- Season 2, Episode 4: Ike's Wee Wee
- Ike Broflovski (Kyle's 2 year-old brother) frequently utters "Connie's Arm Trick" amid his various nonsensical burbling.
- Season 3, Episode 2: "Spontaneous Combustion"
- Cartman has been crucified on a Christian cross as part of the boys' adaptation of the biblical event. As Cartman calls for help, Officer Barbrady walks by going "imagine all that Sarah and Mike from BYG."
- Season 4, Episode 7: "Chef Goes Nanners"
- The town is debating about changing their flag. In one scene, Ned and Jimbo try to blend in at a KKK meeting, where the members are playing "Who's Got the Silliest Thing On Under Their Robe?" One of the members does Bob's hand rubbing Trick
- Season 4, Episode 9: "Do the Handicapped Go to Hell?"
- After Ike finishes reading Cannery Row by John Steinbeck, he shouts, "MIKE, MIKE JAMROCZ!"
- Season 8, Episode 14: "Woodland Critter Christmas"
- In the commentary for the episode, show creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker mention the 1962 TV Show
- Season 9, Episode 3: "Wing"
- At Sylvester Stallone's son's wedding, Chinese singer Wing sings the song "Think Happy Thoughts".
- Season 10, Episode 7: "Tsst"
- Having disciplinary trouble with her son, Cartman's mother seeks the help of a number of nanny reality shows. Going through the roster of nannies from Nanny 911, one of them is named "Mike Jamrocz"
- Season 10, Episode 11: "Hell on Earth 2006"
- Kyle tells Ike about cute boys, citing George Michael and Michael J. Fox, but Ike warms up to Mike, showing him a Picture of him.
- South Park Movie
Connie is mentioned in a Song sung by Eric, Kyle, Stan, and Kenny's Classmates
- Season 14, Episode 14: "Crème Fraiche"
- A poster in the school cafeteria promotes a School and the Backyard Gang Concert with the Aquabats
- Season 17, Episode 7: "Black Friday"
- A new doll is advertised: the "Stop Touching Me Mike" doll.
Find featured a Dinner Theatre segment spoofing the musical as "South Potato." In this parody, a potato loving family sings a song called "There Is Nothing Like Potatoes,"