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Follows 

Family Guy (1998) (TV Series)

Followed by 

Edited into 

Family Guy: Bango Was His Name-O (2006) (TV Episode)
movie re-edited into three-part television episode
Family Guy: Stewie B. Goode (2006) (TV Episode)
movie re-edited into three-part television episode
Family Guy: Stu & Stewie's Excellent Adventure (2006) (TV Episode)
episode is edited from the final third of the movie

References 

Today (1952) (TV Series)
Stewie references the time Peter got on the Today Show.
Jonny Quest (1964) (TV Series)
The cast make a cameo at an airport.
The Sound of Music (1965)
Stewie figures out what he wants to be, after his near death experience, and invisions himself strolling down the street singing "I have confidence in sunshine...", just like Julie Andrews in the Sound of Music.
Batman (1966) (TV Series)
Peter singing Spiderman version of Batman theme.
Bullitt (1968)
The car chase between Stewie and his future self in San Francisco is a reference to Bullitt. This is also mentioned in the commentary.
Easy Rider (1969)
In the opening credits, a shot shows Stewie and Brian on motorbikes similar to those used in Easy Rider (note the American flag paintjob)
The Courtship of Eddie's Father (1969) (TV Series)
Peter asks Tricia Takanawa how Mr. Eddie's father is.
MASH (1970)
Stewie sings the words to the theme song to movie MASH.
M*A*S*H (1972) (TV Series)
Stewie sings the theme song to M*A*S*H.
Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975)
Peter says that Meg & Himself went on a quest to find the holy grail
Charlie's Angels (1976) (TV Series)
Chris also answers with "Bosley".
Eight Is Enough (1977) (TV Series)
The actor Grant Goodeve who played the eldest son is mentioned.
Smokey and the Bandit (1977)
Theme song reference
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)
stormtroopers
Mork & Mindy (1978) (TV Series)
A man asks to see the virtual show of Mork and Mindy.
Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo (1979) (TV Series)
Chris answers with "Scrappy-Doo".
Puckman (1980) (Video Game)
character plays pacman
Terms of Endearment (1983)
Stewie references that Peter was supposed direct Terms of Endearment.
Who's the Boss? (1984) (TV Series)
It's always on in hell.
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986)
The way Stewie jumps onto Stu and yells "surprise!" in order to get to the future recalls Dr. Taylor doing so to Kirk (she did it in order to get beamed aboard the ship, effectively granting her a ticket to the 23rd century; but it's definitely the same idea)
Lethal Weapon (1987)
When Chris is tied up and being shocked by the Chinese man it is a reference to Lethal Weapon.
Full Metal Jacket (1987)
At the end, when the news is covering the "wrap party". The lady anchor states that their Asian reporter saw the movie and "Loved it long time." This is a reference to the prostitute trying to pick up Matthew Modine in FMJ and the audio from that movie was made famous by rap group 2 Live Crew in "Me So Horny"
Spaceballs (1987)
In both movies, a Winebago crashes into a desert in similar fashion
3 Men and a Baby (1987)
Stewie asks Brian and Quagmire if they had seen Three Men and a Baby and if they saw a ghost in the movie.
Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987)
"what grinds my gears" line is from this movie.
Roseanne (1988) (TV Series)
Lois references that they never should have replace Peter as Dan on Roseanne.
I'm Gonna Git You Sucka (1988)
The stunt-double joke was used first in this film, where one character is replaced by a completely different looking person during an action sequence.
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989)
In the opening credits, a scene depicts Stewie wearing rocket boots, hovering near Brian while he is climbing a cliff. This is reference to the scene in Star Trek V, when Captain Kirk is climbing El Capitan and Spock hovers nearby on his rocket boots.
Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990) (TV Series)
Stewie references he could fit in with the kids from 90210.
The Prince of Tides (1991)
Peter references The Prince of Tides at the Lackluster Video store.
The Remains of the Day (1993)
News anchors Tom Tucker and Diana Simmons remark about the Anthony Hopkins period piece Remains of the Day.
Friends (1994) (TV Series)
Peter references that the show was put up against Friends.
Crash Bandicoot (1996) (Video Game)
News anchor Tom Tucker plays Crash Bandicoot.
The Practice (1997) (TV Series)
Peter asks Lara Flynn Boyle if Dylan McDermott (who are the stars of The Practice) is nice
Sex and the City (1998) (TV Series)
Lois quizzes Chris on naming the girls from Sex and the City.
Futurama (1999) (TV Series)
Reporter asks Stewie when Futurama will be back on
The West Wing (1999) (TV Series)
Chris references he did a guest spot on the West Wing.
Survivor (2000) (TV Series)
Peter references that the show was put up against Survivor.
According to Jim (2001) (TV Series)
Stewie comments to reporters he makes a guest appearance on According to Jim.
Scooby-Doo (2002)
Mention by Chris Griffin

Referenced in 

Family Guy: Road to Rupert (2007) (TV Episode)
Copies of this movie on DVD are for sale on the table at Brian's yard sale.
Multiplayer (2009) (Short)
Mike copies Bono's "it's for the starving children' line
On Cinema Film Guide (2013) (Video Game)
Movie is reviewed

Spoofs 

A Wild Hare (1940) (Short)
The opening is re-created, but with a much bloodier ending
Casino Royale (1967)
dance sequence spoofed
Family Feud (1976) (TV Series)
The scene where Peter is shown as the host of "Family Feud" is a parody of the show.
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)
Jawas are huddled around Stewie's car and he shoos them away.
National Lampoon's Vacation (1983)
When they crash the winnebago Brian gets a bloody nose like Rusty and Stewie has the airbag explode late like what happens to Clark
Terms of Endearment (1983)
Spoofs a scene from Terms of Endearment.
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)
Stewie plays as Shortround in a spoof of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.
Thundercats (1985) (TV Series)
There is a clip spoofing it, with two of the original voice actors providing the voices
Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)
Stewie's chasing himself to the same music Ferris was running home to.
Lethal Weapon (1987)
Scene of Mel Gibson and Endo (man who tortures Riggs) is redone with Chris not being able to answer "Who are the women in Sex and the City?"
Roseanne (1988) (TV Series)
Spoof a scene with Peter as Dan in Roseanne.
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)
The holy grail coffee-mug scene
Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990) (TV Series)
Spoofs a scene with the kids from 90210.
The Prince of Tides (1991)
Spoofs a scene of Prince of Tides with Barbra Striesand's nose censored out.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993) (TV Series)
The scene between Odo and Quark Griffin is a parody of "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine"
Late Show with David Letterman (1993) (TV Series)
Stewie spoofs Drew Barrymore flashing David Letterman on the Late Show.
Inside the Actors Studio (1994) (TV Series)
Stewie spoofs Inside the Actor's Studio.
The View (1997) (TV Series)
Stewie spoofs being on The View where the women fight over a cheesecake.
The West Wing (1999) (TV Series)
Spoofs the scene from the West Wing where they crew walks through the halls.
The Shield (2002) (TV Series)
Spoofs the show The Shield with Vic Mackey having a twin brother, played by Stewie's genitalia.
Spider-Man (2002)
Spoofs the scene in Spider-Man where Spider-Man saves Mary Jane.
Bruce Almighty (2003)
Tom the newsreader tries to make Peter fail his Grindsmygears-item.

Spoofed in 

Family Guy: Blue Harvest (2007) (TV Episode)
The Whacky Flailing Arms Inflatable Tube Men ad is parodied as a sci-fi version.

See also

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