Finding Nemo (2003)
Sketch with obtuse Australian prime minster, references episode Bart vs Australia
A short scene in a dentist office where a boy is reading a Mr. Incredible comic book.
Luigi the car from this film can be seen briefly in the background in a scene towards the end.
The fish tank in the Sydney dentist's office where Nemo, Gill and other fishes live has the same Voodoo doll decorations as the fish tank in the dentist office featured in Final Destination 2. The part where Nemo got sucked by a filter pipe is also first saw in Final Destination 2 where the fish that got sucked by the filter causes the water to leak to a half-pulled plug.
It's where they stated they got the angler fish from.
When Marlin and Dory flee into one room while they are hunted by Bruce.
One of the boats in the movie is named "For the Birds", which is the name of the Pixar-made short film.
Dory has the same short-term memory problem as Memento's main character.
Mike Wazowski is seen swimming with flippers at the end credits of Finding Nemo.
The scene where Marlin and Dory are hanging on to the whale's tongue as it goes vertical is a direct steal of DiCaprio/Winslet at the climax of Titanic.
Buzz Lightyear's figure can be seen in dentist's office. Also the Pizza Planet truck appears in the street when Gill explains his escape plan to his pals in the tank.
The seagulls are Modeled after the evil penguin.
The Dude turtle does the '... and we whoa, and then...' act that Flounder does when trying to explain to Sebastian and Ariel's dad why Ariel missed the big concert.
When the fish tank turns dirty, they show a shot of a sunken ship. On the front of the sunken ship is the mermaid from Pixar's ''Knick Knack'' covered in scum.
The chase with Bruce the Shark and the fishes inside the broken ship.
The scar on Gill's face.
Marlin says 'Don't tell me to stay calm, Ponyboy' to the seahorse father, in reference to the character Ponyboy in the book and movie 'The Outsiders'.
Excessive references to number 42.
The famous 'Here's Johnny' scene is copied with the 'Here's Brucie!' scene here.
During Nemo's initiation in the fish tank, one of the fish's chanting is the witch's chant from the Suspiria soundtrack.
The leader of the sharks is named Bruce which is what Steven Speilberg called the mechanical shark, and similar music to the jaws theme plays when Bruce goes into a feeding frenzy.
"Goo goo g'joob" is taken from the lyrics to The Beatles 'I am the Walrus', performed in Magical Mystery Tour (1967).
The famous score from the film is played when Darla enters the dentist's office.
The fish school makes a ship.
Pokes fun at a line from the song "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man".
When Dory and Marlin are swallowed by a whale.
Mentioned in dialogue
Referenced in dialogue
Whitney Cummings says a man who did post-production on "Whitney" to make her look better was an animator on the film
One kid is seen dressed as Nemo.
Nemo can be seen on the wall behind Travis in one shot.
When Jeremy ruins Jenny's picture of a jellyfish, pictures of Nemo and Dory are seen on the table.
Cover was shown.
Dallin yells out "Bubbles Bubble Bubbles!" like the fish Bubbles.
Turtle Talk with Crush inspired by Finding Nemo
James mentions the title character.
Ron says that he watched "Finding Nemo" with Diane and her daughters.
Michelle Visage calls Ivy Winers' runway look "little she-mo" and later says that Nemo is eating her.
Leslie suggests that Dennis screen "Finding Nemo" at the Videodome.
Michelle apologizes to Godot with a DVD of "Finding Nemo".
Molly: "Sorry Nemo, no one said the food chain was fair."
Ross mentions the movie by name.
A still is shown.
Ariel gets hooked up with Marlin.
Hewy: "After giving fish personality"
Poster shown when Hewy discusses Pixar movies
Ellen DeGeneres's performance as Dory is described as a wonderful voice acting credit which are ineligible for Actor nominations.
DVD cover shown.
Hewy says the film captures the essence of Australia
Lindsay has the DVD, and the death of Nemo's mom is recalled.
Lynda says it will be re-released in the 3D format in 2012
Title mentioned in reference to Milhouse's backpack
Jabbar tells Crosby that he was watching "Nemo" with Jasmine.
Costumes of the characters of this movie.
Karl discusses multiple movies with vicious sharks while he jouneys to swim with sharks.
Dory appears in the Cowboys & Alien Force skit.
reason for Nemo's name
Kevin Smith mentions the film, noting that a child actress in "Red State" shouted "Swim down"
The seagulls can be heard over this movie's seagull scene
Lindsay says Little Mermaid has much in common with this movie
"Nemo" mentioned when Andy spearfishes
Traci says that instead of going to clubs on weekends, it's now "mac & cheese, 'Finding Nemo' and bed by 9:30."
Jim Carrey says that people who eat sushi are "eating Nemo"
Critic realizes he made it the entire review without alluding to this film
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his review of Shark Bait (2006)
Shown alongside "Shark Tale" to show the dueling movie
DVD seen in store
referenced by Marc
Paisley mistakes the ancient Roman Emperor Nero for the CGI animated fish
Nemo as a Disney character is included in a $5,000 question
mentioned by Simon
The boy on the sub says he saw a fish that looks like Nemo
Jay says BP will present a sequel to the film titled "Try Finding Nemo Now"
Reference in a $3,000 question
When Francine's cat Nemo steals a postcard that Kate and Pal need, Kate tells Pal he needs to find Nemo.
Day says Milo might become the only kid in preschool to have seen "The Battleship Potemkin" more often than "Finding Nemo".
In level 4, the blue tang just keeps swimming while most of the other fish are staying in one place.
Milhouse watches the DVD
The lighthouse in this short is the same one as from "Finding Nemo"
Subject of a $400 clue presented by Elizabeth Perkins in the category "Grisly Disney"
Mentioned during the clown fish question
Subject of a $2,000 question
Title mentioned when Michael is mocked
Reference in a $100 question
Mentioned by Suze Orman (Kristen Wiig)
Dr. Doofenshmirtz attempts to communicate with whales, making the same sounds that Dory uses.
referenced in clue in "'X' Boxed" category
Sara asks if Nemo has been found.
Title mentioned by Michael, who admits that all Pixar movies make him cry
Castle refers to a clownfish as Nemo.
Tiffani mentions clown fish and anemones.
Mike called Peter 'Grumpy Gills', just like Dory
Erika Brooks Adickman says that Monsters Vs. Aliens didn't have the emotion that Finding Nemo or WALL-E had
referenced in clue in "Blonde Ambition" category
Girl does a Nemo impersonation
Alan Davies mentions the film.
On shelf in video store.
When Mindy's is practicing her wedding vows Lyla realizes they are taken from this movie.
Mentioned in the movie. The aunt says the boy was nemo, when he was wearing a fish tale.
reworking of Submarine Voyage inspired by "Finding Nemo" is shown
Referenced in 'Bronx Beat'
An FBI agent says "Let us know if you find Nemo"
Mentioned in dialogue
"Nemo" is mentioned by Yair Marx
Mentioned by name
Standee in video store
Mentioned by Axel
when selecting tropical fish for the aquarium, Holly says she wants a Nemo and a Dory in reference to the film characters
"Half empty? I'd say it's half full."
After they visit the first Lorenzo, Charlie says they have "found Nemo"
Simon and friends are playing a name the movie by some quotes game.
Catalina states Joy's eyeballs are too big for Joy's forehead, and she thus looks like "Finding Nemo"
Finding Nemo bedspread to keep the kids warm
in the first episode, Anna says she wants to watch 'Nemo' again
stoner calls a shark "Nemo"
Molly makes a remark to her daughter that "Nemo is having fun in the water and not getting hurt"
Poster of the movie seen by the theater where Ray Harryhausen gets his Hollywood Star.
House uses "Finding Nemo" as a euphemism for masturbation.
A quote from the movie is heard as Jimmy watches the "Greatest Movies Of All-Time."
Mentioned by Kite in dialog with the rest of the team.
"Tell me when you find Nemo"
Pixar event, pictures seen, title spoken.
Barbara Bardach says that she's seen Finding Nemo.
referenced directly in dialogue
little girl asks her dad "What fish is Nemo?"
Broder mentions that he is going to rent the film for his daughter.
Brenda mentions that Nemo's mom died
When the Simpsons go to the cinema, there is a film called "Eating Nemo"
The fish in the couch gag sequence resembles one from a scene in Finding Nemo.
Pastewka mentions this movie title.
Shannon mentions "the cartoon movie with the fish; one of the computer ones," clearly meaning Finding Nemo
Roz mentiones a porn version of "Finding Nemo"
Tom tells Lynette that their kids are watching this film.
Referred to during a story on Pixar's sale to Disney.
The title of the episode is a play on words using the older film's title and Denny's and Alan's vacation destination.
Makes the countdown, is talked about in detail.
a boy calls a fish 'Nemo'
Poster seen in Anne's Bedroom
On drive-in marquee.
girl is called a fish, Nemo
A toy resembling Mr. Ray is seen on a shelf, and Bonnie is wearing a Dory Band-Aid in one scene.
Referenced by a character
Before the cinema Jo and his son pass by a poster from this movie.
Sign in the school gym says "Just Keep Swimming", Dory's catch phrase
There is a Nemo toy in the living room.
A pidgeon tells another "...this is how you blew it with Nemo!"
The hand belongs to the dentist and the fish were based on Gurgle.
Sam mentions this movie in the dog park
Short "documentary" uses characters from the film.
After falling into the ocean, Tracey comes up for air and says, "I think I swallowed Nemo"
During Great Spirits scene, when the mammoth which Kenai is riding on knocks all the fish down with its trunk, Nemo can be seen briefly.
Bugs says "Look, I found Nemo!"
line/dialogue (direct reference) -- "find a happy place"
Back in Boo's room, she shows off her Nemo doll. Also, there is a clown fish mounted on the wall the trailer that Randall ends up
Short clip shown
when criticizing how the turtle in Milo & Otis talks, NChick compares him to Crush.
recalling the "ring of fire"
Movie reviewed in this episode.
Clips of mistakes shown
Shown on a dive-in screen in a story on the Macquarie Waters Hotel & Apartments.
"Are We Alone?" segment
VHS/DVD release reviewed + footage used
reviewed + footage used
This film is #10 on the "Animated" list.
Shown on the 2003 episode
Poster and featuring animation films
featured in clips
In the top 100
Clips are shown
special effects clip shown
clips in Ratzenberger conclusion
Gill's escape plan is called his "Fight Club" escape plan
Gill gives the 'Mr. Wolf'
Bruce the shark bashes his way in through a door crying "Here's Brucey!!"
Taking Nemo is a spoof of this movie.
Proposed title for the porn movie: "F***ing Nemo."
When Roddy gets flushed down the toilet, he meets a fish, and the fish says "Have you seen my dad?" referencing "Finding Nemo"
When Fiona and her twin daughters go to the diner looking for Sam after the dance, The male cook is holding a fish. He tries to stall Fiona for looking for sam by telling her he did not know what to do with the dead fish. He said "Nemo is no more"