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  • Peanuts:
    Superman: (dejectedly) "I Got a Rock."
  • The Sopranos: One "After Hours" episode ends in a similar manner to the series finale, complete with a Cliffhanger Fade Out.
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show: The Green Goblin sings the "It's Log!" jingle while doped up on sedatives.
  • Airplane!: Two, near the end of "After Hours: Happy Hour #3":
    "There's a sale at Penny's!"
    "And Lexi's getting laaaaarger!"
  • Another one! Hulk's explanation for his latest movie being a reboot, a remake and a sequel all in one.
    • Quite a Meta-Shout-Out, considering Edward Norton was the star of both movies.
  • The Naked Gun: The Imagine Spot of Green Goblin defeating all the brainwashed superheroes was a straight homage to the opening sequence of the first The Naked Gun movie where Frank Drebin beat up all of America's enemies in Beirut.
  • Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: The Take My Hand! example below.
  • The Blues Brothers: "Earthquake! A terrible flood! Locusts! It wasn't my fault I sweeeeaaaar!"
  • Blazing Saddles: "Are we awake?" "We're not sure. Are we...bald?"
    • Also: "You said murder twice." "I like murder."
  • Scrubs during Deadpool's pleading song to Ryan Reynolds:
    Deadpool: "You're the only one who's ever been inside of me!!! a character..."
  • King of the Hill: In Zero Hour #1:
    Wolverine: Yep.
    Punisher: Yep.
    Ghost Rider: Yep.
    Rorschach: Hrmm.
  • Deadpool's kung-fu routine just before the Green Goblin blows him up is taken off Daffy Duck's Robin Hood short.
  • And now we have THIS!
  • With all the time travel going on in season three, this exchange was inevitable:
    Deadpool: Great Scott!
    Green Goblin: I know, this is heavy.
  • Deadpool's guitar is named Lucille which was also the name of legendary blues musician B. B. King's guitar.
  • Having just beaten off the brainwashed superheroes, Goblin utters this line.
  • The first time the Green Goblin was drugged up, it was similar to the dream sequence in The Big Lebowski.
    • Also, when the drug first entered Goblin, the resulting scene was like the drug scene in Requiem for a Dream.
  • The Godfather: When Green Goblin was about to attack Batman from behind. "It's not personal, Bats. It's strictly business."
  • Harley's eulogy to the apparently dead Joker in Zero Hour.
  • New Jack City:
    Thor: (To Green Lantern) "Sit thine five dollar ass down before I maketh change!"
  • From Star Wars when Professor X Jedi Mind Trick-ed Green Lantern:
    Professor X: We don't need to talk about our movies.
    Green Lantern: We don't need to talk about our movies.
    Professor X: I can go about my business.
    Green Lantern: You can go about your business.
    Professor X: Move along.
    Green Lantern: Move along, move along.
  • Undercover Brother
    Green Goblin: "You mess with Dafoe? You got to go."
  • Zero Hour #6 begins with a Bugs Bunny quote from Deadpool.
  • Zero Hour #4 contains a reference to The Return of Jafar.
    Deadpool: With my regenerative ability I can't be killed!
    (Is zapped and turned into nothing but a head)
    Deadpool:(weakly) But you'd be surprised at what I can live through.
  • In the episodeGreen Lantern VS The critics part 2, Deadpool starts quoting and acting like he's in Highlander.
    Deadpool: The Reynoldsing! It overpowers me!! I know Ryan Reynolds!!! I AM RYAN REYNOLDS!!!!
  • The Goblin's sacrifice Mirror's the death of The Doctor His reboot counterpart mimics regeneration.
    Goblin: Hey Spider-Man! This one you can tell Harry.
  • Seinfeld:
    Wolverine: You hate Mutants! You're an anti-Mutite!
    Superman: I am not an "anti-Mutite"!
    Wolverine: Sure you are! Next you'll be sayin' we should have our own school!
    Superman: You do have your own school!
    Wolverine: That's it, bub! Keep pushin' it!
  • The Joker was originally going to call himself Joseph Pagliacci instead of Joe Polachi, but the mob butchered the pronunciation.
  • In "Infinity War versus Justice League", it almost appears as though the entire series is going to end with Spiderman shutting down the bar and telling a late-arriving customer "Sorry, we're closed.", just like in Cheers.
  • "Rorschach & Deadpool #10" opens with The Question approaching Deadpool:
    The Question: Wade Wilson.
    Deadpool: (turns around) What?
    The Question: Is your name "Wade Wilson"?
    Deadpool: ...yeah?