City Slickers (1991)
The "Bonanza" theme is sung when the herd is brought home.
advertised outside Grauman's Theatre as Brenda and Andrea show Mr. Suter the sights
Announced as nominee. Winner as Best Supporting Actor.
Referenced during the "Mr. Saturday Night" review.
Mentioned by Hank and Larry
Billy Crystal appears, dressed as Mitch Robbins.
Seen on video store shelf in 'Video Review'
Referenced during the "City Slickers" review.
Ca. 20 minutes into the film there is a VHS cover of the film visible in Jack's new video store.
Beavis and Butt-Head discuss this movie.
In the PS1 version, during the bonus level set in the old west, the tune that plays uses elements of the movie's theme. Also, there's a stampede loosely inspired by the one from the movie.
VHS tape in Newman's apartment
There is a character in this movie that acts, looks, and even has the same name as a person in "City Slickers". The character's name is Cookie.
Crypto says to Milenkov, "I fart bigger than you!"
Discusses process of writing the movie.
When Billy Crystal has a go at playing cricket, reporter Liam Bartlett refers to him putting on a box to protect his family jewels as his City Slickers moment.
Danny says, "Billy Crystal did it in City Slickers"
Subject of a $500 question
Subject of a $200 clue in the category "Scene & Herd"
mentioned in dialogue
Title used in Movie Mashup game.
Mentioned among the three movies Leslie watched the same day she first saw Silence of the Lambs in 1991.
Mentioned in dialogue by Kevin Ryan.
title mentioned by Adnad Virk
A copy of the movie can be seen
Carol tells Phil about the "finding your smile" part of the movie.
Mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned by Damon Lindelof.
Sara mentions that she watched "When Harry Met Sally..." for 48 hours straight and "City Slickers" for the next 72 after her dad died because he looked like Billy Crystal.
a movie that better showcases Stern's talents
"I crap countries bigger than yours."
Billy Crystal says he isn't just some "city slicker".
Clips are shown in the teaser for the next week's show.
Clip shown in 'Best performance by Animals' and quotes montage
This film is #86 on the list.
This film is featured in this episode.
Clip from film is used in this episode.
Clips shown to show Jake Gyllanhaal's early movie career
clips shown - section: "Archivos Secretos"
Spoofed as "City Schtickers"
the film is a Westworld narrative where Mitch and Paul are malfunctioning hosts