The monster's likeness appears in "Super Size Me" (2004)
in one of the opening murals for a segment, Kong (w/ a Fay Wray look-alike in his hand) is seen stomping through suburbia along with Bob's Big Boy and Ronald McDonald
The playing of the Blue Danube Waltz during the surgery montage is a direct reference to Stanley Kubrick (and 2001), a fact Spurlock confirms in the audio commentary on the DVD. He says that it was his "little homage to probably his favorite American filmmaker".
one painting contains Krusty the Klown & possibly Bart Simpson
One of the doctor's compares the effects of binge fast food eating to binge drinking, mentioning Nic Cage's character in Leaving Las Vegas as an example.
There are Dragon Ball Z toys at a shop
one painting contains one of the purple Tele-tubbies
SpongeBob's likeness appears in "Super Size Me."
Dora's likeness appeared in "Super Size Me."
A giant ad appears near a McDonalds
Kim Possible happy meal toys are used to represent the 'gotta have em' toys used by McDonalds to entice younger eaters
There is a poster for it
poster on the wall at Café de Loods
It say's "Super Size Me &..." on Bart's sheet
Referenced by title
Michael Moore says he is making a sequel to this movie
on shelf in video store
Title referenced by T'nuk
Lily mentions it.
Gelsey says the title while explaining to Moondance why she swore off meat
Doug makes a joke about it.
Miner asks Morgan if he made that 'McDonalds movie'
one of Annie's favorite movies listed on her Facebook
Will mentions the movie after Simon suggests he serve Big Macs at his dinner party.
Richard Roeper compares his book "Bet the House" to the film
DVD cover shown.
The documentary's poster appeared in various scenes.
Ignatiy says that like "The Greatest Movie Ever Sold," the film relied on a gimmick
Christy says "Forks Over Knives" is the opposite of "Super Size Me" in every way
Title mentioned while introducing Morgan Spurlock
Morgan Spurlock talks about his weight gain and loss surrounding the movie.
A clip of the animated Ronald McDonald from this direct to video special appeared in one scene.
footage is shown
This film was a nominee.
Clips are shown
Shown on the 2004 episode
A fragment is shown.
A fragment is shown.
'Bowling for Morgan' rebuts 'Super Size Me'
sketch parodies the show
parody movie(s): "Extra-Size Me/8 Ball Me"
Huey goes through an experiment very similar, duplicating shots and other details
Parodied in film.
This flick is a Super Sized mockumentary.
A rebuttal of Super Size Me
the guys imitate Morgan Spurlock's stunt of eating only fast food for a month
Greg attempts a stunt of eating 45 RPM records for thirty days for breakfast, lunch, and dinner...and immediately gets sick.
Declan Desmond's "Do You Want Lies with That?" documentary spoofs "Super Size Me."