A Series of Unfortunate Events - in Popular Culture

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  • In Arthur episode "Fern & Persimmony Glitchet", the series is parodied with Fern writing letters to Lemony's counterpart "Persimmony" about writing. Persimmony is portrayed as a real and very secretive writer involved in dangerous work (like the fictional writer of the series). At the end of the episode, the gang goes to the signing for a non-existent 14th book in the series. In the episode "I Owe You One", Arthur reads a book called The Belicose Bathroom and on the cover it says Persimmony Glitchet; this is a parody of the fact all the books have alliteration in their title.

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