Grizzly Man (2005)
Timothy Treadwell shouts this TV series title.
Exit, pursued by a Bear.
Treadwell apparently became depressed after losing the role of the bartender on Cheers to Woody Harrelson
Timothy Treadwell's father says his son appeared on this program.
Timothy Treadwell says: "That is Freddy Kruger like creepy"
The part where The Late Show was in the film is not in the DVD version, but the show is referenced by the titular character.
Hef and guests watch the movie at the Mansion
Ron White does a whole bit on where he has watched the film.
Mentioned by Ziva
Dwight says he tried to go see Grizzly Man but accidentally went to see Wedding Crashers instead.
Doug says something like "wouldn't it be awesome if I died half way through this movie, Grizzly Man style."
German director watching the video with the death of the "documentary's" main subject
Brooker refers to footage of a man playing with lions as footage of a man who's seen too many Disney films and not enough Werner Herzog documentaries (Grizzly Man).
Brad Dourif's Character mimics the speech pattern of Timothy Treadwell
poster on wall in conference room
Werner Herzog talks in interview about this film, snippets are seen
mentioned in dialogue
Jerk describes The Country Bears as a nightmare someone had after watching The Blues Brothers, The Muppet Movie, and Grizzly Man, all in the same night.
Dan mentions "that Werner Herzog movie with the grizzly".
Referenced in dialogue
Gang cries out 'Werner Herzog' when confronted by the Scarebear
In Grizzly Man, Herzog opts not to show the audience audio footage of a bear attack; this is mimicked exactly by Abed, as he deems part of his documentary "got so ugly."
Bennett uses this as a metaphor for life
Jay believes the title for Grizzly Man should have been "They're bears you fucking moron!"
A clip of Timothy Treadwell on the Late Show is shown
A fragment of this documentary is shown in this episode
Shown on the 2005 episode
The whole point of this movie is this spoof.
This whole film is a spoof of Grizzly Man.
Abed films himself reacting to disturbing audio, as Werner Herzog did.