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Mary Poppins was something the Eleventh Doctor wondered — in the midst of a discussion about his fitness as a babysitter — if the twelve-and-a-half-year-old Kazran Sardick had seen. The Doctor stopped himself before fully comparing himself to Mary Poppins, saying that the analogy would have been "rubbish". (TV: A Christmas Carol)
When the Eleventh Doctor gathered magician props from the TARDIS, he placed them all in a large carpet bag which was bigger on the inside than the outside, saying he was glad he got it back from Mary Poppins. (PROSE: Magic of the Angels) Tanya Adeola compared a bag with a large assortments of various useful things to Mary Poppins handbag. (PROSE: The Stone House)
Behind the scenes Edit
- Though the Doctor never specifically called Mary Poppins a film, a common sense reading of the scene would indicate he was talking about the film — largely because of the line, "Have you ever seen Mary Poppins?"