Another test result yields "Mr. Q's Cumbersome Soda Bottle". It's a bottle of soda featuring a stopper that interrupts the flow of soda if the bottle is not held at the proper angle. In other words, a Ramune bottle.
"Following the unfortunate, and completely preventable, death of Agent Gallagher" at the hands of SCP-953, any personnel found to have current or prior ties to the "furry" or "otaku" communities are to be immediately reassigned to other projects."
The phrase "Shakes me, makes me lighter" repeated in SCP-1782 is a lyrics from "Teardrop" by Massive Attack (AKA the opening credits music for House). Doubles as a Genius Bonus considering the music video of that song and the nature of SCP-1782.
SCP-1881 is a shout-out to Polybius, a(n urban) legendary arcade game has a strange psychological effect on players; additionally its stages are modeled after actual classic games:
The "spaceship" stage, could be one of several early Shoot 'em Up games.
Dr Gerald's Personnel File has a note from another SCP operator who mentions loading up "my waifu", his shotgun, with bolo rounds to pay him a visit.
The Cool War: street artists Banksy and Robbo are at least aware of the Mad Artist group "Are We Cool Yet?" and Pico AKA The Snipper has way too much in common with Gamzee to be a coincidence: His seat of choice is a "corpse pile" ("___ pile" is a thing in Homestuck), his art project dumping a ton of the green slime that must never come into contact with dead bodies onto said corpse pile is announced with a loud HOOOOOOOOOONK, and this page shows how he and Mr. Redd interacted - Pico writes timidly with lower-case letters in crayon while Mr. Redd uses a lot of bold/underlines/all-caps written in blood.
87.1) If Dr. Bright is found deliberately getting high to get out of paperwork, he is to be placed in a Type 4 cell and hosed down with cold water from a pressurised hose for no less than 5 minutes. Maybe this will teach you that drugs are bad, m'kay?
93) Just because Bright is a doctor does not mean that he is the Doctor, no matter how many British men he possesses.