Song lyric: "Dorothy and Toto went over the rainbow to blow off Auntie Em"
"You can't quietly wipe out an entire city then watch 'It's a Wonderful Life' on TV."
In "What You Own" Roger&Mark reference life in America like "a Twilight Zone"
Collins and Angel dress up at the New Year's Eve party as James Bond and Pussy Galore, respectively.
At the funeral, Mimi recounts a story where Angel repeats Lindy's line: "I'm more of a man than you'll ever be - and more of a woman than you'll ever get."
When Mark and Roger are talking just after Mark's parents called and left a message, in the background you can see a poster for Akira Kurosawa's Ran. Kurosawa is also mentioned in the lyrics to the song "La Vie Boheme."
The song "La Vi Boheme" has a lyric where Pee Wee Herman is mentioned.
In Angel's number Today4U she sings "just like Thelma and Louise did when they got the blues / Swandove into the courtyard of the Gracie Mews"
references character Ali
Richard Roeper mentions the film in his review
Lorelai suggests a "Rent" theme for the party.
A soundtrack of play can be seen at the beginning of the movie, when the 2 girls argue about listening to Green Day and this musical.
In the Broadway segment, Neil Patrick Harris apears as Mark and the group sings "Seasons of Love."
DVD is shown in a video store.
Shawn gets Gus into the locker room by telling the attendant, who is "a big fan of 'Rent,'" that Gus is Taye Diggs.
T-shirt on Jozsef
Listed under Rosario Dawson's introduction to the viewer.
Poster is shown at some point
The Dunder Mifflin staff sings a version of the song "Seasons of Love" as a tribute to Michael.
Referenced in the bar segment
mentioned in dialogue
Corner of poster is seen in The Slacker's room
The bottom of a poster for the movie is seen in Ned's Room
also directed by Chris Columbus
Reviewed by Jebediah Atkinson on Weekend Update
Clip included in montage of Rosario Dawson films