The School of Rock (2003)
Dewey sings the theme song in one scene
quote from movie
Revisits dialogue involving Joan Cusack
For the battle of the bands scene Nerdy Keyboard player Lawrences hair is styled to look like Poindexters hair in music scene from Revenge Of The Nerds.
After Jack Black and the kids write "Step Off", he bows and says "Grazie...grazie". In 'Amadeus', Salieri peforms a similar bow and says the same line in one scene.
a character sings the film's theme song
joke: those who can't do, teach and those who can't teach, teach gym
Dewey impersonating Jimmy Page on guitar
Two characters sing the theme song of this TV series.
Dewey (Jack Black) Finn's improvised song "Math is a Wonderful Thing" ends with the him singing about the number 9, saying "...and that's a magic number," a reference to the "Schoolhouse Rock!" cartoon "Three is a Magic Number"
Jack Black's character refers to the drum riff in the theme song of this TV series.
When teaching a student to play the drums, Jack Black says that it sounds like "George of the Jungle", in reference to the famous theme song.
Both films feature a music con man who starts up a band for children and is eventually chased by the kids parents - and then forgiven.
South Jersey Sam discusses Jack Black movies
Mike White is identified as the writer of this movie
Conan O'Brien introduces actor Jack Black and mentions this movie
Jay mentions that Jack Black was in the film
Tilda Swinton says #5 Favorite Film is a toss-up between this movie and "Bruno"
Category entitled "Schools of Rock"
Subject of a $2,000 clue in the category "Funny People"
Reference in a $10,000 question
Mentions Mike White's role as writer for "School of Rock"
Mentioned during Tim Schafer's segment.
Mentioned by Mel
porn title seen: "School of Cock"
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
David asks Andy if he's seen School of Rock before he mentions School of Cock.
Reference in Jack Black introduction
poster in movie theater
In the scene where Dewey Finn shows the class some filmed footage about rock guitar players, the last segment is an exctract from AC/DC: Let There Be Rock (1980); specifically, it's Angus Young's solo in the beginning of 'Bad Boy Boogie'.
performance clip of Jimi Hendrix
Movie reviewed in this episode.
Clips of mistakes shown
clip shown, confirmed in end credits
reviewed + footage used
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Clips are shown.