March of the Penguins (2005)
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behind-the-scenes look at the making of March of the Penguins.
Patty mentions the film during the pet adoption scene with Lorelai.
Charlie says: "I just saw that penguin movie".
Referenced on Weekend Update
Logan remarks that Emily was so cold to him that the penguins could march by.
This is a documentary about _La marche de l'empereur_
Lorelai agrees with Luke's assertion that her parents are cold, joking that they were extras in The March of the Penguins.
John Ashburn refers to the film.
Paris and Doyle watch what they refer to as "the penguin movie", probably "March of the Penguins".
House uses the phrase "marching the penguin" as a euphemism for masturbation
Christopher says to remember the penquin movie where you can drop the egg once and bad things happens when discussing superstitions about the baby.
Larry the Cable Guy mentions the film in his routine
Celia references the film during her speech to the school children.
some French penguins complain that this movie is ruining their award-winning film
Stan says Morgan Freeman is the narrator in this documentary
Poster of the movie was shown.
mentioned in dialogue
Herzog notes that his documentary is not going to be "another film about penguins."
Mentioned by Whip
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his review of Le renard et l'enfant (2007)
title seen on Caleb's TiVo list
An audience member suggests "March of the Penguins" as a biscuit-related pun on a film title.
Included in a $25,000 question
Subject of a $500 question
Hank mentions the film as an example of a movie made without actors
Popper jokes about filming penguins and says the whole thing will be narrated by Morgan Freeman
Referenced when Jerrid recalls a joke from Mr. Popper's Penguins.
Mentioned by the Sheriff in dialogue.
Matt and his daughters watch this in the last scene.
AniMat recalls hearing about a male penguin giving a pebble to a female penguin in a deleted scene of this documentary, something like in The Pebble and the Penguin.
Morgan Freeman comments he knows everything there is to penguins.
Referenced in "Markus Picks Up Chix"
Referenced in "Let's Make a Date"
Subject of a question
Tobi and the Chaser are asked a question about who narrated March of the Penguins when they go head to head.
AniMat considers this film and Surf's Up as the best penguin films.
Shea suggests "March of the Penguins" for movie night.
Answer to a question; poster without title shown
Reference to Morgan Freeman's narration in the Podcasts segment
Mark says a sort list of some of the most popular documentary film subjects and says "Penguins" as a reference to "March of the Penguins" aka "La marche de l'empereur "
Title used in the Charades game
Crow (as Morgan Freeman): "Once again, the penguins return to their spaceship."
Reference to the Morgan Freeman narration
reviewed + footage used
DVD release reviewed + footage used
Shown on the 2005 episode
DVD Extra Extra, clips shown
Mel, Joe, Lennox and Ryder watch the film.
The family is watching this movie on TV at the end of the film.
Cecil B. DeMille Award presentation for Morgan Freeman.
Fernanda is seen crying while watching it
Clip with altered narration by "high Morgan Freeman"
One of the film's ongoing gags is Morgan Freeman and his penguins.
Spoof of March of the Penguins.
Narrator talks about the life of the Batman villain, The Penguin
in the opening scene, the twinks imitate penguins marching
Entire film is a spoof
The beginning of the movie is a direct parody of scenes from this film.
a fake Morgan Freeman starts narrating about Penguins
The Nostalgia Critic mocks Morgan Freeman's narration in March of the Penguins
The episode is a parody of nature documenteries narrated by someone doing an impression of Morgan Freeman - a direct parody of the narration of this film.
Morgan Freeman narrates when a penguin leaves
Opening narration of the penguins waddling
Altered clip of the Stanley Cup Finals depicts Morgan Freeman announcing the Penguins game
Morgan Freeman-like narration is heard at the end of "Mobile Aquarium".