Some innings of cricket were recorded as having ended with the batsman not out. In the friendly between the Doctor's Invitation Eleven and the Cheldon Bonniface Invitation Eleven, both Dr John Watson and P. Cooke's innings were not out at the ends of their innings. (PROSE: Happy Endings)

In an altered 2008, the Fifth Doctor used The Times' proclamation that Graeme Swann was "100 not out" as partial evidence for the world being improbably happy and "perfect". (AUDIO: A Perfect World)

Ian Botham's 145 not out during the third test of the 1981 Ashes series was seen by sports reporter Digger Wells as being the key to England's comeback in that series. (PROSE: Graham Dilley Saves the World)

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