Chico and the Man (1974–1978)
Freddie Prinze comments on his upcoming series
Bob Hope uses the title as part of a joke about Desi Arnaz's English.
Johnny mentions Scatman Crothers' series
Mentioned by Don Pardo
Theme tune sung in the TV themes medley
Oblique reference: the character of Raul Garcis worships Freddie Prinze. When Prinze died, his character on Chico was replaced by a character named Raul Garcia.
Nancy: "Lookin' goooood!"
Joel: "Chico? Man?"
Servo: (singing) Chico, don't get discouraged...
Kelso mentions it on the phone to Jackie.
Millie refers to Jack Albertson from Chico and the Man (1974).
Mentioned in dialogue
Mort sings part of the theme song to his dog, Chico.
Referenced by name
Among George's childhood treasures is a Chico and the Man lunchbox. George says Chico's catchphrase, "Lookin' good!"
Lorelai remembers how Rory wore a Chico and the Man T-shirt on her first day of kindergarten.
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "'70s Sitcoms"
"...when a rerun of Chico and the Man is more important to them."
Vincent refers to the movers as "Chico and the Man."
Detective Scarfe said to Chico, "Chico is the man."
Tom: "That was a pretty amazing prequel to 'Chico and the Man.'"
The Rev. CL Bryant criticizes the series.
One Yelp review refers to the owner and employment relationship as having a Chico and the Man vibe
Jay mentions the Gypsy Rose lowrider was featured in the opening of this show
Shows it when it wins an Award
working class Latino, trying to assimilate out and up
Freddie Prinze, who played Chico, is #10.