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Here Are 26 Tiny Little Things From Season 4 Of "Black Mirror" That Prove It's The Most Detailed Show On TV

Super subtle Kirsten Dunst and Aaron Paul cameos in "USS Callister."

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5. The name of a planet in "USS Callister" is "Skillane IV." Victoria Skillane is the name of the protagonist in Season 2's "White Bear."

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Another planet is called "Rannoch," and Ian Rannoch is the name of Victoria's boyfriend.

8. In "Crocodile," a "judge of Hot Shots" is mentioned. Hot Shot is the game show from Season 1's "Fifteen Million Merits."

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"Crocodile" also features the Irma Thomas song, "Anyone Who Knows What Love Is," which Abi sings in "Fifteen Million Merits."

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12. Part of the text on the newspaper article Rob shows to Mia pokes fun at viewers who pause to read it.

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The text says: "Of course the real question is why anyone would pause what they're watching just to read a sentence in a printed-out newspaper article', says a voice in your head – before advising you to go and share this finding on Reddit."

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15. After Clarke enters the ignition code, the text references episodes from the first two seasons of Black Mirror. It also says, "why.did.you.bother PAUSING.this.you.freak."

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"Pigpoke" = "The National Anthem"

"15mm" = "Fifteen Million Merits"

"TEHOY" = "The Entire History of You"

"BMS2E1" = "Be Right Back"

"white.bear" = "White Bear"

"BMS2E3.drivers.waldo.mt" = "The Waldo Moment"

"white.xmas" = "White Christmas"

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