Thursday, May 26, 2016

Jay and Silent Bob's View Askewed Television Crossover Universe

Well, we hit 420,000 views on the website, and for some reason, that number makes me think of Jay & Silent Bob.

The View Askewniverse movies are all connected, mostly by Jay And Silent Bob appearing in every movie. Aside from that, there are numerous events, elements, and secondary characters that intertwine throughout all six films. It also helps that the movies take place in the same state.

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Jay and Silent Bob are fictional characters portrayed by Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith, respectively, in Kevin Smith's View Askewniverse, a fictional universe created and used in most of the films, comics, and television programs written and produced by Smith, beginning with Clerks.
Jay and Silent Bob have appeared in most of Smith's films, with the exceptions of Jersey GirlZack and Miri Make a PornoCop OutRed State, and Tusk. The characters are shown spending most of their time selling marijuana in front of the convenience store in the Clerks films. In Clerks: The Animated Series, they were also shown selling illegal fireworks.

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Shermer, Illinois is in the America of the TVCU, despite the fact that Jay and Silent Bob couldn't find it.  John Hughes once said that all of his projects were meant to exist in the same shared reality, and since I honor writer's intent here in the TVCU, anything with Hughes' name in the credits as writer, director, or producer automatically makes it in.  Not that Hughes didn't help us out, by placing most of his works in the same fictional Shermer, a suburb of Chicago.  This includes the Brat Pack films, the Vacation films, the Home Alone films, and others.

There is plenty of silliness in the TVCU naturally. Austin Powers exists in the TVCU. The Muppets exist in the TVCU. Jay and Silent Bob, Wayne's World, Scary Movie, the Pink Panther, Get Smart, ect. They are just sort of cartoonish because the TVCU isn't the real world. 

Dawn of Time God creates universe

A Long Time Ago--STAR WARS INFINITIES--They also appeared in the Star Wars Infinities comic Tag and Bink where they say they are from the Jedi Council.

33 A.D.--TOTAL FILM--In a 2005 issue of Total Film, a comic strip illustrating Kevin Smith's version of the Passion of the Christ was published, featuring Jay and Silent Bob in the final panel.


1960--PSYCHO--Morley is a fictional brand of cigarette that has appeared in various television showsfilms, and video games that otherwise have no connection to each other. The iconic, fictional brand packaging resembles the original packaging of the Marlboro cigarette brand. The name "Morley" is a play on "Marleys", a nickname for Marlboro cigarettes. Morleys appear at least as far back as 1960, in Alfred Hitchcock's film Psycho. There is also a Morley Lights version, in a gold and white package (similar to Marlboro Lights), marked "Lights."  Morleys have appeared primarily in TV shows, and at times in movies, music videos, and other media, as both a prop and a plot element.  one of them listed her is the afro music video because i got high which guest stars Jay and Silent bob

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  • 200 Cigarettes (1999): In this comedy, Lucy, played by Courtney Love, presents a block of Morley cigarettes to Kevin, played by Paul Rudd.
  • Brooklyn Rules (2007): The three boys find a dead body in a convertible around the five-minute mark; one of the boys steals a pack of Morley off the dash of the vehicle.
  • Definitely, Maybe (2008): In 1992, Will Hayes, played by Ryan Reynolds, buys Morleys when he arrives in New York City for $3.20, and he complains that in Wisconsin they cost $2.60.
  • Epicenter (2000): At the beginning of the movie, the character Nick Constantine has a pack of Morleys in his briefcase.
  • Freddy Got Fingered (2001): Gord, played by Tom Green, can be seen smoking a pack of Morleys in one scene.
  • Gun Shy (2000): In a meeting between the police, the character Charley has a box of Morley cigarettes in front of him on the conference table.
  • Heist (2015) Robert De Niro pulls a pack of "Morley Lights" out of pocket of dead man at the end of the film.
  • The House on Greenapple Road (1970): A character steals a pack of Morley cigarettes from a desk at the police station.
  • Joy Ride 2: Dead Ahead (2008): Rusty Nail, played by Mark Gibbon, buys Morley cigarettes in the opening scene in the shop, which he then smokes.
  • Murderer's Row (1966): Matt Helm uses a dart in a cigarette to take down a guard. He leaves the now empty pack of Morley cigarettes on the guard, showing the warning about smoking possibly being dangerous to your health.
  • Murder in the First (1995): Defense Attorney James Stamphill appears smoking Morleys while laying down and speaking into a primitive tape recorder, dictating notes about the case. The pack of Morleys shown is an old-fashioned design (based on the 1930s setting of the movie), unlike the modern-looking packs of Morleys more frequently seen.
  • Platoon (1986): Morleys are smoked by American soldiers.
  • Prozac Nation (2001): The character played by Christina Ricci smokes Morley cigarettes in the film version of Elizabeth Wurtzel's autobiographical Prozac Nation. Ricci plays a young writer who occasionally uses the empty cigarette packs as scrap paper.
  • Psycho (1960): At the end of the film, psychiatrist Dr. Fred Richman, played by Simon Oakland, tells the story of what really happened and shakes a cigarette out of a pack of Morleys. This film was released June 16, 1960 and is currently the earliest known sighting of the Morley brand.[citation needed]
  • S. Darko (2009): The boy carries a Morley pack in his left sleeve.
  • Spy Game (2001)
  • The Tenants (2005)
  • Thirteen (2003)
  • The Traveler (2010)
  • The World's End (2013): Gary smokes Morleys throughout the film, best seen after the fight scene against the twins.


  • 24 "Day 8: 9:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m." (25 Jan 2010): Jack Bauer poses as a German buyer and smokes a Morley Light cigarette.
  • American Horror Story "Birth" (14 Dec 2011): Violet, played by Taissa Farmiga, is seen with a pack of Morley Lights at the kitchen table.
  • The Americans "Pilot" (30 Jan 2013): A background extra is smoking a Morley regular red pack cigarette.
  • Becker "Santa on Ice" (13 Dec 1999): Becker smokes a Light Morley cigarette.
  • Breaking Bad: Morleys are smoked in the final season by several characters.
  • Beverly Hills, 90210 "The Back Story" (16 Sep 1992): Brenda Walsh returns from Paris with a smoking habit. Her parents find out when a pack of Morleys falls out of her purse.
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer "School Hard" (29 Sep 1997): Spike, played by James Marsters, smokes Morley cigarettes.
  • Burn Notice
    • "Scatter Point" (7 Aug 2008): The main character Michael is seen scattering cigarette butts outside a rooftop door and putting an empty pack of Morleys in the rooftop doorjamb.
    • "Fearless Leader" (25 Jun 2009): He bums a pack of Morleys.
    • "Blind Spot" (19 Aug 2010): Maddie is seen throwing a carton of Morleys into a suitcase as she packs for a trip.
    • "Square One" (21 Jul 2011): Jesse and Fiona are posing as crooked cops and extort, along with the security tapes, a carton of Morleys from a bodega.
    • "Reckoning" (12 Sep 2013): Maddie smokes her final Morley before James Kendrick's men burst into the house she and Jesse were hiding in, before she blows herself and them up.
  • Californication: Hank, played by David Duchovny, often smokes Morley cigarettes and can be plainly seen in many episodes. This is an inside joke that harkens back to Duchovny's days on The X-Files in which the Cigarette Smoking Man usually chain-smoked this brand.
  • Cold Case
    • "The Plan" (2 May 2004): Jerry smokes Morleys, and a pack is seen during an interrogation scene when Detective Nick Vera removes a cigarette from Jerry's hand that has burned down to his fingers.
    • "The Sleepover" (7 Nov 2004): Tiffany smokes Morleys (light brown pack instead of the traditional red) when questioned by Detective Valens.
  • Criminal Minds "North Mammon" (1 Nov 2006): DNA found on Morley cigarette butts leads the FBI team to suspect a soccer coach, who smokes Morleys, of stalking one of his star female players. The pack of cigarettes the coach holds is actually a Marlboro pack and not a fictional Morley pack.
  • CSI: NY "Boo" (31 Oct 2007): A smoked Morley cigarette is found in a voodoo doll at a crime scene.
  • The Dick Van Dyke Show "Sally Is a Girl" (19 Dec 1961): Pickles brings Richie a box of Morley chocolate cigarettes.
  • ER "Beyond Repair" (10 Jan 2002): While searching his daughter Rachel's room, Dr. Mark Green, played by Anthony Edwards, discovers a pack of Morleys with a condom inside.
  • Everybody Hates Chris "Everybody Hates Playboy" (27 Apr 2006): A carton of Morleys is sold out of the back of a car.
  • Frasier "Morning Becomes Entertainment" (6 Apr 2000): Bebe pulls a pack of Morleys out of her purse and asks Frasier if he minds.
  • Friends "The One Where Rachel Smokes" (8 Apr 1999): Chandler can be seen holding a pack of these.
  • Heroes "One of Us, One of Them" (29 Sep 2008): Claire Bennet's biological mother, Meredith, tries to light a Morley in the Bennet home before Sandra Bennet asks her not to smoke in the house.
  • Jake 2.0: A terrorist disguises powerful explosives as a pack of Morley cigarettes and demonstrates its incredible power by exploding a piece of swamp in the Philippines.
  • Judging Amy "Can They Do That With Vegetables?" (5 Feb 2002): A teenage boy sues the Morley company for causing his emphysema.
  • Justified "Riverbrook" (23 Mar 2010): A group of prison escapees rob a convenience store. One discharges a shotgun in the store, blasting a rack of cartons of Morley cigarettes.
  • Killer Instinct "Game Over" (11 Nov 2005): Morley cigarettes appear in the desk of Lt. Matt Cavanaugh, played by Chi McBride.
  • Kingdom "Please Refrain from Crying" (12 Nov 2014): Lisa Prince, played by Kiele Sanchez, is seen holding a pack of Morley cigarettes outside a roadside dinner where she and Ryan Wheeler, played by Matt Lauria, stop at after visiting his parents.
  • Lost "LA X" (2 Feb 2010): In the Flash Sideways, Rose Nadler is seen on the plane clutching a magazine with an ad for Morley cigarettes.
  • The L Word
    • "Lap Dance" (27 Feb 2005): Bette and Shane are seen smoking from a pack of Morley cigarettes whilst sitting on Bette's porch.
    • "Lunar Cycle" (16 Mar 2008): A pack of Morley cigarettes is visible on the coffee table when Shane and Jenny are lying on the sofa together.
  • Malcolm in the Middle:
    • "Stock Car Races" (2 Apr 2000): A pack of Morley cigarettes is one of the things found hidden by Lois.
    • "Future Malcolm" (4 May 2003): Malcolm plays chess with Leonard, played by Jason Alexander. Leonard tries to pay off his debts with a pack of Morleys.
  • Mannix "All Around the Money Tree" (22 Feb 1969): Joe Mannix opens a suitcase to discover a couple packs of Morleys—in white packs.
  • Medium:
  • The Middle "The Map" (11 Jan 2012): Frances brings Aunt Edie a carton of Morley cigarettes.
  • Millennium "The Time Is Now" (15 May 1998): Peter Watts discovers a Morley stub in the mysterious Millennium Group's basement as a nod to the Cigarette Smoking Man from The X-FilesChris Carter created both series.
  • Mission: Impossible:
    • "Operation 'Heart'" (22 Oct 1967): Barbara Bain's character can be seen removing a pack from a table along with a handkerchief (ca 20 mins in).
    • Morleys appear in the original television series, and several characters can be seen with them.
  • Naked City "Tombstone for a Derelict" (5 Apr 1961): Four young men led by Baldwin Larne, played by Robert Redford, surround a derelict on a lonely street. Larne offers him a cigarette, and, as the derelict turns to get a light from one of Larne's companions, Larne stabs the derelict in the back, dead, and tosses the cigarette pack on the body. Detective Flint, played by Paul Burke, and company arrive on the scene of the crime to investigate, and the pack of cigarettes is shown close up to be the Morley brand, a clue. This early Morley cigarettes black-and-white appearances shows a cigarette pack with an Etruscan horse image as the brand icon, and the first and last letters of "Morley" in lower case, and the letters in between in upper case.
  • Nash Bridges "Power Play" (16 Apr 1999): Morleys appear on a desk in a criminal's house.
  • New Amsterdam "Love Hurts" (14 Apr 2008): A suspect in an interrogation room is about to light a Morley. John Amsterdam takes it from him and says, "No smoking."
  • Orange Is the New Black "Tall Men with Feelings" (11 Jul 2013): Pornstache pulls a Morleys from his pocket and tries to light the butt.
  • The Outer Limits
    • "Falling Star" (30 Jun 1995): Terry McCammon, while possessed by a time traveler, tosses a pack of Morleys onto a bedstand.
    • "A New Life" (30 Mar 2001): Jacob tries to smuggle two cartons of Morleys onto the bus.
  • Prison Break "Bolshoi Booze" (11 Nov 2006): T-Bag picks up a pack of Morleys from a bag in Geary's apartment.
  • Pushing Daisies "Bad Habits" (15 Oct 2008): A carton of Morleys can be seen in the cabinet full of contraband in Sister Maria Christina's room.
  • Reaper "The Devil and Sam Oliver" (26 May 2009): Mary Pat, the greeter at the Work Bench, holds up a pack of Morleys before she steps outside to have a smoke next to the LP gas tanks.
  • Saving Grace "It's a Fierce, White-Hot, Mighty Love" (4 Aug 2008): the main character, Grace, is given a Morley by a suspect as she's investigating him.
  • Shameless:
  • Seinfeld "The Invitations" (16 May 1996): George Costanza smokes a Morley in an attempt to appear off-putting to his fiancee, Susan Ross, in hopes that she will call off their upcoming wedding.
  • Sordid Lives: The Series "Pills, Poison and Penises" (6 Aug 208): Morley brand cigarettes are advertised on a sign at the convenience store where Vera works.
  • Space: Above and Beyond "Ray Butts" (22 Oct 1995): The main character, Ray Butts, has a pack of Morleys at the beginning of the episode.
  • Special Unit 2 "The Grain" (3 Oct 2001): A housewife, under the influence of the Sandman, robs a convenience store, demanding all the cash and a pack of Morleys.
  • The Strain "The Third Rail" (21 Sep 2014): Mariela Martinez throws down an empty pack of Morley Lights. Later, Zach Goodweather finds Morleys (in green-and-white packaging) on the floor of a looted grocery store, and picks up two packs for Mariela.
  • That '70s Show "Eric Gets Suspended" (30 Nov 1999): Red Forman orders his son Eric to smoke an entire pack of Morleys after he gets caught with a cigarette at school.
  • The Twilight Zone:
  • Up All Night "I Can't Quit You" (6 Dec 2012): Chris struggles to resist buying a pack of cigarettes at a convenience store, where Morleys are visible behind the counter.
  • United States of Tara pilot (18 Jan 2009): Tara has pack or Morleys in the glove box after speeding away from school.
  • The Walking Dead:
    • "Save the Last One" (30 Oct 2011): Dale contemplates smoking a cigarette while standing on the roof of his RV.
    • "Consumed" (16 Nov 2014): Daryl finds a carton of Morley Lights soft packs on the floor next to Noah, who is trapped under a bookshelf.
    • "JSS" (18 Oct 2015): Carol finds a pack near a deceased community member, who she had previously called out for smoking, and picks it up as if to smoke one, but does not.
    • Daryl smokes Morley cigarettes, along with other group members, Merle Dixon and Abraham Ford.[example needed]
  • Warehouse 13 "The Ones You Love" (24 Sep 2012): Mrs. Frederic and Steve Jinks enter The Library, a secret room in the Vatican. There is a pack of Morley cigarettes on the table.
  • Weeds "The Brick Dance" (27 Aug 2007): Conrad asks Heylia about the Morleys that she is smoking, that she had not smoked for years.
  • The X-Files (16 Apr 2000): The Cigarette Smoking Man, played by William B. Davis, smokes this fictional brand, as does AgentMonica ReyesThe X-Files is probably the most well known use of Morley cigarettes. On the season seven episode "Brand X", Agents Mulder and Scully visit Morley Tobacco's headquarters after one of the employees is murdered; the company is described as a multi-billion dollar global corporation.

Video games

  • Gone Home: A pack can be found on the top shelf of Sam's locker.
  • System Shock 2: Packs of Morley cigarettes are an item within the game; when smoked, they cause the player character to lose health.

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Other media

  • "Because I Got High (Positive Remix)" by Afroman: In this music video, a man sitting on a motorized couch is seen smoking and holding a pack of Morleys before he smokes a joint, throws the cigarette behind him, and drops the pack because he got high.
  • Broken Saints: The character Raimi buys a pack of Morley cigarettes in this online cartoon. William B. Davis of The X-Files is a member of the voice cast, but Brooke Burgess, creator of Broken Saints, confirmed that the Morley cigarettes were in the original series "WELL before Bill signed on — but he liked the nod, none-the-less."
  • Sherbet (American comic book): In the short story "Milk," the eponymous detective, Sherbet Lock, reveals that both she and the missing child Belinda Darwin favor Morley cigarettes.
  • In The Darwin Vampires, a 2010 poetry collection by Patrick Chapman, the speaker in one of the poems smokes a Morley cigarette.

1969 Shannon Hamilton, Steve-Dave Pulasti, Walt Grover, Roddy &
Rick Derris born

Early 1970s Jay & Silent Bob born
Early 1970s Jay & Silent Bob meet as babies

1971 Terry Sanford born
1972 Veronica Loughran, Alyssa Jones, Caitlin Bree, Cohee Lundin, Julie Dwyer, Dante Hicks, Randal Graves, Holden McNeil & Banky Edwards born
1973 Gil Hicks born
1974 Gwen Turner, T.S. Quint, Brodie Bruce, Brandi Svenning, Rene Mosier & Heather Jones born
1977 Holden McNeil & Banky Edwards become friends
Late 1970s Dante Hicks & Randal Graves become friends

1980 Tricia Jones born

1981 to Present--MTV's Jay and Silent Bob Shorts

1982 to Present--SAVAGE DRAGON--They also appear in a Desperate Times comic strip included in issue #53 of Savage Dragon.

1983 Dante Hicks & Caitlin Bree begin on & off dating

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During 1984 “Purple Rain” released

Dec 1984 Randal Graves gets a Motley Crue jacket for Christmas

During 1985 “The Breakfast Club” released

June 1985 Shannon Hamilton, Steve-Dave Pulasti, Walt Grover, Roddy &
Rick Derris graduate from North

1987 Cohee Lundin transfers from Hudson to North

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During 1987 The finger-cuffs incident occurs

June 1987 Terry Sanford graduates from Hudson

June 1988 Julie Dwyer, Dante Hicks, Randal Graves, Holden McNeil & Banky Edwards graduate from Hudson; Caitlin Bree, Alyssa Jones & Cohee Lundin graduate from North; Veronica Loughran graduates from high school (presumably)

1988--LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN--"1988, America"--When war-hero-turned-handyman Kesuke Miyagi is found drained of blood, it becomes clear that the occult gang known as the Lost Boys are targeting the only individuals that can stop them from complete domination of America. It's the perfect case for the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen--except that their government contact, Oscar Goldman, disbanded the team in 1979 after they defeated Mr. Han's army of the living dead.

Now, disgraced scientist Emmet Brown has to put together a new team to combat the growing threat of the Lost Boys and their leader, a newly resurrected vampire kingpin Tony Montana: Transportation specialist Jack Burton, ex-commando B.A. Baracus, tech wizard Angus MacGyver and the mysteriously powerful femme fatale known only as "Lisa." But will Brown be able to stop the Lost Boys before time runs out?

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This was a April Fool's Day joke that got lots of us very excited when we thought it was real.  However, it is real enough for the TVCU.  The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen was a graphic novel which appears in Crossovers.  Note only the first two volumes (and this) are in the TVCU.  Kesuke Miyagi is from THE KARATE KID.  Thus this brings in the whole film series.  THE LOST BOYS is from a series of films, which are now brought in.  (Some have suggested the town of those films is really Sunnydale.)  Oscar Goldman is from CHARLIE'S ANGELS, which is already in.  Mr. Han is from FAST TIMES AS RIDGEMONT HIGH, bringing that film in.  Emmet Brown is from BACK TO THE FUTURE, which is already in.  Tony Montana is from SCARFACE, bringing that film in.  Jack Burton is from BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA, which is in Crossovers.  Angus MacGyver is from MACGYVER, which bring in this series, and MACGRUBER.  We know where B.A. Baracus is from, I hope by now.  Lisa is from WEIRD SCIENCE.  This is the film version, which confirms Shermer, IL in the TVCU (thus confirming that Jay and Silent Bob are not good at navigation.)  The TV Lisa is also in the TVCU.  Eventually, I will do a Shermer blog, and straighten out how both versions coexist.  Likely the show is in the TVCU2.

Pictures of former League members....Top Left is Jill Monroe from CHARLIE'S ANGELS.  I think the top center guy is SERPICO.  Can someone verify that for me?  Top right is Rocky Balboa from  the ROCKY FILMS.  Bottom left is John Shaft from SHAFT.  Bottom middle is the Bandit from SMOKEY AND THE BANDIT.  Bottom right is Steve Austin from the SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN.

June 1989 Gil Hicks graduates from North

Sept 1989 Veronica Loughran enrolls in Seton Hall

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1989-1993 Julue Dwyer & Dante Hicks date (somewhere in there)

Early 1990s Cousin Walter dies trying to suck his own dick

June 1990 Gwen Turner, T.S. Quint, Brodie Bruce & Brandi Svenning graduate from Hudson; Rene Mosier & Heather Jones graduate from North

1993 The last time Dante Hicks sees/talks to Julie Dwyer

1993 to 2007--STRANGERS IN PARADISE--Jay and Silent Bob made a cameo in issue #79 of Terry Moore's long-running comic book Strangers in Paradise.

Sept 1994 Dante Hicks & Veronica Loughran begin dating

~Early 1995 Tricia Jones begins research

Feb 1995 Veronica Loughran transfers to Monmouth from Seton Hall

Apr 14/95 Julie Dwyer dies in a pool (around 11pm)


Apr 15/95--MALLRATS--A mall Easter Bunny appears in MALLRATS.  Walt Flanagan plays Walt the Fanboy in MallratsChasing AmyDogmaClerks: The Animated Series, and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.  Bryan Johnson plays Steve-Dave in all the View Askew films but Clerks and Clerks II.  Brian O'Halloran plays Gil Hicks, cousin of Dante Hicks.  Jason Lee plays Brodie Bruce in Mallrats and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.  Renee Humphrey plays Tricia Jones in Mallrats and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.  Malcolm Ingram plays "Creepy staring guy" in Mallrats and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.  This is a prequel to Clerks.  Stan Lee plays himself. Stan Lee has also played a fictional version of himself in the TVCU in "The Big Bang Theory" , "Entourage" "Chuck" , "The Simpsons" ,  Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff, and "Muppet Babies" .  He also has many counterparts throughout the multiverse.  Click here for more.  Rene wears a Degrassi Junior High jacket.  At the end of the credits, it says that Jay and Silent Bob will appear in Chasing Amy.  Mention of "Pendant Publishing."  Gov. Dalton appears in Mallrats and Dogma, though played by different actresses in each.   This movie claims at the end that Jay and Silent Bob have a future story with an orangatane named Susane.  This story is told in the comic book, Chasing Dogma, and then again, differently, in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.  For the TVCU, I'm accepting the film as canon, and the comic in the alternate Comic Book View Askewniverse divergent timeline.   -”Truth or Date” held in Eden Prarie Mall
-T.S. Quint & Brandi Svenning engaged
-Jay & Silent Bob beat up Easter Bunny

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Apr 16/95--CLERKS--Clerks, released in 1994, is the first film to feature Jay and Silent Bob. In the View Askewniverse continuity, it takes place the day after Mallrats. Jay and Silent Bob return to their primary business location in front of Quick Stop. Throughout the day, they are seen dancing, loitering, and harassing passersby. Silent Bob enters the store to buy powdered sugar while Jay goes inside to steal food. They also deal marijuana to various pedestrians (including Willam Black), much to the chagrin of Quick Stop clerk Dante Hicks. In addition, the duo hangs out with Silent Bob's Russian cousin Olaf, who runs a heavy metal band and is looking to do a gig in New York City.  Aware of Dante's dilemma with Caitlin Bree and Veronica, Silent Bob says to him, "You know, there's a million fine-looking women in the world, dude. But they don't all bring you lasagna at work. Most of 'em just cheat on you."  The end credits of Clerks contains a reference to the return of Jay and Silent Bob in Dogma.  Walt Flanagan plays "Woolen Cap Smoker" in Clerks and Clerks II.  Brian O'Halloran plays Dante Hicks in Clerks, Clerks:  The Animated Series, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, and Clerks II.  Jeff Anderson plays Randal Graves in Clerks, Clerks:  The Animated Series, Jay and Silent Strike Back, and Clerks II.  Grace Smith plays "Milk Maid" in Clerks and Clerks II.  Scott Mosier plays William Black in Clerks, Mallrats, and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.  -Veronica Loughran breaks up with Dante Hicks
-Caitlin Bree committed
-Jay & Silent Bob go to a party

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Apr 16/95--CLERKS:  THE LOST SCENE--Clerks: The Lost Scene is an animated short that was produced for Clerks. X (10th anniversary DVD), based on a scene previously off-screen in the original film and only seen in the comics.  Joey Lauren Adams plays Alyssa Jones in Clerks:  The Lost Scene, Chasing Amy, and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.  Alyssa asks Dante why he smells like shoe polish, a running gag from this movie.  Talks about how Julie died and the game show she was supposed to appear on, both events from this movie.  Randall calls Alyssa "finger cuffs" a nickname her character has in Chasing Amy.  Randall has a trading card of God and 2 angels that resemble Bartleby and Loki from this movie

Apr 17/95 Easter Sunday

June 1995 Tricia Jones graduates from North

~Jul 1995 Boregasm released & begins 72-week run on NY Times List

Dec 1995 Boregasm: The Movie released

Release Date: 1996 (Contemporary Setting)
Series: The Films of Tarantino and Rodriguez
The Story: Two killers abduct a family as hostages as they escape to Mexico. Oh, and vampires.

Notes: This film is followed by From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money and From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman’s Daughter. There is also a video game sequel. This film also features Big Kahuna Burgers which originate from Pulp Fiction, Chongo Beer and the crotch gun from Desperado, and reporter Kelly Houge from Curdled. Quentin Tarantino has been very clear in interviews that his films all coexist within a “Tarantino Universe”. To this end, he fills his films with comment elements to link them together. Thus, this film is linked to the greater Tarantino Universe. Particularly, this film is linked to Pulp Fiction. Pulp Fiction includes another element not included in this film, which are Red Apple Cigarettes. That fictional brand has been linked to other stories by other authors, thus linking Tarantino’s films to the Horror Universe. This film was remade as a television series in 2014. This film has been referenced as fictional or paid homage to numerous times in other films and on television. It has also been spoofed in Dogma, Scooby-Doo, Ridskolan 2, and The Hostage II.

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1996--DRAWING FLIES--Kevin Smith is credited as Silent Bob in the film. Jason Mewes also appears in the film, but as a different character. Smith's character wears the same leather outfit he wore in Mallrats

During 1997 “Good Will Hunting” released

Jun 1997 Jay & Silent Bob move in with Tricia Jones

Aug 1997 Comic Convention

Sep 1997 Bluntman & Chronic released
Idiosyncratic Routine released
White Hating Coon released

Dec 1997 The Death of Chronic (Bluntman & Chronic #4)

During 1998 “Phantoms” & “Armageddon” are released
“Dawson’s Creek” debuts on the WB

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Jan 1998--CHASING AMY--In the reality of the film UNDERCOVER BROTHER, Family Matters is just a television show, as it can be seen on TV in one scene.  other movies where Urkel is mentioned as fictional are F.A.R.T.:  THE MOVIE, SISTER ACT 2:  BACK IN THE HABIT, PROBLEM CHILD, ABOVE THE RIM, BLANKMAN, CHASING AMY, TROJAN WAR, CAN'T HARDLY WAIT, KILLER FLICK, THE BREAKS, THE WOOD, BIG FAT LIAR, TWO DAYS, LOVE DON'T COST A THING, THE BENCHWARMERS, THE EX, I COULD NEVER BE YOUR WOMAN, THE BIG LEBOWSKI, SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT, and LOVE & BASKETBALL. Films that have referenced FULL HOUSE as fictional include:  DEATH TO SMOOCHY, SECONDARY HIGH, KICKIN' IT OLD SKOOL, HIGH FIVE, and THE ROCKER.  BOY MEETS WORLD HAS BEEN REFERENCED IN FILMS LIKE HACKERS.  Brian O'Halloran plays Jim Hicks, another of Dante's cousins.  Jason Lee plays Banky Edwards in Chasing Amy and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.  Ben Affleck plays Holden McNeil in Chasing Amy and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.  Dwight Ewell plays Hooper X in Chasing Amy and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.  Alyssa Jones' best friends were Caitlin Bree and Julie Dwyer.  An on-screen promise that Jay and Silent Bob will return in "Dogma".  The Diner Scene from Chasing Amy

LATE 1990S--CLERKS. (COMICS)--Questionable.  Particularly Chasing Dogma, since mos of that story was later recycled in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.  Some of these stories can fit in the TVCU, the rest would be in the comic book View Askewniverse, which includes all the films prior to Jay and Silent Bob Strikes Back.  Tricia Jones kicks Jay & Silent Bob out
Boregasm ends run on NY Times List
Jay & Silent Bob return Suzanne to scientist
Jay & Silent Bob go to Chicago
Holden McNeil sells rights to Banky Edwards

1998 to Present--THE SECRET DIARY OF DESMOND PFEIFFER--So if this show is based on "an actual historic document" according to it's own opening and they watch it in Clerks: The Animated Series and there's even Desmond Pfeiffer Civil War burgers fast food places does this count of a crossover?

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1998--DOGMA--Jay and Silent Bob went looking for Shermer, and couldn't find it.  They conclude it doesn't exist.  Jay and Silent Bob have links to the TVCU as do Shermer.  Perhaps they couldn't find it because they are idiots, but perhaps the town is in some strange temporal anomaly that sometimes causes it to shift in and out of existence.  Rufus later reveals a secret from Bethany's past about a boy named Brian Johnson, which is the same name as a character from the John Hughes film The Breakfast Club (1985) set in Shermer.  Brian O'Halloran plays Grant Hicks, another of Dante's cousins.  Alanis Morissette plays God in Dogma and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.  Note that in Dogma, God has been absent, sort of like Supernatural.  In the end of Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, which was supposed to be the final View Askewniverse film, God closes a book called View Askewniverse.  This could be taken as God ending the universe.  But going back to Supernatural, where God has been shown to write a series of books called Supernatural and a new project called Revolution, I'm going to presume that this means that God also wrote the View Askeniverse, likely through a muse, to a prophet named Kevin Smith.  Kevin Smith exists in the same universe as Jay and Silent Bob, as demonstrated in Yes Dear and the New York Times.  Kevin Smith would go on to later write and direct "JAY AND SILENT BOB GO CANADIAN, EH?", as seen in Degrassi:  The Next Generation.  It's presumed that this was Kevin Smith's first Jay and Silent Bob project that was not inspired by God.  It's weird that Banky Edwards owned the rights to Bluntman and Chronic, which he co-created with Holden McNeil, but Kevin Smith was also making films about the duo and other people that existed in the real world.  Jay wants to visit Quick Stop.  On the train, Jay can be heard describing the events of Mallrats to Bartleby and Loki.  Metatron is a majore character in this film.  Metatron also appears in Metatron (2012), God's Diary Is Embarrassing (2012), Damned on Earth (2014) and "Supernatural".  God also appears.  God also appears in the TVCU in numerous films and shows, including "Cimarron Strip"True Grit"Land of the Lost""The Young Ones",  "Miami Vice"Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey"Family Guy" , "The Simpsons""Supernatural" and more.  For a full list, click here.  Jay wants to visit Quick Stop.  Buddy Christ adopted as Catholic mascot

Jul 1998 Chasing Amy released
Baby Dave released

Aug 1998 Comic Convention

During 1999 “Dogma”, “American Pie” & “Magnolia” released
During 1999 “The Talented Mr. Ripley” released
During 1999 “She’s All That” released

~Mar 1999 Clerks: The Comic Book

1999--THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT--In the supermarket scene near the start of the film, you hear in the background, the line "You're Rick Derris?". This is taken from Kevin Smith's 1994 film Clerks. (1994).

1999--END OF DAYS--The Buddy Christ, unveiled by Cardinal Glick as the new image of Christ was also used in End of Days.

1999--NEW YORK TIMES--In 2001, The New York Times ran a comic book telling how Smith met and first kissed his wife Jennifer Schwalbach Smith. Jay and Silent Bob appear in one panel, promoting the then-forthcoming film Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back.

Dec 1999 Clerks: The Holiday Special
Caitlin Bree released from Marlboro (assumed)

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During 2000--SCREAM 3--I believed that the events of Scream 3 and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back were set to occur about the same time. Jay and Silent Bob are seen in Hollywood in Scream 3 and run into Gail Weathers. Then in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, the two crash the set of Stab 3.  However, the official View Askew website says that Stab 3 was released a year before the events of Jay and Strike Back.  Doesn't make sense to me, but it is what it is.  "Stab 3" released

2000--VULGAR--A newscast mentions Walt Flanagan's dog, mentioned in passing by Jay in "Rats."

During 2000 Clerks: The Animated Series (all episodes)--Jay & Silent Bob teach a monkey to smoke

2000--CLERKS--"The Clipshow Wherein Dante and Randal Are Locked in the Freezer and Remember Some of the Great Moments in Their Lives"--Ivan, I finally found another way to bring in Jay and Silent Bob, so I no longer relegate them to the DC Universe.  This also brings in Scream, by the way.  Jerry Seinfeld (the character) appears in the cartoon.

2000 “Boys & Girls”, “Bounce”, “Legend of Bagger Vance”, 
“Reindeer Games” and “All the Pretty Horses released

2000 to 2006--YES DEAR--Yes, Dear season 4, episode 19, Kevin Smith appears as himself in the show, but in the end does a little skit as Silent Bob.

2001--JAY AND SILENT BOB STRIKE BACK--Didn't catch this until last night, but the Cirrus X3 rocketpack can be seen in the bluntcave set in "Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back".  Figures, because Kevin Smith is a Rocketeer fan. Nice easter egg.  Ivan Ronald Schablotski, now that Jay and Silent Bob have entered the TVCU, I've accepted the Scooby-Doo crossover, especially after i just rewatched the scene, which actually does not start and end at the same bench like I had previously mis-remembered.  There are several references to the first film, including the #37 firetruck, Randal's line "You're not supposed to be here today", and more.  A Quick Stop customer asks Dante, "Are you even supposed to be here today?"  Brodie says, "Say, would you like a chocolate-covered pretzel?"  Alyssa Jones believes that "Bluntman and Chronic: The Movie" was better than Mallrats(1995).  Tricia Jones tells her sister Alyssa that "Chasing Amy" would not work as a film.  Matt Damon tells Ben Affleck that he cannot believe that he talked him into makingDogma (1999).  "Moonraper" released
“Bluntman & Chronic Strike Back” released
“Good Will Hunting 2: Hunting Season” released
"Untitled Wes Craven Horror Movie" released*

Music videos

2002--THE FLYING CAR--The Flying Car is a short film that was produced for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

2002--THE POWERPUFF GIRLS MOVIE--Jay and Silent Bob are caricatured, and Bob is called 'Jamie.'

During 2002 Justice released from prison

2003--CREEPY TALES:  GIRLS NIGHT OUT--parody characters of Jay and Silent Bob (who hang in front of a business selling drugs)

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2003--BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER:  CHAOS BLEEDS--In the level "Sunnydale Mall", there is a store in the mall with the name of "Buy Me Toys".

December 2003--MOBY PRESENTS: ALIEN SEX PARTY--Santa appears, as does Dante Hicks from CLERKS.

July 2004--I LOVE THE '90S--VH1’s I Love the '90s ("Jay and Silent Bob Re-name Your Favorite TV Show" and "Guys We'd Go Gay For")

2004--JERSEY GIRL--In the scene where Ollie breaks down crying while feeding the newborn baby, a small statue of the 'Buddy Christ' from "Dogma" is visible in the background on the shelves.

2005--COBRA BITES--A "Buddy Christ" dashboard figure is visible in the van.

2005 to 2009--MY NAME IS EARL--"When Earl and Randy are returning the items they stole from the convenience store, Earl refers to it as the Quick Stop, the store made famous in Kevin Smith's Clerks (1994) and referenced in the other movies in which both Jason Lee and Ethan Suplee starred."

2005 to Present--SUPERNATURAL--Wait. Gabriel is Loki. Loki is Gabriel. OK. I'm really glad that the Avengers is over in the Whoniverse.  Now chew on this; the movie DOGMA had an angel named Loki!  Who laid down his sword and chose not to take sides, getting banished to earth.  After getting Drunk

2006--KISSES AND CAROMS--Rufus the thirteenth apostle refers to Chris Rocks charecter.

March 2007--FAMILY GUY--"Bill and Peter's Bogus Journey"--In a cutaway, The Thing from The Fantastic Four is a victim of Lorena Bobbitt, who in 1993 cut her husband’s penis off. The orange rock penis is possibly a reference to the 1995 movie Mallrats, where Brodie Bruce asks Stan Lee if Thing’s penis is made of orange rock.  Bill Clinton’s “exit polling” joke is cut short on FOX to remove Bill’s line, “It depends on what the definition of the word ‘jizz’ is” before it cuts to Lois saying that she was a worse wife than Lorena Bobbitt when she married the Thing.

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2007--CLERKS II--Thirteen years after the events in Clerks, and five years after the events in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Clerks II, released in 2006, takes place. Now in their early 30s, Jay and Silent Bob had recently bought a car, but they were pulled over for driving with a deployed airbag. During the search, the police found a stash of marijuana and they were sentenced to six months of rehabilitation, where they become devout sober Christians.  Once out of rehab, they are clean, but continue to deal while trying to teach the word of God, in a manner similar to evangelists. In one scene, Jay even suggests to a couple of buyers that they should read the "Holy Fucking" Bible. The Quick Stop where Dante worked was burned in a fire due to Randal leaving the coffee pot on, and Randal and he moved over to the Mooby's fast food restaurant. Jay and Silent Bob follow them there. In the beginning of the film, Jay expresses some disillusionment at being a drug dealer and weighs on other ideas of what to do in life.  At one point during the movie, Jay, knowing boredom is the first step to relapse, dances to the song "Goodbye Horses" by Q Lazzarus after Silent Bob puts the tape in the boom box. He parodies exactly the same dance done by Buffalo Bill in The Silence of the Lambs, complete with the "tuck", although it is alleged Jay has been doing this in real life before Silence of the Lambs came out.  Near the end of the film, they are jailed with Dante, Elias, and Randal, in which the latter hired a donkey show to celebrate Dante moving away. Jay and Silent Bob were charged for possession of drugs, which violated their probation. They bear witness to Dante and Randal's fight in the jailhouse, but at first provide no meaningful help, with Silent Bob unable to come up with his usual wisdom and instead criticizing Jay for never contributing to a conversation. Randal wants to reopen the Quick Stop with Dante, but neither of them has the money, so Jay and Silent Bob offer them some of the Bluntman and Chronic movie royalty money under the condition that the two are allowed to loiter outside the shop and that the police cannot be called to arrest them. After the Quick Stop is reopened, Jay and Silent Bob return to where they started so many years ago.  There are several references to the first film, including the #37 firetruck, Randal's line "You're not supposed to be here today", and more.  Emma knees Dante in the balls and says "You fucker". So does Gwen to Silent Bob in Mallrats when he burst in to the changing room!  According to the official View Askew timeline on their website, Clerks was 1995, so this is supposed to be 13 years later, 2008.  But that same official website timeline places Jay and Silent Bob in 2001, and this is supposed to be five years after that, in 2006.  So I'm taking the average, and placing it in 2007.

2009--MAY - THE HORROR AT RED BANK - Ivan travels to Belfry NJ to investigate a possible Jersey Devil sighting but discovers instead a new costumed vigilante using the identity of the Nightgaunt.  Ivan and Ford O'Donald pursue the Nightgaunt to Red Bank and suspect the 'hero' is an employee of Jay & Silent Bob's Secret Stash. They follow three suspects in hopes of discovering who it is and how he or she knows about nightgaunts; to this end they visit the Broadway Diner, the Quick Stop, and a Mooby's fast food restaurant. They do not find the Nightgaunt. though they do find Jesus, Carmen Sandiego, and Waldo. Abandoning their quest when Ivan is called to New York by the Ordnance, Ford returns to Belfry, where he has secretly been assuming the guise of the Nightgaunt inspired by dreams of winged faceless creatures attacking those who venture into forbidden lands.

Nightgaunt / Night-Gaunt first appeared in Lovecraft's 1929 -1930 poem FUNGI FROM YUGGOTH.  The Quick Stop convenience store is the setting for the film CLERKS (1994). Jay & Silent Bob's Secret Stash was known as Brodie's Secret Stash when it was seen in the film JAY 
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Carmen and Waldo
& SILENT BOB STRIKE BACK (2001). Jesus is from the New Testament (about 2000 years ago) 
and is the basis for all Christianity, though this interpretation of Him (Jesus "Buddy" Christ) is from the movie DOGMA (1999), which is also the first appearance of Mooby's. The Broadway Diner features in the film JERSEY GIRL (2004). Carmen Sandiego first appeared in the video game WHERE IN THE WORLD IS CARMEN SANDIEGO (1985). Waldo has been hiding in WHERE'S WALLY? / WHERE'S WALDO? books, cartoons, and games since 1987.

July 2009--WAREHOUSE 13--"Claudia"--Claudia mentions Serendipity as a stripper.

2011 to Present--Cathedral in the Night, a church attended by TVCU Crew member Robert E. Wronski, Jr., uses the Buddy Jesus at it's coffee hour discussions as the talking piece.

2011--ROBOT CHICKEN--"Big Trouble in Little Clerks 2"--ROBOT CHICKEN UNIVERSE--This Casper is kind of evil. 

c. May 16, 2012--DAREDEVIL # 13--Matt Murdock and Echo both shop at RST Video. Both Dante and Randall appear. This takes place after Clerks II, so this must be the rebuilt RST Video now owned by Dante and Randall. Note that Matt Murdock must be about 50-ish by this point, but due to his exceptional fitness and training, he still seems to be operating as Daredevil.

2012 to 2013--DON'T TRUST THE B--- IN APARTMENT 23--James Van Der Beek played himself as a regular character on Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23. He also played himself in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. Since Jay and Silent Bob are in the TVCU, that also brings Don't Trust the B into the TVCU.

2013--PLANTS VS. ZOMBIES 2 VS. JAY AND SILENT BOB--This was shown originally at a comic con.  Click here to watch it.  

2013--JAY AND SILENT BOB'S SUPER GROOVY CARTOON MOVIE--Jay and Silent Bob become Blunt Man & Chronic for real.  They encounter the movie version of Bane and the comics version of Loki, as well as a Dock Ock wannabe.  Cocknocker returns as a real villain.  The story ends with Stan Lee asking them to join the Avengers Initiative.  I'm not even going to work out these crossovers in TVCU continuity.  Oh, Magneto's there too.  And they also run into Doc Brown (from BACK TO THE FUTURE).

APRIL 6, 2014--Jay and silent bob meet cheech & chong!!!

2014--TUSK--This is part of a trilogy, the second of which, Moose Jaws, will feature Silent Bob.

Matt Hickman:  I HEREBY GIVE MY PERMISSION to the Police, CSIS, the FBI and CIA, the RCMP, the Swiss Guard, the Priory of Scion, the inhabitants of Middle Earth, Agents Mulder and Scully, the Goonies, ALL the Storm Troopers and Darth Vader, the Mad Hatter, Chuck Norris, S.H.I.E.L.D, The Avengers, The Illuminati, The Men in Black, X-Men, Ghost Busters, The Justice League, Gandalf and Dumbledore, Santa Claus, The Easter Bunny, The Great Pumpkin, The Flying Spaghetti Monster, The Tooth Fairy, The Krampus, and all the members of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Black Sabbath, Voltron, The Groovy Ghoulies, the Thunder Cats, Dr. Who, Hart to Hart, Mystery inc. (Scooby Doo), James Garner, Angela Landsbury, the WWF, the EPA, and even Magnum P.I., He-Man, Jay andSilent Bob, Cheech & Chong, Neo, Blade, and the Boondock Saints to view all the amazing and interesting things I publish on Facebook.  I'm aware that my privacy ended the very day that I created a profile on Facebook, I know that whatever I post can (and usually does) get shared, tagged, copied, and posted elsewhere because I'm THAT fascinating. If I don't want anyone else to have it, then I don't post it!  DO NOT SHARE. YOU GOTTA COPY AND PASTE

February 2016--JAY AND SILENT BOB:  CHRONIC BLUNT PUNCH--In February 2016, Interabang announced the development of Jay and Silent Bob: Chronic Blunt Punch, a beat 'em up video game in the style of Castle Crashers featuring the titular characters fighting through miscreants in the "mall of purgatory" down the street from the Quik Stop. In addition to combat, the game includes a means to use insults as finishing moves in combat. The game is being developed with input from Smith and considered part of the View Askewniverse. Interabang used the Fig crowdfunding to raise $400k to complete the title, which successfully raised over $435,000 at the completion of the campaign.

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The Near Future--MALLRATS 2  (AKA MALLBRATS)--In March 2015, Smith announced that he was in the process of creating Mallrats 2 and that a majority of the cast had already signed on to return for the sequel. In April 2015, it was confirmed that production of the film would begin in late 2015 and would be Smith's next project. Smith said, "we were talking about initially shooting Clerks III this summer and then we were going to get to Mallrats in the beginning of 2016. And then it jumped into 2015, where we were going to shoot Clerk’s and then hopefully Mallrats before the end of the year. But now, based on a f—ing mall that we all dig that will be going away, the priority has become Mallrats. So, the next f—ing movie I’m making isMallrats 2." 

2018--CLERKS III--Kevin Smith said in 2013, in a Reddit Ask me Anything that the duo would appear in Clerks III.  On July 2, 2014, at Colston Hall as part of the Jay & Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie tour, Kevin Smith said that the next appearance of the duo would be in Clerks III, and that they hoped to begin filming in the summer of 2015.  Production was originally set to begin in May 2015, but was put on hold in favor of shooting Mallrats 2 first.

The Near Future--MOOSE JAWS--Allegedly, Silent Bob will die in this film.  


Alternate Versions:

Yes, even these characters have counterparts in other realms.

Buffyverse--Demonic versions of Jay and Silent Bob can be seen in one panel on the second page of Angel: After the Fall issue #5, standing outside of a cafe in the safe haven of Silverlake. Writer Brian Lynch confirmed the reference and attributed their inclusion to artistFranco Urru.

DC Universe--Jay and Silent Bob made a brief appearance in one panel of Green Arrow (vol. 3) #6, standing outside Jason Blood's Safe House inStar City. This issue was written by Kevin Smith during his 15-issue run on the title character. The duo were also interviewed by Newstime Magazine following the Death of Superman.  

Memeverse--Just google it.  Tons of Jay and Silent Bob mash-ups.

Mirror Universe--Fanboys (cameo) Not actually "Jay and Silent Bob", they are a close facsimile. (The roles were reversed. Smith's character was hanging out in front of the gas station bathroom, pimping out Jason Mewes' character.)

TVCU2--Clerks – a live-action pilot for a TV show, based on the film Clerks. (This production did not involve Kevin Smith).

TVCU-4 (or the Arrowverse, or Earth-1, or the DC TV Universe, or the Comic Book Toobworld)--Jay and Silent Bob recently visited Central City, and I"m told Jay had an Earth-2 doppelganger who was part of Zoom's super-villain army.  Note that what they call Earth-2 is actually the Mirror TVCU-4.  

TVCU-37--View Askew Universe--Clerks, Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back, Dogma, etc.

TVCU-69--The Rule 34 Universe--Clerks XXX: A Porn Parody (2013) (Video) Adult parody of the film.

Wold Newton Universe--According to Jeffrey Bryson, Jay and Silent Bob were the same characters as Beavis & Butt-Head, and the sons of Ollu and Buzsla.  

1 comment:

  1. Remind me who Terry Sanford is. For the life of me, I don't remember that Askewniverse character.