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Posted 16 March 2011 - 07:39 PM

This thread is for all of the reference that are made in the show. This includes: Movies, TV Show, Celebrities, etc... Please add any that I may have missed.
Check out my Official Psych Soundtrack Thread

Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot
(Written By: Steve Franks)

Wienermobile (Automobile Shaped Like A Hot Dog On A Bun)
Sports Illustrated (Athletic Magazine)
Monopoly (Board Game)
Kurt Vonnegut (Writer)

Season 1, Episode 2: Spellingg Bee
(Written By: Steve Franks)

Bananarama (Musician)
Venus (Song By Bananarama)
Dan Quayle (44th Vice President Of The United States)

"What's Your Glitch?!" (Quote From The Movie Reality Bites)

Season 1, Episode 3: Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Piece
(Written By: Steve Franks)

Air Supply (Musicians)
Ocean's Eleven (Movie)
Thomas Crown (Character In The Movie The Thomas Crown Affair)
Donald Sutherland (Actor)
Hampton Inn (Hotel)
Patrick Swayze (Actor)
Lou Diamond Phillips (Actor)
Ted Nugent (Musician)

Season 1, Episode 4: Woman Seeking Dead Husband: Smokers Okay, No Pets
(Written By: Steve Franks)

Meredith Baxter-Birney (Actress)
Mrs. Keaton (Character On The TV Show Family Ties)
APK (Reference To Alex P. Keaton A Character On The TV Show Family Ties)
Jane Austen (Novelist)
Joan Jett (Musician)
Penny Marshall (Actress)
Grace Jones (Musician)
Pinky Tuscadero (Character In The TV Show Happy Days)
Lizzie Borden (Central Figure In The Hatchet Murders Of Her Father And Stepmother)
Kathy Bates (Actress)
Dread Pirate Wilcroft (Reference To Dread Pirate Roberts In The Movie The Princess Bride)

Season 1, Episode 5: 9 Lives
(Written By: Andy Berman)

Numb3rs (TV Show)
Sports Illustrated (Sports Magazine)
The Cure (Musicians)
Clint Eastwood (Actor)
Escape from Alcatraz (Movie)
Robert Frost (Poet)
Buick (A Division Of General Motors)

Season 1, Episode 6: Weekend Warriors
(Written By: Douglas Steinberg)

Cap'n Crunch (Cereal)
Glory (Movie)
Denzel Washington (Actor)
Abraham Lincoln (16th President Of The United States)
Phil Mickelson (Athlete)
"Four Score And Seven Years Ago," (Reference To Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address)
"Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For You - Ask What You Can Do For Your Country" (Referencing The Inaugural Address Of John F. Kennedy)
War and Peace (Novel)

Season 1, Episode 7: Who Ya Gonna Call?
(Written By: Kerry Lenhart & John J. Shakman)

Ghostbusters (Movie)
Poltergeist (Movie)
Poltergeist II: The Other Side (Movie)
Gremlins (Movie)
Jaws (Movie)
Roy Scheider (Actor)
Martin Brody (Character From The Movie Jaws)
The Flying Nun (TV Show)
Sally Field (Actress)
Terry Bradshaw (Athlete/Actor)
Smokey and the Bandit (Movie)
Norma Rae (Movie)
Hooper (Movie)
Pete Rose (Athlete)
Reds (Major League Baseball Team)
Pet Sematary (Movie)
Louvre (Art Museum)
Night Gallery (TV Show)
Sybil (Movie)
"Do You Feel Pretty?" (Reference To The I Feel Pretty Song From The Movie West Side Story)

Season 1, Episode 8: Shawn vs. the Red Phantom
(Written By: Anupam Nigam)

Colombo (Character In The TV Show Colombo)
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (Movie)
George Takei (Actor)
Hikaru Sulu (Character In The STAR TREK Series)
"Wolf With A Lightsaber" (Referencing Chewbacca In The Star Wars Movies)
Professor X (Character In The X-Men Comics)
Johnny Depp (Actor)
Kate Moss (Model)
Stephen Dorff (Actor)
Keith Moon (Musician)
Jan Brady (Character In The TV Show The Brady Bunch)
Tina Yothers (Actress)
Urkel (Character From The TV Show Family Matters)
T2 (Referencing The Movie Terminator 2: Judgment Day)
Afternoon Delight (Song By Starland Vocal Band)

Season 1, Episode 9: Forget Me Not
(Written By: Lee Goldberg & William Rabkin)

Simba (Character In The Movie The Lion King)
"I Am Your Father" (Referencing The Movie Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi)
Darth Vader (Character From The Star Wars Movies)
James Earl Jones (Actor)
Mufasa (Character In The Movie The Lion King)
Ossie Davis (Actor)
I'm Not Rappaport (Movie)

Season 1, Episode 10: From the Earth to Starbucks
(Written By: Steve Franks)

Vincent Gallo (Actor)
Don Cheadle (Actor)
Kenickie (Character In The Movie Grease)
Danny Zuko (Character In The Movie Grease)
John Travolta (Actor)
CIS Wrestling (Canadian Interuniversity Sport Wrestling)
Heisman (College Football Award)
Prince (Musician)
The Artist Formerly Known as Prince (Musician)
Numb3rs (TV Show)
"Did You Hear About Pluto?....That's Messed Up" (Reference To Pluto No Longer Being Classified As A Planet)

Season 1, Episode 11: He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not, He Loves Me, Oops He's Dead
(Written By: Andy Berman)

In The Heat Of The Night (TV Show/Movie)
Carroll O'Connor (Actor)
Rod Steiger (Actor)
Sidney Poitier (Actor)
George Hamilton (Actor)
Queer Eye (TV Show)
Carson Kressley (Actor)
Jai Rodriguez (Actor)
José Eber (Hairstylist/Entrepreneur)
Magically Delicious! (Referring To The Cereal Lucky Charms)
Burgess Meredith (Actor)
Hume Cronyn (Actor)
Nipsey Russell (Actor)
Scatman Crothers (Actor)
Flip Wilson (Actor/Writer)
Donald Pleasence (Actor)
Single White Female (Movie)
Rio Bravo (Movie)
John Wayne (Actor)
X Files (Movie)
Simon Cowell (Producer)
LEGO (Toy Manufacture)

Season 1, Episode 12: Cloudy... With a Chance of Murder
(Written By: Andy Berman)

Space Mountain (Space-Themed Indoor Roller Coaster At Disney World)
The Scorpion and the Frog (Fable)
Michael Jackson (Musician)
Jack Be Nimble, Jack Be Quick (Nursery Rhyme)
Law & Order (TV Show)

Season 1, Episode 13: Game, Set... Muuurder?
(Written By: Anupam Nigam)

Battleship (Game)
Who's got My Golden Arm? (Ghost Story From The 1800s)
Bashful, Grumpy, Dopey, Sleepy, Sneezy (Character From The Movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
Whitesnake (Musicians)
Airwolf (TV Show)
Jan-Michael Vincent (Actor)
Tommy Lee Jones (Actor)
The Fugitive (Movie)

Season 1, Episode 14: Poker? I Barely Know Her
(Written By: Kerry Lenhart, John J. Sakmar & Douglas Stenberg)

Grover Cleveland (22nd And 24th President Of The United States)
Poker? I Barely Know Her (Referencing The Movie Pee-wee's Big Adventure)
227 (TV Show)
Marla Gibbs (Actress)
Regina King (Actress)
Jackée Harry (Actress)
Hal Williams (Actor)
Lester Jenkins (Character From The TV Show 227)
Cameron Frye (Character In The Movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off)
James Bond (Character In The James Band Movies)
Matt Lauer (Journalist/Host of NBC's The Today Show)
Diane Lane (Actress)
Superman (Character In The Superman Comics)
Rocky Balboa (Character In The Rocky Movies)
Teri Polo (Actress)
Chaka Khan (Musician)
Passenger 57 (Movie)
Wesley Snipes (Actor)
What's The Rule With Vampires? Don't They Have To Be Invited In? (Quote From The Movie The Lost Boys)

Season 1, Episode 15: Scary Sherry: Bianca's Toast
(Written By: Steve Franks & James Roday)

One Tree Hill (TV Show)
Chad Michael Murray (Actor)
The Cosby Show (TV Show)
Hell Night(Movie)
Vincent Van Patten (Actor)
George Dzundza (Actor)
Basic Instinct (Movie)
Michael Douglas (Actor)
Sharon Stone (Actress)
Green Day (Musician)
The Omen (Movie)
The Silence of the Lambs (Movie)
Scott Glenn (Actor)
Omega Moos (Referring To The Sorority House In The Movie Revenge Of The Nerds)
"Good Luck. We're All Counting On You." (Reference From The Movie Airplane!)

Season 2, Episode 1: American Duos
(Written By: Steve Franks & James Roday)

Michael Jackson (Musician)
Billy Ocean (Musician)
Roland Orzabal (Musician)
Moonwalk (Dance)
Shout (Song By Tears For Fears)
Lori Loughlin (Actress)
V'Ger (Lifeforms Encountered By The United Federation Of Planets In The Movie Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)
Stephen Collins (Actor)
Star Trek: The Motion Picture (Movie)
Take on Me (Song By A-Ha)
A-Ha (Musicians)
Yankee Rose (Song By David Lee Roth)
David Lee Roth (Musician)
Les McKeown (Musician)
Bay City Rollers (Musicians)
Stomp The Yard (Movie)
Everybody Hip Hop (Song By DJ Rankin)
Everybody Loves Raymond (TV Show)
Lindy Hop (Dance)
Prince (Musician)
Rain Man (Movie)
Mr Bean (TV Show)
Tony Randall (Actor)
Hall & Oates (Musicians)
Keyser Söze (Character In The Movie The Usual Suspects)
Count Chocula (Cereal)
Kris Kristofferson (Actor/Musician)
William Hung (Musician)
Geraldo Rivera (Journalist/TV Show Host)
Ricky Martin (Musician)
Daft Punk (Musicians)

Season 2, Episode 2: 65 Million Years Off
(Written By: Steve Franks)

Michael Jackson (Musician)
Six Degrees of Dinosaurs (Reference To Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon)
DynoBytes (Sandwich Crust Cutter)
Fruity Pebbles (Cereal)
Kevin Bacon (Actor)
Dilophosaurus (Kind Of Dinosaur)
Terence Trent D'Arby (Musician)
Jeff Goldblum (Actor)
Trilobites (Fish Fossils)
Pinhead, Chatterbox, Cenobite, Stitch, Surgeon (Characters In The Hellraiser Movies)
Battlezone (Video Game)
Tony Gwynn (Athlete)
Sigourney Weaver (Actress)
Alien (Movie)
Aliens (Movie)
Alien: Resurrection (Movie)
Shia LaBeouf (Actor)
Holes (Movie)
Jon Voight (Actor)
Anaconda (Movie)
Gorillas in the Mist (Movie)
Death and the Maiden (Movie)
Half Moon Street (Movie)
Of Mice and Men (Movie/Novel)
Lennie (Character In The Movie/Novel Of Mice and Men)
Lou Boudreau (Athlete)
Joe DiMaggio (Athlete)

Season 2, Episode 3: Psy vs. Psy
(Written By: Andy Berman)

The Home Depot (Home Improvement And Construction Store)
Mindy Cohn (Actress)
Facts of Life (TV Show)
Reggie Jackson (Athlete)
Dyan Cannon (Actress)
Harvey Wallbanger (Mixed Drink)
Ecks Vs. Sever (Game)
Joe Versus The Volcano (Movie)
Jay Leno (Comedian/ TV Show Host)
Kevin Eubanks (Musician)
David Mamet (Writer)
Brad Pitt (Actor)
Angelina Jolie (Actress)
Easy-Bake Ovens (Children's Oven)
John Edwards (Politician)
Miss Cleo (Spokeswoman For A Psychic Pay-Per-Call Service)
Gladys Knight & the Pips (Musicians)
Ivan Boesky (American Stock Trader That Played A Prominent Role In A Wall Street Insider Trading Scandal)
Holly Hunter (Actress)
Broadcast News (Movie)
William Hurt (Actor)
Wicked (Musical)
Clarice (Character In The Movie The Silence Of The Lambs)

Season 2, Episode 4: Zero to Murder in Sixty Seconds
(Written By: Saladin K. Patterson)

Blue City (Movie)
Judd Nelson (Actor)
From the Hip (Movie)
Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch (TV Show)
Lionel Richie (Musician)
Hello (Song By Lionel Richie)
Jack and the Beanstalk (Fairy Tale From The 1800s)
Flavor Flav (Musician)
Michael Douglas (Actor)
Catherine Zeta-Jones (Actress)
Don Cheadle (Actor)
Traffic (Movie)
Scarface (Movie)
Flowers for Algernon (Short Story & Novel)

Season 2, Episode 5: And Down the Stretch Comes Murder
(Written By: Josh Bycel)

America's Next Top Model (TV Show)
The Omen (Movie)
Children of the Corn (Movie)
Chad Michael Murray (Actor)
Crockett (Character In The TV Show Miami Vice)
Philip Michael Thomas (Actor)
Milwaukee Brewers (Major League Baseball Team)
Wally Joyner (Athlete)
CHiPs (TV Show)
Footloose (Movie)
The Ice Storm (Movie)
Rikki Rockett (Musician)
C. C. DeVille (Musician)
David Lee Roth (Musician)
Poison (Musician)
Brigitte Nielsen (Actress)
Teen Wolf (Movie)
The History Channel (TV Network)
Land Of The Lost (TV Show)
I, Robot (Movie)
Oprah (TV Show)
7-Eleven (Convenience Store)
Wikipedia (Online Encyclopedia)
"An Enigma Wrapped In A Little Blonde Riddle" (Possible Reference To A Winston Churchill Radio Broadcast On October 1, 1939)

Season 2, Episode 6: Meat Is Murder, But Murder Is Also Murder
(Written By: Daniel Hsia)

RoboCop (Movie)
Hill Street Blues (TV Show)
Diagnosis Murder (TV Show)
Ghost Whisperer (TV Show)
The Rockford Files (TV Show)
Manimal (TV Show)
Dilbert (Comic Strip)
Marmaduke (Comic Strip)
Matlock (TV Show)
Cabbage Patch Kid (Dolls)
Murder, She Wrote (TV Show)
Lee Majors (Actor)
Don Cheadle (Actor)

Season 2, Episode 7: If You're So Smart, Then Why Are You Dead?
(Written By: Anupam Nigam)

Dirty Dancing (Movie)
James Cagney (Actor)
21 Jump Street (TV Show)
Johnny Depp (Actor)
Holly Robinson (Actress)
Richard Grieco (Actor)
Macbeth (Play)
Banquo (Character In The Play Macbeth)
Craig Schiffer (Former Chief Executive Officer Of The Americas Of Dresdner Kleinwort)
Doogie Howser, M.D. (TV Show)
C. Everett Koop (Surgeon General Of The United States Under President Ronald Reagan)
Smells Like Teen Spirit (Song By Nirvana)
Courage Of Lassie (Movie)
Jake and the Fatman (TV Show)
Right Said Fred (Musician)
I'm Too Sexy (Song By Right Said Fred)
Nancy Drew (Fictional Young Amateur Detective)
Alex Trebek (TV Show Host)
Kadeem Hardison (Actor)
Sliding Doors (Movie)
Gwyneth Paltrow (Actress)
Geek Squad (Company That Services Electronics)
ColecoVision (Video Game Console)
The Man From Snowy River (Movie)
Eddie Macon's Run (Movie)
Spartacus (Movie)
Kirk Douglas (Actor)
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (Movie)
Ludwig Wittgenstein (Philosopher)

Season 2, Episode 8: Rob-a-Bye Baby
(Written By: Tami Sagher)

Big (Movie)
Top Secret! (Movie)
Jackie Earle Haley (Actor)
Bad News Bears (Movie)
Breaking Away (Movie)
Little Children (Movie)
Spock (Character From The TV Show Star Trek)
Bones (Character From The TV Show Star Trek)
Star Trek (TV Show)
My Two Dads (TV Show)
Greg Evigan (Actor)
James Taylor (Musician)
Only One (Song By James Taylor)
Nate Berkus (Interior Design Expert)
Oprah (TV Show Host)
Dermot Mulroney (Actor)
Highlander (Movie)
Christopher Lambert (Actor)
Sean Connery (Actor)
Nanny 911 (TV Show)
Dog Whisperer (TV Show)
Neighbors (Movie)
John Belushi (Actor)
Dan Aykroyd (Actor)
Goodnight Moon (Book)
The Giving Tree (Book)
Philip Glass (Musician)
Christmas Jones (Character In The Movie The World Is Not Enough)
Denise Richards (Actress)

Season 2, Episode 9: Bounty Hunters!
(Written By: Andy Berman)

Shaun Cassidy (Actor/Producer)
Tango & Cash (Movie)
Judge Reinhold (Actor)
Dead Calm (Movie)
Billy Zane (Actor)
Midnight Run (Movie)
Sam Elliott (Actor)
Patrick Swayze (Actor)
Road House (Movie)
Open Water (Movie)
WarGames (Movie)
Han Solo (Character In The Star War Movies)

Season 2, Episode 10: Gus's Dad May Have Killed an Old Guy
(Written By: Saladin K. Patterson)

Daisy Red Ryder (BB Gun)
Pepé Le Pew (Cartoon Character)
Clark Bar (Candy Bar)
The Jeffersons (TV Show)
The Tell-Tale Heart (Short Story)
Psycho (Movie)

Season 2, Episode 11: There's Something About Mira
(Written By: Josh Bycel)

Hello Kitty (Fictional Character By Sanrio)
Caddyshack (Movie)
Jan Brady (Character From The TV Show The Brady Bunch)
Clark Bar (Candy Bar)
"Ghost In A Ballroom" (Reference To The Movie Ghostbusters)

Season 2, Episode 12: The Old and the Restless
(Written By: Anupam Nigam)

Henry Fonda (Actor)
Val Kilmer (Actor)
Real Genius (Movie)
Dr. Howser (Reference To Doogie Howser, M.D.)
Frogger (Arcade Game)
Richard Nixon (36th Vice President Of The United States)
The Who (Musicians)
The Corrections (Novel By Author Jonathan Franzen)
Bo Derek (Actress)
Camp Cocoon (Reference To The Movie Cocoon)
"Help Me, Rhonda" (Reference To The Song Help Me, Rhonda By The Beach Boys)
"Reunited And It Feels So Good" (Reference To The Song Reunited By Peaches & Herb)

Season 2, Episode 13: Lights, Camera... Homicidio
(Written By: Andy Berman)

CHiPs (TV Show)
Judi Dench (Actress)
Ted Nugent (Musician)
Blossom (TV Show)
B.J. and the Bear (TV Show)
Keith Hernandez (Athlete)
Susan Lucci (Actress)
Bea Arthur (Actress)
Mariah Carey (Musician)
The Love Boat (TV Show)
Charo (Actress)
Leaving Las Vegas (Movie)
El Pollo Loco (Restaurant)
Ernest Hemingway (Author/Journalist)
Roger Jon Ellory (Writer)
John Steinbeck (Writer)
Danielle Steel (Novelist)
Ethan Hawk (Actor)
Judy Blume (Author)

Season 2, Episode 14: Dis-Lodged
(Written By: Tim Meltreger)

The Wonder Years (TV Show)
"I Want The Truth!... You Can't Handle The Truth" (Reference The The Movie A Few Good Men)
Informer (Song By Snow)
Billy Zane (Actor)
Tom Hanks (Actor)
The Terminal (Movie)
Highlights for Children (Children's Magazine)

Season 2, Episode 15: Black and Tan: A Crime of Fashion
(Written By: Steve Franks & James Roday)

Head Over Heels (Movie)
Liza Minnelli (Actress/Musician)
David Gest (Media Personality)
Tommy John (Athlete)
Judy Blume (Author)
Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret (Novel)
Freckle Juice (Book)
Perry Como (Musician)
Bullitt (Movie)
Old Spice (Brand Of Male Grooming Products)
Wayne Manor (Residence Of Bruce Wayne In The Batman Comics)

Season 2, Episode 16: Shawn (and Gus) of the Dead
(Written By: Steve Franks)

Bob's Big Boy (Restaurant)
Shirley MacLaine (Actress)
Father of the Bride Part II (Movie)
Captain Ron (Movie)
Pure Luck (Movie)
Martin Short (Actor)
King Tut (Egyptian Pharaoh Of The 18th Dynasty)
Entrapment (Movie)
Catherine Zeta-Jones (Actress)
Red Robin (Restaurant)
Charlton Heston (Actor)
Traveling Wilburys (Musicians)
Austin Kearns (Athlete)
Rock 'Em Sock 'Em (Game)
The Secret (Book)
Oprah (TV Show)

Season 3, Episode 1: Ghosts
(Written By: Steve Franks)

Shrinky Dinks (toy/activity kit)
Furby (Toy)
Dynamite (magazine)
Square Pegs (TV Show)
Willy Wonka (Movie)
Heartbreak Ridge (Movie)
Clint Eastwood (Actor)

Season 3, Episode 2: Murder?... Anyone?... Anyone?... Bueller?
(Written By: Andy Berman)

Molly Ringwald (Actress)
Andrew McCarthy (Actor)
Fresh Horses (Movie)
Judd Nelson (Actor)
From the Hip (Movie)
Bring It On (Movie)
Ravi Shankar (Musician)
Step By Step (TV Show)
Abe Froman, Sausage King of Chicago (Movie Reference from Ferris Bueller's Day Off)
The Wonder Years (TV Show)
The Breakfast Club (Movie)
Parker Stevenson (Actor)
John Cusack (Actor)
Ludwig van Beethoven (Musician)
Sir Isaac Newton (Mathematician and Physicist)
Jon Lovitz (Actor)
Curly Sue (Movie)
Mr. Mom (Movie)
Flubber (Movie)
John Hughes (Director/Writer)
The Adventures of Milo and Otis (Movie)
We are not alone by Karla DeVito (Song and Artist is Referenced)
Sixteen Candles (Movie)
Pretty in Pink (Movie)
Ferris Bueller's Day Off (Movie)
Can I Borrow Your Underpants For 10 Minutes? (Quote From The Movie Sixteen Candles)
Barnaby Jones (Character In The TV Show Barnaby Jones)

Season 3, Episode 3: Daredevils!
(Written By: Anupam Nigam)

That's Incredible! (TV Show)
The Simpsons (TV Show)
The Allman Brothers (Musicians)
Glen Campbell (Musician)
Police Woman (TV Show)
Marcel Marceau (Actor/Mime)
Blue Thunder (Movie)
The Blue Lagoon (Movie)
Aldo Nova (Musician)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Greatest Adventure in the History of Basic Cable
(Written By: Josh Bycel)

John Priestley (Novelist, Playwright and Broadcaster)
Joey Bishop (American Entertainer)
Oxygen (TV Network)
Goodfellas (Movie)
Tony! Toni! Toné!(Musicians)
Wet Wet Wet (Musicians)
Val Kilmer (Actor)
Idle Hands (Movie)
Jack Lord (Actor)
Harry Belafonte (Musician)
The Secret of NIMH (Movie)
John Woo (Director)
"Dean and Sammy" (Reference To Members Of The Rat Pack: Sammy Davis, Jr. And Dean Martin)

Season 3, Episode 5: Disco Didn't Die. It Was Murdered!
(Written By: Saladin K. Patterson)

National Treasure (Movie)
Phil Collins (Musician)
Invisible Touch (Song by Phil Collins)
Raiders of the Lost Ark (Movie)

Season 3, Episode 6: There Might Be Blood
(Written By: Kell Cahoon)

Jed Clampett (Character from Green Acres)
Crisco (Brand of Shortening)
Wesson (Cooking Oil)
The New Frontiers (Musicians)
Night Shift (Movie)
Fonzie (Character from Happy Days)
Brady Bunch (TV Show)
"Stop. Hammer Time!" (line from MC Hammer's - U Can't Touch This)

Season 3, Episode 7: Talk Derby to Me
(Written By: Tim Meltreger)

Kids Choice Awards (Annual Awards Show)
Rollergirl (Musician)

Season 3, Episode 8: Gus Walks Into a Bank
(Written By: Andy Berman)

Celebrity (Game)

Season 3, Episode 9: Christmas Joy
(Written By: Saladin K. Patterson)

Woody Harrelson (Actor)
Wildcats (Movie)

Season 3, Episode 10: Six Feet Under the Sea
(Written By: Steve Franks)

Jacques Cousteau (naval officer, explorer, ecologist, filmmaker, innovator, scientist, photographer, author and researcher)
Animal Planet (TV Network)
Phil Collins (Musician)
Michael Phelps (Swimmer)
Barnacle Bill (animated short film)
Out of Sight (Movie)
Jennifer Lopez (Actress)
El Cantante (Movie)
Rutger Hauer (Actor)

Season 3, Episode 11: Lassie Did a Bad, Bad Thing
(Written By: Kell Cahoon)

Cranium (Game)
Cop and A Half (Movie)
Jarlsberg (Type of Cheese)
Water Lilies ( series of oil paintings by Claude Monet)
Daisy Buchanan (Character in The Great Gatsby)
The Great Gatsby (Novel)
ThunderCats (TV Show)
Howard Jones (Musician)
Kenny Loggins (Musician)
House at Pooh Corner (Song By Kenny Loggins)
This Is It (Song By Kenny Loggins)
Charles Bukowski (Writer)
Footloose (Movie)
Flashdance (Movie)
Danger Zone (Song By Kenny Loggins)

Season 3, Episode 12: Earth, Wind and... Wait for It
(Written By: Anupam Nigam)

Cruella de Vil (Character from 101 Dalmatians)
Terry Thomas (Actor)
Lauren Hutton (Actress/Model)
Bolo Tie (Type of Necktie)
Billy Preston (Musician)
Al B. Sure! (Musician)
Diane Schuur (Musician)
Sure Roll On (Deodorant)
Sure Thing (Movie)
Little Darlings (Movie)
Dirty Harry (Movie)
Smokey The Bear (Mascot Of The United States Forest Service)
Law & Order (TV Show)
Back to School (Movie)
William Zabka (Actor)
Backdraft (Movie)
Blair Underwood (Actress)
Jet Jaguar Shoes (Shoes)
Zoltar Machine (Fortune Teller Machine)
Muppets (Group Of Puppet Characters)
Family Matters (TV Show)

Season 3, Episode 13: Any Given Friday Night at 10PM, 9PM Central
(Written By: Josh Bycel)

Rae Dawn Chong (Actress)
Quest For Fire (Movie)
Bat-Signal (Distress Signal From Batman Comics)
Kathy Griffin (Actress)
The Mentalist (TV Show)
Big League Chew (Chewing Gum)
C. Everett Koop ( Pediatric Surgeon and Public Health Administrator)
Julie Sheehan (Poet)
Harry Hamlin (Actor)
Ralph Macchio (Actor)
Peyton Manning (Athlete)
Emilio Estevez (Actor)
Thomas Dempsey (Athlete)
Charlie Sheen (Actor)
The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming (Movie)
Night of the Comet (Movie)
Just One of the Guys (Movie)
"I'm Not a Playa, But I Crush A Lot" (From The Song "Im Not A Player" by Big Pun)
Stir Crazy (Movie)

Season 3, Episode 14: Truer Lies
(Written By: Victoria Walker)

Insane In The Membrane (Song By Cypress Hill)
Vin Diesel (Actor)
Hamburglar (McDonaldland Character)
Grimace (McDonaldland Character)
Mayor McCheese (McDonaldland Character)
Koko B. Ware (Wrestler)
Cranium (Board Game)
Mike Ditka (Athlete)
Bat Man (Comic Book Superhero)
Treadstone (Black Ops Arm Of The CIA From The Bourne Movies)

Season 3, Episode 15: Tuesday the 17th
(Written By: James Roday and Steve Franks)

Rick Astley (Musician)
Ann-Margret (Actress)
Eric Stoltz (Actor)
Boris Becker (Athlete)
Friday The 13th (Movie)
The Mowry Twins (Actresses)
Garrison Keillor (Author/Radio Personality)
What's Eating Gilbert Grape (Movie)
Aladdin (Movie)
Iago (Character From The Movie Aladdin)
Deep Blue Sea (Movie)
LL Cool J (Musician/Actor)
Samuel Jackson (Actor)
April Fool's Day (Movie)
Iron Sheik (Wrestler)
Nikolai Volkoff (Wrestler)
Jeff Goldblum (Actor)
Cyndi Lauper (Musician/Actress)
Vibes (Movie)
Judas (Disciple Of Jesus In The Bible)
Iago (Character In The Play Othello)
Annie? Are you OK? (Reference To The Song Smooth Criminal)

Season 3, Episode 16: An Evening with Mr. Yang
(Written By: James Roday and Steve Franks)

Fuddruckers (Restaurant)
Hitch (Character From The Movie Hitch)
Will Hunting (Character From The Movie Good Will Hunting)
Judd Nelson (Actor)
"How do you like them apples?" (Quote From The Movie Good Will Hunting)
General Mills (Cereal Manufacturer)
Sterling Cooper (Actor)
Kramer vs. Kramer (Movie)
Zodiac (Movie)
Michael Jackson (Musician)
Doctor Dolittle (Movie)
Men's Fitness (Magazine)
Ryan Reynolds (Actor)
King Kong (Character From The Movie King Kong)
Ken Burns (Director/Producer)
The Last of the Famous International Playboys (Third Single Released By Morrissey)
"Doubting Thomas" (Reference To One Of The Twelve Apostles Of Jesus)
Pat Swayze (Actor)
North and South (TV mini-series)
"Now It's Time To Go See About A Girl" (Quote From The Movie Good Will Hunting)
The Silence of the Lambs (Movie)

Season 4, Episode 1: Extradition: British Columbia
(Written By: Steve Franks)

The Mentalist (TV Show)
Julie Christie (Actress)
Doctor Zhivago (Movie)
Pocahontas (Movie)
Meeko (Character From The Movie Pocahontas)
Rocky Raccoon (Song By The Beatles)
Miller's Crossing (Movie)
John Turturro (Actor)
Entrapment (Movie)
Catherine Zeta-Jones (Actress)
Usain Bolt (Jamaican Sprinter and Olympian)
Twister (Game)
American Idol (TV Show)
Mandocello (Instrument)
Thomas Crown (Character From The Movie The Thomas Crown Affair)
Remington Steele (TV Show)
Laura Holt (Character From The TV Show Remington Steele)
Stephanie Zimbalist (Actress)
The Pink Panther (Movie)
Dudley (Character From The TV Show The Dudley Do-Right Show)
Édouard Manet (Painter)
Vincent van Gogh (Painter)
Edgar Dégas (Painter)

Season 4, Episode 2: He Dead
(Written By: Saladin K. Patterson)

ABBA (Musicians)
Waterloo (Song By ABBA)
"Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" (Song)
1313 Mockingbird Lane (Home Address of The Munster Family On The TV Show The Munsters)
Law & Order (TV Show)
Milena Govich (Actress)
Angie Harmon (Actress)
Mariska Hargitay (Actress)
Kathryn Erbe (Actress)
Henry Winkler (Actor)
Walker, Texas Ranger (TV Show)
Dear Abby (Name Of The Notable Advice Column)
Dr. Phil (TV Personality/Author/Psychologist)

Season 4, Episode 3: High Noon-ish
(Written By: Kell Cahoon)

Keebler Elves (Keebler Company Mascots)
Kryptonite (Radioactive Remains Of Superman's Native Planet Krypton)
Blazing Saddles (Movie)
Posse (Movie)
David Niven (Actor)
Neil Bernard (Misician)
The Shawshank Redemption (Movie)
Morgan Freeman (Actor)
Tim Robbins (Actor)

Season 4, Episode 4: The Devil Is in the Details... And the Upstairs Bedroom
(Written By: Bill Callahan)

Grand Theft Auto (Video Game)
Brett Favre (Athlete)
Erin Brockovich (Movie)
The Exorcist (Movie)
"You're Gonna Die Up There" (Quote From The Movie The Exorcist)
Facebook (Social Networking Service and Website)
Lucy (Character From The Peanuts Comics)
Pretty In Pink (Movie)
Carson Daly (Television Host)
Simon Baker (Actor)
Run Lola Run (Movie)
Ouija Board (Supposedly Used To Communicate With Any Spirits)
When Harry Met Sally... (Movie)
Red Heat (Movie)
Linda Blair (Actress)
Chained Heat (Movie)
Siouxsie Sioux (Musician)
Bauhaus (Band)
Bjork (Musician)

Season 4, Episode 5: Shawn Has the Yips
(Written By: Kell Cahoon & Bill Callahan)

Yankees (Major League Baseball Team)
Chuck Knoblauch (Athlete)
Keith Olbermann (Political Commentator)
Wes Craven (Director/Writer)
Fred Flintstone (Character From The TV Show The Flintstones)
A Sports car Named Desire (1951) (Referencing The Movie A Streetcar Named Desire)
Nordstrom (Department Store)
Meineke (Car Care Center)
Tony Robbins (Self-Help Author And Success Coach)
Lethal Weapon 2 (Movie)
Speed (Movie)
Sonny & Cher (Musicians)
Daniel Day-Lewis (Actor)
Torii Hunter (Athlete)
Hannibal Lecter (Movie Character)

Season 4, Episode 6: Bollywood Homicide
(Written By: Steve Franks & Anupam Nigam)

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Movie)
All That Jazz (Movie)
White Nights (Movie)
Gregory Hines (Actor)
Nine 1/2 Weeks (Movie)
Solomon Kane (Fictional Character created by the pulp-era writer Robert E. Howard)
Indiana Jones and the "Temple of Doom" (Movie)
Corey Haim (Actor)

Season 4, Episode 7: High Top Fade Out
(Written By: Saladin K. Patterson & James Roday)

Joker (Character In The Batman Comics)
Matthew McConaughey (Actor)
Colonel Sanders (Founder Of Kentucky Fried Chicken)
New Edition (Musicians)
Beyoncé (Musician)
Destiny's Child (Musicians)
Happy Feet (Movie)
Abercrombie & Fitch (Clothing Store)
Caruso (Actor)
Rosetta Stone (Language Learning Software)
Mr. Wizard (Stage Name Of TV Scientist Don Herbert)
"Like Big Butts And I Can Not Lie" (Lyrics From Sir Mix-A-Lot's Song Baby Got Back)
Patrick Fugit (Actor)
Hammer Pants (Style Of Peg-Legged Baggy Pants From 90s)
Steve Martin (Actor)
The Spanish Prisoner (Movie)
Lean on Me (Movie)
American Ninja (Movie)
To Live and Die in L.A. (Movie)
Sugar Hill (Musician)

Season 4, Episode 8: Let's Get Hairy
(Written By: Todd Harthan & James Roday)

"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan (Wrestler)
The Junkyard Dog (Wrester)
Robert Goulet (Entertainer)
Mr. Bean (Stage Name Of Actor Rowan Atkinson)
The Wizard Of Oz (Movie)
Tony Randall (Actor)
Royal Rumble (Wrestling Pay-Per-View Event)
Mr. Peanut (Mascot of Planters)
Wonder Woman (Comic Superheroine)
Bat Phone (A Private Telephone Number That Is Handled At A Higher Priority Than A Public Line. Originating From The Batman Comics)
Halle Berry (Actress)
Gothika (Movie)
Vampira (Actress/ Stage Name Of Maila Nurmi)
"Third Thompson Twin With Dreds" (Referencing One Of The Musicians The Thompson Twins)
Deniece Williams (Musician)
Anna Paquin (Actress)
Almost Famous (Movie)
Poltergeist (Movie)
A Different World (TV Show)
Dwayne Cleophus Wayne (Character From The TV Show A Different World)
Hellboy (Movie)
Sam Elliott (Actor)
Pippi Longstocking (Character From In A Series Of Children's Books, Movies, And TV Shows)
R.P. McMurphy (Character In The Movie One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest)

Season 4, Episode 9: Shawn Takes a Shot in the Dark
(Written By: Andy Berman)

Wienermobile (Automobile Shaped Like A Hot Dog On A Bun)
Yelp (A Social Networking, User Review, And Local Search Site)
Starbucks (Coffeehouse)
The Mentalist (TV Show)
Billy Zane (Actor)
Vin Diesel (Actor)
Michelle Rodriguez (Actress)
Paul Walker (Actor)
Lucas Black (Actor)

Season 4, Episode 10: You Can't Handle This Episode
(Written By: Andy Berman)

Gomer (Character From The TV Show Gomer Pile USMC)
Yo-Yo Ma (Musician)
Captain America (Comic Book Character)
The Guardian (Movie)
Vincent D'Onofrio (Actor)
Kamala (Wrestler)
An Officer And A Gentleman (Movie)
Louis Gossett (Actor)
The Love Boat (TV Show)
Eve Plumb (Actress)
The Great Santini (Movie)
Robert Duvall (Actor)

Van Wilder (Movie)

Season 4, Episode 11: Thrill Seekers and Hell Raisers
(Written By: Kell Cahoon & Saladin K. Patterson)

Super Friends (TV Show)
Magnum, P.I. (TV Show)
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (Actresses)
It's a Small World (A Popular Attraction At Walt Disney Theme Parks)
Final Destination (Movie)
Kevin Costner (Actor)
Willow (Movie)
Meshach Taylor (Actor)
Phil Moore (Game Show Host)
Ben Hur (Movie)
It's Complicated (TV Show)
Complicated (Song By Avril Lavigne)
Avril Lavigne (Musician)
Did You See the Sunrise? (Part II) (Episode From Magnum, P.I.)

Season 4, Episode 12: A Very Juliet Episode
(Written By: Steve Franks & Tim Meltreger)

Simon Baker (Actor)
Pete Townshend (Musician)
J. K. Rowling (Author)
Harry Potter (Movie/Book Character From The Harry Potter Series)
Dumbo (Movie)
Goodfellas (Movie)
Tommy Lee Jones (Actor)
The Fugitive (Movie)
Harrison Ford (Actor)
Billy Zane (Actor)
Saving Private Ryan (Movie)
Grease (Movie)
Thunder Road (Reference To The Movie Grease)
Planet of the Apes (Movie)
Franklin Delano Roosevelt (32nd President Of The United States)
Mr. T (Actor)
The Blues Brothers (Movie)

Season 4, Episode 13: Death Is in the Air
(Written By: Bill Callahan & Anupam Nigam)

Blame it on Rio (Movie)
The Thorn Birds (TV Miniseries)
Richard Chamberlain (Actor)
Patrick Dempsey (Actor)
Outbreak (Movie)
Grey's Anatomy (TV Show)
Ted Bundy (One Of The Most Prolific Serial Killers In U.S. History)
Elisabeth Shue (Actress)
Hippy Hippy Shake (Song Originally By Chan Romero)
Ginger Rogers (Actress)
Ginger (Character From The TV Show Gilligan's Island)
Val Kilmer (Actor)
Nicolas Cage (Actor)
Con Air (Movie)
AXE For Men (Deodorant Body Spray)
Back to the Future (Movie)
Christopher Lloyd (Actor)
Frankenberry (Cereal By General Mills)
Decoder Ring (Ring Made To Reveal Secrete Messages)
Iron Eagle II (Movie)
Iron Eagle IV (Movie)
Taking of Beverly Hills (Movie)
Lady Sings the Blues (Movie)
Sidney J. Furie (Director)
Mr. Bob Dobalina (Reference To The Monkees Song Zilch)
Mistadobalina (Song By Del The Funkee Homosapien)
"I'm Not Falling For No Banana In My Tail Pipe" (Quote From The Movie Beverly Hills Cop)

Season 4, Episode 14: Think Tank
(Written By: Andy Berman & Steve Franks)

Big League Chew (Type of Bubble Gum)
Dave (Movie)
Kevin Kline (Actor)
"Winnie from The Wonder Years" (Reference To The Character Winnie From The TV Show The Wonder Years)
Cribs (TV Show)
Kenneth Branagh (Actor)
Scrooge (Character From The Novel A Christmas Carol)
Lava Lamp (Lamp Mostly Used From Decoration)
Under Siege (Movie)
Above the Law (Movie)
Steven Seagal (Actor)
Tom Cruise (Actor)
Valkyrie (Movie)
Die Hard 3 (Movie)
Kevin Costner (Actor)
Hoverboard (Reference To The Movie Back To The Future Part II)
The Jetsons (TV Show)

Season 4, Episode 15: The Head, the Tail, the Whole Damn Episode
(Written By: Steve Franks & Tim Meltreger)

Jaws 4 (Movie)
Baha Men (Musicians)
Michael Ironside (Actor)
White Chicks (Movie)
Fisher Stevens (Actor)
Michelle Pfeiffer (Actress)
America's Funniest Home Videos (TV Show)
Denzel Washington (Actor)
Glory (Movie)
Leverage (TV Show)
Leon Robinson (Actor)
Like a Prayer (Referencing One Of Madonna's Music Videos)

Season 4, Episode 16: Mr. Yin Presents
(Written By: Andy Berman & James Roday)

The Little Mermaid (Movie)
Alfred Hitchcock (Director)
Rear Window (Movie)
Night Court (TV Show)
Bruce Campbell (Actor)
The Silence of the Lambs (Movie)
Frankie Faison (Actor)
Frenzy (Movie)
The Cannonball Run (Movie)
Burt Reynolds (Actor)
Hooper (Movie)
Stroker Ace (Movie)
North by Northwest (Movie)
In Good Company (Movie)
Topher Grace (Actor)
Psycho (Music)
Rod Taylor (Actor)
Sean Connery (Actor)
The Birds (Movie)
Marnie (Movie)
Vertigo (Movie)
Canada Lee (Actor)
Lifeboat (Movie)

Season 5, Episode 1: Romeo and Juliet and Juliet
(Written By: Steve Franks)

John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt (Traditional Children's Song Of Obscure Origin)
Michael Jackson (Musician)
Lisa Marie Presley (Musician)
Elvis Presley (Musician)
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (Movie)
Panda Express (Restaurant)
Jackie Chan (Actor)
The Ten Tigers of Canton (group of ten Chinese martial artists from Canton, China, who lived during the late Qing Dynasty. They were said to be the best fighters in southern China at that time.)
R2-D2 (Character From The Star Wars Movies)
Kenny Baker (Actor/Musician)
Cassandra Peterson (Actress)
Elvira (Cassandra Peterson Alter Ego)
West Side Story (Movie)
Romeo + Juliet (Movie)
Leonardo DiCaprio (Actor)
Claire Danes (Actress)
Chinese Checkers (Board Game)
David Bowie (Actor/Musician)
Ping Pong (Game)
General Tso's Chicken (Deep-Fried Chicken Dish)
China Girl (Song By David Bowie)
Nintendo (Video Game Company)
Fist of Fury (Movie)
Pick Up Stix (Restaurant)
PF Changs (Restaurant)
"If Execute This Correctly, No. Can. Defend." (Quote From The Movie The Karate Kid)
"Your Master Teach You How To Fight With Stick?!" (Quote From The Movie The Karate Kid Part II)

Season 5, Episode 2: Feet Don't Kill Me Now
(Written By: Saladin K. Patterson)

Val Kilmer (Actor)
Jake "The Snake" Roberts (Wrestler)
Damien (Jake "The Snake" Roberts' Snake)
Prince (Musician)
Phineas & Ferb (TV Show)
"We Would Be At War With The Machines" (Referencing Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines)
"Who's Bad" (Reference To The Song Bad By Michael Jackson)
Jamba Juice (Smoothie Restaurant)
Ron Jeremy (Actor)
Japa Dog (Street Food Vendor)

Season 5, Episode 3: Not Even Close... Encounters
(Written By: Bill Callahan)

Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Movie)
Joe Piscopo (Actor)
Dungeon Master (Controls All Aspects Of The Game In The "Game"Dungeons & Dragons)
Battlestar Galactica (TV Show)
Captain Adama (Character From Battlestar Galactica)
LeVar Burton (Actor)
Star Trek (TV Shoe)
K.D. Lang (Musician)
Constant Craving (Song By K.D. Lang)
Erin Brockovich (Movie)
Pop Rocks (Candy)
Yani (Musician)
Charlton Heston (Actor)
Soylent Green (Movie)
Decepticon (Villians From The Transformers Comics)
Razzles (Candy)
Rebecca Lobo (Athlete)
Billie Jean King (Athlete)
"I Need A Speak-And-Spell And Seven Pounds Of Mashed Potatoes" (Reference To The Movies E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial & Close Encounters of the Third Kind)
JC Penny (Department Store)
Hillary Clinton (67th United States Secretary Of State)
Carly Simon (Musician)
Michael Moore (Writer/Director/Producer)
Nick Swardson (Comedian)
Chris Tucker (Actor)
Olympia Dukakis (Actress)
Tyne Daly (Actress)
Andy Berman (Actor/Writer/Producer)
Peter Flynn (Director)
Marco Ciccone (Camera Operator)
Brian Rose (Steady Cam Operator)
Clayton Bachynsky (Camera First Assistant)
She Blinded Me With Science (Song By Thomas Dolby)
LegalZoom (Online Legal Document Service)
Lilith Fair (Music Festival)
Comic-Con (Comic Book Convention)

Season 5, Episode 4: Chivalry Is Not Dead... But Someone Is
(Written By: Andy Berman)

American Gigolo (Movie)
Emmanuel Lewis (Actor)
Webster (Referring To Webster's Dictionary)
Justin Bieber (Musician)
Indecent Proposal (Movie)
George Hamilton (Actor)
Ashley Hamilton (Musician/Actor)
Tears For Fears (Musicians)
Chandler Bing (Character From The TV Show Friends)
Emmanuelle (Character In A Series Of French Softcore Erotic Movies)

Season 5, Episode 5: Shawn and Gus in Drag (Racing)
(Written By: Kell Cahoon & Tim Meltreger)

Back to the Future Part II (Movie)
The Fast and the Furious (Movie)
Sowing the Seeds of Love (Song By Tears From Fears)
Where's Waldo? (Children's Book)
Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? (TV Show)
Paul Walker (Actor)
Crankshaft (Comic)
Point Break (Movie)
Fernando (Song By ABBA)
38 Special (Musicians)
Don Corleone (Character From Movie The Godfather)
Johnny Utah (From The Movie Point Break)
Fast Break (Movie)
Gabe Kaplan (Actor)
"We have work to do Mr Bond" (Reference To The James Bond Movies)
Flea (Musician)
Pink's Hot Dogs (Hot Dog Stand)
Ronald Reagan (40th President Of The United States)
Rice Krispies (Cereal)
CK One (Cologne)

Season 5, Episode 6: Viagra Falls
(Written By: Todd Harthan)

The Superstation (Reference The The Network TV Station TBS)
Meshach Taylor (Actor)
Vacation (Movie)
Griswalds (Characters from National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation Movies)
Double Velcro Easy Stepers (Men's Shoes)
LaWanda Page (Actress)
Sanford and Son (TV Show)
Tom Landry (Athlete)
The Straight Story (Movie)
Richard Farnsworth (Actor)
Billy Zane (Actor)
"We Never Give Up" "Ring The Bell, Ding Ding" (Reference To The Movie Rocky III)
HomeTown Buffet (Restaurant)
Ricky Nelson (Musician)

Season 5, Episode 7: Ferry Tale
(Written By: Kell Cahoon & Saladin K. Patterson)

Al Gore (45th Vice President Of The United States/Environmental Activist)
Chuck E. Cheese's (Kids Restaurant/Payplace)
Friday (Movie)
Armed and Dangerous (Movie)
John Candy (Actor)
Jamie Foxx (Actor)
Tom Cruise (Actor)
Collateral (Movie)
Percy Jackson (Character In Percy Jackson & The Olympians Book Series)
Scooby-Doo (TV Show)

Season 5, Episode 8: Shawn 2.0
(Written By: Bill Callahan)

Win a Date with Tad Hamilton! (Movie)
Facebook (Social Networking Service and Website)
The Usual Suspects (Movie)
The Wonder Years (TV Show)
Alicia Silverstone (Actress)
The Crush (Movie)
Billy "White Shoes" Johnson (Athlete)
Hammer Pants (Style Of Peg-Legged Baggy Pants From 90s)
Hammer Time (Reference To MC Hammer's - U Can't Touch This)
The White Shadow (TV Show)
Ted Bundy (One Of The Most Prolific Serial Killers In U.S. History)
Thriller (Music Video By Michael Jackson)
John Stamos (Actor)
Curt Smith (Musician)
Tears For Fears (Musicians)
Crowded House (Musicians)
Neil Finn (Misician)

Season 5, Episode 9: One, Maybe Two, Ways Out
(Written By: Andy Berman & Todd Harthan)

Unchained Melody (Song By The Righteous Brothers)
"Bourne Movie" (Movie Series)
The Home Depot (Home Improvement And Construction Store)
Suspicious Minds (Song Originally By Mark James, Made Popular By Elvis)
Fine Young Cannibals (Musicians)
Spies Like Us (Movie)
Bed Bath & Beyond (Home Essentials Retail Store)
Crate and Barrel (Home Essentials Retail Store)
The Men Who Stare at Goats (Movie)
Matt Damon (Actor)
When The Going Gets Tough, The Tough Get Going (Song By Billy Ocean)
Javier Bardem (Actor)
Jon Stewart (TV Show Host/Comedian)

Season 5, Episode 10: Extradition II: The Actual Extradition Part
(Written By: Steve Franks)

The Back-Up Plan (Movie)
Ashlee Simpson (Musician)
Autobiography (Album By Ashlee Simpson)
Bittersweet World (Album By Ashlee Simpson)
Yasmine Bleeth (Actress)
Batman (Character From The Batman Comics)
"Where Does He Get Those Wonderful Toys?" (Reference From The Movies The Dark Knight And Batman)

Season 5, Episode 11: In Plain Fright
(Written By: Steve Franks & Tim Meltreger)

Facebook (Social Networking Service and Website)
Michael Myers (Movie Character In The Halloween Series)
3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain (Movie)
Winnie-The-Pooh (Character In A Series Of Children's Books)
Scooby-Doo (TV Show)
Girl, Interrupted (Movie)
Crazy People (Movie)
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (Movie)
Boat Trip (Movie)
Cuba Gooding Jr. (Actor)
Horatio Sanz (Actor)
Stroker Ace (Movie)
Clyde (Character From The Movie Stroker Ace)
Lugs (Character From The Movie Stroker Ace)
Pembrook (Character From The Movie Stroker Ace)
Say Say Say Video (Reference To Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson Music Video)
Saving Private Ryan (Movie)
Lady in the Water (Movie)
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (Movie)

Season 5, Episode 12: Dual Spires
(Written By: Bill Callahan & James Roday)

Stoney Jackson (Actor)
WrestleMania (Wrestling Pay-Per-View Event)
Frederick Douglass (Leader Of The Abolitionist Movement)
Witness (Movie)
Danny Glover (Actor)
Amish (American Follower Of The Mennonite Religion)
Driving Miss Daisy (Movie)
Bob Barker (TV Show Host)
Randy Jackson (Musician)
Doc Gooden (Athlete)
Mark Bennett (Casting Director)
Pretty in Pink (Movie)
Andrew McCarthy (Actor)
Jon Cryer (ACtor)
John Cusack (Actor)
Joan Cusack (Actress)
Betty Boop (Cartoon Character)
Jose Feliciano (Musician)
General Hospital (TV Show)
Everwood (TV Show)
Treat Williams (Actor)
Nina Feeney (Character On The TV Show Everwood)
Pamela Smart (Convicted Murderer In America)
Weird Science (Movie)
Kelly LeBrock (Actress)
Holding Back the Years (Song By Simply Red)
The Village (Movie)

Season 5, Episode 13: We'd Like to Thank the Academy
(Written By: Bill Callahan & Todd Harthan)

Lionel Richie (Musician)
The Sting (Movie)
Paul Newman (Actor)
Robert Redford (Actor)
Police Academy (Movie)
Bubba Smith (Actor)
Rebecca Lobo (Athlete)
Sarah Mclaughlin (Musician)
CHiPs (TV Show)
The Bad News Bears (Movie)
The Odd Couple (Movie)
Grumpy Old Men (Movie)
Walter Matthau (Actor)
"Wax On" (Reference To The Movie The Karate Kid)
Top Gun (Movie)
Tom Cruise (Actor)
Kelly McGillis (Actress)
Sundown (Character In The Movie Top Gun)
Goose (Character In The Movie Top Gun)
Die Hard (Movie)
Walker, Texas Ranger (TV Show)
IKEA (Home Furnishing Store)
Weird Science (Movie)
Pulp Fiction (Movie)
Marvin (Character From The Movie Pulp Fiction)
Emmitt Smith (Athlete)
True Romance (Movie)
Christian Slater (Actress)
Patricia Arquette (Actress)
Michael Rapaport (Actor)
Bolo Yeung (Actor)
Jackie Earle Haley (Actor)

Season 5, Episode 14: The Polarizing Express
(Written By: James Roday & Saladin K. Patterson)

Eriq La Salle (Actor)
Powers Boothe (Actor)
Bad Santa (Movie)
Jake in Progress (TV Show)
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (Movie)
Marcus (Character From The Movie Bad Santa)
Friday (Movie)
Willow (Movie)
Disaster Movie (Movie)
Paula Patton (Actress)
Paul Bunyan (Mythological Lumberjack)
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (Athlete)
Nick Nolte (Actor)
UPN (Former Small TV Network)
Frau Farbissina (Character From The Movie Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery)
Heather Locklear (Actress)
T.J. Hooker (TV Show)
Adrian Zmed (Actor)
Dwyane Wade (Athlete)
Gabrielle Union (Actress)
It's a Wonderful Life (Movie)
A Christmas Carol (Novel By Charles Dickens)
Elf (Movie)
Graceland (Elvis Presley's Home)
Wienermobile (Automobile Shaped Like A Hot Dog On A Bun)
Ralph Tresvant (Musician)
Robin (Character In The Batman Comics)
Batgirl (Character In The Batman Comics)
Man In The Mirror (Song By Michael Jackson)
Rain Man (Movie)
Niecy Nash (Actress)
Clean House (TV Show)
Keith Sweat (Musician)
Jiminy Cricket (Disney Character)
True Blood (TV Show)
Oh Brown Snowman Gus, I Think I'll Miss You Most Of All (Reference To The Movie The Wizard Of Oz)

Season 5, Episode 15: Dead Bear Walking
(Written By: Andy Berman)

Klondike Bars (Ice cream Cookie)
Bad News Bears (Movie)
Susan Sarandon (Actress)
Sean Penn (Actor)
Harvey Milk (Politician)
Robert Prosky (Actor)
Dead Man Walking (Movie)
Seth Rogen (Actor)
Zack and Miri Make a Porno (Movie)
Stoney Jackson (Actor)
Fyvush Finkel (Actor)
Judge Judy (TV Show)
Judy Sheindlin (Judge/Star of The TV Show Judge Judy)
Neighbors (Movie)
John Belushi (Actor)
Dan Aykroyd (Actor)
Trading Places (Movie)
Cabby Mel's (Reference To Director Mel Damski)

Season 5, Episode 16: Yang 3 in 2D
(Written By: Andy Berman and James Roday)

George Carlin (Stand-Up Comedian)
William (Bud) Abbott (Actor/Comidean)
Lou Costello (Actor/Comidean)
Richard Pryor (Actor/Comidean)
Adam Brody (Actor)
Kristy Swanson (Actress)
Higher Learning (Movie)
He-Man (Character In Masters Of The Universe Series)
The View (TV Show)
Elisabeth Hasselbeck (TV Show Host)
Carbon Copy (Movie)
Susan Saint James (Actress)
Shutter Island (Movie)
Tootsie (Movie)
Barbra Streisand (Musician/Actress)
The Way We Were (Movie)
Meat Is Murder (Second Studio Album By The Smiths)
The Headmaster Ritual (Song By The Smiths)
1984 (Sixth Studio Album By Van Halen)
Van Halen (Musicians)
Tears For Fears (Musicians)
Depeche Mode (Musicians)
The Thompson Twins (Musicians)
Men Without Hats (Musicians)
Echo & the Bunnymen (Musicians)
Devo (Musicians)
Talking Heads (Musicians)
Se7en (Movie)
Gwyneth Paltrow (Actress)
One Tree Hill (TV Show)
Dawson's Creek (TV Show)
Chad Michael Murray (Actor)
Michael Bay (Director/Producer)
Summer School (Movie)
Grover's Corners (Fictional Town In The Play Our Town)
Sesame Street (TV Show)
Perfect Strangers (TV Show)

Season 6, Episode 1: Shawn Rescues Darth Vader
(Written By: Steve Franks)

Lethal Weapon 2 (Movie)
Darth Vader (Character From The Star Wars Movie Saga)
James Bond (Film/Novel/Comic Character)
Mattel Electronic Football 2 (Handheld Electronic Game)
Peter Pan (Character In The Movie Peter Pan)
Geico Gecko (Character In The Geico Insurance Commercials)
Phineas and Ferb (TV Show)
Harry Potter (Character From The Harry Potter Movies)
Russell Brand (Actor/Musician)
Gwyneth Paltrow (Actress/Musician)
Morrissey (Musician)
MIckey Mousekatool (Reference To The TV Show Mickey Mouse Clubhouse)
Wonder Woman (Comic Book Superhero)

Season 6, Episode 2: Last Night Gus
(Written By: Andy Berman)

Leeroy Jenkins (Character In An Internet Video)
Ed Lover (Actor/Musician/MTV VJ)
C'mon Son! (Reference To Ed Lover)
Baby Thor (Character In The Movie Thor)
Jon Cryer (Actor)
Children Of The Corn (Movie)
The Cosby Show (TV Show)
Bud (Character On The TV Show The Cosby Show)
The Slow Motion Walk Into The Bar (Reference To The Movie Reservoir Dogs)
"It's Hard Out There For A Pimp...... He's Trying To Get Money For The Rent" (Reference To The Song It's Hard Out There For A Pimp By Three 6 Mafia)
"Damn It, Jim" (Quote From The TV Show Star Trek)


Season 6, Episode 3: This Episode Sucks
(Written By: Todd Harthan And James Roday)

Clint Eastwood (Actor)
Blood Work (Movie)
Heartbreak Ridge (Movie)
Unforgiven (Movie)
Pink Cadillac (Movie)
City Heat (Movie)
Flat Stanley (Book)
Dracula 2000 (Movie)
Omar Epps (Actor)
Road Runner (Cartoon Character)
Wile E. Coyote (Cartoon Character)
Ryan Phillippe (Actor)
Count Chocula (General Mills Monster-Themed Breakfast Cereal)
Blacula (Movie)
Quentin Tarantino (Actor/Writer/Director/Producer)
Oprah (TV Show)
Nate Berkus (Interior Designer/TV Show Host)
Chuck Norris (Martial Artist/Actor)
NRA (National Rifle Association)
Mario Lopez (Actor)
Elisabeth Shue (Actress)
Adventures in Babysitting (Movie)
Keith Coogan (Actor)
Hans Gruber (Character In The Movie Die Hard)
Jersey Shore (TV Show)
JWoww (Jennifer Farley's Nickname On The TV Show Jersey Shore)
Carrie (Movie)
Lock, Stock and Two Toasted Bagels (Reference To The Movie Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels)
Roommates Named Eddie And Jake (Reference To The Novels/Movies 'Twilight' Characters Edward And Jacob)
Freeze Frames May Be A Reference To The TV Miniseries Salem's Lot
"Let The Right Ones In Buddy" (Reference The Movie Let The Right One In)
Shawn's Costume (The Character Lastat From The Novel The Vampire Lestat)
"I Can't Help Being A Gorgeous Fiend. It's Just The Card I Drew." (Reference To The Novel The Queen of the Damned)
"See You Next Wednesday" (A Reference To A Recurring Gag In Most Films Directed By John Landis)
"If He Lets A Vampire Into His House, It's Free to Feed On Him At Will (Reference To The Movie The Lost Boys)
Laverne & Shirley (TV Show)
"Shoot The Glass" (Quote From The Movie Die Hard)
Quantum Leap (TV Show)
Scott Bakula (Actor)
"Is Tamara Here?" (Quote From The Movie The Strangers)

Season 6, Episode 4: The Amazing Psych-Man & Tap Man, Issue #2
(Written By: Saladin K. Patterson)

C'mon Son! (Reference To Ed Lover)
Phineas & Ferb (TV Show)
Perry The Platypus (Character On The TV Show Phineas & Ferb)
Charles Bronson (Actor)
Clint Eastwood (Actor)
Gran Torino (Movie)
Benedict Arnold (A General In The Continental Army)
Mr. T (Actor)
Battle of the Network Stars (Series Of Television Specials)
Diff'rent Strokes (TV Show)
"Mantis Light In The Sky" (Reference To The Bat-Signal)
Lilith Fair (An All Female Concert Tour and Traveling Music Festival)
Crockett (A Character On The TV Show Miami Vice)
Mork (A Character On The TV Show Mork & Mindy)
Riverdance Man (Reference To A Type Of Irish Stepdancing)
"I Know You, Know I'm Not Telling The Truth. I Know You Know" (Lyrics From The Show's Theme Song)

Dead Man's Curveball
(Written By: Bill Callahan)

Michael Chiklis (Actor)
Pete Rose (Athlete)
C'mon Son! (Reference To Ed Lover)
Tito Jackson (Musician)
Rod Carew (Athlete)
Baltimore Orioles (Major League Baseball Team)
Oakland Athletics (Major League Baseball Team)
Texas Rangers (Major League Baseball Team)
Susan Sontag (Author)
Val Kilmer (Actor)
Darren Sproles (Athlete)
Silk Stalkings (TV Show)
Sparky Anderson (Athlete)
O.J. Simpson (Athlete)
Jamie Farr (Actor)
Pittsburgh Pirates (Major League Baseball Team)
Tonya Harding (Figure Skater)
Steve Garvey (Athlete)
Cahoon (Kel Cahoon Is A Writer For The Show)
Rodriguez (James Roday's Given Last Name)
Damski (Director Mel Damski)
Henze (Executive Producer Chris Henze)
Kulchak (Kelly Kulchak Is The Executive Producer)
Franks (Steve Franks Is The Show Creator And Executive Producer)
Jacott (Jacott Carlos Is A Writer For The Show)
Patterson (Saladin K Patterson Is A Writer For The Show)
Meltreger (Tim Meltreger Is A Writer For The Show)
Harthan (Todd Harthan Is A Writer For The Show)
Crabtree (David Crabtree Is The Editor For The Show)
Callahan's Bar (Reference To Bill Callahan The Shows Writer)

Season 6, Episode 6: Shawn, Interrupted
(Written By: Kell Cahoon)

The Legend Of Zelda (Video Game Series)
Girl, Interrupted (Movie)
"This Place Is A Fascist Torture Chamber" (Quote From The Movie Girl, Interrupted)
"Where's Lisa? Where's Lisa?!" (Quote From The Movie Girl, Interrupted)
Winona Ryder (Actress)
Lakers (NBA Basket Ball Team)
Suggs (Musician)
Kenny G (Musician)

Season 6, Episode 7: In For A Penny...
(Written By: Todd Harthan)

Gary Busey (Actor)
Brian Williams (News Anchor)
Saito Nagasaki (Musician)
Robin Hood (Heroic Outlaw)
Foghorn Leghorn (Cartoon Character)
The Town (Movie)
Good Will Hunting (Movie)
Mister Ed (A Talking Horse In The TV Show Mister Ed)
Mad Men (TV Show)
Time After Time (Song By Cyndi Lauper)

Season 6, Episode 8: The Tao Of Gus
(Written By: Tim Meltreger)

Michael Jackson (Musician)
Elvis (Musician/Actor)
Janis Joplin (Musician)
Janice Dickinson (Actress/Supermodel)
Dr. Evil (Character In The Austin Powers Films)
Children Of The Corn (Movie)
Xanadu (Movie)
Footloose (Movie)
Kevin Bacon (Actor)
Lori Singer (Actress)
Almost Famous (Movie)
Kate Hudson (Actress)
Cheech (Actor/Comedian)
Lynette Alice "Squeaky" Fromme (Member Of The "Manson Family")

Season 6, Episode 9: Neil Simon's Lover's Retreat
(Written By: Carlos Jacott)

Monster House (Movie)
Overlook Hotel (Fictional Hotel From The Novel And Movie The Shining)
Shamu (Orca "Killer Whale")
Nintendo DS (Handheld Gaming Consol)
The Wild Stallion (Movie)
Connie Sellecca (Actress)
The Real Housewives (Reality TV Series)

Season 6, Episode 10: Indiana Shawn And The Temple Of The Kinda Crappy, Rusty Old Dagger
(Written By: Steve Franks)

Shamu (Orca "Killer Whale")
Sea World (Marine Mammal Park, Oceanariums, And Animal Theme Park)
Van Gogh (Painter)
Edgar Degas (Painter)
Pierre-Auguste Renoir (Painter)
"Get You Damn Hands Off Her" (Quote From The Movie Back To The Future)
Back To The Future (Movie)
Batman (Character From The Batman Comics)
Howard Hughes (Businessman, Aviator, Engineer, Film Director/Producer, Investor)
Indiana Jones (Fictional Character In The Indiana Jones Franchise)
Louvre (Museum)
Raiders (Reference To The Movie Raiders of the Lost Ark)
Tony Cox (Actor)
Rick Springfield (Musician)
Jeff Goldblum (Actor)
F/X (Movie)
F/X2 (Movie)
Bryan Brown (Actor)
Full Body Massage (Movie)
Benji the Hunted (Movie)
Angelina Jolie (Actress)
The Tourist (Movie)
Golden Globe (Movie And TV Award)
David Lee Roth (Musician)
127 Hours (Movie)
Thomas Kinkade (Painter)
Indiana Jones And The Temple of Doom (Movie)
Lao Che (Character In The Movie Indiana Jones And The Temple of Doom)

Season 6, Episode 11: Heeeeere's Lassie
(Written By: Todd Harthan & Tim Meltreger)

Nintendo DS (Handheld Gaming System)
Thundercat (Type Of Character In The TV Show ThunderCats)
"Eddie Adams From Torrance" (Reference To The Movie Boogie Nights)
Kilimanjaro, Tanzania (Famous City)

Season 6, Episode 12: Shawn and the Real Girl
(Written By: Andy Berman)

Survivor (TV Show)
Womack (Brad Womack Was The Bachelor In The 11th And 15th Season Of The TV Show The Bachelor)
Larenz Tate (Actor)
Backstreet Boys (Musicians)
Survivorman (TV Show)
NBC (TV Network)
Friends (TV Show)
Huxtable (Family On The TV Show The Cosby Show)
Bud (Character On The TV Show The Cosby Show)
The Cosby Show (TV Show)
Tyler Perry (Actor/Director/Writer/Producer)

Season 6, Episode 13: Let's Doo-Wop It Again
(Written By: Saladin K. Patterson & Kell Cahoon)

Chaz Bono (Only Child Of Sonny And Cher)
The Black Eyed Peas (Musicians)
Fergie (Musician)
DeBarge (Musicians)
Mato Seco (Musician)
Lori Petty (Actress)
Jake Gyllenhaal (Actor)
Family Circus (Comic Strip)
The O'Jays (Musicians)
Barry White (Musician)
"Wind & Fire" (Reference To The Musicians Earth, Wind & Fire)
LL Cool J (Actor/Musician)
"Great White Shark" (Reference To The Movie Deep Blue Sea)
"Michael Myers" (Reference To The Movie Halloween H20: 20 Years Later)
Queen Latifah (Actress/Musician)
Last Holiday (Movie)
Sandra Bernhard (Comedian/Musician/Actress/Author)
Elephant Man (Nickname Of Joseph Merrick)
Chewbacca (Character In The Star Wars Saga)
Prince Markie Dee (Musician)
The Fat Boys (Musicians)
Gladys Knight & The Pips (Musicians)
Matisyahu (Musician)
The Boy In The Plastic Bubble (Movie)
Bubble Boy (Movie)

Season 6, Episode 14: Autopsy Turvy
(Written By: Andy Berman & James Roday)

Haley Joel Osment (Actor)
Pay It Forward (Movie)
The Country Bears (Movie)
Beary Barrington (Character In The Move The Country Bears)
The First 48 (TV Show)
Gary Sinise (Actor)
The King And I (Stage Musical)
Gerber Baby (Trademark Logo Of The Gerber Products Company)
Lost In The Parade (Song By Michael McDonald)
After Hours (Movie)
Jerry Garcia (Musician)
Blair Underwood (Actor)
Just Cause (Movie)
Hot in Cleveland (TV Show)
Red Shoe Diaries (TV Show)
Gloria Estefan (Musician)

Season 6, Episode 15: True Grits
(Written By: Saladin K. Patterson)

Penitentiary (Movie)
Penitentiary II (Movie)
Penitentiary III (Movie)
Spike Lee (Director/Producer/Writer/Actor)
Do the Right Thing (Movie)
The Grapes of Wrath (Movie/Novel)
George Washington Carver (Scientist/Botanist/Educator/Inventor)
Lance Bass (Musician)
FoxTrot (Comic Strip)
Carlito's Way (Movie)
Ice Cube (Musician/Actor/Producer)
Lada Gaga (Musician)
Born This Way (Song By Lady Gaga)
"Looks Like The Guy From The Blind Side" (Reference To Quinton Aaron In The Movie The Blind Side)
The Voice (TV Show)
"One In Chance, One In Community Chest" (Reference To Special Cards Used In The Board Game Monopoly And Finance)
Uncle Remus (Fictional Character In Collection Of Books)
Superman (Action Superhero)
Krypton (Superman's Home Planet)
Benjamin Button (Character In The Movie The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button)

Season 6, Episode 16: Santabarbaratown
(Written By: Steve Franks & Bill Callahan)

The Bachelorette (TV Show)
Snoopy (Character In The Peanuts Comic Strip)
Hammertime (Reference To M.C. Hammer)
Summer School (Movie)
Ski School (Movie)
Dean Cameron (Actor)
Matthew McConaughey (Actor)
Ryan Phillippe (Actor)
The Lincoln Lawyer (Movie)
Prop 8 (Ballot Proposition In the 2008 California Elections)
The Insiders (TV Show)
Hall & Oates (Musicians)
Mary Stuart Masterson (Actress)
"Forget It, Shawn. It's Just Santa Barbara." (A Reference To The Final Line In The Movie Chinatown)
"The Candyman Makes The World Taste Good" (Quote From The Movie Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory)

Season 7, Episode 1: Santabarbaratown 2
(Written By: Steve Franks & Bill Callahan)

Taco Bell Doritos® Locos Taco (Type of Taco)
Mary Poppins (Movie)
Buckingham Palace Guards (Guards At The Official London Residence and Workplace Of The British Monarch)
Johnny 5 (Character In The Movie Short Circuit)
Short Circuit (Movie)
Mel Gibson (Actor)
American Idol (TV Show)
Scott MacIntyre (Musician)
Bruce Hornsby (Musician)
Anthony Michael Hall (Actor)
Everyone Poops (Book)

Season 7, Episode 2: Juliet Takes A Luvvah
(Written By: Andy Berman)

"The B In Apartment 23" (Reference To The TV Show Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23)
The Boy Who Could Fly (Movie)
Milly (Character in The Movie The Boy Who Could Fly)
Eric (Character In The Movie The Boy Who Could Fly)
"Debbie Does Santa Barbara" (Reference To The Movie Debbie Does Dallas)
The Mentalist (TV Show)
Whitesnake (Musicians)
Tom Selleck (Actor)
Paulina Porizkova (Actress)
Her Alibi (Movie)
Rotten Tomatoes (Website For Film News and Reviews)
James Farentino (Actor)
Bride of Chucky (Movie)
Sex And The City (TV Show)

Season 7, Episode 3: Lassie Jerky
(Written By: James Roday)

Denzel Washington (Actor)
Glory (Movie)
Angelina Jolie (Actress)
Original Sin (Movie)
Harry and the Hendersons (Movie)
John Lithgow (Actor)
Don Quixote (Movie)
Lost In La Mancha (Movie)
The Notebook (Movie)
Wild Orchid (Movie)
Last Tango In Paris (Movie)
Jungle Fever (Movie)
Catacombs (Movie)
The Bridge On The River Kwai (Movie)
Bill Holden (Actor)
Matthew Perry (Actor)
Tony Randall (Actor)
Jeff Probst (Actor)
Cannibal Holocaust (Movie)
Predator (Character In The Movie Predator)
Love & Basketball (Movie)
 
Season 7, Episode 4: No Country for Two Old Men
(Written By Kell Cahoon)
 
Yours, Mine and Ours (Movie)
I Am Legend (Movie)
Von Trapps (Family The Inspired The Movie The Sound Of Music)
Erik Estrada (Actor)
 
Season 7, Episode 5: 100 Clues
(Written By Todd Harthan)
 
Eyes Wide Shut (Movie)
Boogie Nights (Movie)
Oscar De La Renta (Fashion Designer)
Denzel Washington (Actor)
Dave Thomas (Founder Of The Restaurant Wendy's)
Wendy's (Restaurant)
Mohamed Ali (Athlete)
Barbara Streisand (Actress/Musician)
Stephen Spielberg (Director/Producer)
Bojangles (Restaurant)
Ricky Ricardo (Character From The TV Show I Love Lucy)
Derek Hough (Dancer)
Dancing with the Stars (TV Show)
Axl (Musician)
Slash (Musician)
Morrissey (Musician)
Johnny (Musician)
Lionel Richie (Musician)

 

Season 7, Episode 6: Cirque Du Soul
(Written By Saladin K. Patterson)

 

Eddie Murphy (Actor)

48 Hrs. (Movie)

Hertz (Car Rental)

To Catch A Predator (TV Show)

Tito Jackson (Muscian)

Mikey (Character In The Movie Swingers)

Nikki (Character In The Movie Swingers)

Swingers (Movie)

 

Season 7, Episode 7: Deez Nups
(Written By Bill Callahan & James Roday)

 

The Hangover (Movie)

Michael Damian (Actor/Musician)

Spider-Man (Comic Book Superhero)

The Humpty Dance (Song/Dance By Digital Undergound)

Up (Movie)

Space Camp (Space & Science Exhibit/Camp)

NRA (National Rifle Association)

Wang Chung (Musicians)

 

Season 7, Episode 8: Right Turn or Left for Dead
(Written By Carlos Jacott)

 

Animotion (Musicians)

Joanie (Character In The TV Show Joanie Loves Chachi)

Chachi (Character In The TV Show Joanie Loves Chachi)

Sid (Character In The Movie Sid and Nancy)

Nancy (Character In The Movie Sid and Nancy)

Bert (Character In The TV Show Sesame Street)

Ernie (Character In The TV Show Sesame Street)

Erasure (Musician)

Take A Chance On Me (Song By Erasure)

Hooch (Character In The Movie Turner & Hooch)

George Costanza (Character In The TV Show Seinfeld)

 

Season 7, Episode 9: Juliet Wears the Pantsuit
(Written By Brittany Hilgers)

 

Bill Clinton (42nd President of the United States)

Maria Shriver (American Journalist/Author)

"Where Does The Lotion Go?" (Quote From The Movie The Silence of the Lambs)

Jamie Foxx (Actor/Musician)

"Jamie Foxx With An Old Chello" (Reference To The Movie The Soloist)

Poltergeist (Movie)

Herman Cain (Entrepreneur/2012 U.S. Presidential Candidate)

Single White Female (Movie)

Bridget Fonda (Actress)

Steven Weber (Actor)

Our House In The Middle Of Our Street (Reference To The Song Our House by Madness)

Jennifer jason Leigh (Actress)

Tom Sizemore (Actor)

LeVert (Musician)

Whodini (Musician)

Cuba Gooding, Jr. (Actor)

Radio (Movie)

Boat Trip (Movie)

Sleeping With The Enemy (Movie)

Fibonacci Sequence (Numbers In A Specific Integer Sequence)

 

Season 7, Episode 10: Santa Barbarian Candidate
(Written By Tim Meltreger)

 

EMF (Musicians)

You're Unbelievable (Song By EMF)

James Cromwell (Actor)

Babe (Movie)

"That'll Do, That'll Do" (Quote From The Movie Shrek)

Dave And Busters (Restaurant And Entertainment Business )

Rob Lowe (Actor)

"How Do You Like Them Apples" (Quote From The Movie Good Will Hunting)

Barack And Michelle (44th US President and First Lady)

Franco Nero (Actor)

Tommy Howell (Actor)

Thunderdome (Arena In The Movie  Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome)

Snowy River (Reference To The Movie The Man From Snowy River)

Seabiscuit (Champion Thoroughbred Racehorse In The United States)

 

Season 7, Episode 11: Office Space
(Written By Andy Berman & Todd Harthan)

 

Bruce Willis (Actor)

Blind Date (Movie)

Cagney & Lacey (TV Show Characters/TV Show)

Jack Bauer (Character In The TV Show 24) 

Rob Lowe (Actor)

Color Me Mine (Paint Your Own Pottery Studio)


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Posted 16 March 2011 - 07:42 PM

I had the same idea, but you beat me to the punch.

Kudos, this is a very good list.

I'll see if you missed anything tomorrow, 'cause it's almost 3 AM here..off to bed.

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Posted 16 March 2011 - 09:13 PM

In Season 2 Episode 6 there was a reference to 'Short Circuit' a movie.

EDIT: Actually, scratch that. I'm not actually sure if that was the correct episode, I'll get back to you.

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Posted 16 March 2011 - 09:30 PM

Hot Damn! That list should be a webpage unto itself! I'm impressed.
FYI In Gus' Dad may have Killed an Old Guy, Shawn referenced The Tell Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe in the lookout room and Gus referenced Psycho to scare Shawn in retaliation

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Posted 17 March 2011 - 04:11 AM

Why didn't you write Twin Peaks in Dual Spires?

Edit- oops, your wrote Police Academy, my bad. But there's still this ^

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Posted 17 March 2011 - 03:21 PM

:o that's a long list!!!!!
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"you named your fake detective agency psych? why dont you just call it, hey we're fooling you and the police department,hope we dont make a mistake and someone dies because of it."
"get your wood out of her face"
"as a rebecca lobo set shot!" "glass!!"
"Ben?......Ben!!!" "He's dead shawn."
"Read my thoughts" "........waffles!" " My god, that's amazing."
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Posted 17 March 2011 - 03:34 PM

Oh. Mr. Yin Presents. You left off Canada Lee in Lifeboat. I'll let you know if I spot more. LOL
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Posted 17 March 2011 - 04:02 PM

Wow, well done, kudos for putting this together, audiovissual!! I did some research on some of the eps, a bit long for a post. Have sent you a DM with additions :)
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Posted 17 March 2011 - 05:15 PM

I'm glad to be part of the Psych community. Please post any references that I missed and I'll update my post as I get time. I only had subtitles for S1 and S2. S3-S5 I had to go by what I heard. If you would like to contribute. If you could try to keep it organized how I have it that would defiantly help when i go through and update it. For Example:

"quote" or "reference" (then person, movie, tv show, or what ever it may have been of or come from. )

thanks for the input and I hope this helps the person that was looking for all of the movie references too.

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Posted 25 March 2011 - 07:42 PM

i updated the list from the latest ones i have been given. If you have more, please post them and I'll update the list.

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Posted 04 April 2011 - 07:59 PM

I have one: in "Woman Seeking Dead Husband...," Shawn says something about the finding the "Dread Pirate Wilcroft's treasure," which is probably a ref to "Dread Pirate Roberts" from "The Princess Bride." (One of my fav movies, too :D.)
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Posted 06 April 2011 - 02:19 PM

Thanks a lot! Now I can prove to my friend, without waiting for season 5 on DVD, that Shawn at one point made a Phineas and Ferb reference!
"Your smoke detector is a paper bowl with an M & M stuck to it. " (Earth, Wind, and...Wait for it!)
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Posted 06 April 2011 - 03:27 PM

Wow, nice thread! If I think of any, I'll add them.

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Posted 06 April 2011 - 09:39 PM

I have one: in "Woman Seeking Dead Husband...," Shawn says something about the finding the "Dread Pirate Wilcroft's treasure," which is probably a ref to "Dread Pirate Roberts" from "The Princess Bride." (One of my fav movies, too :D.)


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Posted 07 April 2011 - 04:58 AM

I just came across another one from the Pilot:

Shawn is awed that the sister of the "kidnap victim" reads Vonnegut.

Kurt Vonnegut - writer

BTW this is a great resource for references for the earlier seasons, it's really extensive. They stopped listing the references after S 2 or 3, but what they have is great.

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Posted 14 April 2011 - 07:55 PM

I just came across another one from the Pilot:

Shawn is awed that the sister of the "kidnap victim" reads Vonnegut.

Kurt Vonnegut - writer

BTW this is a great resource for references for the earlier seasons, it's really extensive. They stopped listing the references after S 2 or 3, but what they have is great.


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Posted 22 April 2011 - 04:03 PM

Wow, I just found a really obscure reference while listening to the radio.
Shawn's phrase about Juliet being "An enigma wrapped in a little blonde riddle" (S2 Ep5 Down the Stretch...) seems to be a garbled rendition of the following Winston Churchill quote about Russia in1939 :lol: :

"I cannot forecast to you the action of Russia. It is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma; but perhaps there is a key.
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Posted 22 April 2011 - 05:56 PM

Here's another one, in season 5 episode 16 "Yang in 3D", Gus says somthing to the effect of "Can we say one last goodbye to Grover's Corners?" that is refferce to the play OUR TOWN Spefictly Emily's speech in Act 3 where she says goodbye here life,inculding her hometown Grover's Corners, after she had died.



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Posted 06 May 2011 - 02:20 PM

I'm surprised no references were ever made about The Equalizer. That one of the best shows of the 1980s!

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Posted 10 May 2011 - 08:26 PM

Here's another one, in season 5 episode 16 "Yang in 3D", Gus says somthing to the effect of "Can we say one last goodbye to Grover's Corners?" that is refferce to the play OUR TOWN Spefictly Emily's speech in Act 3 where she says goodbye here life,inculding her hometown Grover's Corners, after she had died.



it's already up there. it's one of the last ones posted. not in as much detail as you have given though. thanks for more info on it.




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