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Referenced By / The Little Rascals

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Live-Action TV

  • Muppets Tonight: In the first episode, one of the shows listed on the KMUP lineup is The Little Rat-Skulls.


  • There was a 1960s singing group called Spanky and Our Gang, which derived its name from lead singer Elaine "Spanky" McFarlane's facial resemblance to George "Spanky" McFarland (including their similar surnames).

Western Animation

  • Family Guy: The third segment of "Family Guy Viewer Mail #1", titled Lil' Griffins, is a parody of the series.
  • The Simpsons:
    • In "Marge vs. the Monorail", Mayor Quimby asks Leonard Nimoy whether he was one of the Little Rascals.
    • In "Homer the Smithers", Marge is surprised at Homer getting up at 4:30 and reminds him that The Little Rascals isn't on until 6:00.
    • In "Radioactive Man", Moe reveals that he used to be one of the Little Rascals, named "Stinky", until he killed the original Alfalfa.
    • In "Wild Barts Can't Be Broken", the familiar theme music plays when Bart and his friends walk through a fence. In addition, Milhouse is dressed as Alfalfa, and a dog resembling Pete the Pup follows them.
    • In "The Musk Who Fell to Earth", Kent Brockman reports that the last of the Little Rascals has died.

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