scenes are taken from this film
Amélie is told that the name Bretodeau is pronounced, in part, like "Toto"
The marshmallow twister in Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain refers to the problems Hulot (Jacques Tati) has with it in Les vacances de Monsieur Hulot
Raymond Dufayel is a disabled man unable to leave his house who spies on his neighbors.
the succession of kisses Amélie gives Nino at the end of the film mirrors the succession of kisses between Alain Delon and Monica Vitti in L'eclisse
uses the theme music in a montage of Amélie's state of being
in Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain, the main character (Amélie) is intrigued by a shredded photograph she found near a photobooth, much like the main character in L'amour en fuite who falls in love with a woman whose shredded photograph he discovers inside a telephone booth
a character references a new satellite to be lauched with the remains of the dead, as it is with "the great kings of the past" in The Lion King
in Chung Hing sam lam, Faye secretly breaks into the apartment of Cop 663, the man she is infatuated with, and gives everything a good makeover. Meanwhile, Amélie secretly breaks into the apartment of Mr. Collignon, the bullying owner of the neighborhood greengrocer, and wreaks havoc on everything as a practical joke
final scene on a motorcycle
Nino carries around a plastic bag and Joseph refers to him in the diner as "the guy with the plastic bag." This is an homage to Ricky Fitts from American Beauty (1999)
referenced in Weekend Update
the motorcycling of the happy reunited couple in the end is a reference to the closing motorcycling scene in Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain
poster of Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain is seen in Ngo liu poh lut gau ching
magazine cover on a table
James Wong references the film in a discussion with Morgan and Shirley Walker
Referenced by name
Jean-Pierre Jeunet talks about his other movie that he made after Alien: Resurrection (1997)
Jason mentions Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain in dialogue
DVD cover shown in the video store
Daniela has a poster of Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain in her room
in the video store, the clerk asks Christian if he wants to rent Amélie
the director claims that he ran out of ideas and added in a box that was a direct reference to Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain, his previous film
in Dalaran, you can find a character whose name is Jean Pierre Poulin, a combination of Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Amélie Poulain
older man guided over the street by the film's main character
same Paris locations used
comparison between March of the Penguins (2005) and Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain
the hairdo shown in the segment "Porte de Choisy"
Sonia rents Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain from the local video shop
the DVD cover is shown in close-up in Rao Hui's DVD collection
mentioned in dialogue
Milica's quest for butterflies is referenced as Amélie's quest for love (poster of Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain is visible two times in Misija: Leptir)
scene where Kalpana helps the blind man is taken from Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain
poster visible in the cinema Angela Lansberg attends
During one of his heartbroken scenes, Tom projects himself onto random French doco segments much in the same way as Amélie does when she was upset.
the idea for a photo of Julie and Jim at various famous sites is taken from this film, referred to as "the gnome thing" by Ryan
Onscreen crawl of movies edited by Cleanflix
Beirut, I Love You (I Love You Not) is a tribute to Jean-Pierre Jeunet's Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain
Cinéman mentions having an affair with Amélie and dumping her
The animated "sperm race" sequence is a reference to Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain. Also, the protagonists of both films are 'dreamers' who like making benevolent acts silently
tribute to Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain
Serena mentions watching "Amélie".
Jez and Zara watch it
Amanda tells police that she and Raffaele watched "Amélie" on his computer.
commented and poster shown
also directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet
The guy who directed Alien: Resurrection also directed this movie.
Poster visible in the cinema.
Mindy says she fell asleep watching 'Amélie'.
Many locations of the film are taken from Amelie, one of the director's most favorite film
The original French film poster is on the wall of Tim's bedroom.
Nook calls Fluttershy "Amelie Pony."
The final musical scene is based on Amèlie's ending.
when Amélie makes a comment about people not looking at the road whilst driving in older films, it is about a scene from Father's Little Dividend
two scenes when Amélie watches faces behind her at a movie theatre
Clips are shown
Movie reviewed in this episode.
Orgasm scene used to show France's openness about sexuality.
title reference. Also, the main character tries to act the same as Amélie Poulain
has a character who is a spoof of Amélie