Without a Paddle (2004)
An early shot in the film, an overhead shot of a car driving down the road, is taken from Without a Paddle.
When the three male lead enter a backwoods town, one says they're at "the corner of 'Bumfuck' and 'You got a purty mouth'".
T-shirt worn by one character
When Elwood (Ethan Suplee) is about to cut down the big tree with the chainsaw, he puts on a mask that resembles Leatherface's mask.
C-3PO action figure in treasure box
Tom makes a reference to Apocalypse Now in one scene.
The main characters play at it when they are kids, they use an Indiana Jones compass, and one character has the theme on his phone.
At the beginning of the film, a poster for Friday the 13th: Part 3 can be seen in the treehouse.
Rambo is mentioned by name in Without a Paddle.
In Without a Paddle, there's a picture of the A-Team's Mr. T in the treehouse.
The speeder race through the redwoods is mentioned during the film's own race through the redwoods.
referenced in phrase "Who ya gonna call? Ghostbusters?"
Seth Green's character in Without a Paddle (2004) says "Billy's dead and he still has a better chance of getting laid than I do" which is a reference to a similar line in Weekend at Bernie's (1989).
Tom calls Dan "Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman" in one scene.
When the main characters are running through the marijuana field, the song "Can You Hear Me Knocking?" by the Rolling Stones is played. That song also appeared over the opening credits of 'Blow', which showed cocaine being produced.
Peter mentions it to further taunt Chris about Seth Green's career
mentioned by Darth Stewie to enrage Chris/ Luke
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When the boys and Del Knox are leaving Del's cabin under heavy gunfire, this spoofs the closing scene of Butch Cassidy (also starring Burt Reynolds).
During the opening credits the kids dress as ghostbusters for Halloween and pretend to "bust" their neighbor.
Dan dodges bullet in Matrix-style action scene
Cellphone getting eaten by bear, ending up being found in bear feces
Elwood's tracking of the trio at the cave spoofs Aragorn's tracking of the hobbits into Fangorn Forest