Thread: TV shows in movies

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    What movies do you guys know of in which TV shows can be seen on the TVs in?

    Here are the movies I found TV shows in (and what TV shows are in them) :

    E.T the extra terrestrial

    Tom & Jerry
    Sesame Street

    Twelve Monkeys (?)

    A cartoon that may have been "Tiny Toon Adventures"

    Click

    Dragon Tales

    Can't think of anything else (yet)
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    Forest Gump:
    Sesame Street

    Back to the Future:
    The Honeymooners

    Back to the Future part II:
    Family Ties
    The Smurfs
    (I didn't notice any other shows I'm familiar with but you would have to look closely at the TVs playing in the Cafe 80s, that's where the shows I listed on that movie is)

    Back to the Future part III:
    The Howdy Doody Show

    Signs:
    Dexter's Laboratory (My Favorate Martain)

    Footloose:
    A cartoon series with a couple of pandas (I don't know what it's called)

    There was also a movie I saw that played a scene from the Powerpuff Girls episode: Mommy Dearest. If anyone could name that I would appreciate it.
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    The Longest Yard (2005):
    The View
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    I've seen E.T like a million times, but i still remember very disctinctly watching the scene where drew barrymore is watching Sesame Street and E.T learns to talk. To this day, everytime i see that scene i remember how i felt watching it when i was 3.
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    I believe Jeopardy is in Rain Man.
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    Leon The Professional had Transformers
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    War of the Worlds (the new one)
    Spongebob Squarepants

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    Spongebob Squarepants
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    i beleve it was fatal atraction that had you can't do that on television on it
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    HOW FORGETFUL OF ME:

    I just remembered that "The Simpsons" has appeared in "Flubber" and (the 1999 live action version of) "Inspector Gadget" .
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    A very early Simpsons episode appeared on the plane in Die Hard 2.
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    Quote by MacPlus512
    I believe Jeopardy is in Rain Man.


    Oh yeah I forgot about Rain Man. Yeah Jeopardy was in Rain Man and so is Wheel of Fortune. I forget what else is in that movie.
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    I think there's a clip of "Ed, Edd, & Eddy" on "The Ring"
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    In Honey I Blew up the Kid, the baby is watching Mr.Rogers Nieghborhood on TV.
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    Jurassic Park III - Barney and Friends

    War of the Worlds - SpongeBob SquarePants

    E.T. - Sesame Street

    Casper - Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

    Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery - Beavis and Butthead
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    Orange County had Jack Black watching Spongebob
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    Quote by mr3urious
    Jurassic Park III - Barney and Friends

    War of the Worlds - SpongeBob SquarePants

    E.T. - Sesame Street

    Casper - Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

    Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery - Beavis and Butthead


    "Casper" also featured "Hard Copy" (one of my favorite tabloid shows) in that scene. "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood" can also be seen in the first "Poltergeist", as well as NBC's "The Today Show" (Carol Anne [Heather O'Rourke] can be seen watching Gene Shalit reviewing a movie).
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    The Shining>Bugs Bunny Roadrunner Show
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    The Pokémon theme song was performed by Pikachu [Ryan Reynolds] in Pokémon Detective Pikachu (which was from Warner Bros. Pictures). Cassie [Abby Ryder Fortson] had a Sofia the First (Disney Junior) bucket in Ant-Man (Marvel) because Bob Iger owns the comic book publishing company. I'm not sure about the rest.
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    Jurassic Park III - Barney and Friends

    War of the Worlds - SpongeBob SquarePants

    E.T. - Sesame Street

    Casper - Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

    Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery - Beavis and Butthead


    "Casper" also featured "Hard Copy" (one of my favorite tabloid shows) in that scene. "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood" can also be seen in the first "Poltergeist", as well as NBC's "The Today Show" (Carol Anne [Heather O'Rourke] can be seen watching Gene Shalit reviewing a movie).



    Fat Amy [Rebel Wilson] was at someone's house, turning on NBC's "The Today Show" and watching Hoda Kotb (alongside Kathie Lee) in Pitch Perfect 2 because NBC is owned by NBCUniversal, parent company of Universal Studios.
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