Almost Famous (2000)
The three 'band-aids' who deflower William refer to him as "Opie"
Manager telling wife/girlfriend something that the audience can't hear - woman's suicide attempt follows
When Jerry is helping Dorothy move, one of the boxes has the game Risk. A box Anita's boyfriend is carrying when he is helping her move also has the game Risk.
documentary about the movie
Mentioned during the monologue
Billboard shown in segment "Under-the-Radar Marketing".
Jess rents the film to watch with Rory.
Pyburn quotes Crudup.
As the band Rooney pulls up behind a club, Summer quotes the line from Almost Famous, "It's all happening!"
mentioned in dialogue
An item in the "travel scrapbook" includes lyrics from a fictitious song, "The Road," by J. Bebe and R. Hammond. This is a reference to another Crowe film, Almost Famous. Jeff Bebe and Russell Hammond were members of Stillwater, the band William Miller toured with.
referenced in clue in "Movie Songs" category
Character mistakes memory for a scene from "Almost Famous"
Ari mentions Almost Famous, the house party scene is an homage to the film
correct response in "I've Zine the Movie" category
Strong Sad's plan to be a snooty rock journalist and sell the rights to the story of his exploits to a snooty independent movie studio refers to this movie, which chronicles Cameron Crowe's work at Rolling Stone
A declaration of love is made during a potential plane crash
Film is discussed
In a discussion about the musicians' "code," Shawn says, "Even Patrick Fugit knows that."
Shawn wonders aloud whether "Polexia" was Anna Paquin's name in "Almost Famous." It was.
When stan is trying to get backstage, he's dressed as the character William Miller and says he's a reporter for Rolling Stone magazine, and Roger is dressed like the Penny Lane character.
Mentioned by a contestant during interview
Contestant mentions the film while discussing her past work as a rock journalist
At one point in the film while Marmaduke is throwing a party, there is a crowd of dogs surrounding a pool with a dog on top of a shed near the pool. Right before the dog jumps off the roof, he says "I am a Golden Dog", refering to the line that Russell Hammond says in the same exact scene in Almost Famous, but only with humans.
mentioned in dialogue
Brendan Fevola and Jessica Raffa dance their Rumba to Tiny Dancer, a song from the soundtrack of Almost Famous.
"I am a golden god!"
Referenced in dialogue
A TV set in the prison gets broken because someone watched "Almost Famous" on an endless loop.
Jay says he will review "Almost Famous: The Jon Lovitz Story" on his next episode
Penny Lane (Kate Hudson) explains the difference between a groupie and a band aid to William Miller (Patrick Fugit)
Clips shown in a segment on the song Tiny Dancer.
Clips of mistakes shown
Clip of Jaywalking interviewee Samer Sourakli's brief role as 'Mustache Boy'
"Is it like that scene in Almost Famous..."
Honorable mention, clips shown
a clip is shown in a montage of Kate Hudson films
Person on house roof at party says shes a golden goddess and jumps into pool
Lead charcters deflowering
Fish gets on a roof above a swimming pool and says the line, "I'm a golden Fish"