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References 

King Kong (1933)
Mentioned by Emmanuel Rahm (Andy Samberg) in the cold opening
The Flintstones (1960) (TV Series)
Mentioned by Seth on Weekend Update
First Blood (1982)
In the cold opening, Pres. Obama (Fred Armisen) refers to Emmanuel Rahm as "Rahmbo."
Miami Vice (1984) (TV Series)
Mentioned by Anthony Crispino on Weekend Update
The Terminator (1984)
A still of Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Terminator is shown on Weekend Update.
The Color Purple (1985)
On Weekend Update, Seth suggests that a possible title for Snooki's book could be "The Color Orange."
A Different World (1987) (TV Series)
Mentioned by Anthony Crispino on Weekend Update
Lean on Me (1989)
Mentioned by Deondre while talking to Morgan Freeman on "What Up with That?"
Seinfeld (1989) (TV Series)
In the opening monologue, Bryan Cranston mentions that he "played a dentist." He had a recurring role as a dentist on "Seinfeld."
The Joy Luck Club (1993)
Mentioned by Bryan Cranston in the opening monologue
The Mask (1994)
Mentioned by Anthony Crispino on Weekend Update
The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
Mentioned by Emmanuel Rahm (Andy Samberg) in the cold opening
Friday (1995)
Referenced in the "i-SleepPro" advertisement
Malcolm in the Middle (2000) (TV Series)
Mentioned by Bryan Cranston in the opening monologue
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2005)
On Weekend Update, Seth suggests that a possible title for Snooki's book could be "Sisterhood of the Not-Wearing Panties."
Dancing with the Stars (2005) (TV Series)
Mentioned by Seth on Weekend Update
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
Referenced by Miley (Vanessa Bayer) on "The Miley Cyrus Show"
Breaking Bad (2008) (TV Series)
Mentioned by Bryan Cranston in the opening monologue
The Cleveland Show (2009) (TV Series)
Mentioned by Anthony Crispino on Weekend Update
Jersey Shore (2009) (TV Series)
Mentioned by Seth on Weekend Update
RED (2010)
Mentioned by Deondre while introducing Morgan Freeman on "What Up with That?"

Spoofs 

Citizen Kane (1941)
Bryan Cranston's monologue song spoofs Kane's song in "Citizen Kane."

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