Something's Gotta Give (2003)
Erica says "We'll always have Paris".
Diane Keaton comments "I don't want to play the role of the uptight nurse to your bad-boy patient" to Nicholson, referencing Louise Fletcher as Nurse Ratched to Nicholson's McMurphy
There is an ad for the television show "Dead Like Me" on a bus that passes Marin by in the scene where she is on the phone with Erica.
Discussion of film re: older women as leading ladies.
Before the cinema Jo and his son pass by a poster from this movie.
mentioned by the announcers
Video rented by Harrison.
dvd on the table
Included in a $7,500 question
mentioned in dialogue
One of the songs on Carla MP3-Player is refering to "Sunday Morning" from Something's Gotta Give
Referenced by Frankie
Mentioned in dialogue
About relationship with co-star
clips are featured to illustrate the best hospital scenes in movies
A clip from this movie is shown when Billy Brownless points out that when it was recently shown on Nine, one of its characters talks about a chauvinistic male at the very moment that a superimposition promoting The Footy Show appears on the screen.
a clip is shown in a montage of Diane Keaton films
a clip of Lorraine Nicholson's very brief role as an extra is shown
Clip shown in montage of Diane Keaton films
Jack Nicholson discovers a naked Billy Crystal who screams, just as a nude Diane Keaton walks in on them and begins screaming