Jay says he loved the film
The episode title (and plot) both reference the movie
Mentioned on Morning Latte
Mentioned during Presidential Debate
Dimitra & Thodoris watch this film in a theater
Mentioned by Liz Taylor on W.U.
Referenced on Weekend Update
Ralphie quotes a line from the film.
Referenced by Liz Taylor
Ralphie quotes a line/
Ralph says a line and then he says it's a quote from "Gladiator"
One of two movies that Rob Brody tries to base a new script on.
Skip: "It's noble and heroic and all that other Russell Crowe Gladiator crap."
Copies of this movie can be seen at the gas station.
Russell Crowe shouts 'Were you not entertained? ' during Now That's What Actors Call Singing!: Volume 1
A character suggests a porn title of Glad He Ate Her.
When a Tv show the boys watch says "Russel Crowe likes to act" we see an animated picture of him in this movie.
Mitzi mentions the film.
Mentioned when talking about the Colosseum.
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!
Referenced by Jeremy
Mentioned during 'Velvet Productions' skit
mentioned by a character
Jeffrey Katzenberg mentions this movie.
mentionned once by Hans Zimmer
Hand caressing the wheat in the field
Swiss talks about the casting in this movie.
Ali G says he heard The Passion of the Christ is a rip off of Gladiator.
Mentioned on 'Morning Latte'
Gladiator is mentioned by name in the documentary.
The movie is mentioned in a conversation
quote "are you not entertained"
several small posters in projectionist's room
Picture of the film seen
Mark rents the film on DVD "Apparentely there's an outtake where this extra gets piked".
on shelf in video store
Referenced by title
One of the films on the list
Mention of Omid Djalili being in it
Mentioned in dialogue
Malcolm shouts "unleash hell".
when larry goes to the costume shop to fine a disguise he puts on a gladiator costume and then says "Naa, I look to much like Russel Crowe"
"At my signal, unleash Hell!"
Referenced by name
contestant Maggie Parcells mentions watching the movie
To describe Russel Crowe without saying his name as part of a game, a woman says he was in that Roman movie.
DVD cover on shelf
Someone mentions Omid Djali's role in this movie.
store manager mentions and quotes film; also its music is used in the background.
Mentioned in Russel Crowe interview.
the shot of a floating Shahrukh in the song "Main Hoon Don" is taken from Gladiator
Roman general says "Unleash hell" to his troops, and fires flaming projectiles at enemy.
poster seen on wall
David Graham and Eliza Campagna dance their Paso Doble to music from this movie.
"his 'Gladiator' fixation"
A sketch is discussed in which Holly Hunter screen tests for the role of Lucilla.
the left hand touching the golden wheat in the beginning
Spanky shouts "Are you not entertained" after reenacting a fantasy game
Cartman's dream is similar to Maximus' vision of returning home. Also the music is similar.
Omid tells that he was in this movie.
Carson: "He's super tough, like Russel Crowe in Gladiator."
It is said that Omid acted in this movie.
DVD seen attached to the wall of Neville's weapons cabinet
when the Cheltenham Ladies college bus approaches St Trinians one of the young Girls says "on my command Unleash hell"
Andy refers to Ridley Scott as director of this film.
when Jean Todt strikes the horse and feels the soil.
quote "are you not entertained"
Russell Crowe is referred to as Maximus
When Red is beating Saul, he quotes Maximus line "What we do in our life, echoes in eternity"
Mentioned as a modern successor to Quo Vadis (1951) in the genre of roman epics.
Mentioned in film.
DVD seen in rental store
Reference in a $2,000 question
During the interview, AC/DC's Brian Johnson mentioned the film.
Line "strength and honor" quoted
Mentioned in the Ricky Gervais sketch.
Mentioned by Meredith Vieira following an $8,000 question about director Ridley Scott
"Are you not entertained" is quoted
Mentioned by Liza and Stephen
Subject of a $1,600 clue in the category "Of War"
Ellen says "Robin Hood" is from the people who brought us "Gladiator."
"...in front of a green screen showing Gladiator."
David Threlfall mentions the film during the first round.
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "Inside the Actors Studio"
Audrey tells Jake to walk into Bretton's office like Russell Crowe in it
mentioned in dialogue
Movie referenced in this episode.
"!t's like "Gladiator" meets "Grand Theft Auto." You gotta give him an "A" for creativity!"
Rob jokingly says: "At my signal, unleash hell!" - a famous line from the older film.
"Were you not entertained?"
Scene acted out for the dwarves' showreels.
Chaz Ebert mentions that the film was shot at Atlas Studios in Morocco
The film was a option in a question
Gerard Butler mentions that John Logan wrote the film
The movie is a part of a question
Andreas Bo mention the film
David Gee does an impression of Russel Crowe in Gladiator
bad movie directed by Ridley Scott
mentioned by Rita
"Are you not entertained?"
Character reads title off a page
Mentioned in dialogue
Ross mentions the movie by name.
Russell Crowe says that the film did not have any licensed action figures
VHS/DVD release reviewed + footage used
General Maximus Decimus Meridus is #50 on the "Heroes" list.
Clip included; editing analysed.
Clip and discuss by omid Djalili
Clips are shown
footage from this film is shown in this documentary
Some clips from this movie are shown in a segment on the line "At my signal, unleash hell."
Featured in Best Picture montage.
Shown on the 2000 episode
"Movie Theology with Father Brett" segment
Taking #3 in the best fighting movies
Clips of mistakes shown
a clip is included in a montage of Russell Crowe films
Ellen's #1 Russel Crow line
Taking #1 as the top revenge movies
Russell Crowe gets an honorable mention, clips shown
Gladiator is the #5 Best Action Film.
Clip shown from Hans Zimmer's early work.
Taking #1 for top warrior movies
Honorable mention, footage shown
Clips seen and discussed
The coloseum scene is a spoof of Gladiator
Timmy tries to film a good re-enactment of this movie.
heroes sent to an arena to battle with similar weapons as in Gladiator
The film is in part a spoof of Gladiator.
scene with Maximus holding a sword thinking there are tigers around him
Part of the "WrestleMania Goes Hollywood" promotion
Before the airbattle between Stewie's troop and Bertram's troops starts, Stewie says: "At my signal, unleash hell", just like Maximus does in the opening scene of this movie.
Animated comedy lampooning the behind the scenes antics of 'Gladiator'
The boy in black spoofs Gladiator (2000), when he gives his victory speech.
A gladiator totally kills with his new arena routine
The opening scene where Maximus is running his hand over the wheat feild is directly spoofed by a zombie running his hand over the weeds in AWAKEN THE DEAD, same shot same angle.
the plot about Maximus being enslaved