The main characters sing "New York, New York."
The theme music is heard when Marty is catapulted into the air.
When driving, Marty says "Move over, Miss Daisy!"
Escape strategy spoofed
Mentioned as an upcoming DreamWorks animated film.
Mentioned as an upcoming 2012 animated film.
mentioned by Tosh
movie is reviewed
Fake headline says that "Madagascar" reminds people to be mad about the gas they have to put in their car
The announcer mentions the movie by name.
Ice Age 4 does close-up shots for a 3D effect in a way like this film does.
seen on sign at Blockbuster
Jake puts this film at #4.
Marty was briefly seen underwater wearing the Afro Circus wig in the Life of Rhyme skit.
A film in the Madagascar franchise.
Nancy mentions this movie by name as Madagascar 3
The beginning features footage from the previous movie of the Penguins' leaving for Monte Carlo.
Martin Short introduces a clip from his film
Reviewed, clips shown.
The film was reviewed; the trailer was shown.
Fifth worst animated film of 2012.
AniMat considers the third Madagascar film to be okay. Clip shown.
The penguins car is full of James Bond style gadgets, and takes out two of the perusing officers by deploying an oil slick,
Captain DuBois and her men drive scooters with extra lights and mirrors resembling mods' subculture depicted in Quadrophenia
Captain Dubois appears on her scooter from behind the flames of the exploded car just like the terminator on his motorcycle, after the exloding building.
Captain Dubois dodges projectiles in the classic "Bullet Time" style from the Matrix. In addition, the monkeys' banana gun is shot from below with a wealth of peels spilling down toward the camera in a direct shot recreation of the shells falling from the helicopter in a later scene in the Matrix.
Captain DuBois hangs on a rope hanging from a plain (and get cut), the same way Mrs. Tweedy on the final escape scene.
The crates in the final scene are in the exact same positions as the ones in the first movie.
Episode when Chantel DuBois runs through the walls.
Dubois uses the same song to wake her henchmen as is used in the movie Inception to wake the characters from dreams.
Outtagascar is a spoof of this movie.