Crash (I) (2004)
Sandra Bullock's "best friend" realization
Cameron's wife insults him: "The closest you came to being black was watching The Cosby Show" - ironic, since Terrence Howard, who plays Cameron, got his first job as a guest on Cosby.
Title posted on theatre marquee
"After seeing Crash win best picture, I guess anything is possible."
Referenced to reflect Jennifer Esposito's successes after appearing in Master of Disguise.
Roeper compares the storyline of this movie to "Hereafter"
The film was a option in a question
Roeper calls "Valentine's Day" a fluffy version of "Crash"
Listed onscreen in viewer introduction to Paul Haggis
setup for a joke
Included in a $1,000 question
Netflix execs and guest experts Ted Sarandos and Erin Ruane mention that it is the most requested film on Netflix
correct response in "Oscar Night 2006" category
Jay mentions that Ludacris was in the movie
Big Suze says she's auditioning for a stage version of this.
After Ryan mentions the movie in connection with their current case, Esposito says "Crash is overrated".
Brett says Crossing Over (2009) is similar to Crash (2004)
Writer/Director Haggis discusses making Crash
referenced during the monologue
An audience member calls the film "preachy"
Paul Haggis talks about Crash
"Paul Haggis Crashed the Oscars"
Poster in Joey's office.
Mentioned during the monologue
Documentary is about the film
readerboard towards beginning of film advertises this movie
Taking #10 on the user poll of the best movies of 2001-2010
Clips of mistakes shown
a clip is shown in a montage of Terrence Howard films
a clip is shown in a montage of Don Cheadle films
a clip is shown in a montage of Terrence Howard's films
a clip is shown as part of a montage of Sandra Bullock's films to introduce her
Featured in Best Picture montage.
Clip shown as nominees announced.
Fragments of this film are shown in this episode
Clips are shown
Megan's mother is trapped in her car and a cop comes by who ends up taking her gasoline instead of helping her