Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge (1991 Video Game)
If the player makes Guybrush suck in helium from the balloon, one of the things he sings "We represent the lollipop guild", from one of the Munchkin songs.
Guybrush says "Mouthwash? We don't need no stinkin' mouthwash!", referencing the "stinkin' badges" line.
When Wally is abducted, the Voodoo Lady says "I just felt a sudden disturbance in the Force, as if a tiny, tiny voice just called out in fear", a variation of Obi-Wan's line when Alderaan is destroyed.
During the finale, LeChuck "confesses" to be Guybrush' brother, referring to the scene in the movie where Darth Vader confesses to Luke to be his father.
One of the addresses the player can select when Guybrush applies for a library card is 1060 West Addison, the false address Elwood used on his driver's license renewal.
Indy's whip is for sale in the shop. The shopkeeper says it's same one used in "Raiders".
When lying on the floor, LeChuck asks Guybrush to take his mask off, referring to the scene in the movie where Darth Vader asks to Luke the same thing.
One of the drinks Guybrush orders at the bar is a "Yellowbeard's Baby".
Guybrush tells Governor Phatt "I'll be back!"
Bart and Fink are the names of the two pirates sitting around the campfire.
Indy's whip is for sale in the shop. The shopkeeper says it's same one used in "Young Chronicles".
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the Money Island video game series in his review of Full Throttle (1995) (VG)
Wally remembers Guybrush' attempt to grow a beard. The Carnival of the Damned is revisited. LeChuck mentions how Dinky Island from the second game is connected to Monkey Island. And there is also a flashback to Guybrush' meeting with Rapp Scallion in that game.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the video game in his review of The Curse of Monkey Island (1997) (VG)
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the Monkey Island series during his review of Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine (1999) (VG)
The manilla envelope containing everything he needs to solve the mystery if he only figures out how...
Jack uses a coffin as a vessel, just as Guybrush did. And both feature a Caribbean voodoo lady who lives in a swamp.
Gwen sings the "bone-song" originally sung by Guybrush's parents.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the Monkey Island series in his recap of The History of the Adventure Video Games
Guybrush can be heard whistling "Largo's Theme" from this game.
Reviews the game from the perspective of how much alcohol Guybrush Threepwood drinks.
PC version reviewed + footage used
Game in Consteltaion Zone
Bertucho is playing the video game