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Jurassic Park is a 1990 science fiction novel written by Michael Crichton of an amusement park showcasing genetically recreated dinosuars. It was adapted into a film in 1993 by director Steven Spielberg that won 3 Oscars, 19 other awards, and 15 nominations and has since spawned numerous sequels.

Peter Griffin mentions "that spittin' lizard from Jurassic Park" in "A Hero Sits Next Door".

Peter and his wife Lois treat a hooker in "North by North Quahog" the same way the main characters in Jurassic Park treat a Tyrannosaurus Rex. Peter orders not to make sudden movements or else they'll be spotted.

While faking a dinosaur eating Glenn Quagmire's body, Peter hums the film's theme in "I Take Thee Quagmire".

The Superstore USA employee on the toilet in "Hell Comes to Quahog" seeing the destruction of the store is a reference to the novel.

Peter uses Stewie's goat to bait Toby Keith, but Lois tells him that Toby Keith doesn't want to be fed, he wants to hunt in "Padre de Familia".

The trek to Executive Bathroom Island in "Tales of a Third Grade Nothing", the accompaniment by John Hammond, as well as the island itself all parody the first installment.

Peter's line in "German Guy" about "Life always finds a way" is a reference to a line Jeff Goldblum's character said in the film.

Chris acts like the dilophosaurus from Jurassic Park when he spits on Lois in "Tom Tucker: The Man and His Dream".

Stewie's time machine admonishment for Brian in "Yug Ylimaf" parodies Dennis Nedry's in Jurassic Park.

Jack's waving of sparklers and creating a distraction to escape the giant in "Grimm Job" is a parody of a scene in in which a tyrannosaurus is distracted with road flares.

Peter notes that his vacation to the Bahamas in "Take My Wife" marks only the second time that he had ever watched every Jurassic Park film.