references to Doctor Who from other works

In episode Merry Christmas, Mr. Bean

In the episode "Merry Christmas, Mr. Bean", Mr. Bean plays with a toy Dalek in the nativity set inside the store.

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In episode Toy Palace

In the season 2 episode "Toy Palace", pink Dalek toys can be seen on the store shelves. The show's animator, Gábor Csupó, featured the reference as he is a fan of Doctor Who.

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In episode Numeric Con

In the 2014 episode "Numeric Con", one of the characters is dressed up as the Fourth Doctor with the TARDIS appearing, two Cybermen and two Dalek-like Aliens saying "Enumerate".

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When the welding robot body is placed onto Joey and when talked to, he'll say "EX-TER-MIN-ATE! EX-TER-MIN-ATE!!" mimicking the Daleks.

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After blowing up the dam in the side mission "Hell Hath No Fury", Handsome Jack will read a list of names of the week's construction casualties which are Hartnell, W. Troughton, P. Pertwee, J. Baker, T. These are references to the actors William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker; respectively, who had played the role of the Doctor.

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A non-player character named Tavid Dennant, a reference to actor David Tennant who played the Tenth Doctor, can be found in the Guild Hall, who was previously named Flavin Deepockets until the release of the expansion EverQuest: Seeds of Destruction. When talking to him, he will ask the player to find his long colorful scarf, a reference to the Fourth Doctor's scarf, and also claims to have a watch which he cannot recall where he got it but believes it is a part of him, a possible reference to the chameleon arch fob from the episode "Human Nature".

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A Weeping Angel can be found in the Hall of Doom. Every time the camera is moved away from it, its hands will move away from its face and back again.

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The character Looker is a reference to the Tenth Doctor (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenth_Doctor). He features almost the same attire as the Tenth and refuses to reveal his true name similar to the Doctor. In the game, his goal is stop Team Galactic from taking over the universe.

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In the town of Burgh de Rott, two characters named Rory and Amelia can be found, references to Rory Williams and Amy Pond ; respectively. If the player claims to be the hero in their stories, they will accuse the player of lying and state that the player character is not wearing a "cool bow tie" like their hero.

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When all sandwiches are collected in a level, a blue phone box with a flashing blue light will arrive to take Taz to a bonus challenge. Inside the box also have the classic TARDIS interior.

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The bow tie item "Dr. Whoa" is a reference to the show and in particular the Eleventh Doctor who was synonymous with bow ties.

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Outside the church near Lindenvale, there are two angel statues that when you turn away will have moved from where they were standing, a reference to the Weeping Angels.

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In episode Intro to Recycled Cinema

Low-budget science fiction movies and series, such as Plan 9 from Outer Space and Doctor Who with their poor effects and tinfoil monsters provide the general look for Abed's movie.

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In episode The Pineapple Incident

During Ted's "Hazy Memory" sequence, you can vaguely hear a sound similar to that made by the TARDIS from Doctor Who . The graphics of the sequence are also vaguely reminiscent of the time vortex from that show.

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references occurs in Doctor Who

The 1965 Doctor Who serial The Chase features a sequence set in what appears to be a mysterious old house where various horror film monsters, including Frankenstein's monster, menace first the Doctor and his companions and later the Daleks.

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The regeneration sequence of the seventh Doctor, Sylvester McCoy, into the eighth incarnation, Paul McGann, in the 1996 TV movie Doctor Who is set in a hospital morgue. The night attendant at the morgue is watching the 1931 Frankenstein in the next room, and scenes in which the monster is brought to life are intercut with images of the Doctor's "resurrection", his appearance out of the storage room then causing the attendant to pass out.

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A 1976 Doctor Who serial, The Brain of Morbius, has a Time Lord criminal brought back to life by a mad scientist, using the Time Lord's brain and a body composed of various alien races who had crashed onto the planet where Morbius' brain had been stored since his defeat.

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