Footage from this movie is used.
A written testimony reveals unknown traits of a deceased person.
"Or is the question indiscreet?" referenced.
The Thing reads "The Zombies Of Madison County", a joke title reference.
Title is mentioned.
Danny refers to the film.
Edgar mentions that he waited for one of the bridges in this movie to blow up, but to his disappointment, they don't
Del tells Annie that they didn't have "The Bridges of Madison County" at the video store, so he got "Dumb & Dumber" instead.
Kelly: "Look, Dad, why don't you take Mom to go see 'The Bridges of Madison County'? I heard, there's a new director's cut with 11 extra minutes of Clint Eastwood sponge-bathing Meryl Streep."
Dracula mentions the book.
The film is mentioned by name.
Joe says Dave's letter is like ...
Swedish poster visible in Felix's cabin (seen in several episodes)
Rachel's father mentions the film.
Annie asks Hayward about it, he says he hated it.
Crow: "The 40-Egg Omelet of Madis-Egg County"
Mark Pitta admits to crying during this movie.
When Caroline doesn't want to wax Del's shoulder, he says he sat through "The Bridges Of Madison County" for her.
Referenced during the "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" review.
Mentioned by the disgruntled video store customer.
"The Bridges of Springfield County"
Mentioned by Tucker's mom
Referenced during the "The Horse Whisperer" review.
Harvey says he rented the film.
Cassidy mentions this movie and the book it was based on is mentioned by Jefferies.
Carrie says the film/book is like her affair with Big
Is part of Robert's breakup plan
The seller said he would throw in a screenplay of this movie if Jonathan buys a book.
This film is referred to by Anthony Hopkins in relation to Meryl Streep and acting.
Movie mentioned by Rachel
Mentioned during an interview
The movie's name gets mentioned.
Mentioned by James Lipton.
referenced in dialogue
correct response in "Clint Eastwood Movie Quotes" category
Lorelai equates Rory to Meryl Streep and her grandparents to "The Bridges of Madison County".
"There ain't no bridges around here. This ain't Madison County."
mentioned by name
Anders and Åsa are planning to watch this movie, but gets into a fight instead
Mentioned in film as part of a scientific study.
Charlie and Alan watch it.
DVD is shown in a video store.
Ross plays a killer who says this is his favorite movie
Mentioned by Teddy.
mentioned in dialogue
Subject of a $600 clue in the category "Meryl Streep Movie Roles"
Mentioned by House.
Referenced in dialog and the DVD is shown
Dale just lists this movie.
Mentioned by David's father.
Brent mentions that he saw the movie.
evocation of the film
Selma wants to see this movie once again before dying.
Ross mentions watching the movie.
Jay says it was so cold that people were shaking like Chris Christie watching the film
Mentioned by Adam
Mentioned in dialogue
References filming in Iowa.
Mike says he likes all the Eastwood movies except the one with the bridges
Beau Bennett first mentions the novel and later on claims he has seen the film.
correct answer in "Movies" category
correct response in "The Films of Meryl Streep" category
Mentioned in dialogue.
Mentioned by Ondrej Sokol.
Mentioned by Ales Háma.
Answer to a question; still shown
Francesca, Richard and their children watch the show after dinner.
Clips are shown of various Meryl Streep movies, including this one.
The Video Pick of the Week.
Clip is shown. Appears on Gene Siskel's list of new home video releases he recommends.
Lola and her husband Guillermo watch this film on television.
The Bridges of Madison County is #90.
Nils and Maggan are watching this movie
clips are shown to illustrate the best "goodbye" scenes in movies
Runner-up for the list
Clips from films shown and were discussed by those interviewed.
Making My Way to You gets an honorable mention.
Francesca Johnson is #7.
Wendy is watching it on TV.
The Bridges of Madison County is #6.
The Bridges of Madison County is #9.
Clips are shown when Javier Bardem talks about it.
The scene in The Bridges of Madison County where Francesca leaves Robert is #9.
Clip is shown
Armin is seen watching the film on his laptop computer.
The Wan brothers watch it.
Spoofed in the movie clip seen on TV
Stewie says his life's passion is to take picture of the Bridges of Madison County where Meryl Streep's character enters and asks if he wants to take a bath. He snips back; 'Yeah, why don't you go take a bath?'.