Juno announces her water breaking by saying "Thundercats are GO!"
Juno and Mark debate the merits of this movie
Bren mentions 'PicturePages' when she's berating the UltraSound Technician.
Juno announces her water breaking with "Thundercats are go!"
Juno refers to Bleeker's mom as looking like a hobbit, specifically the one who was in The Goonies.
Bleeker says he won't date a girl because she smells like soup which is the same reason Charlie gives for breaking up with a girl.
Mention of waiting for Tino when discussing the band
Paulie mentions title in a conversation with Juno.
Juno asks Leah if she needs any bones that need collecting.
Juno mentions this film when talking about her mother.
For a brief second in Juno's room there is a pin with the Battle Royale "BR" logo
Juno compares Bleeker's Mom to Sam Gamgee.
#4 on Roeper's list.
Brandon Hardesty says he is going to recreate this movie next
'Juno' appears on "I Drink Your Milkshake"
Mentioned in Ellen's opening monologue
Mentioned by name
Dennis Miller makes reference to this film in the 'Miller Time' segment.
Becca is called Juno
Raj mentions it in reference to Ellen Page.
mentioned on message board during end credits
Holly J says "Thanks for the advice, Juno." to Mia.
Jay mentioned the movie.
Subject of a $2,000 question
Dean says "Rent Juno and get over it."
Stu Kopenhafer (J.K. Simmons) at the bar orders "Makers Mark, up" a reference to 'Juno', another J.K. Simmons movie where Juno "orders" the same when she first meets her baby's adoptive parents
Allison dreams of the "eggo is preggo" scene
a pregnant-teen Internet board poster uses the screen name "Juno32"
Stewie claims that screenwriter Diablo Cody "got lucky once" by writing Juno.
Subject of a $16,000 question
Adrianna is called "Juno" by another student
Mentioned following a $16,000 question about Diablo Cody's Oscar win
Ellen says Adventureland is 'The Graduate for the people that liked Juno'
Mentioned in Diablo Cody scene
Enzo and Linda walk by a movie poster
Bianca recalls the movie while mentioning teen pregnancy.
the writer of this film worked on Jennifer's Body
Subject of a $1,000 clue in the category "Celebs Who Twitter"
Reference in a $1,600 clue in the category "Funny Folks"
Jay and Diablo Cody discuss the movie which she wrote
Peter scolds Mike for 'talking like Juno'
Dave Gonzalez says the director of "Up in the Air" also directed this movie
The Nostalgia Critic wonders what Juno would be like if Ivan Reitman directed it.
Mentioned by Addison
Jay asks Jason Reitman a multiple-choice question about what a sequel to the film would be like
Britta says, "I'm not Juno, Okay, Homeslice?"
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Oscars Since 2000"
Jay mentions that Jason Reitman directed the film
Film mention by Lucy.
Leslie Bohem mentions it.
Included in a $10,000 question
DVD cover shown.
The subconcious thoughts of Ariadne (Ellen Page's character) cause Paulie to appear in a dream world
Mentioned by Conan O'Brien as he introduces Michael Cera
Ignatiy says the students in "Beastly" speak like characters out of Diablo Cody's screenplay for the film
Title mentioned while introducing Jason Bateman and during interview
Mentioned when discussing "hipster porn."
Jay mentions that Allison Janney was in the film
Frank calks Roxy Juno; they talk about Diablo Cody
when Emily says that she doesn't need to go on the pill, Alison replies that while Juno was a cute movie, she wouldn't want to live it.
Jay mentions that Jason Reitman directed the film
Christy mentions that the film was from the director and screenwriter of "Young Adult"
Jay mentions that Diablo Cody wrote the film
the poster for "Young Adult" is shown which mentions that the film is from the same writer
Movie poster on the wall of Lola's room.
The girl that asks the first question looks like Ellen Page and Kevin Smith tells her she has "a real Juno thing going on."
mentioned by Laurie
Chelsea mentions the movie by name.
Sonya gets this on DVD to watch
Sad Panda says this film was overrated
Chelsea mentions Jennifer Garner appearing in the movie.
Title mentioned while introducing Cat Power
Troy says that he does a great impression of Juno.
Mark and Juno watch this film. Also, Juno tells Mark "The Wizard Of Gore" is better than "Suspiria".
Clips shown for the review.
Clips of this film are featured during talk of the 2008 Academy Awards. (Bill thought the film was 'excellent')
Clips of this film are featured and it is discussed.
In the SNL Digital Short
Clips shown when it is announced that this movie was No. 3 in a viewer's poll on the best movies of 2008.
"Ode to the Indy Movie" segment.
"Ode to the Indy Movie" segment
a clip is shown in a montage of Ellen Page films
Scenes from Juno are shown, as Panda mistakes it for being the same movie.
waitress in "There Will Be Milkshakes for Old Men" skit
Based on the Juno trailer
Character names Paulie and Juney, who dress the same as Michael Cera's and Ellen Page's characters
Ellen Page's Character