Hurley says "There's no place like home."
A character mentions Old Yeller.
Hurley says "I heard coffee is bad for you, but this is ridiculous!" This is one of Maxwell Smart's quotes from the series. "I've heard of ________ but this is ridiculous!"
A character mentions Dr. Dolittle.
When Darwin comes to visit Juarez, interrupting her typing on her Facebook page, he knocks and says, "Candygram," a reference to the classic "Landshark" sketch of the original 1975 Saturday Night Live season.
both shows had a team called G-Force
After perpetrating a certain gaseous bodily function, Hurley says, "I love the smell of napalm in the morning."
Darwin says, "Dogs. Why did it have to be dogs?" In Raiders, Indiana Jones asks the same question about snakes.
When asked about the circular saw attachment to the high tech hampster ball, Darwin says it is his "little friend" and that Hurley should "say hello." This is similar to when Al Pacino says, "Say hello to my little friend" in Scarface.
Hurley calls the killer coffee maker "The Terminator"
When coming face to face with the dogs, Hurley asks Darwin, "Alright MacGyver, you got any brilliant ideas?"
Whilst riding in the remote control Jeep, Blaster says, "I feel the need - the need for speed!" which is the catch phrase used by Maverick and Goose in Top Gun.
Includes the line "Yippy-ka-yay, coffee maker", likely a reference to a less family friendly version of the line in Die Hard.
When the guinea pigs jump off the building, on of them shouts "Yippie". This is a reference to the Lemmings (1991) (VG) video games where lemmings fall off buildings and say "Yippie" when they get to the exit.
A character mentions Men in Black.
Hurley's "Guinea pigs gone wild" comment
When Ben unveils the new high-speed vehicle (made from hamster balls), blaster says, "Well, pimp my ride!" a reference to the TV show of the same name.
Billboard of the movie is seen when Rebecca is riding in a cab.
Dumbeldore says that Guinea Pigs are hairier than Harry Potter. And Advertises G-Force
Will Arnett was promoting it.
This film is a promotional Stunt for G-Force
Subject of a $3,000 question
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "Pop Culture"
Sean Locke says that real hamsters aren't like those in G-Force.
Cover was shown.
to be reviewed next time
among the 2000s spy craze
Blaster plays DDR
A brief sneak preview for this movie is seen at the credits for next year's Oscar race.
The Trailer is shown during Trailer Time
Footage shown for the Weekend Peekend
Promotional excerpts showed during interview with Tracy Morgan - Connor Goodman and Blaster trying out an R.C. Car
Reviewed, clips shown.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the review of the film in next week's episode + clip shown
reviewed + footage used
Screenplay Cliche segment
movie is reviewed
Since its a Realistic Depiction of films: The Guinea Pigs don't do anything.