The China Syndrome (1979)
Title and plot.
Mentioned in the monologue
Title mentioned during Bill Murray's Oscar predictions
Poster is shown in a theater.
Title seen on movie theater marquee.
Shown on movie marquee
Poster for "The China Syndrome" seen in movie theater lobby.
Mentioned in dialogue
The film is mentioned by name.
The close up of Goddell's vibrating coffee cup is replicated with two glasses of water when the T-Rex approaches.
The newsroom agrees to use the movie to promote the news about the possible nuclear plant meltdown.
Mentioned on Sprockets
Homer tells the FBI agents that Mr. Burns has kept him on at the plant despite his causing three meltdowns and "a China syndrome".
During the Sheen vs. Douglas match, Michael Douglas mentions the film in his list of films for which his family has been responsible.
Mentioned by Oliver Stone.
Beth mentions that the campers in one bunk want to watch the movie again
Referenced by name multiple times
A poster for the movie is seen on Newton's bedroom wall.
mentioned in documentary
Mentioned by 'Sharon Stone'
correct response in "Jane Fonda Film Roles" category
Chinese shop is called "The China Syndrome"
Jeremy mentions Jack Lemmon being in it
Mentioned by name
title listed under Jane Fonda's name
Scott brings up this film when Sally mentions the game based on the film.
DVD is shown in a video store.
Roger refers to the film as depicting a woman taking charge
Movie is mentioned; poster shown
A clip is shown.
This film is #94 on the list.
a clip is shown in a montage of Jane Fonda films
Video clips shown.
Spoofed in The Pepsi Syndrome
Film's title is a takeoff on the mainstream film's title.
A nuclear technician does what seems to be an impression of Jack Lemmon from the movie. Also, the entire plot is inspired by the movie.