Mentioned by Louis Gossett Jr. as he hints at his upcoming role in "Sadat"
referenced on Saturday Night News
Simka says she's watched this film
Referring to Indians, Dr. Craig says to Vijay, "Win a few Oscars and you think you can run the place."
Norm says that he went to see this movie on his first date after breaking up with Vera.
Fran wants to see the movie and actually takes Vint's children to see it.
Shamy says his finished film will have some elements of Gandhi.
Johnny mentions the earlier movie's Oscar nominations
discusses his philosophy.
Mentioned by Supergran
Russ planned to dress as Gandhi for Halloween but didn't have the right accessories for the costume.
The film is mentioned by name.
Bull asks Harry if he's talking about the movie.
Title mentioned in Tommy Flanagan sketch
Dennis tells Ellen that he wants to open a restaurant that would specialize in curry, and that he'd call it Gandhi's.
Talk about Academy Award winning picture about a man who united India
Red tells a joke about a woman who saw the movie and hoped Gandhi will at least eat a cookie.
The critic John Herbert did not like the film.
Referenced when discussing "The Last Emperor".
According to ALF's book, if you look hard enough, you can see Elvis Presley in one of the film's crowd scenes.
Movieposter can be seen.
Referenced during the "Winter People" review.
Mentioned by name.
Gene Siskel contrasts this noble-minded picture with the cynical "Crimes and Misdemeanors" (1989).
Thane references the fast of Gandhi.
"Gandhi's back and he's stuffed"
Tom: "Jim Henson's Gandhi Babies"
Referenced during the "Malcolm X" review.
When Red says Gandhi was a genius for not challenging duels to large men.
Tom: "Patrick Swayze, as 'Gandhi'"
Jeremy is introduced as the star of the "Crocodile Gandhi" movies
Bill asks for a moments silence in memory of Ben Kingsley.
Mentioned on Sprockets
Mr. Kraft calls Sabrina a "teenage Gandhi".
Joey: But Gandhi? I mean, why give an Oscar to a movie you can't even sit through?
Title presented during In Memoriam segment
Tommy says to Stacey, "Werewolves are just made up movie stuff like Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) or Gandhi (1982)."
Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 1 features many clips and references from movie history.
Mentions the box-office grosses of "Gandhi II" which was a fictional film in UHF (1989).
Joey asks Dawson, for the umpteenth time, if E.T. won the oscar, and Dawson reminds her yet again that it was Gandhi.
Referenced on dialogue
Abby laughed during the film.
Forsberg says this was the latest film he saw.
In "The World is Yours", Nas says that he is watching the film
Deb mentions the film.
Indian characters says that he hated the movie.
Sam imitates Mohandas K. Gandhi when he approaches Darcy at the bus station
Mentioned in dialogue
In an excerpt from his lengthy video home, McKay laments that he never saw the film.
Vanessa "wasn't expecting the entire cast of 'Gandhi'!"
"Eye for an eye will make the world blind" line
two characters mention watching it while they're high.
correct response in "Premiere" category
Title mentioned in "Stanley Rogers - The Road Back"
Reference to Ben Kingsley as Gandhi
"the 'Gandhi' soundtrack"
Baggy and Joe talk about this movie
One of Tommy's sex tapes named after a film.
When Margaret talks about Ben Kingsley's performance in The Wackness, she says that it is very different from his role in Gandhi.
Included in a $25,000 question
Marge mentions it.
Brett mentions Ben Kingsley's role as Gandhi
Mentioned by name.
mentioned as one of the films to choose from for movie night.
Ben Kingsley's role mentioned
George Stroumboulopoulos jokingly says Hollywood is going to remake this film.
"Ghandi 2" with Bruce Willis cover
J.J. Abrams mentions the movie.
mentioned in dialogue
A still is shown of Martin Sheen in "Gandhi."
Poster is shown in a classroom.
Gandhi is mentioned
Howard mentions it as an example of a well-known Ben Kingsley role.
Jeremy mentioned the movie to James
Shown in tape collection
Ben Kingsley is called Gandhi
Referenced by name
mentioned in award ceremony footage
Film Brain mentions how Ben Kingsley won an Academy Award for his role in this movie
Jimmy mentions Sir Ben Kingsley in relation to Gandhi during the Mets Bucket Hat Guy segment
Gerry says that the film doesn't mention Gandhi's opinions about Africans.
correct answer in "'80s Films" category
Mentioned by Seth as he introduces Ben Kingsley
Mentioned by Susan
Blackcatloner noted that Gandhi was an inmate at the State Home for the Ugly in The Garbage Pail Kids Movie.
Director mentions the movie.
Footage of Richard Attenborough with the Oscars this film won is shown.
Mahatma Gandhi is the #21 hero.
A fragment of this film is shown in this episode
Gandhi is #29.
Clips shown in a segment on Mahatma Gandhi.
Featured in Best Picture montage.
"Half Baked Movies with Nigel" segment
Ben Kingsley takes #9
Clip included in montage of Ben Kingsley films
Gandhi is #9.
a clip from the Best Actor winner is shown
Ordinary heroes presentation.
Several clips from the film are shown.
Making of film discussed
Mohandas Gandhi is #2.
Gandhi is #5.
The film contains highlights of this movie
Seen in 90 Years of Oscars montage
Gandhi is #9.
Trailer for "Gandhi Loves Tootsie."
Spoofed in 'Ghandhi and the Bandit'
Jeremy starred in a movie called "Crocodile Gandhi"
Jay shows a clip from "Crocodile Gandhi"
Character in India is confused for Gandhi. Crowd follows him.
A clip of "Gandhi II" is featured in "UHF."
Ben Kingsley makes fun of his Gandhi image
Episode parodies this movie.
Mark Strong's character is parodied at one point being called Ben Kingsley