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The popularity of the Narnia series has lead to many mentions and parodies in popular culture.
Long-running British science fiction show about the adventures of an ailen time traveler called "The Doctor".
The 2011 Christmas episode "The Doctor, The Widow, and the Wardrobe" was loosely based on The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
Animated television series following the lives of the Griffin family.
"Mind Over Murder", Peter Griffin is doing the laundry, when he notices one of
his socks is missing. He climbs into dryer, goes to Narnia and meets Mr. Tumnus who has stolen his sock.
'Friends of Peter G", Peter crashes into a movie screen and thinks he's in Narnia
Aslan appears in this animated series twice;
First in the episode "Here Comes The Neighborhood" in which he plays the leader of the lions at a zoo who loves playing jokes.
Secondly in "Imaginationland" (a three-part episode that was later released as a movie) he appears as a more serious character similar to his depictions in the books and films. He is one of the leaders of the good fictional characters who leads Butters Stotch and the other good characters into battle with the evil characters.
The Young Ones
British sitcom following the surrealist adventures of four college students sharing a house in London.
"Flood" There is a flood outside and the boys decide to kill time by playing hide and seek. Vyvyan hides in a closet and ends up in Narnia, where he meets Jadis and Ginarrbrik, whom The Young Ones renames Shirley.