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What started out as the ultimate compendium of fake businesses and products now contains many new categories that don't fit the original description... but we just can't bring ourselves to change the name.
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Category Filter: DEPARTMENT STORES (76)

  • Department Stores
    • Ballinger Department Store
        • Department store in Gotham City.
    • Bidwell's
        • Maris' favorite store, where Roz buys perfume (Season 6 episode Roz, A Loan)
    • Biggie Superstore
        • Department store in Mapleton mentioned in various episodes, also known as "The Biggie". They sell Aforda baby dolls.
    • Bloomfield's
        • Department store where Elaine's new communist boyfriend Ned tells Kramer seasonal Santa Clauses are making twice as much as at Coleman's, where Kramer is working as Santa. (Season 6 episode The Race)
    • Bloomingduck's
        • Duckworld version of Bloomingdale's. Howard has a store charge card in his wallet.
    • Brumbach's Department Store
        • Jump way back to one day outside Brumbach's Department Store where people are stopped to watch somebody's dog lift its leg on the Nativity scene, Evie and me included.
    • Casper's Department Store
        • Where Paul Randolph steals provisions from before disappearing into Black Ridge Woods - (Episode 3 - Manhunt)
    • Coleman's Department Store
        • Department store where Kramer gets a job as a seasonal Santa Claus, and his friend Mickey gets a job as his elf. (Season 6 episode The Race)
    • Costington's
        • Department store in Springfield, from various episodes.
        • Homer shops for a monogrammed shirt after changing his name to Max Power. (Season 10 episode Homer to the Max)
        • Homer buys toys for the children of Springfield. (Season 11 episode Homer vs. Dignity)
        • New sponsor of Reverend Lovejoy's church after he agrees to let Mr. Burns to run the church like a business. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
        • Newspaper ad. "Men's dress slacks at low prices!" (Season 14 episode Moe Baby Blues)
        • Homer and the volunteer fire department attend to a fire at Costington's. (Season 18 episode Crook and Ladder)
        • Homer, Bart and Lisa pass while Mother's Day shopping. "I could get Marge a new window!" (Season 15 The Fat and the Furriest)
        • Homer buys Marge earrings for an anniversary gift. (Season 15 episode Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore)
        • The Simpsons go shopping. Sign that originally says "Downtown's last gasp of class" changes to "Downtown's last gas of ass" when a homeless man bumps into it. (Season 15 The Wandering Juvie)
        • Shopping bags on the table in the movie Left Below, a parody of Left Behind, about the rapture. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
        • Car crashes through the front window when chaos breaks out in Springfield following Orson Welles' War of the Worlds hoax. (Season 18 episode Treehouse of Horror XVII - segment The Day the Earth Looked Stupid)
        • Marge buys a new dress for Bart's championship little league game. (Season 18 episode The Boys of Bummer)
        • Homer goes out to lunch with Costington's salesman Trent Steel. (Season 10 episode Homer to the Max)
        • Springfield store seen while residents sing about Christmas Eve. (Season 17 episode Simpsons Christmas Stories)
        • In Professor Frink's vision of the future, when Lisa breaks up with a juiced up 'roid raging Milhouse throws a trashcan through the Costington's plate glass window. Inside, there are signs advertising a hybrid animal called a dogcat. "Surprise her with a dogcat" (Season 16 episode Future-Drama)
        • Homer's bid for a pro football team in Springfield involves the team name The Springfield Meltdowns, and a new stadium called The Duff Beer Krusty Burger Buzz Cola Costington's Department Store Kwik-E-Mart Stupid Flanders Park. When Abe nukes the deal by assaulting the pro football commissioner, the town votes to turn the stadium into a bullfighting arena called Springfield Estadio de Toros. (Season 17 episode Million-Dollar Abie)
        • Gil is working as a department store Santa at Costington's. Christmas presents at Hanukkah prices. (Season 18 episode Kill Gil, Volumes I & II)
        • Lenny and Carl crash their cars into Costington's, inadvertently starting a riot complete with looting from various businesses in Springfield during a blackout. (Season 13 Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge)
        • Marge goes shopping, catching Moe spying on her when she’s in the changing room. (Season 19 episode I Don’t Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings)
        • When Homer becomes a mattress salesman at Costington's, he recommends the Snugulux nay Matrimonium to Reverend Lovejoy. (Season 18 episode The Boys of Bummer)
        • Department store that comes up with the new holiday Love Day, to get people to buy more stuff. "Over a Century Without a Slogan" (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
    • Dattelbaum's Department Stores
        • Department store, sponsor of the Church of the Revelation's hymn Happy Faces Uplifted. "Heavenly messages, another commercial, and the awarding of door prizes. Then a second hymn, Happy Faces Uplifted, was sponsored by Dattelbaum's Department Stores where the Saved Shop in Safety since no merchandise is offered which competes with a sponsored brand-a children's Happy Room in each branch supervised by a Saved sister."
    • Dicker's Department Store
        • Where fountain murder victim worked as a window dresser (2-11 Window Dressed to Kill)
    • DuPray Mercantile
        • Department store in DuPray, South Carolina next door to the sheriff's office where Orphan Annie sometimes slept on an air mattress in the alley.
    • Fordman's Department Store
        • Whitney's father's store. (Season 1 episode Leech) Seen in Main Street in various episodes, including during the flashback to 1961. (Season 3 episode Relic)
    • The Gimbel Brothers
        • Department store where Five visits Dolores. Filmed at the Treasure Hunt shop in Waterdown, just outside of Hamilton, Canada.
    • Grimms Department Store
        • Store that gives Major Charles Rane the box of silver dollars, one for every day he was in Hanoi's hell hole.
    • Monkey-Ward's
        • Fake department store Frasier makes joke about at Sam's expense: "With your $90 credit limit I can go hog wild at Monkey-Ward's" (Season 8 episode 12 Norm and Cliff's Excellent Adventure)
    • Nagel's
        • Department store where Norm takes a seasonal job as Santa Claus (Season 6 episode 12 Christmas Cheers)
    • Redfield's Department Store
        • It turns out that the Redfield's Department Store Santa's real name is John Stevens, and he's a patient of Dr. Peter Green at the Winwood Psychiatric Center. (Season 1 episode Santa Goes Downtown)
    • St Claire's Department Store
        • There's an advertisement for St. Claire's on the newspaper Vincent/Kevin is reading in Princess Carolyn's apartment (Season 2 episode After the Party)
    • Summerville Department Stores
        • Seen on truck during Fisk's escape in the last episode of season 1 - one of his front companies apparently.
    • Wentworth's
        • Wanda and Vision buy Quality Baby Crib from Wentworth's department store. (Season 1 episode Now in Color) Visible in the background during flashback showing Agnes controlling the magic act. (Season 1 episode Breaking the Fourth Wall) Visible in background. (Season 1 episode The Series Finale)
    • Youngman's
        • Department store that fires their human Santa and replaces him with a machine. The fired Santa escapes from holding and takes an hostage. (Season 9 episode Santa on the Lam)

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