- At the end of A Snoodle's Tale (which is told in the style of Dr. Seuss), Larry comments that "there was something about that story that made me want to eat green ham."
- Also, some of the characters' voices are based on (or similar to) movie characters. For example, Mr. Nezzer's is based on Oogie Boogie (his Dark Reprise of "The Bunny Song" is pretty much a Suspiciously Similar Song of Oogie Boogie's theme) and Mr. Lunt's is based on Greasy, one of the Toon Patrol weasels.
- Pistachio begins with the kitchen getting a re-model from Extreme Re-Do: Crying Edition, right down to the most on-the-nose Ty Pennington parody ever.
- In Pistachio, Khalil, who is playing the Cricket, says "I'm no fool, no-sirree!" a line from the educational films Disney produced in the '60s and '70s starring Jiminy Cricket.
- From The Ballad Of Little Joe, made into a very out-of-place Shout-Out simply because of the accent Larry says it in:
Larry/Little Joe: "You people tried to steal from me, and we don't take kindly to stealing around these here parts."
- Another "The Ballad of Little Joe'' example:
Larry/Little Joe: "Desperadoes! You'd better come to your senses!" *is cut off*
- And of course the the name of the title character (and Madame Blueberry's, "Miss Kitty") is a reference to Bonanza.
- In It's A Meaningful Life, Larry and Petunia's characters are named Stewart and Donna, after the actors who played the characters they're parodying in It's a Wonderful Life.
- Another It's a Wonderful Life reference in "The Star of Christmas": Bob (as Cavis) states "I will teach all of London to love!"
- In The Star Of Christmas, Cavis and Millward put on a play entitled The Princess and the Plumber.
- And the play apparently ended with said plumber saving the princess from a monkey king.
- The shorter of the two stories in King George and the Ducky is called "The Englishman Who Went Up A Hill and Came Down With All the Bananas".
- "Sumo of the Opera" has numerous ones to Rocky and The Mikado, such as the main character being named "the Italian Scallion" and his attempt to at least tie with the current heavy-weight champion to the former, plus the play format from — and all but one song using the melodies of — the latter.
- LarryBoy and the Bad Apple has a scene parodying the first Charlie and the Chocolate Factory movie: when Bad Apple introduces LarryBoy to his Lotus-Eater Machine (a museum of chocolate), she wears a purple hat like Wonka's, and does a crazy rant like Wonka does during the boat's Disney Acid Sequence.
- During the Silly Song "Schoolhouse Polka" (which is itself a reference), when asked to sing about pronouns, Larry sings:
- The climax of The Toy that Saved Christmas is an extended shout-out to the end of Batman Forever.
- Moe and the Big Exit has this song from Boyz In The Sink, "A Mess Down in Egypt".
- As if the song itself wasn't enough, it was originally going to be called "Fresh Prince of Egypt", only being renamed to avoid a possible copyright strike.
- In Veggies in Space: The Fennel Frontier, the ship (from Space Fleet) is called the ''USS Applepies'' and run by Captain Cuke and Mr. Spork, the opening is run across the screen like in Star Wars, and an asparagus in a blue police box calls himself Doctor Who and says he has to be off to the nineteenth century.
- Upon hearing the title "Madame Blueberry", Larry comments:
"I think I've seen that one. Doesn't it have Jerry Lewis in it?"
- Minnesota Cuke And The Search For Samson's Hairbrush (and its sequel, "Noah's Umbrella") are one big homage to the Indiana Jones series, the latter even taking it upon itself to go as far as to poke fun at the conventions of the films.
- In The Penniless Princess, whenever Miss Minchin's name is mentioned, a horse can be heard whinnying in the background, much like whenever Frau Blucher is mentioned in Young Frankenstein.
- The line "Tune in next time to hear [character] say..." in the Silly Songs with Larry segments is a reference to the line "Tune in next time to hear Doctor Bob say..." at the end of the Veterinarian's Hospital segments on The Muppet Show.
- The first thing the scarecrow asks Darby in " The Wonderful Wizard of Ha's" is if he has any Thomas books.
Shout Out / VeggieTales
In addition to almost every non-Bible story a being straight-up parody or pastiche of some book or movie, we have the following: