Hercule Poirot
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Hercule Poirot was a fictional Belgian detective created by Agatha Christie. He debuted in one of her first six novels. When asked why she made him a Belgian, Christie said they make such lovely buns. During her investigations of the murder of Professor Peach at Eddison Manor, she quoted her character when she said "Use the little grey cells," a reference the Tenth Doctor immediately recognised. (TV: The Unicorn and the Wasp)

The Tenth Doctor said that Hercule Poirot could solve any case by just sitting back and thinking. (PROSE: The Stone Rose)

Clyde Langer thought that Holcote House was the sort of place where one might have expected to find Hercule Poirot trying to solve a murder. (AUDIO: Children of Steel)

After calling everyone aboard the Tsuranga together, the Thirteenth Doctor remarked that they were "probably wondering why [she] called [them] all here", before apologising for how that sounded a "bit Poirot". (TV: The Tsuranga Conundrum)

Poirot would call everyone into a room to say who did it. The Eleventh Doctor did similar in 18th century Italy. (PROSE: Dead of Winter)

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