Airplane II: The Sequel (1982)
Theme song used.
References HAL from 2001 throughout.
Video box seen at video store.
Robert Hays reminds people he was in it.
The space shuttle that Marshal Dix takes to Vegan is owned by Pan Universe Airlines, the same company that owned the Mayflower 1 shuttle in Airplane II: The Sequel (1982).
Poster for this movie is shown
Referenced by name
clip included in documentary
People at the Alcoholics Anonymous meeting panic when they run out of coffee.
Smiling face appears on computer/robot display after sex is being implied/suggested on it.
Jo says, "Oh, honey. Surely you don't want that," and Michael replies, "I surely do, and don't call me 'honey,'" then incorrectly references it to "Airplane II."
Steve and Roger watch this film.
mentioned in dialogue
title visible on one of the Chances' video tapes
Billboard ad seen
Screenplay fed into computer
"In the tradition of God's Not Dead, Old Fashioned, War Room and Airplane II: The Sequel..."
A clip of the peasants storming the cathedral with a battering ram is shown
A clip is shown
The #7 pick.
Buck Murdock giving insane requests
Murdock going crazy over the beeping and flashing lights
A fragment is shown.
fight scene is shown
A clip from the movie is used
Ted Striker looks out the port window and sees the two crewmembers floating in space. He turns to his seat partner and says, "Did you see that?" " What?" she says. "There's two crewmembers out there look!" The bodies are gone. "I'm afraid there's nothing out there but empty space." the woman says. This spoofs the Twilight episode "Terror at 20,000 Feet."
As Ted Striker tries to talk Sonny Bono out of setting off the suitcase bomb, his lines are taken almost word for word from Dean Martin's similiar speech to Van Heflin in Airport.