Night Gallery (1969–1973)
one of the series featured under this umbrella title
Both have a butler named Portifoy
Lew Wasserman mentioned the project to Sid Sheinberg.
Joel: Looks like we're in the Night Gallery.
Crow: "Tonight, on 'Night Gallery'"
Crow: "Tonight on 'Night Gallery.'"
The title is spoken
The movie is a reference to "Night Gallery" .
Subject of a $500 clue in the category "TV Hosts"
Shawn mentions this as one of the names he was going to name their art gallery.
Rod Serling returned to television with "Night Gallery".
DVD bonus feature
Abby Sciuto tells Leroy Jethro Gibbs and Timothy McGee that she was watching a marathon of the show the previous night.
Footage and artwork from "This Island Earth" (1955) appears in the episode "The Different Ones" (1971) during Vic Koch's space journey.
features clips from the opening sequence
Joan Crawford in pilot
clips shown of the episode "Eyes"
A episode is seen on one of Hellboy's TV sets.
Retrospective documentary on this TV series.
series is reviewed
Night Gallery is #5.
The wrap-around story for the segments spoofs this.
The movie is a parody to "Night Gallery" .
The first occurrence of the "Food Gallery" format which opens and closes with Alton discussing food subjects like museum artifacts, dressed and sounding much as Rod Serling did on his show.
"Food Gallery" spoofs opening/closing segments, plus Rod Serling impression
Another episode of "The Food Gallery" which begins and ends with a Rod Serling-esque host presenting the evenings main subject.
Another episode of the "Food Gallery" which replicates the look and feel of the original Rod Serling production.
Alton once again borrows Rod Serling's setting, suit and speech inflections, to present a somewhat shortened segment of "The Food Gallery".
Another episode of "The Food Gallery", with prelude and epilogue done in the style of Rod Serling's series but with a culinary motif.
Alton Brown presents tales of horror illustrated by various foods.
Yet another of the "Food Gallery" episodes that mimic the format of the TV series.
One more episode of "The Food Gallery" that borrows the look and feel of Rod Serling's show.
Another Good Eats episode in the "Food Gallery" series, which co-opt the style of the show and its creator and host, Rod Serling.
Brick's Rod Serling "Night Gallery" costume and narration are confused with "The Twilight Zone"