Mentioned in the monologue
While flying in a helicopter, Arabella asks Murphy "Hey, Airwolf, where the hell are we going?".
Tom: "'Airwolf' meets 'Doctor Zhivago'"
Servo: I think it's called Airwolf.
Featured on a collectible lunchbox.
Tony cites it as the source of his alias Stringfellow
This show is one of the squares on the network schedule board.
Referenced by name
Tonya wants to watch this show
Gus gets his Airwolf jacket back from Shawn.
Theme tune played when Clarkson is seen driving his Fiat Uno
"La Rivista Della Televisione"
The theme song is played as a helicopter takes off.
DiNozzo mentions Stringfellow Hawke.
Mentioned by Sophia at the kitchen table.
Bryan Cranston mentions that he first met his wife when they both appeared on the show
Mentioned when discussing the fictional town of Santa Mira.
Title mentioned by Dave Attell
mentioned in dialogue
Sue Perkins mentions the show when talking about Jan-Michael Vincent
title visible on one of the Chances' video tapes
This television series is referred to by Tom Savini in relation to the passing away of stuntman Reid Rendell.
Bill: "The part of the Sharknado will now be played by the helicopter from 'Airwolf'."
Blade Ranger is partially modeled after the helicopter from this show.
Ray mentions show by name.
After Grandma turns into an owl, the "Too Many Cooks" title that follows has text done in the style similar to that of the Airwolf title.
TV show is mentioned
Mentioned when discussing Donald Bellisario.
referenced in clue in "TV Shows That Debuted in 1984" category
Theme tune hummed in reference to Jan-Michael Vincent.
One of Fall Out Boy's vehicle forms resembles the title helicopter
Features clips from
Scenes from this TV show are featured during the segment with Ernest Borgnine.
A clip of this TV series is shown at the beginning of the episode.
The "Custodians of the Chronology" intro is in the same fashion as the Airwolf TV series.