!!The regular series:
* "A Pig-Boy and His Dog":
** Eleanor is depressed, so Franklin goes to [[Series/HomeImprovement Wilson]] for advice. However, "Wilson" is just a scarecrow with a frog perched on its shoulder, so Franklin takes its advice to mean that he should convince his wife to "Rivet, rivet, rivet." Cut to Eleanor high on a construction site riveting into a girder:
--->'''Eleanor:''' Franklin, this just isn't working out.\\
'''Franklin:''' ''([[ShoutOut With nothing under him, he is holding on to his hard hat, which is glued onto the bottom of a beam]])'' Forget the rivets, darling, [[ProductPlacement Krazy Glue will hold any surface together! It's Kraaaaaazy!!]]
** Later:
--->'''Franklin:''' Oh, Wilson, my wife is happy again!\\
''("Wilson" is actually a scarecrow with an owl perched on its shoulder)''\\
'''"Wilson":''' Hoo.\\
'''Franklin:''' My wife, Eleanor.\\
'''"Wilson":''' Hoo.\\
'''Franklin:''' My wife, Eleanor.\\
'''"Wilson":''' Hoo.\\
'''Franklin:''' My wife, Eleanor. ''(Continues into the night...)''
** Jay even closes the episode with, "Goodnight, ''Critic'' fans. And a special goodnight to those of you just tuning in for ''Home Improvement''." (At the time, this show was that show's lead-in.)
** When Eleanor has a meeting about her new book, the publisher compares it favorably to another author: [[Creator/DrSeuss Dr. Seduce]] and his book, ''[[Literature/HortonHearsAWho Horton Hears His Neighbors In Bed]]''.
--->'''Franklin:''' ''(reading it)'' Oh goodie! It's a pop-up book!
** Jay's nightmare of being attacked by his ever-growing dog, which starts off as a parody of ''Film/JurassicPark''.
--->"Help! Help! Or at least put me in a better Spielberg movie!"\\
''([[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor cut to a]] Film/{{Jaws}} sequence)''
** Franklin speaks to an oversized plush doll of Eleanor's book character The Fat Little Pig, thinking it's Jay.
--->'''Franklin:''' Good news, son. I found the perfect mate for you. ''(Holds up a {{Franchise/Barbie}} doll)'' Her name is Barbie and she's from Malibu. Now she has a boyfriend named Ken, but he's not much of a man. ''(Leans over and whispers)'' [[BarbieDollAnatomy I checked]].
** When everyone realizes the pig is an expy of Jay, Duke shouts, [[Film/{{Deliverance}} "Make him SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEAAALLL!!"]]
* The reason everyone was at the debutante ball was, as Franklin said, "To see those nitro-burning funny cars! Vroom vroom!"
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xslyoK9uobE Jay's student film]] ''[[StylisticSuck L'artiste est Morte.]]''
* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yaKxRN2LdEI Speed Reading.]]''
-->'''Jay:''' That wasn't a clip, that was the entire movie.
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QsaerU7kgI Duke's kaledoscope vision.]]
* In the episode "Sherman, Woman and Child":
** Jay has an... uneven first meeting with Alice and Penny Tompkins when they share a taxi in the rain.
--->'''Jay:''' I'm Jay Sherman, the famous film critic. I used to have a big show on ABC... for about a week. ''(gets into taxi with Alice and Penny)''\\
'''Alice:''' I'm Alice Tompkins and this is my daughter Penny.\\
'''Penny:''' You didn't like ''Disney/TheLionKing''! You're mean! ''(Punches Jay in the nose)''\\
'''Alice:''' ''(Surprised)'' Penny!\\
'''Jay:''' It's all right. Rex Reed did the same thing.\\
'''Penny:''' ''(Smiling apologetically to Jay)'' I'm sorry. ''(Kisses him on the nose)''\\
'''Jay:''' Aww. Rex did that too.
** When Alice asks Jay when a woman last dressed him, we see a flashback of a 14-year-old Jay getting on a bus to summer camp, dressed in a "Little Boy Blue" outfit complete with blonde curls peeking out of the hat:
--->'''Eleanor:''' Have fun at summer camp, son. ''(kisses him goodbye; Jay gets on the bus, and as it pulls away, Franklin sees the words "ATTICA PRISON" on the back)''\\
'''Franklin:''' Sweetie, I think that was the bus to Attica prison.\\
'''Eleanor:''' Oh. Well, Jay can be their little mascot! ''(cut to Jay peering gloomily through the back window)''
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YspPQ6zQpQ Madonna's appearance on Humphrey The Hippo]] a few months after her appearance on DavidLetterman.
--->'''Humphrey:''' Hey, kids! Let's welcome our special guest Madonna!\\
''(She appears on screen)''\\
'''Humphrey:''' Hey, Madonna!\\
'''Madonna:''' Don't [[[SoundEffectBleep Censor Bleep]]] with me, hippo.\\
'''Humphrey:''' Hey, do you eat with that mouth?\\
'''Madonna:''' Yeah, and I also [[[SoundEffectBleep Censor Bleep]]] and [[[SoundEffectBleep Censor Bleep]]] with it.\\
'''Humphrey:''' Oooooooooo!
** Duke's hospital statue across the street:
--->'''Duke Statue:''' ALL HAIL DUKE! DUKE IS LIFE! ALL HAIL DUKE! DUKE IS LIFE! ''(a pigeon flies into the statue's mechanized mouth)''\\
'''Duke:''' Pigeons really like the sound of my voice- ''(a pigeon flies into the real Duke's mouth)''
** While talking to Jeremy Hawke about how Alice has turned his life around, Jay has a LoveEpiphany; Jeremy encourages him to act on it as only Jeremy can.
--->'''Jeremy:''' I want you to go to that woman's house tonight, and tell her how you feel about her!\\
'''Jay:''' ''(pounds table with resolve)'' I'll do it!\\
'''Jeremy:''' In the words of the poet, ''[[CanisLatinicus carpe canem!]]''\\
'''Jay:''' ''(stands up)'' YES! ''(leaves, then returns)'' "Carpe canem"? Seize the ''dog?''\\
'''Jeremy:''' You heard me!\\
'''Jay:''' YES! ''(cut to Jay marching down the street to Alice's building)'' Seize the dog. Seize the dog. ''(picks up a dog; in same vocal inflections)'' This can't be right. This can't be right.
** After Jay plays the accordion to thwart Cyrus:
--->'''Jay:''' ''(To Alice)'' Look, I don't know what this looks like to you. I've lost my ability to tell between what's cute and what's idiotic.
* One of the first {{Couch Gag}}s:
-->'''Gene Shalit:''' ''(phoning Jay in the opening credits)'' Hi, this is Gene Shalit. I'm having a bad hair day. If you don't believe me, look out the window!
** In another couch gag, Jay is showing a clip parodying the Franchise/JamesBond movies, with a suave secret agent in a tuxedo riding a jet ski with a beautiful young woman...until a large wave knocks off his toupee and dentures, revealing him to be a lecherous old man [[note]]The Bond actors tend to be well into their 50's before they retire from the role, yet are still paired with actresses half their age[[/note]]. The terrified girl screams and jumps in the water.
* In a scene from ''The Bodyguard 2'':
-->''(Creator/KevinCostner is simultaneously carrying The Three Tenors in his arms, trying to keep his balance while he carries them out the back door of a theatre)''\\
'''Three Tenors:''' ''(singing)'' Weeeee-HEE-heeeee-HEE-heeee will always love yoooooooooou!\\
''(Costner suddenly falls, and the weight of the three causes his back to break)''\\
'''Luciano Pavarotti:''' [[IncrediblyLamePun Boy, this guy can't carry a tune.]]\\
''(All three tenors laugh)''\\
'''Luciano Pavarotti:''' ''(seriously)'' Hey fellas, ''(lays handkerchief on Costner's face)'' I think he's dead.\\
''(All three tenors laugh)''
* A scene from ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nerv5YEiJok Jurassic Park 2: Revenge of the Raptors]]'' (the actual sequel was released three years after the episode):
-->'''Richard Attenborough:''' You may have us, but you'll never get off the island!\\
'''Raptor:''' ''(speaking in an English accent, holding a pipe)'' I beg to differ. For you see, the other Raptors and I have constructed a crude suspension bridge to Venezuela. Once there, I shall lie low and assume odd-jobs under the name "Mr. Pilkington." But perhaps I've said too much... ''(smokes pipe)''
* Any time Orson Welles shows up.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Za3EuqU385k For example:]]
--->'''Orson Welles:''' Hello, I'm Orson Welles. What follows is a terrifying journey into the world of magic, mystery -\\
'''Lawyer:''' Mr. Welles, this is a ''video will''.\\
'''Orson Welles:''' What? Look, I don't need to do this, I've got a fish stick commercial in an hour. ''(Walks away but then comes back)'' Oh what the hell, I need the money. ''(Sits back down)'' What follows is a terrifying journey into the world of probate, beneficiaries, and ''GOBLINS!''\\
'''Lawyer:''' Mr. Welles!\\
'''Orson Welles:''' Fine, fine, no goblins. I give you ... '''''THE LIVING WILL!''''' ''(Laughs evilly)''
** As well as:
--->'''Orson Welles:''' And remember, there is no fish stick like Mrs. Pell's.\\
'''Lawyer:''' ''(Off-screen)'' This isn't a commercial.\\
'''Orson Welles:''' ''I know'', [[CompanionCube that was just a declaration of love]]. ''(Eats one)'' Yes. Oh, ''yes!'' '''They're even better raw!'''
** Later, his ghost appears to Margo:
--->'''Orson Welles:''' Yes, they're alive. But I have gone to a better place. A place ''filled'' with Mrs. Pell's fishsticks! ''(eats them)'' Yes, oh, ''yes!'' They're even better when you're '''''dead'''''!
** And who can forget [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IH1PJTY9AVA green pea-ness?]]
--->'''Orson Welles:''' Rosebud. Yes, Rosebud Frozen Peas. Full of country goodness and green pea-ness ... Wait, that's terrible! I quit! Just a handful for the road. ''(Takes a handful and pops a few in his mouth.)'' Oh, what luck! There's a French fry stuck in my beard! ''(Eats)'' Oh yeah.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3B3C5hR1lk Blotto's Wine.]]
--->'''Orson Welles:''' A rich, full-bodied wine sensibly priced at a dollar a jug. And now, for a little magic, I will make this jug disappear. ''(glug, glug, glug)''
*** The fact that Welles is played by MauriceLamarche in his [[WesternAnimation/PinkyAndTheBrain Brain]] voice makes the whole thing a thousand times funnier.
* Jay reviews ''Barney: The Motion Picture'', starring one of America's best actors:
-->'''Marlon Brando:''' This is so humiliating. You know I had to lose a hundred pounds to play a dinosaur? Canít even see through the eyeholes on this thing. ''(crashes into a wall)'' Whoa! ''(and falls over, grunting)''\\
'''Kid:''' Hey, Barney's being funny!\\
'''Brando:''' No I'm not. I don't do comedy. Not since ''The Freshman'', that piece of crap. I don't know what I was thinking making that picture, let me tell ya.
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_whw4sLCgyY "Cookie Puss, I will eat your soul!"]]
* When Jeremy played a US President.
-->'''19th Century Terrorist:''' Who are you?\\
'''Jeremy:''' [[BondJamesBond My name's Monroe. James Monroe.]] And here's a taste of The Monroe Doctrine.\\
''([[IKnowKarate karate chop!]])''\\
'''Jeremy:''' ''(to BondGirl)'' Welcome to the Era of Good Feelings.\\
'''BondGirl:''' [[SealedWithAKiss Oh, James!]]
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_bH_d7fppI Franklin the Sailor Man.]] Supposedly, this is one of his more ''accurate'' memories.
* All the scenes with Dudley Moore.
* Jay and Marty play ''[[TheProblemWithLicensedGames Escape from]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AaTTfXR9kF4 the Big Apple]]''.
-->'''Marty:''' Hurry up Dad, you've only got ten seconds to get to Long Island!\\
'''Jay:''' Uh-oh, Yankee Stadium is emptying out!\\
'''Marty:''' ''(As character gets attacked by crowd)'' And it's Nickel Beer Day! ''(Character jumps over crowd)''\\
'''Jay:''' Oh no, the Reverend Al Sharpton!\\
'''Al Sharpton:''' [[BlahBlahBlah Blah-Blah-Blah! Blah-Blah-Blah! Blah-Blah-Blah! Blah-Blah-Blah! Blah]]---''(Character withers away to a skeleton, then to [[NoBodyLeftBehind dust]] and "Game Over" appears)''
* Milton Berle's appearance in the final episode.
* The numerous "[[OhCrap horrified realisation]]" gags. For example, from "A Song for Margo":
-->'''Jay:''' ''(Getting dinner from the fridge)'' What's that sulfur smell coming from the egg bin? Oh, it must be the eggs have ripened. Wait a minute ... Eggs don't ripen! EGGS DON'T RIPEN! ''(Monstrous chickens hatch from the eggs, causing Jay to slam the refrigerator door shut.)''
* "Frankie and Ellie Get Lost" is a goldmine of hilarity.
** Another "horrified realisation" joke: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JsZbSzMi08 Penguins can't fly!]]
--->'''Franklin:''' A penguin! ''(Grabs bottle of [[BrandX Johnny Swagger]] brand alcohol)'' And he's been drinking! Wait a minute ... Penguins can't fly! PENGUINS CAN'T FLY! ''(Plane goes down)''
** Margo is listening to the black box from the plane, and hears the following exchange:
--->'''Franklin:''' Help! Our plane's going down, and our pilot's a penguin!\\
'''Penguin:''' Wak-wak-wak!\\
'''Franklin:''' No I will not "pray with you"!
** After creating a hut, Franklin made a signal fire that spells out "NEED RUM". The funniest part? The pilot of a passing plane notices this and presses the "Rumdrop" button, which, well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin drops a bottle of rum]], which has its own parachute.
** In their video will, Franklin reveals that, when Jay was a child, he dropped him on his head ... for a whole day!
** Jay, the beneficiary of Franklin and Eleanor's estate, goes on a tour of the various Sherman-owned industries. They're all various evil industries, including a cigarette company that markets to children. The executive shows Jay and Alice an episode of ''Humphrey the Hippo'':
--->'''Humphrey:''' ''(who is smoking a cigarette)'' Hey kids, have you been smokin' like I asked you to?\\
'''Little girl:''' ''(with a really hoarse voice, provided by Doris Grau)'' Yeah, I'm up to four packs a day!\\
''(the girl holds the packs up proudly)''\\
'''Humphrey:''' Today, Humphrey's gonna teach you all what happens when you get a lung removed:\\
''(all the kids gasp in shock)''\\
'''Humphrey:''' ''(holds out an ice cream cone)'' You get ice cream!\\
'''Kids:''' Yaaaaaaay!\\
''(the hoarse-voiced little girl then coughs pretty heavily)''\\
'''Little girl:''' ''(tiredly)'' Yay!
*** And right afterwards, when the CorruptCorporateExecutive of the factory finds out he's being shut down:
--->'''Jay:''' That's it! I'm shutting this place down!\\
'''Executive:''' But Mr. Sherman, think of the children. If they don't have cigarettes, [[MoralEventHorizon what'll they do after they have sex]]?\\
'''Jay:''' You're a ''bad'' man.\\
'''Executive:''' Hey, if it's a crime to encourage children to smoke and have sex, [[TemptingFate then lock me up]].\\
''(GilliganCut to him locked up in the back of a police van)''\\
'''Executive:''' ''(dejected)'' I need a hug.
* Duke promised to pay $100 to anyone Jay couldn't make laugh within a month ... and a legion shows up at Duke's building to collect, including Jay's parents.
-->'''Jay:''' Mom? Dad? I never made you laugh?\\
'''Franklin:''' Well, I did chuckle a bit when you tried to eat that bird and fell over the cliff.\\
'''Eleanor:''' No, Franklin, ''that'' was the [[WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner Road Runner]].\\
'''Jay:''' ''(Shamefully)'' No, that was me.
** And how does Duke get out of having to pay this? Jay's GoofyPrintUnderwear (in this case, "Film/RearWindow").
** The song the crowd of people suing Duke sings, to the tune of "Take Me Out the Ballgame", since the class action suit had so many people that the judge housed it an [=LaCoy=] Stadium.
--->'''Crowd:''' We're all suing Jay Sherrr-man, we want damages too! We're going to take him for every nickel...\\
'''Jay (to Duke):''' You're the reason that we're in this pickle!\\
'''Duke:''' Shut up!
* When Duke breaks down crying on ''Coming Attractions''.
-->'''Male TV Announcer:''' ''(talking fast-paced)'' Viewer Disclaimer: Duke Phillips is not himself. He has been mixing [=NyQuil=] and [=DayQuil=].
* When Doris lies and convinces Duke that she was the SouthernBelle from his costume ball:
-->'''Jay:''' Duke, this is crazy. She's not from the South.\\
'''Doris:''' I'm from Alabama.\\
'''Duke:''' [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mobile_Alabama Mobile?]]\\
'''Doris:''' Just barely.\\
''(later that night at Duke's mansion)''\\
'''Jay:''' Doris, you are ''not'' from the South.\\
'''Doris:''' I told you, I'm from Alabama.\\
'''Duke:''' [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuscaloosa,_Alabama Tuscaloosa?]]\\
'''Doris:''' No, I use Denture Grip.\\
''(later, when Miranda finally reveals herself, after refusing to meet him because she had a single crow's foot)''\\
'''Miranda:''' You don't mind my wrinkle?\\
'''Duke:''' Hey, I was going to marry ''her'' and she's nothing but wrinkles. Her whole body looks like [[RonaldReagan Reagan's]] neck.\\
'''Doris:''' ''(dully annoyed)'' Good one, Duke.
* In "Eyes on the Prize," Jay shows a clip of his "legendary" interview with Cher. Nothing but fifteen seconds of bleeped out curse words.
-->'''Cher:''' ''(as Jay looks at her disconcerted)'' You no good [[[SoundEffectBleep Censor Bleep]]]! [[[SoundEffectBleep Censor Bleep]]] you, you piece of [[[SoundEffectBleep Censor Bleep]]]! Kiss my white feminine toned and tattooed [[[SoundEffectBleep Censor Bleep x4]]]!
-->'''Jay:''' ''(after clip ends)'' [[SarcasmMode A very classy lady]].
* Anytime Jay's stomach talks.
* Duke trying to make Jay aggressively plug ''{{Webster}}'' on his show:
-->"Jay, ya gotta help me; I thought I was buying ''DiffrentStrokes''!"
* In "Marathon Mensch," [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HoVtehl38wM&t=19m38s two movie employers in Hollywood celebrate]] over ''The New York Chronicle'' reporting Jay missing and feared dead while running in the New York marathon.
-->'''Female Movie Executive:''' Woo hoo! Sherman's gone!\\
'''Male Movie Executive:''' Let's release that unwatchable Steve Guttenberg movie, quick!\\
'''Female Movie Executive:''' Uh... [[TakeThat which one?]]
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqN5fLeHr6Y&t=17m07s Duke's soft-serve ice cream maker.]]
-->'''Jay:''' Could this possibly be any more disgusting?\\
'''Duke:''' You should see the muffin shooter.
* From the episode "Dukerella":
** Jay and Alice dressed up as [[ShoutOut Homer and Marge Simpson]] for Duke's costume ball.
--->'''Alice:''' Jay, where'd you park?\\
'''Jay:''' I left my car with the valet.\\
'''Alice:''' There's no valet!\\
'''Jay:''' [[CatchPhrase D'OH!]]
** A few moments later:
--->'''Jay:''' Hello, Duke...\\
'''Duke:''' What are you dressed as? The Bald Gay Man?\\
'''Jay:''' ''(Sarcastically)'' Yes, that's it. The Bald Gay Man.\\
'''Duke:''' Attention everybody! We have a winner for the best costume. Jay Sherman as the Bald Gay Man! All you other Bald Gay Men can go home!\\
''(Cue several actual bald, gay men angrily murmuring as they storm off)''
** Also at the party, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5Omu7C61EU after Franklin transforms into The Mask and behaves erratically:]]
--->'''Eleanor:''' Oh dear. This is just what he did at [[RichardNixon Nixon's]] funeral.
* In "Dial M For Mother", after getting test audience feedback, Jay is apparently worse than Hitler.
--> '''Duke Phillips:''' No, not worse, just less warm and cuddly.
** In the same scene, two teenagers in a focus group visit the station:
--->'''Male teen:''' You know, that dude with the mustache is really gnarly!\\
'''Female teen:''' Is he in a band?\\
'''Jay:''' That's ''Adolf Hitler''! Don't you recognize him?!\\
'''Male teen:''' Oh right, he played the mailman on ''Series/{{Cheers}}''. Heh.
* Jay reviews ''Rabbi, P.I'', starring Ahnold. The movie is about a cop who goes undercover as a rabbi.
-->'''Jay:''' Because I love you people, I won't force you to watch the musical number. Well, maybe just a little.
-->'''Ahnold:''' ''(Singing)'' Oh, dreidel, dreidel, dreidel! I made you out of clay!
** The joke is revisited in the final episode:
--->'''Jay:''' Arnold specifically asked me not to show the clip of his musical number. So here it is! (same clip plays)
** And immediately after the clip, Jay announces that Arnold Schwarzenegger is the next guest. But he doesn't come through the door. A skinny, nebbish man comes out and says, "Arnold's not coming. You made him cry." and leaves. Jay improvises: "Uh... Arnold Schwarzenegger, everybody! Wasn't he great??"
* After Prince Charles is thrown out of a preschool:
-->'''Prince Charles:''' I'll have your heads for this!\\
'''Guard:''' Who died and made you king?\\
'''Prince Charles:''' ''(sniffing)'' Nobody.
* From the episode "[[{{Film/Misery}} Miser]][[WholePlotReference able]]":
** Before going inside [[spoiler:Jay's demented fan]]'s house, Jeremy first buys a gun from a soda machine that sells guns.
** There's also Jay's [[RepeatingAd fail]][[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment ed]] billboard.
--->'''Jay:''' Buy my book! Buy my book! Buy my book!
** The Jay Sherman Video Tape Rewinder sound. "ACKEM!!!"
** When Jeremy pulls the gun on the kidnapper.
--->'''Jay:''' Jeremy wait, you don't know how to use that!
--->'''Jeremy:''' Jay it's a gun, not a bloody Xerox machine!
** The talking bookstand in Jay's likeness is used to knock out Jay's kidnapper, but then...:
--->'''Jay Bookstand:''' Buy my book! Buy my book! Buy my boo- ''(Jeremy shoots its head)''\\
'''Jeremy:''' ''(To Jay)'' Sorry, it had to be done.\\
'''Jay:''' Why? All he said was "Buy my book! Buy my book! Buy my book!" ''(Jeremy points his gun at him)'' I'll be quiet.
** Jeremy watches one of his movies, which features him kicking in the door and brandishing a bazooka:
--->'''Jeremy:''' So you're the nine liberal judges who outlawed unreasonable search and seizure.[[note]]Of course, the actual law is one of the original Bill of Rights.[[/note]]\\
'''Supreme Court Judge''': Souter made us do it! (All point to Souter, who gives a smirk)\\
'''Jeremy:''' You better lock the doors, 'cause we'll be rewriting some laws tonight!
* The clip of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5sfd8LV2jOc Beverly Hills Robo K9 Cop and a Half 2]]:
-->'''[[DaChief Police Chief]]''': Listen Callahan, your partners have a way of dying on you. So I got you a new rookie fresh from the academy.\\
'''Rookie:''' Hi. ''(Explodes)''\\
'''Callahan:''' That's a new one on me.\\
'''Police Chief:''' Alright, Callahan, I've got some new partners for you: a woman, [[Film/CopAndAHalf a cute little kid]], [[Film/TurnerAndHooch an ugly old dog]], [[Film/TheodoreRex a dinosaur]], and a leprechaun.\\
'''Leprechaun:''' I'll be your lucky charm! ''([[MadeofExplodium Explodes]])''
** Inside Callahan's car.
--->'''Callahan:''' Now look, you don't like me and I don't like you. But we're in this together. Any questions?\\
'''Kid:''' Can I go potty?\\
'''Callahan:''' For the last time, no!
** Later, Arnold Schwarzenegger appears...[[GilliganCut while they are at a truck stop restroom.]]
--->'''Arnold''': You think you've got problems? I'm partnered with a pig, an alien, Siamese twins, a sofa, and a second-rate mime.\\
'''Mime:''' Hey, I'm stuck in a box! I can't get- ''([[RuleofThree Explodes]])''
* In "From Chunk to Hunk," When Alice meets Jay's ex-wife Ardeth for the first time, Ardeth proceeds to give Alice several spooky warnings before Jay reminds her the divorce judge told her she couldn't do that. Ardeth then pulls out a skull-tipped staff and starts shaking it before Jay says "and no hexes, either!"
* From "L.A. Jay":
-->'''Jay:''' Our last film tonight stars Creator/AlPacino in ''[[Film/ScentOfAWoman Scent of a Jackass]]''\\
'''Slade:''' Hoo-hah! Charlie, you pimply little preppie, I'm going to kill myself.\\
'''Charlie:''' Good!\\
'''Slade:''' I mean it, you MTV-watching mama's boy. I'm gonna pull the trigger.\\
'''Charlie:''' Fine, if it'll shut you up.\\
'''Slade:''' You're going to miss my "hoo-hah", my tangoing, my blind driving, my "hoo-hah"...\\
'''Charlie:''' You said that already!\\
'''Slade:''' I say that a lot. Hoo-hah!\\
'''Jay:''' Talk about overusing a CatchPhrase! [[HypocriticalHumor HOTCHIE MOTCHIE! It stinks!]]
* Jay returns to his old job at the end of "Uneasy Rider"; Duke immediately gives it back to him, claiming he can't stand Rex Reed any longer.
-->'''Rex Reed:''' ''(singing)'' Yuuuuum-my, yummy yum yum!\\
'''Duke:''' He doesn't review movies; he just sits there singing that stupid song! Every time he ''does'', I have to pay some Navajo fifty bucks!
* The Ted Kennedy cameos, both Young Ted Kennedy at Franklin and Eleanor's wedding in '55, and "present day" Ted Kennedy appearing at a square dance hosted by the Shermans.
--> '''Ted:''' I, er, didn't come here with pants, and I'm not ''leaving'' with pants!
* The Jay Sherman Roach Spray, which just makes the roaches look like Jay Sherman. And they constantly cough "Ach-um Ach-um Ach-um!"
* In "Sherman of Arabia":
** When Jay sends Duke a message via rat to help him get out of prison in Baghdad, Duke just throws the rat into a bin titled "Rats from Jay", revealing that Jay had sent him other rats over the years, all of them having a message attached and unread.
--->'''Duke:''' ''(Sorting through his mail)'' [[BillBillJunkBill Junk mail, junk mail, junk mail, rat from Jay]].
** When a helicopter comes to rescue Jay from the prison camp but can't hoist him out.
--->'''Chopper's pilot:''' I don't get it, this thing's supposed to lift a tank.\\
'''Jay:''' [[SarcasmMode Could you speak a little louder?]] I think a couple of guys in Jordan didn't hear you!\\
'''Off-screen voice:''' Yes, we did!
** The newspaper headline that outright states that George Bush Sr. lost re-election because of a photo of him shaking hands with Jay after the latter's successfull escape from Gulf War Iraq, due to film critics being "the most despised profession there is - except for pre-op groin shaver." The headline: "Bush Loses!" Made even better by the sub-headline: "[[UsefulNotes/BillClinton Fat, Lecherous Hillbilly Elected]]."
* "Siskel & Ebert & Jay & Alice":
** Jay listening to his answering machine:
--->'''Creator/GeneSiskel:''' Hey, Jay! It's Gene Siskel. I've decided I'd like YOU to be my partner. Let me know if you're game so I can tell Rex Reed to get lost.\\
'''Creator/RogerEbert:''' Jay, it's Roger Ebert. How'd you like to be my new partner? Give me a call so I can get Rex Reed out of my hair.\\
'''Rex Reed:''' Jay, it's Rex Reed. I don't care if you got the job. I've got a NEW partner. ''(monkey screeches)'' That's right, Pauline Kael!
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4CgidgNnrM#t=181 The opening scene]] from Soft Copy's look back at the start of Siskel and Ebert's careers. Two kids are watching the original MickeyMouseClub.
--->'''Narrator''': "It is the 1950s. Americans are finding Communists everywhere."\\
''(Boy dances in)'' "I'm Bobby!"\\
''(Girl dances in)'' "I'm Anette!"\\
''(A grown man with a bushy moustache dances in)'' "I am Igor Theodorvich Kropotki- [[BlatantLies I mean... Skippy!]]"
** ''Soft Copy'' goes on to report that two TV movies were made about the split of Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jN_JVaJhlCI This scene is from the FOX version.]]
--->"Booty booty booty! YEEEEAAAAH BOY-EEEEEE!"
** We are treated to a flashback of Jay interviewing [[Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory Willy Wonka]]:
--->'''Jay:''' So tell us about your film, Mr. Wonka.\\
'''Willy:''' We have a fascinating kind of candy that turns wicked children into giant blueberries. Hm, where did it go?\\
'''Jay:''' ''([[ImplausibleDeniability suddenly puffed up like a blueberry]])'' I have no idea.\\
''(Jay's falls onto the floor after his chair breaks. Duke then walks on-stage)''\\
'''Duke:''' ''(as he rolls Jay away)'' Son, you've got a date with Mr. Smucker.
** After the episode, Siskel and Ebert review the episode, saying it didn't make much sense. At that moment, Blueberry!Jay rolls by happily. At that point, both of them adopt a ScrewThisImOuttaHere attitude and leave.
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sr13Y-wu3nU&t=152 Jay tries to use a thigh master]].
--> '''Jay:''' Nobody called about my script... Maybe a little exercise will take my mind off it.\\
''(The thighmaster violently reopens, forcing Jays leg into a split position, causing Jay to scream in pain)''
* From ''A Few More Good Men'', starring Christian Slater and William Devane:
-->'''Christian Slater (as Kaffee):''' I want the truth!\\
'''Jack Nicholson (as Jessup):''' You can't handle the truth!\\
'''Christian Slater:''' I can handle the truth!\\
'''Jack Nicholson:''' The truth is, you talk like me, you act like me, you don't have an original bone in your body.\\
'''Christian Slater:''' That's a freakin' lie!\\
'''Judge:''' Could the stenographer read that last part back?\\
'''William Devane:''' What am I, a freakin' mynah bird?
* "From Chunk to Hunk":
** Marty is told he needs to go into remedial gym. The principal opens the door to the classroom, and we hear pained groans coming from inside, at which the principal remarks, "Oh, no, that's remedial choir."
** The [[Film/TheExorcist exorcism]] camp.
--->'''Camp leader:''' Sound off.\\
'''Children:''' ''(moaning while their heads spin around)''\\
'''Camp leader:''' Sound off.\\
'''Children:''' ''(more moaning/head spinning)''
** Another "delayed realisation" gag:
--->'''Jay:''' ''(During his review of [[Disney/TheLionKing The Cockroach King]])'' The only good thing about this film were the edible chocolate roaches they gave out. ''(Eats one)'' Mm-mmm!\\
''(The "chocolate" roaches suddenly crawl away)''\\
'''Jay:''' Wait a minute ... [[FridgeHorror Edible roaches don't crawl!]] EDIBLE ROACHES DON'T CRAAAAWWWWLLLL!
** He does this again while mentioning how he sat through all of Creator/WilliamShatner movies, including ''Film/KingdomOfTheSpiders'':
---> '''Jay:''' Altough they did give out these edible chocolate spiders! ''(the spiders crawl away and Jay groans in disgust)''
* Ross Perot and James Stockdale as pizza deliverymen.
-->'''Perot:''' If we don't deliver this pizza in thirty minutes, it's free! What's the hold-up?\\
'''Stockdale:''' Grrrrridlock! ''(cut to the two stuck in traffic)
* This scene:
-->'''Exec:''' There he is, my favorite critic! ''(shakes the critic's hand and slips him a bill'') This time we really need something catchy for the ads.\\
'''Bribed Critic:''' How's this? "This movie is so good, it made ''Hud'' look like ''Film/{{CHUD}}'', and I loved ''Film/{{CHUD}}''!"\\
'''Exec:''' (whispering) I... LOVE it.\\
'''Jay:''' You haven't even seen the movie yet! I'm going to report you to the National Film Critic's Association.\\
'''Bribed Critic:''' ''(unconcerned)'' Uh-huh. They're over there, by the free buffet.\\
'''Movie Usher:''' Uh, excuse me, folks, this buffet is ''just'' for Roger Ebert.
* The episode "All The Duke's Men" is just crammed full of these.
** Duke's inexplicable Irish bashing in his presidential campaign, including a poster of him kicking a leprechaun with the caption "Irish Suck. Vote for Duke".
** Duke asking his campaign workers to sell people his book series ''History Of Western Meat'' when they call.
--->'''Duke:''' The first volume, ''Pressed Ham'', is free for 30 days.\\
'''Jay:''' And the cover's made of pressed ham!\\
'''Duke:''' No it's not!\\
'''Jay:''' Oh... ''(shrugs and takes a bite out of it anyway)''
** In the B-plot, Marty, as newly elected class president, attempts to finish his class homecoming float by himself. It was supposed to be a man on horseback, but just ends up being a giant horse's ass. Which is then accidentally set on fire during the parade.
--->'''Jay:''' It's a giant horse's ass! ''(to camera, smiling)'' You're watching Fox. Give us ten minutes, we'll give you an ass.
** Eleanor trying to help Jay decide if he should fire his father from the campaign or not.
--->'''Eleanor:''' Jay, sit on my lap. ''(crushing noise)'' '''Get OFF my lap!'''\\
'''Jay:''' But it's so comfortable.
** Franklin's opening speech as Duke's running mate.
--->'''Franklin:''' As the first black female head of the Ku Klux Klan, I'd just like to say ''AMERICA STINKS!''\\
'''Duke:''' This may hurt us more than it helps us.
** This:
--->'''Reporter:''' Welcome to the 1996 Vice Presidential Debate. Now, since this is so boring and pointless, we will periodically be showing clips from ''Series/{{Baywatch}}''.\\
'''Woman:''' Help, help! An octopus stole my bikini top!\\
'''Mitch:''' I'll get it, but first, I better put on my octopus repellant. ''(slathers it on his chest seductively)'' Ooh, oh yeah, that's ''goood'' octopus repellant.
** Duke responding to an unwelcome question from a reporter after Duke announced he just married June Lockhart.
--->'''Reporter:''' Mr. Phillips, what do you say to those who claim this marriage is just an outrageous publicity stunt?\\
''(the reporter is suddenly standing still)''\\
'''Duke:''' Is there a follow-up question?\\
'''Reporter:''' ''(robotically)'' How may I serve you, evil one?
*** Jay later brings this up.
---> '''Jay:''' Listen Duke, I'm starting to have my doubts about this whole campaign. The phony June Lockhart wedding, the unmotivated Irish bashing, your use of the ''eeeeeevil eeeeye''...
** ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usegltieVAY Apocalypse WOW.]]''
** ...'''[[BrickJoke VOTE FOR DUKE!!!]]'''
--->'''Jay:''' ''(Annoyed)'' Get that ''off'' my show.
** Duke Phillips [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rshem5ejOh8 shows off his political "skills"]] after Jay quits as his speechwriter.
--->'''Duke:''' I'm Duke Phillips, and from now on I'm speaking my own mind. First, I'll tell you what I'm really gonna do as president. I'll run this country like I run my company. I'm gonna raid the pension fund, dump chemicals in the ocean, and sell our best assets to the Japanese.\\
'''Ronald Reagan:''' ''(watching Duke on TV with Nancy Reagan)'' Ooh! Looks like Reaganomics is making a comeback.\\
'''Duke:''' Half of you states are in the toilet, and you're not coming out! New York, you know what I'm talking about! California, kiss your smoggy butt goodbye! New England, you're going back to Old England.\\
'''Queen Elizabeth II:''' ''(watching Duke on TV)'' [[CrossdressingVoices Eww, I don't want that.]]\\
'''Prince Charles:''' ''(comes in with a tray of tea)'' [[NoIndoorVoice MORE POISON!? I MEAN, TEA!?]]\\
'''Queen Elizabeth II:''' Ah, don't mind if I do. ''(looks in the cup)'' You almost had me there. ''(whacks him over the head with her scepter, knocking him unconscious)''\\
'''Duke:''' Well, that's my speech. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to put on some leather and go get spanked. ''(gets on his horse)'' Vote for Duke. Good night. ''(rides off)''
* From "Eyes On the Prize":
** Jay reminiscing about the first time he won the UsefulNotes/PulitzerPrize.
--->'''Jay:''' ''(dancing in a disco, complete with a 70s polyester suit)'' I'm a maniac, maaaaniaaaac on the floor! And I'm dancing like I never danced before! ''(he accidently stomps through the glass floor, then turns to an attractive woman, showing off his Pultizer hanging around his neck in a chain)'' Hey baby! Know what this is?\\
'''Woman:''' Your dog tags from the Battle of the Nerds?!\\
'''Jay:''' ''(sadly)'' You're mean...
** Duke tells Jay that he's starting to repeat himself and shows a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPBTE0wlZF4 three-split screen video]] as proof:
--->'''Jay:''' ''(section 1, from 1988)'' ''Film/RainMan'' ''(section 2, from 1992)'' ''Film/AFewGoodMen'' ''(section 3, from 1993)'' ''The Firm'' ''(all together)'' is the latest stinker from TomCruise. He doesn't act anymore, he's on ... Cruise Control! AAAAAAHAHAHA! AAAAAAHA! I JUST ... I JUST! MADE THAT! UP!
** Jay's party celebrating his 1000th episode flops ("There was a day this room would've been a ''third'' full"), but a woman turns up, claiming she's the head of the Sherman fanclub... then asks him to sing the theme from ''Here Comes the Brides''.
--->'''Duke:''' Wait a minute, you think he's ''Bobby Sherman''!
*** Jay goes along with it, and starts singing to her as Bobby Sherman.
** Jay visits his agent, who greets him with: "Hey you, my favorite... guy or girl??"
** Jay as a frontman for ''English for Cab Drivers'':
--->'''Jay:''' Hello, I'm Jay Sherman. This morning on ''English For Cab Drivers'', I was going to teach you how to say "He was already dead when I hit him."
** At the Pulitzer Prize ceremony, the host mentions the following:
--->'''Jimmy Breslin:''' Tonight, we will honor the greatest writers in America with a modest 9x12 certificate and a check for three thousand dollars. ''Three thousand dollars?!'' Creator/StephenKing makes that for writing "Boo" on a cocktail napkin!
* In "Dial M For Mother", the day after Jay berates his mom on national TV:
--> '''Richard Nixon:''' ''(at the next table)'' Excuse me. I seem to have ''lost'' my appetite. ''My'' mother was a SAINT!!\\
'''Jay:''' Yes, I'm sure she was ''unimpeachable''. (Nixon grumbles and walks away)
** In the same episode, Geraldo Rivera's conversation with Franklin:
---> '''Geraldo:''' Frank, my name is Geraldo. Can you ''say'' Geraldo?\\
'''Franklin:''' Raldo!\\
'''Geraldo:''' Good. Do you mind if we talk?\\
'''Franklin:''' The time for talk is passed. Now is the time for ''action''!\\
'''Geraldo:''' ...I understand you can say your name backwards. Is that true?\\
'''Franklin:''' Nilknarf!\\
'''Geraldo:''' What's your favorite food in the whole, wide world?\\
'''Franklin:''' Nilknarf!
* Jay's brief stint as a trucker is mainly memorable for the fact that his 'How's my Driving?' bumper sticker gave the number of his car phone.
--> '''Jay''' ''(answering phone):'' Hello! Are you dissatisfied with Mr. Sherman's driving? ''(twiddling the wheel)'' Is he swerving back and forth? ''(pumping the brakes)'' Is he making sudden stops and starts? ''(rolls down the window, cup in hand)'' Is he throwing a vanilla shake at you??
* In "Lady Hawke":
--> '''Duke:''' I know that Olivia chick. She gave me the wildest night of my life. Then, when I woke up, she was gone. She didn't even stay to cuddle! ''(cries)''\\
'''Doris:''' ''I'd'' never walk out on you. ''(growls seductively, but her dentures fall out)'' ...That wasn't very sexy, was it? ''(Duke shakes his head)''
* In "A Song For Margo", Eleanor wants to hire a new butler after their old one jumped ship for Johnny Wrath's. This leads to Franklin dressing as ''Film/MrsDoubtfire'':
--> '''Franklin:''' ''(falsetto)'' Hello, I'm Mrs. Doubtfranklin. Watch me lose my false teeth, and set my bosoms on fire!\\
'''Eleanor:''' Oh, Franklin, you're not fooling anybody.\\
'''Franklin:''' ''(normal voice)'' Oh, I'm sorry dear. I just did this because I wanted to see the children.\\
'''Eleanor:''' You can see them ''anytime''.\\
'''Franklin:''' Well who wants to do ''that''?!
** One of the film clips Jay reviews has Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger as Mrs. Doubtfire.
--->'''Arnold:''' See my fake bosoms? They're really grenades. '''''(BOOM!)''''' [[CatchPhrase They'll be back.]]
* In "Eyes on the Prize":
--> '''Adolph Hitmaker:''' Hmm, where to begin.\\
'''Jay:''' I know, you're going to tell me I'm fat.\\
'''Adolph Hitmaker:''' Donít you dare! If you want the world to love you, you must be big and jolly, like Santa Claus, or Rush Limbaugh!\\
'''Jay:''' You mean I can eat whatever I want? Wow! You're not just some quack, are you?\\
'''Adolph Hitmaker:''' A quack? Could a quack have escaped from a mental hospital in the Philippines? I don't think so!\\
''(later on ''Coming Attractions'', Jay is morbidly obese)''\\
'''Jay:''' Even for a sequel, ''Refried Green Tomatoes'' is a deeeelicious treat. Coming up next: The latest from John... ''Candy''? Ooh, don't mind if I do!\\
''(cut to some guys watching the show)''\\
'''Man:''' Check it out: Ebert ate Siskel!\\
''(cut to a grotesquely overweight Marlon Brando, who's also watching the show)''\\
'''Brando:''' That Adolph Hitmaker does good work.\\
''(cut to a TV salesman presenting a demo to a couple)''\\
'''TV Salesman:''' And each TV comes with state-of-the-art digitally enhanced sound.\\
''(turns on all the [=TV=]s, which happen to be on the channel airing ''Coming Attractions'', just in time to hear Jay loudly belching, which is so loud the store shakes and results in the couple leaving unimpressed, and the salesman hanging his head in shame)''
* ''[[Film/{{Arthur}} Arthur]] 3: Revenge of the Liver'':
--> '''Doctor''': Arthur, I'm afraid you have... acute cirrhosis.\\
'''Arthur''': And ''you'' have a cute little butt! ''(raspy laugh)''\\
'''Doctor''': No, you don't understand. Your pancreas is swollen to the size of a basketball!\\
'''Arthur''': Oh no wonder I dribble so much! ''(raspy laugh)''\\
'''Doctor''': This is very serious! You have less than a year to live!\\
'''Arthur''': ''(noticing a jar of tongue depressors)'' Oh don't look now, but somebody's eaten all your popsicles. ''(raspy laugh)'' Why, there's a piano. ''(sits down and starts playing, singing)'' "I've got a liver the size of coconuts..."\\
'''Jay''': By the end of this film, you'll feel you've really shared something with Arthur: The dry heaves!
* ''[[Film/WhatsLoveGotToDoWithIt Ike Turner: My Story]]''
-->'''Ike Turner:''' Tina, I love you, but if you need to go solo to satisfy yourself artistically, I understand. I ''more'' than understand. I ''respect'' you for it.\\
'''Music/TinaTurner:''' You are the greatest lover who walked the planet! I'll ''always'' love you, Ike!\\
'''Ike Turner:''' My work is done here. Now Rick James and I are going to go found the ''National Organization for Women''.
* When Marty runs for class president, his platform is that he's the "regular kid candidate". When he announces this, two kids in the audience, who look and sound almost exactly like Marty, give an intrigued, "Hmm!"
* In "Frankie and Ellie Get Lost", an old 1950's newsreel is shown at Frank and Eleanor's anniversary. One of the clips involves Frank, Ted Kennedy, and Albert Einstein:
--> '''Narrator''': Franklin, a rhodes scholar who's never had a drink in his life, samples the punch whipped up by young Ted Kennedy.\\
(Frank drinks it and immediately drops to the floor, spinning around and around)\\
'''Ted Kennedy''': Shut up, you chowderhead. ''(pulls Frank up by sticking his fingers in Frank's nose)''\\
'''Frank''': Nyah-ah-ah!\\
''(Albert Einstein laughs)''\\
'''Ted Kennedy''': What are you laughing at, Einstein?\\
''(Ted rips a lock of Einstein's hair out; Einstein retaliates by throwing a pie at Ted, but missing and hitting Eleanor Roosevelt.)''\\
'''Eleanor Roosevelt''': Well, this is a fine how-do-you-do.\\
''(hit with two more pies and falls down)''\\
'''Narrator''': ''(chuckles)'' Take ''that'', Mrs. Roosevelt.
* In "Sherman of Arabia", Eleanor is brought on-stage:
--> '''Eleanor''': I think you media jackals are a pack of filthy muck-raking scum! What you people did to poor Dan Quayle is a disgrace! ''I hate you all!!''... except for you good people at the New Yorker.\\
''(The New Yorker mascot, Eustace Tilley, is seen in the audience)''\\
'''Eustace Tilley''': Bravo, Mrs. S.\\
'''Mediator''': And now, Jay's father would like to say a few words.\\
'''Franklin''': If I could be a vegetable, I'd be a carrot.\\
''(reporters take notes)''
** Later, the newspaper features a side story with Franklin's face: "Carrot Man to Big Apple: 'I Miss My Baby Carrot!'"
* In "Dial M For Mother", Jay has an idea for how to improve his image:
--> '''Jay''': ''(hands Duke a list)'' Films I have ''loved''.\\
'''Duke''': Okay, but this better not be a bunch of artsy foreign films that nobody gives a crap about.\\
'''Jay''': ...Let me just revise the list a little. ''(grabs the list and tears off one tiny square)'' Eh?\\
'''Duke''': ''(reading square)'' Citizen ''who''??\\
'''Jay''': ''(smiling nervously)'' ...[[Film/CitizenKane Kane]]?
* In "Marathon Mensch", at the start of the marathon, Jay is leading the pack of runners, prompting Bob Costas to exclaim, [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miracle_on_Ice "Do you believe in miracles?!"]] But immediately after, Jay is trampled by the other runners.
* In "A Song For Margo", Alice is looking for a preschool for Penny. One of their stops is a seemingly normal preschool.
--> '''Principal''': We have room for your daughter.\\
'''Alice''': Wonderful! But I'd like a tour first.\\
'''Principal''': A tour? Uh, yes, of course...\\
''(principal opens a door to a dungeon room with a bunch of kids turning gears while moaning in agony)''\\
'''Alice''': This is child labor!\\
'''Principal''': Well, yes.\\
'''Kid''': Sir, have we sold enough ''Simpsons'' merchandise yet?\\
'''Principal''': NEVER!!!
* Everything about ''Star Trek Generation X''.
* When Jay is in Hollywood, there's a brief scene of a silhouetted Ahnold walking in front of his window. He takes off what looks like his shirt but is revealed to be a fake set of muscles, leaving a supremely skinny guy with a deep voice saying, "No one must know."
* When Duke fires a nude Jay[[labelnote:List]](he was nude because he thinks being nude inspires himself artistically)[[/labelnote]] in "Eyes on the Prize":
--> '''Jay''': It's just too humiliating. Please, Duke, look in your heart. I'm begging you, look in your heart!\\
''(a tabloid reporter bursts in)''\\
'''Reporter''': Mr. Sherman, I'm from a disreputable newspaper tabloid and... ''(takes photo of the nude Jay kneeling in front of Duke)'' I won't need a ''minute'' more of your time. ''(leaves)''\\
'''Duke''': Get out.\\
'''Jay''': All right, but there's one thing you can't take away: My dignity.\\
''(Duke throws Jay's clothes out the window)''\\
'''Duke''': Go fetch, boy.
* UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan: "I do solemnly swear that as your President, I will goof off and eat candy."
--> "Four more years! Four more years!"
* At the end of "Uneasy Rider":
--> '''Jay''': Well that's our show. For those of you who want to learn more about truck driving, I'm sorry, but there just aren't any truck driving books out there. However, for a transcript of this episode, write to "What Was the Point?", care of your local station. Thank you, and good night!

!!The webisodes:
* In the first webisode, Jay recalls how, between his stint on Fox and this episode, he was briefly Regis Philbin's co-host on ''Regis and Kathie Lee''.
--> '''Regis:''' You call ''that'' a sidekick? I wanted a middle-aged woman with big knobs! (to henchmen) Take him out back, mess him up.
* In the second webisode, the ''Film/MissionImpossibleII'' parody. Specifically, how Tom Cruise can take giant tank artillery to the chest (it bounces right off) and can run through machine gun fire without getting hit. Then he flips his hair and gives his trademark smile to the camera. The caricature is just fantastic.
** Also, this bit, referencing Anthony Hopkins's role as Commander Swanbeck:
--->'''Swanbeck:''' Mister Hunt, your mission is to find a deadly virus while engaging in a maximum of daring-do. Can I have my money now?\\
'''Hunt:''' No.\\
'''Swanbeck:''' To help you, I'm assigning you three partners who will sit around... and do nothing. Can I have my money NOW?\\
'''Hunt:''' No!
** Jennifer admits that she's reluctant to get in another relationship because after she has sex with a guy, "it becomes so good, they become fixated on me." Jay assures her, "Well with ''me'', it wouldn't be that good."
* The third {{Webisode}} had [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFuqk6QsHbI a genuinely funny bit]] of [[{{Pokemon}} Pikachu]] being outed by Jay, and when his sexy makeup lady walks out on him, Pikachu returns and ''hits'' on Jay.
* The fifth webisode had Jay do an Oscar special.
--> '''Jay''': Tonight, we pay tribute to the Oscars, a spectacle based on the fallacious premise that each year Hollywood has a best picture. Who could forget greats like ''[[Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial E.T]]'', ''Film/CitizenKane'' or ''Film/RagingBull''? [[AwardSnub The Oscars, that's who!]] They all lost, but let's look at some of the crap that won--starting with ''Film/OutOfAfrica''.
** Said clip involves Denys pampering Karen by shampooing her hair, doing her toenails... and performing liposuction surgery on her. With a monkey in nurse garb assisting.
** The clip of ''Film/OnTheWaterfront'', which Jay calls "the greatest scene in Oscar history":
--->'''[[Creator/MarlonBrando Terry]]:''' I coulda been somebody. ICouldaBeenAContender. Instead, I'm gonna make a lot of bad movies, then have a comeback in TheSeventies, and let an Indian accept my award. Then I'll make more bad movies, and get really fat, and kiss Larry King on the mouth.\\
'''Charley:''' I can't take it anymore! ''(leaves the car)''\\
'''Terry:''' Hey, where ya goin'?! The car's still movin'! Oh well. Take me to Krispy Kreme.
** The Jay Sherman Dancers consists of just one old, fat woman doing a kick.
--> '''Jay:''' (annoyed) What do you want? It's the internet; we've got no budget!
* In the eighth webisode, Jennifer shows Jay her bedroom, which has her children sleeping in it. Jay asks the viewers at home to vote on what he should do next: "Run like hell", "Tell her I love her", or "Have sex with her anyway, wear two condoms, double-bagged for ''my'' protection". The votes come in: 93% voted for sex. Typical internet.
* In the ninth webisode, the parody of ''DeathOfASalesman'' with the cast of ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'':
-->'''Jerry:''' Biff, where are my sons? And why do they have names like laundry detergents?? \\
''(Kramer does his trademark entrance; George also enters)''\\
'''George:''' I tried out for the football team; you know what they told me? I'll ''tell'' you what they told me: Too Jewish!\\
'''Jay:''' ''(in audience)'' There's such a thing as ''too'' Jewish??
** Also: The Broadway version of ''Film/TheGraduate'', with the part of Mrs. Robinson played by Jon Lovitz. Everyone is grossed out when Lovitz enters the scene nude ("Benjamin, don't go. I know you want me."), except for Jay:
--> '''Jay:''' Wow, everything's big on him, except his ''ego''!