"Where's Martin?" Tom (as Martin): "What up?"
Tom: "It was a good 'Martin' last night. What up?"
"Martin" Crow: What up?
When there's no cable the kids act out an episode of this show, but Peggy's unhappy with Bud's attempt at Martin's English.
Bart tells the Lovejoys about an episode of "Martin" he recently watched.
The diner cook assumes that Jefferson and Marcy have watched this show because they use slang words like "'hood" and "bro".
"Come to Martin's, what up?"
Snoop Dogg's character makes a reference while Insulting Peaches and Byrd
Jay talks about the show.
mentioned that Martin Lawrence is a TV star
Peter mentions "The guy who played Sheneneh" then Brian says "Martin Lawrence"
Jimmy Rollins says it's his favorite television show
Snob assumes the two drunk guys are fighting over who gets to be the Fresh Prince's sidekick and who gets to be Martin's sidekick.
Jamie Foxx mentions that Martin Lawrence will play his character Sheneneh from the show in a film with him
Two of the singing trio members went on to do this show
Referenced in the "Pimpin' Pimpin' Pimpin'" sketch
Chelsea mentions the character of Sheneneh.
Martin Lawrence talks about his earlier series, after The Roots play the theme song when he enters, and Jimmy shows a still
Mentioned in dialogue
The jury argue about whether to watch Martin or Seinfeld.
Poster spreads for this other FOX network TV show is shown and mentioned.
Tommy Mikal Ford
Mentioned by Jordan Peele when talking about Martin Lawrence being an early influence on him.
Amy and Jake together say: "Damn, Jean!"
behind the scenes footage shown
Footage from this TV show was edited into this mini-series.
Clip from the show's opening credits
Clip used in review.
When Tracy Morgan is bored from candidate debate he replies man when Martin coming on
Jaywalking participants re-enact the show's opening sequence