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    • April 47
        • 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, Principal Skinner's Transportation Project not only gets the town's trains running on time, he gets them running on metric time: "Remember this moment, people… 80 past 2:00 on April 47th. It's the dawn of an enlightened Springfield." (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
    • February 29
        • Six inches of snow falls on Goat Island. "The snow came at last. Six inches on Valentine's Day, another six on the twentieth, and a foot in a good old norther on the leap, February 29." (story The Reach)
    • February 40
        • A disoriented and delusional Richard Pine records one last entry in his diary before losing it completely, entering the date as February 40th. (Story: Survivor Type)
    • January 1
        • All is quiet on New Year's Day, a world in white gets underway. I want to be with you, be with you, night and day. Nothing changes on New Year's Day. (Song: "New Year's Day" / Album: War)
        • Ned Flanders pays his taxes, while the rest of the town waits until the last possible minute, all showing up at the Springfield Post Office at 10pm on Tax Day, April 15. (Season 9 episode Trouble with Trillions)
    • January 2
        • Date of internet news article about The Overseer titled "Eye Witness Says Vigilante Wore Green Poncho".
    • January 3
        • Time becomes a raging river. I'm on this drifting riverboat wearing a boatman's overcoat, hangin' by one fingernail by the rail under a black sail. January third has found me waiting, January third has found me waiting... (Song: January 3rd)
    • January 6
        • All along the fences, all along the lines, your gumption's fading and the honeysuckle's dyin', honeysuckle's dyin' and the birds all cry. (Song: January 6, Album: Ghosts of Hallelujah)
    • January 10
        • "It's the tenth of January and I still ain't had no sleep. She comes waItzing in the nighttime made of wings. She is dressed up like a bandit with a hundred sparkling rings."(song Darkest Hour)
    • January 11
        • Date of entry in Adam's journal, which Lana finds, learning that he's been spying on her and Clark: "Lana evasive about her relationship with Clark." (Season 3 episode Obsession)
    • January 12
        • After Dr. Everest prevents him from committing suicide, Eduard visits his first alternate universe. While only there for 10 minutes, he doesn't return for three days. (Season 1 episode If I Hadn't Met You)

    • January 15
        • Date that Monica makes plans for her and Chandler and the couple they met on the plane, Greg and Jenny. Monica: "How would you like to get together next Saturday? Okay, how about Sunday? Okay, the week after that? The week after that? You know what? We are interesting, funny people with good questions. And if you and your precious Jenny can't see that… January 15? We'll see you then!" (Season 8 episode The One With the Videotape)
        • Eduard returns from his first visit to another universe, one in which he was hit and killed by a train. While he was only there for 10 minutes, he didn't return for three days. (Season 1 episode The Key)

    • January 16
        • Date that user Crimeaddicted9 posts a comment suggesting that The Overseer is just a parkour fanatic getting lucky.
    • January 17
        • Date of entry in Adam's journal, which Lana finds, learning that he's been spying on her and Clark: "Clark is at the scene of another accident." (Season 3 episode Obsession)
        • Following Dorothy's death, Jessica looks through an old memory box that contains some old concert tickets, including: Jane's addiction at Webster Hall, Saturday January 17. (Season 3 episode AKA Hero Pants)
    • January 22
        • Date of entry in Adam's journal, which Lana finds, learning that he's been spying on her and Clark: "Lana seems to be growing closer now that I am not being over aggressive." (Season 3 episode Obsession)
    • January 24
        • The cruise ship Callas, carrying Richard Pine and the 2 kilos of heroin he smuggled out of Saigon, sinks. (Story: Survivor Type)
        • Date of entry in Adam's journal, which Lana finds, learning that he's been spying on her and Clark: "Clark somehow is always near whenever me and Lana are together. This seems to bother Lana." (Season 3 episode Obsession)
    • January 25
        • Date of memorial service for Russell Bowie, who died when he and Stewie McClelland took Stewie's Bombardier Skiddoo out on the Reach when it froze for the first time since 1938. The skidoo went into the Reach. Stewie managed to crawl out, losing one foot to frostbite. The Reach took Russell away. (story The Reach)
    • January 26
        • It has been two days since the cruise ship Callas sank and Richard Pine washed up alone on an island with 2 kilos of heroin. (Story: Survivor Type)
        • Date of entry in Adam's journal, which Lana finds, learning that he's been spying on her and Clark. (Season 3 episode Obsession)
    • January 27
        • After his lifeboat drifts away, Richard Pine conducts inventory - four gallons of water, a sewing kit, a first-aid kit, a lifeboat inspection log, a pencil, two knives, one combination fork and spoon, matches and 2 kilos of pure heroin, street value $350,000. (Story: Survivor Type)
        • In order to keep Summer safe, Rick's car digs up information on the head SWAT team officer that has her surrounded, including a newspaper dated January 28 with Headline: "Officer's Son Drowns, City Responds", using the information to implement psychological torture on him. (Season 2 episode The Ricks Must be Crazy)

    • February 1
        • Woke up waiting for a windy day, kite on ice since the 1st of February. Mama keeps saying that the wind might blow, but standing here I say I just don't know. (Song: Cosmic Charlie)
        • Richard Pine trips in a hole while attempting to wave down a plane, fracturing his ankle. (Story: Survivor Type)
    • February 2
        • After building a HELP sign on the beach with rocks, Richard Pine begins to consider amputating his fractured foot, which is not healing well. (Story: Survivor Type)
        • Date of Ross and Rachel's wedding… not really, but that's the date that Rachel tells her father, after she tells him that she's pregnant and he gets mad. Dr. Green: "Young lady, don't you tell me my first grandchild is gonna be a bastard!" (Season 8 episode The One With the Stripper)
    • February 3
        • Richard Pine's fractured foot gets worse, he gets closer to attempting amputation. (Story: Survivor Type)
    • February 4
        • Richard Pine hasn't eaten in four days. He snorts heroin and amputates his fractured foot. Then he eats it. (Story: Survivor Type)
    • February 5
        • Richard Pine recounts in his diary how he amputated his foot and ate it the day before. (Story: Survivor Type)
        • "February fifth, Friday morning, purple dawn, broke a yawn as a I stepped through the fog, like I stepped to a song. A moment like a poem, you wish you could hold it,I shut my eyes like it's frozen, it's gone when I open." (song Undeniable)
    • February 7
        • Richard Pine, stoned on heroin since he amputated his fractured foot and ate it, begins to consider that another operation may be necessary. (Story: Survivor Type)
    • February 8
        • Richard Pine stalks a plump gull, even manages to hit it with a rock, but loses it after chasing it into the water. (Story: Survivor Type)
    • February 9
        • Narrator receives a letter from the dean of Arts and Sciences saying he was flunking two or three courses in his major field. (story Nona) Richard Pine amputates his left foot, and then he eats it, telling himself, cold roast beef… (Story: Survivor Type)
        • Sale Date for charges at Blockbuster Video and Structure Store on Roman Pearce's CDCZ Credit Summary.
    • February 12
        • Richard Pine eats kelp and seaweed from driftwood that washes up on the beach. (Story: Survivor Type)
        • Cupid Day, an annual pre-Valentine's Day holiday, is celebrated at Cascadia High School on February 12.
    • February 13
        • Narrator receives a hesitant sort of letter from the girl, saying that she's planning to get married. (story Nona) Richard Pine kills and roasts a crab. (Story: Survivor Type)
        • Sale Date for charges at St. Mary's Hospital, Bell Atlantic Cellular and Metrocall Paging / Post Date for charge at Blockbuster Video on Roman Pearce's CDCZ Credit Summary.
        • Leslie throws her annual Galentine's Day party on the day before Valentine's Day, February 13. Leslie: "Every February 13th, my lady friends and I leave our husbands and our boyfriends at home and we just come and kick it breakfast style. Ladies celebrating ladies. It's like Lilith Fair minus the angst. Plus frittatas." (Season 2 episode Galentine's Day, Season 4 episode Operation Ann)
    • February 14
        • Valentine's Day. Narrator decides it's time for a change of scene, says goodbye to the college scene and hitchhikes west, where he meets Nona, and almost kills a trucker at Joe's Good Eats. (story Nona) Richard Pine notices that the storm washed away some of the rocks in his HELP sign. He makes the letters again. (Story: Survivor Type) Six inches of snow falls on Goat Island. "The snow came at last. Six inches on Valentine's Day, another six on the twentieth, and a foot in a good old norther on the leap, February 29." (story The Reach)
    • February 15
        • Richard Pine spots a gull but it takes off before he can attempt to kill it. (Story: Survivor Type)
        • Annoy Squidward Day, a fake annual holiday that Squidward makes a joke about, occurs on February 15. When Squidward is asked what day it is, he responds, "Annoy Squidward Day?" SpongeBob laughs, pointing to a calendar and telling him that, "Annoy Squidward Day is on this day." (Season 1 episode Employee of the Month)
    • February 16
        • Phoebe Buffay's birthday. (Season 3 episode The One With Frank Jr.)
    • February 17 New record added 6/15/2021
        • Post Date for charge at Kennsington Rental on Roman Pearce's CDCZ Credit Summary.
    • February 18
        • Richard Pine amputates his right leg at the knee, losing a lot of blood. (Story: Survivor Type)
        • The birthday of some guy that Phoebe's brother Frank knows - when Phoebe tells him her birthday is February 16th, he says, "I know a guy who's the 18th." (Season 3 episode The One With Frank Jr.)
        • Post Date for charges at Blockbuster Video, St. Mary's Hospital and Structure Store on Roman Pearce's CDCZ Credit Summary.
    • February 20
        • Six inches of snow falls on Goat Island. "The snow came at last. Six inches on Valentine's Day, another six on the twentieth, and a foot in a good old norther on the leap, February 29." (story The Reach)
    • February 21
        • Terrence Merryweather McDaniels the 6th, firstborn son of Vine of Motley and Halliday Joseph McDaniels the 14th, is kidnapped on February 21.
        • Post Date for charges at Metrocall Paging and Bell Atlantic Cellular on Roman Pearce's CDCZ Credit Summary.
        • One of Mr. Porter's underage bar patrons tells Sergeant Nicholas Angel that his birthday is February 22. Nicholas Angel: "When's your birthday?" Underage patron: "Twenty-second of February." Nicholas Angel: "What year?" Underage patron: "Every year." Nicholas Angel: "Get out."
    • February 26
        • Word Fest, the university's annual three-day "gabathon" for writers and wanna-bees, takes place from February 26-28.
    • February 27
        • Word Fest, the university's annual three-day "gabathon" for writers and wanna-bees, takes place from February 26-28.
    • February 28
        • Word Fest, the university's annual three-day "gabathon" for writers and wanna-bees, takes place from February 26-28.
    • March 1
        • "On the first day of March it was raining, it was raining worse than anything that I have ever seen. I drank ten pints of beer and I cursed all the people there, and I wish that all this raining would stop falling down on me." (song Boys from the County Hell)
    • March 2
        • Date of $10,000 deposit listed on Darryl Zero's notepad when he does Gloria Sullivan's taxes.
    • March 4
        • According to Michael's newly updated diary, March 4 is the day that "Dwight came up with the best idea today about golden tickets." But according to Dwight's diary, March 4 is the day that "Michael came up with golden ticket idea to give 5 customers 10% off for 1 year." (Season 5 episode Golden Ticket)
    • March 7
        • Date of $10,000 deposit listed on Darryl Zero's notepad when he does Gloria Sullivan's taxes.
    • March 8
        • In Bart's nightmarish daydream about Christmas time during in Juvenile Hall where the kids each get one horrible gift, Jimbo gets a copy of the March 8th newspaper. (Season 7 episode Marge Be Not Proud)
    • March 10
        • The first vaccine raffle announced goes to people born on March 10.
        • Monday 2:37pm. Terry initiates schmutz game with Gabe in the restroom at work. (Season 1 episode Flash Mob / Flicker sketch)
        • Eduard's wife Elisa Montcalm becomes a singing star in a universe in which they did not get married, performing on March 12 and March 13. (Season 1 episode I Don't Go In)
    • March 13
        • Date of suggestion that McNulty put in Mr. Cooper's Suggestion Box: "Make hotdogs flat, so that they can fit easily into a hamburger bun." (Episode A kind of Stopwatch)
        • Tuesday 9:15. Terry initiates schmaltz game with Gabe at work. (Season 1 episode Flash Mob / Flicker sketch)
        • Eduard's wife Elisa Montcalm becomes a singing star in a universe in which they did not get married, performing on March 12 and March 13. (Season 1 episode I Don't Go In)
    • March 14
        • The Mountain Music Festival takes place March 14-18 on Mt. Useful in Springfield, a strategic granite reserve. (Season 8 episode Mountain of Madness)
        • Yesterday morning was crazy, I had to come to terms with the fact that it's not a maybe, that shit is in stone, sealed and signed, she not my lover like Billie Jean but the kid is mine...
        • Wednesday 10:07 am. Gabe arrives at work to find out that Terry died. (Season 1 episode Flash Mob / Flicker sketch)
    • March 15
        • Date of journal entry in Homer's daydream about following his dream of living in the woods and keeping a journal of his thoughts: I wish I brought a TV. Oh God, how I miss TV. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
        • Date of $25,000 deposit listed on Darryl Zero's notepad when he does Gloria Sullivan's taxes.
        • Detective interrogating prisoner Carter Finley asks what happened on March 15. (Season 3 episode Obama Shutdown)
        • Hood Day, the day when local gangs go out looking for trouble, the only time of year when they leave their own neighborhoods, occurs on March 15.
    • March 16
        • Date of $12,500 transfer listed on Darryl Zero's notepad when he does Gloria Sullivan's taxes.
    • March 18
        • The Mountain Music Festival takes place March 14-18 on Mt. Useful in Springfield, a strategic granite reserve. (Season 8 episode Mountain of Madness)
        • Colonial Day, an annual holiday commemorating the signing of the Articles of Colonization, which incorporated the Twelve Colonies of Man during the First Cylon War, is celebrated on March 18.
        • Date of $8,500 transfer listed on Darryl Zero's notepad when he does Gloria Sullivan's taxes.
    • March 20
        • Date for Elaine's friend Leslie's planned C-section, which she mentions during the baby shower that Elaine hosts for her in Jerry's apartment, shortly before George confronts her about his shirt that she ruined years earlier when they went out on a date. (Season 2 episode The Baby Shower)
        • Issued Date on the Homer Sanchez' Mexico ID that Homer's boss at Sprawl Mart uses to threaten to send him back to Mexico. (Season 16 episode On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister)

        • Date of $10,000 deposit listed on Darryl Zero's notepad when he does Gloria Sullivan's taxes.
    • March 21
        • Now it's boilin' in a miserable March twenty-first, wrapped the hills in a blanket of Patterson's curse. (Song: "Town with No Cheer" / Album: Swordfishtrombones)
        • Date of Springfield Shopper newspaper headline "FIRST DAY OF SPRING Ants, Picnickers reach last-minute accord" (Season 12 episode Trilogy of Error)
        • George wants to postpone his and Susan's December wedding to March 21, the first day of Spring. (Season 7 episode The Postponement)
    • March 22
        • The annual Purge event takes place on March 21 and March 22.
        • Will's birthday. Joyce mentions the date when trying to break Will away from the spell of the Mind Flayer. (Season 2 episode Chapter Eight: The Mind Flayer)
    • March 23
        • Date of Philly Daily website article titled "Kevin Crumb Mutilated Victims: Police on the Hunt for suspect Kevin Crumb".
    • March 25
        • Annual holiday Gondorian New Year is celebrated on March 25, the anniversary of the day that Frodo destroyed the Ring in Mount Doom.
    • March 28
        • Some people died, some people were born, and some stayed the same, and some went insane. Tomorrow's Wednesday, today was Tuesday and this is the date: March 28th. (Song: Nothing Happened Today).
    • March 30
        • The New York Repertory Theatre film festival is in town from March 30 through April 24 on the living gems world. (Season 5 episode To Catch a Slider)
        • Date of $10,000 transfer listed on Darryl Zero's notepad when he does Gloria Sullivan's taxes.
    • March 31
        • Date of $10,000 deposit listed on Darryl Zero's notepad when he does Gloria Sullivan's taxes.
        • Every time someone called and requested a meeting with Ron, April scheduled it for March 31st, because I didn't think March 31st existed, resulting in Ron having 94 meetings on March 31st. (Season 2 episode 94 Meetings)
    • April 1
        • Well, life's a train that goes from February on day by day, but it's making a stop on April first (Song: "April Fools" / Album: Rufus Wainwright)
        • Bart, angered by Homer's numerous April Fool's Day tricks, attempts to get even by shaking up a can of Duff beer in a paint shaker, sending Homer to the hospital. (Season 4 episode So It's Come to This: A Simpsons Clip Show) Day one of Bart trying to get through 3 months without seeing Jessica to get her completely out of his system, which he marks on his Itchy & Scratchy calendar. (Season 6 episode Bart's Girlfriend)
    • April 3
        • Date of $15,000 deposit listed on Darryl Zero's notepad when he does Gloria Sullivan's taxes.
    • April 6
        • Pablo's birthday, as seen on the calendar in the Los Pollos Hermanos Training Video 10-part digital series celebrating the return of Gustavo Fring for the third season of Better Call Saul.

    • April 7
        • Date of $10,500 deposit listed on Darryl Zero's notepad when he does Gloria Sullivan's taxes.
    • April 8
        • Crawl across toward your window, I'm calling softly from the street, always a lonely widow, half awake and sleeping on my feet. (Song: April 8)
        • Date that Jerry and Elaine's friend David mistakes for his and his wife's wedding anniversary when he is out with Elaine - the actual date is April 10th. (Season 7 episode The Wait Out)
    • April 9
        • Date of Health Inspector visit, as seen on the calendar in the Los Pollos Hermanos Training Video 10-part digital series celebrating the return of Gustavo Fring for the third season of Better Call Saul.

        • Jerry and Elaine's friends Beth and David's anniversary. (Season 7 episode The Wait Out)
    • April 13
        • Date of Alex's fundraiser for the New York Theater Development Fund: An evening of Broadway and music. (Season 1 episode No One's Gonna Harm You, Not While I'm Around)
    • April 14
        • Date that George mentions, when - assuming the strike is resolved - the Yankees play the Angels. (Season 6 episode The Secretary)
        • Date of $9,500 deposit listed on Darryl Zero's notepad when he does Gloria Sullivan's taxes.
    • April 15
        • Date in Judith's record book that she mentions at the Tasty Meadows neighborhood meeting, one of the instances in which she caught Mrs. Wickes neglecting to clean up after her dog.
        • My Genie got married to a CPA, April fifteenth is her wedding day. I drown my sorrow, I drown my trouble, I drank her dry and then I rubbed that bottle, a-wishin' and a-wishin' and a-wishin' harder for me and Genie and one more (Song: "One More Summer" / Album: Tornado)
        • While Ned Flanders paid his taxes on the first day of the new year, the rest of the town waits until the last possible minute, all showing up at the Springfield Post Office at 10pm on Tax Day. (Season 9 episode Trouble with Trillions)
    • April 16
        • Dr. Bernard Rieux steps on a dead rat on his way to surgery. Later that evening, when he returns to his apartment, he watches another rat die.
    • April 17
        • The concierge in Dr. Bernard Rieux's apartment building informs him that three more rates were found in the building. Dr. Bernard Rieux sees more rats in the streets as he goes about his rounds visiting patients. His wife leaves for a rest at a sanitorium.
        • Date of entry in Mr. Heckles' Big Book of Grievances about Joey: Excessive noise Italian guy comes home with a date. (Season 2 episode The One Where Heckles Dies)
        • Cynthia's birthday, as seen on the calendar in the Los Pollos Hermanos Training Video 10-part digital series celebrating the return of Gustavo Fring for the third season of Better Call Saul.

    • April 18
        • Large quantities of dead and dying rats are found in various locations around the city of Oran.
        • Date of entry in Mr. Heckles' Big Book of Grievances about Chandler: Excessive noise Italian guy's gay roommate brings home dry cleaning. (Season 2 episode The One Where Heckles Dies)
    • April 19
        • Date of $12,500 deposit listed on Darryl Zero's notepad when he does Gloria Sullivan's taxes.
    • April 20
        • Now you've really pissed me off, you're fucking with my mind. I'm wondering what it's like, if it's worth my time. Wondering what I've done to deserve to what you've done. Tell me this time. (Song: April 20 / Album: Where We Stand)
        • Anders, Blake and Adam host an annual 4/20 Party on April 20. This year's party features a 42-blunt salute and Anders free-style rapping as rapper Cypress Chill. (Season 6 episode Gone Catfishing)
    • April 22
        • Date in Judith's record book that she mentions at the Tasty Meadows neighborhood meeting, one of the instances in which she caught Mrs. Wickes neglecting to clean up after her dog.
    • April 23
        • Date in the journal that Alice finds, tracking signal transmissions apparently coming from an Alaskan town called Arcadia, claiming to be a safe isolated town with no infection.
        • The New York Repertory Theatre film festival is in town from March 30 through April 24 on the living gems world. (Season 5 episode To Catch a Slider)
        • Date in the journal that Alice finds, tracking signal transmissions apparently coming from an Alaskan town called Arcadia, claiming to be a safe isolated town with no infection.
    • April 25
        • Date in the journal that Alice finds, tracking signal transmissions apparently coming from an Alaskan town called Arcadia, claiming to be a safe isolated town with no infection.
    • April 26
        • Date of bulk trash pick-up, as seen on the calendar in the Los Pollos Hermanos Training Video 10-part digital series celebrating the return of Gustavo Fring for the third season of Better Call Saul.

        • Date of the DEA Fun Run, as seen on the calendar in the Los Pollos Hermanos Training Video 10-part digital series celebrating the return of Gustavo Fring for the third season of Better Call Saul.

        • Date in the journal that Alice finds, tracking signal transmissions apparently coming from an Alaskan town called Arcadia, claiming to be a safe isolated town with no infection.
    • April 30
        • The concierge in the Dr. Rieux's apartment building, M. Michel, dies of a fever. According to the narrator, the end of the first phase of the plague.
        • Date in Judith's record book that she mentions at the Tasty Meadows neighborhood meeting, one of the instances in which she caught Mrs. Wickes neglecting to clean up after her dog.
        • Date in the journal that Alice finds, tracking signal transmissions apparently coming from an Alaskan town called Arcadia, claiming to be a safe isolated town with no infection.
    • May 1
        • Now we are tall, and Christmas trees are small, and you don't ask the time of day. But you and I, our love will never die. But guess we'll cry come first of May. (Song: First of May)
        • When Jack gives Natalie the money, he tells her to meet him - May 1st in Phoenix, at the Holiday Diner. If he's not there, he tells her to try every six months. May 1st, December 1st.
        • Date in the journal that Alice finds, tracking signal transmissions apparently coming from an Alaskan town called Arcadia, claiming to be a safe isolated town with no infection.
    • May 3
        • Tres De Cinco, the day before Cinco de Quatro, the annual holiday that Lucille Bluth created to spite Cinco de Mayo, occurs on May 3. Narrator: "It was Tres de Cinco, or the day before Cinco de Cuatro, and Buster Bluth had finally found a family he fit in with." (Season 4)
        • Following 177 days without signs of life, Alice travels to the Alaskan haven called Arcadia searching for Claire Redfield's Convoy. She finds Claire Redfield, now missing her memory.
        • Cinco De Quatro, the annual holiday that Lucille Bluth created to spite Cinco de Mayo, is celebrated on May 4. The celebration features a mixed drink called a Donkey Punch, and an activity called "Kick-A-Goat" (Season 4).
        • The annual holiday International Walkers Day that only Tandy seems to be aware of, is celebrated on May 4 (Season 3 episode Point Person Knows Best).
        • I married Isis on the 5th day of May, but I could not hold on to her very long. (Song: "Isis" / Album: Desire)
    • May 6
        • Zoo Day: Anniversary that Leslie creates for her and Ann, commemorating the first time they went to the zoo together. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • May 7
        • Date of Chintada Piano Tuners email in Pam's Yahoo account.
    • May 8
        • Date of Liberty Mutual insurance email in Pam's Yahoo account.
    • May 10
        • Whacking Day, an annual holiday when everybody in Springfield beats snakes to death with clubs, is celebrated on May 10. (Season 4 episode Whacking Day)
        • Dr. Angelo's wife leaves him, and desperate to start human trials, he decides to use Jobe, also known as the lawnmower man, as his a guinea pig.
    • May 11
        • Driving through mountains, staring at the trees on May 11 (Song: "May 11" / Album: Love Tara)
    • May 12
        • Ross' guess when Charlie's ex-boyfriend Benjamin Hobarth asks him what his birthday is during his Dewer Grant interview. (Season 10 episode The One With Ross' Grant)
        • Leslie sends Ann an email, informing her that she hooked up with Ben in Indianapolis the night before. She also learned how to use iMovie. (Season 4 episode The Trial of Leslie Knope)
        • Date of Lymphoma newsletter and life insurance emails in Pam's Yahoo account.
    • May 13
        • Date of Google password reset email in Pam's Yahoo account.
    • May 15
        • Date of Chandler and Monica's wedding. (Season 7 episode The One With the Cheap Wedding Dress)
        • Double Date Day: Anniversary that Leslie creates for her and Ann, commemorating the first time they went on a double date. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • May 16
        • Homer wakes up from a coma after 7 weeks, after opening the can of Duff beer that Bart shook up in a paint shaker on April Fool's Day. (Season 4 episode So It's Come to This: A Simpsons Clip Show)
        • Take a step to freedom, you and her loathing this cruel world. Take a breath of shelter, then exhale, trust and allegiance, liberate yourself from hell. It's just another Saturday. (Song: May 16 / Album: Let's Talk About Feelings)
        • Leslie and Ben decide to get married at the Pawnee Commons benefit, even though they already reserved a space for May 16th. Ben tells her, "Leslie, we can get married May 16th, or June 1st, or July 57th. But doesn't it feel right today?" (Season 5 episode Leslie and Ben)
    • May 17
        • The Wheaten Terrier Club Of North America's 8th annual Wheaton Weekend celebration is scheduled for: May 17-19.
    • May 18 New record added 5/24/2021
        • Homer calculates that Judgment Day will arrive on May 18, when he drives the residents of Springfield to Springfield Mesa, 15 miles north, past the the Warren Harding Memorial Through-hole. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
        • The Wheaten Terrier Club Of North America's 8th annual Wheaton Weekend celebration is scheduled for: May 17-19.
    • May 19
        • High, 21st of July, you know the thought is all wrong, but the feeling is right. Say, on the 19th of May, turn it on close the door, and then set to ignore. (Song: Cease2xist)
        • Travel date to Frankfurt that Kate finds in Reza's passport. (Season 2 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM)
        • When the world doesn't end, Reasonableist Herb decides that he calculated the end of the world date incorrectly, and that the the new end of the world date is May 19th. But when Leslie informs him that the park is booked that day, Herb claims he misspoke, that the actual new date for the end of the world is May 20th. (Season 4 End of the World)
        • The Wheaten Terrier Club Of North America's 8th annual Wheaton Weekend celebration is scheduled for: May 17-19.
    • May 20
        • Eliza Doolittle claims that the King of Englad will designate May 20 as the annual holiday Eliza Doolittle Day. Eliza Doolittle: "One evening the king will say, 'Oh, Liza, old thing, I want all of England your praises to sing. Next week on the twentieth of May, I proclaim Liza Doolittle Day." (Act 1 of My Fair Lady)
        • Date of the Boys vs. Girls Home Ec bake-off finale, posted on bulletin board at Shelbyville High School, from flashback sequence. (Season 2 episode The Way We Was)
        • When the world doesn't end, Reasonableist Herb decides that he calculated the end of the world date incorrectly, and that the the new end of the world date is May 19th. But when Leslie informs him that the park is booked that day, Herb claims he misspoke, that the actual new date for the end of the world is May 20th. (Season 4 End of the World)
    • May 21
        • Great King Rat born. "Great King Rat died today, born on the twenty first of May, died syphilis forty four on his birthday. Every second word he swore, yes he was the son of a whore, always wanted by the law." (song Great King Rat)
    • May 23
        • Oh buy the corned beef if you must, the pickled herring you can trust, and the lox puts you in orbit AOK. But that big hunk of liverwurst has been there since October First, and today is the Twenty-Third of May. (Song: "Shticks of One and a Half a Dozen of the Other" / Album: My Son, the Celebrity)
    • May 24
        • When a woman learns to walk, she's not dependent anymore, a line front her letter May twenty-four and out on the bay, the current is strong, a boat can go lost. (Song: "Bye Bye Pride" / Album: Tallulah)
    • May 25
        • A man named Jagger is hanged at 9:30 in the morning in a small, inconsequential village that's been covered by a mysterious darkness, a darkness made of hate that spreads across the world, to North Vietnam, a section of the Berlin Wall, a political prison in Budapest, a section of Chicago, a street in Dallas, Texas and Birmingham, Alabama, a section of Shanghai and elsewhere. (Episode I am the Night - Color Me Black)
        • May 25 is known as The Glorious Twenty-Fifth Of May, an annual holiday quietly celebrated by the survivors of the People's Revolution, which ended the reign of Lord Winder.
    • May 27
        • Rachel dances to Ashley O's song On a Roll at the Ritman High School Talent Show Fundraiser. (Season 5 episode Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too)
    • May 30 New record added 6/1/2021
        • Issued Date on the team's IDs, shown following their disastrous Bolivia mission and their deaths are faked.
    • May 31
        • Susan and Jerry are scheduled to be married on Saturday May 31 at 7pm.
    • June 1
        • Leslie and Ben decide to get married at the Pawnee Commons benefit, even though they already reserved a space for May 16th. Ben tells her, "Leslie, we can get married May 16th, or June 1st, or July 57th. But doesn't it feel right today?" (Season 5 episode Leslie and Ben)
    • June 2
        • Sign outside the hotel where Al and his co-workers are staying in Drip Rock reads, "Drip rock welcomes Zeus Power Systems June 2 - July ???"
        • Wanda's neighbor Agnes tells her, "The only way Ralph would remember our anniversary is if there was a beer named June 2." (Season 1 episode Filmed Before a Live Studio Audience)
    • June 3
        • It was the third of June, on that younger day, well I became a man at the hands of a girl almost twice my age. (Song: "Desiree" / Album: I'm Glad You're Here with Me Tonight)
        • It was the third of June, another sleepy, dusty Delta day. I was out choppin' cotton, and my brother was balin' hay. (Song: Ode To Billie Joe)
        • Date that Mr. Berkowitz' company received an urgent delivery from the Safety Commission's findings regarding the product Endexoprene being hazardous to children. (Episode The H Word)
    • June 4
        • Then came the fourth of June, on that sleepless night, well I tossed and I turned while the thought of her burned up and down my mind. For she was there and gone without one regret, but she continues on like the words of a song. (Song: "Desiree" / Album: I'm Glad You're Here with Me Tonight)
    • June 5 New record added 6/10/2021
        • Brad tells the Shania Twain mayo and chicken salad sandwich story on the driving range.
    • June 6
        • Was the dark of the moon on the sixth of June in a Kenworth pullin' logs. Cab-over Pete with a reefer on and a Jimmy haulin' hogs. We is headin' for bear on I-one-oh 'bout a mile outta Shaky Town. I says, "Pig Pen, this here's the Rubber Duck, and I'm about to put the hammer down." (Song: "Convoy" / Album: Black Bear Road)
    • June 10
        • Date that Pam's fiancé Roy proposes for their wedding, while drunk on the booze cruise. (Season 2 episode Booze Cruise)
    • June 11
        • On June 11, Rajid spoke of an imminent attack, which turns out to be 65 terriers attacking the Capitol building in Washington. (Season 3 episode East/West Bowl Rap)
    • June 13
        • On June 13, at a top-secret government laboratory in rural California, a weaponized version of influenza, called Project Blue, is accidentally released.
    • June 14
        • "I drove my car June 14th, I drove it right down the street" (song Karma's Payment)
        • Audrey finds out that Drew is a spy, shortly before he shows up at her apartment and gets shot and killed. Audrey and Morgan head to Vienna per his instructions.
    • June 17
        • On June 17, U.S. Army soldier Charlie Campion crashes his car into a gas station in the town of Arnette, Texas, after escaping the top secret government laboratory in California where a weaponized version of influenza, called Project Blue, is accidentally released.
    • June 18
        • Date of the Livestock Auction when Mr. Poopybutthole auctions off heifers during Randotron's designated Random Time. (Season 4 episode One Crew over the Crewcoo's Morty)
    • June 21
        • Operation Albrecht - Highland's plan to buy the drive from Duffer at a gala in Berlin at the Museum of Technology.
    • June 22
        • Summerween, an annual holiday celebrated Gravity Falls, Oregon, because the residents of Gravity Falls love Halloween so much that they want to celebrate it twice a year, is celebrated on June 22.
    • June 23
        • "Being on the twenty-third of June, oh as I sat weaving all at my loom... I heard a thrush singing on yon bush, and the song she sang was the jug of punch." (song The Jug of Punch)
        • Gregory Stark gets a letter at the office. Comes FedEx. Stamped "Personal and Confidential". Sender's name marked as "Past Due Collections". Laser-printed, not very long. Starts out: "Mr. Stark, I have evidence linking you to your crime. You may entertain notions of impunity. But in the end everyone is culpable." There's a succession of $100,000 payments to be collected. He gets letters which lay out a maze and at the end of the maze he makes the drop.
    • June 25
        • While not specifically mentioned in the episode, which seems to occur in July, the guys' annual tradition of celebrating the half-way point to Christmas is celebrated on June 25, according to the official Workaholics Tumblr page. (Season 1 episode The Strike)
    • June 27
        • The Lottery, an annual ritual in a small New England town involving the stoning death of one of the residents, takes place on June 27.
        • Date of destination wedding in Acapulco mentioned in outtake from the All right sketch (Season 5 episode The Job Interview)
    • June 29
        • The protagonist's cover story for meeting Andrei Sator involves him being a former first secretary from the American embassy in Riyadh that Katherine Barton met met at a party last June. Salmon was on the printed menu, swapped for sea bass on the night.
    • June 30
        • Laundry workers Johnny Rocky Rockwell and Leo Edwards drive around, getting drunk and searching for an automobile inspection station. They find Bob's Gas & Service. (story Big Wheels: A Tale of the Laundry Game - Milkman #2)
        • The firelight plays on me, the choir ignites behind me, the rising voice of discontent, all the guardian angels, you can bang the drum, look what we've become, I hope there might be one of us who calls the tune last day of June. (song Last Day of June)
        • The last day of Bart's plan to try to get through 3 months without seeing Jessica to get her completely out of his system, which he marks on his Itchy & Scratchy calendar. (Season 6 episode Bart's Girlfriend)
        • Date of news report on WBC - the President signed an executive order to detonate a low yield tactical nuclear bomb in Las Vegas in 4 days / 96 hours, prompting evacuation of the Las Vegas McCarran Quarantine Camp. Bly Tanaka visits Scott Ward at the Lucky Boy diner to offer him a job.
    • July 1
        • After visiting an abandoned water park from his youth - and almost getting murdered by Reverend Coddle, Al meets Kid on the side of the road and helps him tow his broken down car back to his house.
        • After Al fixes Kid's car, Al and Kid go swimming, have a tomato fight, hide and run from the local police, and end the day watching wrestling. Kid makes a box of moonlight.
        • Scott Ward and his team enter the walled city of Las Vegas with a 32 hour window before the President's ordered detonation of a low yield tactical nuclear bomb.
    • July 3
        • It was the third of July on a cool cloudy sky. I set in for a storm in the makin' (Song: The Third of July)
        • To you it's just another day, but my next birthday's so far away. I wish that you had remembered. It seems to be pretty unfair. You're sixteen too, but I won't care, I won't be calling you July 3rd (Song: "July 3rd" / Album: Mass Teen Fainting)
        • Al and Kid shoot up the windshield wiper factor where Al was working, go grocery shopping, then get beat up by Wick at Bambi's bar.
        • 
Frank discovers the truth about The Great Beyond. Date on information Druggie printed out from the internet - "How to Shoot BATH SALTS"
        • The President caves to pressure and moves up the timeline to detonate a low yield tactical nuclear bomb in Las Vegas by one day.
    • July 4
        • Mother and Nellie and the children visit the narrator and her husband John at the colonial mansion where they're staying over the 4th of July. The narrator's journal entry: "Well, the Fourth of July is over! The people are gone and I am tired out. John thought it might do me good to see a little company, so we just had mother and Nellie and the children down for a week. Of course I didn't do a thing. Jennie sees to everything now. But it tired me all the same."
        • Oh, the steps, they go down to a hole in the ground where the subway goes rumbling by. You go in one end in the middle of June and come out on the Fourth of July (Song: "The Subway Song")
        • Driving home late from town in the big wagon with Joe Garner and his family, Nick Adams passes nine drunken Indians along the road. (Ten Indians)
        • When Krusty looks through the Simpson family photo albums, there's a photo marked "4th of July”, with Homer drinking a can of Duff beer while lighting a firecracker for a baby Bart, still in diapers. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
        • Al and Kid meet Purlene and Floaty at the swimming hole and spend the day and night with them.
        • "You just gotta ignite the light and let it shine, just own the night like the 4th of July..." (song Firework)
        • Originally the date set for the low yield tactical nuclear bomb to be detonated in Las Vegas.
    • July 5
        • Thought that in July that we could buy the months of may and the time for the lines. (Song: Fifth of July)
    • July 9 New record added 6/10/2021
        • Brad tells the Shania Twain mayo and chicken salad sandwich story on Flight 27 to Chicago.
        • I do recall now the smell of the rain, fresh on the pavement I ran off the plane that July ninth, the beat of your heart, it jumps through your shirt. I can still feel your arms. (Song: Last Kiss)
    • July 10
        • Following Dorothy's death, Jessica looks through an old memory box that contains some old concert tickets, including: Nine Inch Nails at Webster Hall on July 10. (Season 3 episode AKA Hero Pants)
    • July 11
        • Danae loves the date July 11. "She had always liked those numbers, seven and eleven. In charada, the mystical significance of dream images. There were charadas all around the world. In the santería charada, Angayú was eleven and Yemayá was seven. In the Cuban charada, matchbox was eleven and excrement was seven. In the American one, mechanic shop was eleven and socks was seven. In the Chinese one, rooster was eleven and seashell, seven. In the Texas charada, horse was eleven and hog, seven. In the Indian charada, rain was eleven and sleep was seven. In the Aztec charada, factory was eleven and mariachis, seven.
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    • July 12 New record added 5/31/2021
        • Date that Harry told Dan, "This courtroom ain’t big enough for the two of us," and squirted him in the face with a water pistol. (Season 2 episode Harry on Trial)
        • July 14 is the anniversary of the one day that Bojack forgot to tell Todd how annoying he is. (BoJack Horseman 2019 Wall Calendar: The Art of the Art)
    • July 15
        • Date of birth Bart writes on the MoneyBank charge card application. (Season 8 episode The Canine Mutiny) According to Homer, it's Barney's birthday, same day as Lassie's. (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • July 17 New record added 5/30/2021
        • Yellow Can driver Ahkbar's Oakland Transportation Commission ID expires on July 17.

        • Following Dorothy's death, Jessica looks through an old memory box that contains some old concert tickets, including: The Smiths at the Palladium NYC on Saturday July 17. (Season 3 episode AKA Hero Pants)
    • July 19
        • The night that the worst heat wave in northern New England history finally broke, and the entire western Maine region was lashed with the most vicious thunderstorms David Drayton had ever seen. (story The Mist)
    • July 21
        • High, 21st of July, you know the thought is all wrong, but the feeling is right. Say, on the 19th of May, turn it on close the door, and then set to ignore. (Song: Cease2xist)
    • July 22
        • Date that a Pennsylvania Post website article by Matthew Shapiro was published, written a few days after the climax of the movie Split: "Three abduction of three young women by Philadelphia Zoo employee Kevin Crumb came to a head early this week when he fled the scene, leaving behind three murder victims: two of his abductees along with his psychiatrist. Only one seventeen year old girl survived the ordeal."
    • July 23
        • David Drayton writes down the story of the mist at the Howard Johnson's motel near Exit 3, while outside pink bugs tick and thump off the glass. (story The Mist)
        • Date that a Pennsylvania Post website article by Matthew Shapiro was updated, originally written a few days after the climax of the movie Split: "Three abduction of three young women by Philadelphia Zoo employee Kevin Crumb came to a head early this week when he fled the scene, leaving behind three murder victims: two of his abductees along with his psychiatrist. Only one seventeen year old girl survived the ordeal."
    • July 27
        • Date of internet news article titled "The Overseer Sighting: Caught on Camera".
    • July 29
        • Mary Provost did not look her best the day the cops bust into her lonely nest in the cheap hotel up on Hollywood West... July 29, she'd been lyin' there for two or three weeks, the neighbors said they never heard a squeak, for hungry eyes that could not speak, said even little doggie's have got to eat. (song Marie Provost)
    • July 30
        • Date that user Toetipper77 posts a comment complementing another user named Francis on his research about The Overseer.
    • July 31
        • Lady Jaye compares video of the president speaking at two press conference, one from July 31 and one from September 1, studying the way he clasps his fingers, , in order to determine if he has been replaced.
    • August 1
        • Date of internet article titled "Is This The Overseer? Recent Photo Offers No Clues".
    • August 3
        • A fire at her family's house kills Ilsa's parents, and she is taken in by Harry and Cora Wheeler. (episode Mute)
    • August 9
        • Lady Jaye compares video of the president from August 9 and August 19, studying his conversational fillers in order to determine if he has been replaced.
    • August 14
        • Old lady luck smiled down on me on Friday night, August the 14th (Song: Friday night, August the 14th)
    • August 15
        • Klordny Week, also known as the Klordny Festival, an annual holiday celebrated by drinking, dancing and general revelry, is celebrated on August 15. The original reason for the festival has been lost over time. (Issue #232)
        • Date in Judith's record book that she mentions at the Tasty Meadows neighborhood meeting, one of the instances in which she caught Mrs. Wickes neglecting to clean up after her dog.
    • August 17 New record added 6/10/2021
        • Brad tells the Shania Twain mayo and chicken salad sandwich story on a conference call.
    • August 19
        • Lady Jaye compares video of the president from August 9 and August 19, studying his conversational fillers in order to determine if he has been replaced.
    • August 22
        • Eduard returns to his original universe after being gone for seven months. He buys a phone charger and calls his mother. (Season 1 episode The Kiss)
        • Mysterious date on the calendar in Wanda and Vision's kitchen with a heart drawn on it - for the dinner date with Vision's boss, Mr. Hart. (Season 1 episode Filmed Before a Live Studio Audience)
    • August 24
        • Harry Wheeler writes a letter to Professor and Mrs. Kalder, the mute girl Ilsa Nielson's relatives. (episode Mute)
    • August 27
        • Date in Judith's record book that she mentions at the Tasty Meadows neighborhood meeting, one of the instances in which she caught Mrs. Wickes neglecting to clean up after her dog.
    • September 1
        • Sam and Salt search for the freighter that carried the monkey from Africa and delivered it to Biotest around September 1st. Ships mentions include Petra, Venus and Patricia.
        • Lady Jaye compares video of the president speaking at two press conference, one from July 31 and one from September 1, studying the way he clasps his fingers, , in order to determine if he has been replaced.
    • September 2
        • Several events in Atlas Shrugged take place on September 2: In the opening scene of the novel, Eddie Willers walks through NYC beneath a gigantic calendar hanging from a public tower that announces the date as September 2. Hank Rearden and Dagny Taggart decide to take a vacation together on September 2, during which they discover an abandoned motor that should have revolutionized the use of energy in the world. Francisco D'Anconia makes his speech on money on September 2, proclaiming money to be the tool of free trade and the result of noble effort, not the root of evil. Those who call money evil choose to replace its use with the force of the gun. D'Anconia Copper is nationalized on September 2, but the date on the calendar is replaced by "Brother, you asked for it!"
        • Mac answers the phone in Johnson's office, where he's been hiding out while Johnson is in Orlando. It's Johnson, checking his voicemail messages. (Season 4 episode Sweet Dee Has a Heart Attack)
    • September 3
        • It was the third of September, that day I'll always remember, yes I will, 'cause that was the day that my daddy died. (Song: Papa was a Rolling Stone)
        • Expiration date on the milk in Jerry's refrigerator that Kramer drinks, then proceeds to puke on Susan, NBC executive and George's date. (Season 4 episode The Pitch)

        • Brad tells the Shania Twain mayo and chicken salad sandwich story while in traffic on his cell phone.
        • It was the third of September, we were hanging up on the roof. Was the hot, hot night we were having a barbecue. And I said "Hi," you said, "Hi, baby," that's when I knew, I just, I just can't, can't take my mind off you. (Song: Rooftop)
    • September 5
        • The Hill Valley Festival, the annual festival celebrating the day that Hill Valley was founded, is celebrated on September 5.
    • September 9
        • Dr. Hallis' birthday, which Mrs. Sigby thinks makes him a Libra, which he claims makes him an Aquarius. It actually makes him a Virgo.
    • September 13
        • Mel Torme was born in Chicago. Harry Stone celebrates it every year. He doesn't have a big affair. It's not a national holiday. Not yet. (Season 1 episode Quadrangle of Love)
    • September 15
        • Date of the 4th Annual San Dimas Battle of the Bands at the San Dimas Civic Auditorium, where Bill & Ted perform most excellent music.
    • September 16
        • "I'm at fault, I'm a loser, best believe I've heard it all, from the girl of my dreams that I married in the fall." (song September 16)
    • September 17
        • Date Elisa rips off the daily wall calendar. Daily Thought on the back of the page: Time is but a river flowing from our past.
    • September 18
        • Tree's birthday, which she re-lives over and over and over, dying at the end of each day.
        • September 18 - Tree's birthday, which she re-lives over and over and over, dying at the end of each day.
    • September 19
        • Robert inspects Susan's belongings after she is attacked and killed in Brussels, including her mobile phone.
    • September 20
        • Unification Day, an annual holiday commemorating the day when the Unification War between the Union of Allied Planets and Independents ended, and the outer planets came under the control of the Alliance, is celebrated on September 20. While the actual date was not mentioned during the episode Shindig, it was later confirmed by actor Nathan Fillion.
    • September 21
        • Love was changing the minds of pretenders, while chasing the clouds away on the the 21st night of September. (Song: September)
    • September 22
        • I remember, date and time, September 22nd Sunday, twenty-five after nine. In the doorway with your case, no longer shouting at each other, there were tears on our faces... (Song: The Day You Went Away)
    • September 23
        • On the road this morning, on the 23rd of September, the sun is shining, the sun in shining... (Song: "The 23rd of September")
        • Jill Valentine was suspended from the police force on September 23, reported in several local Raccoon City newspapers, including The Raccoon City Times (S.T.A.R.S. Cop Jill Valentine Disgraced), The Raccoon Dispatch (S.T.A.R.S. Star Suspended) and The Raccoon Tribune (S.T.A.R.S. Officers Under Suspension).
        • Date of concert in Manhattan advertised on Norman's Case poster on the wall in Robert and Barbara's daughter Maggie's room. (Season 2 episode A Human Face)
    • September 26
        • Prince Nuada attacks an auction at Blackwood's in Manhattan, seeking part of the Royal Crown of Bethmoora, needed to control the Golden Army.
    • September 28
        • A joint or two just hangin' out the window in September, on the 28th I'll be dethroned and sent to clean up my act - 4 months in a penitentiary where I can read and think I'll make it home. (Song: Even Fairy Tale Characters Would Be Jealous / Album: The Frequency E.P.)
        • Beatrix's birthday, which Harold uses as part of his computer password (Beatrix928).
    • September 29
        • When Sam visits Charles at the Willow Glen Nursing Home, he checks the visitor sign-in sheet on his way out. The names Todd Reeder and Sven Duweulion are listed for 9/29.
        • Date that a report was released in which findings were made public regarding the product Endexoprene being hazardous to children. (Episode The H Word)
    • September 30
        • Date of Dee's video diary entry that Charlie finds and posts online. "Hey, diary. It's me. It's Thursday, September I'm alone, of course, again. And I just had a little bit too much ice cream..." (Season 4 episode America's Next Top Paddy's Billboard Model Contest)
        • When Sam visits Charles at the Willow Glen Nursing Home, he checks the visitor sign-in sheet on his way out. The names Allison McCreedy, Josh Daves and James Smith are listed for 9/30.
    • October 1
        • Oh buy the corned beef if you must, the pickled herring you can trust, and the lox puts you in orbit AOK. But that big hunk of liverwurst has been there since October First, and today is the Twenty-Third of May. (Song: "Shticks of One and a Half a Dozen of the Other" / Album: My Son, the Celebrity)
        • Cigarettes and innocence are scattered on the floor. It's the first of October and the summer is gone. You can't walk away and try claim that none of this was real. Sometimes autumn is confusing and I know exactly how you feel. (Song: Summer Is Gone)
    • October 3
        • I don't want to lose myself, and I don't want to lose you. I don't want to be hanging upside down. I don't want to be interrogated by the truth. (Song: 3rd of October)
    • October 4
        • Wednesday, October the 4th, that's when we got our day in court. That lady destroyed my case when she came in a wheelchair and a neck brace. (Song: You Saw My Blinker)
    • October 9
        • Date Elisa rips off the daily wall calendar, revealing October 10, the date she planned to take the amphibian man to the docks. Daily Thought on the back of the page: Life is but the shipwreck of our plans.
        • Federation Day, the annual holiday commemorating the founding of the United Federation of Planets, is celebrated on October 11. (from newspaper clipping in the Picard family album)
    • October 12
        • Entry in the LOGBOOK of the Belafonte by Capt. Zissou: "October 12. Estaban and I explore the blue reefs beyond the peninsula. Fluorescent Snapper unexpectedly appear in the shallows, extremely rare at this depth."
        • Joker begins on Thursday, October 15, with Arthur Fleck having his retail sign stolen, and then being beat up after chasing the guys that stole it.
    • October 18
        • Ross' birthday, which Joey writes on the hospital form when Ross breaks his thumb. (Season 9 episode The One Where Emma Cries)
    • October 19
        • According to the Lord of the Rings, the dwarf holiday Durin's Day is celebrated on the first day of the last moon of Autumn on the threshold of Winter. But in The History of the Hobbit, Tolkien identifies the exact date as October 19.
    • October 20
        • Date that Ross and Carol consummated their physical relationship. (Season 1 episode The One with George Stephanopoulis)
    • October 25
        • Phoebe Buffay's half-brother Frank's birthday. (Season 3 episode The One With Frank Jr.)
    • October 30
        • Date from narration in Julius Moomer's new production The Tragic Cycle, ghostwritten by William Shakespeare: "On October 30, the gardener's wife returned to the scene of the crime. The police had already arrived, and, once again, the Federal Bureau of Investigation... " (Episode The Bard)
        • Date of Expiration on the team's IDs, shown following their disastrous Bolivia mission and their deaths are faked.
        • Springwart's School of Magicry hosts a magic fair called Spellzapoppin' Magic Recital on Halloween Night. (Season 13 episode Treehouse of Horror XII - segment Wiz Kids)
        • May dresses in a homemade costume resembling her doll Suzie, slits Polly's throat with a pair of surgical scalpels, stabs Ambrosia in the temples, and then murders Adam and his new girlfriend at his house with scalpels. Back at home, she creates a life-sized patchwork doll named Amy made from the punk's arms that she killed the day before, Polly's neck, Ambrosia's legs, Adam's hands, his girlfriend's ears, Lupe's fur for the hair, and her own lazy eye.
        • Greg Pikitis vandalizes the Pawnee Parks and Recreation offices on Halloween Day. Crappy halloweiners! (Season 2 episode Greg Pikitis)
        • The movie takes place on October 31st in Salem, Massachusetts, when Sandler's character, the town eccentric Hubie Dubois finds himself in the midst of a murder investigation.
        • It may not be October 31st in the real world, but it's Halloween in Westview, New Jersey! Wanda and Pietro take the twins trick or treating. Vision ventures outside the Hex. (Season 1 episode All-new Halloween Spooktacular!)
    • November 1
        • It may not be November 1st in the real world, but it's the day after Halloween in Westview, New Jersey. WNDA radio station DJ RJ: Good morning Westviewians. Thanks for tuning in to WNDA. I hope your little ghosts arrived home safe last night. It's always such a treat to see those creepy kiddos out and about once a year. Later on, wellhead some tips on how to resist the temptation of all that leftover candy - or just eat it all. (Season 1 episode Breaking the Fourth Wall)
        • Jeffrey Anderson stars as Willy Loman in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman at the Opa-Locka Steak Playhouse from November 3 thru December 21.
    • November 5
        • Lisa competes in the Spellympics in Calgary, and the day before Krusty Burger's Ribwich Tour visits San Francisco. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • November 6
        • Lisa loses the Spellympics in Calgary when she spells intransigence with an 'A' instead of an 'E'. Also the day that Krusty Burger's Ribwich Tour is supposed to visit San Francisco - but Krusty shows up to announce that the Ribwich is no more, as the animal they made it from is now extinct. Not a cow or pig. Think smaller, and more legs. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • November 9
        • Multi-Platinum selling rapper Gun Rack accused of killing Darnell Williams. (Season 5 episode Killer Concept Album)
        • Nyles is stuck in an infinite time loop on the day of his girlfriend Misty's sister's wedding in Palm Springs.
    • November 10
        • Carl uses the word for November 10 from his Word-a-day calendar at lunch in the power plant cafeteria: I concur. The word on the calendar is conquer. (Season 11 episode Homer vs. Dignity)

        • The day after Nyles' girlfriend Misty's sister's wedding in Palm Springs. After finally escaping their infinite time loop, Nyles and Misty's sister Sarah are caught floating in the swimming pool of a family that's been on vacation.
    • November 12
        • Date of the Springfield Elementary School talent show, marked on the Miss Atomic Pile calendar on the wall in Homer's office at the nuclear power plant. (Season 3 episode Lisa's Pony)

        • Date that Jimmy mentions to Francesca when he's packing up his stuff to disappear and she's shredding his documents in the flash forward scene, when she agrees to be at a phone booth to receive a call. (Season 4 episode Quite a Ride)
    • November 14
        • We can never remember the things we always forget. Things like polyester pants and shoes don't make it easy to remember. Was it here or yesterday, or wasn't it the 14th of November? (Song: "Things In My Life" / Album: Rhythm of Youth)
    • November 17
        • Wookiee Life Day, an annual holiday on the Wookiee home planet Kashyyyk, is celebrated on November 17 because The Star Wars Holiday Special aired on November 17, 1978.

        • You know I remember the 23rd of November, to the abyss of Chicago you can see the barbed wire, pigs around a lot of nothin'. The witch hunters wail and they bark and they wheeze and they try to turn us onto their poison. (Song: "Hijack" / Album: Blows Against the Empire)
    • November 25
        • Date of the Air Show at the U.S. Air Force Base where Sideshow Bob escapes. (Season 7 episode Sideshow Bob's Last Gleamings)
        • District Attorney's office Coach Bert pedophilia investigation report: "9am. Coach Bert wakes up and goes to the bathroom sitting down. He does not wash his hands. 9:09am. Coach Bert goes to the kitchen and makes himself breakfast, at no point washing his hands." (Host Steve Buscemi, sketch Coach Bert)
    • December 1
        • Now the First of December was covered with snow and so was the Turnpike from Stockbridge to Boston. (Song: "Sweet Baby James")
        • When Jack gives Natalie the money, he tells her to meet him - May 1st in Phoenix, at the Holiday Diner. If he's not there, he tells her to try every six months. May 1st, December 1st.
    • December 2
        • Wayne Haas kills his first victim. Hospital records show that Ben Kohler could not be the killer, because he was in surgery and recovery for the first two killings. (Season 1 episode Living Hell)
    • December 5 New record added 5/28/2021
        • David Aames: "I attended the monthly board meeting with the seven dwarfs by video hookup. Oh, baby. This was war. My father was an adventurer. I grew stronger in ways I've never known before. And on December 5, my planes filled the sky. The return of David James Jr. Citizen Dildo."
        • The Overseer and The Horde battle to the death in the parking lot of Raven Hill Memorial Hospital. Also, new skyscraper the Osaka Tower, called a "A True Marvel", opens in Philadelphia.
    • December 8
        • Billy and Freddy buy beer and thwart a convenience store robbery. Freddy records video proof of Billy's bullet immunity.
    • December 10
        • Wayne Haas kills his second victim. Hospital records show that Ben Kohler could not be the killer, because he was in surgery and recovery for the first two killings. (Season 1 episode Living Hell)
    • December 12
        • Date that user TZ512 posts a comment on an internet discussion board.
    • December 13
        • Date that user FrancisWallace posts a comment on an internet discussion board suggesting that The Overseer's powers are real.
    • December 16
        • The Feast of Winter Veil, the festival during which players eat treats, throw snowballs, and receive gifts, is celebrated on December 16, and features the World of Warcraft version of Santa Claus, Greatfather Winter.
        • December 16th, a part of me died. Part of me stayed strong but a part of me cried. Pardon me on the song while I'm spilling my pain, a part of me getting weak when they mention your name. (Song: Triple F Outro)
    • December 17
        • Australian Christmas, the annual holiday when Australian children make weapons and hats for Old Nick, a crotchety old man who lives at the South Pole, is celebrated on December 17.
    • December 21
        • Bart gets caught shoplifting the new Bonestorm video game from Try-N-Save. (Season 7 episode Marge Be Not Proud)
        • Jeffrey Anderson stars as Willy Loman in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman at the Opa-Locka Steak Playhouse from November 3 thru December 21.
        • Captain Lee, originally scheduled to depart Camp Blackhorse in Afghanistan to be home for Christmas, but she is delayed by the NSA. (Season 1 episode Bob)
    • December 23
        • Festivus, the annual anti-Christmas holiday consisting of a dinner, an unadorned aluminum pole instead of a Christmas Tree, an Airing of Grievances, and a demonstration of Feats of Strength, is celebrated on on December 23. (Season 9 episode The Strike)
        • The Festivus holiday from Seinfeld becomes a reality in Tiger and Wolf's desolate future. (Season 1 episode Girth, Wind & Fire)
    • December 24
        • Christmas Eve. Ralph comes home with potato salad, but Alice is unhappy because it's from Devito's instead of Krauss's. She sends him back out to get the potato salad from the right store. (episode Christmas Party)
        • It was Christmas Eve babe, in the drunk tank an old man said to me, won't see another one. And then he sang a song, The Rare Old Mountain Dew. I turned my face away and dreamed about you. (Song: Fairytale in New York / Album: If I Should Fall from Grace with God)
        • It was December 24th on Hollis ave in the dark, when I see a man chilling with his dog in the park. I approached very slowly with my heart full of fear, looked at his dog, oh my god, an ill reindeer. (song Christmas in Hollis)
        • "My best friend died a lonely man in some Palm Springs hotel room, I got the call last Christmas Eve, and they told me the news. I tried all night not to break down and cry..." (song: Something to Believe In / album Flesh and Blood)
        • Homer takes his mall Santa pay to Springfield Downs and bets on Santa's Little Helper. (Season 1 episode Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire)
        • Homer and Marge visit Try-N-Save to buy Christmas gift for the kids. (Season 9 episode Miracle on Evergreen Terrace)
        • Homer, Bart and Lisa steal all the Funzo toys from their neighbors. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)
        • Christmas hobgoblins attack the North Pole in movie The Christmas that Almost Wasn't But Then Was. (Season 12 episode Skinner's Sense of Snow)
        • After Lisa turns away from the church, the Simpsons attempt to trick her into celebrating Christmas with their plan called "Operation Xmas-Remind of-How Good is". (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
        • Under the impression that the residents of Springfield would be happier without presents, Homer steals all the presents in town. (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
        • After losing his wife to cancer, Chicago architect Sam Baldwin's 8 year-old son Jonah calls in to a radio talk show.
        • Christmas Eve. Calypso 's Twisted Metal contest destroys the City of Angels. Down below, life comes to a halt, as survivors struggle to stay alive.
        • Chicago subway station bombing, NSA starts to deactivate Bob, but Captain Lee intervenes. A liberated Bob plays Santa Claus. (Season 1 episode Bob)
        • Jackie Torrance tells the kid a story about a family being gassed in their house, just a freak accident, supposedly. A cracked furnace case. They all died in their sleep on Christmas Eve. (Season 1 episode Harvest)
    • December 25
        • Holiday Number 11 is an annual holiday celebrated on December 25. (episode Vanessa 38-24-36).
        • And I see forests and it's the 25th of December, and my old man plays the piano for Christmas. He plays the piano for Christmas. (Song: 25th December / Album: Amplified Heart)
        • Springfield discount store Try-N-Save is open. "In honor of the birth of our savior, Try-N-Save is open all day Christmas." (Season 7 episode Marge Be Not Proud)
        • When confronted by angry residents in the town square, Homer gives back all the presents he stole the night before. Moe falls from the top of a building during his annual suicide threat. (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
        • The U.S. government declares December 25 "We Hate Springfield Day". (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
        • Refrigerator Day, also known as Fridge Day, an annual holiday celebrating the invention of the refrigerator, is celebrated on December 25 (episode Refrigerator Day).
    • December 26
        • Date Phoebe tells Rachel her roommate Denise will be back. (Season 6 episode The One With Joey's Porsche)
    • December 31
        • Tonight's another chance to start again. It's just another New Year's Eve, another night like all the rest. (Song: It's Just Another New Year's Eve)
        • The town of Springfield celebrates New Year's Eve with a faulty ball drop in the town store. (Season 9 episode Trouble with Trillions)

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