Boardwalk Empire (2010–2014)
Blair says she snuck out of work early to catch up on "Boardwalk Empire".
Mentioned in the opening narration
Max asks the others if the have seen "Marty's show, 'Boardwalk Empire'."
Referenced by Steve Buscemi in the opening monologue
Jay asks a "Jaywalking" participant when and where the show takes place
Title used in clue in category Historical Entertainment
Kelly Macdonald's role mentioned.
Mentioned in dialogue.
Jay mentions that Steve Buscemi is on the show
Chelsea mentions that it's her favorite show.
Photographs of actress Gretchen Mol were shown.
Ryder mentions Nucky Thompson.
Referenced in a graphic shown on Weekend Update
Chelsea mentions Jeffrey Wright appearing on the show.
Shea Whigham plays an Atlantic City gambler, but in the 70s rather than the 20s, and Jack Huston also appears in both.
Jay mentions that Mark Wahlberg produces the show
Mentioned in dialogue
Michael Shannon talks about his series
a clip from the show starring Steve Buscemi is shown
A fragment is shown.
Clip shown during Kevin O'Sullivan's TV review segment.
clips from the show are shown
Male actor in a drama series nomination presentation, Steve Buscemi.
A clip of the show featuring guest Jack Huston is shown.
Mentioned as one of Kelly Macdonald's acting roles, the voice of Merida in Brave. Clip shown.
Award presentation for outstanding art direction for a single-camera series, outstanding hairstyling for a single-camera series, outstanding sound mixing for a comedy or drama series (one hour), and outstanding sound editing for a series.
Nomination presentation for outstanding supporting actor in a drama series and outstanding directing for drama series.
Nomination presentation for Steve Buscemi and ensemble.
Nomination presentation for outstanding male actor in a drama series and outstanding ensemble in a drama series.
A show called "Boardwalk Vampire" is promoted on Krusty's variety show.
"Boardwalk Monopoly" skit
Adult parody of the series.