The Dukes of Hazzard (2005)
Bo describes an old flame as pulling a "Keyser Soze" and disappearing.
Sean William Scott drives the General whilst staring at Johnny Knoxville, just like Paul Walker does in 2 fast 2 furious. His patented 'stare and drive''
Sean William Scott yells out "BOOM SHAKA LAKA!" after an explosion in the exact same way as Ewan Bremner in The Rundown (also after an explosion, also starring Scott)
mentioned by Gus
Mentioned during the monologue
referenced in clue in "Sister Act" category
Jessica Simpson's Daisy dukes mentioned
Mentioned by Jenna
mentioned in dialogue
Poster is seen
Ron MacLean mentions movie, and its song These Boots are Made for Walkin.
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Collegiate Movie Titles"
poster seen in video store
poster shown as Oan discusses how movie adaptations are made today
When the beauties arrive for their car wash mathematics challenge, Bernard Curry says they are "looking fresh as daisies ... or should I say Daisy Dukes".
Referenced by Tosh
Shawn and Gus make a reference to the Dukes of Hazzard movie remake and how the new plot with the race car driver was very dumb. James Roday who plays Shawn also played race car driver Billy Prickett.
correct response in "The Movie's International Title" category
"...still better than that film version of Dukes of Hazzard."
The film is liked on someone's Facebook.
Sam asks Dean if he prefers Bach or Simpson.
correct response in "Sean Connery & Burt Reynolds" category
#2 on Ebert's list, and #1 on Roeper's.
Nominated, clips shown.
They show clips from The Dukes of Hazzard before putting the scene where Bo Duke and Luke Duke shoot their General Lee Car from a dirt ramp over a body of water to the other side driving away to the test.
Clips shown in a celebrity interview with Johnny Knoxville.
Discussed and clips shown in part 2.
Jessica Simpson dancing seductively
Jumping the car high over the cops' cars while a cop with a large long-arm gun stands and stares in amazement.
Wiping the steam off the windshield while in the middle of intimacy.
When Bo and Luke get pulled over by the campus police, the scene plays out just like the opening scene from "Super Troopers."