The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999)
Footage from this movie is used.
Freddy says: "Tom, how's the peeping?"
Yachting Sequence W/Strange Interloper, Seduction
Referenced during Mango skit
Harrison's guru praises the movie.
Karen: "Now, you tell me what it is you don't like about the talented Mr Wimply."
Profion: "Not so talented, eh, Mr. Ridley?"
Ben Affleck says to Matt Damon, "I'm sorry I dragged you away from whatever gay serial killers who ride horses and like to play golf touchy feely picture you were gonna do this week."
Mango refers to Matt Damon as 'The Talented Mr. Snippy'
this movie takes its title from 'ripley'
Cited by Greg Sestero as one of the films that influenced Tommy Wiseau.
Referenced by name
The loan collecter calls Ripley "the Talentless Mr. Ripley."
Referenced during the monologue
clips used to illustrate composer's work
DVD is shown.
The idea for this series came from this show.
(when Ripley is mentioned) "Like the Matt Damon movie"
Chuck refers to James/Marcus as "an untalented Mr. Ripley".
Mentioned by Castle.
Jeremy mentions when he saved Gail after she fell out the rowboat and Mark thinks "The Untalented Mr Ripley".
DVD cover shown.
The other dimension's Dr. Venture calls Dr. Venture "The Untalented Mr. Ripley."
mentioned by Ashley
"I always thought he was talented Mr. Ripley"
Matt Damon says that in the film, his character was in love with Jude Law's but not vice versa
Video case is shown.
"The Talented Mr. Hampton"
Referenced in Neal's list of kidnapped rich children replaced by fakes
Included in the examination of psychopathy on film
Mentioned by Peter Bradshaw while remembering Philip Seymour Hoffman
mentioned in dialogue
mentioned by Ms. Palmer
Mentioned by Graham in his opening monologue when he talks about Jude Law
Mentioned in dialogue
Kevin suggests this movie for the movie to be shown at the drive-ins last night.
"The talented Ellen Ripley"
Tommy: "She sleeps with best friend. We call best friend Mark... after Mark Damon from Talented Ripley man!"
Title referenced in segment "The Talon-ted Mr. Colin"
Sean mentions the film cutting out the scene where Tommy and Greg watch 'The Talented Mr. Ripley', which inspired a major plot point in 'The Room'.
The other redneck is named "Dickie Greenleaf," which is the name of a character in The Talented Mr. Ripley.
Mentioned by Graham when introducing Jude Law
Cheryl says she saw Kevin and Moose lounging together at her pool party like a community theater production of this film.
Mentioned by Forty.
Jay refers to Manny, in his sailor suit, as "The Untalented Mr. Ripley".
Janet's #5 pick.
Clips are shown
Tom Ripley is #4.
Tom Ripley gets an honorable mention.
Tom Ripley is #9.
Clips are shown
Screenshots are shown.
The Talented Mr. Ripley is #9.
"Mr. Pesident, how's the peeping"
The episode name, The Talented Mr. Alan spoofs the name of this film.
Plot point wherein Archangel Ira is sent by God to find Jesus directly spoofs Ripley being sent by Jude Law's character's father ...