Movie edited into a short comedic clip
The name Jimmy Grants appears in both Movies.
"Tracks? Who are you? Pocahontas?"
The boyfriend charater in chapter 3 got the same short tem memory lost from a car accident. Polaroid photos and hand written text is used to help recollect forgotten events.
Mentioned in dialogue
Dory has the same short-term memory problem as Memento's main character.
Character writes clues on his body because he keeps forgetting everything (he has the disease of Alzheimer)
You can see this movie in Robert Englunds DVD collection
customers hate this 'confusing' movie
Stan says "Did you see Memento? It's not as good the second time."
Referenced by Greg Wagnowsky
The plot of this film is very similar to that of Memento(2000). Both are about a man with short term memory loss who tattoos events onto his body and keeps a journal who is looking for his lover's killer.
They talking about the Movie.
Mentioned on Weekend Update
Jackie has tattoo on his neck that reads simply "memento." In 'Memento' Leonard records vital information by tattooing it on his body.
Themes of memory loss and the use of notes on the body and polaroid photos in order to remember important information.
Entire theme of short term memory loss, how the protagonist keeps memory using tattoos and Polaroid pics
Subject of a $4,000 question
Poster on wall when the Dwarfers discover they're characters on a TV show
The section Phone Call in One Minutes runs the series of events backwards as a reference to Memento.
Word references on the pictures and on Costello's gun
The film takes the jumbled, out-of-sequence view point of its deranged main character.
mentioned by Doug
Referenced by name
Included in a $10,000 question
Listed as a movie directed by Christopher Nolan
Jennifer Todd mentions this movie during interview
Quoted dialogue: "Always get a receipt"
mentioned by Bobby
mentioned by Dean
mentioned by Heylia
Panda mentions Nolan directing "Memento"
Mentioned in dialogue
When Steven points out to George that he keeps getting his name wrong, George says to him, "I am so sorry, Steven. Because of the marijuana, my whole life is like that film, Memento."
During this episode, Jeff loses his short-term memory multiple times and writes several notes and reminders on his arm, as in "Memento."
"Since when was this a kid version of Memento?"
mentioned as also directed by Christopher Nolan
mentioned by Will
Clips shown for the review.
Shown on the 2001 episode
Taking #6 as the top revenge movies
Clips are shown
Clips of mistakes shown
clips are shown during the "Hot & Now" segment
has a character named "Memento Guy" who is a spoof of Lenny from Memento