Office Space (1999)
Peter Gibbons:"Uh... I might be going away for a while" (Office Space, 1999) references Travis Bickle:"I might be going away for a while" (Taxi Driver, 1976)
The computer scam the three heroes attempt is reffered to as "like in Superman 3".
Tom's house has the iconic backyard from Edward Scissorhands
Peter lives in Morningwood Apartments
A TPS Report from Office Space is scanned in this episode.
David Brent announces that Ricky is leaving. Although Ricky didn't get a going-away present, David says "You should have seen what we got Pete Gibbons!" Peter Gibbons was lead character in the similarly-themed Office Space (1999).
Title appears on screen when Ron Livingston is in shot.
Achievements "Someone's got a case of the Mondays!" and "Screw Bill Lumbergh!"
the main characters constantly talk about and quote Office Space
Level title: "Office Spaced"
Elmer Fudd gets harassed by Daffy and Bugs at the office.
Ajay Naidu, who was in Office Space, calls Billy Bob thornton "Ass-clown", which is one of the more memorable lines from Office Space.
Video case is shown in a video store.
"T.P.S reports cover sheet" quote in this game
Mentioned in dialogue; Stephen Root is attributed to working on this film.
In Nemesis Automatons missions, the Automatons talk about needing those TPS reports.
Plot aspects, TPS reports
John Locke is asked about TPS reports by his boss. "Maybe he didn't see the memo..."
DVD and video case are shown in a video store.
TPS Reports are on desks in Interval 04.
In "The Interview", Homestar says, "Yeah, yeah, that'd be great," in imitation of Bill Lumbergh
Semi-regular "Family Guy" voice actor Gary Cole plays his "Office Space" character Bill Lumbergh who explains to Lois that she must eat at the kids table.
In the Music Within review, Phillips mentions Ron Livingston is also in this film.
Greg Pitts recreates his "Oh Face" bit
DVD is shown in Circuit City.
Roy borrows Moss' red Swingline stapler
A person said how much he hated this movie.
"Yeah, those TPS reports are a bitch."
"Yeah, those TPS reports are a bitch."
Subject of a $2,000 question
This episode contains references to the movie "Office Space". Besides the cubicles in the office where the victim works, one character mentions that he has completed the "TPS reports". The boss is named Lombard; very close name to the boss Lumbergh in "Office Space".
Subject of a $200 clue in the category "Actresses' Roles"
Included in a $3,000 question
Ryan Downey says Jennifer Aniston was great in this movie.
Along with starring Ron Livingstone, when the employee is fired at the beginning a coworker mentions that they "even took his stapler"
mentioned by Trip
Office worker/Boss scene is a direct reference of "Lumberg"...
When Richard Riehle's character appears, Mike J refers to him as "the bloke from Office Space"
Swingline Stapler seen in the episode that stars Stephen Root
Uncle Hank mentions that his father's coworker watched Office Space over and over before he snapped.
Quoted in dialogue
When the asian office worker is discovered watching the online show at work the boss says "About those TPS reports".
The bar where "drinks tuesday" is held is called "Tchotchkes".
Oz says Initech hired them
"A wacky stuck-up family with that bloke from Office Space."
mentioned by Tosh
Ted uses a red swingline stapler to staple his ear back on.
"That guy from Office Space" is on the Critic's "Horrible Pieces of Human Shit" list
Video case is shown.
Title reference, and Gus has a red Swingline stapler, just like Milton's
Mark Schlereth lists his top 5 movies since 1986
During Spider-Man's hallucination, Deadpool asks Peter Parker if he got the memo about putting the TPS reports on the cover sheets.
One of the papers in the office area says "TPS report" as its head next to the Initech logo.
Brad borrows material from The Washington Post's review of this film.
The scene where Emmet talks about the Double-decker couch mirrors a scene in Office Space where Tom Smykowski talks about his jump to conclusions board.
"and not... Psychiatrist from Office Space guy."
"...and how he needs to do better with his TPS reports."
Mentioned in dialogue.
Blackcatloner mentions how this movie pays homage to Richard Pryor's trick with the computers.
The title is a line of dialogue from the film.
Mentioned in dialogue
Liv steals a red Swingline stapler from Det. Babineaux's desk. The red Swingline model 747 stapler is the same as the one Milton is so attached to in Office Space.
Ted and John smash a laptop, in homage to the printer in Office Space
Light satire of corporate culture.
Winn refers to the film.
The company's name "Smykowski LTD." was named after the character Tom Smykowski who tries to commit suicide.
references Milton Waddams, one of the film's main characters
The cast comments on Gary Cole being in the film.
Captain Horstock retrieves his red swingline line stapler from the new captain's desk.
Title mentioned and two still pictures of Milton shown on Weekend Update
Critic imitates Bill Lumburgh when Gary Cole appears
Peter plays this version of Tetris on his computer.
Clips are shown in the teaser for the next week's show.
Footage from this film was edited into this mini-series.
clips are shown to illustrate the best restaurant scenes in films
Clips from the movie
Jerk mentions that one of the cops in Country Bears was in this movie.
a clip is shown during Nell Minow's segment
Clips used in review.
Clip of Michael struggling with an office machine included in Copy Cats segment
points out Richard Riehle in both films
Michael Bolton complaining about his implied namesake.
Clip in montage of prison jokes.
gives Milton an honorable mention
The scene where Stewie and Brian destroy the Surfin' Bird record spoofs the scene in Office Space where Peter, Michael, and Samir destroy the printer.
The Grinch's boss is a spoof of Lumbergh
iPhone smashing scene is like the scene where the guys destroy the fax machine in the field. The same music also plays.