She's All That (1999)
Mentioned in a "Jeopardy!" clue as Zeppo Marx's final film with the Marx brothers.
Referenced in a "Jeopardy!" clue.
Mackenzie tells Laney that her eyebrows look like that of Bert from "Sesame Street".
Pronounced by Wayne as a sarcastic response to a "Jeopardy!" clue.
Simon is called rain-rain-rain man.
Laney says she feels like Julia Roberts from Pretty Woman, except for the hooker thing.
At school, Jesse asks Laney if she watched last night's "Dateline."
Brodie tells Jay and Silent Bob that Miramax has been going downhill in quality since the film was released.
Two characters discuss how Freddie Prinze Jr.'s character asked out a supposed ugly duckling in this film on a bet.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Michelle is told that she is like the girl in a Freddie Prinze film who is hot once she takes off her glasses
Marc and Betty discuss this movie.
referenced by Mac
Bianca thinks Kat's life could resemble the film.
"You've Got Mail is a title more dated than She's All That."
Mentioned in dialogue by Dennis
mentioned by Ilana
"This is obviously an adaptation of She's All That..."
Jacky St. James mentions it.
Titus says, "What if he's 'She's All That's-ing me?"
Chad and Boone talk about making a movie about a popular guy dating an unpopular girl to make her popular.
Mentioned in dialogue
Amy says she wants to watch a '90s rom-com in which Freddie Prinze Jr. takes a beautiful nerd to the prom
Seen on TV.
Clips from the film are show.
Clip showing an interrupted kiss.
movie is reviewed
Brock Hudson as a participant of that show.
The large part of the plot where Jake tries to get Janey to date him and tries to make her Prom Queen because of a bet after he gets dumped by his girlfriend for another 'different' guy. Janey's name even rhymes with the geek girl (Laney) in She's All That.
"There She Goes" plays as song as Bleh goes down the stairs
Lois walks down the stairs to "There She Goes" and Chris pushes her out of the way
Santa's entrance at the stairs with music that sounds like "Kiss Me".