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  • Tobacco Products

    • A-Train Smooths
      • Premium menthol cigarettes. (Season 3 episode The Instant White-Hot Wild)

    • ACME Cigar
      • Joke Charlie makes when Sean offers him a cigar. Charlie: "Let me guess, ACME brand?" (episode Charlie and the Lap Dance of Doom)

    • American Spirit
      • At the end of the movie, Snake smokes an American Spirit cigarette. There is a tobacco company called American Spirit, but you can see the pack in the shot, and they're not the same ones.

    • Bilson Cigarettes
      • Brand of cigarettes the guys that didn't kidnap Olive smoke (Season 2 episode Window Dressed to Kill)
      • Cigarette advertisement at Eric's Expert Service gas station where Sawyer plays a jewelry con. (Season 2 episode The Long Con)

    • Brezza
      • Cigarette brand the cartel lawyer smokes. (Season 2 episode Game Day)

    • Brezza Cigarettes
      • Forty Quinn's cigarettes. (Season 2 episode Have a Good Weekend, Joe!)
      • Cigarettes that U.S. Marshal Edward Mars smokes while transporting Kate, shortly before the accident involving Kate's black horse (Season 2 episode What Kate Did)

    • Carlos Y Carlos
      • Murdock wins big on Wheel of Fortune, including "the President's Humidor” from Humidors-R-Us. "It holds up to 50 cigars, guarantees to keep them fresh for over a year.” Additionally, he wins 50 El Capitan cigars from Carlos y Carlos. "The finest in smooth tobaccos” (Season 4 episode Wheel of Fortune)

    • Chester Strikes
      • The children of Springfield Elementary listen to the broadcast from the town of Grover's Mill, where a giant metal cylinder from Mars lands and a tentacle comes out. Edna Krabappel hand out Chester Strikes cigarettes to calm their nerves. (Season 18 episode Treehouse of Horror XVII - segment The Day the Earth Looked Stupid)

    • Chewing Tobacco
      • When Selma goes to the Springfield Orphanage to adopt a baby, she decides to give up smoking for chewing tobacco. (Season 16 episode Goo Goo Gai Pan)

    • Cigarettes
      • Generic carton of cigarettes that Bart gives Homer when he goes to jail for stealing Moe's car. (Season 9 episode Dumbbell Indemnity)

    • Destiny Cigarettes
      • On the earthquake prison world, the sliders' new friend L.J. trades a carton of cigarettes to get the sliders a place to stay in government housing Annex 7-7-0. (Season 2 episode El Sid)

    • Dokes
      • The drizzle had deepened into a steady rain by the time Richards hit the street. The big Smoke Dokes for Hallucinogenic Jokes thermometer across the street stood at fifty-one degrees. "Just the Right Temp to Stoke Up a Doke - High to the Nth Degree!" That might make it sixty in their apartment. And Cathy had the flu.

    • Dr. Johnson Snuff
      • "Just a moment and I'll check on that, sir." The screen temporarily blanked out. Time passed. Rick took a pinch of Dr. Johnson Snuff and shivered; without the car's heater the temperature had begun to plunge. "Dr. Costa says that Mr. Holden is not receiving calls," the operator told him, reappearing. "This is police business," he said; he held his flat pack of ID up to the screen. "Just a moment." Again the operator vanished. Again Rick inhaled a pinch of D. Johnson Snuff; the menthol in it tasted foul, so early in the morning. He rolled down the car window and tossed the little yellow tin out into the rubble. "No, sir," the operator said, once more on his screen. "Dr. Costa does not feel Mr. Holden's condition will permit him to take any calls, no matter how urgent, for at least - "

    • El Capitan Cigars
      • Murdock wins big on Wheel of Fortune, including "the President's Humidor” from Humidors-R-Us. "It holds up to 50 cigars, guarantees to keep them fresh for over a year.” Additionally, he wins 50 El Capitan cigars from Carlos y Carlos. "The finest in smooth tobaccos” (Season 4 episode Wheel of Fortune)

    • El Dorado Cigarette Company
      • Cigarette company that briefly takes over the Happy-Go-Lucky Toy Factory (episode Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington)

    • El Royale Cigar Company
      • Clue that lead Deb and Quinn to George King, the serial killer known as the Skinner. (Season 3 episode Do You Take Dexter Morgan?)

    • Escalus
      • Brand of cigarettes Boyd uses as explosive to blow up Mr. Picker toward the end of season 5.

    • Franklin Cigarettes
      • Jay's parents' tobacco company. "Makers of Phlegm Fatale Cigarettes" (Season 2 episode Frankie and Ellie Get Lost)

    • Golden Badger
      • Japanese brand of cigarettes. (Season 1 episode Hi, My Name is Rebecca Harris)

    • Humps
      • Cigarette brand.
      • Cigarette ad at the Oxxen gas station - Humps Slims. Parody of Camel cigarettes. "For ladies”, "The taste of pure elegance”. (Season 4 episode The Old Sugarman Place)
      • Cigarettes BoJack smokes while finding Henrietta on FaceBook. (Season 4 episode What Time Is It Right Now)
      • Mirror Universe Worf demands more beetle snuff. (Season 7 episode The Emperor's New Cloak)
      • Quark offers Grand Nagus Zek quality Hupyrian beetle snuff, which he declines because he now cares for the beetles after being "devolved" by the wormhole aliens. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
      • Grand Nagus Zek offers Sisko and Dax Hupyrian beetle snuff. (Season 2 episode Rules of Acquisition)

    • Jerk-Ass Homer Cigars
      • After cleaning out his car by throwing his trash in the Krusty Burger drive-up trashcan, Homer lights up a Jerk-Ass Homer cigar, inadvertently causing a gas explosion and destroying all the restaurants on Fast-Food Boulevard when he tosses the match. (Season 19 episode E Pluribus Wiggum)

    • Kempo Cigarettes
      • Rita starts smoking again, and then quits. (Season 1 episode The Dark Defender)

    • Laramie Tobacco Products
      • Laramie parent company that makes numerous cigarette products.
      • Laramie Filters cigarettes are advertised at Moe's Tavern. "Try Laramie Filters" (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
      • Kwik-E-Mart sells Laramie Slims. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Hell Toupée)
      • In a commercial shown at Totally sick, twisted, F***ed-Up Animation Festival, after a tough day on the set making their classic film From Here to Infirmity, Itchy and Scratchy relax with Laramie Extra Tar cigarettes. "And now there's more nico-glycerol" (Season 12 episode HOMR)
      • After bringing John home, the gay guy that owns Cockamamie's, the collectibles and antiques store at Springfield Mall, Homer parks Bart in front of a Laramie Slims cigarettes billboard featuring half-naked girls having a pillow fight. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
      • Laramie 100s cigarettes advertised on billboard outside Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 2 episode Principal Charming)
      • Parent company name given - "Laramie Tobacco Products". (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
      • Selma buys a carton of Laramie 100s cigarettes at the grocery store. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
      • Girls in the bad girl bathroom at Springfield Elementary smoke Laramie Jr.'s cigarettes. (Season 3 episode Separate Vocations)
      • Laramie 100s advertised on the back of the Mondo Frowno magazine that the Good Vibrations music store clerk is reading. (Season 7 episode Homerpalooza)
      • Cigarettes advertised on billboard in Capital City. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer)
      • Lisa makes an appearance at the Springfield Founders Festival Parade as Little Miss Springfield, on the Laramie Jr. Cigarettes float. (Season 4 episode Lisa the Beauty Queen)
      • Laramie 100s cigarettes sold at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Hell Toupée)
      • At the Air Show, Homer brings Marge a pack of cigarettes for her headache when the aspirin is sold out. (Season 7 episode Sideshow Bob's Last Gleamings)
      • Laramie Jr.'s advertised on back of Bad Boys Life magazine that Bart reads. (Season 6 episode Lisa's Rival)
      • Marge's sisters buy Lady Laramie 100s cigarettes at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 2 episode Principal Charming)
      • Cigarette machine at Barney's Bowlarama. (Season 7 episode Team Homer)
      • Marge's sisters buy Laramie High Tar cigarettes at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 2 episode Principal Charming)
      • Cigarettes sold at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Hell Toupée)
      • Laramie High Tar cigarettes sponsors the Hullabalooza music festival in Capital City. (Season 7 episode Homerpalooza)
      • Laramie Cigarettes offers to buy ToMacco from the Simpsons. (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
      • Laramie High Tar cigarettes are advertised in New York City. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
      • Sponsor advertised on Monkey Olympics, TV show on Fox that Homer watches. (Season 14 episode Pray Anything)
      • Laramie High Tar cigarettes are advertised in Moe's Tavern. Segment Hex and the City. (Season 13 episode Treehouse of Horror XII)
      • Kwik-E-Mart sells Laramie Ultra-Tar Kings. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Hell Toupée)

    • Morisson Red
      • Cigarettes Hannah smokes, offering one to Ulrich. (Season 2 episode An Endless Cycle)

    • Morley Cigarettes
      • Charley has a pack in front of him on the table when he meets with the police.
      • Nathan Muir leaves a pack of Morley Cigarettes on a CIA official's desk as a means of distraction which he uses to obtain some confidential information.
      • When Evie frames Tracy, and Tracy's purse is dumped out on the table, there's a pack of Morley Cigarettes.
      • Dale is seen smoking Morley Cigarettes on multiple occasions. Carol finds a pack of Morley cigarettess on a dead Alexandria citizen. (Season 6 episode JSS)
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