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  • Clothing and Accessories
    • 1% Golf
        • Clothing line advertised in the Fight Club press kit. Except for a brief window of flavor in the mid-70s, golf fashion couldn't get any whiter. But with our 1% Golf Wear you can change all that. And if you are fortunate enough to be a Caucasian with 100k of spare change, our fashions may have a chance of being seen on the greens of America's elite country clubs - otherwise we'll be happy on public courses where every race and religion is equal and not subject to judgmental exclusion.
    • ACME Squeaking Shoes
        • Box that gets knocked over when the police are taking Marvin Acme's body out of the ACME warehouse, causing Marvin's joy buzzer to drop on the floor.
    • Air Jesus Sneakers
        • Spider flips through channels and, after being amused by the ad, buys a pair of Air Jesus sneakers. (Issue 5 - What Spider Watches On TV)
    • Always A Bridesmaid...
        • Clothing line advertised in the Fight Club press kit. Gathered together from the finest second hand and vintage clothing stores across American is our Bridesmaid line of semi-formal wear. Worn for a day and then discarded, each hand-selected piece is sure to lighten up any room you walk into. And the chances that the women for whom the dress was made, the bride - now divorced and abandoned with child by an absentee father - will ever see you in it are slim at best. Sizes, Styles and Prices vary.
    • Andorian Silk
        • Quark tries to tempt Odo with the acquisition of physical wealth and treasures, mentioning a suit of the finest Andorian silk, a ring of pure Surax, a complete set of Tanesh pottery, and a latinum-plated bucket to sleep in. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Anywhere Slip
        • Slip advertised in the Fight Club press kit. $120. Anytime, anywhere. Borrowing from the young people's fascination with wearing their undergarments as outergarments, we offer this sassy Anytime Slip. As seen here, the viscose slip is at home in the bedroom as it is on the boulevard. And because it is a slip, etiquette would suggest that no additional, cumbersome undergarment is needed. Sizes 1-12.
    • Aristotle Goose-down Tunic
        • Clothing item in the J. Peterman catalog that Elaine purchased with her business account. (Season 8 episode The Chicken Roaster)
    • Assassins
        • Homer's new sneakers, which Santa's Little Helper destroys. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F) Booth at the Springfield Shoe Expo. (Season 14 episode Large Marge)
    • Authentic Guy Collectible Tie
        • Replica movie prop sold on FGC, a fictional home shopping channel selling Free Guy merchandise. As seen on Ryan Reynold's body in Hollywood movie. Made completely out of organic material. (The Free Guy "Limited Time Offer" video / Trailer announcement 12/06/2019).
    • Authentic Guy Name Tag
        • Replica movie prop sold on FGC, a fictional home shopping channel selling Free Guy merchandise. As seen on Ryan Reynold's body in Hollywood movie. (The Free Guy "Limited Time Offer" video / Trailer announcement 12/06/2019).
    • Authentic Guy's Blue Shirt Replica
        • Replica movie prop sold on FGC, a fictional home shopping channel selling Free Guy merchandise. As seen on Ryan Reynold's body in Hollywood movie. 100% semi-breathable cotton. (The Free Guy "Limited Time Offer" video / Trailer announcement 12/06/2019).
    • Ayatollah Assaholla
        • Homer's old T-shirt that Marge finds in the attic and sells at the Evergreen Terrace Rummage Sale. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors)
    • B. Fayette
        • Clothing brand at the Macy's department store where Laura Huggins works in the simulation Gordon creates using her cellular phone from the 2015 time capsule. (Season 2 episode Lasting Impressions)
    • Bad Idea Jeans
        • Blue jeans commercial featuring group of guys friends hanging out and talking... "Normally I wear protection, but then I thought, 'When am I gonna make it back to Haiti?'"
    • Ballroom Platform
        • Shoes advertised in the Fight Club press kit. $145. A perfect complement to our Anywhere Slip is the Ballroom Platform. Designed with high society and heavy traffic in mind, this stunner gives support for the eye and the arch. We know there are some nights when you spend more time on your feet than your back and there's no reason why you shouldn't look and feel your best. Sizes 3-12.
    • Bamboo Boogie Boots
        • Shoes with extendable bamboo poles that shoot out of the soles of them when activated. Hermes bought a pair for his son, Dwight even though it was Hermes that really wanted them, not Dwight. Hermes and Dwight couldn't balance well on them and ended up wobbling around everywhere.
    • Bango! Slacker Costume
        • Free when you buy a case of Bango! energy drinks - basically, a Blake costume - long curly hair and a marijuana themed shirt. (Season 7 episode Party Gawds)
    • Bart Simpson Coonskin Cap
        • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Bart Simpson Ring
        • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Bart Simpson Straw Hat
        • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Bart Simpson Sweater
        • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous)
    • Bart Simpson T-shirt
        • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Bart Simpson Wristwatch
        • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Beachers
        • Shoe product created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press. "No two are alike - or are they?"
    • Bengalese Galoshes
        • Clothing item in the J. Peterman catalog that Eddie the mail room guy writes the description for: It's tough to keep your feet dry when you're kicking in a skull. (Season 8 episode The Fatigues)
    • Big Data Shoes
        • From music video for Dangerous. Think Globally. Headbutt Locally. They're Fucking Dangerous. It's time to take control and headbutt your way through life. Get Confident, Stupid!
    • Big Data Shoes 2.0
        • Mentioned in Big Data infomercial - this new product doesn't make you headbutt people like the first version.
    • Black Chuck Taylor All Stars Of Speed And Flight
        • Magical items Art3mis was wearing when she was killed by The Sixers detonating the Cataclyst.
    • Blue Genie's Blue Jeans
        • Bill gets hired for a TV commercial job promoting Blue Genie's Blue Jeans at Shadow Studios (Season 4 episode Security Door)
    • Bruno Ferelli's
        • Fancy shoe brand mentioned in Season 7 episode The Lady Vanishes.
    • Capote Chapeau
        • Hat advertised in the Fight Club press kit. $70. Inspired by that mischievous little devil Truman Capote, this extra wide brimmed hat will create the perfect cover as you party hop from Overeaters Anonymous to Testicular Cancer or sneak in and out of elementary schools looking for your "niece" or "nephew". We figured Capote got by, why shouldn't you. One size fits all. Colors: Black, Charcoal.
    • Carver High Golf Jacket
        • Jacket advertised in the Fight Club press kit. $225. Carver High had the White Shadow; they also had one hell of an inner city golf team.
    • Chanelb
        • Rip-off clothing brand when Jake gets coats out of the evidence closet during the lockdown in the police station (Season 2 episode Lockdown)
    • Clovin Hind Jeans
        • Clothing product. "Do you want to know what comes between me and my Clovins? My brains." (episode 12/13/80)
    • The Coupe De Ville
        • Style of mail order shoes that Cliff sells to the gang (Season 6 episode 14 And God Created Woodman)
    • Cozy Rib Knit Sweater
        • Clothing product sold on Trish's style show on ARN, part of the Style by Trish Collection. Available colors: Island Breeze, Citrus, Orchid Petal, Seaside, Classic Ivory. (Season 3 episodes AKA You're Welcome, AKA I Have No Spleen)
    • Crossover Knit Turtleneck Sweater
        • Clothing product sold on Trish's style show on ARN, part of the Style by Trish Collection. Available colors: Poison Apple, Island Breeze, Citrus, Periwinkle, Orchid Petal. (Season 3 episode AKA Customer Service is Standing By)
    • Cruetly
        • Mugatu: "Note to Self: Trademark the word cruelty for a new line of men's kerchiefs.” (DVD Bonus Features)
    • CyberShorts
        • Lisa's Wired magazine cover story: "CyberShorts: Virtually Wedgieproof?" (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Depends Legends
        • Adult diapers for seniors that don't want to wear adult diapers. They come with famous celebrities and historical figures on them. Slogan: Make history in your pants.
    • Detox Poncho
        • Idea Elaine comes up with after helping a colleague go cold turkey. (Season 9 episode The Bookstore)
    • Easy Breezy Summer Tank
        • Clothing product sold on Trish's style show on ARN, part of the Style by Trish Collection. (Season 3 episode AKA The Perfect Burger)
    • Elvis Presley's Coat
        • Announcer: The New Jersey Civic Coliseum is proud to present… appearing live for a limited engagement… Elvis Presley's Coat! Hear the hits of the King, and see the Coat that made him famous. (Season 4: Episode 4)
    • Enrico Zangleones
        • Brand of expensive shoes that Daphne mentions (Season 10 episode We Two Kings)
    • Erica Summerfield 2018 Fall Collection
        • Amy stops a crime wearing a wedding dress she was trying on - Hitchcock and Scully recognize it when she returns to the precinct. (Season 5 episode Gray Star Mutual)
    • The Executive
        • Style of mail order shoes that Cliff sells to the gang (Season 6 episode 14 And God Created Woodman)
        • A beltless raincoat that Jerry's father invented, a hot item at Rudy's used clothing store. (Season 5 episode The Raincoats)
    • ExFetish Messenger Bag
        • Messenger bag advertised in the Fight Club press kit. $150. Is there anything worse than being kept at work late and getting to your dominatrix's lair late? Now with the rubber "ExFetish" Messenger Bag you can go directly from that extended meeting to your house of pain. Each handsome shoulder pouch unfolds into a form fitting rubber suit. And for that special woman in your life, the shoulder strap doubles as a whip. Sized to order.
    • Fat Tony's Cement Shoes
        • Fat Tony's booth at the Springfield Shoe Expo. "The last shoes you'll ever need" (Season 14 episode Large Marge)
    • Flaming Moe's Apparel
        • Moe sells T-shirts from a section in the bar called, Flaming Moe's Boutique, including a T-shirt that Bart wears that reads, I got toasted at Flaming Moe's. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Fox And Hound
        • Style of mail order shoes that Cliff sells to the gang (Season 6 episode 14 And God Created Woodman)
    • Frontpack
        • New invention the guys come up with - backpack for your front (Season 3 episode High Art)
    • Galactic State Jeans
        • Zipo Bibrok 5 / 108's jeans. Narrator: "Two months later, Zipo Bibrok 5 / 108 had cut the bottoms off his Galactic State jeans, and was spending part of the enormous fee his judgments commanded lying on a jewelled beach having Essence of Qualactin rubbed into his back by the same rather nice member of the jury. She was a Soolfinian girl from beyond the Cloudworlds of Yaga."
    • The Gatsby Swing Top
        • Clothing item in the J. Peterman catalog, inspired by O'Henry heiress Sue Ellen Mishke. J. Peterman: I wanna market this item as a new direction in women's fashion. We're gonna sell this as a top. Here's the angle: Zelda Fitzgerald, and somebody in the 20s, wearing this at wild parties, driving all the men crazy. (Season 7 The Caddy)
    • Ghostchaser Underpants
        • Clothing product based on the Ghostchasers movie franchise the didn't sell very well (Season 1 episode L.A. Jay)
    • Greasemonkey Jacket
        • Jacket advertised in the Fight Club press kit. $85. Slip this jazzy number on and transport yourself back to the 50's. A decade where red blooded American men feared Communism, American women feared an overcooked pot roast and American children feared being touched in their bathing suit areas. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL. Colors: Red, White, Blue.
    • Grucci
        • Rip-off clothing brand when Jake gets coats out of the evidence closet during the lockdown in the police station (Season 2 episode Lockdown)
    • Hard Core Tank
        • Tank top advertised in the Fight Club press kit. $35. "Run-A-Way-Home," an organization established by porn stars to help reunite families with their wayward children, has created this exclusive tank top. A wonderful menagerie of adult film actors adorns this 100% cotton tank. A portion of all sales will go to the Run-A-Way-Home Foundation, which reminds you that seeing your daughter on a rented porno is no way to be reunited after 8 years of separation. Sizes: S, M, L, XL. Styles: Girls Next Door, Boys at the Backdoor.
    • Helmet Of Evil Thoughts
        • While playing Space Patrol, Lisa - as rocket pilot Lissouie - releases Bart - as evil robot Bartron - from his Helmet of Evil Thoughts with her enchanted space wand. (Season 7 episode The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular! - The Tracey Ullman Show clip)
    • Himalayan Walking Shoes
        • Clothing product in the J. Peterman catalog. "Oh, I'm exhausted. I've been on this street a thousand times! It's never looked so strange! The faces… so cold! In the distance, a child is crying. Fatherless... a bastard child, perhaps. My back aches... my heart aches... but my feet, my feet are resilient! Thank God I took off my heels, and put on my Himalayan Walking Shoes." (Season 7 episode The Hot Tub)
    • The Hindenburg Line
        • New product line available at Thornton Melon's Tall & Fat Clothing Stores.
    • Huggybear Silk Shirt
        • Shirt advertised in the Fight Club press kit. $125. Super silk, super fine. This choice selection of patterned silk was hand crafted in an Indonesian sweatshop by Frida, a single mother of seven whose monthly salary is equivalent to six American dollars. A wonderful complement to any ensemble.
    • Industry Jeans Wear
        • The uglier the fashions, the worse places we'd have to pose to make them lookgood. Junkyards. Slaughterhouses. Sewage treatment plants. It's the ugly bridesmaid tactic where you only look good by comparison. One shoot for Industry Jeans Wear, I was sure we'd have topose kissing dead bodies.
    • Insosuits
        • Insulated suits used by miners on Mercury. "We can't go after Speedy ourselves, Mike, not on the Sunside. Even the new insosuits aren't good for more than twenty minutes in direct sunlight." (Story: Runaround)
    • Invis-apparel
        • Clothing product for sale at Mary's Uniforms and Fashions, a clothing store on Main Street in Eureka (Season 3 episode Insane in the P-Brane)
    • Invisibility Cloak
        • Cloak that Milhouse demonstrates at the Spellzapoppin' Magic Recital at Springwart's School of Magicry on Halloween Night. (Season 13 episode Treehouse of Horror XII - segment Wiz Kids)
    • Iron Fist
        • Harold Meachum searches for information on Iron Fist, only finding a beer brand and a clothing line. (Season 1 episode Shadow Hawk Takes Flight)
    • Jack Swimsuits
        • Jack Moore's swimsuit line (Season 1 episode 9 Sinking Feelings)
    • Jewess Jeans
        • Parody of Jordache in sketch starring Gilda Radner. You don't have to be Jewish to wear them. But it wouldn't hurt!
    • Jimmy Walker Slack
        • Pants advertised in the Fight Club press kit. Your drive is headed for another golfer, don't yell FORE!, yell DY-NO-MITE!!!
    • Joke's On Dee T-Shirt
        • T-shirt the gang sells when Dee makes it big as a comedienne… or thinks she does. None of its real. (Season 9 episode Reynolds vs. Reynolds: The Gang Broke Dee)
    • Joo Janta 200 Super-Chromatic Peril Sensitive Sunglasses
        • Sunglasses specially designed to help people develop a relaxed attitude to danger. At the first hint of trouble they turn totally black and thus prevent you from seeing anything that might alarm you.
    • Just A Second Honey Bra
        • Disposable bra with an easy opening pop top made for women by men from the makers of Real Man Beer (Steve Martin's All Commercials TV special)
    • Krusty's The Kure
        • Ball cap Krusty gives Bart when he thinks he's dying. (Season 14 episode Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington)
    • The Lacey
        • Idea for a sandal Patrick comes up with for Lacey's new shoe company. (Season 5 episode Charlie & The Return of the Danger Girl)
    • Lady Capri Hip Huggers
        • Bill gets hired for a TV commercial job promoting Blue Genie's Blue Jeans at Shadow Studios. Their latest style is called Lady Capri Hip Huggers. (Season 4 episode Security Door)
    • Latch Dress Shirt
        • Shirt advertised in the Fight Club press kit. $75. The companion piece to your Latch Tie, this classic shirt can also be worn with a traditional tie. It can also be worn without a tie. And on occasion, it has been worn with no tie, unbuttoned and untucked. We are not in the business of telling you how to wear your shirt or live your life. Lord knows you've got it all figured out. Why else would you be wasting valuable time on this catalog? Sizes: N-14-18, S-32-38. Colors: White, Power Blue, Sea Green, Nancy Pink.
    • Latch Tie
        • Tie advertised in the Fight Club press kit. $45. Finally a clip-on tie that doesn't look like a clip-on tie. Once reserved for lower level office drones and fast food service employees, the clip-on tie is poised for a comeback. Just think of walking into a bar after a disastrous day, picking out some scrawny punk, ripping into him with your fists and not once fearing that in his desperation he could grab your tie and choke you. Available in solids and patterns.
    • Lubbock's Very Big Shoes
        • Shoe store in Lubbock owned by Brock. "Fashions For The Large Footed Lady" (Season 1 episode The Order of the Straight Arrow)
    • Luke Cage Apparel
        • In order to capitalize on his popularity in Harlem and make some money, Luke Cage's friend D.W. creates a series of baseball caps, T-shirts and hoodies advertising Luke Cage. (Season 2)
    • The Magnet Suit
        • Suit advertised in one of the Chem Grow booths at the hotel where Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band performs. (Season 1)
    • The Mansiere
        • Also known as The Bro. Kramer and George's father go into business together making a brassiere for men. (Season 6 episode The Doorman)
    • Match Mist By Pilar
        • The latest in meta material cloaking. (Season 4 episode The Story of O2)
    • MISSterious
        • Michael accidentally buys and wear a women's suit to the office. (Season 3 episode The Negotiation)
    • Monarch Eyewear
        • Glasses advertised in the Fight Club press kit. $175. Inspired by styles favored by Pol Pot during his reign, these smart specs will guarantee a second look. Whether overseeing the day-to-day operations of his genocide project or frolicking with one of his 40-odd illegitimate children, Pol Pot never left the house without his favorite glasses. Frames come in either Gold or Silver.
    • Mongolian Horsehair Vest
        • Clothing product in the J. Peterman catalog. (Season 7 episode The Shower Head)
    • Morty Dazzlers
        • Clothing/Jewelry product one of the Ricks is selling in the Citadel of Ricks. "Turn your boring old Morty into a hot fashion statement" (episode 1-10 Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind)
    • The Mr. T. Collection
        • Joke Chandler makes about the gold bracelet Joey bought him, calling it a reject from the Mr. T Collection. I pity the fool that puts on my jewelry! (Season 2 The One With the Prom Video)
    • Muckabees
        • Martin's shoes that Daphne destroys in the microwave (Season 3 episode Love Bites Dog)
    • Nikke
        • Clothing brand on the Egghead world, stand-in for Nike, with a billboard ad featuring Quinn's counterpart. "Just Think It" (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
    • No-Zone Seersucker
        • Suit advertised in the Fight Club press kit. $485 A must in the Y2K with the Ozone disappearing by the hour. Trapped in the oppressive humidity of a New York August or the smog-laced heat of Los Angeles? This suit will keep you as cool on the inside as you look on the outside. Sizes 38R-48R.
    • Norwegian Ice-fishing Vest
        • Clothing product in the J. Peterman catalog. "I packed my rod and reel. 30 hours later, lost in the fiord, a welcoming smile. Thank god she spotted the epaulettes on my Norwegian ice-fishing vest." (Season 7 episode The Hot Tub)
    • Nu-Trec
        • The finest name in uncomfortable, ill-fitting polyester garments in the galaxy. "If it's scratchy, it must be Nu-Trec"
    • Obesity Slayer
        • A male garment advertised in a newspaper featuring a cameo of Alfred Hitchcock. Made by the The Reduco Corporation. "In just a few months, you too can be slender!"
    • Old Smoothies
        • Style of mail order shoes that Cliff sells to the gang (Season 6 episode 14 And God Created Woodman)
    • Omni Suit
        • Suit sold by Coach's daughter Lisa's fiancé in Season 1 episode Coach's Daughter.
    • Pamplona Beret
        • Clothing product in the J. Peterman catalog: And there, tucked into the river's bend was the object of my search. The Gwon-Jaya River market, fabrics and spices traded under a starlit sky. It was there that I discovered the Pamplona beret. Sizes seven-and-a-half through eight-and-three-quarters. Price? Thirty-five dollars. (Season 7 episode The Secret Code)
    • The Patrick Heel
        • Idea for a shoe Patrick comes up with for Lacey's new shoe company. (Season 5 episode Charlie & The Return of the Danger Girl)
    • The Patrick Wedge
        • Idea for a shoe Patrick comes up with for Lacey's new shoe company. (Season 5 episode Charlie & The Return of the Danger Girl)
    • The Patrick
        • Idea for a sandal Patrick comes up with for Lacey's new shoe company. (Season 5 episode Charlie & The Return of the Danger Girl)
    • Penniman
        • The brand of Debra's jacket is Penniman, the real last name of Little Richard, who recorded a song called Baby in 1957.
    • Pillow Shoe
        • When digging through Hitchcock and Scully's case file, they find patent submissions for something called the Pillow Shoe. (Season 7 episode Admiral Peralta)
    • The Playboy
        • Style of mail order shoes that Cliff sells to the gang (Season 6 episode 14 And God Created Woodman)
    • Put 'Er There
        • Big giant gloves. "Make Friends Fast. Wave From a Distance. Hide Your Fingernails." From mock infomercial for album 2.0.
    • The Pygmy Pullover
        • Clothing item in the J. Peterman catalog. (Season 7 episode The Bottle Deposit)
    • Quilted Chambray Nightshirt
        • Clothing item in the J. Peterman catalog that Eddie the mailroom guy writes the description for: It's a hot night. The mind races. You think about your knife; the only friend who hasn't betrayed you, the only friend who won't be dead by sun up. Sleep tight, mates, in your Quilted Chambray Nightshirts. (Season 8 episode The Fatigues)
    • The Rachel
        • Style of wig made for dogs, available at Pug Wigs. Based on Jennifer Aniston's character from Friends. (2018 episode with host Jonah Hill)
    • Raclar Puncture Proof Germ Free Suit
        • Product sold for protection from the Q in the Fever world. (Season 1 episode Fever)
    • Raybeamer
        • Sunglasses that Edison buys when obsessing over his Neurostim experience, Max Headroom version of RayBans+BMW (Season 2 episode Neurostim)
    • The Red Scare Collection
        • Home furnishings advertised in the Fight Club press kit. This delicate crystal vase, once owned by Anthony Dias, a talented Hollywood screenwriter in the late 40's and 50's, is an example of the poignant nature of the The Red Scare Collection. Every item was hand-picked from the estates of Hollywood artists who were black balled during the McCarthy era. Because their families never saw potential gains from their ancestors' talent, we got everything at bargain basement prices and we're passing it on to you at a phenomenal mark up.
    • Rembrandt Brown Sliding Pants
        • Pants product that Rembrandt jokes about designing when the sliders land on the Invasion world. "A must for the serious slider" (Season 2 episode Invasion)
    • The Retro Leather Jacket
        • Jacket advertised in the Fight Club press kit. $725. This 100% leather jacket is made from the hide of an 8-month-old Jersey calf. These calves are bred for the sole purpose of supplying leather for the production of bags, belts, shoes and this exquisite jacket. Sizes: 38R-52L.
    • Riviera Bikini
        • Bikini brand Rachel mentions when arguing over the phone at work - she has a purchase order that clearly states they ordered the Riviera bikini in a variety of sizes and colors. (Season 3 episode The One Where Ross and Rachel Take a Break)
    • The Rogue's Wallet
        • Clothing product in the J. Peterman catalog: That's where he kept his card, his dirty little secret. Short, devious, balding. his name was Costanza. He killed my mother. (Season 7 episode The Secret Code)
    • Roll-out Tie Dispenser
        • Idea Kramer has for his company Kramerica Industries: You're in a restaurant. You got a very big meeting coming up. Oh, man! You got mustard on your tie. You just tear it off and you got a new one right here. Then, you're gone. (Season 1 episode The Stock Tip)
    • Ronex Watch
        • Rolex knock-off watch brand.Ring toss attendant at Colonel Tex's Traveling Carnival: "Win a genuine Ronex watch just like a real moogie star!" (Season 9 episode Bart Carny)
    • Shifters
        • Uncle Dusty's movie glasses that flatten/convert 3D images to 2D. (Season 1 episode Cinethrax)
    • Shirt in a Can
        • Sketch: Shirt in a Can TV Commercial. Shirt in a Can costs $139.45 and is available at every single store in the entire world.
    • Spaceballs: The T-Shirt
        • Spaceballs merchandise - Spaceballs branded T-shirt.
    • Springfield Galoshes
        • Shoe product manufactured in Springfield, as seen in the News On Parade Corporation News feature on Springfield, a city on the grow. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
    • Squeaky Shine
        • Product advertised on a billboard in the town of Westview. (Season 1 episode Don't Touch That Dial) "Using the power of Mother Earth" / "Available at your local M&B hardware store" (Season 1 episode The Series Finale)
    • Squire's Walking Stick
        • Item in the J. Peterman catalog that Elaine wrote the description for. (Season 7 episode The Wig Master)
    • The Starfighter
        • Style of mail order shoes that Cliff sells to the gang (Season 6 episode 14 And God Created Woodman)
    • Steal A Memory
        • Shirt advertised in the Fight Club catalog. $35. Take a trip back to the days when you'd steal your boyfriend's shirt with this handsome update. The only difference is, now your boyfriend may well be with another woman, or women, as you parade down the street in his shirt. While you bounce to the store, he's back, with his escorts, at the apartment you share. He's burning through your stash of weed and his girls are pocketing your loose jewelry. Sizes: S, M, L, XL. Colors: Black, White, Grey, Orange.
    • Stella McCarkeys
        • Rip-off clothing brand from episode Lockdown when Jake gets coats out of the evidence closet during the lockdown in the police station.
    • Strucker
        • Wristwatch commercial. "He'll make time for you" (Season 1 episode Don't Touch That Dial)
    • T-shirt: ADULTS SUCK, THEN YOU ARE ONE
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50% cotton, 100% awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: AMERICA'S LEAST WANTED
        • One of the new fun shirts Bart sells in conjunction with his new business partner, Goose's Gags and Gifts. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-Shirt: Bat Out of Salzburg
        • T-shirt for sale from Marge's telling of Mozart at the library. (Season 15 episode Margical History Tour)
    • T-shirt: BODY BY OREO
        • One of the fun shirts that Bart sells at his Fun Shirts booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: BORED IN THE USA
        • One of the fun shirts that Bart sells at his Fun Shirts booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: DO NOT RESUSCITATE
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: DON'T BLAME ME I VOTED FOR SCOOBY DOO
        • One of the fun shirts that Bart sells at his Fun Shirts booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: DON'T WAKE ME I'M WORKING
        • One of Bart's fun shirts that Homer wears at work - and gets him fired by Mr. Burns. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: GET BENT
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: GLACIERS SUCK
        • Nelson's line of clothing - for the field trip to Springfield Glacier, he wears his "GLACIERS SUCK" T-shirt. (Season 16 episode On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister)
    • T-shirt: Good Grief, Man
        • Bart says that he realized the show as a success when a kid Apparently there were several made, as Fox had an endless supply of clever slogans. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • T-shirt: Homer Is a Dope
        • Souvenir T-shirt sold near the gathering in the woods where Homer reports seeing an alien. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • T-shirt: Homer Was Right
        • Souvenir T-shirt sold near the gathering in the woods where Homer reports seeing an alien. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • T-shirt: I Didn't Do It
        • Unsold shirts from when Bart got famous are visible in the Simpsons' attic. (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Thing and I)
    • T-shirt: I HEART ATTACKS
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: I Saw $1000
        • Bart creates a museum in his treehouse to show off his $1000 bill, complete with gift shop selling T-shirts and Bartforum magazine. (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • T-Shirt: I Survived The Springfield Riot
        • A man sells "I Survived the Springfield Riot" T-shirts the day after the Springfield Riot, but he himself does not survive, as he is crushed by the statue of Jebediah Springfield. (Season 13 Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge)
    • T-shirt: I Survived Timmy O'Toole Getting Trapped In A Well
        • T-shirt sold near the well where Bart tricked the town into thinking a little boy is trapped. (Season 3 episode Radio Bart)
    • T-shirt: IF YOU CAN READ THIS THE BACKPACK FELL OFF
        • One of the fun shirts that Bart sells at his Fun Shirts booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: IMPEACH EVERYBODY
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: I'M NOT FAT, I'M ENORMOUS
        • One of Bart's fun shirts that Comic Book Guy brings to Goose's Gags and Gifts for Bart to sign. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: I'VE PUKED MORE BEER THAN YOU'VE DRUNK
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: JEWS FOR JEBUS
        • One of the fun shirts that Bart sells at his Fun Shirts booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: Life Begins At Conception, Man
        • Bart says that he realized the show as a success when a kid Apparently there were several made, as Fox had an endless supply of clever slogans. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • T-shirt: LIFE ENDS AT TEN
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: MoMB
        • Bart creates a museum in his treehouse to show off his $1000 bill, complete with gift shop selling T-shirts and Bartforum magazine. (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • T-shirt: MY OTHER T-SHIRT IS ALSO A JOKE T-SHIRT
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: No Fat Alien Chicks
        • Souvenir T-shirt sold near the gathering in the woods where Homer reports seeing an alien. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • T-shirt: Out of Sight / Never Out of Mind
        • T-Shirt product sold at Translucent's funeral. (Season 2 episode The Big Ride)
    • T-shirt: POBODY'S NERFECT, NITHEAD
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: PROUD NUBIAN PRINCESS
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: RICH BITCH
        • One of Bart's fun shirts that Homer wears at home after being fired from the power plant. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-Shirt: Screw This
        • 
T-shirt with picture of a lightbulb for sale at the gift shop in the Edison Museum. (Season 2 episode Wizard of Evergreen Terrace)
    • T-shirt: STOP STARING AT MY MAN BOOBS
        • One of the fun shirts that Bart sells at his Fun Shirts booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: THINK GLOBALLY FART LOCALLY
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: TOP OF THE DUDE CHAIN
        • One of the new fun shirts Bart sells in conjunction with his new business partner, Goose's Gags and Gifts. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: WEAPON OF ASS DESTRUCTION
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: WISH YOU WERE BEER
        • One of the new fun shirts Bart sells in conjunction with his new business partner, Goose's Gags and Gifts. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: You Bet Your Sweet Bippy, Man
        • Bart says that he realized the show as a success when a kid Apparently there were several made, as Fox had an endless supply of clever slogans. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Things That Suck Clothing Line
        • Nelson's line of clothing - for the field trip to Springfield Glacier, he wears his "GLACIERS SUCK" T-shirt. (Season 16 episode On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister)
    • Tie-Hiti Or Bust
        • Tie advertised in the Fight Club press kit. $95. Escape the mind numbing monotony of everyday office life with a quick jaunt to Ti-Hiti! We realize that your only motivation for working is so you can afford to furnish your condo with sensible living solutions that double as your only measure of self-worth. If you can admit to this critical character flaw, then we've got the neckwear for you. Pointless, contrived and colorful, these eyesores are guaranteed to brighten any office.
    • Timeless Oxford Button Down
        • Shirt advertised in the Fight Club press kit. Once considered nothing more than a part of a prep school uniform, this crisp shirt has arrived in the workplace in style. It's versatility, easy care and timeless quality make it perfect for that Monday sales meeting or casual Friday. Even the most fashionably inept will be able to find a smart slack and tie combination to complement any residual blood, pus or sweat stains.
    • TR-6
        • Mannequin model created by Ricky, the TV guide fan that Elaine met on the subway, also known as Elaine. (Season 5 episode The Pie)
    • Trick-Or-Trench
        • Trench Coat advertised in the Fight Club press kit. $175. We know that the best parts about secrets are sharing them. With our TRICK-OR-TRENCH you'll be able to hide your secret bundle in a warm, water resistant package. This will ensure that when you are ready to share with the chance passerby, your secret is willing and able. Undergarments seen here are optional. SIzes: S, M, L, XL. Colors: Black, Navy Blue, Tan.
    • Trouser Bench
        • Episode Urban Matrimony and the Sandwich Arts. For the man on the go who makes frequent stops.
    • Turbo Flex Airmasters
        • Norm's new shoes with custom pump fit, night reflector racing stripe, a reflector that shines like the Northern Lights and a patented ergonomic lever propulsion design that uses your body's own Achilles tendon as a fulcrum and improves your vertical leap by ten percent (Season 10 episode 24 Heeeeere's...Cliffy!)
    • Ubik Bra
        • Lift your arms and be all at once curvier! New extra-gentle Ubik bra and longline Ubik special bra means, Lift your arms and be all at once curvier! Supplies firm, relaxing support to bosom all day long when fitted as directed.
    • Ultimate Belt
        • "Tactical pants retaining system". The utility belt that Comic Book Guy tried to return to the new high tech gadget store at Springfield Mall without a receipt( When the store won't take it, Bart buys it from him for four bucks. Season 8 episode The Homer They Fall)
    • Ultra-Max
        • Sponsor of New Pangea's favorite human-hunting reality competition, The DieCathalon. "The bulk-free blood diaper you never have to remove" (Season 2 episode Ultra-Max)
    • The Urban Sombrero
        • Clothing item Elaine comes up with for the J. Peterman catalog, for business men taking siestas. (Season 8 episode The Foundation)
    • Veidt Shoes
        • Chapter 12: 'A Stronger Loving World'. Panel 5: Seymour is wearing Veidt sneakers. The graffiti on the left reads, 'Watch the Skies'.
    • The World's Best Jacket
        • Jacket homer finds at the new high tech gadget store at Springfield Mall. (Season 8 episode The Homer They Fall)
    • The World's First Supportive Boxer
        • Boxer shorts advertised in the Fight Club press kit. $725. The debate surrounding boxers vs. briefs is officially over! Now with the world's first supportive boxer you can go about your merry way without worrying about your nuts getting lost in the shuffle. And you can forget about jock itch and ball rash as we use only the finest handpicked cotton.
    • XLR8
        • A-Train's athletic shoe - Fastest man, Fastest shoe. (Season 1 episode You Found Me)
    • The Zik-Zak Hold-All
        • Product Max advertises for the Zik-Zak Corporation: "The bag that makes you look as if you have at least something in the world, plus a bag to carry it" (Season 1 episode Body Banks)

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