Wednesday appears in a commercial for Honey Nut Cheerios, where Buzz challenges her to a race for the titular cereal. Buzz wins the race, but when Wednesday catches up to him, she sends him down a Trap Door.
The CGI versions of The Addams Family appear in a commercial for Progressive that tied in with The Addams Family 2 alongside CGI versions of Flo and the other Progressive characters as "The Progressive Family".
My Girl: When Danny sees the Hearse as the Sultenfuss' barbecue, he asks his ex-wife Shelly "Who lives here, the Addams Family?"
In Scrooged, while The Ghost of Christmas Present takes Frank to his brother's Christmas party where they're all playing a trivia game, the question comes up about what instrument did Lurch play on the show.
Ana (2020): Ana does a screen test for the role of Morticia in a reboot of this series and is infuriated when she loses the role to sexy and popular influencer LatinTuber. Later she learns that she got a role... as "Mortadella" in a cheap Expy of the series called "Los Adame".
In Living Color!: During a skit of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno where he had Sinead O'Connor as a guest, he repeatedly makes fun of her baldness, at one point calling her Uncle Fester.
Married... with Children: At the beginning of "Just Shoe It", Al greets Peg and the kids as Morticia, Wednesday and Pugsley.
Full House: "The Apartment" has Uncle Jesse and Joey plastering some wet concrete. Eventually, they playfully scrape and whistle the show's theme song. After they do this, Aunt Becky calls them Lurch and Gomez.
Saved by the Bell: In "Mystery Weekend", when Zack solves the murder mystery and concludes that the Detective sent to investigate him as the killer is really the supposedly murdered butler, he removes his disguise and asks, "You rang, sir?"
Rick: Screw that! Im done with this Addams Family bullsh*t.
Robot Chicken: A sketch from "Day at the Circus" involves Thing leaving Gomez and Morticia when he becomes old enough to live on his own. He gets a job at the office and first tries to hook up with a woman named Allison, but when Allison is unable to conceive due to Thing being a disembodied hand, she breaks up with him. Thing then tries to end his life, but is unable to shoot himself. Things fortunately get better for Thing when he meets a female disembodied hand called Emma Jig and weds her.
The Simpsons: The end credits for both "Treehouse of Horror IV" and "Treehouse of Horror XVIII" are In the Style of the show's theme song.