Julie & Julia (2009)
When Julie and Eric are driving and the lobsters in the bag in the back seat moves, Eric says: - It's alive! in the same manner Dr. Frankenstein said it
Poster in Julie's apartment.
Clips from the show are re-shot with Meryl Streep portraying Julia Child.
"Anatomy of a Junket" segment.
Mentioned by Jimmy Carter (Darrell Hammond)
Star-and-role puzzle "Meryl Streep as Julia Child"
Subject of a $2,000 question
Title mentioned while introducing Meryl Streep on Weekend Update
Subject of a $5,000 question
Subject of a $1,200 clue in the category "From Page to Screen"
Reference in a $10,000 question
Subject of a $200 clue in the category "Julia Child"
The movies that have redone for "MAD-inization".
Conan O'Brien introduces actress Amy Adams and mentions this movie
Pretending to be a Miranda Priestly prototype from "The Devil Wears Prada", Lily gets her Meryl Streep movie character confused and says she brought French cooking to America.
One of the movies listed for the "Movies Titles in Japan"
Amaar discusses the movie with Rayyan.
Jackson Murphy says he thinks Meryl Streep should have won the Oscar for the film
Brad asks Dave if he's seen the movie
Owen mentions it.
Jay mentions that Amy Adams was in the film
Bianca references Meryl Streep's performance as Julia Child in the film.
Mentioned by Mark.
Julie and her husband watch "The Julia Child Show" parody from this episode.
Footage shown when referenced
Promotional excerpts showed during interview with Amy Adams - Julie Powell cooks three lobsters.
A fragment featuring 'Meryl Streep' is shown.
Clip shown with promotional wedge on the wheel
Opening sequence, Best Movie Nihar Patel's Patel's girlfriend dragged him to but actually ended up liking
Clips shown when Nominated for several Catagories
Footage shown as Roeper discusses Meryl Streep's Best Actress chances
Footage shown as Roeper discusses the Best Picture category
Clip shown during 'Oscar' segment.
Clip shows Meryl Streep as Julia Child showing off her cooking skills
a clip is shown in a montage of Amy Adams films
Clip included in montage of Jane Lynch films
Movie reviewed in this episode.
Julia's character is shown on TV, in cartoon, portrayed by an anthropomorphic turkey. It has the same speaking manner and the same final catch-phrase