Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011)
Cal Weaver says he's not related to McCloud's Dennis Weaver
Jacob mentions the show
Jacob mentions the film
Cal says Jacob has "Miyagi'd" him, and Jacob responds with the nose-honk gesture from part 2.
Jacob and Hannah recreate the classic dance move.
Hannah says she taped the film
Emily say she saw the new Twilight Movie
The Scarlet Letter, Emma Stone
Title mentioned while introducing Steve Carell, Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling
Lynda says Steve Carel will star in "Crazy, Stupid, Love"
Trailer is mentioned.
Steve Carell is chosing the poster for this movie
Steve Carell shows up on stage during the monologue and says he is not there to talk about his movie that opens today, but rather to play "Oprah" by giving all the audience members tickets to a screening of the film
movie is reviewed
Title mentioned while introducing Ryan Gosling
Jay mentions that Ryan Gosling is in the film
Movie plugged by Conan near the end of Marisa Tomei's interview
Referenced by Emma Stone in the opening monologue
Participants mention the movie
Advertised on a marquee.
mentioned among movies seen this year
The round table talks about the scene where Ryan Gosling takes off his shirt.
Jay mentions that Julianne Moore was in the film
Dan Cummins says that Ryan Gosling used Patrick Swayze's "lift" move from "Dirty Dancing" in the film
Jay mentions that Steve Carell was in the film
Mentioned by Rachel.
Mentioned by Rachel.
Mentioned by Graham when introducing Ryan Gosling; mentioned by a woman in the Red Chair
Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling talk about filming the Dirty Dancing (1987) scene in this movie
movie poster appears when Jay says Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone have no quemistry in La La Land
Emma Stone introduces a clip from her film
Clip shown to introduce Emma Stone
clips are shown as Christy and Ignatiy review the film
Movie reviewed in this episode.
Clip shown during Steve Carell's try out appearance
Cip shown in montage of Emma Stone films
Clip included in montage of Marisa Tomei films
Clip included in montage of Emma Stone films
Crazy, Stupid, LOLcats is a spoof of this movie.