line " blow your head clean off"
Man is dragged behind moving vehicle that makes a turn which causes man to collide violently with the curb.
It is referenced.
The film is mentioned
Title mentioned by Raheem Abdul Mohammed on SNL Newsbreak
catfight scene with Brenda and Cindy same as depicted in Coffy where Pam Grier does the same in a catfight
Magenta Thompson mentions the title while interviewing "Pam Grier."
Clavell says that his and Howard Tibbs III's film is Blackula meets Coffy.
Darian hides her Dads .44 in her teddylion (called "Friend Tom). Coffy also hid her gun in a teddylion.
Excerpts of Roy Ayers' score from 'Coffy' are heard multiple times throughout the film.
Reese and Amy discuss this movie on the drive to the library.
Referenced during the "Undercover Brother" review.
mentioned a few times
The scene in which Vernita and The Bride stand deadlocked in a blade fight mirrors the scene between Harriet & Coffy. Vernita also uses Harriet's line from this scene; "Come on, bitch!"; 'Coffy' was also one of three films shown to Uma Thurman to prepare her for her role as The Bride.
Several lines of dialogue
poster seen on wall
The Film Geek references his favorite scene from the film Coffy (1973).
A poster from this movie is shown when a segment on the afro mentions that it mushroomed in popularity with the emergence of "blaxploitation" films.
Video seen in Blackbuster Video
Poster is shown
Lanie wears a Coffy-style red dress
In one scene Mystique disguises herself as Pam Grier's character Coffy
Poster is shown
Ryan mentions film by name.
Score piece from Coffy is played.
Dolmedes says Lysistrata is as tough as Coffy.
Hyde claims this to be one of only 3 films he has ever seen.
Ron and Patrice discuss "Coffy" on a date.
Score piece from this movie is played in one scene.
The Snob mentions it and a poster is shown.
recalling Jack Hill's career
It is mentioned and discussed. Also, poster and footage of this movie are shown.
Footage of this movie is shown.
Footage of the movie is shown
This film is featured in this episode.
Featured in the opening titles sequence.
Jack Hill mentions it. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
Coffy is #7.
Sista Gurl is supposed to be a parody of Pam Grier and her various blaxploitation heroins.