The Nutty Professor (1963)
Stella mentions this movie when Jerry shows up drunk
Referenced by Jenny Piccalo
ALF: "Why do you keep comparing me to 'E.T.'? I'm nothing like 'E.T.'. You know, someday, Willie, someone from Melmac's going to ask me what you're like and I'm gonna say: 'Well, did you ever see 'The Nutty Professor'?"
The front page of the disc is a part of the cartel of this movie.
Brian talks about his college theme-parties, including Nutty Professor Night.
Brian mentions he was late to work because he was watching the film.
Mentioned in dialogue
Tom: "Mr. Buddy Love!"
"Ah, Collingswood, aka, the smutty professor"
The scene in which Professor Frink analyzes a "Flaming Moe"
mentioned by Larry
Joel: "They all look like the nutty professor."
Zack says, "You're still you, and I'm still the nutty professor."
When Bart is made into a nerd with huge glasses and shoes resembling Jerry's character from this movie, his voice turns into a Jerry Lewis impression.
Lois and Clark do a quiz. One question for Lois is about the name of Jerry Lewis's suave alter ego in this film.
Lois refers to Derek Camden as "the Nutty Professor."
The film is mentioned by name.
Rembrandt refers to Quinn as "this junior Nutty Professor".
Detective Barnett refers to Professor Stein as "the Nutty Professor."
Siskel says the movie they will review next week is a remake of this movie
"The Really Nutty Professor"
Dick is nicknamed 'the nutty professor.'
Mentioned in film
One of the scientists looks and sounds like Jerry Lewis as The Nutty Professor.
Mesmerino hypnotizes Professor Frink into becoming a "makeout king," and he transforms into a Buddy Love-like person.
Meg tells Luke that she was thinking about taking Will to see The Nutty Professor (1963) on Saturday.
Joey Ramone's brother Mickey Leigh compares him to the main character in this film.
Stanley Tarto parodies Jerry Lewis in The Nutty Professor (1963)
referenced during the Abe Scheinwald sketch
Referenced by Colin in "Greatest Hits".
Referenced by name
DVD is shown in a video store.
Brian calls Ben "the Nutty Professor."
Booth calls Michael "Nutty Professor".
referenced in clue in "French Whines" category
Mentioned by Eddie.
Derek Jacobi refers to his character as the nutty professor.
Trace: "Jerry Lewis is... The Nutty Professor!"
mentioned in dialogue
Subject of a $200 clue in the category "Hollywood Squares"
mentioned in dialogue
The Critic compares the nuttiness of the Spider-Man 3 dance scene to this movie
Mentioned as film starring Jerry Lewis
mentioned by Damon
Video case is shown ("El Profesor Chiflado").
Jerry Lewis talks about his movie and its 50th anniversary
Movie with a "nutty professor" mentioned
Jimmy mentions that he is a big fan of the movie
"They're creating your suave alter-ego, Buddy Lust."
Todd says Trevor Horn's singing is like Jerry Lewis in this film.
Tom: "A drop of this should be enough to turn me into Buddy Love permanently."
Mentioned by narrator
Andrew Klavan mentions the film when discussing the recent death of Jerry Lewis.
Jack: "I'm not some absent-minded, nutty professor."
Clip shown in a montage.
Clip shown during the opening montage
The Video Pick of the Week.
The Nutty Professor is #99.
Scenes from this film are shown.
Movie scene from this Movie can be seen here
clips are featured
Reviewed, clips shown.
The Nutty Professor is #8.
Clip shown during the In Memoriam segment
Clip in In Memoriam montage
Actor Dick Kallman's disguise is a tip of the hat to Jerry Lewis' character in the film from two years earlier.
The segment of Earl turning into Jimmy Buffett
Joe Piscopo plays Ronald Reagan who turns into Jerry Lewis as The Nutty Professor
Al on Al TV says Sting is starring in a remake of this movie. Al then does his Jerry Lewis impression.
The character of Professor Frink in this episode is a spoof of Jerry Lewis' character from the film.
A Dinosaur with similar mannerisms as Jerry Lewis' character is shown on TV
The character of Professor Frink in this episode is a spoof of The Nutty Professor played by Jerry Lewis in this movie.
Professor Frink (himself an impression of Jerry Lewis dressed in the same clothes as this film's nutty professor) drinks some of the tonic and becomes a cool, sexy guy whos almost identical to Buddy Love, the nutty professor's alter ego when he drinks his tonic in this movie.
Binford holiday video line includes parody "Nutty Compressor"
The character of professor Frink is a spoof of the professor from this film, his voice is an impression of him, his appearence is similar, his attire is the same and some of his sayings are the same.
Jerry Lewis reprises his role from this film for his guest appearence in this episode.