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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 to change the name.
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Category Filter: BEVERAGES-SOFT DRINKS

  • Beverages-Soft Drinks
    • Bailey's Soda Metric Cola
        • Soft drink from opening dance sequence (Steve Martin's All Commercials TV special)
    • BC Cola
        • Soft drink advertised on the Lottery world. "Birth control in a can" (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Bea Flat's Root Beer
        • Soft drink product product sold at Shopwell's, singing the opening song, visible during the battle with the gods.
    • Brown Tingle Cola
        • Soft drink product advertised all over The City. Seen in various episodes. Also known as "BTC" Slogan: "I'll have a tingle". It is revealed that the company was actually founded by The Terror, when he returns to take back control. (Season 1 episode My Dinner with Android)
    • Brown Tingle Old School
        • New product from the Brown Tingle Co., makers of Brown Tingle Cola (Season 2 episode Hot Beige!)
    • Brown Tingle Zip
        • New product from the Brown Tingle Co., makers of Brown Tingle Cola (Season 2 episode Hot Beige!)
        • TV commercial. (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy)
        • Homer escapes from the Candy Industry Trade Show by making a bomb out of Buzz Cola and Pop Rox. (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
        • Diet Buzz Cola sold in Power Plant vending machine. (Season 6 episode Homer the Great)
        • Also sold in Shelbyville. (Season 6 episode Lemon of Troy)
        • Advertised before the movie: "The taste you'll kill for" (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
        • New sponsor of Reverend Lovejoy's church after he agrees to let Mr. Burns to run the church like a business. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
        • "The official cola of prison" (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
        • Homer’s bid for a pro football team in Springfield involves the team name The Springfield Meltdowns, and a new stadium called The Duff Beer Krusty Burger Buzz Cola Costington’s Department Store Kwik-E-Mart Stupid Flanders Park. When Abe nukes the deal by assaulting the pro football commissioner, the town votes to turn the stadium into a bullfighting arena called Springfield Estadio de Toros. (Season 17 episode Million-Dollar Abie)
    • Caffeine Free Buzz
        • Variation of Buzz Cola in the vending machine at the Springfield Airport. (Season 9 episode Trouble with Trillions)
    • Cobra Cola
        • Cobra branded soft drink (Issue #87 Assault on Castle Destro) Soft drink visible when the Emir of Benzheen calls Cobra Commander and asks him not to blow up his oil fields. (Issue #113 Previous Agreement)
    • Cola
        • Generic soft drink on the judge's desk on the world where the youth are in charge. (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
        • Frank introduces the gang to the pleasures of drinking wine in a can - the box wine Zuko Vineyards poured in a generic cola product can called Cola. (Season 5 episode The Gang Gives Frank and Intervention)
    • Cola Blitz
        • Soft drink on the judge's desk on the world where the youth are in charge. (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
    • Cream Buzz
        • Variation of Buzz Cola in the vending machine at the Springfield Airport. (Season 9 episode Trouble with Trillions)
    • Crystal Buzz Cola
        • Parody of Crystal Pepsi. New soft drink vending machine at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant that Homer gets his arm trapped in, so he can't go to the ballet with Marge. (Season 5 episode Marge on the Lam)
    • Dalai Lamanade
        • Springfield Elementary installs new Scammer & Z-Dog vending machines - the same marketing team behind Hip-Hopsicles "The urban popsicle", featuring Scarf-ables products, including Krishna Krisps, Amazonkers, Lollapalollipops, Dalai Lamanade, Choco-Nards and Everlasting Copkillaz. Lisa reads the ingredient list for Krishna Krisps: "Hydrogenated petroleum oil, monosodium poisonate, partially de-weaponized plutonium" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Dharma Initiative Cola
        • Dharma branded beverage product. (Behind the scenes episode Lost: On Location)
    • Diet Buzz
        • Variation of Buzz Cola in the vending machine at the Springfield Airport. (Season 9 episode Trouble with Trillions)
    • Diet Cola
        • Can of generic cola product shown being collected by Kramer and Newman for their Michigan deposit bottle scam, a can that looks just like a Pepsi product. (Season 7 episode The Bottle Deposit)
        • Generic soda product Homer drinks in bed. (Season 4 episode Homer's Triple Bypass) Coupon for generic soft drink that Marge cuts out of the newspaper. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare)
        • Generic soft drink can that Ruth drinks at the end of her homeowners association president election speech. (Season 1 episode The Unstable Grey Hole)
    • Fogell's Cola
        • Soft drink product sold at Shopwell's, placed in a grocery cart during the opening song, visible during the second opening song, after Frank reveals the truth about the Great Beyond.
    • Fogell's Lemon/Lime
        • Soft drink mixer product sold at Shopwell's, visible during the second opening song, after Frank reveals the truth about the Great Beyond.
    • Homer Cola
        • Homer plans to invent the world's best-tasting cola, but loses his ingredients notes: "sugar, water, bubbles and ?" (Season 16 episode Don't Fear the Roofer)
    • Hump Cola
        • New cola product Owen and Lola create from the fluid in the Chief's back hump that tastes like Coke in Season 7 episode 12 Hump Cola.
    • Impact Cola
        • Soft drink on the world where the youth are in charge. (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
    • Jeckyll Island Root Beer
        • The Dean brings Jeckyll Island root beer over to Troy and Abed's apartment in episode Origins of Vampire Mythology when he tries to convince Troy to enroll in Greendale's Air Conditioning school.
    • John Lemon
        • 40 year old novelty beverage, Beatles branded product in Ned Flanders' secret Beatles memorabilia room. (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
    • Mango Starr
        • 40 year old novelty beverage, Beatles branded product in Ned Flanders' secret Beatles memorabilia room. (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
    • Maple Soda
        • When Marge is in the hospital recovering from her ski trip accident, Homer does the grocery shopping, returning with Maple Soda, a toy plastic phone filled with candy, Astronaut Bread that comes in a tube and Aerosmith's Sweet Emotions breakfast cereal. (Season 11 episode Little Big Mom)
    • Mop Top Pop
        • 40 year old novelty beverage, Beatles branded product in Ned Flanders' secret Beatles memorabilia room. (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
        • Fictional soft drink product that also appears in Stephen King's Dark Tower series. Ben Linus claims to be Henry Gale, a man who arrived on the island in a balloon. Sayid later finds the balloon and digs up the real Henry Gale's corpse, finding Henry's wallet with his Minnesota driver's license and a $20 bill with a note to his wife written on it. Henry Gale's balloon was sponsored by the Widmore Corporation, Minnesota Metallurgy, Mr. Cluck's Chicken Shack and Nozz-A-La Cola. (Season 2 episode Lockdown)
    • Orange Harrison
        • 40 year old novelty beverage, Beatles branded product in Ned Flanders' secret Beatles memorabilia room. (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
    • Osaka Orangeade Concern
        • Sponsor of the Happy Smile Super Challenge Family Wish Show, the TV game show in Japan where the Simpsons win enough money to return home. Also the makers of the dangerous looking, but harmless lava featured in one of the challenges. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Paul McIced Tea
        • 40 year old novelty beverage, Beatles branded product in Ned Flanders' secret Beatles memorabilia room. (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
    • Pensa Cola
        • A monkey/prehistoric human buys a can of Pensa Cola (which looks an awful lot like a Pepsi) from a vending machine that looks like the monolith from 2001 in a movie clip Jay says stinks (Season 1 episode A Little Deb Will Do Ya, Season 2 episode A Song for Margo)
    • Pepsi Crab
        • Unusual soft drink flavor that, despite the pandemic, Bartenson's Grocery Store still has available in abundance. (SNL at Home 4/25/20 - Bartenson's Grocery Store)
    • Pepsi Perfect
        • Vitamin-enriched variety of Pepsi cola sold at the Cafe 80's in 2015. In October 2015, Pepsi released a limited quantity of Pepsi Perfect bottles to attendees of New York Comic Con that were dressed as Marty McFly.
    • Pepsi-B
        • When Apu and Manjula give birth to octuplets, they receive lifetime supplies of baby powder and Pepsi-B. "For Export Only" (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Pop Cola
        • Soft drink in the Loki hideout in the Void. (Season 1 episode Journey into Mystery)
    • Rik Cola
        • Stand-in for Coca-Cola, advertising seen all over Chicago with the image of the fat Santa that the Real Santa hates.
    • Shake Up
        • Soft drink.
        • Soft drink can that Clark helps Garrett get out of the hospital vending machine. (Season 3 episode Resurrection)
        • Soda can in the home of pioneering 19th century female journalist and Chloe’s hero Nellie Blye, where Clark finds Chloe’s Wall of Weird. (Season 4 episode 2 Gone)
    • Slug-o-Cola
        • The chairman of Slug-O-Cola and powerful voice in the FCA, Nilva agrees to come to Deep Space 9 to meet with Zek. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
        • Drink Slug-o-Cola! The slimiest cola in the galaxy!
        • Drink Slug-o-Cola and keep your teeth that lovely shade of green!
        • Acting Grand Nagus Brunt orders an eelwasser, then changes his order to Slug-O-Cola, then cancels his order altogether. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Slurm
        • There's a Slurm vending machine in the background during the Rick and Morty couch gag (Season 26 episode Mathlete's Feat)
    • Soy Pop
        • Beverage Lisa attempts to buy at college, but her future husband Hugh Parkfield beats her to it. "Now with gag suppressant" (Season 6 episode Lisa's Wedding)
    • Sparkle Mist
        • 2 liter soda bottle in Jake and Boyle's motel room (Season 2 episode AC/DC) Truck that Gina and Captain Holt commandeer to get from the self storage facility to Frank's Fun Zone. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
    • Sump Cola
        • (RJ & Turtle in hot tub). RJ: Tough winter.... Turtle: Harsh.... RJ: It's brutal, all right.. Turtle: My puckers got puckers.. There's a bottle of Sump Cola on the edge of the hot tub.
    • Wolf Cola
        • Bogus soda distributor that Frank creates cooking the bar's books. (Season 7 episode Sweet Dee Gets Audited) The only cola for true refreshment. Splash into the beast. (Season 10 episode Ass Kickers United: Mac and Charlie Join a Cult) Frank thinks he's selling Wolf Cola to the Jews in Boca Raton, but he's actually made it the official soft drink of terrorist group Boko Haram. (Season 12 episode Wolf Cola: A Public Relations Nightmare)
    • Yo-Jo Cola
        • Soft drink product Cutter mentions it sounding good after making repairs to the WHALE (introduced in Issue #29 Beached Whale) The Ninja Force travels undercover aboard a Yo Jo Cola truck. (Issue #140 Goin South)
    • Za Cola
        • Soft drink product commercial that the children in the waiting room of Trish's mother's talent agency are there to audition for. (Season 1 episode AKA Top Shelf Perverts)

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