Donnie Brasco (1997)
this is a pre-release first look at the film Donnie Brasco
Mike: We could go to Donnie Brasco's.
"I gotta go do Donnie Brasco."
Still references Italian stereotyping.
Orange J calls Chris "Donnie Brasco"
This is the making-of documentary.
The movie gets mentioned in this episode.
Title listed on Anne Heche's resume during Celebrity Jeopardy!
Poster in Berry's bedroom
references the famous line "Forget about it"
There's a line where the Mafia boss says "Fuggedaboutit" in the same way as the recurring line is said in Donnie Brasco.
Referenced in Undercover Gangster
Veronica mentions the character when she talks to Wallace
Poster seen on wall.
Dice recites dialogue from the film
"real Donnie Brasco shit"
DVD is shown in Amanda's house.
Discusses writing the film.
still shown from the set
Kendra suggests watching the movie (as part of a scene from "The House Bunny")
FBI Agent Stanley says, "These days, the bad guys can run prints, too. They've seen 'Donnie Brasco'. They know how we work."
Included in a $250,000 question
Nozomi's colleague recommends this film to a customer.
DVD is shown in a video store.
Mentioned by DiNozzo
Appears on the list of DVD & Blu-Ray releases of May/June
The scene in the library is reminiscent of the scene at the airport in that film
when Jane prepares her to go undercover, Maura says she feels like Donnie Brasco.
Oz mentioned the movie.
Mentioned by Inspector Nixon: "Well, well, if it isn't donnie Brasco"
mentioned by Kat
Referenced in dialogue
Mentioned in dialogue
Jake refers to the film.
It's not fuggazzi, it's fugazi. Yeah, yeah I know what a fugazi is.
mentioned by Bengt
mentioned by Andy
Andy Hamilton compares the film to the FIFA corruption scandal.
mentioned by Mike Greenberg
Mentioned by Andrew O'Keefe as a possible answer to a question about the movie in which Johnny Depp does not play the title character asked when Sarah and the Chaser go head to head.
Jake and Terry discuss the film.
Mackenzie calls Sabrina Donnie Brasco.
Mentioned by Dan.
"Fuggedabouddit", written as a graffiti in a NYC-themed area.
Broderick's "agent" is named Lonnie Bosco, a reference to Johnny Depp's mob-infiltrating FBI agent character in the movie of the same name.
title/Homer goes undercover to bust Fat Tony