The (New) $25,000 Pyramid (1973–1991)
Ida mentions watching the show.
In the opening scene when watching TV, Howard comes across "The $64,000 Pyramid".
Sandy, Mrs. Poole, Mark and Willie play the board game.
The family plays the board game.
Tom was trying to guess the secret word in the same style as this game.
Crow and Tom imitate the clues of the bonus round of "The $10,000 Pyramid."
Tom: "That kind of looks like 'The $10,000 Pyramid.'"
"Barricade" Joel: "Things that keep you from getting through?"
Crow (as if he were guessing in the bonus round): "Things you say to a guard? Things in a prison? Pass, pass!"
Fran mentions the show in its $20,000 incarnation by name.
While preparing for her appearance on Jeopardy, Fran mistakes the format of teh show with that of Pyramid.
Sookie mentions that Jackson's cousin was a contestant on the show.
Stan watches it on TV and continually asks questions in the same form as the show.
Some of the actor characters are talking about all of the game shows they have appeared on, including 'Card Sharks,' 'Wheel of Fortune,' '$25,000 Pyramid,' and 'Break the Bank.'
When Michael presses the menu button on the remote you see a flashback of his life and various theme songs from tv and gameshows play in the background
The Dick Clark-hosted $10,000, $25,000 and $100,000 Pyramid is the subject of a $200 question
Contestant Ethyl Will mentions having won $20,000 as a contestant in 1979
"The 25,000 Pyramid" mentioned
Ted and Robyn play a mock game of Pyramid.
Meredith Vieira mentions that guest expert Robert Wuhl appeared on the show as a contestant in the 1970s
Dakota Fanning says her mom likes to TiVo "The $100,000 Pyramid"
"The $25,000 Pyramid" is mentioned by Doug
Conan O'Brien's tour guide at Madame Tussaud's mentions this game show
Referenced in the Best Buy sketch
Philly's father is seen watching the show on TV
hotel scene, playing in background
A clip of this show is seen.
playing in hotel room
A fragment of the show is shown.
in the 1982 episode
Episode was Shown
Junior watches it
Clips from epsidoes were shown
Mary watches the show on television.
x rated spoof
Parodied as "The $211,000 Triangle".
Spoofed in "The $10,000 Pile of Mud" game show, seen on Pinky and Brain's TV set
Signs "For Sale $20.000 Pyramid" inside a pyramid in the "Tut TV" level
The Hulk appears on the show
Peter takes his naturalization test in a style identical to the game show's Winner's Circle bonus round. Dick Clark makes an appearance (when Peter fails the test) to prompt him with better clues that would have led to the correct answers. Everyone engages in banter as the theme music plays.
This short is a parody of the $25,000 Pyramid.
Ackbar on "Pyramid"