Shout Outs, Allusions, Homages and other references to the character Betty Boop, and the many works she has appeared in over the decades.
Bimbo's Initiation, which Betty breifly appears in but is not focused on her, has its own Referenced by... page here.
- Cybersix: Betty Boom is a Captain Ersatz of Betty Boop.
- Doom Patrol: Although Mr. Nobody first showed up with the same design dozens of issues before he ran for president he heavily resembles the Mr. Nobody who was running for president in the Betty Boop short "Betty Boop For President". Both depictions also resemble a stylized illustration of turn-of-the-20th-century entertainer Bert Williams, whose biggest hit was a song called "Nobody".
- Vampirella: The "Snow White" issue of the Feary Tales miniseries is an homage to the Betty Boop Snow White cartoon. The issue is even dedicated to the animator of that cartoon, Roland C. Crandall.
- American Mary: Beatress deliberately cultivates a resemblance to Betty Boop. This makes her look a bit unsettling as she is changing her appearance to resemble a cartoon character.
- Forbidden Zone is heavily inspired by Cab Calloway, Betty Boop cartoons and Underground Comics.
- Betty makes a cameo appearance on Who Framed Roger Rabbit, selling cigarettes at the Ink and Paint Club. ("Work's been kinda slow since cartoons went to color.") A Betty Boop doll is also visible on Teddy Valiant's desk
- I'm Thinking of Ending Things: The Tulsey Town commercial has a Betty Boop-esque fairy queen singing about Tulsey Town while followed by children also in an Inkblot Cartoon Style.
- The Oogie Boogie Man from The Nightmare Before Christmas was inspired by Cab Calloway's part as the titular villain in The Old Man of the Mountain— complete with his villain song having near-direct recreations of parts from the Golden Age Betty Boop short.
- Gilmore Girls:
- M*A*S*H: In the episode "Officer of the Day" the camp guards' password is Betty Boop.
- Star Trek Discovery Short Treks E02 "Calypso": The V'draysh appear to be an offshoot of humanity, who are at war with Craft's people. Craft explains that the V'draysh are obsessed with anything having to do with ancient humankind. Even their escape pod, which he stole, has a library with a number of old Earth videos. Unfortunately, Craft couldn't figure out the controls, so the pod kept repeating the same Betty Boop cartoon hundreds of times on a loop.
- The X-Files: A Betty Boop cartoon is playing on a TV in the episode "Fight Club".
- Bendy and the Ink Machine: Alice Angel is based on Betty Boop, being a more realistic counterpart to Bendy (Betty was once a dog like Bimbo) with a sexy design and popularity greater than the original star (In-Universe).
- Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel!: The "Betty Boom" achievement is named for Betty Boop.
- Bust a Groove: Betty and Olive look like versions of Betty Boop and Olive Oyl in the game's style.
- Cuphead: One of the bosses briefly glimpsed in the July 2 Delicious Last Course trailer is a giant old man with mountains coming from his beard. He is clearly modeled after the titular antagonist of The Old Man of the Mountain.
- Funtime With Buffy: At the start of the game the Player Character is watching Betty Boop cartoons before their mother leaves and Buffy shows up looking for revenge.
- Splatoon 2: The seahorse on the back of one jacket looks remarkably like Betty Boop.
- Funko Pop!: Betty is one of the many characters to get a Funko Pop doll.
- Living Dead Dolls: Butcher Boop's name, hairstyles, and mask are all inspired by Betty Boop.
- Super Eyepatch Wolf's video Why Cuphead Looks So God Damn Good includes a Betty Boop title card when talking about the era of stylization that inspired the game's visual design.
- Lindsay Ellis discusses Betty Boop in one of her The Nostalgia Chick shorts titled Betty Boop In Minnie The Moocher.
- Animaniacs: "The Girl with the Goopity Goop" from episode 80 has the Warners appearing in a parody of a Fleischers cartoon with an Expy of Betty.
- Batman: The Animated Series: In the episode "Christmas with the Joker" one of the presents is a Betty Blooper doll, a character which is an obvious Betty Boop expy.
- Bob's Burgers: Gene offers Randy a Betty Boop t-shirt in the episode "The Wolf of Wharf Street".
- The Cookie Carnival: The first girl seen in the parade, Miss Peppermint, is designed to resemble Betty Boop.
- Drawn Together: Toot Braunstein is a Captain Ersatz of Betty Boop as a White-Dwarf Starlet Extreme Omnivore with psychological issues.
- Herman and Katnip: The '50s short "Of Mice and Magic" had a very blatant stand-in for Betty Boop called "Louise" who was a mouse. Her design and mannerisms were basically the same as Betty's adjusted to include bits of cartoon mouse. She was also voiced by Mae Questel, Betty's voice actress, who used her Betty voice for Louise.
- My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic:
- Over the Garden Wall: In the chapter "Songs of the Dark Lantern" the Highwayman's dance is in Deranged Animation resembling the appearances of characters animated by Rotoscoping Cab Calloway in his various appearances as a voice actor in Betty Boop cartoons.
- The Powerpuff Girls (2016): The reboot includes a Betty parody named Owlie Boop that is voiced by Sandy Fox, one of the official voice actresses for Betty.
- The Simpsons:
- Steven Universe: Future: The Diamonds on the 'Era 3 and Me' pamphlet have goofy designs, with White looking like Betty Boop.
- A Symposium on Popular Songs: A parody named Betty Boopie Doop sings "Charleston Charlie".
- Willie Whopper initially looked like the boy version of Betty Boop. Ub didn't feel his design fit the comedy wanted for the cartoon and altered it.