Janet Reno - in Popular Culture

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Miami rappers Anquette dedicated a hit track to Janet Reno in 1989, stating "In our town, we have a State Attorney by the name of Janet Reno. She locks brothers up for not paying their child support."

Richard Fish, a senior partner in Cage & Fish, the law firm on Ally McBeal, hits on Janet Reno (played by an actress) in episode 14 "Body Language" by fondling her neck.

Reno's role in the Elián González affair was parodied in the South Park episode "Quintuplets 2000".

Reno is mentioned in the song "Original Prankster" by The Offspring.

Reno was portrayed by Will Ferrell on Saturday Night Live.

In the American Dad episode "Iced Iced Babies" Francine is in a sperm bank, she says whilst searching for Smith "Regan... Rove... Rumsfeld... Reno... Janet Reno? That goes over here." Then alphabetises it.

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