The Drew Carey Show (1995–2004)
"Drew Carey's nemisis Mimi survived the apcolyse"
Ryan references the "other show" that he and Drew work on twice.
After Drew welcomes the viewers and audience to the show, he says, "Hope you enjoyed watching The Drew Carey Show just now."
Drew says the winner is "Lewis from The Drew Carey Show." (Ryan)
In "Hoedown", Ryan sings that he's on another show.
Ryan mentions his character of Lewis in "The Drew Carey Show".
During "World's Worst", the subject is "television program", and Drew says, "Mimi, shut up, you fatso!"
Referenced after "Whose Line".
Referenced during "Whose Line".
Referenced by Drew.
Alluded to by Ryan in the closing credits.
Referenced by Drew.
Alluded to in "Scenes from a Hat".
"The Night of a Million Shits", a broadcast event where all the dialogue of a half hour episode of television consists entirely of the curse word "shit", is made as an episode of "The Drew Carey Show" with Drew Carey and Kathy Kinney playing their characters Drew and Mimi from the show.
Conan mentions the show
Referenced during "Newsflash".
Drew calls Ryan by his character's name Lewis in "The Drew Carey Show".
Alluded to by Ryan in "Helping Hands": "I used to watch your show. Should've saved some money."
Alluded to by Ryan in "Weird Newscasters": "THIS is how you got two shows."
Alluded to by Drew: "The points don't matter, like flat abs when you've got a sense of humor and two TV shows."
Alluded to after "Let's Make a Date".
Referenced by Wayne in "Party Quirks".
Referenced by Wayne in "Scenes from a Hat".
mentioned in dialogue
Gabriel mentioned being on this show after becoming famous for being in the first Trekkies.
Mentioned in a story on tours of Warner Bros. Studios.
Referenced by Ryan in "Greatest Hits".
mentioned in documentary
Kathy Kinney is introduced as a star from this show
Referenced by Colin in "Hoedown".
correct response in "Cleveland Rocks!" category
it's mentioned that Crista Miller was a cast member
Craig mentions how he got cast on this show
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "The Moon Hits"
Title mentioned during interview with Artie Lang and Nick di Paolo
Mike Greenberg says that "Cleveland Rocks" is the theme song of this TV series
Referenced in "Guy Fieri's Full Throttle Christmas"
Brad "compares" Howard Cantour.com's humor to this series.
In the closing sequence, Drew Carey addresses Craig as Mr. Wick
Craig Ferguson mentions his former series
Mentioned by Leslie (West Coast Feed)
correct response in "Cleveland" category
Mimi is mentioned in the Thank You Notes segment
Jay mentions that Craig Ferguson was on the show
Drew Carey says that he was kind of retired after the show ended and before he was asked to host "The Price Is Right"
Alex Trebek mentions that Drew Carey starred in the show for nine years
Norm's co-host can't remember the name of John Carroll Lynch, the actor from Keaton's movie The Founder about McDonald's, but he does remember that the man was also on the show.
Keith and David watch "The Drew Carey Show" on TV
trope of working class male incompetence
heard playing on TV
Opening scene featuring song "Cleveland Rocks"
The feud between Drew Allison Carey and Mimi Bobeck is #3.
Buzz Beer is #10.
"The Drew Carey Show" is #10.
Drew Allison Carey gets an honorable mention with Kate O'Brien.
As well as the above reference, in Hats, Greg makes fun of Drew by saying "Hi, I'm the star of my own sitcom on ABC - Lewis! Lewis!"