the credit sequence and a few shots
Incorporates live-action material from Alias Season 3
Title mentioned on Weekend Update
Mentioned on Weekend update
Jennifer Garner is attributed to working on this series.
Mentioned during monologue and Weekend Update
Miranda mentions the main character Sydney Bristow
Jennifer Garner is introduced on stage as "the sexy star of Alias".
Tobias: "See if I gave a performance that good, I would have my own Alias type show"
Tobias says, "If I gave a performance that good, I'd have my own 'Alias'-type show."
Mentioned by Jennifer.
Krista is hired for a guest role
Mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned in dialogue; J.J. Abrams is attributed to working on this series.
Referenced by title
referenced in clue about Jennifer Garner in "Then You Get the Women" category
A billboard ad is seen.
Homer says, "When I woke up, Letterman was talking to 'Alias.'"
Sherry Lansing talking about J.J. Abrams
they mention that Abrams created the show
Mentioned by Dwight
Character mentions it.
Referenced by name
mentioned a few times
announcing the following TV-program and about the pronunciation
"chick from 'Alias'"
Referenced by name
The bank featured in the episode is Credit Dauphine, which is also the name of the front company that Victor Garber's character worked for in "Alias"
Listed as one of Ken Olin's credits.
The 'Slusho' image that Mary has on her shirt originated on the 'Alias' TV show.
Rebecca attends the Dead Man's party dressed as Sydney Bristow.
Referenced in dialogue by Castle.
Subject of a $7,500 question
Reference in a $600 clue in the category "Celebrity Moms"
Mentioned when Victor Garber is introduced
Tuttle says it's his favorite show
The names of the characters are named after actors from J.J. Abrams' Alias. Victoria (Victor Garber), Bradley (Bradley Cooper) and Kevin (Kevin Weisman).
Conan O'Brien introduces actress Jennifer Gardner and mentions this show
Bradley Cooper says that someone told him that he mumbled a lot on the show
During the kids' zombie movie shown over the ending credits, there is a reference to "warehouse 47." The number 47 was used throughout J.J. Abrams' TV series "Alias."
the name of the character "Leonid Lisenker"
mentions J.J. Abrams' TV hit
"Nightingale" was Sydney Bristow's code-name in 'Alias'
DVD on the shelf (first season box-set).
Jake is proud to have stopped a cab "Sydney Bristow style".
One of the blast doors on the carrier says 47. This number figured prominently in Alias. Jeffrey Bell was involved with both series
contestants must match characters from the show
A small clip was presented as part of some of the nominated series.
Running scenes, flashbacks and date/time subtitles.
The entire thing is spoofing Alias
Columbo joins the Alias team
Kim meets an animated version of her live-action counterpart
Spoofed in the Whalias segment.
The title and whole premise