The Simpsons Movie (2007)
Homer grabs a passing truck and is yanked horizontally off-screen like Buster Keaton.
The helpful animals and their role in helping humans is spoofed as an eagle has to come in and help Homer take off his clothes as the smaller birds cannot cope alone.
The trees whose branches behave like human arms.
mentioned on Japanese sign.
Homer's hat when disposing of the bomb.
When Homer enters the supplybunker, the jetpack from Thunderball is hanging on the wall.
During the final giant TV broadcast, Princess Kashmir is dressed up and poses like Racquel Welch on the poster of One Million Years B.C.
Homer sings 'Spider-Pig' to the "Spider-Man" theme tune from this cartoon.
Scene in which Moe's bar is ransacked during blackout.
The theme "Also Sprach Zarathustra" (Eng. "Thus Spake Zarathustra") appears in the beginning of the movie when Itchy and Scratchy go to The Moon.
Homer boards up the door to keep out the angry mob but they break through like zombies.
Homer looking down from the mountain with helicopters circling above.
A shot where Bart rolls down the roof was inspired by Lupin running down the castle roof during his rescue attempt.
People at the Alcoholics Anonymous meeting panic when they run out of coffee.
The crowd's celebration at the end of the film.
Visual referenced in the epiphany scene.
One of the hallucinations Homer has after meeting the Native American woman involves the Simpsons' house becoming a maze of staircases, similar to the building Jareth and Sarah are in towards the end of the film.
In the scene when the house is swallowed by the sink-hole, the chiming clock is a nod to Evil Dead II.
The bomb disposal robot committing suicide.
Opening with Itchy and Scratchy (Tex Avery homage) that seques into "real life" of film characters.
President Schwarzenegger exclaims that he misses Danny DeVito.
The shape of the glass shard that cuts Dr. Nick Riviera is the same as that on the window that killed Carl Bruner.
A crashed ambulance which carried Homer in this episode is seen at the edge of Springfield Gorge.
The Carpenters' "Close to You" is played in Homer and Marge's wedding video.
Homer mentions having his own religon.
Homer imitates John Travolta's iconic dance moves during the Medicine Woman scene.
When Homer is rammed against a hard surface whilst clinging to a wrecking ball attached to a crane.
FOX advertisement for this show.
The gay steel mill workers are seen trying to jackhammer through the dome.
When Bart is riding his skateboard naked, different passing objects are constantly covering his genitalia.
Bart skateboards naked through Springfield.
Leslie Nielsen pulled the same gag with his own wanted poster in Wrongfully Accused that the Simpsons do with theirs at the gas station.
Scene where Itchy stands at his desk in the oval office is the same in the opening credits of The West Wing.
Homer tells the church congregation to "Praise Jebus", who he prays to in this episode.
Lisa informs the town's people that she gave them water from the town's polluted lake.
the pig eats a cellphone with the same ringtone, the spinosaurus does in the Jurassic Park movie.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sounds very similar to the Child Detection Agency (CDA).
The swarm of nuclear missiles flying at Scratchy is a nod to the cloud of arrows flying at Nameless in the film's final scenes.
The wedding tape with the sticker "play me!"
The Simpsons Movie incorporates dialogue from the finale of the first season of Prison Break - "What do we do now?" "We run."
Fox bar advertising for "Are You Smarter Than a Celebrity?".
The opening chalk board gag is "I will not leak the plot of the movie". A reference to the upcoming Simpsons film.
Al Jean's halloween credit is "July 27th 2007 Jean" in reference to this film's release date.
mentioned in dialogue
Couch gag, "I will not take 20 years to make another movie," Springfield is still recovering from the dome disaster, Russ Cargil, Boob Lady, and Harry Plopper are seen.
Mentioned during the monologue
Poster is shown.
Referenced during talk of the years top grossing movies.
Marge's "One Simpsons movie was enough!" comment.
Shawn claims that Dutch "the Clutch" jumped Springfield Gorge.
An ad for "The Simpsons Movie" can be seen in the background as Dan and Charlie eat dinner.
Reference to the film
Subject of a $200 clue in the category "Movie Politicians"
The Native American medicine woman makes a cameo appearance.
Subject of a $15,000 question
Poster is shown.
Bender asks when they're going to make a second Simpsons Movie.
Mr. Burns threatens to cover all of Springfield with a large dome, and Lenny replies, "It's been done!"
The DVD is seen
Albert Brooks, the voice of Marlin in Finding Nemo, also provided voice work in this film.
Mentioned in dialogue
Comic Book Guy asks the comic-con panel if there will "be another Simpsons movie."
Poster is seen
The line "maybe we should kiss to break the tension"
When Bart is at the Kwik-E-Mart for e-cigs, you can see a Grand Theft Walrus machine in the background. This references the game Homer was playing in the movie.
The Dome is destroyed in a similar fashion in The Simpsons Movie when they use a motorcycle around the Dome and throwing a bomb out of the hole on top.
Mentioned by Mark.
Spider Pig character
Seen on a theater marquee: "Spider Pig: Turn Off the Pork"
In the "Dry Hard" segment, Springfield is kept under a large dome.
Jakob Stegelmann looks at the upcoming Danish release + trailer footage used
The guys are shown (and we get to see) a sneak preview of the upcoming Simpsons movie.
Clips are shown
DVD release reviewed + footage used
Shown on the 2007 episode.
Clips of mistakes shown
Taking #9 as the top movies based on TV shows
clip of Homer singing "Spider Pig"
Small clip featured in the show
Rod and Todd: "consistancy."
Rod and Todd: "Consistency!"
The deer and her son that take off Marge's clothes are parodies of Bambi and his mother.
When the lights in Moe's bar go out and come back on, all of his liquor is stolen; Moe turns the lights off again, expecting the liquor to be returned when he turns the lights back on, but when he does, the entire bar is stripped down, and Moe's clothes are stolen.
Cartoon birds dressing/undressing Homer and Marge.
Homer's first encounter with the Inuit woman reenacts Luke Skywalker's first meeting with Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Simpsons family outline of heads while watching end credits.
When Homer is walking through the snow to leave Alaska, he is wearing the same coat worn by Nando in Alive when he was hiking through the Andes, including the blown-out sleeves.
When Homer has the epiphany about his family, he goes through a scene like the one in the final episode, when Shinji emerges from Instrumentality.
Green Day play the violins while their barge is sinking and Mike Dirnt says "Gentlemen, it's been an honor playing with you tonight."
Tv news announcer Kent Brockman says "Day 37 under the Dome!" on Moe's Bar television set. This brief sequence actually spoofs the way Truman's days of his life tick away on the reality Tv show, which in Peter Weir's movie is being watched by many people in a similar bar.
Homer plays an arcade game named "Grand Theft Walrus", featuring the logo used since GTA3.
When Homer is in Alaska trying to get to Springfield, he sees an Aurora Borealis with the image of the Boob Lady in it, just like in "Brother Bear".
Scene of Bart fishing with Flanders mirrors opening scene of Return of the King, including replicated shots.
Lisa's 'An Irritating Truth' seminar spoofs Al Gore's use of the scissor-lift.
A dancing penguin gets shot in "Grand Theft Walrus".
When the Simpsons run through the harvest field.