Working Girl (1988)
footage from this fox film was edited into this tv movie
Jessie mentions going to see the film on a date with Billy Bostwick.
Vint tells Naomi that she sounds like 'Melanie Griffith' in "Working Girl"
Johnny mentions Melanie Griffith's earlier hit
Brian mentions that 'Melanie Griffith' vacuums topless in the film
Mr. Burns says "I like that film biography idea. A slick Hollywood picture to gloss over my evil rise to power, like Bugsy or Working Girl."
The ship is called Working Girl, the name of David Duchovny's film debut.
Title reference in "Working Ghouls."
Gene Siskel mentions that Joan Cusack was nominated before for this movie.
Lorelai: (to Emily, who is wearing sneakers and white socks with her suit) What's up, working girl?
Drew says "I have a head for business and a bod for sin." in the intro.
Amy compares Dawson to Harrison Ford in Working Girl, and Dawson replies that he'd rather be him in Raiders.
Mentioned by Rachel.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Continuing references: Stacey talks about the movie, has the poster in her office, theme song prominently featured
Paris says she watched Working Girl to prepare for her first job.
title on videotape
Subject of a $200 question
Claire mentions her life before marriage was "very Working Girl"
Brad: "Call me Melanie Griffith - 'cause I'm gonna be workin', girl!"
when discussing the perfect movie song, Tina mentions "'Let the River Run' from 'Working Girl'."
Scarlett tells Lassiter that she has "a bod for sin."
Mentioned by name
Alex dresses up as Tess McGill for Halloween
Sloan references Melanie Griffith's character discovering a business idea through a magazine, the Staten Island Ferry, the young Alec Baldwin and Carly Simon's song.
Gareth mentions the movie by name.
Jimmy mentions the movie which starred Dakota Johnson's mother Melanie Griffith
Mentioned by Sean.
Mentioned by Aled and Little Boots.
Nina mocks her fashion knowledge by saying, "My last frame of reference is the movie Working Girl.
Oliver Platt mentions his early movie directed by Mike Nichols
Mentioned by Carla.
Cat tells Kara that Kara is having an "end of Working Girl (1988) moment."
Mentioned in dialogue
Paula mentions the movie by name.
Upon being promoted, Ana's conversation with her new secretary is the exact same conversation 'Melanie Griffith' (Dakota Johnson's mother) had in Working Girl.
Bertie and Gus talk about it.
Dan complains that Jonah threw Dan's phone off the Staten Island Ferry while pretending to be Melanie Griffith in the film.
mentioned by Andy and Lance
Mentioned in dialogue
In the ferry scene with Diana, the soundtrack reminds you of something and you wonder what. It is the main theme music from Working Girl (1988) and Melanie Griffith takes the ferry back and forth to the city often: same music, same visuals. The music is, "Let The River Run," by Carly Simon. Go listen to it now.
The Snob mentions it.
the song played at the end is the theme from this film
Clips are shown in the teaser for the next week's show.
Clips are shown. #10 on Gene Siskel's top-ten list.
Clips are shown.
Working Girl is #91.
Let the River Run is #91.
Working Girl is #87.
"How To Be a Lady Boss" segment.
"Hairy Chests" segment
Clips shown in a segment on power dressing.
a clip is shown in a montage of Harrison Ford films
They show a clip from the film
Features footage from the movie.
Number 31 in the Countdown
Audio of Tess is used in a fake Donald Trump commercial
Cynthia's hairstyle gets an honorable mention.
Spoof scenes from the movie.
Dwight calling Mose from the manager's office and saying "You'll never guess where I am right now," to sounds of Mose screaming into the phone, is a parody of the final scene in Working Girl.
Here's your mail, working girl.
"Working Girl: The Musical"