This is a remake of that movie.
actors heads are changed with politician heads
Actual footage from the movie is edited in, with Peter and Joe's heads replacing Frank Drebin and Nordberg from the ending scene at the baseball game.
The scene where Drebin finds Jane in his kitchen wearing one of his shirts is based on Bond finding Miss Trench in his home wearing his shirt.
Blade in the shoe
Broken door scene is referenced.
Frank has the same kind of internal monologue leading to him wondering where he is.
police walking toward "Enrico Pallazzo" while singing and they have to stop and put hands over hearts because national anthem is playing, same as in Fletch when he is chased into the Fred Dorfman tribute.
The title is shown on a theater's info board above the main entrance.
Ed mentions the show in dialogue
Referenced during the "The Naked Gun" review.
Referenced during the "I'm Gonna Git You Sucka" review.
Referenced when discussing "Heartbreak Hotel".
Referenced during the "K-9" review.
Referenced during the "Ski Patrol" review.
Referenced during the "The Naked Gun 2 1/2" review.
Referenced during the "Point Break" review.
Gene Siskel notes that "Hot Shots" (1991) comes from the makers of the "Naked Gun!" movies.
The gang plays charades and Kelly acts out the movies title.
Naomi mentions the film.
Referenced during the "Loaded Weapon 1" review.
Referenced during the "Army of Darkness" review.
Referenced during the "Hot Shots! Part Deux" review.
Referenced during the "Fatal Instinct" review.
Gene Siskel contrasts "Robin Hood: Men in Tights" (1993) with the "Naked Gun" and "Airplane!" comedies.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions The Naked Gun film series in his review of Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994)
Jim Ross says that Leslie Nielsen from this movie is investigating the Undertaker situation.
It is mentioned that Leslie Nielsen starred in this movie.
Leslie Nielsen is looking for the Undertaker, but meets George Kennedy.
OJ and Nicole talk about starring in this movie
The series is mentioned by name and Bobby acts out a fantasy sequence with himself as Frank Drebin.
Title reference to the German title of "Naked Gun", which is "Die nackte Kanone".
Referenced in tagline.
Kenny mentions the movie as what their comedy is not trying to be.
"Hollywood Screen Tests, Pt. 2" features many movies and tv shows in reference to the stars featured.
The policemen think it's a porn video and confiscate it.
Leslie Nielsen accidently flings food at people, and accidently completely destroys his antagonist's impeccably decorated office to fun music, in both movies
The gag where Drebin takes off his clothes in one move and has sex for a minute is copied here.
The hotel featured at the end of "Prom Tonight" is the same one used for "Ludwig Towers".
There is a poster of this movie on Benny's living room wall.
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
Bronco-like vehicle is named "Nordberg" after OJ Simpson's character.
complained about titles name
Romance between characters named Frank and Jane.
Vincent Ludwig is one of the Imaginationland villains.
Poster in dorm room
"Naked" (unlocked) guns are sold by dealers called "Drebins".
The Nerd expected Ricky 1 to have the same humor as this movie provided.
correct response in "Spoof Films" category
Van Nieuwkerk refers to Airplane! as being The Naked Gun.
Beelen compares Airplane to "something like Naked Gun"
Brett mentions this film when he wants to put together a baseball movie with a fictional character.
"Better watch out, Frank Drummond might be in there."
Mentioned by Tom in connection with O.J. Simpson
NPC's randomly say this
compared with Friedberg/Seltzer movies
Honorable mention for the top movies based on TV shows
Jay compares a scene in 'X-Men: First Class' to this movie
mentioned in dialogue
Jay alludes to it.
The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear (1991) is the sequel to The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! (1988).
When Lee agrees to go under hypnosis, Angel says, "I just think this kind of stuff is dangerous. Remember in the movie Naked Gun when Reggie Jackson got hypnotized? He almost killed that queen!"
mentioned once/poster shown
Mark alludes to Leslie Nielsen. Also, photograph is shown.
Mentioned by Stephen Merchant
"It's when they start changing 'I Must Kill Frank Drebbin' that you should start worrying."
Theme music featured
Theme music featured
castilian poster shown
Rashida Jones compares her upcoming series Angie Tribeca (2016) to the movie
Pat Proft also wrote this
mentioned by Adnan Virk
Detective Phillip Van Atter mentions the film by name
"That is definitely Mr. Ludwig from The Naked Gun."
Agent Bozzio tells Clive that he solves cases as fast as Frank Drebin.
The elevator scene when 'Mentos Man' punches the guy with the Tic-Tacs, is loosely inspired by Leslie Nielsen knocking out the singer and umpire in 'The Naked Gun'.
Mentioned in dialog as The Naked Gun
Marcia Clark and Seth mention the movie with O.J. Simpson
poster is shown
"Gone are the days of Naked Gun and Airplane".
Jack mentions George Kennedy's fame from The Naked Gun movies.
Tom: "Oh, great. Detective Nordberg is here."
John Cena relates the umpire strike call scene to his time as a 13-year-old umpire
"This is like the opening of The Naked Gun."
They showed clips of it.
Voted in top 50 by poll, clips shown
clips are featured to illustrate the best hospital scenes in movies
A fragment is shown.
A fragment is shown.
A fragment is shown.
The beaver fragment featuring Leslie Nielsen and Priscilla Presley is shown.
Fragments featuring Leslie Nielsen are shown.
"In Memoriam" tribute to Leslie Nielsen.
"It's blatantly ripped off from The Naked Gun."
A fragment featuring O.J. Simpson is shown.
The "Naked Gun" trilogy is #3.
clip shown during clapping montage
recalling a better spoof movie
The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! gets an honorable mention.
The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! is #5.
The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! is #3.
Pahpshmir is #6.
My Father Went the Same Way is #5.
Clips seen and discussed
The "Naked Gun" trilogy is #1.
Driving Instructor is #2.
Nice Beaver is #6.
The "Naked Gun" franchise is #2.
Image of Leslie Nielsen from the movie shown during the 'famous Canadian Americans' segment.
Features clips from the film
A Cavalcade of Credits Gags is #1.
Drebin comments on Jane's ankle braclet when they meet, just like Walter Neff did on Phyllis Dietrichson's ankle braclet at their first encounter.
The theme song and the character of Lt. Frank Drebin were spoofs of "M Squad"
Car chase scene has spikes attached to the wheels
The sequence with Drebin and the fish in Ludwigs aquarium is a reference to the "Siamese fighting fish"-scene in "From Russia With Love".
In daze Lt. Drebin atatcks woman with stone dildo.
Dialogue: "When I see five weirdos dressed in togas, stabbing a man in the middle of the park in front of a full view of 100 people, I shoot the bastards, that's my policy." between Drebin and the mayor is a spoof of a similar line uttered by Clint Eastwood to his superior in "Dirty Harry".
John Houseman spoofs his Prof. Kingsfield persona in an uncredited role as a driving instructor.
When meeting Jane, Frank's voice over says "she gave me a look I could feel in my hip pocket". In Farewell, My Lovely (1975), Marlowe's voice over says the same thing.
Key phrases used to make ordinary people into killers
Rotten food item crawling across refrigerator in same manner as the possessed steak in Poltergeist
"The Bare-assed Naked Gun" spoofs "The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!".
Billy Zane's klutzy character does the same things Frank Drebin did
Austin at the urinal after being unfrozen directly spoofs the scene where Lt. Drebin is in the toilet at the press conference, and continues to urinate repeatedly after everyone thinks he has finished
Contains a run through a hotel like in the movie.
The opening of the episode sees Stewie fighting terrorists, to the same music as when Drebin faught the terrorists in this film. He then quotes the opening line from the film and falls onto his trike. He then rides around to the naked gun theme tune spoofing the way the police car does at the start of this film.
Man in audience shouts "Hey, it's Enrico Pallazzo!"
Guy gets launched out of a wheelchair in the ending
Poster titled "The Naked Buns"
In the same mock-noir style.