Elijah asks a customer in his store, "Do you see any Teletubbies in here?"
References to events of the film and how they are influenced by comic books
Seen on movie marquee
Spenny loses the competition and has to tell the people at the movie theatre the ending to the movie
David Dunne is a character in both films
You can see this movie in Robert Englunds DVD collection
There is a frontal reference in Michael Blanco to one of the shots of Unbreakable (the television set shot upside down is a subjective shot of a guy watching the TV upside down - same process in both films (Unbreakable and Michael Blanco)
When Mr. Walker is teling Lucius that he is fearless after the elders read the note Ivy is sitting in a chair behind him. Everyone around her is wearing dark colors while she is wearing a bright blue dress. Shyamalan used this technique so the audience would notice Ivy. He also used this in Unbreakable when David was first using his power. Everyone that was passing by him was wearing dark colors and everyone that brushed him was wearing bright colors.
In "Through the Wire", West says "Unbreakable, you thought they call me 'Mr. Glass'"
Mentioned by Michael
Marshall says he thought he was unbreakable because, like the movie, he never broke a bone, never got sick and could summon great strength..
Poster seen in Ben's apartment
Stan mentions movies with twist endings; for this one he claims that Samuel L. Jackson wasn't black
The poster for this film is featured prominently in one scene.
Video case is shown.
The Janitor watches it
One of the skills Brick can acquire in the game is called "Unbreakable".
mentioned in conversation
Mentioned in dialogue
Honorable mention for top movie superheroes
Both Dr. Ruthledge and Elijah Price are on a crutch, also both movies start with a train catastrophy. Dr. Ruthledge's enthusiasm about implementing the Source Code program implies that he might be responsible of the train incident in a way.
Was a source of inspiration for filmmakers which include title and plot similarities.
another of M. Night Shyamalan's films
another film by M. Night
Troy describes the film as unbelievable.
Tom's Tweet: "Just hit a fire hydrant, but I survived. #Unbreakable. #WhatsMrGlassuptothesedays? #whynosequel?"
Referenced in the "Dylan McDermott or Dermot Mulroney?" segment
Abed compares the study group's origin story to "Unbreakable."
Mentioned that they main character was a bad guy.
mentioned by Kate
Shawn says, "I'm unbreakable!", and Gus adds, "Like Samuel L. Jackson!"
referenced in clue in "Cinema" category
listed as a film with Samuel L. Jackson
Seth discusses his love of the movie with M. Night Shyamalan
Jay says he loved the film
Clips, behind-the-scenes and making of
A clip is shown
"How to Spot a Shyamalan" sequence
Clips shown in a segment.
movie is subject of discussion
Clip is shown
Scene where the main character is trying to develop superstrength by weightlifting
Spoofed in segment "Alan Moore presenta Muchachada Nui"