So the Black Mirror episode "Black Museum" is about a museum full of what Rolo Haynes (Douglas Hodge) refers to as "authentic criminological artefacts". He says: Netflix / House of Tomorrow It turns out that the museum is full of props from and references to other Black Mirror episodes. Many of them are blink-and-you'll-miss-them moments. Here are some that I have come across... 1. The tablet from the "Arkangel" episode. Netflix / House of Tomorrow 2. This nod to Kelly and Yorkie's eternal life in the cloud, from "San Junipero". Netflix / House of Tomorrow Oh, the feels. 3. The hospital in the first story of "Black Museum" is also called St. Junipers, a possible nod to the episode. Netflix / House of Tomorrow - Spotted by Sarah in the comments below. 4. The spooky hallway in "Black Museum" looks very similar to the spooky house in "Playtest". Netflix / House of Tomorrow 5. The rats used for the pain experiment were called Kenny and Hector, who are the main characters from the episode "Shut Up and Dance". Netflix / House of Tomorrow 6. The lollipop holding the boy's DNA from the episode "USS Callister" is an exhibit in the museum. Netflix / House of Tomorrow 7. Then there is this visual reference to Season 1's "15 Million Merits" from this comic cover. Netflix / House of Tomorrow Extra: The logo at the top left-hand corner of the comic reads "House of Tomorrow", which is the name of the production company that makes Black Mirror. 8. The bath where one of the murders takes place in "Crocodile". Netflix / House of Tomorrow I don't want to show you the next second of that episode, to be honest. 9. The mugshot of Victoria (Lenora Crichlow) from "White Bear" is featured at the start, when Nish enters the museum. Netflix / House of Tomorrow 10. Plus the balaclava that Victoria is forced to wear in "White Bear" is there too. Netflix / House of Tomorrow 11. Carlton Bloom, who fooled Michael Callow (Rory Kinnear) in "The National Anthem", could be the body hanged in the background in "Black Museum". Netflix / House of Tomorrow 12. And in "Black Museum" there is a broadcast by USN, while in "The National Anthem" there's a show from UKN. Netflix / House of Tomorrow That's probably because "The National Anthem" is set in the UK. The news network is also featured in "White Bear". 13. Oh, and there's the fucking bees from "Hated in the Nation". Netflix / House of Tomorrow I fucking hate bees. Fuck the bees. If you spot any others, let me know in the comments and I'll add them to the post.