The popular nursery rhyme has been covered and sampled a number of times. Bart Simpson sang the rhyme in the tenth episode of season four of The Simpsons, “Lisa’s First Word”. It was featured in the children’s program Dora the Explorer and in the South Park episode “Something You Can Do with Your Finger”. A child singing the rhyme twice can be heard in the opening of the Criminal Minds episode, “Gatekeeper”. It is one of the main musical themes in the 2006 horror movie Séance. In the Netflix adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, during the middle of the episode “Slippery Slope, Part 1”, during the scene where the Baudelaires escape the Snow Scouts, Lemony Snicket tells the viewers to refer the scene to the song, knowing they learned it in their childhoods.