The Monkees (1966–1968)
Hope mentions the series in his opening monologue.
a boy mentions the The Monkees as "the new band" and their "film"
Bobby Hart is holding The Monkees debut record album when blinked into Major Nelson's home
mentioned by the Artie Johnson's German, amongst others
One girl at school wheres Monkees T-shirt
Julie is an avid fan, even playing one of their records
there is ample talk of the old tv series
Mike sings the theme song.
Joel: "'The Monkees' TV show - they had those dream sequences."
Joel (singing): "Hey, hey, we're the Monkees!"
A poster can be seen behind the door at Kevin's room.
when the apes are first seen
Costas sings the theme song when he first sees Natsuo in the hotel room.
A poster can be seen at Kevin's room.
Mr. Backingtrack has a Monkees poster on his wall
Poster visible on wall during Mr. Backingtrack sketch
Burger: "Hey hey, we're the monkeys!"
Joel: He got that hat from Mike Nesmith.
The TV show "The Monkees" is mentioned.
"I knew that's what happened to Peter Tork after the Monkees broke up!'
referenced as part of Joel & the Bots' comments
Crow: "Davy Jones before the Monkees!"
Tina: "One of the Monkees was married here."
Man: Here they come. Joel: Walking down the street, get the funniest looks from everyone they meet.
"but I know Davy Jones"
"It's Mike Nesmith... he was a Monkee!"
"Who's your favorite Monkee?"
Crow, Joel, and Tom (singing): "Here we come, walkin' down the street."
Joel: "Another Pleasant Valley Sunday"
Marcy tells Anthrax that she used to chase the Monkees around.
Crow and Tom (singing): "Hey, hey, we're the mummies."
"Here they come. . . ." Crow, Joel, and Tom (singing): ". . . walking down the street, get funniest . . ."
Joel: "Looks like a set the Monkees would end up on"
Joel, Crow, and Tom sing "The Monkees" theme song.
Theme from the Monkees referenced by Cassandra.
Picture of Davy Jones shown as the Monkees' theme plays.
Joel: "Everyone dresses like Michael Nesmith in this town."
Crow: "You know a movie is bad, bad, bad when it makes 'The Monkees' look good."
A character in the film says, "Here they come, coming down the street," after which Tom adds, "Get the funniest looks from everyone they meet."
Mike, Crow, and Servo: Here we come...
Ross Geller sings the theme song to his unborn baby.
"Theme Song Sung"
In the flashback to Marge's childhood, she takes a Monkees lunchbox with her to school.
Peter Tork, Micky Dolenz, and Davy Jones are Search for the Stars Contest judges.
Pinky says, "Didn't he sing lead for the Monkees?"
Micky Dolenz, Peter Tork and Davey Jones appear on stage together.
Mentioned by Walter Koenig several times
Bobo and Mickey Dolenz sing "I'm a Believer"
"Hey Hey I'm a Monkee"
"Hey Hey we're the Children, people say we children around"
Tork is a Monkees fan.
During the finale, it keeps cutting to a band performed by Kyle, Stan and Randy. The same thing would happen in The Monkees. The finale would play during music intercut with footage of them performing
"It's the Monkees' audition tape."
The Monkee Mobile is at the Hollywood Auto Museum.
Mentioned in the segment on Daydream Believers the Monkees story
C.J. and Josh discuss Davy Jones after Josh compares him with Lord John Marbury.
Louise sings part of "The Monkees" theme.
Referenced during several song introductions
Theme tune sung by Terrye Funck as 'Hey, Hey we're the Yorkies' during the Terrye Funck Hour.
referenced as part of the documentary
Jess says, "What's next? A stay at home and dance around in your underwear to the Monkees' greatest hits night?"
Chief Wiggum mistakenly references "Last Train to Clarksville" as a Beatles song.
Rodney mentions that he auditioned for the show
Ape sings a retooled version of the Monkees theme song.
Prof. Tufnel has a picture of the Monkees on his wall.
The Swedish Chef looks at a Monkees poster and says, "Tork!"
Kirk claims that Neil Young is "one of the Monkees."
Madonna says The Beatles ripped off The Monkees
They discuss whether or not the Monkees pushed a bed through the streets in the opening credits of their show.
Liz copies Davy Jones' dance move from 'Daydream Believer'
Zack, Cody, London, and Maddie walking on the beach holding hands ala the Monkees opening.
"Tork." Mike: "Dolenz." Kevin: "Nesmith."
Joel: He turns into a Monkees episode
Host, Scott Michaels, debunks myth that Charles Manson ever auditioned for "The Monkees."
Davy Jones appears in Davy Jones' Jocker with the Flying Dutchman, singing "Daydream Believer"
Mentioned by Walter Koenig
Alvin sings part of Daydream Believer
Kevin: "They're running out of rhymes, so they'll have to go with Peter Tork!"
Jay says that in 1972, he auditioned for a revival of the series
Frank Fritz mentions the band from this television show
Iseabail says, "I don't trust that monk," and Katie adds, "People say they monkey around."
Damien Leith and Melanie Hooper dance their Jive to the theme from The Monkees.
Bill: "His hat also endangers him. It's open season on Michael Nesmiths."
The neighbour talks about Monkeefest.
theme song sung
opening of theme song heard
A sign at the monkey research facility says that it is "funded by Mike Nesmith and Mickey Dolenz."
The Monkees appear in "The Adventures of Abraham Lincoln."
The song "Hey Hey We're the Monks" references the Monkees' theme song lyrics: "Hey hey, we're the Monkees."
theme song on soundtrack
The Minions sing "The Monkees" theme song.
"Worst episode of The Monkees ever!"
When the performers show up at Cam and Mitchell's house they say "Hey'" Hey" "We're the monkeys", which is a lyric from the TV show theme
correct response in "The Emmys 1967" category
The series is referenced, and Micky Dolenz appears as himself
Band mentioned by Paul McCartney
Jake: "He named every member of the Monkees."
Ringo thinks he wrote a song called "Hey Hey We're the Beatles".
The Monkeys at the zoo are named after the members of the band and are caricatures of them.
Many Clips from the tv series are used in this documentary
clips from the show are used here
Shown On TV
Episodes from this tv show were featured.
Showing Musical Shows
Clips shown in a segment on its theme.
Clip shown and discussed.
Clip shown and discussed.
"The Grungies," a grunge-era parody of "The Monkees" with Micky Dolenz as a record executive
Davy Jones teaches Zelda, Hilda, and Sabrina the dance from the opening titles of The Monkees.
When Peter, Brian and the cow are being chased by the security guards, and it's intercut with scenes of them playing as a band while The Monkees song "Pleasant Valley Sunday" plays.