Batman Begins (2005)
movie is edited into short comedic clip
Most of the footage comes from this film
The video game is based on the movie.
The scheme of Scarecrow poisoning Gotham City's water supplies is reused for this movie.
When Scarecrow is hallucinating from his own Fear Toxin, his manifestation of Batman looks like a demonic version of Terry McGinnis' Batman costume.
On his first ride in the Batmobile, Lt. Gordon exclaims, "I've got to get me one of these!" (a memorable line from ID4)
Scriptwriter David Goyer noted in Comics Scene#49 that he knew about the Shadow and his origin in Tibet. That carried over into this later later film, along with the hero battling an enemy with a Fu Manchu moustache, the hero missing from New York/New York style city for seven years, the police announcing they would set up a task force to catch the hero.
The Scarecrow's plot to poison Gotham's water supply came from episode 28 of the TV series.
"I heard you were dead"
The car chase through Lower Wacker Drive, and the extensive number of police cars crashed during the chase.
Assassin who kills Chill says "Carmine Falcone says hello!" like Danny Aiello in the Coppola film
Inside one of the storage units that Brandon and Lori win is a replica Batman Begins batsuit.
"...forcing them to get the creator of Batman Begins and The Dark Knight."
The Christian Bale Batman is seen in the Sequels Anonymous support group.
Referenced in dialogue
"At least Maggie Gyllenhaal looks a bit like Katie Holmes"
Norman tells Neil he can see Morgan Freeman in this movie.
The Batman from this movie hosts the Dark Knight Bread Riser.
Liam Neeson mentions that he played a bad guy in the film
In "Get in the Cage," Nicolas Cage (Andy Samberg) references Liam Neeson's role as Ra's al Ghul in "Batman Begins."
Film title and title character are discussed.
Benzaie reenacts a scene from this movie
Michael Caine's role mentioned
Ryan says he wants to be like Batman and talks in Christian Bale's Batman voice.
seen among ERod's DVD collection
Episode title is a play on the title of the 2005 Batman film
Mr. Sanderson's scarecrow mask was modeled after Dr. Crane's scarecrow mask.
Panda "forgets about it"
Mike says "I don't have a tux. I'm not Bruce Wayne"
Conan and Nathan Fillion discus Christian Bale's Batman voice
Mentioned by Kevin Smith
Title mentioned during Seth Rogen interview
A poster is visible in one shot.
refers to young Christian Bale in Henry V as "Baby Batman"
Rob Brydon does an impression of Michael Caine saying "Shall I prepare the Batmobile, Master Bruce?"
Poster visible while driving around Hollywood
"...where they torture the corrupt cop from Batman Begins."
"...like this guy from 'Batman Begins'."
the writer of Unborn co-wrote this film
FB points out the actor who portrays Joe Chill
wonders what Christian Bale did before this movie
Title mentioned while introducing Gary Oldman
DVD seen in store
Features selected themes and characters
Jim and Tracy interview a young child whose life seems to parallel Bruce Wayne's and send him to Nepal for training
In "The Miley Cyrus Show," Miley (Vanessa Bayer) asks Katie Holmes (Anne Hathaway) about her role in "Batman Begins."
Alfred and Batmobile are mentioned in relation to Michael Caine
Bargo briefly appears disguised as Batman and says in a deep voice, "I'm Batman"
Rob impersonates Alfred from this film
Rob Brydon impersonates Michael Caine again ("Shall I prepare the Batmobile, Master Bruce?").
Marty as Battle Guy claims that his parents were killed by a thug on the way back from the Opera, paralleling the origin story of Batman in "Batman Begins".
Paul buys his first porn video, entitled 'Assman Begins: The Hard Night.'
Wolowitz mimics Christian Bale's performance of Batman.
Reference to Christian Bale as Batman
Brett says Christopher Nolan directed this movie
a Fastest Finger question asks contestants to place actors in the order in which they first played Batman, including Christian Bale
The scene with Kevin lying injured in the back seat while Nolan is driving after a sloppy outing is meant as a tribute to a similar scene from Batman Begins involving Batman and Alfred.
Shots of Chen Zhen standing on top of buildings resembles scenes of Batman standing on top of tall buildings.
When the dream collapses at the beginning of the movie, Saito is crushed by falling ceiling. This is the same way his character dies in Batman Begins, also directed by Christopher Nolan.
Alfred first seeing the Batcave, and Batman all mentioned in dialogue.
Batman uses mind-control-blocking techniques he learned in Tibet
movie case is shown behind Jerry Hagins in an interview in the rental store
mentioned several times
mentioned a few times
mentioned by Abby while discussing summoning someone with their mentor
Lemon's impersonation of Jack turns into Christian Bale's Batman
Poster on wall.
DVD seen in rental store
Goyer discusses writing script
In part III, Batman & Robin notice and comment on a poster.
Mentioned on 'the Dakota Fanning Show'
Band plays Gloria's Theme from this movie.
Seen on the shelf in Old Hop's pawn shop.
Bart owns a bootleg of the movie
Roger says that Francine's fantasizing of the street racer is as obvious as the setup for the sequel at the end of "Batman Begins" when Inspector Gordon gives Batman the Joker playing card.
Joey auditions for a role.
Wins award, is talked about.
Euros Lyn mentions that David Forman worked on the film.
Referenced by name
Movie poster seen.
DVD case can be seen on a shelf in the video store
stoner has a poster for this movie in his room
In the video game when Batman reaches Arkham Asylum, he listens to a voice message and the person the messages are for are Emma Thomas, who produced the film and is married to Christopher Nolan.
The shot of Nicholas jumping down in the foreground (and out of focus) infront of the shoplifter is based on Batman Begins' many similar shots and the same sound effect is used from this film.
Falcone says you'll always fear what you don't understand.
clip show during Secret Origins Month intro
clip shown during "Secret Origins Month" intro
clip shown during "Secret Origins Month" intro
compares Batman's backstory to how it's told in the 1989 film
compares character relationships in this trilogy
Jakob Stegelmann presents the result for Troldspejlet's website poll "Best Live Action Super-Hero Movie" + clip shown
Lucius questions Bruce on gunfire in the cave
movie is reviewed
Jakob Stegelmann presents the film as a nominee for the poll "Best Live Action Super-Hero Movie" + clip shown
Linkara explains why this is his favorite of the Nolan movies
Movie reviewed in this episode.
a clip is included in a montage of Liam Neeson films
Clip shown in montage of Katie Holmes films
part of Bruce Wayne's training is recalled.
demonstrating the exaggeration of Batman's voice
Clips of mistakes shown
Discussed and clips shown in part 2.
recounting Bruce Wayne's origins
reviewed + footage used
reviewed + footage used
Contains footage from the film "Batman Begins" (Ra's Al Ghul flashback)
Excerpts re-used as stock footage - Rain falling over Arkham Asylum in Gotham City/Rain in Metropolis at night.
Nominated, clips shown.
Clip shown, car is featured on the show
Promotional excerpt shown during interview with Katie Holmes - Falcones men attack Rachel Dawes at a train station, and Batman saves her.
many clips shown
On TV in apartment where Dalip crashes through window.
The entire episode lampoons the Christopher Nolan Batman trilogy. Film also mentioned in the episode's title.
Spoofed in the digital short
In Batman costume and imitating Christian Bale's voice, Abed saves Jeff and Pierce from the collapsing desk fort as the "Batman" theme plays.
Mocks "Didn't you get the memo?" line
The level "Bartman Begins" is a spoof of this movie.
Bart's story is a parody of Batman Begins. It's called Bartman Begins.
a sketch titled "Heimlich Begins" spoofs the film with Dr. Heimlich as the hero
A send-up of superhero films, from Batman Begins to Fantastic Four.