Grown Ups 2 (2013)
Lenny says that Eric "wasn't exactly Captain Courageous when we were growing up."
Lenny says, "I don't need no stinkin' ballet teacher!"
Referenced in Bumpty's rap song
Eric's mom watches "Days of Our Lives" with him.
Malcolm refers to Lenny and his friends as "Hollywood and the Squares."
Kurt says that Bumpty's mom looks like a "black Muppet."
Eric compares Donna to R2D2.
Officer Fluzoo says, "Can you dig it?!"
Lenny refers to Officer Dante as "Magnum, P.U."
Kyle dresses up as Indiana Jones.
A group of party guests dresses up as Smurfs.
Two party guests dress up as Mario and Luigi.
Greg dresses up as Joel Goodsen.
The cops dress up as Crockett and Tubbs.
Tommy dresses up as the Terminator.
Lenny refers to Marcus as "Crocodile Dundee."
Dickie dresses up as Maverick.
Frat boy Andy flips off the car just like sharkboy did, same actor but grown up
Kurt says that the bully is "like white Precious."
Salma Hayek mentions that she is working on the film
David Spade says he was filming the movie this summer
title is mentioned
The film was talking about the the trailer was shown.
Luke mentions Grown Ups 2 to Adam Sandler, a movie Cameron Boyce and Sandler star in
Film Brain mentions that Grown Ups unfortunately got a sequel
also written by Fred Wolf
Jay mentions that this movie comes out this weekend.
Adam Sandler is interviewed about the film
movie is reviewed
"I should have done an '80s equivalent of Grown Ups 2."
AniMat mentions that Sony's Grown Ups 2 made more money than Pacific Rim.
Brian puts this film at #2.
"Lucky they don't have Adam Sandler to ride in a deer and piss on her face."
DVD cover is shown
AniMat says Cloudy's animation is "only appealing to those who enjoy the recent Happy Madison films."
Mention in the Weekend Update by Bobby Moynihan
Chris Rock mentions his earlier film
"This is just like Grown Ups 2, only without Kevin James'' sweet ass."
Adam Sandler introduces a clip from his film
a clip from the film starring David Spade is shown
Movie reviewed in this episode.
movie is partially reviewed
said to be among Sandler's weaker films