clips incorporated into the event Zoolander took part in
The animated movie is set in the universe of the 2001 hit film.
The soundtrack tune can be heard as Mugatu shows Zoolander - "the future of fashion".
crime boss Mugatu is named after the Mugato ape monster
The scene where Derek and Hansel try to turn on the apple computer.
The male models are "trained" the same way the "Angels Of Death" are brainwashed.
The featureless wicker head as Mugatu shows Zoolander - "the future of fashion".
"I know it was you Maury, you broke my heart."
Zoolander calls Hansel: "Han Solo".
One of Zoolander's "looks".
This song is featured.
The license plate on the Jeep of Zoolander's roommate is RFK 575, same as a pivotal car in "Final Destination".
Owen Wilson's character arrives to the wedding with a strange Indian paint design on his face. In 'Zoolander' (with Ben Stiller), there is a fashion picture of Hansel (Owen Wilson) wearing the exact same Indian face paint.
Referenced during Ben Stiller's interview.
James has Zoolander title art on the wall in his apartment.
One of the housemates compares Jamie to Hansel and says the line "he's so hot right row".
Will Ferrell is attributed to working on this film.
The scene where Squidward gets hired as the Krusty Krab 2 new manager and SpongeBob thinks that he did.
Some lines from Zoolander are used again in this film.
Owen Wilson's character mentions Micronesia in both movies
Andy calls Ben Stiller "Ben Stiller of Zoolander"
Tre says a line from the movie.
Terrorist planes headed to the World Trade Center fly over a billboard for Zoolander (Released 17 days later)
Poster seen at the Spinners record store.
Steven describes a scene.
The girls are invited to watch it.
When Dean is posing for his police mug shot, he says, "I call this one Blue Steel," and does Zoolander's Blue Steel Look.
Video set up as dominoes.
Shawn mentions Blue Steel, Zoolander's trademark look.
mentioned and discussed in dialogue
A character mentions the film.
When Serena says she's practised her poses, Aaron calls her Zoolander.
Derek Zoolander was mentioned.
Ben Stiller did the Blue Steel pose while showing off the Stillerstrong headband.
Subject of a $1,600 clue in the category "A Performer's Education"
Subject of a $1,600 clue in the category "Noncredit Where Credit is Due"
Tammy asks Dan if he's "taking crazy pills."
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Film'Z'"
Candace exclaims that she feels like she is "taking crazy pills."
Dean says, "Nice Blue Steel, Sam."
"I remember when this gag was in Zoolander..."
Mentioned by Joshua Horner when he delivers his verdict on the Jive danced by Manu Feildel and Alana Patience.
DVD seen in video store
Mentioned in dialogue.
Referenced among the "Fox and Friends" corrections Referenced among the "Fox and Friends" corrections
Mentioned in dialogue
Blue Steel mentioned
Mentioned by Team Unity to Didier Cohen during a rehearsal of their fashion show.
Jim and Kathy discuss the movie "Zoolander."
Jennifer refers to one contestant's "Blue Steel" look.
Norman does an impression of Zoolander's "blue steel" face
On Weekend Update, Seth references the "Blue Steel" pose.
Mentioned by Ian "Dicko" Dickson after Nathan Jolliffe picks Didier Cohen to be in his team.
Lindsay mentions this as a Ben Stiller movie she likes
mentioned in dialogue
Owen Wilson says that he had someone cue him with an earpiece to speak foreign languages in the film
Mentioned by the Readers team as a movie beginning with Z during the Speed Reader challenge.
Cat makes a reference to it.
Jake says to Aria: 'It's taking a train to Philly to watch guys make zoolander faces at each other.'
Flora mentions the character of Derek Zoolander.
Owen mentions "Blue Steel", a modeling pose in the movie.
Chelsea mentions the movie by name.
One of the whimsical entries used in a phonetic alphabet is this title.
mentioned by Leo
"This is a fashion show that Zoolander is probably nominated for."
mentioned by Mike Golic
"Dude, I'm not your bro!"
'Owen Wilson' in Zoolander states that he has never been to Mount Vesuvius. In Secret of the Tomb, Wilson sees Vesuvius erupt.
Mentioned by Graham when introducing Ben Stiller
title mentioned by Mike Greenberg
Mentioned by Ben Stiller
Seth quizzes Adam Horovitz on Ben Stiller movie titles
Mentioned in dialogue by DiNozzo.
John suggested the last name Zoolander.
The model for Cross Technological Enterprises resembles the model for The Derek Zoolander Center for Kids.
listed as a film with Will Ferrell
Zac Efron mentions and does the Blue Steel pose
One of the titles during the Long Story Short game
The dialog contains a recognizable quote from the movie
Mentioned by Mark.
Booth thinks that Bones sounded like Zoolander instead of Bogart
Derek Zoolander is interviewed.
Mentioned by Claudia Winkleman when introducing Zoolander 2 (2016); also mentioned by Will Ferrell and mentioned by Danny Leigh when reviewing Zoolander 2 (2016)
Will Ferrell recalls being talked into dying his hair for his earlier movie
"He's building a model so I can make a Zoolander reference."
Poster is shown
Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson are seen dressed up as their characters from the Zoolander movies.
mentioned by Mike Greenberg
Mentioned by Andrew O'Keefe as the 2001 film that "Hansel... so hot right row" is a line from during Kerry's Cash Builder round.
Alexander Skarsgård talks about getting his first role in an American movie, and Seth shows a still
mentioned by Mike Golic
Donald Trump's cameo is mentioned.
Neil deGrasse Tyson calls out the impossibility of removing your underwear while wearing pants
Allison and Pheln quote the film.
correct response in "Gasoline" category
Correct answer to question.
Crow: "You, me, runway battle - now!"
A go-to move, and Zoolander is mentioned
"Get your Zoolander out of my Sex and the City!"
Todd says it as part of Hollyhock's surname.
Ben Shapiro compares a current event to the gas fight scene.
Mentioned that Godfrey was in this movie
Still of Ben Stiller in the monologue
Mentioned in the monologue
A clip from the movie is used
Tom: "Blue Steel!"
"What is this? A wall for ants?"
clips shown to illustrate the best films about the fashion industry
Clips shown in a segment on Derek Zoolander.
Shown on the 2001 episode
Footage Shown when referenced
Clips of mistakes shown
Brett's Movie Gadgets segment
a clip is included in a montage of Owen Wilson films
a clip is included in a montage of Owen Wilson films
Will Ferrell takes #7
Clip shown in montage of Ben Stiller films
Freak Gasoline Fight Accident is #4.
"Put a cork in it, Zane!"
Jacobim Mugatu is #6.
Zoolander gets an honorable mention.
Mugatu's Meltdown is #10.
Gas Station Accident is #2.
The deaths of the male models get an honorable mention.
Derek Zoolander is #4.
The underwear scene with Ben Stiller gets an honorable mention.
Aveda is #5.
Jacobim Mugatu gets an honorable mention.
Hansel McDonald is #9.
Derek Zoolander gets an honorable mention.
The critics didn't like Stiller's directing of this movie either
Rufus, Brint & Meekus' Funeral is #7.
Freak Gasoline Fight is #4.
Janitors get an honorable mention.
Featured during an obituary to David Bowie.
Sill of movie is shown
Jacobim Mugatu is #4.
Zoolander, which defined the career of Ben Stiller, is #7.
Footage shown when talking about films that were re-edited post-9/11.
Fit Inside the Building is #1.
Fit Inside the Building is #2.
Mugatu's hairstyle is #5.
Clip is shown
Zoolander, which was banned in Malaysia because it referred to the country as being dependent on sweatshops and forced child labor, is #9.
Zoolander, which features Alexander Skarsgård, is #5.
Too Cool for School is #12.
The deaths of Derek's roommates are #8.
Derek Zoolander is #1.
Jacobim Mugatu is #7.
the Lincoln assassination scene
Title character is brainwashed to kill a political leader.
Bionic sound effect can be heard during the walk-off.
Hansel says, "cut me", during contest.
Derek is conditioned to kill when he hears the song "Relax"
Zoolander's outfits - when getting brainwashed and in the catwalk finale.
The way Zoolander and Hansel leap through the air on the runway during their walk-off.
Alex posing at the zoo does Zoolander's "Blue Steel" pose.
Guy places his hand down own underpants manically searching for resolution to immediate surrounding problem. Both movies directed by and co-star Ben Stiller.
The brainwashing scene is spoofed