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  • Neighborhoods

    • The All Clear Patch
      • Area of the city where the Raking sport takes place (Season 1 episode Rakers)

    • Andoria Town
      • Boimler is recruited for mission to escort Commander Troi to Tulgana IV in the Tulgana System. He mentions the Klingon District and Andoria Town. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)

    • Angels 8 District
      • Spider crosses into Transient territory and finds his old buddy, Fred Christ, after stomping a couple Transients who wouldn't let him past checkpoints or doors. Fred goes on to talk about the history of the Transient movement, and how they've had enough ill treatment and how the Angels 8 District is seceding from The City and joining the Vilinus Colony. (Issue 2 - Down the Dip)

    • The Antihistimine District
      • A quaintly nauseating district seen during the sequence when Jay takes a girl on a tour of New York City (Season 2 episode Lady Hawke)

    • Arrepentimiento
      • Place in the desert where people can live for free. Spanish for "sorry about that"

    • Baird Creek Manor
      • Neighborhood where Mark lives, subsidized by Lumon. (Season 1 episode Good News about Hell)

    • The Battery
      • According to Andrew Laszlo, the film's style was dictated by the story: The Richmond's look was very soft and the colors did not call attention to themselves. The light in The Battery was contrasting and harsh, with vivid colours. Argyle prints and plaids are used in the Parkside District, and neon lights colour the Strip.

    • The Bloodpit District
      • That was Friday. Barrent was kept busy over the next two days. He received a shipment of homeopathic herbs and roots from his agent in the Bloodpit district. It took the better part of a day to sort and classify them, and another day to store them in the proper jars.

    • The Bone Slums
      • Areas in Hong Kong where towns are built around Kaiju remains.

    • Breathe
      • "A secure community". The underground bunker where Pamela lives, originally purchased by her friend (Season 3 episode 10 Got Milk?)

    • Bumtown
      • Neighborhood in Springfield.
      • Chief Wiggum sends Marge out to Junkyville and Bumtown for her beat on her first day. (Season 6 episode The Springfield Connection)
      • Dangerous crime-ridden neighborhood in Springfield where the Itchy & Scratchy parade goes. (Season 7 episode The Day the Violence Died)

    • Cannibal Country
      • Dangerous area outside the NAG, where people eat people. (Season 2 episode Homicide: Life in the Mons)

    • Carlinside Heights
      • Mr. Carlin's new housing tract, which his clients complain about. (Season 6 episode Carol Ankles for Indie Prod)

    • Castle View
      • Castle Rock neighborhood where George's mother's siblings finally chipped in and bought a small house because the property values were low. (story Gramma)

    • Cathedral
      • A festering sore in the side of Greater Los Angeles, an area of rubble and dust and burnedout buildings, a place of shadow and pollution, of stealth and sudden death. Cubscout territory.

    • Channel View Estates
      • Mickey Wolfmann's latest insult to the environment. Artesia's newest and grooviest residential housing development. No buzzkill credit checks. No rip-off minimum down payments. That's not your bag.

    • Chinatown
      • Neighborhood in Springfield featuring the Toys "L Us toy store and Bob's Big Buddha restaurant. (Season 13 episode A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love)

    • Cluny Square
      • Spider takes a walk. The crowd behind him grows as he leads them to Cluny Square, a poor section of the City that The Beast created. (Issue 16 - Year Of the Bastard Part 4: Hate)
      • Mick's house. (Last Resort)
      • Hank visits Zeke. (Big League)
      • Zeke leaves home to go to work, but goes to Blue's apartment. (Magic F)
      • Moose picks up Peach and Ziggy at the fraternity house in the Walnut Creek neighborhood, then Suzie and Tess in Clyde Park. (Volume 1 Enter)
      • Griffin follows Zeke home. (Wild Boredom)
      • Zeke takes Dora to his house. (Guardian Angel)
      • Morty and Sam's apartment. (Reunion)
      • Zeke's house. (Big League)
      • Zeke's house. (Magic F)
      • Zeke's house. (Guardian Angel)
      • Zeke takes Dora to his house. (Guardian Angel)

    • Coalport
      • Community where Magna's group used to live, "a fossilized city of shit." (Season 9 episode Who Are You Now?)

    • Crackton
      • Neighborhood in Springfield, upcoming stop that the bus driver calls out on Lisa's bus, which she thought was Bus 22 that will take her to the museum, but she's actually on Bus 22-A. (Season 9 episode Lost Our Lisa)

    • Crest Hill
      • The Mayor is killed in his home in the exclusive Crest Hill district.

    • Crestwood View
      • Housing development that ran out of money where Steve and his friends hang out. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1: Homecoming)

    • Cypress Creek
      • A planned community designed for the workers of the Globex Corporation, where Homer accepts a new job without consulting his family. "Where dreams come true.... Your dreams may vary from those of the Globex Corporation, its subsidiaries and shareholders." (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)

    • Dome-Mars National Kibbuzim
      • In addition to implanting false memories, Rekall also places mementos from the trip in the customer's residence. Douglas Quail's secret agent trip to Mars includes a stainless steel spoon engraved PROPERTY OF DOME-MARS NATIONAL KIBBUZIM.

    • Dominio de Oro
      • One of the many housing developments in Harding, Arizona with a fancy Mexican name ending in de Oro.

    • The Double B's
      • Housing projects from various episodes.
      • Elias takes Finch there to hide out in an abandoned meth lab. (Season 5 episode The Day the World Went Away)
      • Housing projects run by a Bulgarian drug dealer - Elias takes John there to hide out. (Season 1 episode Witness)

    • East Haven
      • District/neighborhood in Metropolitan City where Burns from (mentioned during deleted scene)

    • East Niceland
      • In the movie's epilogue, Ralph and Felix have built a new part of Niceland, with buildings that appear to resemble town homes.

    • East Sanchez Heights
      • Neighborhood in The Citadel of Ricks, mentioned on Citadel Morning News TV show: "Gravity outages in East Sanchez Heights, and is your uranium powered cellular matrix making you sick? The answer may not surprise you - it's yes. It's uranium. These stories and more, after this break." (Season 3 episode The Ricklantis Mixup)

    • Ethnic Town
      • Neighborhood in Springfield, which Homer describes as, "Where hardworking immigrants dream of becoming lazy, overfed Americans." Segment Hex and the City. (Season 13 episode Treehouse of Horror XII)

    • Evergreen Hallow
      • Neighborhood where Andre Hayworth went missing.

    • Fairchild Heights
      • Dwayne was a widower. He lived alone at night in a dream house in Fairchild Heights, which was the most desirable residential area in the city. Every house there cost at least one hundred thousand dollars to build. Every house was on at least four acres of land.

    • Falafel Heights
      • Topper's assignment is to knock out the nuclear weapons plant at Falafel Heights.

    • The Farsight Community
      • A reservation that studies advanced and dangerous technology through use, to prevent the problems of the future from happening.

    • The Flammable District
      • An out of control fire heads for stores in the Flammable District of Springfield. (Season 18 episode Little big Girl)

    • The Flesh District
      • Nickname for the neighborhood where Jarod goes looking for Dr. Blass’s former patient - the one that lured her down there the night of her assault. (Season 4 episode Risque Business)

    • Forward Avenue Historic District
      • Los Angeles neighborhood where Picard visits Guinan's bar. (Season 2 episode The Star Gazer)

    • Fox Point Heights
      • A fashionable area of town where foreign imports and two-martini lunches were the order of the day (episode A Substantial Gift)

    • The Fringes
      • According to Edison Carter's broadcast, an area of the city that "has become home to the thousands who have drifted here to make a precarious living pr to build a permanent shelter." (Season 1 episode Body Banks)

    • Garment District
      • Neighborhood in The Citadel of Ricks - the Rick cutting President Morty's hair at the end is Garment District Rick (Season 3 episode The Ricklantis Mixup)

    • The Hammock District
      • District in Cypress Creek, location of the Hammock Complex, a shopping center full of hammock stores. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)

    • Happy Holiday Valley
      • Herman purchases ten acres in Happy Holiday Valley through a magazine ad. It turns out to be a patch of wasteland in a broken-down ghost town, so the Munsters absolutely adore it.(Episode Herman's Happy Valley)

    • Haven Hills
      • Abandoned neighborhood, location of the party where the guys get their powers.

    • Heavenly Haven
      • When Fergie gets out of Aspen Prison, his living assignment is Y-Block in Heavenly Haven, where a riot is in progress. According to Fergie, "It's better than prison."
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