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E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

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E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial was a film which made Sarah Jane Smith cry. (PROSE: Interference - Book Two) She later stated that it was her favourite film. (PROSE: Moving On) She also had an old E.T. clock by her kitchen sink. (PROSE: Interference - Book One)

In 1984, Mikey compared the Master to E.T. (AUDIO: And You Will Obey Me)

In 2006, after a spaceship landed in the River Thames, people celebrated all over London, especially on the Powell Estate, where some residents put up a banner saying "ELLO E.T.", a possible reference to the main character of the film (or indeed just to extraterrestrials in general). (TV: Aliens of London)

When Florence Finnegan, a Plasmavore who was hiding out in Royal Hope Hospital, revealed that she was an alien in 2008, the Tenth Doctor (himself posing as a human) jokingly asked if the hospital had an "E.T. department". (TV: Smith and Jones)

When Androvax possessed a woman's body in 2009, Clyde Langer tried to calm the woman's daughter by suggesting Androvax only wanted to use her to "phone home". (TV: Prisoner of the Judoon)

When Clyde mocked Rani Chandra's habit of believing aliens were behind unusual events in 2009, he jokingly conjectured that his bike had been stolen by "E.T. the ASBO". (TV: Mona Lisa's Revenge)

By 2012, Flip Jackson had seen E.T. Her boyfriend Jared Ramon had not seen it all the way through. (AUDIO: The Curse of Davros)

Behind the scenes Edit

The director of E.T., Steven Spielberg, once held the theatrical film rights to Doctor Who when he was allied to Universal Studios. The result of this holding was ultimately the Paul McGann telemovie.

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