In the far future, the Doctor, Rose and Captain Jack fine a world on which fiction has been outlawed.
Rose Tyler and Captain Jack Harkness.
Pg 136 Brief cameo by Jackie Tyler.
Pgs 21/177 In a jungle, Arkannis Major, 2775.
Pg 15 "The Doctor had been attacking his food with the same gusto with which he tackled Autons and Slitheen and other alien menaces." Rose, Aliens of London/World War Three, Boom Town (although see Continuity Cock-Ups on that last one).
Pg 25 "He's also a bit of a Dickens nerd" The Unquiet Dead.
Pg 51 "Tell Domnic the one about the armoured walking sharks and the tin opener, see if he believes you." Selachians, The Murder Game and The Final Sanction.
Pg 75 "So this poor guy walks into the refectory all dressed up like the Face of Boe" The End of the World, New Earth, Gridlock.
Pg 79 "Tell us the one about the armoured sharks!" The Murder Game, The Final Sanction.
Pg 92 "She remembered how she had felt that first time, when the monsters had come to her workplace, her home." Rose.
Pg 113 "We've good reason to be afraid of the big bad wolf." Obligatory Bad Wolf reference for stories set during the Eccleston era (but see Continuity Cock-Ups).
Pg 117 "And yes, our effects are primitive and our sets sometimes wobble. No one really minds. It's the stories they want to see." Ever get the feeling that Steve Lyons comes up with one good continuity joke first and then structures a novel around it? This is basically a reference to the entirety of Classic Who, although the sets didn't actually wobble all that much. The Pirate Planet is the most likely culprit for this urban myth, although there's also that wonderful moment in The Keys of Marinus where someone walks into what is allegedly a solid stone pillar and it wobbles alarmingly.
Pg 135 "There were these shop-window dummies that were alive and they were going to kill me" Rose.
Pg 146 "-the police have just brought in the notorious "Armoured Shark Liar"-" The Murder Game, The Final Sanction.
Pg 147 "Justice may have caught up with the Armoured Shark Liar, but it seems he is still trying to cause as much mayhem as he can." The Murder Game, The Final Sanction.
Pg 160 "'He's another Mickey,' he had said, 'or an Adam.'" The former appeared regularly throughout the 2005 and 2006 seasons. The latter appeared in Dalek and The Long Game.
Pg 161 "Like on Satellite Five." The Long Game.
Pg 162 "All that talk of satellites and jagra fish..." The Long Game.
Pg 164 "Champion gymnast, remember." Rose.
Pg 172 "'D'you wanna come with me?' Domnic couldn't describe how he had felt when he heard those words." And neither could we, given they were used in the trailer for the 2005 series.
Pg 189 "No way did Captain Jack Harkness go out like this. He was fated to die in a blaze of glory" The Parting of the Ways and the subsequent theme of Jack's desperate longing for death throughout the first season of Torchwood.
Pg 197 "'The Mighty Jagrafess?' Yeah.' 'Of the Holy Hadrojassic Maxarodenfoe?'" We call him Max. The Long Game.
OLD FRIENDS AND OLD ENEMIES
NEW FRIENDS AND NEW ENEMIES
Domnic Allen, Kimmi Waller, Cal Tyko.