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References 

All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)
Mentioned by The Love-Matic Grandpa
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958)
The "Chief Wiggum, P.I." villain goes by the name "Big Daddy."
Mannix (1967) (TV Series)
Troy McClure talks about a fictitious spin off he starred in called "AfterMannix"
Monty Python's Flying Circus (1969) (TV Series)
After the beaver sketch finishes people complain about its poor quality much like in this show
Sanford and Son (1972) (TV Series)
Troy McClure talks about a fictitious spin off he starred in called "Son of Sanford and Son"
Rhoda (1974) (TV Series)
This is one of the posters in the museum.
The Jeffersons (1975) (TV Series)
This is one of the posters in the museum.
Starsky and Hutch (1975) (TV Series)
Huggy Bear appears in the "Chief Wiggum, P.I." opening credits.
Saturday Night Live (1975) (TV Series)
In "The Simpson Family Smile-time Variety Hour," the Baggy Pants Players are a reference to the original cast of "Saturday Night Live" in 1975.
Laverne & Shirley (1976) (TV Series)
This is one of the posters in the museum.
Charlie's Angels (1976) (TV Series)
A sculpture of the angels can be seen next to Troy McLure in one scene.
Alice (1976) (TV Series)
Moe's "Kiss my dishrag!" catchphrase is a reference to Flo's "Kiss my grits!" line from "Alice."
Fish (1977) (TV Series)
Poster in the museum
The Ropers (1979) (TV Series)
Poster in the museum
AfterMASH (1983) (TV Series)
The "AfterMannix" reference is partly a reference to this failed M*A*S*H spinoff.
JFK (1991)
Skinner is on the corner of Lafayette and Camp Streets, an address used by L. H. Oswald, as pointed out by Jim Garrison, while at that location, in JFK.
Melrose Place (1992) (TV Series)
Referenced on the Fox Programming Chart
The X-Files (1993) (TV Series)
Referenced on the Fox Programming Chart

Spoofs 

The Flintstones (1960) (TV Series)
Ozmodiar is a parody of the Great Gazoo
My Mother the Car (1965) (TV Series)
Love-Matic Grandpa spoofs this series directly.
The Brady Bunch Variety Hour (1976) (TV Series)
The Simpson Family Smile-Time Variety Hour spoofs this series directly. This includes the recasting of Eve Plumb's character, Jan (with another actress playing "Lisa")
Magnum, P.I. (1980) (TV Series)
Wiggum, P.I. spoofs many elements of this series.
Devo: Whip It (1981) (Video)
Smithers performs "Liquorice Whip"
Cheers (1982) (TV Series)
"The Love-Matic Grampa" music and bar setting spoof "Cheers."
Beverly Hills Buntz (1987) (TV Series)
as Chief Wiggum P.I..

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