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zFriday was a day of the week.

Cultural references[]

According to Rose Tyler, Friday was considered unlucky, especially on the 13th of a month. (COMIC: Triskaidekaphobia)


A poster regarding the performance on 24 December 1869. (TV: The Unquiet Dead)

24 December 1869 was the day of a free performance by Charles Dickens at Taliesin Lodge, Cardiff. (TV: The Unquiet Dead)

1 September 1939, the day Adolf Hitler declared war on Poland and launched Nazi Germany's invasion, fell on a Friday. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Exodus) 28 June 1940, the day of a destructive Luftwaffe air raid on a harbour in Guernsey, was a Friday. (PROSE: Just War)

On a Friday in late-December 1979 (just before Christmas), Paul Magrs and his Mam made one of their routine trips to the Fine Fare superstore. (PROSE: Party Like it's 1979)

Atif Ghosh mysteriously disappeared on a Friday in the department store Sanderson & Grainger. He actually was taken by the Cybermen and converted. (TV: Closing Time)

As dated on a newspaper, 16 August 2017 was a Friday. (TV: The Enemy of the World)

31 January 2021 fell on a Friday, as indicated by the clock on Sarah's mobile phone. (TV: Eve of the Daleks)

Hex would go to the White Rabbit with "the lads" every Friday before travelling in the TARDIS. (AUDIO: Project: Destiny)