Something's Gotta Give (2003)
Erica says "We'll always have Paris".
Diane Keaton comments "I don't want to play the role of the uptight nurse to your bad-boy patient" to Nicholson, referencing Louise Fletcher as Nurse Ratched to Nicholson's McMurphy
There is an ad for the television show "Dead Like Me" on a bus that passes Marin by in the scene where she is on the phone with Erica.
Discussion of film re: older women as leading ladies.
Before the cinema Jo and his son pass by a poster from this movie.
mentioned by the announcers
Video rented by Harrison.
dvd on the table
Referenced during the "It's Complicated" review.
Included in a $7,500 question
movie is referenced
mentioned in dialogue
One of the songs on Carla MP3-Player is refering to "Sunday Morning" from Something's Gotta Give
Referenced by Frankie
Mentioned in dialogue
Matthew and Denise discuss the film
Mentioned by Graham when introducing Diane Keaton
Mentioned in dialogue.
Mentioned in dialogue; discussed by Diane Keaton
About relationship with co-star
clips are featured to illustrate the best hospital scenes in movies
A clip from this movie is shown when Billy Brownless points out that when it was recently shown on Nine, one of its characters talks about a chauvinistic male at the very moment that a superimposition promoting The Footy Show appears on the screen.
a clip is shown in a montage of Diane Keaton films
a clip of Lorraine Nicholson's very brief role as an extra is shown
Clip shown in montage of Diane Keaton films
Jack Nicholson discovers a naked Billy Crystal who screams, just as a nude Diane Keaton walks in on them and begins screaming