Snakes on a Plane (2006)
"Is that a cobra? Like in Indiana Jones?"
In both films, a panicked character throws an attacking creature into a microwave, causing it to explode.
In both movies a white passenger calls a black Air Marshall "you people."
title of episode 5 is similar
Samuel L. Jackson talks all about how Snakes on a Plane will win the awards hands down next year.
The stinger uses Samuel Jackson's "I've had it with these snakes on this plane"
Lorelai and Christopher see the movie, and Lorelai talks about her distaste for it.
Shanes graduation speech includes the infamous phrase "There are motherfucking snakes on the motherfucking plane."
making of the movie
Documentary on the film's internet hype.
Referenced by name
special about the movie
John Jarratt refers to Nathan (Nathan Phillips) now doing a movie with actor Samuel L. Jackson.
Poster art recreated in Pilobolus dance sequence.
ad on double decker
"Remember when they change the title Pacific Air Flight 121 to Snakes on a Plane"
"I never seen snakes on a plane" (song lyrics)
Both Troy and Benjamin Finnegan say they learned to fly from playing PlayStation.
dialogue by Jake
movie idea: "Snakes on a Crane"
A man quotes Samuel L Jackson's line from the movie.
At Stella's house, when Barney says "I know I can land that lesbian plane" Marshall reply " No snakes on that plane".
Quote "Enough is enough! I have had it with these motherfucking zombies in my motherfucking hood!"
RuPaul references the movie when discussing Jade's tuck on the runway.
Dr Hood figures out that several people were poisoned on the subway. The cause "could be a leak, could be a spill, could be snakes on a train."
Included in a $100,000 question
RuPaul says, "I've heard of snakes on a plane but snakes on a drag queen?!" in reference to one of Shannel's runway looks.
Nathan: Have you ever seen a movie where people are flying somewhere on Christmas Eve and the plane is like totally empty? Sven: You mean...like the one with the snakes?
during the last shot, we see some snakes about to be loaded onto a plane
The original referenced alongside the Asylum rip-off
"Thank you for not bringing your snakes on board the plane"
During the post credits bloopers, the pilot quotes Samuel L. Jackson's famous f-bomb from this movie.
When Dorothy asks why they didn't just fly to New York, Ted says that Fred is scared of snakes.
Esposito asks Castle why he's so worried about some "motherfreakin' snakes on a motherfreakin' plane"
DiNozzo says "Talk about Snakes on a Plane" after they find the killer.
Tim wears a Snakes On A Plane t-shirt.
Referenced in dialogue
Category entitled "Snacks on a Plane"
when a "Celebrity All-Star" says the second president was "Sam Jackson," Jay responds that Sam Jackson starred in this film
Josh Holloway "announces" that he is starring in the sequel "Snakes on a Plane 2: Electric Boogaloo"
points out the inheritent parody
Alan Davies suggests that snakes would be a good way of scaring a group of American soldiers on a plane.
Abed says that his film is another "Snakes on a Plane" in that it doesn't live up to its hype
Hailee Steinfeld says she was told that the snakes used in "True Grit" had previously appeared in "Snakes on a Plane"
Stephen Fry talks about the film.
Christy says that like the film, the title of "Hobo with a Shotgun" tells you all you need to know
The DVD is seen
The Snob was dismayed that this movie had snakes on a plane.
There is a medal in multiplayer mode called "Drakes on a Plane"
Mentioned by Alex.
Chelsea mentions the movie by name.
"Every single snake at the zoo has disappeared." "Maybe, they're on a plane?"
episode title is derived as a rhyme of the film title
Episode title is a reference.
"Just marvel at it's Snakes on a Plane style honesty..."
Mentioned by Phil.
mentioned by Gene
Mentioned in dialogue.
Caroline: "Max, you've never been on a plane? Even snakes have been on a plane!"
Chelsea mentions the movie by name.
"But, I've had enough of these motherfucking dinosaurs on this motherfucking island agrees..."
The line "I have had it with this motherfucking weather in this motherfucking state!" is a spin on Samuel L. Jackson's iconic line.
Brady tries to comfort McKensie over the fact that his favorite movie wasn't "Tarantulas on a Train."
James mentions that Shark Night was directed by the same guy who directed Snakes on a Plane
Chelsea mentions the movie by name.
A S.H.I.E.L.D. agent on the Helicarrier says that Director Fury, played in "The Avengers" by Samuel L. Jackson, doesn't want snakes on his planes; Jackson also starred in "Snakes on a Plane."
The phrase "snake on a pain" is used in reference to a story on snake massages.
Sally says that the only thing she's afraid of are snakes on a plane.
One of the many films the Djinn quotes.
"That's it, I'd had it with this motherfucking Happy Madison and their motherfucking audience!"
"I'm tired of these monkey fighting snakes on this Monday to Friday plane"
Referenced in "Hollywood Director"
Samuel L. Jackson talks about the censored version of this film with swear words replaced by other words
Bill: "And right that at that moment, a plane full of snakes crashes on them."
Coach Hack Jones paraphrases Neville Flynn, "I've had it with these motherfucking snakes on this motherfucking field!"
Mentioned in dialogue by Brody.
Jimmy refers to the movie during the Pros and Cons segment
Title mentioned by Penny.
Castle discovers a snake on the plane and blurts out a cleaned-up version of Samuel L. Jackson's infamous line.
Mentioned by Graham in his opening monologue when he talks about Samuel L. Jackson
Referenced by Adam Lysek.
Mace Windu: "I have had it with these blaster firing droids on this battle droid making planet!"
"Always chicken on a plane" Bill: "A Smauel L. Jackson comes in and tells us how sick he is of these inner f-ing chickens on this inner f-ing plane."
listed as a film with Samuel L. Jackson
'Snakes in a game'
"I have had it with these monkey-fighting Androids in this Monday-to-Friday timeline!"
mentioned by Lauren
Poster is seen
Samuel L. Jackson mentions his earlier movie
'Snakes in a Game'
mentioned by Mike Golic
Mentioned by GoGo.
Mentioned during a game of charades.
title mentioned in conversation by Martin McGuinness
mentioned by Caroline
There's a multiplayer quest in Final Fantasy XV: Comrades titled "Snakes on a Downed Plane."
Referenced during Family Feud sketch
Title used in the Charades game
Referenced in "World's Worst"
Answer to a question
Ralph refers to Norvok as "Snakes on the Brain."
At the beginning of the movie, a voice over says; "Get this motherf*cking snake off this motherf*cking plane". And a snake is thrown off an airplane.
Footage of this movie is shown.
Clips of this film were featured during a segment on dangerous pets.
Clips from this film were featured during a repeat segment with Mike Heithaus from the 'National Geograhic Channel'.
A clip is shown from it.
among other Samuel L. Jackson movies
shows a far better Samuel L. Jackson performance
A clip is shown of the censored version with swear words replaced by other words
Clip of Samuel L. Jackson
this short spoofs it by changing the snakes to cats
The entire movie is a parody down to the titles. One is about snakes on a plane, the other is snakes on a train.
Film is making fun of the ridiculous combination of animals on a vehicle
One of the many movies parodied, we see a Samuel L Jackson -look and sound a like battling snakes on a plane and trying to save the passengers.
Entire film is a parody of Snakes on a Plane (2006)
ants instead of snakes
There are indeed snakes on a plane, and also a Samuel L. Jackson lookalike
Turned into Trouser Snakes on a Plane
while two guys go in the bathroom to have sex, a stewardess looks under a passenger's blanket, sees his penis and says "There's snakes on the plane!" and everyone screams
The movie Gumball rents is called "Alligators on a Train".
Poster seen for movie called Giraffes On A Plane.
The line: "Enough is enough! I have had it with these motherfucking monkeys, in this motherfucking jungle!"
In the Game Store window, there is a movie titled "Cats on Plane,"
In the opening segment of the show Graham and the audience are "attacked" by fake snakes when Samuel L. Jackson comes in and says his iconic line from this movie, slightly altered to this show
"Snakes and Airplane"
A pedestrian recreates a scene in the Sidewalk Cinema segment