Burn After Reading (2008)
This movie's line "I'm crazy about you, baby" is a reference to the line Fred MacMurray uses in Double Indemnity.
George Clooney refers to a moss as Ironside.
One of Linda's matches on an internet dating service has the username "CoolHandTodd"
The name of the Russian agent -Kropotkin-is an homage to a character in the previous film.
Character named Hal to Osborne Cox (John Malkovich): "I hate to be the paranoid old spook"
One of Linda's matches on an internet dating service has the username "LSkywalker"
One of Lindas Internet dating matches lists his favorite TV-show as "Seinfeld"
Osborne Cox (John Malkovich) chases and attacks Ted (Richard Jenkins) in a similar fashion to Gaear Grimsrud (Peter Stormare) chases and attacks Carl Showalter (Steve Buscemi) in "Fargo", albeit the scene is cut short in the later mentioned scenario.
The music played while Linda is on hold with the HMO is "Gnomus" movement; used in the interpretive dance scene in "The Big Lebowski"
Brad Pitt's character, Chad, introduces himself as Joe Black. Brad Pitt played Joe Black in the earlier film.
Linda Litzke tells her doctor "My mother had an ass that could pull a bus." In The Ladykillers (2004), also directed by Ethan Coen and Joel Coen , Gawain tells his boss almost the exact same thing; describing a customer: "Mr. Gudge, she had a ass that could pull a bus."
movie is reviewed
Mentioned by David during a discussion of the best movies of 2008.
Contestant mentions that he was seeing the movie when he was notified of being chosen for the show
Included in a $100 question
The law firm 'Tuckman Marsh' is used in both films (for divorce).
Ellen mentions Tilda Swinton's role
The DVD is seen
One character quotes the film; another directly references the film.
Oswald is watching on TV
A fragment is shown.
A fragment is shown.
Clips from the film are shown during the ceremony.
Clips shown when it is announced that this movie was No. 2 in a viewer's poll on the best movies of 2008.
Clips of mistakes shown
'George Clooney in 3 Minutes or Less' segment
a clip is shown in a montage of Tilda Swinton films
a clip is shown in a montage of John Malkovich films
The Critic compares Big Lebowski to this movie
A clip is featured.
When John Malkovich answers the phone call he asks who the hell it is and where he got the number.