Footage is used during the rocket launch.
This is a video game based on the film trilogy.
Toilet made completely of gold
Fembot Bras with guns are derived from The 10th Victim - Decima vittima, La (1965)
Austin watches this and says it's his favourite movie.
Burt Bacharach (Composer for Casino Royale, 1967) cameo appearance, homage to original James Bond Parody
Felicity asks Austin about what the present (her future) is like and he says "The earth is ruled by damn dirty apes!" as a joke. He's making reference to the plot of this film and the famous line from it "Get your stinking paws off me you damn dirty ape!"
Spoofs Barbarella's opening credits with the same "names on private parts" gag
Dr. Evil says, "I'm Zippy Longstocking!"
"Is he giving off too much of a creepy Oompa Loompa vibe?"
Dr. Evil says he needs a young priest and an old priest when his chair starts spinning uncontrollaby, then he says "The power of Christ compells you"
Dr Evil: Austin is the Snake to my Mongoose. Or the Mongoose to my Snake... I don't do animals.
"Dirty pillows" referenced
Dr. Evil calls his laser the 'Death Star'
Dr. Evil's lines with the bouncing globe
Dr. Evil quotes the "I am your father" line
The time travel panel and "explanation" is very similar to those in this film.
The dance that Heather Graham does at the party just before she meets Austin is the same one that Patrick Dempsey's character makes up for the school dance in "Can't Buy Me Love (1987)."
Austin crosses himself while doing the "spectacles, testicles, wallet, watch" thing. One of the main characters in Nuns on the Run taught this to the other as a way to remember how to cross himself.
Dr. Evil and Scott appear on this show.
Austin puts his hands up as little ears when he sees his love interest, like Garth did in the diner.
Dr. Evil mentions using footage from this.
Dr. Evil quotes this many times when he goes back in time and noone knows what he's on about then Scott tells him it hasn't been made yet.
Characters from the film which featured the song.
Verne Troyer then appears as Mini Lorne Michaels
Mentioned and the characters attend a party themed around it
In "Beautiful Stranger", Mike Myers and Michael York appear as their characters from the film
referenced during Weekend Update
Ms. Glass mentions the movie as her twin sister's favorite.
Chris Jericho calls the Kat Chyna's "Mini-Me little buddy."
Advertisement on a bus
After Louis impersonates Austin Powers, Ren says "I've lost my mojo!". A quote from this film and a direct reference to it's plot.
Tucker refers to the fact that Seth Green played Dr. Evil's son Scott.
Leon refers to Seth Green as "Senor Evil."
The character "Maxi Me" is a reference to "Mini-Me", Verne Troyer's character in the Austin Powers series.
Ron's June 1999 planner has "Austin Powers screen(ing)" on it
McKenna refers to the film.
Dialog when the colleagues are stunned by Tim's inflatable birthday present.
Dr. Phreak's (Verne Troyer) line "Mini? Me? I'm not mini." is a reference to Verne Troyer playing Mini Me in "Austin Powers".
Jimmy impersonates Dr. Evil reciting the famous "Zip It" dialogue
The "Mini-Me" reference.
Sound Clip heard in film
Taylor calls Lorelai Mini-Me
Poster in video store
In both Seth Green movies, a character mistakes a glass of human waste for a beverage.
John says: "So we wake him up use him as bait, let her harvest his mojo"
Someone remarks that the dwarf looks like Mini-Me.
Mentioned during Weekend Update
Jake calls a little person "Mini-Wee"
Justin calls Brian Dr. Evil.
O'Neill calls his younger clone "Mini-Me".
Jack mentions Teal's losing his mojo.
"Why won't you die" line used in both films
67 min. into the film Kevin calls one of Leo's henchmen by the name of Mini-Me, a character from the older film.
Adam says that Joan has lost her mojo for boat building.
Brent attends the Blind Date game dressed in the red suit from the second Austin Powers film and says "groovy baby", "shagadelic" and some of his other catchphrases. He then says he most resembles Austin Powers.
Referenced by the paparazzi
reference to Mini-Me
Derek mentions Mini-Me
Chris calls his unborn self "Mini-Me".
Groovy Guy Austin Powers says 'I've lost my mojo'
They mention the movie by name.
Sky Captains's line "Why won't you die?" is a line from the second Austin Powers film when fighting one of the goons.
a man is called Mini-Me
Chucky is referred to as Mini-Me by a paparazzo
Lorelai refers to Anna as Mini-Me.
Addressing the British, the Bush-Blair relationship is described as "You're like Mini Me to our Dr Evil - helping out in all our zany schemes to take over the world"
DVD is shown in a video store.
Referenced in Going 2 C Movies
Scene in a hidden vegetable shrine.
Abby tells Gibbs that Zach is "Mini-Gibbs" because of the way that he acts. Gibbs replies he's a Mini-Me
"Mini-Me is little"
In both movies, Ferrell's character falls (off-camera), breaks his leg, and explains this in a tiny voice from off-camera to the other characters. He later breaks his other leg.
Dylan refers to Zeebad as "Mini-Zee"
they talk with Seth Green about being in the movie
Jerry Lawler says "Get in my belly" during the Kamala vs. Umaga match.
referred to when Seth Green puts his pinky to his mouth
Chris says he described Mini-Me
Stole the Star Wars joke: Dr. Evil: "Austin, I'm your father.", Austin: "Really?", Dr. Evil: "No, not really."
Reference to the Austin Powers films
A female PO makes a joke about Mini-me
Verne Troyer is called Mini-Me
In one of the deleted scenes shown in the end credits. Aleksandr refers to someon as "my nazi mini-me"
Tesla mentions his "Mini-Me's".
Linkara has a fat character say "get in my belly" ala Fat Bastard.
Features selected themes and characters
"Dog, it's what's for dinner" in the episode and "Baby, it's what's for dinner" in the movie.
Bill: "That's why I need to find someone who can help her before she becomes Alan's little Mini-Me."
Annie says that George is Tully's Mini Me
"...making me think this is going to be a Superhero Bay of Pigs orchestrated by Fat Bastard..."
Subject of a $1,200 clue in the category "Flower Girls"
Subject of a $1,200 clue in the category "Mr. & Ms. Roboto"
EDI at one point causes Joker's chair to start spinning irradically back and forth, which is also what happens to Dr. Evil's rotating chair in the movie. Joker is also voiced by Seth Green, who plays Scott Evil in the movie
When Echo finds out a child has been imprinted with her personality, she refers to the child as Mini Me
"My God, it's Fat Bastard."
"He makes Mini Me look tall"
Mentioned by one of the contestants as an incorrect answer.
"He looks like Donald Duck's mojo."
Appears on the list of DVD & Blu-Ray releases of May/June
Due to poor description given by an eyewitness, Gloria jokes that Mini-Me is one of the suspects.
Mini-Me mentioned in lyrics
Seth Green mentions the toyline that came with this movie in 1999
Sage refers to a villain as Fat Bastard.
Mini Me mentioned
"I guess it's time for the Shrek/Fat Bastard voice."
Snob refers to Oancitizen as "Mini Me."
jokingly puts this movie's subtitle with Men in Black 3.
Film Brain chastises Die Another Day for using a giant laser beam, he even imitates Dr. Evil while doing so.
Two shadows on a tent wall, and Snob claims "this is where she pulls stuff out of his ass."
A sequence between Mike Myers & Liz Hurley is copied.
Mini Me is referenced in "Guy Fieri's Full Throttle Christmas."
The Nerd sees 'laser' in quotation marks and asks "Did Dr. Evil write this?"
Fletcher calls a stagehand "mini-me"
Rose Hathaway says, "we didn't even really know Mini-Mia..."
The main villain calls his right hand man Number Two, and says to another character: "You complete me," which are both Doctor Evil moments from this movie. On the movie poster he is making the same finger gesture as Doctor Evil.
Verne Troyer's role as Mini-Me is referenced in "Song Styles."
When Charlie does a Google for famous doctors, Dr. Evil comes up as one of the image results.
Mentioned by Denise (as Austin Powers 2).
Mini-Me is mentioned.
the legacy of Nelson de la Rosa's character as a parody is mentioned
Seol Nae-il refers to Choi Min-hee as "Mini Min-hee" (in effect "Mini-Me").
Fat Bastard mentioned
"Fat Bastard" mentioned
A still is shown of the film.
Soundtrack lyric refers to "Mini-me and Austin Powers."
"They go to their space station, which, honest to God, makes the one in Austin Powers look credible."
A person is insulted by being called "Mini-Me".
contestants must match characters from the film
Mentioned by narrator
Chris Hemsworth mentions Fat Bastard
Winn refers to Siobhan as "Cat's new Mini-Me."
Name of movie is shown in graphic as Austin Powers movies
Shaw refers to Lambert as Greer's Mini-Me.
David Spade mentions that Rob Lowe was in the film
"Why make trillions if we can make billions?"
Arastoo Vaziri mentions the character Mini-Me in conversation with Jack Hodgins: "Sounds like fun. You and your Mini-Me playing mad scientist."
This Reel Comedy installment is about Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999).
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the review of the film in next week's episode + clip shown
reviewed + footage used
A clip is shown of Dr. Evil and Mini-Me singing.
Some clips from this movie are shown in a segment on Dr. Evil.
Clips shown in a segment on scenes where a bare Austin Powers has his private parts covered by some well-placed props.
Some clips from this movie are shown in a report that mentions that Heath Ledger was once linked to Heather Graham.
Clips of this film were featured in 'The Great American Culture Quiz' segment.
Fat Bastard's voice is dubbed over Bo Abobo.
"Time Travel Movie" segment.
Clips shown as part of Brett's Time Travel movie
Clip used in review.
Austin goes cross-eyed
Welshy's lengthy recap of the Scream characters makes Austin go cross-eyed.
Todd mentions that a dubstep remix of Fat Bastard talking about how sexy he is would be the same as the song he's reviewing.
Brief clip of Dr. Evil calling his laser the 'Death Star'
Austin goes cross-eyed trying to figure out the situation
A fragment is shown.
Austin goes cross-eyed.
recalling Mike Myers' popularity
Film Brain talks about Mike Myers' rise to fame
trailer takes #8
Clip is seen
Austin goes cross-eyed
This Reel Comedy installment is about Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999).
The famous "bikini coming out of the sea" scene is parodied.
Music played as Austin and Felicity land on the beach of Dr. Evil's island lair; also, location of the villain's lair inside a dormant volcano.
Both main characters eat fecal matter
The opening recap of writing drifting upwards infront of a shot of stars.
Mini-me bursts through Austin's top, just like the chest bursting scene in this film.
Space Station ; Mini-Me sucked into space like Drax
Casino Royale sign during opening. Never Say Never Again has a sign that says Casino Royale.
When Austin states that Vanessa is a Fem-bot, she replies, "No shit, Sherlock," as Audrey II does to Seymour when he realises the plant is an alien
Austin states, "This time, it's personal" twice during the film, spoofing the infamous tagline for this movie
method to extract mojo from frozen Austin is like DNA extraction from fossilized mosquitos
Ivana Humpalot is a parody of Xenia Onatopp
The entire character of Minime is a parody of the mini Dr. Moreu which Moreu keeps as a companion, in addiditon to this, the both have scenes where the two sit playing piano together, with the smaller double on top of the big piano playing a mini piano.
In the intro, Shrek brushes his teeth and looks at himself in the mirror, which then breaks. The same thing happens in Mike Myers's Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999).
Austin is in a jacuzzi with two girls while taking to the leader of the expedition of finding the ark. Later Ausin is talking in a telephonebooth with the vice presient of the United States.
When the chipmonk bites the crotch of Will, it spoofs the scene where Mini Me Bites Austin's crotch on the moon base.