Shrek Forever After (2010)
Christmas bonus short, takes place after Shrek Forever After
When rumple throws water on a witch, she melts saying "what a world, what a world".
While the king and queen travel through the bad neighborhood,dueling banjos is heard in the background
When Rumplestiltskin puts on his angry wig, he greatly resembles Heat Miser which also has flaming red hair.
Donkey sings "The Greatest Love of All," for the witches. Eddie Murphy did the same in this film, as well.
Rumpelstiltskin steps off the balcony on to his goose which his followers don't know is there, much like Marty steps onto the DeLorean from the top of the building to escape from Biff.
After Fiona makes her wish, Shrek experiences many days who all are almost identical, similar to the plot in Groundhog Day
While Donkey is singing for the witches He references the title song of Firefly "may take the sky from me, but they can't take my dignity"
"Half empty? I'd say it's half full."
When Rumpeltstiltskin wears his angry wig, he looks like Syndrome without the mask.
John Cleese's appears recording the voice of his character
Carlo Boszhard talks about the voiceover for Donkey in the Dutch translation
Jay mentions that Landon Pigg and Lucy Schwartz's song "Darling I Do" is from the film's soundtrack
Brett and Ellen say they plan to review this movie in the next episode
Included in a $500 question
Appears on the list of DVD releases of November/December.
Poster shown when Nostalgia Chick discusses the Shrek franchise
Announcer and actress Kristen Schaal (while being interviewed by Conan O'Brien) mentions this movie
Conan O'Brien introduces actress Cameron Diaz and mentions this movie
Billboard sign of the movie.
Shrek mentions Rumpelstiltskin giving him a new life as a crime fighter.
AniMat admits Puss in Boots is better than the better Shrek film.
Shrek mentions being in this movie.
Han references this movie.
Promotional excerpt shown during interview with Eddie Murphy - Donkey get's caught in a waffle trap.
Promotional excerpt showed during interview with Mike Myers - Shrek tries to convince Donkey that they are friends, with a song.
Clip shown with promotional prize wedge on the wheel
a clip from the film starring Eddie Murphy is shown
Reviewed, clips shown
Clips shown when this movie is reviewed.
Film is talked about, clips shown.
Reviewed, clips shown.
a clip is included in a montage of Cameron Diaz films
Mentioned as the final Shrek film. Chips briefly shown.
Clips of mistakes shown
All the witches bear some resemblance to the Wicked Witch, and share her vulnerability to water.
Shrek wishes to have one day from his early childhood, a day he doesn't remember, be taken away from him. That day turns out to be the day he was born. Like George Bailey, Shrek learns what the world would be like had he not been born.
A bar of "Dueling Banjoes" can be heard as the King & Queen go to visit Rumpelstiltskin.
Rumpelstiltskin eliminates -although in a funny way- one of his witches henchmen while walking around a table where they are all sitting at, after having pronounced a speech about optimism and the importance of teamwork; just as Al Capone does in the unfamous baseball bat scene.
While Fiona dances to disco, she does an aerial move and gracefully falls down in slow-motion; almost identically performed by Cameron Diaz in this movie.
Witches use apples as bombs, like The Green Goblin uses pumpkins as bombs.