Cars 2 (2011)
"Planes" is set above the world of "Cars".
When Mater is changed into a "monster truck," he becomes a vampire and says, "I vant to syphon your gas!"
Otis the town lemon is named after Otis the town drunk.
In the Big Ben, "reverse the polarity!" is said, a popular Doctor Who catchphrase
Finn McMissile has very similar features from James Bond's famous Aston Martin DB5
Finn McMissile has the feature of diving into water the exact same way as the Lotus Espirit
Holly Shiftwell like Bond Girl Holly Goodhead
The character "Victor Hugo" is a reference to the author of The Hunchback of Notre Dame which was made into Disney movie
Finn McMissile has features from the BMW Z8
"The Incredimobiles" advertised on drive-in theater marquee.
The "Radiator Springs Grand Prix" was first held in the original Cars video game, and it appears again at the end of Cars 2.
A bathroom fight scene in the film, references Casino Royale's pre-credits sequence.
A poster featuring an Aston Martin DB7 can be seen on the wall in Andy's room, a car which would later become the basis for the character Finn McMissile in Cars 2. Both films were in production at the same time, even though Cars 2 was released after Toy Story 3.
Hewy says the Toy Story gang will appear in a short before "Cars 2"
Referenced as anticipated film of 2011.
Mentioned as one of the trailers shown before Pirates 4.
Lightning McQueen and Mater are shown in front of a poster shown in a montage between segments.
Title mentioned while introducing Emily Mortimer
"Cars 2 has yet to be released as I'm recording this."
Lynda says it is in theatres
Count Sigeeyai's dad tells his son there will be a sequel to "Cars"
movie is reviewed
Mentioned as a Pixar sequel being released in the same year.
commented and poster shown
Christy mentions that a girl told her that she liked the film a lot in 3D
The film is mentioned in a sketch
Appears on the list of Blu-ray/DVD releases of October/November
a sign advertising the film can be seen outside the Muppet Theater
They talk about Lars Hjortshøjs character in the movie
Hewy: "But it's a much better movie than what Pixar put out this year"
Arthur Christmas features more places the characters go to than in Cars 2.
Referenced in Jim's presentation
Hewy says "The Groovenians" is even worse than this movie.
Hewy wonders if "Brave" makes up for this movie.
Mentioned during 'Deadliest Drive' segment
To be reviewed next time
Lightning McQueen mentions being in this movie.
mentioned in dialogue
Steve mentions the film
AniMat recommends Turbo to those who even enjoy the second Cars film.
Holly Shiftwell and Francessco are playable.
Referenced in the Diego, Dad & Adult Ruth sketch
among movies in "Diet Pixar"
a clip of the film to be reviewed next week is shown
a clip from the film featuring the voice of Larry the Cable Guy is shown
Segment with "Crabby" shown
Clip shown during interview with Larry the Cable Guy
Altered clips of various scenes
clips are shown as Roger reviews the film
Movie reviewed in this episode.
clips are shown as Christy and Ignatiy review the film
Clip of the film featuring Sig Hansen's voice is shown
Clip shown to introduce today's guest John Lasseter!
a clip is shown of one of Jackson Murphy's top 5 films of the year so far
Clip shown during interview with Sir Michael Caine.
Reviewed, clips shown.
Reviewed, clips shown
One of Disney's low points in animation for 2011 as being Pixar's first disappointment. Clip briefly shown.
Fourth worst animated film of 2011.
Pixar's previous film was the studio's first critical failure. Clips briefly shown.
movie is reviewed
Short clip shown
Clips briefly shown to compare the quality of the environments to Planes' environments.
The Galloping Goose mimicking a train in a tunnel to scare other cars out of his old railroad tunnel is very similar to Shaggy and Scooby's own train imitation in a mine tunnel to trap the Miner '49er.
Finn McMissile is transported to the oilfield by the Northwestern, one of the crabbing boats from Deadliest Catch. The boat is voiced by Northwestern's captain, Sig Hansen.
In Paris, there's a brief glimpse of a restaurant called "Gastow's." Gusteau's was the restaurant in Ratatouille.