Star Trek (2009)
The Trailer is shown during Trailer Time
A trailer is shown.
Kirk to McCoy: Aren't you the one who always says a little suffering is good for the soul?
Sarek explaining to Spock that marrying Amanda was a logical action
When we first meet Scotty, he has a pet Tribble in a cage
McCoy again refers to Spock as a pointy-eared hobgoblin
Young Spock is shown being teased by classmates just like in this episode, some dialogue by Sarek is similar also
Roberto Orci cited Star Wars as an influence in giving this film an epic feel: "I wanted to feel the space, to feel speed and to feel all the things that can become a little bit lost when Star Trek becomes very stately - although I love that about it." The film pays homage to Star Wars in the Cantina scene, in the action sequences, and particularly in Kirk and Spock's relationship ("Han Solo wasn't friends with anyone when the journey started, then..."). Additionally, the name 'Vader' is mentioned when the cadets are boarding the Starfleet vessels and Captain Pike says 'Punch it' before going to warp, just like Han Solo does. Sound technician Ben Burtt, a noted Star Wars technician, was also hired on the film.
Reuse of joke of faster-than-light drive failing to work after giving the order to "punch it"
Nero (seeking revenge like Khan) uses eels on a captain (Pike; just like Capt. Terrell) to obtain information.
Scotty's (future) theorum and application on trans-warp beaming. Ironically, Scotty in Trek III was opposed to the very notion of trans-warp drive.
Young Spock's memory test is similar to the "reborn" Spock of this film. (Besides the obvious time travel plot) Both discuss the meaning of being "fine" with Amanda and Sarek.
Uhura orders a Cardassian beverage at the bar. These aliens made their 1st appearance on this series, and nearly every other spin-off hence.
Spock says: "Once you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth." It is the same line from Star Trek VI when the crew is trying to figure out how the Enterprise "fired" on the Klingon Ambassador's ship, framing Kirk.
The Enterprise escapes an anomally by ejecting and detonating its warp core
Uhura orders a Slusho! drink at a bar when she first meets Jim Kirk
Scotty claims he's being punished for losing "Admiral Archer's prized beagle" in a transporter accident
Uhura orders a Slusho
Both here and webisode "In Harm's Way," the planet Vulcan is destroyed by a weapon from the future.
In the shuttle scene where Kirk and McCoy first meet, McCoy saying "I may throw up on you" is reference to the pilot of Lost, where Kate says the same thing to Jack as she is stitching up his wound.
Reference to the next Star Trek film
Zachary Quinto promotes film
Howard finds some story rumors about it on the Internet
Reference to the new "Star Trek" film
Linkara is looking forward to this film.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the upcoming film in his review of "Space: 1999" (1975)
Special to this Movie.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the review of the film in next week's episode
The conspiracy plot revealed to Olivia and Peter by conspiracy buff web site owner is about "war with a group of renegade Romulans who travel back in time to chnage the history", which is a plot of JJ Abrams' Star Trek.
movie is reviewed
Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and Leonard Nimoy defend the new Star Trek movie
Ben Stiller mentions the film
Reviewed in Haiku form.
Penny uses Kirk trying to infuriate Spock as an analogy for why Leonard faked Sheldon's monopole data
Jordan Farmar says he saw it three times
One of the buttons on De Singe's Auto-Trepanation Helmet injects a useful substance that temporarily numbs up Guybrush's tongue, just like Dr. McCoy injects a vaccine that numbs up the tongue of Captain Kirk
Rachael Ray says the movie made her cry
Original series and 2009 film are the basis for a category in Double Jeopardy! round
Movie is mentioned in the "Cult TV ;the game:" level.
A movie poster for the film is seen on a closet door in the dorm room of the opening sequence.
James Cameron mentions that Zoe Saldana filmed the movie after shooting her role in "Avatar"
Jay mentions that Zoe Saldana was in the film
Both hero vessels leave warp / mass effect jump & end up in a vast debris field of spaceships surrounding the main antagonist's vessel.
Included in a $7,500 question
advertised in a movie theater in the background
Screenplay by Alex Kurtzman
Included in a $500 question
Billy tries to impersonate Spock twice in the episode. Also, Miley tells Lily "You should see Spock." after another impersonation of Billy's
While Nikki gives Bart CPR, Bart dreams of Uhura kissing Spock in "Star Trek."
Sheldon wonders why William Shatner isn't in it.
Ellen says Zoe Saldana in "Death at a Funeral" is hot off "Avatar" and "Star Trek"
DVD cover shown.
Brett mentions the movie during the closing credits
An ad for Slusho is seen in a convenience store. This same fictional beverage is mentioned in Star Trek.
The "Star Blecch" skit has parodies from this movie.
Sheldon and Penny talk about the Kobayashi Maru test.
Jay mentions that Chris Pine played Captain Kirk in the film
Abrams' title card mentions him being the director of this movie.
Jay mentions that Simon Pegg was in the film
Ignatiy says he likes "Super 8" better than the film
Title mentioned during Simon Pegg's introduction
Sam compares Dylan's car gallery to the Enterprise.
While Corey "Big Hoss" Harrison and Austin "Chumlee" Russell conduct business with a male customer at Gold and Silver Pawn Shop that wants to sell a lot of Star Trek toys, a graphic appears on screen talking about this movie
Ben talks about the "Star Trek" remake and notes that J.J. Abrams is "making a sequel."
Harold (John Cho) is referred to as "Sulu". John Cho played Hikaru Sulu in Star Trek.
A behind-the-scenes picture is seen in Ned's room
Instead of the Leonard Nimoy Spock he ordered, Sheldon receives a lifesized cardboard cutout of a Zachary Quinto Spock.
Jay mentions that Chris Pine starred in the film
Movie mentions the Star Trek series of films
J.J. Abrams and Roberto Orci - director and writter of this movie - are symbolically represented by their action figures in this project. The model of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701 that went up with them was a small scale version of the updated starship design featured in the movie.
listed as one of Pelant's Pay Per View movies
Two pictures showing J.J. Abrams directing the movie
Jay mentions that Chris Pine played James T. Kirk in the film
Merchandise from this movie was shown in this documentary.
Its use of red to create an uncomfortable atmosphere is mentioned.
Documentary about the inspirations behind the screenplay
Linkara recalls his displeasure with Enterprise being built on the ground
The DVD of this movie is seen behind Bootsy.
Leonard and Sheldon talk about Zachary Quinto as Spock.
Kal mentions that Burt Dalton worked on special effects for this film.
Characters from this movie appear in Dog with a Captain's Log.
Characters from this movie appear in the "Old Spock's Off Their Spockers" skit.
"You live long and prosper, too."
mentioned once/poster shown
In "Trek" lore, Elysium was the name of a Federation colony where Captain Pike once lived-away from the Mojave Desert on Earth. Matt Damon was initially considered for the role of Pike's successor, Captain Kirk in,"Star Trek." Faran Tahir (President Patel) was also in the film.
Mentioned by Mike.
"...unless you're a giant space monster from the 2009 Star Trek movie."
Joel Harlow's Academy Award win for Star Trek is referenced, and Joel confirms getting to apply Spock's ears to Leonard Nimoy.
Bum constantly refers to the villain as "Nero from Star Trek"
Mentioned by Mike.
Simon Pegg's Star Trek films are mentioned
The NYPD cruiser with licence tag number '1701' is the registry number of the USS Enterprise. Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci were responsible for the production of both films.
Mike mentions J.J. Abrams' Star Trek is the first Star Trek movie to be titled as just Star Trek.
movie poster appear when Mike mentions the scripts by the Kurtzman-Orci duo as junk.
Mentioned by Jimmy when introducing Zoe Saldana
Luce refers to the film by title.
Mentioned in dialogue
Image from movie seen
Referenced with Leonard Nimoy
Simon Pegg talks about (working on) his accent during this movie
Jakob Stegelmann looks at upcoming Danish 2009 film releases + clip shown
Footage shown when referenced
Johan Albrechtsen interviews J.J. Abrams on the film + clips are shown
reviewed + footage used
Reviewed, clips shown
New on DVD in the Weekend Peekend
Recieves multiple nominations and awards
Clips shown when it is revealed that this movie came in at No. 8 in a viewers' poll on the top 10 movies of 2009.
"Tyler Perry in 3 Minutes or Less" segment
Clips are shown.
compares a fast-paced scene in this movie to a slow-paced one in Episode III.
Clips of J.J. Abrams' movie were shown.
Clips of mistakes shown
Various clips are shown. No dialogue.
Taking #1 as the top movies based on TV shows
Clips are shown & Chris Pine, who played the captain in the movie, is interviewed about the role.
recalling other examples of product placement in movies
film is reviewed
movie is reviewed
Clips from Star Trek are used in this special.
a clip is shown in a montage of Chris Hemsworth films
Alternate Ending parody
Spoofed in the "Lost Power" segment
Spock runs into several future versions of himself.
Deleted Scene parody