Funny Face (1957)
Referenced by Allie and Kate.
Nickname of dog and final scene in movie
When Belle, who is intellectual and a book lover, slides on a book shelf ladder similar to the one used in Jo Stockton's bookstore.
Kitty mentions the "Bonjour, Paris" scene from the film.
Will mentions Grace looks like Audrey Hepburn
mentioned by Molly Haskell
Referenced by Drew in the intro.
Monarch calls Dr. Girlfriend "Funny Face."
Lorelai says that she wants to go to Harry's bar, smoke cigarettes, get into a fight about Cubism and gesticulate wildly while in Paris, all things that happen to Jo in Funny Face.
The main character appears in a montage showing her arrival in Paris which pays homage to Audrey Hepburn's arrival in Paris in Funny Face.
mentioned as one of Blair's favorite movies.
In the Teachers Lounge scene, Ms. Rivera is made up to look like Jo Stockton (Audrey Hepburn) from the movie.
Movie poster shown.
Included in a $200 question
Liza mentions her Godmother Kay Thompson starring in this movie.
excerpt, focusing on the Kay Thompson character as someone like Diana Vreeland
Fred Astaire and Audrey Hepburn are mentioned as appearing in this film.
Meredith mentions bringing the film to watch with Alexis while she's sick
mentioned - and sung - by Alan
Chummy says Alec looks at Jenny "the way Fred Astaire looks at Audrey Hepburn in Funny Face"
Audrey Hepburn, who was recreated for Gap's "Keep It Simple" ad, is #10.
Mentioned during Audrey's interview.
In the epilogue, while Mia is filming her starring role, she holds a large bunch of balloons under the Arc de Triomphe while wearing a trenchcoat.
Kara says, "We have to watch Funny Face (1957). It's Fred Astaire, Audrey Hepburn being adorable. The most romantic movie ever!"
When Barry asks Kara what's going on, she replies, "I was hoping you could tell me or maybe explain to me why I just pulled an Audrey Hepburn and sang at a nightclub."
One of Manolo's creations is described as an Audrey Hepburn "think pink" kind of shoe.
Audrey Hepburn in hat holding dog and red roses
beatnik dance scene shown
Scenes from this film are shown.
Lorelai and Christopher watch the film on a projection screen.
clips of Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire dancing
Faunia watches it on TV
The show features a clip from the film.
Funny Face is #6.
Zora shows the film to Craft, and they later recreate a dance from it. The film is referenced several times.
record playing a song sounding remakably like 'funny face' which is followed by an astare style Dance