Ray (I) (2004)
Character says spiral staircase in Ray's house is like in "Gone with the Wind". Ray contemplates whether he and his wife should have their portraits painted like Rhett and Scarlett.
show mentioned by one of characters
Theatre marquee, New York, just after meeting Della.
Joe Adams boasts he was in it.
Mentioned during Weekend Update
De Klerk and Sissing talk about this film.
Mentioned during the monologue
Poster can be seen in one scene.
mentioned in dialogue
Referenced by name
Best remembered for Ray
Video case is shown in a video store.
Taylor Hackford is introduced as the director of this movie
Michael Mentions that Jamie Foxx won an Oscar for this film
The trailer of the movie is mentioned by Ari
Screenplay is discussed
Reference to Jamie Foxx's Oscar-winning role in the Final Jeopardy! clue in the category "Celebrity Names"
Included in a $10,000 question
mentioned by Cleveland
Jamie Foxx says that if he wants to get booked on the show, he needs to do "Ray 2"
Kerry Washington discusses working with Jamie Foxx on the film
Mentioned by Seth as he introduces Regina King
mentioned by Chris Rock during his monologue
Mentioned in Oscars segment
Screenshots and posters shown and film mentioned.
the Critic wonders if Ray Charles should be played by a real blind person and not by Jamie Foxx
Clips of Ray Charles on Sesame Street are shown
Seen on TV at one point
Part of Episode is seen on tv in one point.
A small clip was presented as part of some of the nominated films.
A small clip was presented as part of the six nominated films for the best cast in a film.
A fragment of this film is shown.
Nominated in multiple categories
clips shown during nominees
This film is #99 on the list.
"Half Baked Movies with Nigel" segment
a clip is shown in a montage of Jamie Foxx's films
Clip in "Where People and Ideas Begin" segment
a clip is shown in a montage of Terrence Howard films
Jamie Foxx gets an honorable mention, clips shown
Movie reviewed in this episode.
A sequel called "Ray's Day Out."
Drug scenes and other plot points
The scene where Ray 's mother drops him off at school.