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Easter Eggs are references hidden in Minecraft: Story Mode to things in popular culture.

Easter Egg List:

Episode One

  • The quote, "Nothing built can last forever," is a reference to Professor Farnsworth and is said by the narrator in the start of episode 1, and then, Ivor says it again at EnderCon.
  • The quote, "That'll do, Reuben, that'll do," is a reference to the movie ​Babe.
  • There is a Mojang banner hidden at EnderCon near the Gabriel keynote stand.
  • Endercon is an in-game homage to MineCon, a real-life annual Minecraft convention.
  • Owen and Lydia, the two announcers on stage, are based and voiced by Owen Jones and Lydia Winters, two Mojang employees and the announcers during Minecon.
  • The scene in which Jesse and Reuben fly past a Ghast in a Minecart is a reference to the movie "E.T.", where there's a scene where they fly past the moon.
  • If Jesse chooses to dance when at the DJ's Booth, he/she does the Graybush dance. 
  • Jeb can be seen if Jesse goes and tries talking to Gabriel
  • Notch first used the name of the Episode as a reference of a comic series, "Order of the Stick". His sandbox game used to be called, "Minecraft: Order of the Stone," but was shortened to "Minecraft". The name was later to be used for the group and the episode of Minecraft: Story Mode.

Episode Two

  • If Jesse visits Boom Town, Axel has an arrow in his left knee, and Jesse has the chance to be hit with an arrow in the knee as well. This is a reference to a quote "I used to be adventurer like you, then I took an arrow in the knee." by a guard in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
  • Disco Mickey's name may be a reference to the popular Disney character Mickey Mouse.
  • Magnus calls the Formidi-Bomb, the "F-Bomb." This is a reference to a semi-inappropriate joke.

Episode Three

  • One of the achievements, "A World of Pure Imagination," is a reference to Willy Wonka from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl.
  • It is possible to earn the achivement "That's Some Pig" in episode 3, which is a reference to Charlotte's Web.
  • In the credits, John Cena's name could be found in the "thanks to" part. This includes Randy Savage.

Episode Four

  • The Witch that commands Skeletons to attack Jesse's Gang is a reference to Clash of Clans.
    • In the game Clash of Clans, there is a troop of skeletons led by a Witch.
  • In Ivor's Cottage, there is a book titled "How to Train your Slime." This is a reference to "How to Train your Dragon".
  • In Episode 4, Jesse can choose to pick up potatoes in a swamp. While picking them up, he/she will sing, "One potato, two potato, three potato, four", which is a nursery rhyme.
  • In Ivor's Cottage, Jesse says "I want the truth, and I want it now." This is a reference to The Indian in the Cupboard by Lynne Reid Banks.
  • In the credits, John Cena's name could be found in the "thanks to" part. This includes Randy Savage.

Episode Five

  • In the temple, Petra says "Cave spiders, why did it have to be cave spiders?" This a reference to one of Indiana Jones' famous quotes "Snakes, why did it have to be snakes?"
  • If Jesse drinks a Potion of Swiftness, he/she will say, "Gotta go fast," which is a reference to Sonic The Hedgehog.
  • When Reginald is attacked by a Creeper, he says "What the-" after which the creeper explodes. This may be a reference to "What the f-" and then an explosion.
  • After defeating the Blaze Rods, Jesse can say, "Ooh, I bet the Blaze Rods are in for a bad time!" This is a possible Undertale reference.
  • In the credits, John Cena's name could be found in the "thanks to" part. This includes Randy Savage.
  • Sky City may be a reference to Star Wars' Cloud City.
    • It may also be a reference to the actual Minecraft game SkyBlock.

Episode Six

  • DanTDM's hair color continues to change throughout the episode, a reference to Dan dying his hair in real-life and on his minecraft skin.
  • In the first scene in the mansion, CaptainSparklez will mention that he has "9 million fans." This is a reference to his YouTube channel, with 9 million + subscribers.
  • If DanTDM dies, he is shown to have a diamond minecart in his inventory, a reference to his YouTube channel, "The Diamond Minecart".
  • When Stampy Cat runs off near the end of the episode, he says "Byeeeeeee!", a reference to how Stampy ends his videos. Stampy's first line in the game is "Ooh, I hope there's cake!", another reference to the same thing.
  • The cake on the dinner table may be a reference to Stampy's love of cake.
  • In the mansion, Stampy will say it is not one of his top 10 favourite places. This may be a reference to his videos in reality.
  • CaptainSparklez drops a slime ball upon death, possibly a reference to his deceased pet Jerry the Slime.
  • Jesse falling on a Bat in the beginning of the episode is a reference to Stacy Plays's disliking of bats in Minecraft.
  • Jesse's quote, "Execute Maneuver 66," refers to the Clone Troopers in "Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith" that are given the order "Execute Order 66."
  • The Tri-Block is a parody of the Tri-Wizard tournament from Harry Potter.
  • Lukas' nose being wrong may be a reference to Tangled.
  • The White Pumpkin might be a reference to the serial killer Michael Myers.
    • The White Pumpkin may also be a reference to Jigsaw, the serial killer in the movie: Saw

Episode Seven

  • There are several quotes from Star Wars, including "You're our only hope," "Never tell me the odds," and, "Get out of my head!"
  • Through Harper's mouth, PAMA says, "The chances of defeating me are 3,720 to 1," which is a reference to Star Wars Episode V when C-3PO says, "The chances of successfully navigating an asteroid field are 3,720 to 1."
  • Young PAMA with Harper is a resemblance to the iconic 1984 picture: Steve Jobs with the Mac.
  • In Harper's Secret Laboratory, there are robots called Harry and Ron, refers to two characters in the Harry Potter Series: Harry Potter, and Ron Weasley.
  • Harper says "Make this world great again!" This is a reference to Donald Trump's famous quote "Make America great again!"
  • PAMA's screen after Jesse removes the Redstone Heart may be a reference to the picture when a webpage becomes unresponsive (a folder with X'd out eyes).
  • PAMA was inspired by HAL 9000 from 2001: A Space Odyssey, GLaDOS from the Portal games, Star Dream from Kirby Planet Robobot, the Borg from Star Trek: The Next Generation, and 1980s Macintosh computers.
  • Jesse says, "I know your weakness and I'm here to exploit it!", a reference to ​Star Wars Episode 4: A New Hope.
  • In Harper's Secret Laboratory, Jesse can find a book titled, "The Redstone Heart," which was written by Soren. This is a reference to one of Edgar Allan Poe's famous horror stories, "The Tell-Tale Heart."
  • When Harper is taken again by the Mind-Controlled Citizens, and tells you to remove the Redstone Heart, you have the option to say, "I'll be back," which is a reference to the famous Terminator quote.
  • Jesse's quote, "I hate sand; stuff get everywhere," is a reference from Anakin Skywalker in ​"Star Wars Episode 2: Attack of the Clones".
  • Bob coming out of the purple portal may be a reference to Total Biscuit.

Episode Eight

  • The final game which is rigged on Jesse's side is a reference to the Montreal Screwjob in the survivor series in 1997.
  • Close to the end, Hadrian says "Tah-tah for now, bucko." This is a reference to Tigger from Winnie the Pooh.
    • The voice actor for Hadrian, Jim Cummings, is also the current voice for both Tigger and Winnie.
  • The achievement, "Let the Games Begin," is a reference to the Olympics.
    • Also, the achievement, "The Most Dangerous Game," is a reference to Richard Connell's novel of the same name.
  • The shop, Shovel Planet, may be a possible reference to Pizza Planet from Toy Story.
  • Many people believe most quotes come from the game, "Undertale". This includes Em saying, "Get dunked on," and "That stare fills me with determination," by Nell.
  • Slab's armor looks like Dragonborn's armor (Studded Armor and other Iron pieces) from the trailer of Skyrim. 
  • Soren's book "A Man Forever Voyaging", may be a reference to "A Mind Forever Voyaging". 
  • The "Block-Fu Dojo" may be a reference to the Chinese martial art Kung Fu.
  • "The Games" may be a reference to the novel and movie series, "The Hunger Games".

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