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What started out as the ultimate compendium of fake businesses and products now contains many new categories that don't fit the original description... but we just can't bring ourselves the change the name.
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  • Appliances and Housewares
    • 900x Beaverex
        • Tree jumps into the 900x Beaverex wood chipper used by Biff's Tree Removal to kill herself and reset the day.
    • ACME Suck-O-Lux
        • ACME branded vacuum cleaner from the Baby Herman cartoon Somethin's Cookin', that reverses into Roger Rabbit, blowing him up like a balloon.
    • ACME Toastamatic
        • ACME branded toaster from the Baby Herman cartoon Somethin's Cookin', that launches a plunger across the kitchen at Roger Rabbit.
    • The Amazing Spoutless Fountain
        • A new water fountain idea without a splash guard - because if it's not there, you can't put your mouth on it. (Season 4 episode Campaign Shake-Up)
    • Auto-veggie
        • According to Kyle, where Dr. Danco got his name - they gave him his nickname after an old commercial for a product called the auto-veggie that a company called Danco made. It sliced, it diced, etc... just like Dr. Danco.
    • Autovac
        • Automatic vacuum cleaner that comes with the Simpsons' new house in Cypress Creek. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • Belgian Waffle Baker Commercial Machine Model 5021T
        • Waffle maker appliance both Ben and Ann bid on to give to Leslie. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • Bread Maker-maker
        • Appliance in the kitchen of the house next door to the Simpsons that's for sale, a device that makes bread makers that make bread. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Burger On The Go
        • Dwight's invention that allows you to obtain six hamburgers (or twelve sliders) from a horse without killing it. (Season 6 episode Niagara)
    • The Chef's Pal
        • Product Truman's wife gets free at the checkout - a dicer, grater, peeler, all in one. Never needs sharpening, dishwasher safe.
    • Clarkman Garbage Disposal
        • Kramer installs a garbage disposal in his shower. (Season 9 episode The Apology)
    • Coffee Maker
        • Gorbachev shows up at former president George Bush's new house in Springfield with a generic housewarming gift. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors)
    • COPA Cabana
        • COPA = 
Compact Portable Automatic Cabana. Allison brings it with her on her honeymoon with Jack, thinking they're going to the beach. (Season 5 episode The Honeymooners)
    • Dirt Scourge 2000
        • Daphne's new vacuum cleaner that breaks when she attempts to clean Martin's old recliner (Season 7 episode They're Playing Our Song)
    • Econo-Save Budget Stool
        • Homer arrives at work to find that his chair has been replaced with a stool. (Season 6 episode Homer the Great)
    • Electric Sandwich Caddy
        • Invention ALF mentions, not a machine that brings you your sandwich, but a sandwich that hands you your golf clubs. (Season 1 episode Weird Science)
    • FLDSMDFR
        • The Flint Lockwood Diatonic Super Mutating Dynamic Food Replicator from Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs is visible floating around in the dimensions chaos in one of the supercollider scenes.
    • The FloorMaster
        • Stupid future Roomba that doesn't work very well - seen ramming itself into a wall at the hospital, repeating: "Your room is now clean"
    • Funsizer
        • Shrinking machine. "No child lock. AA Batteries. Gets Thirsty." From mock infomercial for album 2.0.
    • The George Plimpton Hotplate
        • Spellympics host George Plimpton asks Lisa to throw the spelling bee for free college - and a hotplate. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • Glacier Refrigerator
        • The Frostwell corporation offers the top TelAmeriCorp salesman a free Glacier refrigerator. (Season 2 episode Temp-Tress)
    • Hamilton Beech Student Chopper
        • New cooking appliance in the Springfield Elementary School cafeteria after the staff start cooking students. Setting options include: Pulverize, Chop, Purée and Gooify. (Season 6 episode Treehouse of Horror V - segment: Nightmare Cafeteria)
    • The Incredible Hulk Melon Baller
        • Appliance. The gift that Comic Book Guy gives to Principal Skinner and Edna Krabappel's for their wedding, which she returns to the Android's Dungeon. (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)
    • Intra-bovine Ice Cream Maker
        • Professor Frink invention that makes ice cream while the milk is still inside the cow. (Season 12 episode I'm Goin' to Praiseland)
    • The Juice Loosener
        • Product featured on TV infomercial I Can't Believe They Invented It! Appliance for making juice, invented by Dr. Nick. (Season 4 episode Marge in Chains)
    • Kitchen Carnival
        • Machine that makes carnival food at home. Marge's sisters Patty and Selma won on on the Price is Right. "Endorsed by the American Carny Association" (Season 15 The Fat and the Furriest)
    • The Kitchen Companion
        • Product made by the Miracle Company, the company that Billy's father says may be interested in buying his Bathroom Buddy inventiom.
    • Left-handed Crimper
        • Product that movie star Sara Sloane buys from Ned at the Leftorium. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Maid-O-Matic
        • Episode Mindy and Mork. Mindy is working on a new TV call-in show, and Mork buys a Maid-O-Matic to help with the housework. When the new appliance goes haywire, Mork calls Mindy on the air for advice. Guest star: Elinor Donahue.
    • Milk Master 2000
        • Milk carton opening device advertised on the TV infomercial Amazing Discoveries when Joey appeared as Kevin. (Season 3 episode The One With the Metaphorical Tunnel)
    • Mr. Sugar Cube
        • Invention mentioned during the I Can't Believe They Invented It! TV show, an appliance that compacts sugar into cubes. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Num Num Snack Factory
        • Still, there I was one time, taping this infomercial, one of those long-long commercials you think will end at any moment because after all it's just a commercial, but it's actually thirty minutes long. Me and Evie, we're hired to be walking sex furniture to wear tight evening dresses all afternoon and entice the television audience into buying the Num Num Snack Factory. Manus comes to sit in the studio audience, and after the shoot he goes, "Let's go sailing," and I go, "Sure!"
    • Nutri-Matic Drinks Synthesizer
        • Appliance on the Heart of Gold starship that claimed to produce the widest possible range of drinks personally matched to the tastes and metabolism of whoever cared to use it. When put to the test, however, it invariably produced a plastic cup filled with a liquid that was almost, but not quite, entirely unlike tea.
    • Official Sweetums Voting Machine
        • Sweetums tries to sway the election by installing their own voting machines. (Season 4 episode Win, Lose, or Draw)
    • The Olfatrix Smell Tower
        • Hardware for Wade's haptic chair. "The Oflatrix Smell Tower in the corner was capable of generating over two thousand discernible odors."
    • Peltzer Peeler-Juicer
        • One of Billy's father's inventions that doesn't work very well.
    • Plumbus
        • Household item that does… something (Season 2 episode 8 Interdimensional Cable 2: Tempting Fate) Appliance mentioned on TV in the Smith house. (Season 4 episode Rattlesnake Ricklactica)
    • POS Refrigerator
        • Refrigerator advertised on Blu-Ray menu. Warm and stale.
    • Rehydrator
        • Appliance in the safe house that turns freeze dried food into fully cooked meals.
    • Robo-Magic Washing Machine
        • The motto of the old Robo-Magic washing machine cleverly confused two separate ideas people had about Monday. One idea was that women traditionally did their laundry Monday. Monday was simply washday, and not an especially depressing day on that account. People who had horrible jobs during the week used to Monday "Blue Monday” sometimes, though, because they hated to return to work after a day of rest. When Fred T. Barry made up the Robo-Magic motto as a young man, he pretended that Monday was called "Blue Monday” because doing the laundry disgusted and exhausted women.
    • Romco Change Magician
        • Homer watches a TV infommercial for a change sorter that doesn't actually sort change, and asks Bart to buy it for him. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • The S.S. Microwave
        • Product featured on TV infomercial I Can't Believe They Invented It! Floating microwave you can use in your swimming pool. (Season 4 episode Marge in Chains)
    • Salami Buddy
        • Joey's parents' wedding gift to Monica and Chandler (Season 8 episode The One After I Do)
    • The Sens-O-Shower
        • Narrator: "By the time the applause in the court had died down, Judiciary Pag was already in the Sens-O-Shower with a rather nice member of the jury that he'dslipped a note to half an hour earlier."
    • Shrimp Dispensary
        • Gift Michael gives Eleanor in Season 2 episode The Trolley Problem - a soft drink dispenser that dispenses different flavors of shrimp.
    • The Sip-master Mark IV
        • Old model of drinking fountain that the Clamp building repairman mentions while trying to fix the current one that gets Gizmo wet. "Now that was a drinking fountain"
    • Siskel & Ebert Salt And Pepper Shakers
        • Salt and Pepper shakers featuring Siskel & Ebert (Season 2 episode Siskel & Ebert & Jay & Alice)
    • Smoke Cutter
        • New product that Alice's father invents (Dennis Quaid) and TelAmeriCorp sells. From the Smoke Cutter commercial: "Let's just say that one night you're out with your best friends and extended family enjoying a couple of platters of Johnsonville brats when suddenly, you smell heavy heavy smoke, and you turn around only to find that you are all trapped by a raging fire. Blinded by the smoke, you call out to your buddies, Hey, buddies, where are ya? Where are ya? But they can't hear you because of the roar of the raging fire, and they cannot respond because of the noxious smoke that is searing their lungs. And then they die, and I'm talking crispy critter dead. And you spend the rest of your life just wishing there was something you could have done to prevent that horror. The Smoke Cutter." (Season 7 episode Weed the People)
    • Snackmaster
        • Appliance Woody buys from a home shopping channel and gives to Rebecca (Season 8 episode 12 Norm and Cliff's Excellent Adventure)
    • Spaceballs: The Placemat
        • Spaceballs branded product - placemat on the tables at Gus's Galaxy Grill.
    • Spaceballs: The Towel
        • Spaceballs branded product - towel in the bathroom on Spaceball I.
    • The Spuddy Buddy
        • Frasier: "Well thank you so much for your offer of friendship George but I really don't have five thousand dollars to invest in your French fries vending machine. And for the sake of those who do invest I suggest, Sir, that you find a better name than The Spuddy Buddy." (Season 3 episode The Friend)
    • Steam Master 2000
        • Martin's appliance Daphne attempts to throw out. "Live life wrinkle free!" (Season 4 episode Are You Being Served?)
    • Suck It
        • David Wallace's idea for a shop-vac type of thing that teaches kids how to pick up their own toys. (Season 6 episode Sabre) David later reveals that he sold the patent to the US military. (Season 8 episode Free Family Portrait Studio)
    • Suck Kut
        • New invention by Ron Paxton, showcased on the Wayne's World segment Wayne's World Totally Amazing Excellent Discoveries. "A revolution in home hair cutting”, "It sucks as it cuts”.
    • Super Bass-O-Matic '76
        • Fish blender: "How many times has this happened to you? You have a bass, and you're trying to find an exciting new way to prepare it for the dinner table. You could scale the bass, remove the bass' tail, head and bones, and serve the fish as you would any other fish dinner. But why bother, now that you can use Rovco's amazing new kitchen tool, the Super Bass-o-Matic '76. Yes, fish-eaters, the days of troublesome scaling, cutting and gutting are over, because Super Bass-o-Matic '76 is the tool that lets you use the bass with no fish waste, and without scaling, cutting or gutting." (episode Ron Nessen: 04/17/76)
    • Svenson
        • Maris' plastic surgeon Dr. Karnofsky's hepafilter brand (Season 7 episode The Late Dr. Crane)
    • Tempura-san
        • Energy efficient. All weather safe. Recyclable. From mock infomercial for album 2.0.
    • ToastMate 2000
        • A commercial is shown advertising a toaster made by Stark Industries. "The go to for clever housewives", "Forget the past. This is your future" (Season 1 episode Filmed Before a Live Studio Audience)
    • Ubik Plastic Coating
        • Perk up pouting household surfaces with new miracle Ubik, the easy-to-apply, extra-shiny, non-stick plastic coating. Entirely harmless if used as directed. Saves endless scrubbing, glides you right out of the kitchen!
    • Voss Water Butler
        • Tom's idea for a new water kind of water fountain, a no-water fountain. Only $600 a bag. (Season 4 episode Campaign Shake-Up)
    • Windsor-Sonic 2000
        • Barbecue grill. Martin: "I got a great new barbecue: the Windsor-monic 2000. I wonder if they name it that because that's the one the Royal family uses." (Season 6 episode IQ)
    • Woomba
        • The little pink robot that cleans your noony. It's a robot and it cleans your business. Your lady business. From the makers of Roomba.
    • The Zik-Zak Automatic Bacon Straightener
        • Product Max advertises for the Zik-Zak Corporation: "No longer will the curly pieces take longer to fry in the pan. Be rasher with your rasher!" (Season 1 episode Body Banks)

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