Risky Business (1983)
a clock runs backwards: while Freder is working in the machine-room, and while Joel is waiting for class to end
When Joel revs the Porsche engine at the girls in front of the movie theater, an Annie movie poster can be seen in the background.
poster in record store
Title mentioned by Dr. Ruth on Weekend Update.
A large poster is displayed outside of the studio.
The scene in which Joel dances is referenced.
David mentions having seen the movie
Wesley impersonating Tom Cruise dancing to Old Time Rock and Roll
George mentions Cruise's dancing.
Dr. Craig says to Ebenezer Wright, "This is a risky business but I'm a top gun so we're going to cruise through this."
same music used in love scenes
Video case is shown in a video store.
the sunglasses Corey Feldman wears looks exactly like the one's Tom Cruise wears in that movie.
Referenced during the "Rain Man" review.
Title is a reference.
Referenced during the "Men Don't Leave" review.
Gene Siskel contrasts "House Party" (1990) with this teen movie and one other.
Referenced during the "Backdraft" review.
he video is also a homage to the 1983 film Risky Business, in that the opening scenes of the young man talking to the woman are almost identical to the scenes in the film of Tom Cruise's character talking on the phone to the call girl.
Referenced during the "Guilty as Sin" review.
Daniel/Mrs Doubtfire is vacuuming and sweeping hallway in a similar manner to Tom Cruise's character dancing to 'Old Time Rock and Roll'
Movie is mentioned
Bobby dances down the hallway in his underwear listening to Old Time Rock and Roll and also Luann says she rented an edited verison of this movie from blockbuster.
Mentioned by characters in conversation
Rob's prom costume comes from this film.
Most of the episode is based on this movie. Dawson crashes his father boat and his friend Pacey helps him raise the money to fix it.
Pacey with shades on is inspired by Tom Cruise and Rebecca De Mornay's respective main chaacters from the film to host a strip joint within Dawson's to work up the money to repair damages. Eve and Dawson also discover the romantic sub-plot of the film, drawing comparisons between their relationship
Doug claims it is the greatest movie ever made
Gribbs dressed as Joel.
Todd reenacts Joel dancing in a shirt and underwear.
Lorelai mentioned this movie, when Rory is packing Lorelai's clothes.
Dexter's father dancing in his underwear while no one is at home is a reference.
Title referenced during cold opening.
mentioned in dialogue
A store in the game is called "Risky Burlesque"
Referenced by name
Michael slides across the floor in a dress shirt and underwear during a music montage.
When Reggie is home alone, she and J.D. recreate the scene where Tom Cruise slides in the hallway in his socks.
Chode dances in his underwear like Tom Cruise
Frank repeatedly listens to the score cue "Love on a Real Train" from the Risky Business soundtrack.
Lorelai and Bo talk about the movie.
referenced in dialogue
References to the lead acting role of Joel Goodson by movie star Tom Cruise
To celebrate the Bluth Company's stock upgrade to "risky," an employee dresses up in a dress shirt and no pants, like Joel Goodsen in "Risky Business."
mentioned by Joey
correct response in "The Roles of Tom Cruise" category
Howard's Tom Cruise dream mentions him "dancing in my underwear"
Barney tries to say that his first time having sex was like a scene from this movie.
Lauren and Andrew watch this movie as inspiration for sex
Behind the scenes shown
Lemon calls call this movie 'Risky It' because it means business.
Grant Denyer mentions this movie before Russell Robertson and Kate Ceberano perform the song Old Time Rock'n'Roll.
T.R. looks at Earl and calls him risky business, on account of his dark glasses.
Tom Cruise dances solo in an empty room in the final scene/closing credits, like his famous dance scene in Risky Business where he dances solo in an empty room (the living room of the character's family home)
When Chuck meets the Duchess, Gossip Girl ponders whether this is Risky Business or strictly business.
Referred to by the kegger at the BuyMore while the manager is away
a boy, left home alone, slides into view dancing in white socks
Listed as one of Joe Pantoliano's credits
Included in a $25,000 question
Referenced in a flashback
While under cover, calling himself Tom Cruise, Sam tells one of the women at the swingers party, "I'm about risky business...with the color of money, and a few good men."
Poster shown in "Shade Tippin'" montage
mentioned and quoted
Ruben mentions the movie by name.
mentioned in dialogue
the "Guitar Hero 5" commercial is inspired by the movie
Mentioned by Luke while talking to Yoda
Jay shows an Internet video of people trying to imitate Tom Cruise sliding across the floor in the movie
Mentioned in dialogue
Girls recreate a scene from the film
Subject of a $7,500 question presented by Joe Pantoliano
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Inside the Actors Studio"
Included in a $10,000 question
DVD cover shown.
Tom Cruise mentions this film
Mentioned in dialogue
Billy wears Ray-Ban sunglasses and a gray jacket "just like Tom Cruise in the movie".
correct response in "Car & Driver" category
cleaning up the house/dropping the vase in slow motion
Kevin Bacon says he auditioned for the film
Ben Bailey says he has been a fan of Tom Cruise since the film
Title mentioned during Car in Reasonably Priced Car segment
mentioned in dialogue
Troy throws out the actors portraying Joel Goodson and his "prostitutes" from his and Abed's apartment.
Rebecca De Mornay's line, "Are you ready for me, Stifler?" is an homage to her line, "Are you ready for me, Ralph?" in Risky Business.
Clemenza mentions sliding across the floor in his underwear like in Risky Business
Melanie mentions Charlie having his Risky Business moment when their parents went to Tahoe.
The phrase "risky business" is used in association with Tom Cruise.
Ben's t-shirt reads "Disc-y Business."
Referenced in the Mars colonization segment
Tommy: "This is Tom Cruise with his daddy's Porsche in 'Risky Business'."
mentioned by Jimmy
Julie re-creates the "Old Time Rock and Roll" scene from the movie.
Referenced by Robby Z.
the boys do a mashup of "Danger Zone" and "Old Time Rock and Roll".
Tom Cruise quotes a line from the film
Greg dresses up as Joel Goodsen.
Referenced by Anthony Crispino on Weekend Update
The narrator mentions the movie by name.
Mentioned in dialogue.
movie is reviewed
mentioned by Marika
Hill strips to his underwear, and slides across his trailer while "Old Time Rock N' Roll" is playing.
Jase Robinson mentions this movie by name
Title, party throw while parents are away.
Mentioned by Adam.
Mentioned by the narrator
James dances to Ol' Time Rock 'n' Roll in the season 4 Easter special
mentioned in dialog
A club named "Risqué Business" is referenced.
Jimmy mentions the title in his monologue, and the saxophone solo of "Old Time Rock and Roll" is played
In Jimmy's opening monologue the saxophone solo of "Old Time Rock and Roll" is played after he remarks about being home alone
Mentioned in dialogue
The movie is mentioned.
Abed says, "I see the real-time stakes of 'Can't Hardly Wait,' the subversive raunch of 'Risky Business,' and the mumbly pointlessness of everything after 2003."
Sam Rockwell says that he used to watch the movie a lot
mentioned by Sam
The song played during the subway scene is the same one played during the train scene in this film.
During the Lip Sync Battle, Tom Cruise slides to the microphone the way he did in the movie to the song "Old Time Rock and Roll"
Referenced numerous times.
Joel Goodsen costume
Both movies feature young men falling in love with prostitutes who then move in with them
Chapter title, "Risky Business."
Josh says, "There's plenty of room to slip and slide around in our socks, like in 'Risky Business.'"
Answer to a question; still shown
Title referenced on Weekend Update by Derek Zoolander & Hansel
When Steve mentions 'All the Right Moves', he says "you know, with your loverboy from Risky Business."
Poster 'Frisky Business' in Marv's office.
Photo of Joe Biden superimposed on still of Joel dancing in the monologue
A still is featured.
Mentioned by Earl.
Quoted and mentioned in dialogue.
"Now to reenact their favorite scene from Risky Business."
a guy at Deidre's party is dressed as Tom Cruise from "Risky Business"
The Ray Ban Wayfarers Steve Harrington wears are the same type made famous by Tom Cruise in Risky Business.
Nancy and Steve dress up as Lana and Joel.
The Snob mentions it.
A VHS copy of this movie is seen in Comic Man's room
Reference in the monologue to the "Old Time Rock and Roll" sequence
Beiroet asks if it would not be better to glance over the sunglasses, like in Risky Business.
Brian and Stewie discuss '80s movies that might have lattice scenes
Smeghead brings it up as a film released around the same time as The Lonely Lady.
Mentioned on the back of the Quigley DVD.
On the subject of Donald Trump and Nancy Pelosi, Seth says, "She's Tom Cruise - he's Risky Business"
The movie is mentioned.
Shandy says he does a full risky business, tighty whities and all
two boys lustfully watch this video on a TV in a shop display window
Clips are shown of various Tom Cruise movies, including this one.
A clip is shown.
Clips shown in a montage of "Teen Sex" films
Clips from the film are shown while the cast comment on it.
Clips are shown
Old Time Rock and Roll is #100.
A clip is shown
Shown on television in Shri's room
Clips shown in a segment on Tom Cruise dancing around the house in a shirt, underwear and socks.
Clips shown in a segment on the song Old Time Rock and Roll.
Clips shown in a segment on Tom Cruise.
Mark Patton mentions it. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
a clip is included in a montage of Tom Cruise films
Brett's #2 Tom Cruise Line
Risky Business is #7.
"Pete Townshed! Risky Business! End of Platoon! Risky Business again!"
Tom Cruise dancing
The dance scene in Risky Business is #3.
Number 39 in the Countdown
The underwear scene with Tom Cruise is #1.
"Old Time Rock and Roll" by Bob Seger is #6.
Footage in the opening theme "Moving Pictures"
Paul Brickman, the director of Risky Business, is #3.
Underpants Dance gets an honorable mention.
Risky Business, which made Tom Cruise a household name, is #5.
Musical montage: guy with technology slides in on floorboards wearing socks - to a hip tune.
Film is a takeoff on the mainstream film from a year earlier.
Spoofed during cold opening
ALF does Tom Cruise's famous dance scene.
Parker says, "The time is right for a little risky business," sliding into view to "Old Time Rock and Roll." He then adds, "I hate that song" and walks off.
the scene where Sean Aston leaps to catch the bowl is identical to a scene featuring Tom Cruise catching a precious crystal egg in Risky Business.
Spoofed as part of the comedy routine in "Tom Cruise: Dress Casual"
Homer dances in his underwear in a parody of a scene from this film.
Doug does the dancing in underwear scene while home alone
Spoofed by Ron Reagan Jr.
Nicolle copies Tom's dance from this movie
Geoffrey lip-syncs and dances in his underwear as "Old Time Rock and Roll" plays in the background.
Niles in dress shirt and underwear lip syncs and dances to "Rock and Roll Music" in the manner of Tom Cruise's character, Joel Goodsen.
spoofed in the "Interview with the Vampire" sequel
Mark does Joel's caught juvenile fan-in-underwear-routine
Al dances in his underwear to Bob Seger's "Old Time Rock and Roll" just like Tom Cruise.
When the women are gone Salem comes out dressed in a white shirt and slides across the floor, parodying Joel's scene in Risky Business.
Mr. James dancing to "I Like That Old Time Rock and Roll" in his underwear.
Kyle dances down the hallway in his underwear and a pair of sun glasses to Old Time Rock and Roll.
The famous dance scene originally performed by Tom Cruise.
Matt dances like Tom Cruise when he stays up late.
guy pressured into princeton, guy has party at parents house while they're away
Johnny is seen dancing in his underwear
Rex says to call him Tom Cruise before performs his version of the air guitar-scene in underwear
President Reagan watches his son Ron imitate Tom Cruise in Risky Business on Saturday Night Live.
Karl is dancing around in his underwear while home alone
Adult movie at store: "Fisty Business"
Tom Cruise's underwear dance is recreated
Logan shows up drunk at an 80s dance, dressed as Tom Cruise in this movie (white shirt, underwear, and sunglasses)
explicitly uses the crystal egg, as such, in a charity sale, and even has it saved from a crashing fall by a last second dive
after he gets a million dollars, the little brother puts on similar sunglasses and smooth-talks everyone like Tom Cruise's character in this movie
in the opening Tom Cruise dream, the main character is in a pool wearing Ray-Bans and surrounded by women
spoof of scene where Joel dances in his underwear
crazy credits: poster "Frisky Business"
Kat reenacts the famous dance slide scene.
At the 9-s party, a random frat guy wears the iconic Tom Cruise sunglasses, dress shirt and underwear
During the closing credits, Tyler is seen mimicking Joel Goodsen's slide across the floor in "Risky Business."
Boba Fett slides out to a musical number in his underwear.
Jaime dances like Tom Cruise
Title spoof and the famous scene where Tom Cruise slides with no pants on is parodied by Dudley where he slides and slips and fails.
Jennifer Knight frequently imitates Joel Goodsen while trying to clean the house
Discord slides and dresses like Tom Cruise in this movie.
Stan's team slides down the hallway while wearing only socks, shirts, and underwear as "Old Time Rock and Roll" plays
One of the respawn animations features your character imitating the "Old Time Rock and Roll" dance
Parodies a scene from Risky Business.
Tom Cruise acts out his film career
In "No Such Luck", Lincoln celebrates his Me Time by sliding into the room and wearing the same attire that Tom Cruise wore in the movie.
Barry lip-syncs and dances in his underwear as "Old Time Rock and Roll" plays in the background.
Episode features a model Porsche that is wrecked just as in the film.
Dave attempts the famous dance scene.
Steve attempts to parody the Dance scene and a song parody of "Old Time Rock n Roll" plays