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  • Books-Biography
    • An American Journalist: the Suburban Years
        • Mr. Belvedere planned on turning his diary into this book.
    • Balls Deep In Shit-kicking Dudes
        • According to Britt, possible title of Kato's autobiography.
    • The Bay Harbor Butcher Manifesto
        • The manuscript that Dexter sends to the Miami Tribune to confuse them. (Season 2 episode That Night, a Forest Grew)
    • Bebop King
        • Novel about the life of Jackie Robinson - the greatest saxophone player this world has ever seen - on science fiction writer Isaac Clark's boring world. (Season 4 episode Revelations)
    • Birdman of the Illinois State Institute of Correction New record added 10/14/2021
        • One of Bobís ex-con clients mentions writing a book. (Season 6 episode Son of Ex-Con Job)
    • Blowing: Behind The Scenes With A Rock Flautist
        • Autobiography of Trish Talk guest Diane Masagi. (Season 1 episode AKA I've Got the Blues)
    • The book of humans: a manifesto
        • Michael's book about the gang's adventures that he writes with Janet's help (Season 3 episode Jeremy Bearimy) Michael mentions the book, says he and Janet have still been working on it all this time. (Season 4 episode A Chip Driver Mystery)
    • The Book Of Pooter
        • The book that tells the story of T.J. O'Pootertoot, the member of the Donner party that discovered that human flesh made the ultimate fun food and founded the restaurant T.J. O'Pootertoot's. (Episode A Few Good Scouts)
    • Buddy Holly
        • The residents of Haven keep all of their old journals in the local library. Each volume simply titled with their name. (Season 3 episode The Land After Time)
    • Bull On Bull New record added 10/21/2021
        • Bull publishes his autobiography Bull on Bull through vanity publishing house Random Author. (Season 8 episode Itís Just a Joke)
    • Cassius Tolle
        • Book in the Forge, consisting of data collected from guests (Season 2 The Passenger)
    • Chan Ming
        • Book in the Forge, consisting of data collected from guests (Season 2 The Passenger)
    • Charlotte Hale
        • Book in the Forge, consisting of data collected from guests (Season 2 The Passenger)
    • A Cheap Trick And A Cheesy One Liner
        • Joke Tony makes... Bad girl: "That's all you got? Cheap trick and a cheesy one-liner?" Tony: "Sweetheart, that could be the name of my autobiography."
    • Chocolate Book
        • Fictional autobiography of Tay Zonday, singer of the viral song Chocolate Rain, that Chidi picks up at the library (Season 3 episode Everything Is Bonzer!)
    • Dan Coopman
        • During my researches in the leviathanic histories, I stumbled upon an ancient Dutch volume, which, by the musty whaling smell of it, I knew must be about whalers. The title was, "Dan Coopman", wherefore I concluded that this must be the invaluable memoirs of some Amsterdam cooper in the fishery, as every whale ship must carry its cooper.
    • The Dark Face of Love: Stories & Poems
        • Book of memoirs by Guienevere Beck, published posthumously. (Season 1 episode Bluebeard's Castle)
    • The Day We Planted Gage
        • Internal joke Louis makes about what they should call the sign-in book from Gage's funeral.
    • Death Game: The Joosh Futturman Story
        • The inside story of American's most confounding terrorist. (Season 2 episode Dia De Los Robots)
    • A Death in The Family
        • Internal joke Louis makes about what they should call the sign-in book from Gage's funeral.
    • Deeper: A Memoir
        • The Deep's autobiography. (Season 1 episode The Self-Preservation Society)
    • The Devil And Reverend Foster
        • Book. "Another bootleg edition of the (unauthorized) biography The Devil and Reverend Foster appeared simultaneously on news stands throughout the United States; by nightfall every copy had been burned and the plates destroyed, along with incidental damage to other chattels and to real estate, plus a certain amount of mayhem, maiming, and simple assault.
    • The diary of Tahani Al-Jamil
        • Foreword by Malala Yousafzai and Kylie Minogue. (Season 1 episode Tahani Al-Jamil)
    • Doris
        • Book in the Accounting office containing point totals for everyone named Doris, from Season 3 episode Janet(s).
    • Dorothy
        • Book in the Accounting office containing point totals for everyone named Dorothy, from Season 3 episode Janet(s).
    • Doug / The Book of Dougs
        • Book in the Accounting office containing point totals for everyone named Doug, from Season 3 episode Janet(s). Also known as The Book of Dougs. Michael asks Neil in Accounting to review the point totals for Doug Forcett, finds out that nobody's gotten into The Good Place In 500 years, then steals the book.
    • Douha
        • Book in the Accounting office containing point totals for everyone named Douha, from Season 3 episode Janet(s).
    • Doyle
        • Book in the Accounting office containing point totals for everyone named Doyle, from Season 3 episode Janet(s).
    • Elise McKenna: An Intimate Biography
        • Book by Gladys Roberts that Richard Collier picks up at the San Diego library.
    • Family Man: The Timothy Ryder Story
        • Book that Professor Charles Lattimore writes about Dr. Timothy Ryder.
    • Frank Novak
        • Book in the Forge, consisting of data collected from guests (Season 2 The Passenger)
    • Funeral Autographs
        • Internal joke Louis makes about what they should call the sign-in book from Gage's funeral.
    • The Genius of Barry Manilow
        • Defendants are charged with burning books - all the same book - The Genius of Barry Manilow. Harry fines them $1. (Season 4 episode A Day in the Life)
    • Give Me 12 Minutes I'll Give You My Life
        • Matthew's suggestion for the title of Bill's autobiography (Season 2 episode Bill's Autobiography)
    • Good Intentions
        • Book by Onward, the dog from Flag Five, Christian Soldier's partner, that he wrote as a form of therapy. Walter gets the book as a gift at his birthday party (Season 1 episode Party Crashers). Now known as Midnight, the talking dog reads passages from his book (Season 1 episode After Midnight). Described as "One dog's search for the bone of fulfillment. Spoiler alert: it was in his backyard all along" (Season 1 episode My Dinner with Android.)
    • Homer, I Hardly Knew Me
        • Homer's autobiography. Bart and Lisa find unsold copies in the attic. (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Thing and I)
    • Homo With A Pie
        • The name of Will's future memoir. Will: "I found all the letters that we wrote to each other in college. You know, I actually I meant to organize those for the archives for when I was going to write my memoir." Grace: "Oh, right, right, and it had that weird title." Will: "Weird title? Homo with a Pie is a great title, and when I get around to writing it it's really gonna delve into the complexities of the gay experience in America, and at the end there'll be recipes. You know, for for pie." (Season 10 episode Who's Sorry Now?)
    • How I Just Missed Him At The Crucial Moment
        • Book, Louis Creed's internal joke when he drinks beer after beer after his son Gage's funeral: How I Went to My Son's Funeral with a Hangover, author of How I Just Missed Him at the Crucial Moment and numerous other works.
    • How I Went To My Son's Funeral with a Hangover
        • Book, Louis Creed's internal joke when he drinks beer after beer after his son Gage's funeral: How I Went to My Son's Funeral with a Hangover, author of How I Just Missed Him at the Crucial Moment and numerous other works.
    • I Am Also Scotty
        • Comic Book Guy (at library book sale): Ah, the full Leonard Nimoy cycle - I am Not Spock. I am Spock. And finally, I am Also Scotty. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • I, Suds
        • Duff finds a new Duff spokesperson to replace Duffman - the Simpsons' dog, Santa's Little Helper. After appearing on Live with Regis and Kathy Lee, Suds has a book signing for his book "I, Suds". (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
    • Immortally Yours
        • The autobiography of the superhero The Immortal. (Episode The Funeral)
    • James Delos
        • Book in the Forge, consisting of data collected from guests (Season 2 The Passenger)
    • Jesus The Christ
        • The residents of Haven keep all of their old journals in the local library. Each volume simply titled with their name. (Season 3 episode The Land After Time)
    • Jimmy James: Capitalist Lion Tamer
        • Original title of Mr. James' autobiography, before being translated into Japanese and back again). New title: Jimmy James: Macho Business Donkey Wrestler (Season 4 episode Super Karate Monkey Death Car)
    • Jimmy James: Macho Business Donkey Wrestler
        • New title of Mr. James' autobiography after being translated into Japanese and back again). Original title: Jimmy James: Capitalist Lion Tamer (Season 4 episode Super Karate Monkey Death Car)
    • Josh Tutturman
        • The residents of Haven keep all of their old journals in the local library. Each volume simply titled with their name. (Season 3 episode The Land After Time)
    • A Journalist's Credo
        • Potential title for Bill's future book. Bill: "Perhaps one day, I'll publish these musings under the title "A Journalist's Credo'." (Season 2 episode The Song Remains the Same, title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
    • Karl Strand
        • Book in the Forge, consisting of data collected from guests (Season 2 The Passenger)
    • The Life And Times Of Industrialist Howard Stark
        • Biography to be published later this year, mentioned in ticker message (WHIH EXCLUSIVE: Scott Lang Interview)
    • The Life And Times Of Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree
        • Frasier's book he goes into Daphne's room to find (Season 2 episode Daphne's Room)
    • Life History
        • Nick Andros' autobiography. I was born in Caslin, Nebraska, on November 14, 1968. My daddy was an independent farmer. He and my mom were always on the edge of getting squeezed out. They owed three different banks. My mother was six months pregnant with me and my dad was taking her to see the doctor in town when a tie rod on his truck let go and they went into the ditch. My daddy had a heart attack and died.
    • Like Hell I Can't
        • Smithers brings in a proposed ghostwriter for Mr. Burns' autobiography, Mr. Roman, one of the finest ghostwriters in the business. His previous books include: Like Hell I Can't, Up From the Muck and The Unsinkable Sadruodin Mahbaradad. (Season 2 episode Blood Feud)
    • Live and Let Di
        • Princess Diís fictional autobiography that Christine mentions. (Season 5 episode Chrizziís Honor)
    • The Lives Of Jerome F. Davies
        • Book - biography about the author of Bandersnatch. (Black Mirror: Bandersnatch)
    • Maia's Diary: Things I See
        • Diana Skouris' adopted precognitive daughter Maia's diary, in which she recorded her visions. (Season 2 episode Wake Up Call, Part 2)
    • The Microphone Never Blinks
        • Suggestion for the title of Bill's autobiography - play on the title of Dan Rather's book The Camera Never Blinks (Season 2 episode Bill's Autobiography)
    • My Core Beliefs
        • Book by Mike Farrell that Lisa gives Homer for inspiration when he chains himself to a post at Springfield Stadium to protest Duff's decision to move the Springfield Isotopes to Albuquerque. (Season 12 episode Hungry, Hungry Homer)
    • My Death Book
        • Internal joke Louis makes about what they should call the sign-in book from Gage's funeral.
    • My Life In The 20th Century
        • Jack's nonexistent memoir he muses about when Wendy locks him in the pantry.
    • My Mom and I Slept with the Same Dude
        • Joke Charlie makes about the title of his autobiography when his ex-girlfriend Jill returns as a man named Bill. (Season 1 episode An Old Flame with a New Wick)
    • My Talents Lie in Other Directions
        • Theoretical book that book that Frankie Eyes muses about writing, discussing potential names with Kira. (Season 7 episode Badda-Bing Badda-Bang)
    • The Nicodemus Diary
        • Book that Lex gives Dr. Hamilton. "A reprint of a priest's last diary recounting the life and death of a Kansas settlement in the 1870's." In 1871, a strange contagion struck the Morley settlement and 200 people died almost overnight. (Season 1 episode Nicodemus)
    • No Jacket Required
        • Autobiography by J. Peterman. (Season 8 episode The Muffin Tops)
    • Oil Changes And Cappuccinos
        • According to Britt, possible title of Kato's autobiography.
    • Oliver Norton Shaw: Rise Of A Titan
        • Biography by Harper Lane that she finds in her London flat in the future.
    • Probst: A Life
        • Jeff Probst biography that The DieCathalon host Susan Saint Jackalope's wife Randall reads in bed. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
    • Race To Witch Mountain: A True Story
        • The book that Jack Bruno and Dr. Alex Friedman write at the end of the movie based on their experiences with the aliens.
    • Radio Bill
        • Suggestion for the title of Bill's autobiography (Season 2 episode Bill's Autobiography)
    • Radio Days
        • Suggestion for the title of Bill's autobiography (Season 2 episode Bill's Autobiography)
    • Radio Daze
        • Suggestion for the title of Bill's autobiography, spelled D-A-Z-E for a Spike Lee feel (Season 2 episode Bill's Autobiography)
    • The Room Where 'The Room Where It Happened' Almost Didn't Happen
        • Sequel to former National Security Advisor John Bolton's Trump administration tell-all book The Room Where It Happened. (07/17/2020)
    • The Rorschach Journal
        • Journal of the 1980s vigilante known as Rorschach. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)

    • Saved from Salvation
        • Chapter 21. Best-selling autobiography of Creedish Church survivor Tender Branson.
    • The Secret Confessions Of Jebediah Springfield
        • Scroll that Lisa finds in the Springfield Historical Society museum. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Iconoclast)
    • Seymour's Diary
        • Bart sneaks into Principal Skinner's office and searches through his desk, finding his diary, a dance contest submission tape and the key to the steam tunnels. (Season 17 episode We're on the Road to D'ohwhere)
    • Shadow Of Greatness: One Woman's Story
        • Mrs. Douglas's official biography, which stated that Joseph E. Douglas, Secretary General of the World Federation of Free States, had proposed to her during the counting of ballots in his first election to office.
    • Stolen
        • Book that Prairie's mother reads, by the investigative journalist that approached her while she was shopping that wants to tell Prairie's story. (Season 1 episode Away)
    • Take A Good Look
        • Autobiography of Sabre CEO Jo Bennett. She gives a copy to each Scranton employee during the meeting where she introduces herself. (Episode Manager and the Salesman)
    • Tell Morning Not To Come
        • After Wolf sets Dasha's humanity aflame, she writes a book called Tell Morning Not to Come, which is how the Network is able to track them down where they are hiding out in Russia during World War I. Wolf finds a copy of the book after killing one of the Network's agents: Tell Morning Not to Come by Dasha Ovechkina, Antova Classics. (Season 3 episode There Will Be Borscht)
    • The Thing About Me Is I'm Perd Hapley
        • Autobiographical book by Perd Hapley that Leslie auctions off. (Season 5 episode Halloween Surprise)
    • Thomas Edison
        • Pop-up book Homer reads in the Springfield Elementary library. (Season 2 episode Wizard of Evergreen Terrace)
    • Tropic Thunder: The True Story
        • Vietnam veteran Staff Sergeant John "Four Leaf" Tayback's (Nick Nolte) memoir.
    • Try And Make A Touchdown You Scumbags
        • The name of a cheer Steve claims to have written when he was a cheerleader. (source: A Wild and Crazy Guy)
    • Tweeping Up Appearances
        • Shauna Malwae-Tweep's memoir, based on her blog, about her journey to find happiness by smiling through the pain. (Season 6 episode Galentine's Day)
    • The Unsinkable Sadruodin Mahbaradad
        • Smithers brings in a proposed ghostwriter for Mr. Burns' autobiography, Mr. Roman, one of the finest ghostwriters in the business. His previous books include: Like Hell I Can't, Up From the Muck and The Unsinkable Sadruodin Mahbaradad. (Season 2 episode Blood Feud)
    • Up From The Muck
        • Smithers brings in a proposed ghostwriter for Mr. Burns' autobiography, Mr. Roman, one of the finest ghostwriters in the business. His previous books include: Like Hell I Can't, Up From the Muck and The Unsinkable Sadruodin Mahbaradad. (Season 2 episode Blood Feud)
    • Vincent Van Gogh
        • The residents of Haven keep all of their old journals in the local library. Each volume simply titled with their name. (Season 3 episode The Land After Time)
    • What's With The Pepper?
        • Book by Elaine's ex-boyfriend Jake Jarmel. (Season 6 episode The Scofflaw)
    • White Like Me
        • Jane Curtin: Good evening! Welcome to Looks At Books. I'm your host, Jane Curtin. My guest tonight is the author of several books on race in America, and he's here to talk about his latest book, "White Like MeĒ. (Richard Pryor - 12/13/75)
    • Will There Ever be a Rainbow?
        • Autobiography by C.M. Burns. (Season 2 episode Blood Feud) Mr. C.M. Burns most recent biography. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)

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