Machete's tagline is he was he was "given an offer he couldn't refuse".
Torn poster in the background during the opening rescue scene.
The TV channel logo on the bottom corner of the screen during the news report about McLaughlin killing Michael Booth is a reference to a Fonzie-ism. Instead of "Telemundo," it's "Exactamundo."
The image of April Booth (Lohan) dressed as a nun and holding a handgun resembles Zoe Lund in Able Ferrara's classic
Computer-simulation showing the proposed U.S./Mexico-border-fence. During the introduction of "Escape from New York", there's an almost identical schematic showing Manhattan-Island-prison and its containment wall. Even details like the blinking triangles at key-points are recreated in Machete.
The line "Forget what's legal and do what's right" is referenced by Sartana Rivera (Jessica Alba) in "Machete".
Machete is ID'd by the large tattoo of a woman on his chest in Sartana's file. In Desperado, also directed by Rodriguez, Trejo's character is also ID'd by the tattoo.
Brett says they will review it next week
Jay says it is the big movie this weekend
referring to a male action figure mislabeled as an Indian princess, Jay asks if the figure is the guy from the film
Robert Rodriguez mentions this movie during interview
"Machete LJA" is listed among the opening credits.
the campaign ad at the beginning
Appears on the list of DVD releases of January/February
the film of this episode's topic
Mentioned in dialogue
Chronicling Seagal's 8 year absence from the big screen
mentions that the character originated in the Spy Kids trilogy.
another film starring Robert De Niro and Jessica Alba, which is superior to Little Fockers.
makes a cameo
Brett reviews the trailer in the Anticipatron
Promotional excerpt shown during interview with Jessica Alba - Machete Cortez explains to Sartana Rivera why she should trust him, and hands her a gun, which she assumes is unloaded.
a clip from the film starring Don Johnson is shown
Reviewed, clips shown.
A trailer is shown.