Meet the Parents (2000)
Clips used for Yoostar karaoke.
When praying Ben Stiller's character says, "Oh dear lord three things we pray... day by day." These lines are from a song (Day by Day) in Stephen Schwartz's Musical Movie Godspell.
Ben Stiller has mentioned that he was very fond of the parents-meeting scene in Annie Hall, and many of the scenes reference those scenes from Annie Hall, particularly those that take place at the dinner table
Characters reference callsign "Iceman"
When the urn breaks, Mr Jinks the cat runs and urinates on the ashes, which is what Al Capone (Robert De Niro) says he wants Elliot Ness dead so he could do the same to Ness' ashes.
A poster of this show with Kyle, Cartman, Stan, and Kenny appear in Denny's room.
Before offering a dinner blessing, Ben Stiller says, "... it's not like I'm a rabbi or anything." In his previous movie, Keeping the Faith, he plays a rabbi.
'Reviewed' on Weekend Update
Mentioned during Weekend update
There's an ad for it on the side of a pay phone,
Barry refers to the movie during his lie detector test with the police.
Ben Stiller says it was a rip-off of Son-in-Law
Harry does the "I'll be watching you" hand signals.
Susan Peterson says "Isn't it a bit early to be meeting the parents?"
Mentioned during the Prince Show
Referenced during the "Meet the Fockers" review.
Mentioned on Weekend Update
Future Father in Law
Ben Stiller mentions being in this film.
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
Copies Robert De Niro's "watching you" hand gesture
The scene where the ashes of Jack's mother are knocked over is recreated
Rokko tells David that he is watching him with a gesture often used in "Meet the Parents" by Bobby deNiro's character as well as Ben Stiller's
Discusses writing the screenplay.
Movie is shown in Chuck's shopping cart along with other "gay" items
Video case is shown.
Two ducks Critique this film negativley.
Angela says that her cat's father was in "Meet the Parents."
Dr. Rick yells out "Meet the Parents. Love it!"
Mentioned by a contestant
Cerie is reminded of this 'old movie'
Brett mentions the movie while reviewing the trailer for "Little Fockers"
Mali Elfman says Jay Roach directed this movie
Referenced in the Studio 18 segment
Appears on the list of DVD & Blu-Ray releases of April/May
Brad mentions the cat nipple jokes.
Lindsay mentions this as a Ben Stiller movie she hates
Video case is shown in Matt's room.
Mentioned in dialogue
Miranda Lambert mentions the film
A reimimagined version of the movie's poster is shown.
Referenced in the "New Cast Member or Arcade Fire?" sketch
Pete (Dave Franco) dresses up as Robert De Niro's "Jack Byrnes" character
title mentioned by Mike Greenberg
The conflict between Eduardo and Blu is based on that of Jack Byrnes and Greg Focker.
"I've got nipples"
a dvd is shown at a pitch meeting.
mentioned by Eliza
Mentioned by Graham when introducing Ben Stiller
Mentioned by Johnny Valda.
Mentioned in dialogue by ATF Special Agent Zoe Keates.
among Ben Stiller's more successful films
Mentioned in dialogue
Rebecca raps, "Got your current chick looking like Greg Focker."
"The movie is also Guess Who's Coming to Dinner and Meet the Parents."
Robert de Niro cast playing a character in a comedy that spoofs family dynamics; De Niro's character in both films has a military/intelligence background
Name of movie is shown in graphic
Richard says Meet the Parents is his favourite Roert De Niro film.
Mentioned by Jakub Kohák.
Jake and Doug Judy talk about the film.
Tim does the I'm-watching-you gesture.
Referenced by Jakub Kohák.
Alessandro Nivola mentions the Robert De Niro movie
Answer to a question; still shown
Ben Shapiro says that Justin Trudeau is Owen Wilson's character, only without the woodworking skills.
Jimmy mentions Robert De Niro's earlier movie
Referenced in episode title.
Referenced by Robert De Niro during cold opening.
Jeremy explains away Robin's strange behaviors by saying he has "Meet the Parents" jitters.
Referenced by Robert De Niro as Robert Mueller during cold opening.
Mentioned by Peter.
Dan Bongino mentions the movie.
Referenced in "Whipflash!" Game.
Seen on TV
Ben Stiller wins for "Best Comedic Performance," Robert De Niro saying, "Are you a pothead, Focker?" wins for "Best Line" and Stiller and De Niro are nominated for "Best On-Screen Team"
Clips and making of material
Features clip from the movie
Clips are shown.
Some clips from this movie are shown when it is the subject of a segment.
clips featured to illustrate the most embarrassing moments in movies
Mr. Jinx takes #10
Film Brain discusses the original.
Clip shown in montage of Ben Stiller films
Greg Focker is #6.
Clip included in montage of Robert De Niro films
Jack Byrnes is the Top Overprotective Dad.
Father Knows Best... You Wimp is #4.
Meet the Parents gets an honorable mention.
Clips from the movie.
Lies and Loaded Questions is #1.
Meet the Parents is #7.
Mr. Jinx is #8.
I Have Nipples, Greg is #1.
Gaylord Focker is #1.
The "Meet the Parents" trilogy gets an honorable mention.
Meeting the Parents is #4.
A Focker Fail is #3.
Robert De Niro is heard saying the line "I have nipples, Greg. Could you milk me?"
I Have Nipples, Greg is #9.
Greg Focker is #6.
Tom Collins gets an honorable mention.
Scene is spoofed.
Jinx the cat uses the toilet in a much more comedic fashion.
... and Stiller knocks over "grandmother's ashes...
DiNozzo says he's DeNiro and mimics DeNiro's actions when he says he's watching another agent.
"Meet the Patents"
De Niro and Stiller repeat the interrogation scene.