Footage from this movie is used.
The Nazis rise to power is chronicled against the backdrop of the decadent world of the Weimar Republic.
Mentioned during Sonny & Cher's banter
When Hedley knocks on her door, Lili von Shtupp replies with "Wilkommen, bienvenue, welcome," a reference to the film's first song.
Mike sings Life Is a Cabaret from this film
The costumes in the floor show are identical as ones in a scene from Cabaret
The re-creation of the "Portrait of Journalist, Sylvia Von Harden" painting during the opening cabaret scene, as well as numerous other visual cues and references.
Joel Grey sings "Wilkommen" from this film
Barbara: You're in one of your unbearable "life is a cabaret" moods.
Newman asks Donovan: Why is it always 'Live is a Cabaret'?
Mentioned during conversation
Referenced by Mork
Liza Minelli (Cheri Steinkellner) alludes to it.
Luisa performs as Liza Minnelli.
At the Queen's Ball, the second song is Willkommen.
Stills shown & discussed
A character mentions a list of films as part of his speech, including this one
Referenced in 'White Like Me'
the four gangster rats dance number, etc. - one of them looks like Minelli in Cabaret
Shelley ridicules Liza Minelli, makes numerous references to the film and sings the title song.
Shelley sings "Cabaret."
Movie poster seen in the flashback at the start of the film
"Life is a Cabaret" was briefly sang during one musical number.
Money Makes the World Go Around lyrics quoted by John Altman and the Wolves.
Mike: "Mr. Rogers, in 'Cabaret'"
suspect's boyfriend says "life is a cabernet", similar to the song lyric "Life is a Cabaret"
The font used for Pulp Fiction's production company credits is taken from Cabaret's opening credit font.
Original play's title is shown on a theater marquee.
Seen on a theater marquee
Tony Conneca dresses as Liza Minnelli's character Sally Bowles and uses the pseudonym "Liza" while the cabaret manager refers to the song "New York, New York."
When she meets Liza Minelli, Fran recites lyrics of songs from the movie.
Tom (singing): "Tomorrow belongs to me."
Hank sings a theme from the movie
"Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome..."
Referenced in White Like Me
A woman trips on magic mushrooms and becomes convinced Jane is Liza Minnelli.
Album held up by man assaulted by Hete-Roy
Nile references the title song.
When the character of Liza Minelli appears, she says "Life is a cabaret" a reference to this movie she starred in.
Mike: "Let's sneak out for some 'Cabaret.'"
Sookie suggests they sing the money song as Liza and Joel Grey when she is told that Lorelai the First wants to give Rory her trust fund.
They talk about this show.
song Mein Herr
Referenced by name
Mentioned by Tom Mankiewicz.
Francis says, "What kind of a piano player doesn't know the music to 'Cabaret'?"
"Mein Herr" sang at nightclub in outfit Liza wears in the movie
Poster is on wall.
Emmett says he knows what comes from "too much pills and liquor", referencing the film's title song.
Charleen and Susana watch this movie (offscreen except for the Spanish dubbed track) and the VHS box can be seen.
Bubble: "Life is a Cabaret."
Finch mentions it.
the featuring of "Maybe This Time" and "Cabaret"
The third time Brendan visits Kara in her theater dressing room she is dressed in Liza Minnelli's Sally Bowles costume from 'Cabaret' (black tights and bowler hat). She also performs part of Liza's dance from 'Mein Herr', seated backwards on a chair, she swings her leg over the chair back.
Film artwork is shown in a newspaper.
person who looks like Joel Grey's character says that his party is called the Kit-Kat Club
James gets this DVD as a Christmas present
Beverly is dressed as Liza from this movie
Lorelai mentions Christopher Isherwood and his revenue from the film.
Michael quotes the Master of Ceremonies while welcoming everyone to casino night.
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
Referenced by name
Toni says "Wilkommen, bienvenue, I'm your Master of Ceremonies, leave your troubles outside and welcome to cabaret!"
One of the couples dances to music from this movie.
playing at the movie theater
"Life is a Cabaret ol' chum."
Poster of Eva as Sally Bowles at the Malaria Community Theater
Referenced by name.
Roger sings and dances to the song "Mein Herr" from "Cabaret" to show he's German.
Jessica McNamee and Stefano Olivieri dance their Quickstep to the title song from Cabaret.
Liza Minelli as Sally Bowles is seen at the audition; a song is introduced by Joel Grey's "Master of Ceremonies" character.
Rachel tries out for a role in "Cabaret."
Rachel performs the title song.
The judges refer to the film after Kelly's dance to the title song
Banks mentions a Cabaret like Halloween Party
Liza sings Life is a Cabaret.
Dave calls Yvonne Liza Minelli after she sings the song Cabaret.
Referenced by Brooke Shields
Honorable mention for the top movie musicals
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Directors & Their Films"
Alexis' number with the two girls alludes to Emcee's "Two Ladies" number.
Castor's mannerisms, as he introduces himself to Sam, are like those of the Master of Ceremonies from this film.
"Money" song scene re-enacted by Jirí Korn and Daniela Sinkorová.
Referenced by Leslie Pollock
Title referenced by Dave Attell
Michelle performs a song from the musical.
Stephen refers to the film.
It is mentioned in a magazine article.
Mentioned to highlight the sex life in Berlin during the 1920s
Some of Elspeth's moves in the song, 'Corporate Bitch", emulate those of Sally Bowles.
Gary says "Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome!" to Sam.
Title is referenced
The band's name, Spandau Ballet, is said to have a touch of it.
Mentioned in dialogue
mentioned once & poster shown
"Adolf Eichmann-Liza Minnelli impersonator" comment
The "Flying Liza" is dressed up like Sally Bowles.
Mentioned in dialogue
Leslie Odom Jr. mentions the Joel Grey movie
Ben is asked a question about who played Sally Bowles in the movie during his Cash Builder round.
The film's song "Maybe This Time" is performed.
Syd mentions the movie by name.
Joel Grey talks about his Oscar-winning performance
Mein Herr performance was re-enacted by Ivana Chýlková and Ondrej Sokol
Closing soundtrack is "Tomorrow Belongs to Me" sung by Nazi youth in Cabaret
A poster can be seen on the girls living-room wall.
Mentioned in dialogue during the club scene
During "Be Our Guest" Lumiere's dance moves (and the music) resemble choreography from the Bob Fosse musical.
Servo: "Tomorrow belongs to me..."
Title mentioned in Celebrity Family Fued: Time Travel Edition.
At the beginning and end of her number, Bubble is dressed as Sally Bowles.
Referenced in "Duet"
Alex and Claire go to a house party and the door is opened by the MC character from the film.
Lara says Herr Starr's new hat looks "quite cabaret" and Hoover adds he thought the same and mentions Liza Minnelli's role.
The characters, looking at the apparent body of Lucille Austero (Liza Minnelli), mention she looks like Judy Garland, Minnelli's actual mother. They also mention she's "The happiest corpse they've ever seen," which is a quote from a song in "Cabaret," a film Minnelli won Best Actress Oscar for in 1973. The episode closes with the title tune from "Cabaret."
The making of this movie is part of the plot of this episode.
The editing of this movie is part of the plot of this episode.
The episode opens at the premiere of this film.
Referenced in "Song Styles"
brief clip of Liza Minnelli in opening credits
Minelli unsuccessfully tries to seduce York.
Clips are shown
Liza Minnelli's theme song is heard on radio
Cabaret is #18.
Features a clip of Joel Grey singing "Wilkommen".
The musical number 'Wilkommen' from the movie is shown.
The musical number 'Wilkommen' is shown.
A clip is shown.
Cabaret is #63.
clip(s) shown, film discussed
Fragment showed during the end
clip(s) shown, film discussed
"Two Ladies" takes #2
discusion on ideology
Movie reviewed in this episode.
clips from the Best Actress winner are shown
Clips seen and discussed
Clip shown. Mentioned by Joan Jett.
Featured in Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor montage.
Moe's film is a parody of this film.
Sam dresses like Sally and dances to a song about STDs
Gwen sits on a chair backward dressed like Liza in this movie
the musical scene
Drag queen dresses like Liza Minnelli as Sally Bowles
"Es bello vivir" contains a sketch about "Cabaret"
Liza Minelli in her Cabaret outfit is fired
The famous "chair" moment from the Mein Herr number is re-enacted during the Gordon flashback montage.
Álex Forriols performed a parody version of the song "Money, Money".
Spoofed in "Hollywood Director"