Six Feet Under (2001–2005)
Part of the film takes place on the set of Six Feet Under, and several of the stars from that show are featured.
Spence has recorded this show using TiVo.
Mentioned in dialogue; Illeana Douglas is attributed to working on this series.
Mentioned in dialogue; Patricia Clarkson is attributed to working on this series.
The title is a reference to the title of that show.
References this title.
Wide Angle Tilts & Framing
Video case is shown in a video store.
mentioned in dialogue
correct response in "TV D.O.A." category
Alan says to Charlie that he has 3 seasons of "Six Feet Under" on DVD to watch
all Double Jeopardy! categories refer to HBO and its series, including "6 Feet, Under"
Mentioned by name
Included in a $2,000 question
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "On the 'Ball'"
Nancy tells Jack he looks like a gay mortician in a suit, similar to the gay brother at Fisher mortuary.
referenced in dialogue
Show mentioned when Jeremy Sisto is introduced
The mortuary that Arlene and Sheriff Andy go to arrange a funeral at is called "Jenkins and Sons". Richard Jenkins was the actor who played father of Nate (Peter Krause) and David ( Michael C. Hall) Fisher on the HBO show "Six Feet Under". The mortuary is a sly reference to Six Feet Under and even modeled the funeral arrangement room with a casket wall after the very similar set used at the "Fisher and Sons" funeral home on "Six Feet Under."
Referenced in clue in "It's the Big Show" category
A poster for the show hangs in the HBO offices.
As a licence plate number on Nathan's car
Referenced in the "This Is Why Duke Sucks" YouTube video
"I wonder if Six Feet Under is on Netflix."
Titus says, "What kind of white 'Six Feet Under' nonsense is this?!"
Billboard for show seen.
stereotypical depiction of queer people with class tropes
bag changes shoulder/rucksacks put on twice and water bottle vanishes
Clips shown during the interview.
The white screen that appears with the name, date of birth and date of death of Stan's fake dad is a parody of the white screen that appears on every episode of "Six Feet Under" after a character dies in the beginning.
when Wooldoor hangs himself