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ruffdove's answer is likely correct that, within the episode's scope, the bar's name is a reference to San Junipero's company's name. But there is more going on here than just that. "Tucker" is a commonly used name in the Black Mirror universe. Playtest - TCKR Systems is mentioned in an article about putting nostalgia in a game. San Junipero - ...


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It probably references the name of the VR company that stores their consciousnesses at the end. In this clip, you can see from an exterior shot showing a sign that the name of the VR company is TCKR. "Tucker's" is probably an extension of that. In terms of 1980's culture, there is a 1988 movie called "Tucker: the Man and His Dream," a ...


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The initial inspiration was a British band called Gorillaz. According to this interview with the show's creator Charlie Brooker, the Waldo character was initially based on a virtual band called Gorillaz. The band exists only as a cartoon, though real musicians are behind the music. Brooker states that he had an idea of some character like that actually ...


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