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Category: CITIES AND TOWNS - JOKE

  • Cities and Towns - Joke
    • Abortionville, Blue State
      • Space Force 2020 TV Series
        • Joke Erin makes about where she's from when she meets Duncan Tabner. (Season 1 episode Mark and Mallory Go To Washington)
    • Ain't Never Been
      • Tremors 6: A Cold Day In Hell 2018 Film
        • Travis: Welcome to the Great White North, eh! Otherwise known as Nowheresville.
          Mac: You're about 1,000 miles north of there. You're somewhere between Ain't-Never-Been and Don't-Wanna-Go.
    • Aloneville
      • Friends 1994 TV Series
        • Joke Chandler makes about the similarities between him and Mr. Heckles: Our trains are on the same track. I'm coming up 30 years behind him, but the stops are all the same: Bitter Town, Aloneville, Hermit Junction! (Season 2 episode The One Where Heckles Dies)
    • Anytown, U.S.A.
      • Seinfeld 1989 TV Series
        • Joke Kramer makes about installing Frank's old screen door outside his apartment, and putting together a little porch setting. (Season 9 episode The Serenity Now)
    • Asteroidville
    • Baby Town
      • Parks And Recreation 2009 TV Series
        • Joke Dr. Saperstein makes shortly before discovering Leslie is carrying triplets: Let's see what's going down in baby town. (Season 6 episode One in 8,000)
    • Beantown
      • The Institute 2019 Literature
        • For no apparent reason, other than a TP child fucking with his head, Stackhouse says, "There are tons of beans in Beantown."
    • Bitter Town
      • Friends 1994 TV Series
        • Joke Chandler makes about the similarities between him and Mr. Heckles: Our trains are on the same track. I'm coming up 30 years behind him, but the stops are all the same: Bitter Town, Aloneville, Hermit Junction! (Season 2 episode The One Where Heckles Dies)
    • Bluh-lo-lo-lo
      • The Joel McHale Show With Joel McHale 2018 TV Series
        • Fictional Austrian village, home of the fictional music act The Lo-lo-lo Singers, from joke Joel makes about a bunch of weird guys making music by wagging their tongues around in a clip featured as part of Joel's International Corner (episode: Thank You, Lasagna)
    • Boondocks, U.S.A.
      • The Running Man 1982 Literature
        • The police were deployed more heavily here, and more were coming all the time. Richards was not surprised at the swiftness and the heaviness of their crunch, despite the suddenness of his appearance. Even here, in Boondocks, U.S.A., the club and the gun were kept near to hand. The dogs were kept hungry in the kennel. The poor break into summer cottages closed for autumn and winter. The poor crash supermarts in subteen gangs. The poor have been known to soap badly spelled obscenities on shop windows.
    • Boys Town
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Joke Dr. Hibbert makes about Bart's evil Siamese twin, they they decided to lock him up in the attic: "Too crazy for boys town, too much a boy for crazy town." (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Thing and I)
    • Brillianceville
      • DAG 2000 TV Series
        • Episode: America's Sweetheart. Sullivan: 'Next stop Brillianceville. Please be sure to visit our gift shop!'
    • Bummerville
      • Parks And Recreation 2009 TV Series
        • Joke Chris makes. Chris: "A few months ago, the thought of an infectious disease, even hypothetical, would have sent me careening towards Bummerville, but now I am infected with a killer virus, and I feel fine. Therapy!" (Season 5 episode Emergency Response)
    • Cape Crane-averal
      • Frasier 1993 TV Series
        • Joke Frasier makes. Frasier: "I just didn't want Ronee to think I was coming on too strong. I was hoping this reunion might lead to a countdown for a future liftoff from Cape Crane-averal." Niles: "If you tortured that metaphor anymore, you'd be before a tribunal in the Hague." (Season 11 episode The Babysitter)
    • Casaba City
      • Cheers 1982 TV Series
        • Fake city from joke Sam makes: "From now on it's Casaba city and you're looking at the new mayor." (Season 5 episode 2 Cape Cad)
    • Cave Town
      • Lost 2004 TV Series
        • Sawyer's nickname for Jack's new living area away from the beach. (Season 1 episode Confidence Man)
    • Chair City
      • Friends 1994 TV Series
        • Joke Chandler makes when Joey won't give him back his seat: When I get back, it's (Season 3 episode The One Where No One's Ready)
    • Chili Town
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Joke Chief Wiggum makes: That's Simpson. He thinks he's the pope of chili town. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Chillville
      • Workaholics 2011 TV Series
        • Ders: "
Dude, we're going straight to pound town. Yeah, baby. Population three, cheap import beer, cheap export swag." Blake: "Ah, okay. Exported swag, I like it. And I know it's your birthday, I don't want to be a wet serape, but maybe we should go home to Chillville."(Season 2 episode Old Man Ders)
    • Chuckle Town
      • Joker 2019 Film
        • Joke Randall makes coming into work: Another day in Chuckle town.
    • Commitmentville
      • Cheers 1982 TV Series
        • From joke Cliff makes about Woody's desire to marry Kelly so soon… "Why the sudden jump on the old bullit train to Commitmentville? (Season 8 episode 22 Loverboyd)
    • Crank Down Town
      • Workaholics 2011 TV Series
        • Joke the guys make. "You know, we could've been on our way to Crank Down Town, that city, but you freaking screwed us." (Season 6 episode The Nuttin' Professor)
    • Crazy Town
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Joke Dr. Hibbert makes about Bart's evil Siamese twin, they they decided to lock him up in the attic: "Too crazy for boys town, too much a boy for crazy town." (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Thing and I)
    • Crud Town
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Joke Bart makes to Shelbyville punks when they throw a rock into Springfield: That's a crud rock. It belongs in crud town. (Season 6 episode Lemon of Troy)
    • Dinkville
      • Cheers 1982 TV Series
        • Joke about a fictional town that Carla makes at Cliff's expense (Season 3 episode 21 Executive's Executioner Hines)
    • Don't Wanna Go
      • Tremors 6: A Cold Day In Hell 2018 Film
        • Travis: Welcome to the Great White North, eh! Otherwise known as Nowheresville.
          Mac: You're about 1,000 miles north of there. You're somewhere between Ain't-Never-Been and Don't-Wanna-Go.
    • Dumpville
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • When Bart comes clean about the fake man he created for Mrs. Krabappel, the Simpsons come together to compose a letter to give her closure. Homer claims that sensitive love letters are his specialty: Dear baby, Welcome to Dumpville. Population: You. (Season 3 episode Bart the Lover)
    • Dweebville
      • Cheers 1982 TV Series
        • From joke by Frasier's new biker girlfriend when they walk into Cheers - "Boy, Frasier, you were right when you said, Next stop Dweebville" (Season 8 episode 18 Severe Crane Damage)
    • Escrow
      • Friends 1994 TV Series
        • Joey gets confused when Chandler tells him about his and Monica's new house: You said it was in escrow? I couldn't even find it on the map! (Season 10 episode The One With Princess Consuela)
    • Estée Lauder
      • Friends 1994 TV Series
        • French town that Phoebe makes up at Joey's audition where Joey actually thinks he's speaking French. (Season 10 episode The One Where Joey Speaks French)
    • Freaktown
      • Jessica Jones 2015 TV Series
        • Sonia: Come on, what? Be happy you're on a bullet train to Freaktown? Happy you're not home to receive our son? (Season 2 episode AKA Shark in the Bathtub, Monster in the Bed)
    • French Fry Village
      • Brooklyn Nine-Nine 2013 TV Series
        • French fry section of Jake's Freedom Feast 2017, the dinner he prepares for the precinct after being released from prison. (Season 5 episode Kicks)
    • Funsville
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Joke taxi cab driver makes when Abe Simpson tells him to take him somewhere fun. "Next stop: Funsville!" (Season 2 episode Old Money)
    • Gunpoint
      • Friends 1994 TV Series
        • Monica's new young boyfriend Ethan tells her that until he was 9 he believed that Gunpoint was an actual place, as in, "A man is being held up at Gunpoint." (Season 1 episode The One With the Ick Factor)
    • Ham Hock, Virginia
      • The Morning Show 2019 TV Series
        • Joke Alex makes about the name of Bradley Jackson's hometown, actually Hanover, West Virginia. (Season 1 episode In the Dark Night of the Soul It's Always 3:30 in the Morning)
    • Hermit Junction
      • Friends 1994 TV Series
        • Joke Chandler makes about the similarities between him and Mr. Heckles: Our trains are on the same track. I'm coming up 30 years behind him, but the stops are all the same: Bitter Town, Aloneville, Hermit Junction! (Season 2 episode The One Where Heckles Dies)
    • Holtsovania
      • Brooklyn Nine-Nine 2013 TV Series
        • The name of Captain Holt's town on the model train track in the room for kids at the precinct. (Season 4 episode Chasing Amy)
    • Homework Town
      • Workaholics 2011 TV Series
        • Joke the guys make about the way their rental house looks with the fumigation tent. "Instead of, like, making awesome circus tents that kids wanna hide in, they should just write Homework Store on it, or Homework Town. Kids don't wanna go to homework town." (Season 1 episode Office Campout)
    • Humpsville Station
    • Idiotville
      • Parks And Recreation 2009 TV Series
        • Fake town from Joke that Leslie makes. Leslie: "There's a really great calzone place over in Idiotville down on Terrible Idea Avenue." Ben: "That's weird, ‘cause I thought it was on Beating-a-Dead-Horse Boulevard." (Episode 3 Ron and Tammy Part 2)
    • Jeffords Junction
    • Loserville
      • The Hangover 2009 Film
        • Joke Officer Franklin makes about the guys on the kids tour: After we take the mug shots, we bring them down here, where they wait to be interviewed by the arresting officers. Trust me, kids, you do not wanna be sitting on these benches. We call this place Loserville.
    • Mudville
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • Joke Crichton makes: Things were looking grim in Mudville. (The Peacekeeper Wars)
    • New Othertown
      • Lost 2004 TV Series
        • Sawyer's nickname for the cabins where the Others live, in what's left of the Dharma Initiative residences. (Season 4 episode There's No Place Like Home)
    • Odor City
      • ALF 1986 TV Series
        • Joke ALF makes about Lynn's clog-dancing, saying she stinks (Season 2 episode Hail to the Chief)
    • Party Town
      • Frasier 1993 TV Series
        • Joke Daphne makes about Frasier. Roz: "Oh, I know, call Frasier. He's gotta know some caterers." Daphne: "Well, he was upset since I took over his job as Lord Mayor of Party Town, but he did offer his help. I hope he meant it." (Season 10 episode Daphne Does Dinner)
    • Payback City
      • G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero 1982 Comic Books
        • Joke Duke makes about catching up to the Saw-Viper after he kills some Joes. Duke: "I'm thinking about the little side trip to Payback City." (Issue #110 Escalator to Armageddon)
    • Pete Chicago
      • Friends 1994 TV Series
        • Phoebe tells Pete he should buy a state and name it after himself. Joey suggests Pete Chicago. (Season 3 episode The One With the Tiny T-Shirt)
    • Pornee
      • Parks And Recreation 2009 TV Series
        • Fictionalized version of the fictional town of Pawnee, Indiana in the porn movie Too Big To Nail, the porn movie adaptation of the story of the Pawnee bailout. (Season 5 episode Bailout)
    • Pound Town
      • Workaholics 2011 TV Series
        • Ders: "
Dude, we're going straight to pound town. Yeah, baby. Population three, cheap import beer, cheap export swag." Blake: "Ah, okay. Exported swag, I like it. And I know it's your birthday, I don't want to be a wet serape, but maybe we should go home to Chillville."(Season 2 episode Old Man Ders)
    • Scarranburg
      • Farscape 1999 TV Series
        • Joke Crichton makes to the bounty hunter henchmen when informs them that their leader is actually a Scarran: "He's just called for a dreadnaught to take him back to Scarranburg." (Season 4 episode I Shrink Therefore I Am)
    • Seinfeld
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • New name that Patty and Selma propose for Springfield when the town debates ways to increase tourism. (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
    • Slitsville
    • Squaresville
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • From joke Ned Flanders' father makes when a young Ned spilled a bottle of ink: Oh, man! Ned spilled ink all over my poems! He's a real flat tire. I mean a cube, man. He's putting us on the train to Squaresville, Mona. (Season 5 episode Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song)
    • Stink Town
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • What Homer calls Springfield on the way to move to Cypress Creek: So long, Stink Town! (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • Synthville
    • Tiny Town
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Nickname that Bart gives Lisa's science project that evolves into a miniature civilization: "It's toilet time for tiny town!" (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Genesis Tub)
    • Vagina Town
      • Workaholics 2011 TV Series
        • Joke Ders makes when he thinks he's going to get laid. Ders: "Countdown to Vagina Town!" (Season 1 episode Piss & S**t)
    • Weenie Town
      • Cheers 1982 TV Series
        • Joke about a fictional town that Carla makes at Cliff's expense (Season 3 episode 21 Executive's Executioner Hines)
    • West Sticksville
      • The Running Man 1982 Literature
        • Here on the right, folks, we have the summer people, Richards thought. Fat and sloppy but heavy with armor. On the left, weighing in at only a hundred and thirty—but a scrappy contender with a mean and rolling eyeball—we have the Hungry Honkies. Theirs are the politics of starvation; they’d roll Christ Himself for a pound of salami. Polarization comes to West Sticksville. Watch out for these two contenders, though. They don’t stay in the ring; they have a tendency to fight in the ten-dollar seats. Can we find a goat to hang up for both of them?
    • Westberg
      • Friends 1994 TV Series
        • Town that Monica mentions when the gang is stranded and Phoebe calls a tow truck. Phoebe: What town are we near? Monica: Fremont… Westmont… Westberg? Phoebe: Why are you answering? (Season 3 episode The One Without the Ski Trip)
    • Westmont
      • Friends 1994 TV Series
        • Town that Monica mentions when the gang is stranded and Phoebe calls a tow truck. Phoebe: What town are we near? Monica: Fremont… Westmont… Westberg? Phoebe: Why are you answering? (Season 3 episode The One Without the Ski Trip)
    • Whipville
      • Bedazzled 2000 Film
        • Joke Eliot makes to his married co-worker ("Taking a trip to Whipville")
    • Who-The-Hell-Cares, Nevada
      • Tremors 5: Bloodlines 2015 Film
        • Joke Travis makes at Burt's expense: I'm a big fan. You know, possibly your biggest. But the fact that you're out here in Who-The-Hell-Cares, Nevada, smokin' rattlesnake says something. You know what it says? It says you're underachieving big time, my man. You should be a global brand.
      • Parks And Recreation 2009 TV Series
        • Fake town. Former Health Department Public Relations Director Dennis Cooper goes bananas when his wife Jan Cooper has an affair and gives him a venereal disease, and he puts signs about her all through City Hall, including one calling her Miss Chlamydia. (Season 3 episode The Fight)
    • Work Town
      • Workaholics 2011 TV Series
        • Joke Jillian makes about getting back to work: "Next stop, Work Town." (Season 1 episode The Strike)


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