Columbus' character says once "Fasten your seat belts. This is going to be a bumpy ride".
Woody Harrelson's character Tallahassee has adopted Josh Randall's iconic weaponry, the sawed-off Winchester style lever-action rifle worn in a leg holster.
When Tallahassee first meets Columbus on the interstate, the pocket watch theme is played as they have a momentary "stand off."
Tallahassee plays "Dueling Banjos" from Deliverance on the banjo and then says "You have a pretty mouth" when he sees the rednecks.
Final sequence, only instead of the main characters being trapped inside a mall, they're traped inside a theme park.
mentioned by Colombus in reference to Tallahassee's fighting style
Two characters quote the film during a post-credit gag sequence.
The fast zombies at a Amusement Park is referenced
The movies' surprise celebrity star has a pompous self-portrait referencing his Scrooged character hanging in the entrance way of his Beverly Hills mansion.
Wichita references to Bill Murray as "What About Bob" when she's dancing with Columbus.
Tallahassee quotes this film
Wichita mentions she saw her first R rated film in 1997, which was "Anaconda".
Tallahassee states he "hasn't cried this much since Titanic"
Columbus tells Tallahassee that Little Rock "was like a crouching tiger" when she sneaked up on them with a shotgun
Bill Murray, when asked if he had any regrets before dying, mentions "Garfield".
Little Rock attempts to explain the premise of the show to Tallahassee
During the LA Scene, a poster for 2012 is seen outside of Grauman's Chinese Theater
Bruno mentions the current hit when evaluating Chuck's performance, though he calls the film Zombietown
Jay says he saw "Zombieland" over the weekend -- not the movie, but Red Sox fans after their team was eliminated
movie is reviewed
Krusty explains the plot of the movie
"Nut up or shut up" is referenced
mentioned by Steve Martin when talking to Woody Harrelson
Subject of a $15,000 question
Background gag of yellow Hummer running over zombies.
Poster is shown.
Poster is shown.
Poster is shown.
Mentioned in the opening monologue
in overview on recent zombie films
Michael Cera recalls being mistaken for Jesse Eisenberg by a fan of the film
Conan O'Brien introduces actor Jesse Eisenberg and mentions this movie
Mentioned in Amber Heard interview
the film of this episode's topic.
mentioned by Dean
Hewy says Jesse Eisenberg starred in this movie
Title mentioned while introducing Emma Stone and during interview
When Nick wants the code, Chango asks if he wants Code Red. Columbus drinks Code Red in Zombieland. Both played by Jesse Eisenberg.
The poster of this movie is seen behind Lupa.
Title of this film appears on screen.
The scene where Genelia fakes losing her ring is copied from this movie.
"Make Zombieland 2!"
Paying homage to an ispirational film to the crew
In the scene before J. Daniel Atlas and Merritt McKinney enter the secret room, McKinney tells Atlas that he is a "bit of a control freak," to which Atlas replies, "Have we met before?" This is a nod to the previous film Harrelson and Eisenberg had starred in, Zombieland (2009).
mentioned among zombie flicks
DVD is shown.
mentioned among the abundance of zombie movies over the last decade
Listed among the zombie movies made in recent years.
a still of Abigail Breslin in the film is shown
Title is referenced.
When schooling Little Rock in Bill Murray films, Columbus shows Little Rock scenes from "Ghostbusters"
Columbus is playing World Of Warcraft in an early scene.
Trailer shown during Trailer Time.
Promotional Excerpts showed during interview with Woody Harrelson - Tallahassee kills zoombies in a supermarket with a banjo.
Out in theatres in the Weekend Peekend
Clips shown for the review.
a clip from the film with Abigail Breslin is shown
Reviewed, clips shown
Reviewed in Haiku form, clips shown.
Clips shown when this movie is reviewed.
Clips shown: Best Horror Movie (winner)
Clips of mistakes shown
A scene with Bill Murray is shown
recalls Bill Murray's cameo where he regrets making Garfield
clip shown of Titanic spoof
Driving in Hollywood, they are watching a map and driving the same road as in the intro credits for the 1960s TV show.
Bill Murray helps reenact a scene from the film
based on the "Zombie Survival Guide"
Parodies basic premise