Hawaii Five-0 (2010– )
Promoted verbally during interview with Daniel Dae Kim, no clips.
Jay says the Chilean miners were confused about how long they were underground when they found out that "Hawaii Five-O" was still on the air
the show is announced as winning Favorite New TV Drama
Poster seen when Dylan goes to visit his father
The team asks Kensi about her trip to Hawaii. She appeared in an episode of Hawaii 5-0
Referenced by Seth on Weekend Update
Mentioned in dialogue between Kelly and Daniel.
Jay mentions that the show is a remake
Danny Williams and Chin Ho Kelly come to Los Angeles to help the NCIS Los Angeles team track down a suspect carrying a deadly virus in a two-part crossover with NCIS: Los Angeles (2009) that begins on Hawaii Five-0: Pa Make Loa (2012).
Referring to shows being revived, Jay says that "Hawaii Five-O" is back
Jay mentions that the show is a remake of the original
Jay mentions that the networks are remaking TV shows such as "Hawaii Five-O"
Ben and Leslie give Tom an autographed photo of his "personal hero," Scott Caan from "Hawaii Five-0."
TV series is referenced by Caroline.
title shown on screen when Kelly Hu is shown
mentioned by Marina
Mention by Master Shake.
Jay mentions that the show is a remake of the old show
commercial seen on TV
Referenced by RuPaul during the Runway segment.
In his opening monologue, Jimmy mentions that CBS is being sued for copyright infringement for using the original series' theme song in the reboot
The reboot is mentioned in the Back in My Day segment
Mentioned during the discussion by Sasha Perl-Raver.
MacGyver meets Chin Ho and Kono in Hawaii.
Clip shown during Kevin O'Sullivan's TV review segment.
clips are shown as a fake version of the theme song with lyrics is played
Altered clip of the opening sequence, inserting Osama bin Laden's body washed up on the beach
Clip edited into news report on upcoming series "The Playboy Club"
A clip of the show featuring guest Scott Caan is shown.
President Obama's Hawaiian vacation is shown packaged into a spoof of the show's credits titled "Hawaii Five O-Bama"
Spoofed in the CBS crime drama ad