The Aristocrats (2005)
movie is edited into short comedic clip
Bob Saget makes a direct reference to the movie quoting the line "Moe, Larry, the cheese !"
his show is mentioned along with his office
Carrie Fisher jokes about her mother Debbie Reynolds in Singin' in the Rain
Some of the comedians repeatedly point out that they're not talking about "that Disney cartoon" and explain that its title has sometimes ruined their punchline.
mentioned by one of the comedians
Steven Wright's rendition of the joke was a roundabout reference to the movie as well as the hotel he was in
Mentions being interviewed by Mary Hart
In Kevin Pollok's version
Bob Saget apologizes to cast members of Full House
mentions being on the show
Still from show is on table next to Paul Reiser
Taylor Negron mentions the film in his joke
Mentioned twice in film
A clip made specially for the film shows Cartman doing his own version of the Aristocrats joke.
When talking to one of the comedians, the "Yes, Dear" set could be seen in the background with the "Yes, Dear" logo in view.
Taylor Negron mentions starring in a tv series with the Olson Twins.
Bill Maher jokes about the Osbournes
Mentioned by one of the comedians
Aaron tells the "Aristocrats joke" in church.
mentioned on Weekend Update
Dwight mentions the movie, and he then begins to tell his version of the joke.
Saget references his appearance in this documentary.
A comedian on TV delivers the punchline, "The Aristocrats!"
Renegade tells the Aristocrats joke.
Snob mentions it.
Critic makes an obscure reference to the joke
an obscure reference to the joke is made
Fozzie Bear tells the "aristocrats" joke.
Oancitizen puts a spin on the famous joke
Movie is reviewed
the movie is mentioned during discussion of Gilbert''s telling of the joke in 2011
The clip of Gilbert Gottfried is from this event.
Clips used in review.