These are all pieces of media that have appeared in Steven Universe, but hold no significant nor recurring role.
Books and Magazines
How to Talk to People
How to Talk to People is a book read by Steven in the episode "Sworn to the Sword". Steven needed it to help him speak to Connie about how Pearl's influence on her was bothering him.
It appears to be a guide that helps readers communicate with other people. Only two pages are seen in the episode, showing a two step-process for talking to someone. Step 1 is to "think of what you want to say" and Step 2 is to "say it".
Pretty Hairstylist is a manga series read by Amethyst and Lapis Lazuli in Steven Universe. It first appeared in "Keeping it Together", and has made additional appearances in "Crack the Whip" and "Kindergarten Kid".
Carrion Amongst The Clover
The plot involves a princess named Mearl of North End (a parallel to Pearl) who adopts a fake identity to run away from her responsibilities. From there, her experiences outside her kingdom help reunite her people with those from the "Heavy Sphere", with whom they have been feuding for centuries. Eventually, with events that are unexplained, she is saved by Sir Argarate and his squire Peapod and returns to her homeland. Upon returning, she finds her mentor, Everlord of the Everlands, had been banished behind the Shadow Curtain, which one can never pass through without being broken down into mere Essence.
Movies & TV
Lonely Blade IV
The story centers on Lonely Blade, a sword fighter hunting for the evil force that had killed his brother. The mastermind behind the evil is revealed to be the custodian and is the one that battles Lonely Blade at the end of the movie.
Lonely Blade V
Lonely Blade V is a movie first seen in the episode "Steven the Sword Fighter". It is the continuation of Lonely Blade IV.
The story takes place after Lonely Blade IV where Lonely had already managed to avenge the death of his brother, but finds out that he might still be alive somewhere.
Canine Court is a TV show within the canon of Steven Universe. It appears to take place in a courtroom, and the cast is thought to consist only of animals. Little is known about it overall due to the brevity of its single appearance in "Joking Victim". It is unknown whether it (within the canon of Steven Universe) is live-action or animated, though the dog judge's hands/paws do not resemble those of other dogs shown in Steven Universe, but resemble a human's hand.
The show takes place in a courtroom, with a canine being the judge to a case. It is likely a comedy show because the canine does not seem serious and likely cannot speak.
Under the Knife
Under the Knife is a fictional TV show that is first seen in "Fusion Cuisine". The show is a satirical spoof of hospital dramas. It follows stories of unusual medical situations overseen by a doctor and nurse.
There is one known episode, focusing on a patient who has his legs inserted into his brain. This episode is the "mid-season pre-finale".
- Doctor (voiced by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn)
- Nurse (voiced by Crispin Freeman)
- Patient (voiced by Susan Egan)
Fangs of Love
Fangs of Love is a movie Sadie owns in "The New Lars".
The movie seems to be a low budget, romantic horror movie.
Sadie's movie collection
A collection of movies seen on Sadie Miller's shelf in "The New Lars":
- The first two letters of this film's box are covered by a sticker, censoring the word "hell", a word which Cartoon Network does not allow to be used.
- It Came From Beneath The Sink
- Creeptasm III
- Dream Ghost
- The Rotten Forgotten
- Enjoy The Violence
- Critter Crematorium
- Exposed Brunch
- Caligula The Documentary
- First House On The Right
- Evil Bear
- The Organ Pickler Part VII
Space Train to the Cosmos
Space Train to the Cosmos is an album released by Greg Universe, best known by his stage name "Mr. Universe".
In the background, a big moon shines behind a dry tree with silhouettes of people on the hill looking on it. In the front, there is what appears to be Friedrich Nietzsche in a black suit, a red tie, wearing glasses, and eating an apple. His white/blond hair is combed back. In the lower right corner, "Nietszche's Breakdown" is written in a purple-red color. Beneath it, there are two red apples.
- A brief five-second guitar riff that plays in the "mid-season pre-finale" may be Under the Knife's theme song.
- Under the Knife is a parody of General Hospital.
- Connie isn't allowed to watch "Under the Knife" because her mother thinks it doesn't represent a real emergency room and doesn't understand its purpose.
- The appearance and purpose of How to Talk to People are references to How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie.