based on the same book "Catch-22"
Both adapted from the same source novel.
Yossarian's B-25 is called Dumbo
Music tribute: When Yossarian first sees Luciana, the dramatic "Thus Spoke Zarathustra" popularized by Kubrick's 2001 plays, signifying a transcendent moment for the character. Kubrick had been considered to direct, so I'm sure it's a tip of the hat from Nichols.
Charles Grodin comments on his character in the movie
Sharon walks past a theater advertising the film.
Mentioned by Patty.
Mentioned by Pip
At one point, Crow quotes a line from this movie.
Sisko reads names of recently transferred officers with whom he served: Daneeka, McWatt, Snowden, Orr, Moodus. All are WWII officers' names in Catch-22.
Referenced by Middle-Aged Man
mentioned in documentary
Grandpa Simpson is shown in bed, when a male nurse switches his urine bag with his drip bag, thus avoiding the work of emptying the former and re-filling the latter. This routine was featured in Catch-22.
Referenced by title
referenced in dialogue
correct response in "World War II Movies" category
Referenced by name
Vanessa: "It's a Catch-22."
Col. Clarke is given the code name of "Yossarian", the protagonist from the movie.
Korsak and Maura are discussing that they need to investigate the locked up evidence to get the DA's permission, but they need the DA's permission to get to that evidence, which Maura calls a typical Catch-22 situation
DB remarks that they need to prove the website owner is doing something illegal so they can look at his devices, but to look at his devices, they first need to proof the website owner is doing something illegal, which DB thinks is a nice Catch-22
In court Diana claims that she is in a Catch 22 situation as she needs the evidence they have to get to the evidence they have
Mentioned by Andrew O'Keefe as a possible answer to a question about the film that Trapper John, M.D. is a spin-off from asked when Trish and the Chaser go head to head.
Star-Lord refers to his unspoken romance with Gamora as a "Catch-22," a term originally from the book then movie of the same name.
Tom: "This is a real 'Catch-Veinte y Dos.'"
Mentioned in writing during the "Inside The Dead" segment.
Referenced by Devin
Clips are shown
Alan Arkin's "Why Are You in This Movie" career
Excerpts are shown
Clip of Orson Welles as Dreedle shown.