The Artist (I) (2011)
The opening shot with its special effects references the activation of the robot Maria.
The breakfast scene, showing the breakdown of the marriage, is a direct tribute to an almost identical montage in Citizen Kane.
Constance's sound test, her appearance, George reacting negatively to her speaking voice, reference Lina Lamont's disastrous attempt at sound. Also, George undergoes similar issues as Don Lockwood.
Music from Vertigo used near the end of the film
Christy and Ignatiy's thumb verdicts are shown in the "Now in Theaters" segment
mentioned among movies seen this year
the number 10 of 2011
Jay asks a "Jaywalking" participant when sound films replaced silent films
It being a silent movie is discussed.
Wanda Sykes says she's going to see the film tomorrow night
Ross mentions its Oscar nominations.
Title mentioned during the Conologue
Jay mentions that Jean Dujardin from the film will be on later this week
Jay mentions that Jean Dujardin from the film will be on the show tomorrow
movie is reviewed
The movie is reviewed on "Keeping Up with the Keshishians".
Scene reenacted by Conan and Andy leading up to the Oscars
Title mentoined during Oscar reenactment
Title mentioned during Oscar reenactment
Meredith Vieira says the film was her favorite of the year
Snape discusses the Oscar nominee
Discussion about the film while reviewing the oscar nominees
Chelsea mentions the movie by name.
Title mentioned and joked about during the Conologue
Jay says that John McCain is excited to see that silent films are winning Oscars again
Referenced by Jonah Hill during the opening monologue
A sketch is shown as a silent movie, and except for using the title, has nothing else in common with the movie.
Referenced in the "Piers Morgan Tonight" segment
This film is the inspiration
Kurt explains that the footage of Vocal Adrenaline was in black and white because he worshipped this movie.
Michelle says to Fanny: ''You're very peppy Miller.''
referenced about Jean Dujardin
Cam accidentally punches Uggie during a brawl at a debate. Uggie's identity is later confirmed on the evening news as "America's Favorite Dog from the award-winning film, The Artist"
Scene between Daphné Bürki and Michel Denisot
Title mentioned by Rob Zombie
Mentioned by Kirstie.
Zoe mentions "that guy from 'The Artist'" starring in the movie she wants to see.
Sugar: "We should do 'The Artist' so we don't have to sing."
Mentioned by David Stratton in a discussion on The Past as another movie with Bérénice Bejo.
Title is referenced
"You could go rent a copy of The Artist."
Eric and Patrice try to sell the pitch of this film to Claude Berri's production society (they mention a black-and-white film with a dog).
Mentioned by Harvey Weinstein; also a still is shown
mentioned by Emmett
Mentioned by Danny Leigh when reviewing Shaun the Sheep Movie (2015)
A scene shown in the film
a clip is shown during Chaz Ebert's segment
Clips shown in a segment on movies in competition.
a clip is shown during Chaz Ebert's report from the Cannes Film Festival
clips are shown as Christy and Ignatiy review the film
clips from the film starring Bérénice Bejo are shown
Clips from the film starring Jean Dujardin are shown
Clips shown when this movie is reviewed.
A fragment is shown.
Clips from the film directed by Michel Hazanavicius are shown
Reviewed by deaf director Ted Evans
Movie reviewed in this episode.
La Classe Americiane is a documentary about "The Artist" 's Oscar race in 2012.
Clips of mistakes shown
Clips featured and talked about.
Clips shown when it is revealed that this movie came in at No. 7 in a viewers' poll on the top 10 movies of 2012.
clips of Uggie the dog are the film is shown
Spoofed in the "Les Jeunes de Paris" segment
"Artist Wives" trailer
The Mixed Martial Artist is a spoof of this movie.
The title and style of a silent film
Herb has been locked away after being possessed and killing the entire cast of The Artist.
The episode is a parody on the movie "The Artist"