Video game adaptation
This is a game based on the Lord Of The Rings movie trilogy
Scene of the procession of elves moving over the bridge in Rivendell resembles "Ave Maria" sequence with the pilgrims moving in the exact manner over a similar bridge with similar torches
Camera shot: spinning down to and up from Gandalf's eye.
Gladiator training/Formation on Helm's Deep bridge
Borrows the shot of corpse opening eyes looking straight up while laying underwater
Much of the Battle of Helms Deep mirrors the final battle between Ash and the Deadite army.
Scene where Aragorn is left for dead and rescued on a horse looks exactly like the scene with Maximus riding home to Spain. He even has a serious cut on his arm!
Episode 613 is titled The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers
topic of the tv-special
Basil Brush claims he played Gollum in Lord of the Rings
Gollum appears on Weekend Update
Gollum/Sméagol scenes are referenced when Doc's personality starts to split with O'Malleys
Kyle describes scenes from the film.
An inmate wants to watch "Der Herr der Ringe".
The films are mentioned.
Gollum, a CGI character from The Two Towers, accepts his award in-character.
A poster of this movie is hanging on Cain's wall.
Poster seen on the wall at Kent's place where Fox and Bedbug meet
Andrew compares his friend's resurrection to Gandalf's
poster in window of video-store
Will's client Stuart references the Lord of the Rings movies.
Lorelai imitates Gollum and quotes the film, using a pair of Manolo Blahnik shoes as her "precious."
Mentioned by multiple winners
Meeting an obsessed fan, Figwit walks through her house looking at all the LOTR merchandise, including giant posters from the film and characters from the film
"I just got the new Lord of the Rings boxset."
Poster on Wall
the film applies Michael Moore's documentary style to the plot of the "Lord of the Rings" films
A movie parody and/or quote reference.
Music composed for this movie
this is a documentary that is about fans of LOTR and the Peter Jackson movie trilogy
Title of this film appears on screen. Also, video case and poster are shown in a video store.
Referenced in Exclusive Connections
Reference to the "Lord of the Rings" films
Mentions the Lord of the Rings trilogy
Dooku attempts to quote Saruman from The Two Towers, the connection being both characters were played by Christopher Lee
poster inside movie store
An Angel watches a huge battle and says "This is even more epic than that battle in that Lord of the Rings movie" refering to the huge, 30 minute long battle in this film.
Movie poster in Bucky's room
The film is mentioned
mentioned that the LOTR movies were shot back-to-back
Lennie says he saw the 'Lord of the Rings' (trilogy) on acid
Mentioned by name by Pedro.
Mentioned by the characters.
Reference to the trilogy
This movie gets mentioned.
Lord of the Rings Extended Edition DVD box set is discussed
Shannon compares Callum's mother to Gollum.
Girl imitates Gollum's voice when talking about a ring
Video case is shown in a video store.
discussion about how the LOTR trilogy is a gay commentary
SW vs. LOTR discussion
Jonathan tells an anecdote about when he saw this at the cinema.
A room was built into a fairy tale forest, and the children have seen the trilogy
Many of the Fighting Sequences were references to "Lord of the Rings".
Dominic Monaghan said that he heard trees are good conversationalists; he talked with trees in The Two Towers
Kevin talks about the Lord of the Rings movie trilogy.
Climax in M's realm
Mentioned in Elijah Wood interview.
Reference to Ian McKellan as Gandalf
mentioned in dialogue
question of the game "Wann war was?"
Bill: "Please, Treebeard, tell me what to do!"
Moore mentions the three Lord of the Rings films as great films.
Buzz is talking like Gollum, when he has the Winner Ring. He says My precious.
Video case is shown.
Critic: "There is no curse in Elvish, Entish, or the tongues of man for this treachery!"
The Nostalgia Critic thinks the dog sounds like Gollum.
Subject of a $500 question
mentioned that Peter Jackson wrote all three Lord of the Rings
Chris and his boss talk about the Lord of the Rings movies.
Frankie Boyle calls an audience member Frodo.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions Christopher Lee's role as Saruman in his review of Scars of Dracula (1970)
Jackson imitates Gollum when he refers to a "precious" dress
a still photograph is shown with Emily in front of an exhibition for the trilogy
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the Lord of the Rings film series in his review of Lord of the Rings: Conquest (2009) (VG)
When Ned and The Principal are having dinner, she says that Gandalf was a white wizard when he returned in The Two Towers
The Nostalgia Critic says that the series has "a bunch of midgets fighting each other"
Zombie TK Baha: "Boil 'em, mash 'em, stick 'em in a stew".
Homer (imitating Gollum) says, "You found the precious!"
When Susie is in the in-between-world, she at one point sees a blending light while in a forest, this is a reference to the blinding light that precedes Gandalf the Whites first appearance, with Susie standing there blended by the light, just like Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli in TTT
In his stand-up routine, Robin Williams imitates Gollum.
Phil cheers: "The Balrog's Dead!"
Steven Spielberg says that the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy is an example of a modern epic
Jason Gardiner references the film series twice.
Marcus states his plan to watch all three Lord of the Rings movies back to back, before he leaves Australia.
The guys believe the have an actual ring used in the movie.
On Weekend Update, James Carville (Bill Hader) says that he looks "like a Cajun Gollum."
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
Lord of the Rings trilogy mentions as the models are introduced to Sarah McLeod while they are standing at the Shire
The call for ladders to cross the Molossian fence is based on the attack on Helm's Deep.
DVD cover shown.
In Death by Death II, there's a LOTR chess set.
correct response in "The Trees Were Angry That Day, My Friends" category
The call for ladders to cross the Molossian fence is based on the attack on Helm's Deep.
Sheldon mentions his LOTR trilogy blu-ray DVD set.
The Critic does a what-if scenerio that includes the author of this story choosing not to continue it properly
(said in Gollum's voice about his wedding ring) "It's my precious"
Moving Cacti like the Ents marching to Isengard.
Nella and Lindsay had three Gollum posters, each signed by Andy Serkis
Tom asks Ben if he's going to take "a year-long walking tour of Peter Jackson's 'Lord of the Rings.'"
Appears on the list of DVD & Blu-Ray releases of April/May
Panda says that Orlando Bloom plays "Pirate Legolas" in the Pirates of the Carribean movies
Mentioned while introducing Elija Wood
Conan mentions the Lord of the Rings films while introducing Liv Tyler
Bruce mentions that his sons are watching Lord of the Rings as well as Helm's Deep.
Mentioned by Andy Serkis.
Title mentioned by James Franco while referencing WETA
John Noble talks about his name being misspelled on the Extended Edition end credits
When Panda mentions Gollum, a stillimage of Gollum from the second Lord of the Rings movie is shown
mentioned by the ladies
Sheldon is disappointed that the comic book store doesn't have "'Lord of the Rings' weaponry."
Gandalf the White appears in the Gandalf's Three Ring Binder skit.
Peter Jackson's films are discussed
Scenery and tours of the area where the Lord of the Rings trilogy was filmed are shown
The characters' trek across a swamp paralleling Frodo, Sam, and Gollum's journey across the Dead Marshes in "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers." Further, the name of Baljeet is merged with The Ring's Legolas the Elf to become Baljeetolas (additionally tied in by having bleached white hair and carrying a bow for shooting arrows). In a less than exact way, Buford's name also merges with Legolas, becoming "Bulavolus" even though he's made to look like the dwarf Gimli.
Critic is dismayed to learn he's used "every clip" from this movie as jokes
mentioned by the ladies
Harry asked Dumbledore if Gandalf will return as Gandalf the White.
Julie says she's seen The Lord of the Rings "like 40 times" (she means all three parts of the live-action movie).
The chipmunk blowing the giant snailhouse spoofs Gimli blowing the horn. Then the army of chipmunks' charge spoofs the Rohirrims downhill charge at Helms Deep
Past Critic mentions having just seen this movie
James mentions how Toxic Avenger helped paved Peter Jackson's film career that lead him to direct the Lord of the Rings films.
Galadriel's narration and dialogue from all three films are featured in the game.
Lord of the Rings films mentioned
The trilogy was mentioned during the "Three Lord of the Rings Movies Later" title card.
A shot of Evanora and Theodora making a speech to his troops on the balcony like Saruman and Wormtongue does on the balcony with the Uruk-Hai army.
Mrs. Twombly contemplates taking a doorknob she wants, calling it her "precious" and flip-flopping between sane and crazy, talking to herself.
Nick says that wrongly Australia is "'Lord of the Rings' country." Actually it was filmed in New Zealand
Edith says Gru resembles Gollum.
Mike mentions the Lord of the Rings movies.
This movie is on Chuy's movie knowledge quiz.
Gollum appears in the "Bad Boy Rap" sketch.
The worm (imitating Samwise) says, "Potatoes: mash 'em, boil 'em, put 'em in a stew!"
reviewed + footage used
DVD release reviewed + footage used
The film is shown at the Lord of the Rings themed party.
DVD release of the Extended Edition reviewed + footage used
special effects clip shown
The quote "My precious." is #85 on the list.
Gurgi compared to Gollum. Gurgi: "Gurgi come back to be your friend" Gollum: "You don't have any friends; nobody likes you!"
Reviewed, clips shown.
Screenplay Cliché segment
Clips of mistakes shown
Clips shown in a segment on the Lord of the Rings trilogy.
clip is shown
Battle scene is shown
Mentioned when discussing abrupt movie title droppings in the plot
A clip is shown of Sauron
Tree monster scene
A Jaywalking participant is substituted for Gollum in the scene where he argues with himself
Clips from the 3 movies are shown as Panda "forgets about it"
To be reviewed next time
movie is reviewed
Lindsay recaps the previous film
"I have the feeling Aragon will make it to the Two Towers also."
The Critic examines this movie and determines what moments he finds to be dumb
praises Gollum's look
Much of the music, plot, events and dialogue on the boy's quest spoofs that of this movie. Many plot parrallels happen in order to spoof this film.
Chris Kattan parodies Gollum
The character of Cleanie was styled after the The Lord of the Rings character Gollum, from his appearance to the way he said "My preciousss.... Gollum!".
spoofed on Weekend Update
Elwood's tracking of the trio at the cave spoofs Aragorn's tracking of the hobbits into Fangorn Forest
Human male character tells ironic story about a magic bracelet, which might be well suitable for a movie trilogy; "the second part could be called 'a couple of towers'"
person pees on a tree that comes alive and crushes him during the LOTR/Surreal Life parody
The scene where Mac and Bloo try to break Duchess back into Foster's is a spoof of the Battle of Helm's Deep.
Vaious scenes in Operation F.I.S.H.Y. are spoofing the Peter Jackson movie.
Some guy is acting and sounding like Gollum ("My precious")
A boy inhales helium and quotes Gollum
Dylan catches the diamond and lustfully claims "My Precious" then "Just Kidding"
quagmire and the maid are in the woods talking to each other in elvish like how aragorn and arwen talk to each other in elvish in the movie
The fight between Herbert (the old man) and the tree in the backyard spoofed the Balrog and Gandalf fight scene.
When Randal is showing what the Rings movies were to the Rings fans.
The war preparation of the otters resembles the last stand of the people of Rohan at Helm's Deep, including the sounding of a big horn and the phrase "so it begins".
The character of Amy comedically impersonates Gollum/Smeagol "Me wants it, me needs it..."
Spoofs the siege of Helm's Deep at the Battle of the Hornburg: fighting off siege ladders of attacking brown-shirted 'Uruk-hai' delivery men.
The Ents chase Forrest Gump.
The battle for imaginationland parodies the battle at Helms Deep. Also, Gandalf appears.
The opening scene from this movie, a long shot of the camera pulling back over the mountains, is used in the second act. Also, the scene where cuddly characters are given swords and helmets is a parody of a scene before the battle at Helm's Deep.
Dead Marches scene spoofed as hot lard swamp
Many spoofs of this movie can be found.
Standing at the top of the tree with Kylie, Mr. Fox asks, "Who am I Kylie?" and at the end of the conversation says, "and so it begins." This is a spoof of Theoden speaking with Gamling before the Battle of Helm's Deep.
The scene in which Liz talks with herself (as "Performer-Liz" and "Regular-Liz") in the mirror spoofs Gollum's monologue about the Ring
Rob Reiner and Tom Cruise talk about "... having her do it." similar to Gollum at the end of that movie.
Parodies the entire Lord of the Rings saga.
Chang's monologue with himself spoofs Gollum's inner debate in "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers."
A tree person in a wheelchair speaks like Treebeard.
When Twilight is talking to herself, it resembles the scene from the film The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers where the character Gollum is talking to himself.
Spoofed in the "The Ring Is Mine" segment
Eleanor gets a hold of the mango and, imitating Gollum, says, "My precious! My precious!"
All five of Gollum's personalities have an argument.
The Great Elder Tree is a spoof of Ents