On television set in Linguini's house
one of the characters is named Django.
The first shot of Remy is a freeze frame as he jumps through a window with a stolen cook book. This is the same way Tuco is introduced in The Good, The Bad & The Ugly.
During the montage where the rats take over the kitchen and start cooking, one of the rats is boxing with a raw steak to tenderize it, a reference to the Rocky montage where he practices his jabs using sides of beef.
An old lady, while breathing with a gas mask on, makes Darth Vader's infamous breathing sounds
The eccentric red-haired woman firing her shotgun at a pair of rodents resembles Madame Medusa's attempt to rid herself of the mouse protagonists through an identical method in the Disney classic.
When Remi is talking about the fact that he is a rat a sinister silhoutte of rats with glowing eyes is shown before being joined by other similar rats. These shots and representations are exactly like the "villain" rat characters from The Secret of Nimh.
Scenes with a multitude of rats cooking
A character says, "I'll have what he's having."
The Pizza Planet truck appears in the middle of a bridge in the background when Remy is chased by Skinner.
During the cook introduction scene, a short musical theme from Medal of Honor: Underground (2000) (VG) accomanies the introduction of the former WWII French resistance fighter. The action of Medal of Honor: Underground centers on the French resistance, and Michael Giacchino scored both the game and the film.
Linguini is wearing boxer shorts with The Incredibles logo on them.
Abductee is hero of Ratatouille
Ratatoing is a Brazilian ripoff of Ratatouile
John Ratzenberger does voice over work for Pixar with Ratatouille posters visible
documentary about the movie
referenced by name.
Mentioned during Weekend Update
Referenced by name
#2 on Scott's list.
Used during the TV test
Skinner's scooter, which is pretty banged up, is lying on top of a trash pile. The robot mice on the Axiom's garbage level are called REM-Es
Billboard can be seen shortly when it begins to rain in the evening.
Included in a $2,000 question
mentioned in dialogue
Homer pirated the movie
Poster shown when Hewy discusses Pixar movies
Ann mentions that she and Andy went to see this movie.
a character says his young son had been up late watching Ratatouille
Kevin's "Hollywood" menu includes "ratatouille from 'Ratatouille.'"
Reference in a $1,600 clue in the category "Chow"
DVD cover shown.
The wolfman's human ego during the moon shrinking sequence looks mostly like Alfredo Linguini.
guess during charades
Remy poses as a waiter and gives Sam the bill.
mentioned by Ewan as one of the DVDs Anna gave them
Nico's line: I have a hamster. His name's Remy. You know? From Ratatouille
During the "I've Got a Dream" song, the florist thug tops his arrangement with a rat resembling Remy; plus, several rats resemble Remy's dad, Django.
Shown alongside "Flushed Away" to show the dueling movie
Mark suggests that they watch this on TV.
Ina says William looks like a Ratatouille.
Conan O'Brien mentions commedian and actor Patton Oswalt and mentions this movie
Hewy says the film captures the essence of Paris
Ignatiy says that "Cars 2" is not "Ratatouille"
Hewy (on Pixar): "Over ten movies of...iron chef rats"
Title mentioned while introducing Patton Oswald
Mickey Mouse captures Remy.
Oleg calls Han "Ratatouille".
Christy mentions that Brad Bird directed the film
Referenced several times
A still is shown.
multiple references to a rat being a cook throughout episode and Mel shows Joe the DVD case
mentioned by Walt
Jones says, "I saw 'Ratatouille.'"
clips in Ratzenberger conclusion
Jakob Stegelmann looks at the upcoming Danish release + trailer footage used
Poster and featuring animation films
Clips shown for Scott's video pick.
Clips are shown
DVD release reviewed + footage used
Footage contributed into the sketch 'Cars never start when you need them to'
Clip shown as a tribute to the foodgasm
Clips of mistakes shown
Film Brain mistakingly begins to review this film
Clip shown during Kevin O'Sullivan's TV review segment.
In Paris, there's a brief glimpse of a restaurant called "Gastow's." Gusteau's was the restaurant in Ratatouille.
After eating Marge's apple pie, the meth dealer's flashback to his childhood and his mother's apple pie spoofs Anton Ego's flashback in "Ratatouille."