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  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • The 4400 Center
        • Sanctuary for 4400 returnees in Seattle, Washington, founded by Jordan Collier.
    • Abu Talib Square
        • Location in the city of Benzheen, where Stalker, Sneak Peek and Dusty are pinned down behind a Porsche dealership. Sneak Peek killed by Cobra soldiers saving a child. (Issue #113 Previous Agreement)
    • The Aldridge Mansion
        • A tour guide finds himself trapped in the mansion by a strange spirit and Erinbby, and Holtzmann are called in to investigate the haunting. Exterior filmed at Boston University Castle. Interior filmed at Ames Mansion.
    • The Ancient House
        • The only opaque building in One State, except for windows.
    • Armore Plaza
        • Landmark mentioned in the video footage of Operation 247, the military operation on the Inland that inadvertently kills Julia's son's guardian (Chapter 5: Water)
    • The Arrow
        • Dharma Initiative station 2, dedicated to developing defensive strategies and gathering intelligence on the island's hostile indigenous population. (Season 5 episode Because You Left)
    • Avengers Mansion
        • Spider-Man tracks Dr. Paulson’s goons to the Avengers Mansion, where they are in the process of stealing the Windstone from Captain Marvel. When they transport away, Spider-Man and Captain Marvel track them down in a Quinjet. (Issue #142 Foiled)
        • The Avengers building can be seen a wide shot of the Manhattan skyline near the start of the movie.
    • Bart's Moon Mansion
        • Bart daydreams about having a party on the moon when he finds Mr. Burns' lost $1000 bill. "It's Bart's moon party from outer space, with R2-D2 playing the bass." (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • The Battle Of New York Memorial
        • Statue erected near the Avengers Tower to commemorate those who lost their lives in the Battle of New York.
    • Bayview Hill
        • But back in '80 they were hot and heavy, and every day they'd run for the ferry on this side and then up Bayview Hill to the high school on the Tinnock side.
    • The Beatrice Simmons Memorial Dining Hall
        • New room at the Springfield Retirement Castle, paid for with the money she left Abe Simpson in her will. (Season 2 episode Old Money)
    • The Big Bend
        • Mysterious new building that appears in New York City due to a changed timeline, a marvel of engineering - two towers that come together at the top, like an upside down U.
    • The Big T Building
        • Building in Springfield. One of the big T's in Springfield shown when the Springfield Cat Burglar reveals that he hid all the money he stole under a big T in Springfield. (Season 5 episode Homer the Vigilante)
    • The Bing Building
        • Building mentioned when Niles gets stuck in an elevator in The Elliott Bay Towers, Frasier's apartment building (Season 5 Perspectives on Christmas)
    • Black Opal
        • The Fermitas corporation's isolated server farm with no hard lines in or out or links to the outside world except via satellite. Attacked by Liber8 in episode 30 Minutes to Air.
    • The Black Tower Of Robber Baron Karnor
        • Ominous tower where Wilykat is taken prisoner. (Season 1 episode The Tower of Traps)
    • The Black Tower
        • Home of the owner of Frasier's radio station (Season 5 episode Sweet Dreams)
        • Building from Abed's AD&D game from Season 5 episode 10 Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.
    • Bonesaw Bridge
        • Bridge that Tiger mentions: Okay you're sounding a lot like the riddle gnome of Bonesaw Bridge. We killed him for not speaking directly. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
    • Borchert Hall
        • Building on Greendale campus (seen in episode Geography of global conflict) Also seen in episode Virtual Systems Analysis.
    • The Box
        • Dangerous structure filled with deathtraps designed by Morale Eval, that Count Dooku uses to decide who will participate in his plot to kidnap the Chancellor. (Season 4 episode The Box)
    • The Brandenberg Carousel
        • In the first episode on the TV in the background, a scientist tells a congressman that he wasn't trying to detract from the awesomeness of incidents like "The Chef Anomaly" or "The Brandenberg Carousel".
    • Broad And Locust Community Center
        • Community center where one of the Eastrail train victims worked.
    • Carter-Dixon Tunnel
        • Hurricane Barbara carries the Bowlarama away, eventually leaving it teetering precariously on the cliff above the Carter-Dixon Tunnel on the outskirts of Springfield. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)
    • Castle County Court House
        • Where Sheriff Bannerman pleads for information on the Castle Rock Killer.
    • Chamber of Opportunity
        • Ishka: I predict that one day a female will enter the Tower of Commerce, climb the 40 flights of stairs to the Chamber of Opportunity, and take her rightful place as Grand Nagus of the Ferengi Alliance. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Church of The Collective Renewal Centre
        • The Deep brings A-Train to his church. (Season 2 episode The Bloody Doors Off)
    • The Citadel At the End of Time
        • Home of He Who Remains. (Season 1 episode For All Time. Always)
        • Pyke headquarters on the planet Oba Diah. (Season 7 episode Together Again)
        • Rex tells Anakin that Echo remembers being at the Citadel. (Season 7 episode On the Wings of Keeradaks)
        • Building that fictional movie character Chosen mentions: I'm not that little girl that you hung out with at the Citadel. (Season 1 episode Cinethrax)
        • When Tarkin arrives on Kamino to evaluate clone troopers, Tech refers to him as the same Tarkin from Echo's Citadel rescue. Mentioned only. (Season 1 episode Aftermath)
    • The City District Court
        • Local court where Destroyo's trial is held. (Episode The Tick vs. Justice)
        • Building from various episodes.
        • Building in Neuterville, the town in the Danger Dog Easter Special, the animated special shown to the children at Springfield Elementary. (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
        • Chief Wiggum stops the town from paying. "God-Free since '63" (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
    • City Plaza
        • Site of the midnight main event - Killer No. 2 and Nicola's Red Army vs. The Proletariat League of Defense.
    • City Square
        • There's a big rally for Governor Schick covered by News 20 at City Square on the racial purity world. "America for Americans" (Season 4 episode California Reich)
    • Clark Building
        • Building in the miniature civilization that lives in Lisa's science project, mentioned by resident Bill Watson when he asks Lisa a question. (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Genesis Tub)
    • Cliff Walk Manor
        • Property Helen wants to sell to new resident Mimsy in Season 3 episode My Brother's Keeper.
    • The Cobra Consulate Building
        • Our new base of operations in New York City. 50 floors of steel reinforced concrete, loaded with sophisticated surveillance gear, satellite communications dishes and much, much more… And all under diplomatic immunity. (Issue #55 Unmaskings)
    • Coffin Rock
        • Where a couple of college girls were sunning themselves beside Knowles River when Ig rode the shopping care into the Knowles River.
    • Colcord Plaza
        • Location of Robin Colcord's office - on 5th Avenue (Season 8 episode 2 The Improbable Dream, Part 2)
    • Comic Wars Ranch
        • Home and studio of Randall Curtis, creator of Star Wars parody Cosmic Wars, located in Northern California. "Formerly Fresno, California" (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • The Commons Downtown
        • Office building located on the slightly more futuristic version of Earth that the group visits.
    • Community Recreation Center
        • Korvo and Terry debate Ruth in the homeowner’s association president race. (Season 1 episode The Unstable Grey Hole)
    • Copula Hall
        • Building that exists in both cities, known as the neutral heart of both cities, where The Oversight Committee determines matters of breach, such as if the murdered girl Mahalia Geary breached or not.
    • Cordovian Embassy
        • Mentioned on MSBSea ticker tape in season 2 episode Hank After Dark - "Food fight at Cordovian embassy reminds stuffy old dignitaries how to have fun"
    • Corporate Plaza
        • LutherCorp hires the construction company Construx Industries to build a new office building called Corporate Plaza in Smallville, on Native American land claimed by the Kawatche tribe. (Season 2 episode Skinwalkers)
    • The Cradle Of Life
        • A labyrinth made of a strange crystalline substance where normal laws of physics do not apply. "In 2200 B.C., an Egyptian Pharaoh found a place he named the Cradle of Life where life began, and there he found the box which brought life to earth. The Pharaoh opened the box, but all that was left inside was Ramante, or empty life, the plague which came as the companion to life."
    • Crenshaw Building
        • Fictional building in downtown Cincinnati where the bank robbers planned to hole up after the robbery.
    • CRM-114
        • Bunker on the beach. Reference to the C.R.M. 114 Discriminator radio device in Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove.
    • Da Freak Pad
        • The name the guys give the TelAmeriCorp time share condo for the weekend. (Season 7 episode Monstalibooyah)
    • The Dave Cave
        • Batman-influenced Joke Dave makes about other secrets he may have when the office finds out he's Canadian (Season 3 episode The Trainer)
    • Dead Man's Rock
        • Rock in Death Valley (Season 4 episode Mr. Sandman)
    • The Denzel Washington Monument
        • Before choosing to visit a dude ranch to escape the song that Homer wrote about Ned Flanders, the Simpsons consider other vacation destinations, including the Denzel Washington Monument, the Wax Museum, a Balloon Ride, Colonial Phoenix and Walter Gropius's Bauhaus Village. (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
    • The Dimordis Tomb
        • Man on the space station in the Sacred Stillness mentions that he was on an expedition, looking for the Dimordis Tomb in the Berjer Nebula. (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
    • Dodgers of Foreign Wars
        • Landmark in Toronto, Canada that the Simpsons visit on their trip to Canada to find Bart's girlfriend. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Domas Veritasis
        • It means "House of truth". It's where the Keeper lives (Season 2 episode 9)
    • The Dreamatorium
        • Headquarters of Tom's new entertainment business, Entertainment 7 Twenty, a multimedia entertainment production conglomerate. (Season 3 episode Li'l Sebastian)
    • Dunlop Plaza
        • Building in Los Angeles where Jack Bauer goes to assist CTU administrative Director Richard Walsh when he is under attack. (Season 1 episode 1:00 AM - 2:00 AM)
    • The Dutch Hill Mansion
        • House Jake sees in his dreams that serves as a portal to Mid-World.
    • Earth Dome
        • The Earth Alliance is the official government of Earth and its colonies in the twenty-third century. The governing council is referred to as the Earth Alliance Central Government, Earthgov and Earth Central, founded in 2085 after the end of World War 3 with headquarters at Earth Dome in Geneva, Switzerland. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
        • "Rumors are still running rampant in Earth Dome as President Luis Santiago continues his journey to Babylon 5." (Season 1 episode Survivors)
    • The Eco-Pod
        • A self-contained subterranean environment which will serve as a prototype for an eventual space station. Similar to the Biosphere, only on a much more ambitious scale. Designed by a Lilith's colleague Dr. Louis Pascal. Cliff applies for membership (Season 11 episode 4 The Magnificent Six). Lilith leaves Frasier to go live in it with Dr. Pascal (Season 11 episode 7 The Girl in the Plastic Bubble)
    • The Embassy Of Urmania
        • The Urmanian government's embassy in The City. An agent from the Embassy of Urmania is looking for Dr. Karamazov. (Season 1 episode My Dinner with Android)
    • English Memorial Spanish Center
        • Episode Pillows and Blankets. Named after English Memorial, the Portuguese sailer that discovered Greendale while looking for a fountain that cured syphilis.
    • The Evel Knievel Trail
        • The slope Ig rides the grocery cart naked, crashing into the Knowles river, breaking his nose and almost drowning.
    • The Excitable Pavilion
        • Building in The Great Before that souls can visit to find their spark.
    • Exotrol Plaza
        • Location of Exotrol's corporate office headquarters - site of riot in Season 1 episode 6 Time's Up.
    • Fergus Falls Civic Center New record added 9/29/2021
        • Building in Fergus Falls, Virginia, location of the future site of President Tug Benson’s Presidential library.
    • Fergus Gallagher Community Center
        • Original location of Jake and Amy's wedding, before the bomb threat. (Season 5 episode Jake & Amy)
    • The Fiery Station
        • The Fiery Blaze and Friendly Fire's secret headquarters (Episode Couples)
    • Fighting Pits of Goleta
        • Wolf returns to a life he doesn't remember. His family cluster tries to figure out what happened to him. One of them suggests he has the sand brain. Was he kidnapped by the Sno-Mads? Was he forced into the Fighting Pits of Goleta? One of them mentions being captured by the The Hill People of Calabasas and forced to watch her previous cluster eaten alive. (Season 2 episode A Wolf in the Torque)
    • The First Academy Building
        • It was early afternoon and the grounds and buildings were deserted, since everyone was at sports. There was nothing to distract me as I made my way across a wide yard, called the Far Commons, and up to a building as red brick and balanced as the other major buildings, but with a large cupola and a bell and a clock and Latin over the doorway—the First Academy Building.
    • The Flag-5 Fortress
        • The new Flag-5's headquarters. (Season 2 episode In the Woods)
    • The Flag-5 Memorial
        • Memorial for crimefighting team killed by The Terror in the City. (Season 1 episode The Beginning of the End)
    • The Flame
        • Dharma Initiative station 4, a communications station. (Season 3 episode Enter 77)
    • The Forge
        • On their way to meet Cardassian operative Lasaran, Worf and Jadzia discuss their honeymoon plans. Worf suggests The Forge on Vulcan and mountain climbing on Andor. But Jadzia wants room service. Worf assumes she's talking about Risa, but she's actually referring to Casperia Prime, the vacation capital of the Horvarian Cluster. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
    • Fort Awesome
        • Mr. James' mansion. Mr. James: "I wanted a place just like Xanadu, but without such a dorky name." Lisa: "So what'd you call it?" Mr. James: "Fort Awesome." (Season 4 episode The Secret of Management)
    • Fortress of Choclitude
        • Chocobot headquarters, from The Mattel and Mars Bar Quick Energy Chocobot Hour, the somewhat educational show featuring chocolate robots. (Season 9 episode Girly edition)
    • The Fortress of The Moles
        • When Homer attempts suicide by jumping off of the Springfield State Building, he grabs onto Otto, who happens to be bungie jumping beside him, and they descend through an open manhole in the underworld beneath Springfield, venturing all the way to The Fortress of the Moles, where Hans Moleman is operating the Earthquake Machine. (Season 11 episode Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder)
    • Founders' Square
        • Town square in Haven, mentioned in Season 4 episode 8 Crush.
    • The Garbage Building
        • Joke Charlie makes about the Department of Sanitation. Charlie: "I guess I just have to go down there and file a complaint in person at the Where does one go? The garbage building? The Hall of Trash?" (Season 5 episode Charlie Gets Trashed)
    • George P. Hanley Building
        • George's building, from George's second vision where he wishes to be rich. (Episode I Dream of Genie)
    • Gob Shack
        • Abed's Dungeons and Dragons map includes a building called Gob Shack (Season 5 episode Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons)
    • Golden Gargoyle Gate Bridge
        • The sliders catch a cab to the Sorcerer's castle, located on the other side of the Golden Gargoyle Gate Bridge. (Season 2 episode Into the Mystic)
    • The Good Place Postal Services Correspondence Center
        • Specific building where the gang arrives when they finally get to the Good Place. (Season 3 episode The Book of Dougs)
    • Gorham Building
        • Building mentioned on sign on the window of Teejay's Zaymart in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport. "Dressing rooms across street in Gorham building" (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Government Sanctuary
        • Building in San Francisco National Penitentiary on the earthquake prison world. (Season 2 episode El Sid)
    • Great Oceanic Plug
        • Dr. Dometone is the guardian of the plug in the fissure that opened in the sea floor that prevents the oceans of Third Earth from emptying into the planet's core and putting out its fires. (Season 1 episode Dr. Dometone)
    • The Great Tree
        • On a mission to the planet Vetine, Luke Skywalker and Shara Bey recover two fragments of the Great Tree that once sat at the heart of the Jedi Temple on Coruscant from a secret Imperial facility.
    • The Green Wall
        • The wall tha t surrounds the city-state of One State.
    • Gunpoint Square
        • Accompanied by the Hadjis, he went to the Registration Office on Gunpoint Square. There a bored clerk heard the entire story, produced Draken's business papers, and pasted Barrent's name over Draken's. Barrent noticed that several other names had been pasted over. There seemed to be a fast turnover of businesses in Tetrahyde.
    • The Hall of Everything
        • Building in The Great Before that souls can visit to find their spark.
    • The Hall Of Trash
        • Joke Charlie makes about the Department of Sanitation. Charlie: "I guess I just have to go down there and file a complaint in person at the Where does one go? The garbage building? The Hall of Trash?" (Season 5 episode Charlie Gets Trashed)
    • The Hall of You
        • Building in The Great Before that souls can visit to find their spark, featuring a selection of moments from your own inspiring life.
    • Hammond City Hall
        • Building in Marty Huggins' hometown of Hammond, North Carolina.
    • Hapsburg Imperial Palace
        • Home of the The World Series of Bumper Cars, TV program that Bart and Homer watch when the women travel to Baby Seal Beach to help clean up the oil spill. (Season 8 episode Bart After Dark)
    • Hatton Annex
        • Greendale building seen in Season 6 episode 2 Lawnmower Maintenance and Postnatal Care.
    • Hawthorne Tower
        • Building in the video game Journey to the Center of Hawkthorne from the episode called "Digital Estate Planning"
    • Historic House Museum
        • Leslie challenges Garth to a little wager, to go live in a historical house with no modern technology. If he lasts longer, she promises to withdraw her bill. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • The Hive
        • Top secret underground laboratory owned by the Umbrella Corporation and located deep beneath the streets of Raccoon City.
        • Originally the Umbrella Corporation's underground facility beneath Raccoon City, now a recreation built in a new Umbrella Corporation facility beneath the desert, where clones of Alice are tested.
        • My name is Alice. I worked for the Umbrella Corporation in a secret laboratory developing experimental viral weaponry. There was an incident. A virus escaped. Everybody died. Trouble was… they didn't stay dead.
        • Mentioned during Alice's recap: My name is Alice. I worked for the Umbrella Corporation, the largest and most powerful commercial entity in the world. I was head of security at a secret high-tech facility called the Hive, a giant underground laboratory developing experimental, viral weaponry. There was an incident. A virus escaped. A lot of people died. The trouble was, they didn't stay dead.
        • 10 years ago in Raccoon City, there was an outbreak. The T-virus escaped from an underground laboratory called The Hive. The American government attempted tocontain the outbreak by detonating a bomb. It devastated Raccoon City. But it couldn't stop the airborne infection. The viral outbreak spread across the world within days. Humankind was brought to its knees.
    • Home
        • Cottage in the country that Alex and his droogs attack during their surprise visit. "The Luna was well up now, and we could viddy this cottage fine and clear as I eased up and put the brake on, the other three giggling like bezoomny, and we could viddy the name on the gate of this cottage veshch was HOME, a gloomy sort of a name."
        • Compound where Dr. Kevin Christie raised the children he kidnapped and molds them into agents.
    • House Of 1000 Corpses
        • From the Rob Zombie song "House of 1000 Corpses" on the album The Sinister Urge.
    • House Of Pain
        • Song: House of Pain / Album: Wake Me When it's Over. "I'm not trying to fake it, and I ain't the one to blame. There's no one home in my house of pain."
    • House of Pain
        • Lab on the Island of Lost Souls where Dr. Hibbert conducts his human animal hybrid experiments, à la The Island of Dr. Moreau. (Season 14 episode Treehouse of Horror XIII - segment The Island of Dr. Hibbert)
    • The House Of Usher
        • House of horrors that Mr. William Stendahl builds on Mars as a tribute to not just Edgar Allen Poe but to all of the literature that was destroyed back on Earth (Chapter: Usher II)
    • The Hydra
        • Dharma Initiative station 1, a zoological research station. (Season 3 episode A Tale of Two Cities)
    • Ilium Government Center
        • Billy drove through a scene of even greater desolation. It looked like Dresden after it was fire-bombed-like the surface of the moon. The house where Billy had grown up used to be somewhere in what was so empty now. This was urban renewal. A new Ilium Government Center and a Pavilion of the Arts and a Peace Lagoon and high-rise apartment buildings were going up here soon. That was all right with Billy Pilgrim.
    • Infinite Labyrinth Of Eternal Ice
        • Location referenced by the refrigeration school as punishment in the episode called "Introduction to Finality"
    • Intrepid Plaza
        • On the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut, there's a plaza named after her spaceship, the Intrepid, the craft used for mankind's first mission to Mars. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
    • J.C.C.
        • Also known as James Cameron Compound, featuring a living room known as "The Temple”, a hall of mimnatures, a trampoline porch, a shaman's quarters, at least 14 bathrooms, a corn maze, an heirloom seed vault, a room with just a bunch of phone chargers, a bedroom for Billy Zane's bedroom, and a laboratory known as "The Abyss”, from which Josh, Tiger and Wolf steal Cameronium. (Season 1 episode Pandora's Mailbox)
    • Jaguar Shrine
        • The fabled Jaguar Shrine is the resting place of the Sacred Jewel of Jumanji. Legend tells that the Jaguar watches over Jumanji, and anyone who dares to blind him will be consumed by a dark power.
    • The Jared Potter Building
        • At 12 I left the First Building, recrossed the Common and went into the Jared Potter Building for lunch. It was a breaded veal cutlet, spinach, mashed potatoes, and prune whip. At the table we discussed whether there was any saltpeter in the mashed potatoes. I defended the negative.
    • Jason Gearneigh Hall
        • Building at Harrison State College where Andy and his wife get dosed with Lot 6.
    • The Jewel Building
        • Building with a vast mural, a climbing mosaic composed of tiny bits of fireglass brilliantly arranged to commemorate the Burning of Washington.
    • The Jimmy James Space Tower Plaza
        • Mr. James' new project to build two towers in New York City shaped like gigantic J's, that will be the tallest towers in the world. Mr. James eventually moves the project to London. (Season 5 episode Towers)
    • The Jocacean Memorial
        • War memorial on an alien planet that send the crew back in time to the middle of the war. (Season 3 episode …Different Destinations)
    • The John F. Ostrander Federal Building
        • Named after Suicide Squad creator John Ostrander.
    • Juvenile Courthouse
        • Bart and Milhouse go to court after stealing Chief Wiggum's police cruiser and crashing at the park. (Season 13 episode The Parent Rap)
    • Katric Ark
        • Underground facility on Vulcan where important Vulcan knowledge is stored.
    • The Kevatch Building
        • Apartment building in Los Angeles where Veek works, designed by Nikola Tesla, actually part of a big machine that keeps the alpha predators at bay.
    • Key Bridge
        • Where Simon tells Helen to meet him. Simon: Meet me on K Street under the Key Bridge 8 o'clock sharp.
    • Killscraper
        • Location in the Biotic Wars video game. (Season 1 episode Prelude to an Apocalypse)
    • King Towers
        • Dan goes up against billionaire Jordan King by buying up swampland that King intends to use for his next development initiative The New Jersey Project. When Dan demands too much money, King decides to go with The Delaware Project instead, leaving Dan with worthless swamp land. (Season 7 episode If I Were a Rich Man)
    • Kirby Plaza
        • Located in New York City. Tribute to comic book artist Jack Kirby.
    • Kirby Plaza Building
        • Located in New York City. Tribute to comic book artist Jack Kirby.
    • Kuntz Computer Science Center
        • Josh, Tiger and Wolf attempt to track down a hacker under the threat of an actual Y2K disaster at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. (Season 3 episode Haven is for Real)
    • The Lake House New record added 10/15/2021
        • The gang joins Captain Holt at his cabin in the woods, dubbed The Lake House for once being owned by Kirsopp Lake, scholar of textual criticism who wrote Dated Greek Manuscripts of the year 1200. (Season 8 episode The Lake House)
    • The Lamp Post
        • Dharma Initiative station in Los Angeles, used to locate the Island. (Season 5 episode 316)
    • Larson's Feed Tower
        • Norville asks Amy, "Did you ever go to the top of old man Larson's feed tower and look out over the town? You know, on Farm Route 17…" when he thinks she's from Muncie.
    • Latham Courthouse
        • Location of Jerry and the gang's trial in Latham, Massachusetts. (Season 9 episode The Finale)
    • Lexcorp Tower
        • Lex Luthor shocks the world when he stands outside the steps of Lexcorp Tower and announces his candidacy for the office of the President of the United States. (Adventures of Superman #581).
    • Lincoln Sadmorial
        • Birdperson: Rick, have you teamed up with a memory of yourself? I ask, because that would be deeply sad.
          Rick Sanchez: You don’t get to tell anyone what’s sad, man. You’re like a on-man Mount Sadmore. So I guess like a Lincoln Sadmorial.
          (Season 5 episode Rickternal Friendship of the Spotless Mort)
    • Loggers Towers
        • Headquarters of Loggers Casualty, the insurance company that offers Bob a job as their first company psychologist. (Season 3 episode The Grey Flannel Shrink)
    • The Looking Glass
        • Dharma Initiative communications station used to generate a beacon to guide the submarine to the Island, and block all other signals. (Season 3 episode Greatest Hits)
    • Lothal City Capitol Building
        • The Old Republic Senate Building, a building in Lothal City on Lothal featuring a towering spire, where the Rebels meet Senator Trayvis. (Season 1 episode Visions of Hope)
    • The Manse
        • House where Alex's droogs set him up to be arrested. Alex: "So we came nice and quiet to this domy called the Manse, and there were globe lights outside on iron stalks, like guarding the front door on each side, and there was a light like dim on in one of the rooms on the ground level, and we went to a nice patch of street dark to watch through the window what was ittying on."
    • McCabe Hall
        • Building on the Oak View State Psychiatric Hospital campus where Lola Diaz painted a mural.
    • McClanahan Hall
        • Headquarters of the ROTC, where the anti-war activists plan to plant the bomb (Episode Time to Time)
    • The Merrick Scott Tower
        • New Building that Dan Merrick and Jeb Scott designed as part of their architectural firm's marina project.
    • Midland Circle
        • New building, recent project of Duncan + Dotter Design architectural firm. (Episode Worst Behavior)
    • Millennium Clock
        • Giant clock tower in Tulsa, Oklahoma created by Trieu Industries. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)
    • Millennium Gate
        • Earth's first self-sustaining civic environment, built in Portage Creek, Indiana. (Season 5 episode 11:59)
    • Mohawk Valley Center
        • Business park where Dunder Mifflin's Utica office is located (Season 4 episode Branch Wars)
    • The Moon Tower
        • Local tower in town from the 1800s. The perfect height and metallic composition for the amplification and beaming of toxic energies (Season 3 episode 6 Rest and Ricklaxation)
    • Municipal Fortress of Vengeance
        • When Lisa Simpson and her Mensa friend, also known as The Council of Alphas, run the town of Springfield after Mayor Quimby abdicates his position, Comic Book Guy renames the courthouse to increase interest in jury duty. (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
    • Municipal Processing Center
        • The sliders visit a world that has conquered overpopulation using a Lottery system, simply called The Lottery, administered by a government agency called The Lottery Commission. Citizens play by taking money from an automated teller - the more money you take, the greater chance to win. Winners basically get whatever they want for a day, party at The Lottery Winners Ball that night, and then the next morning they are given a painless death, and their beneficiaries are handsomely rewarded. Anyone that wins but then tries to back out of the arrangement is taken to the Municipal Processing Center for a painful death. (Season 1 Luck of the Draw)
    • Napoleon Mill
        • The windmill created at Animal Farm that Snowball designed but Napoleon takes credit for.
    • Nashua Business Park
        • Office building where the Dunder Mifflin Nashua branch is located. (Season 5 episode Lecture Circuit)
    • Nathan Stark Memorial Hallway
        • A hallway in the Global Dynamics facility is named in honor of Nathan following his sacrifice in the previous episode. (Season 3 episode Show Me the Mummy)
    • Network Games Building
        • He could see the skyscrapers rising into the clouds now, high and clean. The highest of all was the Network Games Building, one hundred stories, the top half buried in cloud and smog cover.
    • North Hall
        • Building on the Greendale Community College campus, from various episodes.
    • NutriTower Life Base
        • Peralta and Boyle infiltrate NutriBoom headquarters to get their financial records by attending the President's Club meeting of Admiral Level NutriMasters at the NutriTower Life Base. (Season 5 episode NutriBoom)
    • The Orchid
        • Dharma Initiative station 6, a botanical station on top, but far beneath the surface is actually dedicated to experiments in time and space, or as Ben puts it, "time traveling bunnies". (Season 4 episode There's No Place Like Home)
    • Osaka Tower
        • New skyscraper, the tallest building in Philadelphia.
    • The Outside Of The Asylum
        • John Watson's house. "His house was called The Outside of the Asylum. His name was simply John Watson, though he preferred to be called - and some of his friends had now reluctantly agreed to this - Wonko the Sane."
    • The Palace Of Justice
        • Winston came across to examine the picture. It was a steel engraving of an oval building with rectangular windows, and a small tower in front. There was a railing running round the building, and at the rear end there was what appeared to be a statue. Winston gazed at it for some moments. It seemed vaguely familiar, though he did not remember the statue."The frame's fixed to the wall," said the old man, ‘but I could unscrew it for you, I dare say." "I know that building," said Winston finally. "It's a ruin now. It's in the middle of the street outside the Palace of Justice."
    • Palace Of The World Council
        • These words were cut long ago. There is green mould in the grooves of the letters and yellow streaks on the marble, which come from more years than men could count. And these words are the truth, for they are written on the Palace of the World Council, and the World Council is the body of all truth. Thus has it been ever since the Great Rebirth, and farther back than that no memory can reach.
    • The Palomar Building
        • The company Jeff works for - C&L Crowne - is in the Palomar Building.
    • Papen County Fountain
        • Where Dicker's department store window dresser was murdered (2-11 Window Dressed to Kill)
    • Papen Harbor Lighthouse
        • Lighthouse where woman was killed (Season 2 episode 9: "The Legend of Merle McQuoddy")
    • Parker-Morris Building
        • The building the guys are at the top of when the novel starts that Tyler's going to blow up. His real target is the National Museum.
    • Pawnee Recreation Center
        • Tom wants to redesign the Pawnee Recreation Center to look like an Apple Store. (Season 4 episode Smallest Park)
    • The Pearl
        • Dharma Initiative station 5, a remote surveillance station. (Season 2 episode ?)
        • Tallest skyscraper in the world, inspired by the ancient fable The Pearl and the Dragon. "A marvel of modern engineering"
    • The Pentagon
        • Rick: "Time to go, Morty." Morty: "Uh, where?" Rick: "The Pentagon. I mean, not the Pentagon. The lame one here on earth." (Season 2 episode Get schwifty)
    • The Penthouse Penthouse
        • Topher: "It's like the Playboy Mansion but much more doper." (Season 1 episode To Friend a Predator)
    • The Playdude Treehouse
        • After Bart and Milhouse find Homer's stash of Playdude magazine that Homer threw out because Marge cut out all the nude women, Bart renames his treehouse and throws a party. Also referred to the Playdude Mansion Springfield. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Pope's Hole
        • During the rioting of The Little War, Brigadier General Matthew Pope authorized the use of one vest-pocket tactical atomic bomb. It was the last act of his life, and no other nuclear weapon was used in the Little War. Ground zero for the bomb was the site of the Smithsonian Institution—and the resultant crater was thereafter known as Pope's Hole.
    • The Prendergast Building
        • Before Sheldon's father commits suicide by jumping off the top of Sampson Steel Building, he looks out over the city and mentions the Prendergast building. (Season 1 episode By Dawn's Early Light)
    • Quantum Tunnel
        • Local futuristic tunnel in Springfield from Professor Frink's vision of the future. When Homer and Bart come out the other side, Bender from Futurama is with them. (Season 16 episode Future-Drama)
    • Rasmussen House
        • Historical building in Haven from Season 2 episode 3 Sparks and Recreation.
    • Razorback Point Whaling Station
        • A Norwegian whaling settlement on the island of Bouvetøyantarctica, which had unknowingly been built above a Yautja pyramid located deep under the ice.
    • Robert Mifflin Memorial Conference Room
        • Conference room at the Dunder Mifflin corporate office where Michael gives testimony for Jan's wrongful termination lawsuit. (Season 4 The Deposition)
    • Robinson Castle New record added 10/8/2021
        • Joke Jerry makes about finding his real parents, who could be royalty. (Season 5 episode Here’s to You, Mrs. Robinson)
    • Robin's Nest
        • Beachfront estate in Hawaii where Magnum lives, at the invitation of its owner, Robin Masters.
    • Room 23
        • Dharma Initiative station, dedicated to subliminal messaging experiments. (Season 3 episode Not in Portland)
    • The Room Of Informational Illusions
        • "The Room of Informational Illusions was a welcome relief after the visual monstrosities of the central computational area. There was nothing in it. No information, no illusions, just themselves, white walls and a few small instruments which looked as if they were meant to plug into something which Slartibartfast couldn't find."
    • Sampson Steel Building
        • Before Sheldon's father commits suicide by jumping off the top of Sampson Steel Building, he looks out over the city and mentions the Prendergast building. (Season 1 episode By Dawn's Early Light)
    • Scarn Manor
        • Secret Agent Michael Scarn's mansion, from Michael's movie Threat Level Midnight (Season 7 episode Threat Level Midnight)
    • The Schrute Building
        • Dwight buys the Scranton Business Park office building and renames it The Schrute Building (Season 7)
    • The Schwarz Dam
        • Hyrdroelectric dam In Germany that was recently acquired by Masrani's Alternative Energies division. Supplies energy with an incredible 2,000MW capacity.
    • Scranton Business Park
        • The Dunder Mifflin office in Scranton is located in the Scranton Business Park building.
    • Seger Tower
        • Location of Jeff's old legal firm party in episode Accounting for Lawyers.
    • Seymour Skinner Parking Annex
        • Bart talks Lisa into playing a prank on Principal Skinner on Seymour Skinner Day, a holiday in his honor when the Seymour Skinner Parking Annex is dedicated. (Season 14 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
    • Shady Glen
        • Niles' ex-wife's lakefront cottage that Donny gets him in the divorce (Season 6 episode Decoys)
    • Shirley Chisholm Complex
        • New government assistance apartment building aimed at helping hardworking single mothers in need raise happy, ambitious children, featuring new child-friendly services, such as on-site daycare, rent control and financial planning. Part of Mariah Dillard's Family First Initiative. (Season 2 episode Wig Out)
    • Six Toe County Courthouse
        • The Simpsons are arrested for killing a famous local alligator in Florida. (Season 11 episode Kill the Alligator and Run)
    • Smallville Youth Center
        • Pete takes Clark to the Smallville Youth Center, where he volunteers, taking calls for the Smallville Teen Crisis Hotline. (Season 3 episode Crisis)
    • The Smith & Wesson Performing Arts Center And ATV Repair Shop
        • Building on the fictional Jacksonville Community College in Florida where Jason's dance crew Dance Dance Resolution practices (Season 3 episode Everything Is Bonzer!)
    • Sonmantos Student Center
        • Building on the Lions Gate University campus in episode A Minute Changes Everything.
    • Southern Hill
        • Hill Rocky and Leo roar up on the wrong side of the road when Spike Milligan's milk truck comes up behind them. (story Big Wheels: A Tale of the Laundry Game - Milkman #2)
    • Spellympic Village
        • Home of the Spellympics, where Lisa competes in a spelling competition. "A Place for Dorks" (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • The Spencer Building
        • Building in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. Home of the Oakwood Post Office. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Springfield Community Center
        • Local community center in Sprinfield, from various episodes.
        • Tonight: Brad Goodman. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child)
        • Today: Senior Citizens Swing Dance. Tomorrow: Cat Spay-A-Thon. (Season 5 episode Lady Bouvier's Lover)
        • Tonight: Mayoral Debates. Tomorrow: Mass Wedding of Cult Members. (Season 6 episode Sideshow Bob Roberts)
        • Location of the Candy Convention and the Candy-shaped Rat Poison Convention. (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
        • Location of the Regional ACE Awards, with host Dick Cavett. (Season 6 episode Homie the Clown)
        • Abe Simpson goes to driving school to get his driver's license back. (Season 13 episode The Old Man and the Key)
        • When Krusty runs for Congress, he reaches out to the Latino community. (Season 14 episode Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington)
    • Springfield County Court House
        • Court house in downtown Springfield.
        • Convinced the rapture is coming, Homer walks around downtown Springfield wearing a "The End is Near" sign. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
        • Location of Bart Simpsons's murder trial. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Springfield Dump
        • Local dump in Springfield, from various episodes.
        • While finally getting rid of the family Christmas tree at the Springfield dump, Homer finds a box with what looks like a picture of his face on it. After taking the box to a restaurant called The Happy Sumo, he learns that it is a Japanese dish detergent product called Mr. Sparkle, from the sacred forest of Hokkaido - a region renowned for its countless soap factories - that banishes dirt to the land of wind and ghosts. (Season 8 episode In Marge We Trust)
        • Site of showdown between Bart and Groundskeeper Willy. (Season 9 episode Girly edition)
        • Homer runs for Sanitation Commissioner. (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
        • Homer dumps his carnival candy sugar ball. "Not affiliated with the Springfield Marriott" (Season 15 The Fat and the Furriest)
    • Springfield Hall Of Records
        • Government building in Springfield where Lisa researches the results of the mayoral election that Sideshow Bob won. "Not the good kind of records, historical ones" (Season 6 episode Sideshow Bob Roberts) Homer visits to straighten out his faked death. (Season 7 episode Mother Simpson) Lisa mentions that the Hall of Records was mysteriously blown away in 1978. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)
    • Springfield Municipal Building
        • Building in Springfield, where the Springfield Birdwatching Society meets. (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
    • Springfield State Building
        • Simpson version of the Empire State Building where Homer goes to commit suicide. (Season 11 episode Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder)
    • Springfield Town Hall
        • Building in Springfield, from various episodes.
        • Building where the residents of Springfield debate legalized gambling. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
        • Location of town meeting, called to discuss how to spend Mr. Burns' money. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
        • Legal investigation of Sideshow Bob and the results of the mayoral election. (Season 6 episode Sideshow Bob Roberts)
        • The townspeople debate what to do about the comet. (Season 6 episode Bart's Comet)
        • The town debates how to make Springfield a more popular tourist attraction. (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
        • When Lisa Simpson and her Mensa friend, a.k.a. The Council of Alphas, run the town of Springfield after Mayor Quimby abdicates his position, they set up their headquarters in the Town Hall. (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
        • The residents of Springfield discuss the Springfield Riot. (Season 13 Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge)
        • When Krusty runs for Congress, he debates his opponent at Springfield Town Hall. (Season 14 episode Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington)
        • Using a magic stopwatch, Bart and Milhouse change the message on the sign out front from: "Tonight's Topic: Recent Strange Events" to "Never Eat Greens", "TV Teens Get Acne" and "Gent's Rear: Ten Cents" (Season 15 episode Treehouse of Horror XIV - segment Stop the World I Want to Goof Off)
        • The residents of Springfield discuss the disastrous Roofi concert. (Season 15 episode Marge Versus Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays)
        • Tonight: The Dalai Lama "Free Tibet" And free T-shirts to first hundred fans (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
        • A media circus surrounds Springfield Town Hall when Mayor Joe Quimby's sex scandal breaks and 27 different women file paternity suits against him. (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
        • The townspeople meet to brainstorm ideas to bring tourist back to Springfield after the Soft News Network's wide-eyed wanderer Howell Huser gives Springfield the lowest rating he's ever given a city - a six out of ten stars. (Season 16 episode There's Something About Marrying)
        • The mayor awards Homer the keycard to the city for saving citizens from a giant burning automobile pile-up while wearing the Safety Salamander costume. (Season 17 episode See Homer Run)
    • The Staff
        • Dharma Initiative station, a medical research center. (Season 2 episode Maternity Leave)
    • The Statue Of Bob The Great
        • When Larson Petty wonders why he's not very well liked on Melmac, his buddy mentions that he did steal the statue of Bob the Great on Melmac (Season 1 episode Phantom Pilot)
    • Statue Of Extra Liberty
        • Winged statue in New York harbor, near the Statue of Liberty.
    • The Swan
        • Also known as The Hatch. Dharma Initiative station 3, an electromagnetic research/containment station. (Season 2 episode Man of Science, Man of Faith)
    • Tabitha
        • The name Derek gives to his home, from special episode of MTV Cribs (DVD Bonus Features)
    • Taubeneck Building
        • Frasier's cousin Nikos' fiancee's family is rich and famous (Season 5 episode Beware of Greeks)
    • The Tempest
        • Dharma Initiative station, an electrical station that powers the island - and contains deadly toxic gas. (Season 4 episode The Other Woman)
    • Temple of Gooliga
        • Palace that Tiger mentions when trying to convince Wolf that they will find Kronish the lower down they go down in the Kronish Laboratories building, because that's always where the bad guys are. Example 1: Valdor's Palace - Valdor was in the underground catacombs. Example 2: Temple of Gooliga - Gooliga was in the Gooligorium, by the earth's core. (Season 1 episode A Riphole in Time)
    • The Temple Of The World Council
        • So we awaited our turn in the great hall and then we heard the Council of Vocations call our name: "Equality 7-2521." We walked to the dais, and our legs did not tremble, and we looked up at the Council. There were five members of the Council, three of the male gender and two of the female. Their hair was white and their faces were cracked as the clay of a dry river bed. They were old. They seemed older than the marble of the Temple of the World Council. They sat before us and they did not move. And we saw no breath to stir the folds of their white togas. But we knew that they were alive, for a finger of the hand of the oldest rose, pointed to us, and fell down again. This was the only thing which moved, for the lips of the oldest did not move as they said: "Street Sweeper."
    • The Hex
        • Darcy's name for the situation in Westview, also known as the Westview Anomaly, the Maximoff Anomaly. (Season.1 episode On A Very Special Episode...)
    • The Slaughterhouse
        • Lieutenant Melanie Hawkins' teams covert facility, a black site. (Season 4 episode The Slaughterhouse)
    • the Temple Of Set
        • Subotai and Valeria agree to help Conan complete Osric's quest and infiltrate the Temple of Set.
    • The Three Strung Corpses of Alamore
        • Monument that Tiger and Wolf think they see in their new future. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • Tomb Of Horrors
        • Underground tomb on the planet Ludus in the OASIS, based on the Dungeons & Dragons module, home of the the Copper Key.
    • Tower of Commerce
        • The tallest building in the Ferengi Alliance.
        • Brunt: If this were Ferenginar, I'd have you all taken to the spire of the Tower of Commerce, displayed to the crowds in the Great Marketplace below, and then shoved off one by one. Small children would bet on where you would land, and your splattered remains would be sold as feed mulch for gree worms. (Season 4 Bar Association)
        • Quark and Rom discuss the Sacred Marketplace and the Tower of Commerce, (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
        • Grand Nagus Zek calls Quark to the Tower of Commerce to appoint him as his First Clerk. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
        • Ishka: I predict that one day a female will enter the Tower of Commerce, climb the 40 flights of stairs to the Chamber of Opportunity, and take her rightful place as Grand Nagus of the Ferengi Alliance. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Town Square
        • Westview holds the Town Square Scare Halloween event on Halloween night. (Season 1 episode All-new Halloween Spooktacular!)
    • The Tree House Of The Mind
        • Mysterious tree house that Ig and Merrin find - have sex in - and then can never find again.
    • The Treskallion
        • S.H.I.E.L.D's main quarters in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Seen being constructed in Ant-Man's 1989 scenes.
    • Tribute Training Center
        • Building in The Capital, where Hungover Games participants train to kill each other.
    • Triffid Building
        • Name of the building Batman gets from Lex - the address for the delivery of a fortified ethylene compound engineered to allow exotic plants to withstand changes in locale and temperature, which leads him to Poison Ivy.
    • Trinity Hill
        • Hill on Black Henry Road outside Castle Rock where McCutcheon's Cresswell truck overheated and exploded. (story Uncle Otto's Truck)
    • The Trinity Hill Memorial Tourist Truck
        • Name the narrator's father gave to McCutcheon's Cresswell truck after if broke down and was left on Trinity Hill. (story Uncle Otto's Truck)
    • Turnbill Mansion
        • Leslie: "Turnbill Mansion is one of the most beloved historical sites in Pawnee. In 1867, the progressive Reverend Turnbill officiated a wedding between a white woman and a Wamapoke Indian chief. The secret ceremony was beautiful and romantic. But then word got out, and the reception was a bloodbath. Fortunately, there were two survivors. Unfortunately, they were both horses." (Season 2 episode 94 Meetings)
    • Valdor's Palace
        • Palace that Tiger mentions when trying to convince Wolf that they will find Kronish the lower down they go down in the Kronish Laboratories building, because that's always where the bad guys are. Example 1: Valdor's Palace - Valdor was in the underground catacombs. Example 2: Temple of Gooliga - Gooliga was in the Gooligorium, by the earth's core. (Season 1 episode A Riphole in Time)
    • The Venutian Tree Of Life
        • The original league manifesto was written on parchment made from the bark of the Venutian Tree of Life.(Episode The Big Leagues)
    • Victory Square
        • "Where was St Martin's?" said Winston. "St Martin's? That's still standing. It's in Victory Square, alongside the picture gallery. A building with a kind of a triangular porch and pillars in front, and a big flight of steps."
    • Vought Square
        • Location of Vought Tower. Stormfront mentions - encouraging people to protest. (Season 2 episode Nothing Like it in the World)
    • Vulcan Command Center
        • "Alert Vulcan command center to signal a planet wide evacuation all channels, all frequencies."
    • Waldorf Recreational Center
        • Site of the official A.D.A.A. Dodgeball Tournament Regional Qualifying Match And Grammar Jamboree, where Average Joe's win by default when a member of Troop 417 fails the drug test.
    • Wall Of The Lost
        • A board with photos outside of the Commonwealth used by residents to hang out pictures of their missed and lost ones, hoping to find them again.
    • Walter W. Eckert Building
        • After being found by Captain Lubbock, Sylar is taken here in Baltimore, MD.
    • Warren Harding Memorial Through-hole
        • Homer drives the residents of Springfield to Springfield Mesa, 15 miles north, past the the Warren Harding Memorial Through-hole, to be saved during the rapture. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • Wayne Hall
        • Gotham City residents stage a protest outside of Wayne Hall on the night of a charity benefit.
    • Webb Court
        • On the earthquake prison world, the sliders arrive in an outdoor plaza called Webb Court. (Season 2 episode El Sid)
    • The Wentworth Mansion
        • Mansion Sledge Hammer's supposed long lost brother attempts to rob (Season 1 episode Brother, Can You Spare a Crime?)
    • Wigsphere
        • What used to be the Sunsphere at the Knoxville World's Fair back in 1982. Now filled with 16,000 boxes of unsold wigs. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • The Willie Dance Community Center
        • Where Sallinger teaches wresting class for kids. (Season 3 episode AKA The Double Half Wappinger)
    • The Winifred Beecher Howe Memorial
        • While in Washington D.C. for the Patriots Of Tomorrow Essay Contest, Lisa visits the Winifred Beecher Howe Memorial, a statue dedicated to an early crusader for women's rights that led the Floor Mop Rebellion of 1910, and had her face on a 75 cent piece coin. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
    • Winslow Towers
        • When Urkel invents a time machine, he and Carl travel back in time to the day before, so that Carl can leave himself a note to invest in certain stocks so that he won't have to worry about money. When they return to the future, they discover that Carl is now the richest man in the world and he and Henrietta live in his own building, the Winslow Towers. (Season 8 episode Father Time)
    • The Wishing Portal
        • Magical portal that grants wishes four Mortys from Morty School seek out - and find - only to learn it's actually a trash portal. (Season 3 episode The Ricklantis Mixup)
    • World's Largest Toilet
        • Highway roadside attraction the Simpsons pass on their way home from Bloodbath (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)Gulch.
    • Xanadu
        • Charles Foster Kane's mansion, part of a vast palatial estate in Florida.
    • Yakatomi Building
        • Building where Elektra meets with the Roxxon corporation to discuss her father's investments. Matt listens in from the rooftop. (Season 2 episode Kinbaku)
    • You-genheim
        • Joke Miles makes about theoretical building Kate could design, like the Guggenheim. (Season 1 episodes Va Bene, Piña Colada)
    • Yuri Gagarin Hall
        • Building at Starfleet Academy (from invitation to Jean-Luc Picard's graduation ceremony in 2327 in the Picard Family Album)
    • The Zucchini Building
        • When Larson Petty wonders why he's not very well liked on Melmac, his buddy mentions that he did blow up the Zucchini Building (Season 1 episode Phantom Pilot)

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