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  • Communities
    • Anahoopi Indians
        • Indian tribe that used to live near Carl's Dad Caverns. (Season 17 episode The Seemingly Never Ending Story)
    • The Bubble
        • The Bubble is "a community of like-minded free thinkers....and no one else" where hybrid cars, used-book stores and "small farms with the rawest milk you've ever tasted" dominate. (Host Kristin Wiig 2017)
    • Clan 4-H
        • One of the tribes that Josh mentions, explaining how the students have organizaed themselves since the apocalypse. (Season 1 episode Josh vs. the Apocalypse: Part 1)
    • Coalachocti
        • Stone age tribe in the rain forest of Brazil (Season 2 episode Love Means Never Having to Say Geronimo)
    • Crowsfeet Indians
        • Indians that Kid claims lived in the valley for centuries. They were the first Indians to tame the wild dog.
    • Disciples of Kardashia
        • One of the tribes that Josh mentions, explaining how the students have organizaed themselves since the apocalypse. (Season 1 episode Josh vs. the Apocalypse: Part 1)
    • District 9
        • When a a giant extraterrestrial spaceship arrives at Earth and hovers over the South African city of Johannesburg, one million malnourished aliens are found inside, and ultimately relocated by the South African government to a terrestrial camp called District 9.
    • Hinchi Indians
        • Isolated tribe in central Mexico who still practice the ancient Toltec rituals, sacred mushroom ceremonies. Eddie goes to Mexico and participates in a mushroom ceremony.
    • Hitachee Tribe
        • Using the Hitachi brand of the microwave in the kitchen as inspiration, Lisa to create her own Native American tribe, the Hitachee tribe. (Season 18 episode Little big Girl)
    • The Jocks
        • One of the tribes that Josh mentions, explaining how the students have organizaed themselves since the apocalypse. (Season 1 episode Josh vs. the Apocalypse: Part 1)
    • Kawatche
        • 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)
    • Quimbaya
        • Logan recognizes the spacecraft as resembling amulets that were discovered in Columbia - small golden aircraft replicas made by the Quimbaya civilization, some of which date as far back as 1,000 B.C. (Season 1 episode The Green Glow)
    • The STEM Punks
        • One of the tribes that Josh mentions, explaining how the students have organizaed themselves since the apocalypse. (Season 1 episode Josh vs. the Apocalypse: Part 1)
    • The Topeka Kibbutz
        • Pat Conley tells Joe that she maintains the subsurface vidphone lines at the Topeka Kibbutz, because only women can hold jobs involving manual labor at that particular kibbutz. That's why she applied there, instead of the Wichita Falls Kibbutz.
    • White Bear
        • A community in the safe zone - where Jem convinces Victoria they have to go (Season 2 episode White Bear)
    • The Wichita Falls Kibbutz
        • Pat Conley tells Joe that she maintains the subsurface vidphone lines at the Topeka Kibbutz, because only women can hold jobs involving manual labor at that particular kibbutz. That's why she applied there, instead of the Wichita Falls Kibbutz.
    • The Wilderness People
        • Citizens poured out of the tumbled, lifeless cities into the sudden reality of a raw world. The City People, young, pampered, given every luxury by their computerized life-system, had now become the Wilderness People, bewildered and cast adrift in a harsh new environment. For them, the illusion of freedom had turned to the reality of nightmare.

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