Rise of the Guardians (2012)
Santa Claus' tattoos Nice and Naughty
The main character, Peter Cottontail, is mentioned in dialog.
When little Bunny runs under the car and turns back into his Guardian form, the music score changes to Superman.
Jack mistaking the Easter Bunny for a kangaroo references Dot's line 'Whoever heard of the Easter Kangaroo?' when reminding Funny-Bunny why he is better off being a rabbit.
When the Easter Bunny says "You call that a bag of choppers? Now that's a bag of choppers!", he is referencing the famous knife scene from the movie.
a bit of the score is heard when "dream dinosaurs" walk by
The big stuffed unicorn can be spotted in the corner of Cupcake's room.
Mentioned as an upcoming DreamWorks animated film, the titled "The Guardians of Childhood".
Mentioned as an upcoming 2012 animated film.
Chris Pine mentions that he is in the forthcoming animated film
The film of this episode's topic.
North is visited by various groups of "Guardians".
AniMat considers Epic to be the spiritual successor of this film.
Jack Frost was one of the Jacks that were left.
Mentioned as a DreamWorks animated film produced by Guillermo del Toro, the producer of The Book of Life.
Smeghead mentions it.
The film was referenced; the trailer was shown.
Movie reviewed in this episode.
Reviewed, clips shown.
Third best animated film of 2012.
Russian Santa takes #10
The walking Easter eggs in this movie are a parody of the character Sheldon Egg from the U.S. Acres segments.