Footage used in title sequence and flashback sequence ("Let's go back and back and back...")
George says "Hey, it's a thingie! A fiendish thingie!" , a deliberate misquote of Dr. Watson saying "A finger! A human finger!"
Scene quoted by Davy
The poster of the film is put on the wall in the street
Old Fred says "Won't you please, please help me"
Ringo reminds Jeremy Lloyd that they were both in this movie
Trying to give them a clue that he's in peril, Peter Platter tells The Bugaloos that Benita Bizarre is going to perform his favorite Beatles song, "You know, the one they did in their second movie."
stills from the film are shown
A poster can be seen at Kevin's room.
Poster visible on wall back stage
Behind the scenes footage show
Referenced by name
Referenced by name
Referenced by title
Pushpop's shouting of "Kalili!" is an homage to Richard Lester's film, which uses the phrases frequently.
incorrect response in "Premiere" category
Referenced in the "Money makes the world go round" Music Video.
June Brimmer says she really likes the Beatles' second movie.
Mentioned in Marcelo's movie play
Character eats scrap of paper with secret message
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "The Beatles"
"Help..." Mike: "I need somebody."
John Lennon says "Help"
Multiple imitations of the Beatles classic film. The band even sings a cover of the theme song
DVD is shown.
Mentioned and poster shown in the history of Superman segment
Mentioned in dialogue.
The working title of Help! was "Eight Arms to Hold You".
References the film's working title.
Kalkofe calls "Spiceworld" the greatest mockumentary since "A Hard Day's Night" or "Help"
One of the Video Picks of the Week.
Beatles compared in color to black and white
Clips shown during "Band on the Run".
Clips used as archive footage
Clips are shown
Several clips are shown.
Clip shown for Roeper's video pick.
clip from trailer shown
Samuel is watching the film on his phone in a car
movie and songs are reviewed
Footage is included.
Rock Star Pursuit gets an honorable mention.
Smaller than a Beetle gets an honorable mention.
Don Shula, like Ringo, has his hand pulled into a mailbox because of a ring.
Title reference, as the working title for Help! was "Eight Arms to Hold You"
Spoofed in "Ouch!"