An Inconvenient Truth (2006)
Mentioned on Weekend Update
Al Gore is promoting the film
review of film
Nancy references the film in dialog with Shane outside their house.
April asks Luke if he's seen the film in response to his suggestion that she wrap a gift with wrapping paper rather than newspaper.
Old Christine brags and says it an important movie to see, although she hasn't actually seen it yet. Peter says he contributed some of the research for the Greenland studie in the movie.
The family have a movie night at home and watch the movie.
Mentioned in dialogue
Seth and Summer talk about the film.
After Daryl says that Sonia Kruger could have strolled the red carpet with the Oscars gang, this movie is mentioned in their subsequent dialogue.
Mentioned in the global warming sketch.
Mentioned on Weekend Update
Referenced throughout the entire episode
Mentioned in reference to an Alaskan cruise.
mentioned by Craig
Giles says he has seen "Al Gore's Inconsistent Truth"
Mentioned in reference to the north pole climate
Dennis tells Dee and Mac about the movie.
Mentioned by Al Gore... a lot
Mentioned in dialogue about the Nobel Peace Prize
Referenced by name
Mentioned by Jason in a story on cleaning the Australian coastline near Nhulunbuy.
Opening credits: "An Inconvenient Bonnie"
Title reference and Janitor mentions this film
Mentioned by Abby Lockhart at the start of the episode
Mentioned by name by Eddie McGuire after Parla remembers seeing an Al Gore movie, during a question on gases in the earth's atmosphere.
Al Gore's head's line: "Finally, I get to save the world with deadly lasers instead of deadly slide shows."
Talks about how the impact of the meat industry on the climate was missing in 'An Inconvenient Truth'.
Alana Conlon refers to the film.
"Yo momma's so fat that when she farts, Al Gore accuses her of global warming!"
"Is this some kind of 'An Inconvenient Truth' thing?"
Penn mentions Al Gore getting an Oscar and Nobel Peace Price due to this movie.
mentioned by Juney
Mentioned by Daniel as he throws to a commercial break before the elimination.
"Global warming, it's an inconvenient truth"
Guest expert Lucy Danziger mentions the film while answering a question about Al Gore's Nobel Prize
Lupo refers to "that Al Gore movie."
Link refers to the warm weather as a "convenient truth"
Mentioned by Anh Do as his reason for buying a Toyota Prius instead of a Rolls-Royce.
seen on new releases
Subject of a $25,000 question
Poster in Richard and Jeremy's room
Phil says he "got thrown out of that Al Gore movie".
Mentioned by name
Cited by director James Nguyen as influence. Also, Rod, Nathalie, Rick and Mai go to a theater to watch this film.
movie mash-up answer: An Inconvenient Truth or Dare
"Oh, great. Another Al Gore movie."
Jackson Murphy mentions that "Waiting for Superman" was from the makers of the film
"Obscurus Lupa Presents" contains numerous references to it.
"an inconvenient truth" mentioned
Al Gore talking about global warming is mentioned.
Al Gore telling us that the planet is our responsibility.
Mentioned by the narrator
Rod - "That was a great movie, An Inconvenient Truth" Mike - "Yeah we know what was saw".
Referenced in the Amish sketch
The song in Cars "Our Town" lost the Oscar win for Best Original Song to this film's song "I Need to Wake Up".
Ted and Marshall get the movie for Barney's bachelor party.
Henrik says that Al Gore was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for making a movie about the climate.
Mentioned by Stephen when listing some of Jeff Skoll's career highlights
Mentioned in dialogue.
"An Inconvenient Tooth"
Oscar win is mentioned
Al Gore's movie is mentioned as major inspiration for this documentary
Alex Bolton mentions it. Also, poster is shown.
Mike: "Thank you, Al Gore, not for your inconvenient truth but for your inconvenient lie that you created the Internet."
Meeus refers to this documentary.
Mentioned by Danny Leigh when reviewing He Named Me Malala (2015)
Mentioned by Mark.
Megan is asked a question about the American politician who narrated this movie during her Cash Builder round.
Schmidt says he hasn't had two hours of uninterrupted sleep since Cece made him watch "An Inconvenient Truth".
Subject of a question
Mentioned in the segment A Closer Look
Answer to a question; poster without title shown
After G. Callen says that he has almost no carbon footprint, Sam Hanna quips: "Coming the fall: An Inconvenient Lie."
Michael Knowles mentions talks about the original movie when discussing the sequel.
Michael mentions the movie during a discussion of science.
The woman in the bar calls Brockmire Al Gore after his speech about rising sea levels
Al Gore mentions he won an Academy Award.
Owen Benjamin complains that Amazon allows this movie, but not anti-vaccine documentaries.
Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai mentions the movie.
Neil mentions it in his discussion of Al Gore's past.
The clip "None Like it Hot" from episode #4ACV08 is included in the movie
It's an example to the movie's subject matter and a clip of it is used in the movie
clips from the trailer are featured
Special promoting the movie
footage used in the episode
Footage is shown and manipulated during "Conan on the Aisle".
excerpts, and part of global warming discussion
clips from the film
a clip is shown during Alison Bailes' segment
"The assumption goes like this: 'The Earth is so big is we can't possibly have any lasting, harmful impact on the Earth's environment'. Maybe that was true at one time, but it is not anymore. One of the reasons it is not true anymore is that one of the most vulnerable parts of the Earth's ecological system is the atmosphere".
Clip is shown
Al Gore quotes from this movie mimicked
a penguin complains that "it's an inconvenient truth" that he caused some ice to melt, then he starts to complain about global warming
Lisa's 'An Irritating Truth' seminar spoofs Al Gore's use of the scissor-lift.
"Global Warming: The Game" is a spoof of this film; "(aka an inconvenient spoof)."
Poster showing an Earth globe announcing "An Inconvenient Tooth"
One of Al Gore's attacks is to put his opponent to sleep by delivering a boring lecture, parodying his presentation from the film.