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  • Beverages
    • A.02
        • The crew of the colony ship Humanitas are given daily beverage A.02, also known as "The blue", containing T56j, an antiandrogen medication which prevents androgens, DHT, and similar steroids from bonding to the androgen recreptors (ARs). The goal is to prevent impulse control. Personality becomes dull and docile, eliminating sexual desire and sensation and decreasing pleasure response.
    • Ajira Airlines Bottled Water
        • Ajira Airlines branded bottled water found on the beach. (Season 5 episode The Little Prince)
    • Aqua De Leche
        • One of Anton's investments - imported spring water. According to Burt, a very classy product with high end packaging. Burt's accountant: "It's Mexican water. You were selling the promise of diarrhea for three bucks a bottle."
    • Bahgol
        • Klingon tea-like beverage, mentioned when Curzon Dax and Kang remininsce. They first sat together over a glass of warm Bahgol at the Korvat colony when the Federation and the Klingon Empire were still enemies. (Season 2 episode Blood Oath)
    • Bailey's Ginger Ale
        • Fictional beverage product created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press. Fine all natural ginger ale.
    • Bean Juice
        • When Josh can't bring himself to drink the bean juice made from all-beans, Wolf mentions that he may be able to get his hands on some all-nut milk. (Season 2 episode Guess Who's Coming to Lunch)
    • Blazing Blue Rad-berry Cooler Xtreme: Code Rad
        • Gatorade-type drink that Captain Holt intends to purchase at the Food Mini Mart before running out when his and Captain Holt's mugshots pop up on the news on the TV. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
    • Bonk! Atomic Punch
        • Energy drink that's full of radiation that gives the Scout the ability to temporarily become invincible by dodging enemy attacks.
    • Brawndo
        • Sports drink. "The Thirst Mutilator." It's got electrolytes!
        • The thirst mutilator!
        • It's got what plants crave!
        • It's got electrolytes!
    • Buffal-O.J.
        • Homer as Connie Appleseed's father requests various buffalo products for breakfast, including buffalo sausage, huevos buffaleros, and some fresh-squeezed buffal-O.J,, from the Singing Hobo's Connie Appleseed story. (Season 12 episode Simpson Tall Tales)
    • Bullseye
        • Beverage product Cliff reminisces about drinking with his friend Joe that was killed by the terrorists.
    • Candy Bar Blend Espresso
        • Beverage option listed on the menu in the Starbucks themed guest room at Diane's surprise party in season 2 episode After the Party.
    • Cane Sugar
        • Soft drink product: "100% all natural sugar drink” (fictional product visible behind the end credits).
    • Coffee Flavored Bevarine
        • Beverage that Mrs. Krabappel offers Superintendent Chalmers. (Season 9 episode The Principal and the Pauper)
    • Compliance
        • Drink that contestants for the TV talent show Hot Shot are required to drink before performing (Season 1 episode Fifteen Million Merits)
    • Contala Tea
        • Beverage that D'Argo brings to Verrell. (Season 1 episode Back and Back and Back to the Future)
    • Country Club Lemonade
        • Beverage product sold at Shopwell's, visible when Frank reveals the truth about the Great Beyond to the whole store on the video camera.
    • Crab Juice
        • Canned beverage served by Khlav Kalash street vendor in New York City. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
    • Cranberry
        • Economy size package of juice sold at retail warehouse club Monstro Mart. It's crantastic! (Season 5 episode Homer and Apu)
    • Dasani Low Sodium
        • Bottle water product that, despite the pandemic, Bartenson's Grocery Store still has available in abundance. "Now with 30% less salt" (SNL at Home 4/25/20 - Bartenson's Grocery Store)
    • Deka Tea
        • The food provided for the Cardassian comfort women in Kira's orb time travel experience includes fresh moba, katterpod beans, hasperat, veklava and a pot of deka tea. (Season 6 episode Wrongs Darker than Death or Light)
    • Derek Zoolander Camel Milk
        • Brand of camel milk that Derek endorses, available in bucket or jar. "Two weeks on the market, it's already the best selling brand of camel milk.
    • Dharma Initiative Apple Cider
        • Dharma branded food product. (episodes Adrift, There's No Place Like Home, Part 2)
    • Dharma Initiative Coffee
        • Dharma branded food product. (episodes Namaste, Lighthouse)
    • Dharma Initiative Ginger Ale
        • Dharma branded beverage product. (Behind the scenes episode Lost: On Location)
    • Dharma Initiative Juice Pouch
        • Dharma branded beverage product. (episode Namaste)
    • Dharma Initiative Water
        • Dharma branded beverage product. (episodes Two for the Road, Live Together, Die Alone, Part 2, A Tale of Two Cities)
    • Diet Water Zero Light
        • If you want zero-calorie water, try diet water zero lite. It has only 60 calories. (Season 5 episode Soda Tax)
    • Dinosaur Energy Drink
        • Fill up with Jurassic World Fossil Fuel, a high octane energy drink that will boost you out of the Stone Age. Featured on the Jurassic World promotional website.
    • Donnie Lou's Fever Juice
        • Hauser: "This is Donnie Lou's Fever Juice. It is rated at just under a quarter million Scoville units. Now, when I find the demands of life to be challenging, I take a 'wee drop'. The more challenging, the higher the Scoville units. *fills a tiny teacup with hot sauce* But the trick, you see, that I've taught myself, is to never allow my eyes to tear up. One completely honest thing... if you really knew me, you'd despise me even more than you do."
    • Double Trouble
        • Donkey Doug and Pillboi's combination energy drink / body spray product. Pillboi: "Sharks, how much do you spend on energy drinks and body spray in one week? Three hundred dollars? Ten hundred dollars? What if I told you there was a product that combined these two things for one solution to all of life's problems and more? I give to you Double Trouble! The world's first energy drink/body spray…. Not bad, right? Double Trouble comes in three delicious smell-flavors: Raspberry Perspirant, Cedarwood Melon Blast, and 24-Hour Lemon Musk Xtreme. (Season 3 episode The Ballad of Donkey Doug)
    • Drink-Ems
        • Sweetums' alternative to boring municipal water, full of delicious, sugary drinking water. Each Drink-Ems is packed with 35% of your daily monopotassium phosphate requirement. MPP is an emulsifier as well as a plus-7 PH buffer. (Season 6 episode Fluoride)
    • Egg Nog
        • Generic egg nog Homer buys that fills up the entire fridge in the Simpson house. (Season 7 episode Marge Be Not Proud)
        • Generic egg nog product visible when residents of Springfield sing about Christmas Eve in Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 17 episode Simpsons Christmas Stories)
    • Empire Spring Water
        • Fictional bottled water product created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press. "It's what's on the ice"
    • Fanalian Tea
        • Ezri offers Lieutenant Ilario raktajino in her quarters, then orders herself a Fanalian Tea, hot. "Are you all right? Do you want some raktajino?" (Season 7 episode Friendly Fire)
    • Fellip Nectar
        • Aeryn compares Earth beer to fellip nectar. A fellip is a creature from Tarsis. (Season 1 episode A Human Reaction) Crichton mentions while looking for beer. (Season 3 episode …Different Destinations) Bartender mentions to Aeryn. (Season 3 episode The Choice)
    • Fluidiccino
        • Beverage option listed on the menu in the Starbucks themed guest room at Diane's surprise party in season 2 episode After the Party.
    • Fraappleasure
        • Beverage option listed on the menu in the Starbucks themed guest room at Diane's surprise party in season 2 episode After the Party.
    • Fresh Ground Vinspresso
        • Coffee Vincent serves at Café Diem (Season 2 episode Noche de Sueños)
    • Garden Blast
        • Juice flavor sold by Seth & Munchie's, Homer's mother's old hippie commune Groovy Grove Natural Farm's juice company, the largest organic juice company in Springfield. (Season 10 episode D'oh-In' in the Wind)
    • Go!
        • Red soda product Morty drinks while creating space snake astronaut Slippy's doppelgänger with a regular snake from Earth. (Season 4 episode Rattlesnake Ricklactica)
    • Go-Go Beans Espresso
        • Beverage option listed on the menu in the Starbucks themed guest room at Diane's surprise party in season 2 episode After the Party.
    • Grip
        • The Office version of Gatorade. Flavors include Blue Blast & Arctic Chill. (Season 1 episode Hot Girl)
    • H2Flow
        • Think of H-2-flow as an app for your teeth. The more flow you take in, the more sparkle points you get. Get enough sparkle points, and you're on your way to your first aqua badge! Collect enough aqua badges, and we'll welcome you to the H-2-flow Platinum Club. (Season 6 episode Fluoride)
    • Hansel Juice
        • Derek and Hansel launch a fake energy drink at Club Brik as a trap to ambush the Red Carpet. It's melted ice from the seafood case at D'Agostino's. "It'll put the pep back in your pupik." Later advertised on a billboard in Paris. "C'est Chouette!"
    • Hapi Jus
        • There's a commercial for juice in Bratislava hotel with two topless women fondling each other's breasts.
    • Happy Dreams Tea
        • KACL's biggest sponsor. Frasier gets fired for not reading their radio spots. (Season 5 episode Sweet Dreams)
    • Hasselhoff Cider
        • Beverage served at the Cowboy Skyscraper Buffet, an American themed restaurant in Australia. High alcohol content. (Season 3 episode The Brainy Bunch)
    • Hays Bros. 100% Columbian Coffee
        • Food product created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • Hays Bros. 100% Columbian Decaffeinated Coffee
        • Fictional coffee product created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • Hot Jala New record added 7/16/2021
        • Londo prepares hot jala for Delenn and her friend. (Season 1 episode A Voice in the Wilderness Part 1)
    • Icoberry Juice
        • Drink that Jadzia craves on Risa. She's allergic and it makes her spots itch, but she wants it anyway. (Season 5 episode Let He Who is Without Sin...)
    • Instant Cocoa New record added 8/1/2021
        • Generic cocoa brand in Bob and Emily's kitchen. (Season 2 episode Have You Met Mrs. Dietz)
    • Instant Ubik
        • Instant Ubik has all the fresh flavor of just-brewed drip coffee. Your husband will say, Christ, Sally, I used to think your coffee was only so-so, But now, wow! Safe when taken as directed.
    • Jabba The Kombucha
        • Baby Yoda makes an appearance on Weekend Update, mentioning that he is now selling marijuana products: Dago-Bud edible treats, CBD-infused Jabba the Kombucha, and Wookie Cookies teats. (Episode 10/31/2020)

    • Jamesmont Soda
        • Beverage product, A fully-owned subsidiary of Jimmy James Incorporated. (Season 5 episode Apartment)
    • Joggerade
        • For her "reward," Julie is shown jogging on a treadmill while promoting a drink called Joggerade. (Season 5 episode Angel in Hiding)
    • Joosh NRG
        • In the alternate timeline where Josh is named Joosh, but goes by the name "JFUTZ”, JFUTZ also has an energy drink named after him. "Hype your thirst, punch your brain!” (Season 1 episode Prelude to an Apocalypse)
    • Jucius Maximus
        • Grape flavored juice box product sold at Shopwell's, molested by Douche in the stockroom. "Juiced up!"
    • Juice
        • Generic juice product sold at Shopwells, singing during the opening song, visible in the MILF's shopping cart, visible when Frank reveals the truth about the Great Beyond to the whole store on the video camera.
    • Kava Juice
        • When Worf's bachelor party ends prematurely, Miles and Julian head to Quarks to eat after fasting for several days. Their order: One steak with mushrooms. Baked potato, sour cream and chives. One double Altair sandwich, no mustard. Two bowls of linguini. Bajoran shrimp with extra cheese. One loaf of mapa bread. And freshly squeezed Kava juice. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
    • Klonade
        • Sponsor patch on Tiger and Wolf's DieCathalon contestant uniforms. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
    • Latte-in-a-bowl
        • Beverage option listed on the menu in the Starbucks themed guest room at Diane's surprise party in season 2 episode After the Party.
    • Lindy Springs Premium Spring Water
        • Fictional bottled water product created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press. "Nature's champagne"
    • Lunenburg Pale Ale
        • Beer seen in the fridge shortly before the stuffed wolf monster attacks in season 1 episode 6 Fur.
    • Mayan Delight Organic Dark Roast Coffee
        • Coffee product sold at Shopwell's, visible when Frank and Brenda are climbing the shelves.
    • Milsford Spring Water
        • Tom Bodett narrates as a bottled water's unusually "rich history" is re-enacted: Rather than share a pure spring creek with neighboring Dunbee, the Massachusetts town of Milsford brutally destroys Dunbee and most of its residents.
    • Minotaur Extreme Green Energy Drink
        • The energy drink company where Danny and Wheeler work.

        • Stay off drugs! Minotaur!
        • Drugs bad. Energy drinks good.
        • Taste the beast!
        • Nuclear horse piss for six bucks a can
        • "By the way, this stuff's poison."
    • Montreal Morn
        • Coffee that Marge says she's going to brew, the most international coffee in the house, but it turns out there's only Nescafé. (Season 6 episode Homer vs. Patty and Selma)
    • Mountain Sweat
        • Bottled water company from Jerry's dream/vision after he drinks Rick's Globaflyn. (Season 4 episode The Old Man and the Seat)
    • Mt. Swartwelder Apple Cider
        • Gallon jugs Marge brings back from the family's trip to the Mt. Swartwelder Historical Cider Mill. (Season 8 episode Burns, Baby Burns)
    • Muscle Malt
        • When Terry suggests to Boyle that they could sell the Boyle Bone Broth that Boyle gave him when his muscles were sore, Terry mentions having a friend who invented Muscle Malt. Stand-in for actual product Muscle Milk. (Season 7 episode Ransom)
    • Nature's Goodness Soda
        • New soda made of 2-4 desoxpropenuramine that Bart drinks as part of his future job testing dangerous food additives in daydream sequence after being chased out of Springfield Christian School. (Season 4 episode Whacking Day)
    • Oceanic Airlines Bottled Water
        • Oceanic Airlines branded bottled water that Ben discovers while rooting around in Sawyer's old tent on the beach. (Season 6 episode Dr. Linus)
    • Orange Drink Mix
        • When Charlie runs out of money, he's forced to buy generic products in bulk, including Toilet Paper, Cheese, Vodka and Orange Drink Mix - which he uses to make a screwdriver for Evelyn. (Season 1 episode I Can't Afford Hyenas)
    • Orange Juice
        • Generic orange juice drink that Syd drinks every morning.
    • Original Cola
        • Blake and B-Rad try to steal beer from Sunrise Liquor by filling up an Original Cola box with Heisler Beer (Season 1 episode Checkpoint Gnarly)
    • Pejuta New record added 8/1/2021
        • After B'elanna strikes Lt. Carey in Engineering, Chakotay tells her to make a personal apology over a hot cup of pejuta. (Season 1 episode Parallax)
    • Pingo Doce
        • Seen advertised on posters - it's the Brazilian soda company Bruce Banner worked for in The Incredible Hulk.
    • Prospect Foods Orange Juice
        • Prospect Properties provides Tom and Gemma with food drops - cardboard boxes full of Prospect Foods branded products.

    • Pyrellian Ginger Tea
        • When Odo's investigation of Bajoran collaborator Che'so's death leads him to Kira, she tells him that he gave her Pyrellian Ginger tea. (Season 2 episode Necessary Evil)
    • Qualactin Hypermint Extract
        • Beverage mentioned in the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster recipe. "Over the back of a silver spoon float a measure of Qualactin Hypermint extract, redolent of all the heady odours of the dark Qualactin Zones, subtle sweet and mystic."
    • Quark-tajino
        • Chief asks Quark to come up with a decaffeinated Raktajino for pregnant Kira. Odo: So much for Quark-tajino. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Rainbow Randolph Fruit Flavored Drink
        • One of many Rainbow Randolph licensed products in the Death to Smoochy world that appears on the official Death to Smoochy website.
    • Raktajino
        • Klingon coffee, very popular beverage among the crew of Deep Space Nine.
        • Sisko orders a raktajino with a jacarine peel, and an icoberry torte from the replimat. (Season 2 episode The Homecoming)
        • Sisko offers Kasidy a Raktajino. (Season 3 episode Family Business)
        • Odo replicates one Raktajino, extra hot, two measures of kava for Kira for their morning meeting. (Season 4 episode Crossfire)
        • Kira drinks in the replimat. (Season 4 episode Accession)
        • Jake offers his mother's double from the Mirror Universe Jennifer a Raktajino. (Season 4 episode Shattered Mirror)
        • Jake replicates a Raktajino, extra sweet and Makapa bread, no crust. When Sisko asks, what happened to juice and oatmeal, Jake tells him that Kasidy introduced him to it. It's great. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
        • Chief asks Quark to come up with a decaffeinated Raktajino for pregnant Kira. Odo: So much for Quark-tajino. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
        • Rom drinks a raktajino when he joins the swing shift. (Season 5 episode The Assignment)
        • Served on Deep Space Nine. (Season 1 episode Dax)
        • Barry. a.k.a. Klingon Arne Darvin, orders a Raktajino when he arrives on Deep Space Nine. Odo tries to order a Raktajino on space station K-7. Later, the Defiant crew is alerted to the presence of Klingons on space station K-7 when the waitress mentions other customers attempted to order Raktajino. (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
        • On the runabout on the way to Risa, Leeta serves Bashir a Tarkalean Tea, Jadzia a Raktajino and Worf a large prune juice. Quark ordered a hand squeezed snail juice. (Season 5 episode Let He Who is Without Sin...)
        • Odo: You can release the Talarian as soon as he's sober but tell him to stay away from the raktajino, it obviously doesn't agree with him.(Season 5 episode A Simple Investigation)
        • Sisko drinks a raktajino when the Jem'Hadar find him and Eddington in the runabout. (Season 5 episode Blaze of Glory)
        • Sisko’s trying to cut down. (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
        • Martok drinks a raktajino when he and Worf rejoin the Defiant. (Season 6 episode A Time to Stand)
        • Dax drinks raktajino. (Season 6 episode Favor the Bold)
        • Kira replicates two raktajinos, extra strong, and a kavaroll in Ops. (Season 6 episode Resurrection)
        • Kira invites the Mirror Universe version of Bareil Antos into her quarters for a raktajino. (Season 6 episode Resurrection)
        • Julian Bashir: Something tells me I'm going to need a lot of raktajinos today. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
        • Jake drinks a raktajino on the Valiant. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
        • Ezri replicates one iced raktajino, but it's horrible. She hates raktajino. (Season 7 episode Shadows and Symbols)
        • Quark asks if anybody would like to join him in the mess hall for a raktajino. (Season 7 episode The Siege of AR-558)
        • Ezri offers Lieutenant Ilario raktajino in her quarters, then orders herself a Fanalian Tea, hot. "Are you all right? Do you want some raktajino?" (Season 7 episode Friendly Fire)
        • Kira asks Odo to take the helm while she gets a raktajino. (Season 7 episode Tacking into the Wind)
        • After General K'orin passes out, Mariner tells Boimler not to worry, they'll get him a hot cup of raktajino and he will be ready to go. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • Red Leaf Tea
        • Tea beverage.
        • Bashir attempts to replicate hot butter scones, moba jam and red leaf tea - but Sloan has deactivated his reflector. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
        • A Cardassian scientist asks Miles to get her a cup of red leaf tea. (Season 3 episode Destiny)
        • Gul Dukat orders Red Leaf Tea from the replicator when he returns to the station after being contacted by a recording of himself announcing that Bajoran workers had revolted. (Season 3 episode Civil Defense)
    • Rokassa Juice
        • Bashir guesses correctly that Garak is drinking Rokassa Juice, on account of the smell. Garak comments that is soothes his nerves. (Season 2 episode Cardassians)
    • Satyrade
        • Onward version of Gatorade, sold at the Swamp Gas Grab-n-Go convenience store. "Brings out your party animal"
    • Shopwell's Soda
        • Store brand soft drink product sold at Shopwell's, singing the opening song, visible when Frank reveals the truth about the Great Beyond to the whole store on the video camera.
    • Skinny Sugarsauce Espresso
        • Beverage option listed on the menu in the Starbucks themed guest room at Diane's surprise party in season 2 episode After the Party.
    • Spring Water
        • Generic bottled water product sold for $8 at the concert where two met his girlfriend Becky - he was on fire, but didn't want to pay $8 for the water needed to put out the fire. Becky used her bottle to put out the fire. (Season 11 episode It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge)
    • Steaky
        • Commercial Bart watches on TV. Finally, the great taste of Worcestershire sauce in a soft drink. (Season 5 episode Homer Goes to College)
    • Summer Flavors Soda
        • Soft drink product advertised on the slightly more futuristic version of Earth that the group visits.
    • SummerTime Old-Fashioned Instant Lemonade
        • Chapter 25. Corporate sponsor of Tender Branson's public appearances.
    • Sunny Juice
        • From Sprite TV commercial. "What's wrong with you people? I'm full of sunshiny goodness!", "Don't drink something because a cartoon character tells you to. Obey your thirst. Drink Sprite."
    • Swill Mineral Water
        • Bill Murray extols the qualities of this putrid mineral water "dredged from Lake Erie", the packaging of which looks nearly identical to Perrier.
    • Swiss Mountain Drinking Water
        • Fictional bottled water product created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • Synergy
        • The devil's energy drink. Joke Adam makes when he reads the word synergy in the TelAmeriCorp orientation video like 11 times. (Season 4 episode Three and a Half Men)
    • Synthale
        • Synthetic alcohol beverage served at Quark's Place. (Season 1 episode Captive Pursuit)
        • Following the end of the Bajoran Cleansing Ritual, Kira orders synthale and Hasperat at Quark's. (Season 4 Bar Association)
        • Chief orders a synthale at Quark's, then threatens Quark when he doesn't get it fast enough. (Season 4 episode Hard Time)
        • When Miles, Julian and Jadzia return from a dangerous mission in the Gamma Quadrant, they order synthales at Quark's. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
    • Synthehol
        • Book wonders why he's not getting drunk while on Discovery, not realizing he's drinking synthehol. (Season 3 episode People of Earth)
    • Taladine Tea
        • Tea Zhaan mentions. (Season 2 episode Liars, Guns and Money Part I: A Not So Simple Plan)
        • Garak guesses correctly that Bashir is drinking Tarkalean tea. (Season 2 episode Cardassians)
        • Enabran Tain offers Bashir Tarkalean Tea. (Season 2 episode The Wire)
        • Bashir finds traces of Tarkalean Tea in the replicator. (Season 3 episode Distant Voices)
        • Kira orders at Quark's - not too sweet this time. (Season 4 episode Hippocratic Oath)
        • Odo drinks Tarkalean Tea on space station K-7, when Raktajino is not available. (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
        • On the runabout on the way to Risa, Leeta serves Bashir a Tarkalean Tea, Jadzia a Raktajino and Worf a large prune juice. Quark ordered a hand squeezed snail juice. (Season 5 episode Let He Who is Without Sin...)
    • Torsion
        • From episode "Game Time": Energy drink that was taken off the market by the FDA that's still popular with gamers - and beta testers at Tendyne Systems.
    • Transylvania Goofy Juice
        • Jake's juice box that he keeps leaving on Charlie's piano. (Season 2 episode Big Flappy Bastards)
        • Jake offers 16 year old Prudence a juice box. (Season 1 episode Camel Filters + Pheromones)
    • Turbo Rush
        • Energy drink featuring a picture of Homelander on the can. (Season 2 episode Over the Hill with the Swords of a Thousand Men)
    • V Inut V Aio
        • Joey drinks expired orange juice. The label is clearly Minute Maid label, but it has been changed into "V inut V aio". (Season 8 episode The One with the Secret Closet)
    • Value Save Lemonade
        • Lemonade served at Oscar's Mexican themed welcome back party. (Season 3 episode The Return)
    • Veggie-Boy
        • Product Woody endorses in a commercial, finds out he doesn't like it when he tries it, gets hypnotized into liking it by Frasier, and then loses when the product gets discontinued (Season 8 episode 11 Veggie Boyd)
    • Victory Coffee
        • Winston and Syme pushed their trays beneath the grille. On to each was dumped swiftly the regulation lunch—a metal pannikin of pinkish-grey stew, a hunk of bread, a cube of cheese, a mug of milkless Victory Coffee, and one saccharine tablet.
    • Vincent's Veggie Blend
        • Vincent's healthy smoothie drink that Allison keeps in her fridge and offers Jack after their jog through the neighborhood (Season 2 episode Noche de Sueños)
    • Virilade
        • Advertised, but not clear exactly... with all of the erection medication seen in the movie, presumably a sports drink mixed with boner pills.
    • Vitameatavegamin
        • Vitamin drink from episode "Lucy Does a TV Commercial" Contains: vitamins, meat, vegetables and minerals... and alcohol.
    • Water Zero
        • The name implies that there are zero calories, like most water, but in fact, it has 300 calories per serving. The zero on the label refers to the amount of water in it, which is zero. (Season 5 episode Soda Tax)
    • Yacqui Indian Memory Tea
        • Tea Marge serves Homer to get him to remember his repressed trauma. Season 13 episode The Blunder Years)

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