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This is a list of Cultural references to film in The Simpsons.
- "Homer Alone" - The Brat'us Don'thaveacow'us & Homo Neanderthel'us scene makes a reference to the Wile E. Coyote Cartoons.
- "Lisa's First Word" - When toddler Bart hears Lisa say her first name, he exclaims "Sufferin' succotash!", Sylvester's catchphrase.
- "Bart's Inner Child" - The scene where Homer dumps the trampoline of a cliff is a parody of the Road Runner cartoons.
- "The Springfield Files" - Marvin the Martian appears in a line-up of aliens.
- "The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochie Show" - June, the voice of Itchy and Scratchy, claims she did the voice of the Road Runner, but only was able to do one "Meep" as the studio doubled it up.
- "Brother's Little Helper" - Chief Wiggum calls Bart "Drugs Bunny".
- "The Last of the Red Hat Mamas" - The rabbit at the Easter celebration is called Hugs Bunny.
- "Smoke on the Daughter" - The couch gag shows Wile E. Coyote paint the couch on wall. The family run into and gets hurt as Maggie zooms in and exclaims the Road Runner's one words "Meep Meep".
- "Apocalypse Cow" - One of the chickens is named "Leghorn", a reference to Foghorn Leghorn.