A Time to Kill (1996)
Amanda asking jury to look at woman, then imagine she's a man.
Referenced during the Video Pick of the Week segment.
Referenced during the "The Chamber" review.
Video poster seen in the video store
Use of the line "Yes, they deserved to die, and I hope they burn in hell." by Jackson's characters in both films.
Mentioned in dialogue; Oliver Platt is attributed to working on this film.
Dave plays Samuel L. Jackson and mentions the movie
Video case is shown in a video store.
DVD is shown.
Included in a $1,000 question
mentioned by Jay in a list of Matthew McConaughey's films
"So long, Samuel! I hope you burn in hell!"
A still is shown of Ashley Judd in "A Time to Kill."
Shawn to Gus: "You are Matthew McConaughey, and this is your 'Time to Kill.'"
Mentioned by Graham and Matthew McConaughey
"For some reason the hicks from the beginning of A Time to Kill want to give Leroy a hard time."
Mentioned among Joel Schumacher's good movies.
It is referenced.
La-Tonya Webb mentions the film
Mentioned in the 'White Savior' trailer
Clips are shown.
among other Samuel L. Jackson movies
Jake Tyler Brigance is #2.
Jake Tyler Brigance is #7.
Freddie Lee Cobb is #8.
recalling Carl Lee Hailey's fiery testimony
"Yes they deserve to die, and I hope they burn in Hell!"
dave says sam jackson's line "yeah they deserved to die and i hope they burn in hell" from the movie making fun of samuel l jackson
Chanting "Free The Bee" in the courtroom, echoes "Free Carl Lee" chant.
Steve's final speech spoofs the one made by Matthew McConaughey's character Jake Tyler Brigance
Samuel L. Jackson acts out his film career