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The Sopranos: One "After Hours" episode ends in a similar manner to the series finale, complete with a Cliff Hanger fade-out.
: The Green Goblin sings the "It's Log!" jingle while doped up on sedatives.
Ren and Stimpy : Two, near the end of "After Hours: Happy Hour #3":
Quite a Meta- Shout-Out, considering Edward Norton was the star of both movies.
: The The Naked Gun of Green Goblin defeating all the Imagine Spot brainwashed superheroes was a straight homage to the opening sequence of the first movie where Frank Drebin beat up all of America's enemies in Beirut.
The Naked Gun : The The Last Crusade Take My Hand example below.
: "Earthquake! A terrible flood! Locusts! It wasn't my fault I sweeeeaaaar!"
The Blues Brothers : "Are we awake?" We're not sure. Are we...bald?"
Also: "You said murder twice." "I like murder."
during Deadpool's pleading song to Ryan Reynolds:
Deadpool's kung-fu routine just before the Green Goblin blows him up is taken off Daffy Duck's Robin Hood short.
And now we have THIS!
With all the time travel going on in season three, this exchange was inevitable:
Deadpool's guitar is named Lucille which was also the name of legendary blues musician B. B. King's guitar.
Having just beaten off the brainwashed superheroes, Goblin utters this line.
The first time the Green Goblin was drugged up, it was similar to the dream sequence in .
The Big Lebowski
Also, when the drug first entered Goblin, the resulting scene was like the drug scene in .
Requiem for a Dream : When Green Goblin was about to attack Batman from behind. "It's not personal, Bats. It's strictly business."
The Godfather Harley's eulogy to the apparently dead Joker in Zero Hour.
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