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Winnie the Pooh was an anthropomorphic bear and the protagonist of a series of stories by A. A. Milne[source needed].

Lucas Seyton quoted Winnie the Pooh to the Second Doctor when he agreed to help rescue Jamie and Zoe from killer androids. This threw the Doctor a bit, as it was usually he who quoted Winnie the Pooh. (PROSE: Fallen Angel)

Wallis Simpson had a collection of Winnie the Pooh books in her drawing room. They had belonged to her second husband. (PROSE: Players)

Susan Foreman was familiar with Winnie the Pooh, writing in her diary, "I live under the name Foreman like Winnie-the-Pooh lives under the name Sanders." (PROSE: Time and Relative)

When the Eighth Doctor was split into three personalities, Charley Pollard, in order to differentiate between them, decided to call the more exuberant one "Tigger" and the more irritable one "Eeyore" after characters in Winnie the Pooh. The Doctor said that Tigger was his favourite character from the books. (AUDIO: Caerdroia)

When Fitz Kreiner questioned Anji Kapoor's knowledge of bear behaviour, she retorted that the last bear book he had read was Winnie the Pooh. (PROSE: The City of the Dead)

Rose Tyler tried to make a toga out of a bedsheet in preparation for her visit to 2nd century Rome. The Tenth Doctor pointed out that Roman girls probably wouldn't wear togas that had Winnie the Pooh on them. (PROSE: The Stone Rose)

The Tenth Doctor suggested meeting Winnie the Pooh in the Land of Fiction. (AUDIO: Infamy of the Zaross)

One of Pan's tattoos was of Winnie the Pooh. (PROSE: Combat Rock)

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