Спок – персонаж научно-фантастического телесериала «Звездный путь» (Star Trek), который руководствовался в первую очередь соображениями логики. – Здесь и далее прим. ред.
Pro Bowl – «матч всех звезд» по американскому футболу.
Хестон Блументаль – известный английский шеф-повар, автор кулинарных книг, ведущий кулинарной программы.
Дэвид Аттенборо – британский телеведущий и натуралист.
Дэвид Леттерман – американский комик, ведущий популярной программы «Вечернее шоу с Дэвидом Леттерманом».
В сказке о Златовласке героиня попадает в дом медведей и пробует кашу из их тарелок. Каша в тарелке первого медведя была слишком горячей, второго медведя – слишком холодной. Каша же самого маленького медвежонка оказалась не слишком горячей и не слишком холодной.
«Лакме» – опера французского композитора Лео Делиба.
Эбенезер Скрудж – персонаж повести Ч. Диккенса «Рождественская песнь в прозе».
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