Tank Girl (1995)
Tank Girl mocks Kesslee with the words "I'm melting, I'm melting". A drawing also shows Tank Girl in a Dorothy-like outfit with a dog by her side.
In the film, Tank Girl says "To the Batcave!", clearly a reference to the camp 1960s TV version of Batman.
One of Tank Girls outfits includes a bowler hat and long eyelashes.
They use the "Water and Power" company name. This could have been a direct reference as they both are corrupt and stealing water in times of drought
Tank Girl calls one of the kangaroo mutants Elephant Man
In this episode, one of the renegade Klingons dies from injuries received during a battle. As he took his final breaths, his fellow Klingons looked up in the air and howled. The same thing happened in Tank Girl. As one of the Rippers died, the other Rippers looked up and howled just like in the Star Trek episode.
Tank Girl says to one of the guards "What time is it? I don't want to miss Baywatch".
Lisa refers to Tori as "Tank Girl."
Title mentioned during Weekend Update
The refer to Jamie Hewlitt as "Tank Girl creator" and show pictures from it.
Referenced during Ice T's interview.
poster in store
The first shots of Jeeps driving through the desert features the same instrumentation as the first shot of Tank Girl riding through the desert in the film.
Steve says "that girl who played Tank Girl" wants his fake tickets to "Battlestar Galactica On Ice", referring to Lori Petty
The breastplates of raider ordinance armor's female counterpart, which are missile-shaped, are similar to the one Tank Girl wears
Garcia is talking with Lynch about this movie.
Referenced among bad comic book movies
"Yeah, well, you messed up Tank Girl"
Ramona dresses like Tank Girl
Snob mentions it. Also, poster is shown.
Mentioned during Breckin Meyer Interview
mentioned when discussing bad movies with a female protagonist
Poster is shown.
"She said this is more embarrassing than when she played Tank Girl."
Sadie refers to the film.
Young Bubblegum rides a yak is the same way how Tank Girl ride to get stuff.
A poster of the movie is shown.
Seen on the TV inside Tank Girl's tank as she approaches the weapons truck.
One of their picks.
Reviewed, clips shown.
Screenplay Cliché segment.
takes #5 spot
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his portrait of Dark Horse Comics + clip shown
Kesslee is #9.
Tank Girl sneaks around in the garage to the sound of the theme from Shaft.
Tank Girl taunts a Water & Power soldier who can't shoot her by saying you "can't shoot worth a shit" & then kills him with an arrow