List of The Chronicles of Narnia references

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This page lists possible references that have been made to the book series The Chronicles of Narnia.

List of Episodes

Episode Reference
#66: “The Imagination Station, Part 1” The name "Digger Digwillow" was inspired by the name "Digory" from The Chronicles of Narnia: The Magician's Nephew.
#73: “A Bite of Applesauce” The key for the secret computer room in Whit's bookshelf is hidden in C.S. Lewis's "The Last Battle," the last book in The Chronicles of Narnia. "The Last Battle" is an apocalyptic story about the end of the world, but in a Christian context, so for the key to be hidden there hints ominously about the power of the Applesauce program - that it may have something to do with the end of the world. While looking for the key, Connie mentions "Dawn Treader" and "Magician's Nephew," other books in the series.
#309: “The Perfect Witness, Part 1” Jenny notes to Mr. Holstein that she and her parents are almost finished reading The Chronicles of Narnia.
#339: “Do, For a Change” Zachary says he and his mother have finished reading "The Chronicles of Narnia".
#412: “A Lesson From Mike” Whit said Mike had checked out The Silver Chair, and says that he remembered Mike and his mother going through The Chronicles of Narnia.

#422: “Passages: Fletcher's Rebellion, Part 1”

#423: “Passages: Fletcher's Rebellion, Part 2”

Alice and Timmy "slip" into Marus, similar to how the children in The Chronicles of Narnia slip into another world. Marus is like Narnia in many ways, since it is another world with it's own laws, religions, and landmarks. Alice said she experienced Marus so she could understand God better in our world. Aslan says the same thing about Narnia in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. Like Narnia, the children agree not to tell anyone else about the "country".

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