Remington Steele (1982–1987)
Supercut of puns from the series.
The poster for this classic film is one of four that are framed and hung on the apartment wall of Remington Steele (Pierce Brosnan) in various episodes of the television series "Remington Steele" (1982-1987). The other three posters are Hotel Imperial (1939), Casablanca (1942), and Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious (1946).
Mentioned by Johnny as he introduces Stephanie Zimbalist
Part of the "TV Stars" segment
Johnny displays various T-shirts with NBC series logos
Joel: "Wasn't this a 'Remington Steele' episode?"
Fran, suffering from amnesia, believes Maxwell stars in the show.
Maxwell mentions the show in reference to a lady's shaver.
Kevin wants to be called Remington after Remington Steele
Pierce Brosnan is referred to as "Remington Steele"
Referenced on Weekend Update
In reference to Pierce Brosan who was originally going to be James Bond in this film
Marge talks about Pierce Brosnan being in this show.
Valerie mentions the time she played Remington Steele's godchild.
Peter asks "Who's the chick from Remington Steele?"
title character referenced in correct response in "Before & After" category
book titled "Remington Steals"
When the hooker learns his name is Remington she says "like the TV show".
a video game version of the show is seen
Chris Steele based his new last name off of Remington Steele.
Mentioned by name.
recalling Pierce Brosnan's television career
mentioned by Peter
"Remington Steele was James Bond?!"
On the list she makes, Luli writes in the "pro" column, that she could "Be like that girl from 'Remington Steele'".
mentioned by Nolan
Melanie says she loved this show
Mentioned by Jimmy
Pierce Brosnan talks about losing the James Bond role in 1986 because of the un-cancellation of his series
Mentioned by name.
Jules thinks Pierce Brosnan is in Hart to Hart but Brockmire corrects her
Marge: "I feel like Mrs. Remington Steele."
Mentioned in dialog. Remington Steele (1982) centers on the eponymously "face" of the Detective Agency, portrayed by Pierce Brosnan, and his partnership with Laura Holt (Stephanie Zimbalist).
Clips from the television series are shown while the cast comment on it.
Clips featured as part of Mary Tyler Moore tribute.
Number 37 in the Countdown
Porn parody of TV detective series.
One of the Pittsburgh factories is called "Remington Steel."
a skilled woman hires a man to pretend he's doing her work