The Piano (1993)
Footage from this movie is used.
Tom: Unreleased footage, from 'The Piano.'
Todd and Angel talk about the film, particulary the finger chopping scene
Jay says he hears Holly Hunter talking, but no sound is heard
Ian Hislop says he considered choosing this as one of his Room 101 choices.
Mike: "The Piano, Part 2: Where Pianos Dare"
Phil's sketch for Steve Martin is based on a scene from the movie.
Tom (during a scene set on a beach): "Wonder if they'll come across a piano."
Michael J. Nelson: (a scene on a beach) Wait, they forgot the piano.
Title is mentioned during interview.
Sylvia mentions Harvey Keitel's nude scene in this film
Referenced during the "Imaginary Crimes" review.
Bluebeard fable references
Crow: Jane Campion's The Piano Stool.
Chandler uses it at the video store to chat up Annie.
Crow: "Louise Fletcher is Clara Barton as Florence Nightingale in 'The Piano 2: Southern Comfort.'"
A character talks about this film.
The movie is used as an example of a movie which shows male genitals
Jeanette mentions the movie to be boring.
Jay makes a reference to The Piano when he first sees God.
Referenced during the "Holy Smoke" review.
A character mentions this movie.
mentioned in dinner scene
Paul considers renting this to watch with Dora but the video store clerk discourages him because of Harvey Keitel's full-frontal nude scenes.
the movie is mentioned during a scene in a video store
Jay claims that this is the kind of film that Miramax usually makes.
Referenced by name
Mentioned or referred to by John D. Lamond.
referenced in clue in "Actors & Actresses" category
Referenced by announcer as Anna Paquin walked to stage.
"Did they start off making a porno spoof of The Piano, and then realized that that film had enough cock?"
Subject of a $200 clue in the category "Oscar Winners & Nominees on TV"
Subject of a $1,200 clue in the category "Palme d'Or Winners"
In his introduction, David Stratton recalls Jane Campion winning the Palme d'Or for The Piano.
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Musical Movie Titles"
DVD cover shown.
Movie referenced in this episode.
mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned by David Stratton before he chooses Sweetie as one of his top three Australian movies as another movie directed by Jane Campion.
Nick asks Jess and Winston if they want to watch "The Piano".
The Chelsea Lately Offkey Singers sing about Harvey Keitel's full frontal nudity.
Jane Lynch mention this television show by name during the game Celebrity Fusion
Agustín says he is a mute, so Patrick calls him Holly Hunter.
mentioned by Sara
Seth mentions the movie at the Toy Fair
Mentioned by Andrew O'Keefe as a possible answer to a question about the film for which Keisha Castle-Hughes earned an Oscar® nomination for her performance asked when Hannah and the Chaser go head to head.
Reviewer Ryan Gilbey pointed out similarities in characters and certain events.
Poster seen in the background of an interview.
Mentioned by Seth as he introduces Holly Hunter
Poster seen in the theater.
Jimmy says he feels like Harvey Keitel in this movie.
David Spade talks about Anna Paquin winning an oscar for her first movie during.
Referenced in clue in category "Her Major Movie Debut".
Both Siskel And Ebert's #3 pick.
Clips are shown.
A clip is shown.
Clips are shown
A clip is shown
Oan praises this movie's music
Anna Paquin is #3 for her debut in The Piano.
George Baines is #3.
Anna Paquin's performance in The Piano is #3.
The Piano is #8.
A clips of the movie is shown.
Arthur watches it in the theater when he meets Jacques.
Clips shown - Love
Film discussed in the episode
Jay and Doris watch Holly Hunter in "The Slide Whistle"
Jay shows a clip of Holly Hunter playing the piano on the beach with an octopus
Jay shows a clip of Holly Hunter in "The Slide Whistle"
Anjelica's Cynthia doll is knocked overboard and is dragged down by a rope attached to a sinking piano
Kathy Griffin auditions for this movie