A crossover game with Angry Birds and Rio characters.
Features same characters
Pedro calls one of the marmosets Little King Kong as an insult.
"There's no place like home"
Nigel with the globe during his song
shrieking violins heard
The monkey's secret hangout and royal throne chair resemble King Louie's temple and throne chair.
Lionel Richie's "Say You, Say Me" was written for "White Nights"
The "Fly Hard" poster, as well as Pedro's line "Yippie-ki-yay, monkeyman!".
During "Real In Rio", an walking egg bearing a resemblence to Sheldon is shown.
The main character in Rio, Linda Gunderson, is a play on the Fargo characters Marge Gunderson and Linda Kooksey. The story also begins in the small town of Moose Lake, Minnesota, which was the location of the cabin from the famous wood chipper scene.
The film's main protagonist is a parrot that doesn't know how to fly.
"South American Idol"
Referenced as anticipated film of 2011.
Roger's thumb verdict is shown in the "Now in Theaters" segment
Hewy reviews the movie
Characters seen on magazine cover.
AniMat mentions that the coloured extras problem in Rio is also seen in Cars 2.
Blue Sky Studios, the studio that did the computer animation in Titan A.E. later made this film.
During "Bronx Beat" sketch, starts rambling on about owning a Macaw and visiting Rio.
Jay Leno mentions that she was in this film
Vera Farmiga talks about her daughter singing a song from the film
Cover was shown.
AniMat believes Blue Sky has been holding back with the Ice Age and Rio films because of Epic's wonderful animation.
Blu appears as a Green Lantern.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his review of Rio 2 (2014)
among movies in "Diet DreamWorks"
Screenshot featuring Túlio and Linda is shown as an example of animated human character designs done right.
Mentioned in dialogue
Fox's later attempt at depicting Brazil.
Mentioned by narrator
when Bob turns into a monster. he looks like Blu.
John Cena mentions the earlier movie by the makers of Ferdinand (2017)
Poster is shown
Brought up as a film about birds made by Blue Sky Studios.
Brought up as a piece of Fox media that was supposed to have an attraction at the potential theme park.
Mentioned in dialogue.
Brought up as a film made by Blue Sky.
Certain levels allow players to use Blu and Jewel, the two lead characters from this film
Special about the film
a clip from the film featuring the voice of Tracy Morgan is shown
a clip is shown of the film to be reviewed next week
a clip from the film featuring the voice of Jamie Foxx is shown
a clip from the film featuring Leslie Mann is shown
Movie reviewed in this episode.
clips are shown as Roger reviews the film
Reviewed, clips shown. An original Blue Sky film in the studio's release pattern.
a clip is shown of Jackson Murphy's 3rd worst film of the year so far
Movie reviewed in this episode.
Clips of mistakes shown
One of the animated films of 2011.
Clips of "Real in Rio", which was one of two songs to be nominated in 2012, yet not performed.
Clips from the first movie are shown
Nigel gets an honorable mention.
AniMat recaps his opinion on the first film. Clip shown.
The almost kiss between Linda Gunderson & Dr. Túlio Monteiro gets an honorable mention.
Topic of discussion.
Nico throws his hat (a bottle cap) at the monkey holding on to the spoonbill that takes Blue & Jewel to the tram - just like Oddjob in "Goldfinger"
At the samba fight scene, Mauro is trying to intimidate Kipo by making elaborate karate moves, ending with the famous "Crane kick"
As Nigel tells Jewel and Blue about his career in the movies, there's a movie poster in the background titled "Fly Hard."
RiOa is a spoof of this movie.