Demolition Man (1993)
The video game is based on the film.
This is a Super NES/Sega Genesis/Sega CD game based on the film.
Simon Phoenix says, "this is the future, where are all the phaser guns?" 45:11
Phoenix calls Cocteau the evil Mister Rogers.
Simon Phoenix says to the kiosk at 24:50, "Come on HAL, where are the guns?"
Food, Glorious Food
Both Barbarella & Phoenix get their weapons from a Museum.
Phoenix mentions it
Benjamin Bratt's character is named Alfredo García
Opening theme is played when John Spartan and Lenina Huxley are about to have "sex"
John Spartan tells a character: "Hey Luke Skywalker, use the Force!"
Rambo is mentioned, also another film staring Sylvester Stallone
Simon Phoenix tells John Spartan "say hello to my little friend!" at 1:33:02 during a car chase scene
Joker action figure in Huxley's office.
Poster is in Huxley's office
One of the Sylvester Stallone films mentioned by Crow
Huxley says to Garcia, "I knew you'd say that." This was one of Stallone's repeated lines in "Judge Dredd" (1995), also a movie where he fights an escaped nemesis in a futuristic society.
Anti-hero controversial cop is released to chase a really nasty villain.
The Wesley Snipes caricature on Slappy's plane is dressed up as Simon Phoenix.
Referenced during the "Excess Baggage" review.
poster visible in background
correct response in "Sandra Bullock Movies" category
The narrator says that Sadie Frist turned down a role in this film.
Virgil enthuses about his successful cryogenics experiments, "Demolition Man could turn out to be a real-life scenario."
The name "Lenina Huxley" can be seen on the list. It was the name of Sandra Bullock's character in that movie, also written by Daniel Waters
Arnold Schwarzenegger as president of the United States
An eye is violently used for an unauthorized "retinal scan".
Film Brain claims a scene in Transmorphers is ripping off this movie
Referenced during Denis Leary's interview.
When Van Dam's character says he learned to fight watching Jackie Chan movies; Sandra Bullock's character said the same.
Achievement called "Demolition Woman".
Film Brain remarks this as one of a few Stallone movies he enjoys
Stallone's early '90s action success is recalled
When Trench walks out of the Church, Mr. Church asks Barney about Trench's problem, and Barney answers "He wants to be President." Schwarzenegger was president in Demolition Man.
Appears on the list of Blu-ray releases of December/January
Sylvester Stallone refer to as Demolition Man.
There is an achievement titled "Demolition Man "
another Wesley Snipes film
When Stallone tosses the head of villain on the ground he says "heads up" which was his line in Demolition Man when killing Wesley Snipes's character
Mentioned by Mike.
mentioned once/poster shown
Keegan Michael Key mentions seeing Sandra Bullock in the film
Video case is shown.
Sylvester Stallone, while talking to Wesley Snipes, threatens to "smash him into pieces," which is exactly what he does in Demolition Man.
DVD case in Hyper Fangirl's abode.
Mentioned by narrator
The android who comes to guide Jupiter through the bureaucracy is "Advocate Bob," referencing Glenn Shadix' role as "Associate Bob."
Futuristic society where profanity, physical contact and paperwork (fines/work-orders) are eschewed by the characters
"Heads up" quip used during a decapitation
Mentioned by name
Critic points out how all futuristic cities rip off the city from Blade Runner
Laird asks Adam if he has seen the film.
movie is referenced
The movie is the main topic of the episode.
Clips are shown for the review. Thumbs down from Siskel; thumb up from Ebert.
A clip is shown.
Excerpts appear in the film.
Jesse Ventura slays the villain
movie is reviewed
Clip is seen
"Stallone knitted a sweater."
movie is reviewed
Mentioned by Johnny Valda and a short clip was shown.
movie clip is shown
The unfreezing process Austin Powers undergoes is a spoof of the unfreezing process Stallone went through.