Superman

Superman

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Pop Culture Connections - Incoming

It is referred to by these books...

The Awkward Thoughts of W. Kamau Bell
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This Book refers to Superman
W. Kamau Bell writes that the last time 'Superman' made any sense was in the 1970s. (p. 36)

It is related to these television series...

Smallville

This Television Series is related to Superman
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It is related to these movie series...

Man of Steel

This Movie Series is related to Superman
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Superman (Christopher Reeve)

This Movie Series is related to Superman
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It is referred to by these television episodes...

Better With You:
Season:  1  / Episode:  14 
Better with a Leather Jacket

This Television Episode refers to Superman
Casey tells Mia he thinks she's like a reverse Superman, with her ability to change out of her clothes and into her pajamas so quickly.

Mad Men:
Season:  4  / Episode:  12 
Blowing Smoke

This Television Episode refers to Superman
Sally tells Gene about a dream she had, where she was floating over town, standing straight up, "not like Superman", and that she was in London, like in 'Mary Poppins'.

Family Guy:
Season:  9  / Episode:  6 
Brian Writes a Bestseller

This Television Episode refers to Superman
Stewie promises Brian he will be as quiet as a man in a coma. The scene cuts away to a man in a coma, who is relieved to be alone with just his own thoughts. He starts imagining great movie ideas, and comes up with the thought of creating a Predator vs. Superman movie.

How I Met Your Mother:
Season:  2  / Episode:  14 
Monday Night Football

This Television Episode refers to Superman
When Marshall says he thinks Barney has a gambling problem, Barney replies, "Oh, poor Superman. Somebody should talk to him about his flying problem. It's not a problem if you're awesome at it.".

Family Guy:
Season:  3  / Episode:  9 
Mr. Saturday Knight

This Television Episode refers to Superman
The Griffin's invite Margot Kidder to their home for dinner. Lois tells Margot that she loved her in the 'Superman' movies. Margot's response is to jump up from the table, break through the window and run away screaming.

Happy Endings:
Season:  2  / Episode:  18 
Party of Six

This Television Episode refers to Superman
Dave tries to think of a restaurant everyone can go to for Penny's birthday dinner. He asks his friends to give him a minute to think, adding that Superman can't just fly whenever he wants.

Family Guy:
Season:  14  / Episode:  6 
Peter's Sister

This Television Episode refers to Superman
Peter's friends recognize Karen, Peter's sister as a celebrity professional female wrestler. Quagmire says that Karen is crazy strong, like Superman on a date.

The King of Queens:
Season:  1  / Episode:  9 
Road Rayge

This Television Episode refers to Superman
Carrie tells Doug that Ray is his 'Kryptonite'.

The Office:
Season:  2  / Episode:  18 
Take Your Daughter to Work Day

This Television Episode refers to Superman
Michael addresses the kids during Take Your Daughter to Work Day. He tells them "Hi, children. I'm Michael Scott, and... I... am in charge of this place... ahh, what'll make you... understand... I am... like Superman, and the people who work here are like citizens of Gotham City. "

How I Met Your Mother:
Season:  8  / Episode:  19 
The Fortress

This Television Episode refers to Superman
Barney compares his life and his apartment to the original Superman series movies 1 through 3.

How I Met Your Mother:
Season:  4  / Episode:  9 
The Naked Man

This Television Episode refers to Superman
Barney describes The Naked Man as being like a superhero, the Superman to Barney's Batman, contrasting the Barney complicated approach, gadgets, gimmicks and secret identities, to the simple very opposite idea of ripping off one's clothes.

Other Connections and Related Pop Culture

 

Superman and the Mole Men
part of Superman

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Superman
part of Superman and Superman (Christopher Reeve)

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Superman II
part of Superman and Superman (Christopher Reeve)

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  • Type: Movie
 

Superman III
part of Superman and Superman (Christopher Reeve)

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  • Type: Movie
 

Supergirl
part of Superman

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  • Type: Movie
 

Superman Returns
part of Superman

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  • Type: Movie
 

Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut
part of Superman and Superman (Christopher Reeve)

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Man of Steel
part of DC Extended Universe, Man of Steel, and Superman

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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
part of Batman, DC Extended Universe, Man of Steel, and Superman

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  • Type: Movie

 

Superman

Superman

 

Superman
part of Superman and Superman (Christopher Reeve)

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Superman
performed by Glee Cast; features Blake Jenner and Jacob Artist

Superman
performed by Ivory Layne

Superman
performed by Lazlo Bane

Superman
performed by R.E.M.

Superman
performed by Robert Wait

Supernanny

The Supermen
performed by David Bowie

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  • Type: Song

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