Movie's theme song plays later after Duke has been ejected from Debbie Reynolds' show, leading to the line, "What kind of rat bastard psychotic would play that song right now, at this moment?"
As Duke steps on the gas to try and flee the pursuing Highway Patrol officer, a slower arrangement of the song from The Blues Brothers "Mall Chase" scene plays.
When Duke wakes up in the second hotel, he has on the same lizard tail used at the end of this film
Psychoactive properties of the pineal gland mentioned in both movies.
Referenced during the "The Opposite of Sex" review.
this is the making-of documentary.
As Homer and Ned drive to Las Vegas, they pass a car heading the opposite direction, with two characters who look like the Ralph Steadman drawing on the poster for this movie.
still photo from the film can be seen
Poster in the background during the beach scene
VHS seen in the video store
Poster featured on refrigerator as protagonist makes cereal
Kai wears the same white Chucks as Raoul Duke
Poster image from this is shown during the "Terry Gilliam's Picture Show" animated sequence.
Achievement "Fear and Loathing"
One of the presenters is dressed like Johnny Depp from Fear and Loathing.
Partially follows the production of this film. In Breakfast With Hunter (in particular, during one candid scene) one can essentially witness the demise of Alex Cox's version of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
At the ending, Grissom says "Fur and loathing in Las Vegas".
When Mort covers the phone with Shooter's hat he also partially covers a book by Hunter S. Thompson. Depp portrayed Thompson in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
The title of Hare and Loathing in Las Vegas (2004) references Fear and Loathing.
Characters talk about seeing polar bears in the game, exactly as they do in the film
The movie is seen in the box of porn
DVD is shown in a store.
The shirt Nancy wears throughout the show
Mission title: "Furon Loathing In Bay City"
Terry Gilliam talks about it.
Before their road trip starts, the characters start listing everything illegal that they have on them, much like the main characters do in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998).
Poster seen in Ben's apartment
Title of the episode references the film's title.
Video case is shown.
The hotel room is torn apart with clues left behind that the characters use to piece together the details of the previous night's partying
siskel & ebert review this movie
Linkara plays the "This is Bat Country" clip when Vicki mentions her dislike of bats.
Brett says the director of "Doctor Parnassus" directed this movie.
Through Credited "Cast", strange Hunter S. Thompson Caricature, bizarreness
"This is, like, a REALLY bad high. In fact, this whole scene looks like the tripped-out bar from "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," doesn't it?"
One main character is dressed in the same clothes and has the same appearance, and is seen driving a convertible in the desert, just like Johnny Depp's character.
The title is an homage to the film and book.
The Knight Jerks talk like Raoul Duke and Dr. Gonzo in several scenes.
When Rango flies from car to car trying to hold on to a smiley face on a bicycle back wheel, he is thrown to land at the windshield of a car that looks exactly the same as Raoul Duke's in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. The driver and passenger of this car might reference Johnny Depp's and Benicio Del Toro's characters in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas..
Walker reprises his character of Raoul Puke, a parody of Raoul Duke from this movie
Johnny Depp's role mentioned
Referenced in dialogue.
detailing Gilliam's film career
Ignatiy mentions that like "The Rum Diary," the film starred Johnny Depp and was based on a book by Hunter S. Thompson
poster in Drew's room
"This isn't Christmastime, this is Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas."
Title referenced by Conan during Shaun White interview
Raoul Puke appears during the middle of the review.
poster in Drew's room
Referenced in dialogue
Poster in Drew's room
Annabel wears a Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas t-shirt multiple times throughout the film.
Talked about during interview.
Fan at convention dressed like Raoul Duke
Discord dresses as Raoul Duke.
"It's Fear and Loathing rules. There's no rules!"
Narrator says 'Fear And Loathing In Los Santos'
Jenny's hallucination and Roger's personality are references to this film.
"And is this now Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas?"
"We mustn't stop here. This is bat country."
Subject of a question; poster shown
Mentioned in dialogue
Subject of a question
'Fear And Loathing In Pandora'
Poster on the wall.
When Red, Chuck and Bomb start spying on the piggies, Red and Chuck are dressed as Raoul Duke and Dr. Gonzo. Also, several pigs are dressed as Raoul, wearing similar shirts, glasses, and hats.
The narration was inspired by this film
the poster for the film is shown
Answer to a question; still shown
Visual style, sound design
Shown on a TV screen in another scene.
Shown on a TV screen in one scene.
The Video Pick of the Week.
Pacey and Joey watch the movie while they're stuck in Kmart.
Several extended clips
Clips shown in a segment on Johnny Depp.
Bat Country clip shown
"We can't stop here, this is Bat Country" clip used when Fidget scares Hewy.
Clip is presented
Clip is shown
Critic points out how this movie is too odd to be a critical darling
"We can't stop here. This is bat country."
Raoul and his friends are the ones who hit Frank on his motorcycle
A man at the bar is dressed like Raoul Duke(Johnny Depp), and mentions seeing bats
Direct spoof -- Greg taking the role of Hunter S. Thompson, and Warren taking the role of Dr. Gonzo; Greg speaks out an entire list of different candies and then adds "....and Warren had a whole suitcase full of illegal drugs."
"Raoul Puke" is an impersonation of Johnny Depp as Raoul Duke.
Chris takes mescaline and goes to Vegas
When giving directions, Discord dresses like Raoul Duke.
Various themes and elements of the film are parodied/