Based on the TV series.
Rory says, "When she's not happy, the whole world is Deadwood."
Mentioned in dialogue
all Double Jeopardy! categories refer to HBO and its series, including "Deadwood"
correct response in "Get Your Facts Straight" category
Mentioned by Lloyd Ahern in interview.
Deacon asks Doug if he can have his Deadwood-DVD-Box
David Milch discusses the conclusion to the series.
Actors auditioning for Al Swearengen
Alan Davies mentions the show when talking about Ian McShane.
DVD is shown in a video store.
Nihar Patel mentions Timothy Olyphant Picture Timothy Olyphant's role in this series.
The Tumbleweed map in Undead Overrun is named "Undeadwood".
Jay mentions that Timothy Olyphant was on the show
A quick shot from the balcony overlooking the town of Dirt, exactly resembling Al Swearengen's in the town of Deadwood.
Bobby tells Cass they can't strand the boys in Deadwood. The actor Jim Beaver, who plays Bobby Singer in Supernatural, was also a cast member on Deadwood.
Jim Beaver played a character called Ellsworth in Deadwood. Ellsworth the demon is shown to resemble Bobby, and rather than having a number of phones has a collection of Goblets of Blood. He also impersonates an FBI officer as Bobby does.
Brad mentions Swearengen.
"Blackbeard, played by that guy from Dead Wood."
In Ghost Town the sign for the town says "Morningwood"
Elka tells Victoria that she's not from Deadwood after Victoria makes an 'old west' comment
"That guy from Deadwood..."
Title mentioned while introducing Timothy Olyphant
A character named Wu appears, played by the same actor.
A character actor states he' most recognized by one of these three movies
Chuy mentions that it's one of his two favorite shows ever.
DVD seen on Hank's bookshelf
Movie listed on website.
Mentioned in dialog
A poster for the show hangs in the HBO offices and Valerie says she does not know which show it is.
Maria Hill mentions watching "Deadwood" as the reason for her creating arbitrarily a Western Saloon setting for her sex scene with Captain America
Mentioned in dialogue by Dale Kritko.
Fred Savage mentions some of Sarah Paulson's credits
Mentioned by Chris Hardwick when introducing Kim Dickens.
Mentioned by Jimmy as he introduces Timothy Olyphant
Nick mentions the show
"...those new Deadwood TV movies are going to be really boring."
Mentioned in the segment Who's That Guy?
Discussed by Matt Zoller Seitz & Alan Sepinwall
Mentioned by Chris Hardwick when talking about Dayton Callie and how he reunites with Kim Dickens in this episode.
Mentioned by Kim Dickens when talking about Dayton Callie.
Mentioned by Chris Hardwick when first talking to Dayton Callie.
Mentioned by Chris Hardwick when talking about Ray McKinnon.
Frank mentions a justice system used in Deadwood in the late 1800's
Mentioned by Chris Hardwick when talking to Garret Dillahunt.
Mentioned by Chris Hardwick when talking about Kim Dickens.
Don E says that cowboys reminds him of this show
Features clip from the movie
a clip is shown
Clip is shown
Title sequence shown.
Ben recommends the series and shows a preview.
Characters watch a spoof clip of this show on TV.