The Santa Clause 2 (2002)
The Toy Soldiers.
Scott Calvin has a conversation with Principal Newman regarding this Audrey Hepburn/Albert Finney film before their date.
Almost the entire opening sequence, from the Soviet naval uniforms to the first introduction of the "Capitain" (Santa).
Scott Calvin starts talking about cars and engines while talking to Carol Newman, and while walking through the toyshop, Santa picks up and tries on a tool belt. These reference to Tim Taylor.
Tim Allen and Molly Shannon quote Wayne's world.
When the two Santas are fighting on the sleigh the real one says "You are a child's plaything" and the fake one replies "You are a sad strange little man".
Lucy Miller has a KP Poster on her bedroom wall.
Features outtakes from the filming of "The Santa Clause 2".
Interviews with characters from the movie.
Tour of the movie set.
poster outside movie store
Jeavons calls it an unnecessary sequel
"...who is actually the bloke who played the Tooth Fairy in Santa Clause 2 and 3."
Film Brain shames Michael Lembeck for directing the Santa Clause sequels too.
also written by Don Rhymer
A row of animatronic reindeer are shown on the wall of studioADI's machine shop.
Bill Mumy mentions that his daughter Liliana Mumy did the Santa Clause movies for Disney with Tim Allen.
Joe mentions the six "Santa Clause" movies, to which Mike corrects him that there are only three.
"If Tim Allen gets three movies, why can't he?"
Poster is shown
Smeghead brings it up as a film released around the same time as Eight Crazy Nights.
VHS/DVD release reviewed + footage used
Beware of Santa segment
Screenplay Cliche segment: That's gonna leave a mark
movie is reviewed
Topic of review.
The Santa Clause 2 gets an honorable mention.
The mechanical Santa becoming self-aware and distructively taking over its surroundings with the help of mechanical henchmen, just like SkyNet does with the terminators.