Happy Feet (2006)
When Mumble is alone on the ice floe, being teased by the leopard seal, he begins to turn around when the seal jumps out of the water. This references a similar scene in "Jaws".
a Warner Bros. animated film involving a dancing penguin.
The opening sequence is an "inverse" version of the one in Contact, zooming in from the universe to earth. The soundtrack follows this as well
'reviewed' by Aunt Linda (Kristen Wiig)
Arden Myrin goes to the movie's premier
Talked about in Elijah Wood interview.
mentioned by 'Al Gore'
special about the film
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the review of the film in next week's episode + clip shown
Mentioned in the presentation as the actors performed Boogie Wonderland.
After Daryl says that Sonia Kruger could have strolled the red carpet with the Oscars gang, this movie is mentioned in their subsequent dialogue.
Returning from the video store, Sarah says she didn't like "Happy Feet" and Mike responds that everyone likes "Happy Feet"
Daniel Kowalski and Kate Ceberano perform the song "I Wish" from the movie Happy Feet.
After the camera crew asks Cody if he has any special talents, he replies "You mean like singing and dancing?", a reference to all the singing and dancing penguins in "Happy Feet". Later on when Glen is giving an interview to the film crew a rockhopper penguin passes the camera chasing an egg, this is a reference to Memphis dropping Mumble's egg.
Poster of the movie was shown.
"Be gone, demon-fish!" becomes "Be gone, demon-spirit"
A penguin was tap-dancing in the crowd.
A poster for this movie is shown in the Bowen Twin Cinemas when the town is the subject of a story.
Poster is shown at the beginning
On the train, when the foreign man goes to the restroom and sees Hank's and Peggy's footprints on the mirror, he says "Ooooh. Happy Feet."
Mentioned by the commentator during a replay of the Couch Potatoes facing a wall while wearing flippers.
Danny Green and Natalie Lowe dance their Salsa to a song from Happy Feet.
A poster for this movie is shown when a story on the locations for Australia visits a cinema in Bowen.
Jim says he truly hated that film, but that he might have found it watchable if Christian Bale had been in it
mentioned by Kevin
One of the movies mentioned when discussing Elijah Wood's filmography.
Listed as an environmentally themed movie
Mentioned by Adam Brand as the inspiration for his Quickstep routine.
Elijah Wood's role as Mumble mentioned
Shawn refers to Lassiter as the "old penguin from 'Happy Feet.'"
The Filmbuff calls "Pebble and the Penguin" a "Happy Feet of a picture"
Gunner calls Yin "Happy Feet"
He mentions the film towards the beginning
Poster shown when Hewy discusses animated animal movies
Robin Williams mentions that he did voice work for the film in Australia
Legend of the Guardians was made by the same studio that made Happy Feet.
Agnes references this film
Mentioned in dialogue.
Mumble was selected as part of Rio's Green Lantern Core.
the film Ramonito and Bambi are watching
Ignatiy mentions that "Happy Feet Two" is the sequel to the film
Flynn: "There's a reason they call that movie "Happy Feet," and not "Scary Feet."
Hector says Rob looks like the penguin from Happy Feet
They mention the film
mentioned by Colin
Mentioned in dialogue
mentioned in dialogue
Cars lost the Oscar win for Best Animated Feature to this film.
Mentioned in dialogue
Mumble appears as a Green Lantern.
Mentioned as one of Animal Logic's previous films.
Jane Lynch mentions this movie by name during the game I Love a Charade
Referenced by Colin on Weekend Update
Mentioned in the shown footage
Brittany's role in the film mentioned
Mentioned by narrator
Mentioned by narrator
Mentioned by Graham in his opening monologue when he talks about Nicole Kidman
Mentioned as a jukebox musical film with good use of pop songs.
title is mentioned
Film is mentioned in this episode
seen side by side with its rip-off, Tappy Toes.
another film by George Miller
Clips shown for the review.
Clip shown in Elijah Wood interview.
reviewed + footage used
DVD release reviewed + footage used
Clips are shown
Briefly reviewed, clips shown
AniMat gives his opinion on the first film and mentions the sequel reused a plot element from it. Clips shown.
A critically acclaimed animated film, clip shown.
Animated heroes presentation.
Clip is shown
AniMat states the penguins in Surf's Up are "not as hyperrealistic as the ones in Happy Feet". Clip shown.
first penguin at zoo,tells Mumble it's heaven and calls him Dave in a "HAL 9000" voice
Lovelace yells at Mumble from the top of a cliff like Wind In His Hair yelled at Dunbar.
Hubie is Similar to Mumble, and Marina is similar to Gloria. Both movies have the main characters fall in love. Both movies are musicals, both movies have the main character get chased by a leopard seal, and killer whales. Penguins in both use pebbles to get a mate.
A sinking excavator/crane is very reminiscent of the sinking alien queen, immediately followed by references to aliens
A dancing penguin gets shot in "Grand Theft Walrus".
The tap-dancing penguin. Also, Leonidas says "You've got happy Feet".