*batteries not included (1987)
Faye refers to Carlos, whom she thinks is her son, Bobby, as "my little Munchkin."
Harry says, "I'll take door number one!"
Mentioned by Faye
Seen on a theater marquee as Harry runs past
Movie name on cinema marquee.
The title of the episode is a take from this movie.
Siskel and Ebert quarrel about the film (in an archive clip).
Summoners Not Included
A "*batteries not included" movie poster hangs in Abed's dorm room.
Poster seen in Abed's room.
Mama's Ran-D housekeeping droids are based on the alien robots from this film. Source: starwars.com
Abed has a poster in his dorm
Video case is shown in a video store.
"...in the opening credits of Batteries Not Included."
Speilberg plans to make a "Batteries Included" movie.
Referenced in the Under-Underground Records ad
A mission is called "Batteries Not Included".
Mentioned in dialogue.
Property developers want to buy an otherwise derelict apartment building. Protagonist attempts to save the building.
In the Ya Burnt segment, Seth says he liked the movie Chappie better when it was called Short Circuit, *batteries not included, and I Robot
also directed by Matthew Robbins
Crow: "These batteries are not included."
"Now he's off to open a restaurant with Jessica Tandy and robot aliens."
Poster seen in Amblin montage.
Jimmy Safechuck says he watched the movie with Michael Jackson before it was released. A poster is shown.
Footage of a small robot walking on the grill is from this movie.
When the martians first encounter a paved road they shoot a sphere onto it which turns into a robot like those from the movie Batteries Not Included.