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  • Department, Discount and General Stores
    • 100 Cent Store
        • Store next door in Season 6 episode Glued, Where's My Bob?. Tribute to the episode being the 100th of the series. 1% off sale.
    • 33¢ Store
        • After attending Chuck Garabedian's Mega-Savings Seminar, the Simpsons take his advice to squeeze every penny, and start shopping at the 33¢ store. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • 66¢ Store
        • Attempting to squeeze every penny to save up for their vacation, the Simpsons pass the 99¢ store and the 66¢ store on their way to the 33¢ store. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • 99¢ Store
        • Attempting to squeeze every penny to save up for their vacation, the Simpsons pass the 99¢ store and the 66¢ store on their way to the 33¢ store. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo) Store across the street from Pone, Pelts and Beyond where Bart and Nelson buy lard pone and egg pone, from the Singing Hobo's Tom and Huck story. (Season 12 episode Simpson Tall Tales)
    • Abelman's Dry Goods
        • Customer of Levy Pants that complains that the last shipment of trousers had pants only two feet long in the leg. Ignatius takes it upon himself to write Mr. Abelman a letter.
    • Al And Moe's Discount Store
        • The store that Madame Ruby can see over Pee-Wees shoulder that gives her the idea that Pee-Wees bike is at the Alamo in Texas.
    • Ames Central General Store
        • Store where a young Kate Austen gets caught stealing and Jacob bails her out. (Season 5 episode The Incident)
    • Arnold’s Army Surplus Store
        • A defendant stole merchandise from this army surplus store. (Season 3 episode The Mugger)
    • Ballinger Department Store
        • Department store in Gotham City.
    • Barely Legal Pawn (store)
        • Pawn shop and puppy bathing business from a short film created to promote Audi of America's sponsorship of the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards, featuring Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
    • 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.
    • Bishop's Pawn Shop
        • Pawn shop where Billy fakes a break-in to lure the cops so he can use their cruiser's computer to find his mother's address.
    • 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.
    • Bradford General Store
        • Store in Bradford, New Hampshire where Andy buys supplies while hiding out on Tashmore Pond.
    • 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.
    • C-Mart
        • G.I.Joe version of K-Mart. Brand of jockey shorts the worker at Malaprop Gardens construction site is wearing, what tells the Joes that he is American. (Issue #116 Destro Must Die!)
    • Callahan's Thrifty Lot
        • Discount store in downtown Castle Rock. (Season 1 episode Henry Deaver)
    • Cash & Coin Pawn Shop
        • Pawn shop job that goes wrong, and Standard gets shot and killed. Filmed at the Elks Lodge off of the Sierra Highway in Santa Clarita.
    • Casper's Department Store
        • Where Paul Randolph steals provisions from before disappearing into Black Ridge Woods - (Episode 3 - Manhunt)
    • Cheltenham General Store
        • Store that Sarah, Felix and Kira steal from in Season 2 episode Mingling Its Own Nature With It.
    • Circus Of Values
        • Discount store where Homer goes Christmas shopping where nothing over $5. (Season 1 episode Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire) Discount store where Milhouse's father took him and bought him an oversized novelty billiard ball that predicts the future - parody of a Magic 8 Ball. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • 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.
        • 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)
        • 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)
        • 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, 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)
        • Homer goes out to lunch with Costington's salesman Trent Steel. (Season 10 episode Homer to the Max)
        • 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)
        • 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)
        • Springfield store seen while residents sing about Christmas Eve. (Season 17 episode Simpsons Christmas Stories)
        • 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)
    • 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)
    • Discount Bonanza!
        • Discount store in Blissfield where Millie and her friends hide.
    • Discount Store
        • Generic store in Bronson, Missouri, a town populated by Charles Bronson look-alikes. (Season 13 episode The Old Man and the Key)
    • 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.
    • Flash-Hank's Junk Yard
        • Where Big Daddy interrogates one of Genovese's associates, Cheadle, getting names and addresses before Hit-Girl kills the man inside a car compactor.
    • 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)
    • Frankie's Famous 24-hour Pawn Shop
        • Pawn shop where Jeri tracks down some of her stolen belongings. (Season 2 episode AKA Pray for my Patsy)
    • French's General Store
        • Store on Main Street in Wayward Pines. Named after the producer Ron French perhaps?
        • Store in Springfield. (Season 6 episode Bart's Comet) Store across the street from the Springfield Historical Society. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Iconoclast) Generic store in the Simpsons version of Joshua Logan's Paint Your Wagon. (Season 9 episode All Singing All Dancing) General store in the Wild West ghost town Bloodbath Gulch. (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble) Generic business in an old black and white Buck McCoy western movie. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Grandma's World
        • Store where Abe Simpson buys his new girlfriend a birthday present, after not finding anything at Herman's Military Antiques. "For the old lady in all of us" (Season 2 episode Old Money)
    • Grasshopper
        • From live version of The End... Jim finds a moth on the stage, but he thinks it's a grasshopper. "I think I'll open a little shop, a little place where they sell things and I think I'll call it Grasshopper. I'll have a big green grasshopper out there…"
    • 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.
    • Guadalupe Dollar Store
        • Flea market where Dexter tracks his latest victim, a young man living in a halfway house, shopping for a new hunting knife for his next kill. (Season 1 episode Popping Cherry)
    • Gus' Smoke Shop
        • Store where Kramer tries to sell the cigar store Indian that Jerry bought for Elaine. (Season 5 episode The Cigar-Store Indian)
    • Hocksville, Tennessee
        • Pawn shop in Knoxville where Bart and his friends attempt to sell Milhouse's glasses for cash, but Milhouse breaks a bunch of bottles and the clerk keeps the money. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • Housing Works Thrift Shop
        • Thrift shop where George attempts to sell the impressionist painting book that he took into the bathroom at Brentano's bookstore. (Season 9 episode The Bookstore)
    • Joe's Thrift Shop
        • Thrift shop in Springfield that Bart skateboards past in the rain on his way home from school. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Jumbo's Discount Barn
        • Discount store in Springfield that Bart skateboards past in the rain on his way home from school. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Kristoff Pawn
        • Pawn shop where Jimmy buys bagpipes to play at work, part of his attempt to get fired instead of having to quite and getting to keep his signing bonus. (Season 2 episode Inflatable)
    • L. G. Murphy & Co. General Store
        • No description available
    • Lambert's Store
        • Where feral dogs hang out looking for food Season 3 episode 2 Stay. Where child goes missing in Season 4 episode 4 Lost and Found.
    • Lannings
        • General store after Andrew Lanning, co-creator of the 2008 Guardians of the Galaxy comic book that rebooted the team and provided the template for the movies - from a scene in St. Charles, Missouri, the town where Ego romances Peter Quill's mother, that ended up on the cutting room floor (Director James Gunn had originally planned to hide several Easter eggs in the form of stores named after a Marvel Comics artist or writer important to Guardians lore, or after something in the Marvel Universe itself).
    • A Little Bit Of Lenny
        • Lenny's arts and crafts stand at the Springfield Chili Cook-off. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Ma & Pa's
        • Store in downtown Terror Lake, where the Simpsons relocate as part of the FBI's Witness Relocation Program. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare)
    • Mallmart
        • Probably Walmart, but Erasmus can't remember the name of the store they went to - he calls it Waymart, and Mallmart.
    • McKay General Store
        • The name of the store in the TV commercial where a young man driving a locksmith truck goes into a country store to buy condoms, then drives to pick up a girl, whose father turns out to be the owner of the general store. "Levis: Watch pocket created in 1873. Abused ever since."
    • Melvald's General Store
        • Store in Hawkins, Indiana, from various episodes. (Season 2 episode Chapter One: MADMAX)
    • Miller’s Pawn Shop New record added 10/3/2021
        • Peter checks out an engagement ring in the window.
    • Molie's
        • Molie ran a Dock Street hockshop where a fellow with enough bucks to spread around could buy a police-special move-along, a full-choke riot gun, a submachine gun, heroin, Push, cocaine, drag disguises, a styroflex pseudo-woman, a real whore if you were too strapped to afford styroflex, the current address of one of three floating crap-games, the current address of a swinging Perverto Club, or a hundred other illegal items. If Molie didn't have what you wanted, he would order it for you.
    • 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)
    • Needful Things
        • Vintage thrift store that sells Twilight Zone Ray Bradbury Friday the 13th: The Series voodoo crap magic (episode 1-9 Something Ricked This Way Comes)
    • Norworth & Bayes
        • Decrepit general store in the abandoned Westworld theme park.
    • Outpost
        • Trading post on the map of the desert world. (Season 3 episode Desert Storm)
    • Pawn
        • Generic pawn shop from various episodes.
        • Generic pawn near Dexter Colt’s office, the private investigator that Moe recommends to Homer to find out more about Lisa, the guy that Moe uses whenever he’s gotta know something about a broad. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
        • Generic pawn shop on the wrong side of the tracks where Bart ends up after running away from Thanksgiving dinner. (Season 2 episode Bart vs. Thanksgiving)
        • Multiple generic pawn shops, from various episodes.
        • Pawn shop near the Springfield Men's Mission, where the Simpsons go looking for Duffman, after he was replaced as spokesperson for Duff by Santa's Little Helper. (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
        • Homer pawns the family's Motorola TV to pay for family counseling. (Season 1 episode There's No Disgrace Like Home)
        • Generic pawn shop. (Season 8 episodes Burns, Baby Burns)
        • Generic pawn shop. (Season 6 episode Bart's Girlfriend)
        • Generic pawn shop. (Season 12 episode Treehouse of Horror XI - segment G-G-Ghost D-D-Dad)
        • Generic pawn shop. (Season 11 episode Days of Wine and D'oh'ses)
        • Generic pawn shop. (Season 8 episode Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment)
        • Generic pawn shop in the background. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child)
        • Generic pawn shop that Homer, Bart and Lisa pass while Mother's Day shopping. "Her wedding china back?" (Season 15 The Fat and the Furriest)
        • Generic pawn shop in the background when Homer gives back all the presents he stole from the residents of Springfield the night before. (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
        • Generic pawn shop in Las Vegas, near the Vic Tayback Motel and Casino. (Season 17 episode The Last of the Red Hot Mamas)
    • Precious Baby Discount Store
        • Company that buys Homer's brother Herb's Baby Translator invention. (Season 3 episode Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?)
    • Price Busters
        • Store where Martin finds the wine rack he buys for Niles (Season 4 episode Our Father Whose Art Ain't Heaven)
        • Store in Bridgeville discussed as option for a food run by the folks trapped in the mall (Episode The Law of Nature)
    • Quantity Plus
        • Arrested Development version of Costco or Sam's Club where Michael makes Lucille shop when he takes away her paycheck from the Bluth Company (Season 1)
    • 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)
    • Ritz Merchandise Company
        • Storefront visible when Damon, hopped up on Decimide, chases Quinn and Rembrandt on the pharmacotherapy world. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • Roger’s Junkyard
        • Junkyard where the boys find the seat for their spaceship.
    • Roxxcart
        • Vast superstore in Haven Hills, Alabama - wiped out by a devastating Category 8 hurricane in 2050. (Season 1 episode The Variant)
    • Rudy's antique boutique
        • Used vintage clothing store where Kramer got his pants. (Season 5 episode The Raincoats)
    • Save 'N Save
        • Discount store that Sheila mentions. "I went to the new Save 'n Save, bought two burner phones, these bracelets, and a pair of barbecue tongs, all for only $38." (Season 2 episode Halibut!)
    • Shop On The Corner
        • Seen in downtown Haven in Season 3 episode 4 Over My Head.
    • Shop-and-Save
        • Discount store that David's wife Steff mentions, where he may have to go if the power's off in Bridgton. (story The Mist)
    • SHØP
        • Danish super chain store where Little Miss Springfield winner Amber Dempsey makes an appearance - and gets struck by lightning. (Season 4 Lisa the Beauty Queen) Swedish furniture store, parody of IKEA. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Smoke Damage Outlet Store
        • How often have you driven by a fire and thought, how can this benefit me? Well, think no more, and drive down to the Smoke Damage Outlet Store. Where there's smoke, there's bargains. (Season 17 episode Homer's Paternity Coot)
    • Sprawl Mart
        • The Simpsons version of Wal-Mart where Homer, Bart and Lisa do Mother's Day shopping. "They've got everything, even Christian videos with talking vegetables." (Season 15 The Fat and the Furriest)
        • Homer replaces Abe as a greeter. "Not a parody of Wal Mart", "Don't watch 60 minutes this week", "If you worked here, you'd be poor by now" (Season 16 episode On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister)
    • 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 in season 2 episode After the Party.
    • Stock Surplus
        • Company that Alice brings in to buy all of the mirrors that TelAmeriCorp was not able to sell. (Season 5 episode Peyote it Forward)
    • Summerville Department Stores
        • Seen on truck during Fisk's escape in the last episode of season 1 - one of his front companies apparently.
    • Supa Saver Discount Store
        • Discount store in Springfield, visible when Mayor Quimby declares the new holiday, Flaming Moe's Day. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Super Buck Store
        • Discount store next door to Gold Galore, the store where the Boys are hiding out. (Season 2 episode The Big Ride)
    • Super Swap
        • Discount store that Skylar mentions while giving Walt a hand job, where she picked up a vase she sells on eBay. (Pilot episode)
    • Swamp's End General Store
        • General store in the dark creepy swamp where the gang ends up after taking a short cut following their fishing trip. (Season 1 episode Which Witch is Which?)
    • Thrift King New record added 10/10/2021
        • Thrift store on Wells Drive, where Ollie finds the futon he's looking for.
    • Thrift Thrift Thrift
        • Thrift store where Adam and Amanda find a copy of musician Ben Branson's Live at Great Woods album. (Season 1 episode Matchmaker)
    • Thrifty Mart
        • After hanging out at Circle K, asking people questions about famous historical figures, Ted suggests moving on to Thrifty Mart - that's when Rufus shows up.
    • Trader Pete's
        • In a flashback revealing how Bart got head lice, he is seen playing with a monkey over at Milhouse's house, with Milhouse explaining that they found the monkey passed out inside a wicker basket they bought at Trader Pete's. (Season 7 episode Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily)
    • Try-N-Save
        • Discount store in Springfield, from various episodes.
        • Bart gets caught shoplifting, and later the Simpsons get their family portrait taken. "In honor of the birth of our savior, Try-N-Save is open all day Christmas." (Season 7 episode Marge Be Not Proud)
        • Store Homer and Marge visit on Christmas Eve. (Season 9 episode Miracle on Evergreen Terrace)
        • The Simpsons go back to school shopping. "Catch Back-to-Schooliosis” (Season 10 episode Lard of the Dance)
        • Lisa tells shoppers to boycott Funzo. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)
        • Homer buys a headset for his new cell phone, a DVD player, snow-cone machine, fog machine and more. (Season 14 episode Brake My Wife, Please)
        • Bart resists growing up by riding the toy car out in front of the Try-N-Save. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Value Mart
        • Frasier: "I'm a bit of a camera buff myself. What's your trade? Photo journalist?" Bob: I take kids portraits at Value-Mart, where your dollar buys more! You know what? Why don't we talk about this over dinner? (Season 3 episode The Friend)
    • Walbogs
        • Parody of Wal-Mart, sellers of the Home Stenographer, the Wrap It Up box, and the Roots Special Edition DVD with outtakes.
    • Walk Through Wal-Mart
        • Fake tore from joke Sheriff Carter makes: "Well, he didn't buy his walk through walls machine at walk-through Wal-Mart." (Season 3 episode Phased and Confused)
    • Waymart
        • Probably Walmart, but Erasmus can't remember the name of the store they went to - he calls it Waymart, and Mallmart.
    • 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)
    • Windy City Pawn
        • Store in Chicago near Eleven's lost sister's gang's hideout. (Season 2 episode Chapter Seven: The Lost Sister)
    • Wool-man's Free Trade Center Market
        • "Garraty would have boggled at this earlier, but now he couldn't seem to care about anything except Jan and Freeport. The hands on his watch were racing along with a devilish life of their own. Only five miles out now. They had passed the Freeport town line. Somewhere up ahead Jan and his mother were already standing in front of Wool-man's Free Trade Center Market, as they had arranged it."
    • Zelnick’s Pawn Shop
        • Matt Murdock’s client has been accused of murdering the owner of Zelnick’s Pawn Shop. (Issue #141 Blind Justice)

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