Spaced was packed with film and TV references, from a nod to Scarface to a cheeky salute to An Officer and a Gentleman. Here are some of our favourites.
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Daisy uses an idea from a film to convince Marsha that she and Tim are a real couple. And that film was, of course, Green Card.
While being shown around the flat, Daisy and Tim make a horrible discovery in the cupboard in this shot-for-shot homage to The Shining.
Daisy tried to throw a house party to make their home the ‘new hub of North London’ - but it turned out a bit crap. Tim tried to convince Daisy there's more to life than dips. Then it all went a bit Evil Dead.
After Daisy was persuaded to ditch the fail of a house party, the gang witnessed the fitness of the beautiful thin people at Amber's party upstairs.
When Daisy gets baffled by her missing half of magnum, Brian wonders if it's become 'self-aware' in this homage to 2001: A Space Odyssey. Plus, Tim gets stuck on 'Daisy, Daisy' in the background.
Duane Benzie, aka the man with the mighty deep voice, is surrounded on a night out. Like that bit with the raptors in Jurassic Park.
Mike attempts to go all Spanish in this homage to the ending of Terminator...
Those spooky faces floating around Daisy's head are inspired by the demon face in The Exorcist.
When Tim meets Colin for the first time he's as cagey as Jeff Goldblum hearing that idea about a dinosaur theme park.
After a Star Wars marathon, Colin is stolen. Tim rallies the troops for the rescue mission.
When Mike gets back into the TA, Tim celebrates with him the only way he knows how.
Daisy and Tim's introductions seemed oddly familiar.
A double whammy here. After returning from travelling, Daisy is confronted by some Matrix style agents, and Mike rips off Al Pacino's classic line to try and scare them off.
In this homage to Pulp Fiction, Daisy is surprised to discover Mike leaving the bathroom.
When Mike and Tim took part in an underground Robot Club the rules seemed oddly familiar…
In Daisy's new job, nothing is what it seems.
You know this one. And if you don't: SPOILER WARNING. Mike gets all creepy.
And FUN FACT, FACT FANS: The angry cyclist is played by Olivia Williams, who starred in The Sixth Sense.
Mike does his best Chewy impression and Daisy and Tim get all misty-eyed to the (not) Star Wars theme music.
Tim gets no points for the originality of his apology - he pinched it from John Cusack in the 1980s classic Say Anything.
Let's face it, we probably missed some. If so, tell us all about it on Twitter #Spaced.
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