Saw II (2005)
The shot of the elevator going down
Opens with a "death mask" scene.
Jigsaw says his house is "the last house on the left"
Photofit of Travis Bickle on police notice board
The "pool of needles" is a reference/homage to the barbed wire-room in Suspiria.
In both films, a character is shot through the head while looking through a peephole.
Doyle tells Rory that Paris was watching the film at 3am the night before.
kidnapper puts key inside guy's body/guy dies because he refuses to cut himself open to get the key and save his life
James mentions he liked this film as well as the first one.
Debra jokes that she showed Astor "Saw" I and II.
DVD seen in the video store.
mentioned in overview on Saw-sequels
The movie is mentioned
At the Valentine's dance, Abed, Troy, and Mariah discuss the seven "Saw" movies.
Dan says Blair's situation has gone from "Women on th Verge" to "Saw II".
Welshy mentions it was originally a stand-alone film before they made it a Saw sequel.
also directed by Darren Lynn Bousman
Welshy mentions the other films in the series
To be reviewed next time
Holly says that there is more gore and blood in childbirth than in "Saw II".
Poster is shown.
The girl working at the scare house is seen wearing the pig mask and robe first seen in Saw II which is also distributed by Lionsgate.
Video case is shown.
Joe explains that Darren Lynn Bousman directed "all of those scary Saw movies."
the movie has spoofs of the series
Chris Moltasanti Is watching Saw 2 at the start of the Episode just before he finds out Kelly is pregnant.
Nominated, clips shown.
One of the movies profiled and shown.
Darren Lynn Bousman mentions it. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
This episode reviews the film
movie is reviewed
Welshy recaps the previous film
recaps the film's main story
Takes #7 on list on movies that People want Erod to talk about
Cindy, Robbie and Brenda are attached to headtraps.
The whole show is done in the style of Saw, with parodies of the death traps used in the first two films.