The 1968 episode "All in a Day's Work" is a remake of this episode, also scripted by Ed McBain.
Father Samuel Cavanaugh is introduced on Ironside: The Priest Killer (1971).
Officers Jackson and Tully argue about "acting like Ironside"
mentioned by Edith
Lamonts says Fred will have to be wheeled into the courtroom like Ironside.
The theme from Ironside is heard in The Five Fingers of Death.
Robert T. Ironside appears in the second part of a two-part crossover with The Bold Ones: The New Doctors (1969) that begins on Ironside: Five Days in the Death of Sgt. Brown (1972).
Lou says he feels like he should be solving crimes when he's sitting in a wheelchair.
Fred tells Grady's lawyer he should get himself a wheelchair and a television series.
Ted makes a joke about the famour wheelchair-bound character.
Sam Two Feathers mentions having watched the show, thinking it was about a Native American
Mentioned by Godber.
Mentioned on Weekend Update
Raymond Burr talks about his former series
Charlie wishes he could buy Loretta a motorized wheelchair like Ironside's.
When Moussayov tries to push Dina who is tied to an office chair with wheels, she asks "what am I, Ironside"?
Ida mentions the show by name.
Victor Buono refers to his new movie's spoofing of the series
Title referenced by Dr. Jack Badofsky on Saturday Night News.
When Tshalla tells him that he saw Old Ironsides, Luther replies, "Oh, yeah. I've seen that show, with the big guy in the wheelchair."
Ehrlich wonders whether the woman who was trying to shoot her cheating husband wanted to put him in a wheelchair like Ironside (1967).
When Joyce mentions that she'd like to see Old Ironsides, Woody replies that he doesn't know if Raymond Burr lives in Boston.
"Isn't she from Ironside"
Mentioned by Woody.
Jesse mentions watching reruns of the show on television.
Mentioned in a line of dialogue.
Damien refers to Henry as Ironside after he develops leg problems.
The girls want to watch "The Nun's Story," but Sophia and her nurse insist on watching "Ironside".
Crow: "'Ironside,' in color"
Mentioned by Tom
Mike: Tonight on a very special Grandma Ironside.
Michael Aspel mentions this show in connection with David Cassidy.
Theme tune hummed by Frank
Crow: "Just like 'Ironside'"
Ironside is included in Alan's list of heroic disabled people.
Mentioned by Denise and Jim.
The theme music is heard when Joey throws himself onto Ross when the car backfires.
Becker refers to his wheelchair-bound neighbour as "Ironside".
There is a reference to this show.
Mentioned with regards to Stevie's wheelchair.
Alan has Brian's name as "Ironside" on his phone.
Alan refers to Brian as "Ironside".
A suspect in a wheelchair is referred to as "Ironsides".
The theme song from this show can be heard when Zoidberg is watching TV.
Molly mentions watching the program.
Paddy has Brian's name as "Ironside" on his phone.
Den Perry refers to Brian as "Ironside".
A score excerpt from 'Ironside''s theme music is used when The Bride sees one of her attackers.
At the museum, Milhouse takes a ride on an "Ironside" display.
The same excerpt of 'Ironside''s theme song heard in 'Vol. 1' is heard when The Bride first sees Elle Driver.
During charades, Peter guesses that Joe is Ironside.
when larry is asking jack for a good restaurant to take jane too. he calls him "ironside"
Jonathan Ross mentions this series
man in wheelchair called Ironside
Wilson calls House "Dr. Ironside" when he comes in the bathroom in a wheelchair.
Tony references the show in a joke about his wheelchair bound friend
Casey: "Put down the book, Ironside."
George Clooney refers to a moss as Ironside.
Bill offers to do his impression of Ironside while doing stand-up on crutches.
Dean's nickname for wheelchair-bound Bobby
When Detective Roberts asks for Hank's help on a case, Hank replies, "You want my help on a case? What, am I Ironside?".
Mentioned by Warwick.
Mentioned by Dov
Alec mentions the show by name.
Mentioned by Ed Blumquist.
Mentioned in dialogue
Seymour calls Jonny "Ironside."
Jimmy Lakewell calls Steve after the character due to his being in a wheelchair
Peter's car alarm is the theme from the television show Ironside.
"I've seen Ironside!"
Mentioned by Jake.
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Number 39 in the Countdown
Smart Meets "Leadside," a parody of Ironside
Johnny plays Ironfeet in a sketch
Parodied in segment of "Portable TV Set" musical number.
Parodied (by episode title "The Case of the Stolen Sheep") within "Bo Peep Variations" sketch.
Title character parodied in "Murder on the Oregon Express" sketch.
In Props, Colin plays the title character saying, "Mark, we've got a crime to solve!"