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  • Chips and Crackers
    • Apple Snacks
        • Snack food product sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an 'A')
    • Bar-B-Q Chips
        • One of several fatty deep-fried, heavily-salted snacks Marge warns Homer about that he munches on while watching football. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek) Snack product Chief Wiggum eats. "Heavily Salted" (Season 4 Lisa the Beauty Queen)
    • Chains
        • Generic snack food product being carried by a bird person seen flying outside BoJack's bedroom window during the party he throws after finding out he was nominated for an Oscar for his performance in Secretariat (one of four products seen as part of a reference to the movie Weird Science, when Lisa describes the party at Wyatt's house to Gary's parents... "chips, dips, chains, whips." (Season 1 episode 10 It's You)
    • Chee-tos Crunchy
        • Snack product that Bart eats while watching Comic Book Guy's secret stash of bootleg videos. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Cheese Balls
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Cheese Puffs
        • Snack food Ross eats out of the bag hanging out with Phoebe after attending his new neighbor's party. (Season 5 episode The One With the Girl Who Hits Joey)
    • Cheesy Ballz
        • Snack food Morty tosses into the air and tries to catch in his mouth, using his save point device between attempts. (Season 4 episode The Vat of Acid Episode)
    • Cheesy Poofs
        • Cartman's favorite snack, eventually made into an actual product by Frito-Lay. I love Cheesy Poofs you love Cheesy Poofs if we didn't eat Cheesy Poofs we'd be lame.
    • Cheez-Itz
        • Cracker product that Gaines mentions on the drive to Wabamun - an alternate spelling of a real product Cheez-It, often associated with the Mandela Effect, how many people believe that the name used to include a Z at the end.
    • Chex Mix: Oops! All Pretzels
        • Snack food product that, despite the pandemic, Bartenson's Grocery Store still has available in abundance. (SNL at Home 4/25/20 - Bartenson's Grocery Store)
    • Chip-hops
        • 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)
    • Chippos
        • Snack food product sold at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 4 episode Whacking Day) Snack food Homer eats watching Saturday morning TV. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors) Snack wrapper found near Milhouse. (Season 9 episode Das Bus) Bag in Homer's desk drawer at work. (Season 9 episode Lost Our Lisa) Snack product in Apu's basket as he acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in to Kwik-E-Mart with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever) Snack food that Buck McCoy lassos for Bart. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Chips
        • Ziggy's sitting in his easy chair watching TV, saying, 'A lot of folks ask me if I suffer from laziness. I always tell them 'NO' I enjoy laziness.' And there's a bag of Chips brand potato chips on the floor.
        • Carl's lunch includes a snack size bag of "Chips". (Season 12 episode HOMR) When Homer kills the crows' enemy - Marge's scarecrow, the crows do Homer's bidding, which is bring him a bag of chips and a copy of Playdude magazine. (Season 3 episode Weekend at Burnsie's)
        • Generic snack food product being carried by a bird person seen flying outside BoJack's bedroom window during the party he throws after finding out he was nominated for an Oscar for his performance in Secretariat (one of four products seen as part of a reference to the movie Weird Science, when Lisa describes the party at Wyatt's house to Gary's parents... "chips, dips, chains, whips." (Season 1 episode 10 It's You)
    • Cooter's Crunchy Fruit Tooters
        • Fruit product sold at Shopwell's, visible when Lavash and Sammy are arguing right after the grocery cart collision.
    • Corn Chips
        • Generic potato chip product that Bart puts in the cart at CostMo Foods grocery store. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • Corn Crispies
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Corn Nuggets
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Cracker Slims
        • Generic snack food product from various episodes (Season 1 episode Ricksy Business, Season 2 episode Look Who's Purging Now)
    • Crazy Coconut Snaps
        • Snack product sold at Shopwell's, visible when Lavash and Sammy are arguing right after the grocery cart collision, visible during the bath salts attack.
    • Crispy Potato Chips
        • While making out with his new girlfriend Cheryl in her very dirty apartment, Ross see a generic potato chip bag moving on it's own on the coffee table and attacks it with a racket. Cheryl thinks it's her hamster Mitzi, but it turns out to be a rat. FRIENDS
(Season 4 episode The One With the Dirty Girl)
    • Crunch-eez
        • Food product created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.. Stand in for Cheetos.
    • Dharma Initiative Crackers
        • Dharma branded food product. (episodes One of Them, Dave)
    • Dharma Initiative Fish Crackers
        • Dharma branded food product. (episode A Tale of Two Cities)
    • Dharma Initiative Potato Chips
        • Dharma branded food product. (episodes One of Them, Dave)
    • Dharma Initiative Soda Crackers
        • Dharma branded food product. (episode Enter 77)
    • Even Bigger Chips
        • Economy size package of potato chips sold at retail warehouse club Monstro Mart. (Season 5 episode Homer and Apu)
    • Extra Fancy Potato Chips
        • Potato chips that Mr. Burns eats in the bathtub. (Season 5 episode Burns' Heir) Snack product Barney smuggled in the Navy submarine's torpedo tube. (Season 9 episode Simpson Tide) Homer gets high ands eats chips while Lisa plays her saxophone. (Season 3 episode Weekend at Burnsie's)
    • Eyeholes
        • Snack food product. Rick: "You got to be careful Morty, If that guy catches you with a box of his Eyeholes, he'll come bursting in through a window and just starts kicking the shit out of you. But it's worth the risk. They melt in your mouth." Now available on Amazon.com from FYE in the form of white chocolate truffles with green strawberry filling. (Season 2 episode 8 Interdimensional Cable 2: Tempting Fate)
    • Freeze Dried Carrot Chips
        • BoJack's snack chips from episode Zoes and Zeldas - he eats them at home, also seen in convenience store later on when Todd finds the video game Decapathon VII.
    • Fruit Hammers
        • Snack food Kate mentions (Unaired version of the Pilot episode)
    • Fujikawa Rice Crackers
        • The Simpsons stumble on Woody Allen filming a commercial. "Only Fujikawa Rice Crackers make your interiors go bananas." (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Glagnars Human Rinds
        • Episode Raging Bender. As an introduction to the All My Circuits movie, there's a short reel called This week in the Universe, or something like that. Anyway, the short is sponsored by Glagnar's Human Rinds.
    • Gorgonzola's Cheese Puffs
        • Cheesy flavored snack food product sold at the Swamp Gas Grab-n-Go convenience store.

    • Heez-I
        • Snack food Phoebe eats out of the bag hanging out with Ross after attending his new neighbor's party. Actually a Cheez-It bag, with the C and the T masked. (Season 5 episode The One With the Girl Who Hits Joey)
    • Imitation Puffed Cheese Food
        • Generic version of Cheez Doodles that Sam buys for Frasier (Season 9 episode 3 Rebecca Redux)
    • Krishna Krisps
        • 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)
    • Krispy Chips
        • Bag of chips that Santa's Little Helper eats on the living room floor. (Season 2 episode Itchy & Scratchy & Marge)
    • Krunchy Korns
        • One of several fatty deep-fried, heavily-salted snacks Marge warns Homer about that he munches on while watching football. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek) Snack food Homer eats when he reminisces about the good times he's had in the backseat. (Season 3 episode The Otto Show) Snack food Homer's eating when Lisa calls home form military school. (Season 8 episode The Secret World of Lisa Simpson)
    • Kurinsky's Scooby Snacks
        • Snack food that Shaggy and Scooby enjoy, tribute to production designer Michael Kurinsky.
    • La Tostada
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Let's Potato Chips
        • Lana Del Rey holds a bag of Let's potato chips when she's on the bed in a 2018 commercial for Guilty.
        • Potato chip bags that the gang buys from the vending machine at the planetarium. Flavors include Bar-B-Que and Ranch. (Season 9 episode Mac Day) The gang eats Let's potato chips in the back office. (Season 12 episode Old Lady House: A Situation Comedy) The gang eats chips while watching their mothers on hidden cameras. (Season 12 episode Old Lady House: A Situation Comedy)
        • Shirley eats bar-b-cue flavored potato chips (The Psychology of Letting Go). Dean Pelton brings a bag of Let's Potato Chips and a six pack of Jekyll Island Root Beer with him to Troy and Abed's apartment. (Season 3 episode Origins of Vampire Mythology)
        • The Dean brings them 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.
        • Reviewed by Leonard online in Introduction to Finality.
        • Plot point in season 4 episode 7.
        • As the old lady in the commercial says, "Keep your damn hands off my Let's"
        • Jake eats Let's potato chips in the car. (Season 1 episode The Road Not Taken)
        • Brett is eating a bag of Let's potato chips on the kitchen floor. (Season 1 episode Leader of the Pack)
        • Ralph Dibny, The Elongated Man, eats a bag of Let's Bar-B-Q potato chips in Star Labs. (Season 4 episode Run, Iris, Run)
        • When Cool Asian Guy makes his debut, he's eating a bag of Let's Potato Chips.
        • Charlie steals some supplies for the family, including Let's potato chips. (Season 2 episode Company Man)
    • Meech Munchies
        • There used to be these really cool creatures called Meeches, but they were slaughtered to make Meech Munchies, and now they're extinct. Industry marches on. -from The Cast of Inhabitants in the Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee instruction booklet.
    • Mint Pringles
        • Unusual potato chip flavor that, despite the pandemic, Bartenson's Grocery Store still has available in abundance. (SNL at Home 4/25/20 - Bartenson's Grocery Store)
    • Munch Mix
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Oyster Chips
        • Snack food product sold at the Swamp Gas Grab-n-Go convenience store. "Fall into flavor"
    • Peat's Sour Cream & Onion Potato Chips
        • Food product created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • Pislitz Potato Chips
        • Snack product sold at Shopwell's, singing during the opening song, visible in the MILF's shopping cart.
    • Popplers
        • Also known as Tasticles. Snack food that turned out to be the Omicronian's young before they can walk, talk, and speak for themselves. (episode The Problem with Popplers)
    • Pork Rinds
        • One of several fatty deep-fried, heavily-salted snacks Marge warns Homer about that he munches on while watching football. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
    • Pork Rinds Lite
        • Snack food Homer eats in the car out in the parking lot while Bart and Milhouse attend the Spinal Tap concert at Springfield Coliseum. (Season 3 episode The Otto Show)
        • Trash from shot of crying Native American as the residents of Springfield move the entire town five miles down the road. (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
        • Homer eats on the couch. (Season 11 episode Beyond Blunderdome)
        • Ralph Wiggum arrives at the White House with a keg under one arm and a bag of heavily salted Potato Chips in his mouth. (Season 11 episode Bart to the Future)
        • Sideshow Bob eats a personal size bag while waiting for his revenge. (Season 12 episode Day of the Jackanapes)
        • Homer eats watching Seminoles play football. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
        • Generic potato chip bag on the judge's desk on the world where the youth are in charge. (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
    • Pretzel Rods
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Ripple Potato Chips
        • Potato chips from the Swan's supply room. (Season 2 episode Everybody Hates Hugo)
    • Ritzy Crackers
        • Simpsons version of Ritz crackers - Bart claims he was going to bring them to his study group but can't now because they got wet due to the leak in the Simpsons' roof. (Season 16 episode Don't Fear the Roofer)
    • Roasty Toasties
        • Snack mentioned in commercial for Tasty Toaster Tarts featuring Chance the Rapper as Jason, a teen who invites his friends over for snacks after killing his parents and hiding them in the fridge. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Salt Doodles
        • One of several fatty deep-fried, heavily-salted snacks Marge warns Homer about that he munches on while watching football. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek) Snack food Homer eats watching Saturday morning TV. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors) Snack food Homer steals from the faculty talent show at Springfield Elementary. (Season 10 episode Marge Simpson in Screaming Yellow Honkers)
    • Scarf-ables
        • 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)
    • Snorfles Chips
        • Snack food Homer eats in the car out in the parking lot while Bart and Milhouse attend the Spinal Tap concert at Springfield Coliseum. (Season 3 episode The Otto Show)
    • Splingles
        • Stand-in for Pringles chips from season 4 episode 7. According to Britta, they have 30% less fat - "they're the fit chip"
    • Wafers
        • Generic snack product in the Smith kitchen (Season 1 episode 8 Rixty Minutes, Season 2 episode A Rickle in Time, Season 3 episode The ABC's of Beth)

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