spleen', whose super power is the targeted emission of very bad smells.
Video case is shown.
Geoffrey Rush's role mentioned
The only Dane Cook movie he likes
"There's a Mystery Men reference I could make..."
In the scene where Tom Waits and Colin Farrell are talking in the apartment, a Flaming Carrot poster can be seen in the background. Tom Waits starred in the Mystery Men movie based on characters that debuted in Flaming Carrot Comics.
Jay mentions that Dane Cook was in the film
Clips shown for the review.
VHS/DVD release reviewed + footage used
Shoveler's "egg salad" inspirational speech uses line's from the Battle of Agincourt rally