When Willy opens the door to reveal the inside of the factory to the five kids and their guardians, the change from the pale colors outside of the factory to the bright, overly saturated world of the factory is an homage to Dorothy entering the land of Oz.
Oompa Loompa synchronized swimming musical number
The part of the Wonka Welcome song where the animatronics start catching fire and melting is similar to the scene from House Of Wax where Vincent Price's Wax statues catch on fire and melt.
The Oompa Loompa's salute Willy Wonka in the same manner as the Plan 9 aliens salute their leader.
When the Oompa Loompas are rowing the pink dragon boat, there is a cut to an Oompa Loompa banging a drum. This is a reference to Ben-Hur when the slaves are chained to a boat and are rowing with oars and the camera cuts to a man banging a drum.
The footage of the shower head in the Mike Teavee song was the same exact shower head from Psycho
Having experimented with a hair growth formula, one Oompa loompa looks and sounds like Cousin It
At the end of the movie, Violet takes on one of the same poses as the girl in the Exorcist when she was possessed by Satan.
Wonka says "Good Morning, Starshine. The Earth Says Hello."
Johnny Depp imitates (and pays hommage to) the sound done by the extra-terrestrial in "La soupe aux choux".
The dance that Mike Teavee does is a reference to Lydia's own dance.
Charlie's dad produces a toothpaste called "Smilex" - the name of the poisonous gas used by the Joker in Batman
The first glimpse of Willy Wonka, he is cutting the ribbon to his new factory. He turns around and alludes to two previous Burton/Depp films: his hand is consumed by a large pair of scissors, much like Edward Scissorhands, and his eyes are covered with bizarre glasses, much like those in Sleepy Hollow.
Pink-wooled sheep being shaved refrences 'Ed Wood' (1994) and the title character's pink angora sweaters.
The bizarre glasses that Wonka wears upon first meeting the children reference similar ones seen in Burton/Depp's Sleepy Hollow.
Mentioned on Weekend Update
Behind the scenes, making of
A documentary all about the oompa loompa effects in this film -they talk about the film lots.
How story adapted for screen
reviewed in "Smagsdommerne"
Reference to the Tim Burton version
Mention of the new film version of the book.
female human body "inflates" into gigantic living sphere
mentioned in dialogue
Borat was running away from a bus with a poster of "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" while he was in Time Square
Orlando mentions Johnny Depp in this role
Mentioned by Andy in dialog with Nancy and his nephews.
Referenced by name
Rose is leaving and Charlie is making fun of her job option in England
The idea of the warden being like Willy Wonka came from a pitch meeting where the creator saw the poster for the film starring Johnny Depp.
Burton begins the film in the same style using liquid (this time blood instead of chocolate) flowing through machinery.
Acted out in charades game
A DVD of this movie is shown in a promotion of other movies starring Freddie Highmore available at BigPond Movies.
Two humans are turned into statue-like candy figures.
When New Christine says that she had to take care of her aging grandparents who lived with them, Barb asks, "Who are you, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory?"
Carly is called "Carly and the Chocolate Factory"
Micheal comes out with the golden ticket promo
Barney teases Marshall about his nightshirt, asking about how he went to the chocolate factory with Charlie.
Referenced by name.
Poster is seen
Ellen lists movies starring Johnny Depp.
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Cinematic Title Combos"
Freddie Highmore's role mentioned
Sean Martinas wished Tim Burton had used practical sets instead of CGI
Depp visits the factory as it appeared in this film.
DVD cover shown.
points out the inheritent parody
Referenced by Miley (Vanessa Bayer) on "The Miley Cyrus Show"
A poster of the movie seen.
the Chick says Depp's Wonka is better than Wilder's
In Elliot's flashback from 2005 there's a character dressed up like Johnny Deep's character
Ignatiy says it would be weird if Johnny Depp didn't play a character like Willy Wonka
Freddie Highmore takes an honorable mention for top child stars
Film Brain mentions the area being guarded by an Oompa Loompa when the guard played by Deep Roy appears
Willy Wonka from this movie helps Jack Sparrow out.
mentioned among unnecessary remakes
Kerri mentins Johnny Depp, Tim Burton and chocolate.
Poster is visible
"Gene Wilder Wonka, not Johnny Depp Wonka"
Barnabus wears a purple coat much like Willy Wonka
referenced in clue in "A Johnny Depp Film Fest" category
Salma Hayek distinguished the film that inspired her to become an actress from the version starring Johnny Depp
After Alin tells Dane that he might get a fake tan as part of a makeover, he replies that he isn't excited about that because he might come out like an Oompa Loompa and be told that Willie wants him back in the factory to fish Augustus Gloop out of the chocolate river.
Willy Wonka from this movie makes a brief cameo.
A chocalate bar prop from the movie is appraised.
Referencing "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory," Sandra says, "I can't believe they remade it."
Contestant Jay Jackson refers to his fumbles on the runway as, "Slip'N Slide Willy Wonka, ya know, Sea World, girl."
One of the titles on Dick Poop's fictitious IMDb page
Ellen E Jones mentions the title and Willy Wonka when reviewing Ex Machina (2015)
Jack and Triumph try to look for Johnny Depp and found a cosplayer dress up as Willy Wonka from this movie
It shows a clip on the TV of 2001 just before he makes the chocolate appear on the Television.
One of the Oompa Loompas is seen watching Oprah.
reviewed + footage used
footage used in "Smagsdommerne"
DVD release reviewed + footage used
Clips shown in a segment on Johnny Depp.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his portrait of Christopher Lee + clip shown
Reviewed, clips shown.
"Tim Burton in 3 Minutes or Less" segment.
Clips of mistakes shown
Clips of mistakes shown
clip shown when Sage goes on a Tim Burton tirade.
Mentioned among Burton's recent works.
film clips shown
"I don't care."
Clip of Willy Wonka calling Mike Teavee "Mumbler" is shown to mock the poor voice work of the Duke of Camden.
Oompa Loompa synchronized swimming musical number
Mike Teavee is shrunk inside a television, and as he is being flipped through the various channels, and just before his father picks him up he yells "Help me!" a few times in a high pitched voice because he's so small.
When Teavee is in the television, he is transferred into an altered scene from the movie Psycho.
A direct reference to 2001: A Space Odyssey when Charlie sees the gorillas jumping up and down around the candy bar, exactly like the obelisk scene in 2001 with the same scene where the gorillas jump up and down around it. The "theme song" of 2001: A Space Odyssey ( "Also Sprach Zarathustra" by Strauss) is played during this scene,
Mike Teevee's song features Oompa Loompas spoofing Spinal Tap in concert.
One of the many movies parodied, we see a parody of the factory and characters from the film.
The episode is a parody on the movie "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory".
Charlie and the Chocolate factory is referenced in the Johnny Depp District.