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  • Dolls
    • Al Gore Doll
        • Toy that Martin buys with the gang's last ten bucks. Pull the string, and it says, "You are hearing me talk." (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • ALF Inflatable Doll
        • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network, from the Season 2 DVD menus. "Just like the real thing. ALF used one on Melmac to drive in the carpool lane."
    • ALF Plush Doll
        • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network, from the Season 2 DVD menus.
    • Baby I Have to Tinkle Doll
        • The name of the doll that Daphne's mum Gertrude has delivered to Jason at his junior high, the little boy she's feuding with (Season 10 Tales from the Crypt)
    • Backwoods Barbie
        • Dan's sister Donna mentions their parents refusing to buy her Backwoods Barbie when they were kids. (Season 8 episode A Family Affair Part 2)
    • Barbie Hoverport
        • Toy that Jeri, the receptionist at Kronish Laboraties, mentions to Josh, her equivalent of the hoverboard from her version of Back to the Future II, a clear indicator to Josh that even more has changed than he was aware since his trip to the past. (Season 1 episode A Riphole in Time)
    • Bedtime Krusty
        • Doll in Maggie's room. "Don't let the bedbugs bite. Krusty's Anti-Bedbug Spray sold separately. May contain poison. (Season 19 episode Midnight Cowboy)
    • Crying Tammy Doll
        • New doll developed by the Tieup Toy Corp, reference to Tammy Faye Bakker. "She's born again for Christmas" (Season 2 episode Sledge in Toyland)
    • Deputy Director Barbie
        • Toy Ron considers including in his portrait.Ron: "Which of these objects most represents women for this portrait? A pot? Or this Deputy Director Barbie? Isn't it adorable? She's got a little briefcase, her cell phone." (Season 2 episode Woman of the Year)
    • Funzo
        • Soft and cuddly toy with lots of firepower made by Kid First Industries. The first doll designed by children, for children, will all the profits going to children. "If you don't have Funzo, you're nothing." (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi) Bart shows Kodos his favorite toys. (Season 19 episode Treehouse of Horror XVIII - segment E.T. Go Home)
    • Graboid Doll
        • Nancy's idea for a new product - a doll you can take apart to see his insides, It's very educational. (episode The Key)
    • Gwendy
        • Christy's Barbie style dolls that the Commando Elite turn to for reinforcements. One of them is a "First Lady Gwendy". Tagline: She's very trendy.
    • Jim Halterman Bobblehead Doll
        • Bart shows Kodos his favorite toys, including his bobblehead doll of local car dealer Jim Halterman. (Season 19 episode Treehouse of Horror XVIII - segment E.T. Go Home)
    • Junior Homelander Cuddle Doll
        • Homelander doll. Your little hero will never be afraid with the Junior Homelander Cuddle Doll. "I'll always protect you." (Season 1 episode Cherry)
    • Katty Kathy
        • There are ten other bedrooms and some bathrooms, and I go room to room. Towels burn. Bathroom inferno! Chanel Number Five, it burns. Oil paintings of race horses and dead pheasants burn. The reproduction Oriental carpets burn. Evie's bad dried flower arrangements, they're these little tabletop infernos. Too cute! Evie's Katty Kathy doll, it melts, then it burns. Evie's collection of big carnival stuffedanimals - Cootie, Poochie, Pam-Pam, Mr. Bunnits, Choochie, Poo Poo, and Ringer - it's a fun-fur holocaust. Too sweet. Too precious.
    • Kitty Karry All
        • Wanda practices changing diapers on a Kitty Karry All, Cindy Brady's doll from The Brady Bunch. (Season 1 episode Now in Color)
    • Krusty the Clown Doll
        • Bart's toy Homer brings him when he's actually trapped in the well. (Season 3 episode Radio Bart) Local car dealer Jim Halterman bobblehead doll Bart shows Kodos his favorite toys. (Season 19 episode Treehouse of Horror XVIII - segment E.T. Go Home)
    • Krusty the Clown Talking Doll
        • Homer buys a talking Krusty the Clown doll for Bart from a store like the one from Gremlins where the guy bought Gizmo.(Season 4 episode Treehouse of Horror III - segment: Clown Without Pity)
    • Lie-detecting Doll
        • Tool Beth apparently asked Rick to create for her when she was a child - one of the many items that Rick pulls out of a box in the garage to prove to Beth just how disturbed of a child she was growing up. (Season 3 episode The ABC's of Beth)
    • Lisa Lionheart
        • New doll Lisa creates with the help of the original Malibu Stacy founder. Lisa's original name suggestion is Minerva, after the Roman goddess of wisdom. Name suggestions from Bart include Blabbermouth the Jerky Doll for Jerks, Wendy Windbag, Ugly Doris, Hortense, the Mule-Faced Doll, Loudmouth Lisa, and Stupid Lisa Garbage Face. (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy) Doll that Lisa created with the original Malibu Stacy founder that Marge finds in the attic and sells at the Evergreen Terrace Rummage Sale. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors)
    • Lord Huggington
        • When Marge gives Homer a toy bear Sir Loves-A-Lot for Love Day, he's disappointed it's not a Lord Huggington. (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
                                • The New Deluxe Baby Patriot Doll
                                    • Toy doll sold at the toy store on the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
                                • Oscar Overalls
                                    • Terry couldn't the popular Tommy Tuxedo doll when he was young so he had the knock-off Oscar Overalls. (Season 1 episode Triplet Homicide)
                                • Peacekeeper Barbie
                                    • Nickname Crichton gives to female Peacekeeper. (Season 1 episode The Hidden Memory)
                                • Poopsie the Clown
                                    • Toy advertised on home shopping type network on the Simpsons' new cable TV service. (Season 2 episode Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment)
                                • Princess Unicorn
                                    • Dwight buys up all the Princess Unicorn dolls, the hottest toy of the season, and sells them out of the office for $200 a piece. (Season 5 episode Moroccan Christmas)
                                • Sammy Spender Doll
                                    • Toy that the child on Arturo as Mall Santa's lap wants for Christmas on the Christmas shopping world. (Season 3 episode Season's Greetings)
                                • Sir Loves-A-Lot
                                    • When Marge gives Homer a toy bear Sir Loves-A-Lot for Love Day, he's disappointed it's not a Lord Huggington. (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
                                • Sledge Hammer Doll
                                    • Gift given to Sledge Hammer from the Tieup Toy Corp. (Season 2 episode Sledge in Toyland)
                                • Spaceballs: The Doll (Yogurt)
                                    • Spaceballs merchandise - Spaceballs themed doll. "May the schwartz be with you!"
                                • Suzy Talks-A-Lot
                                    • Talking doll. Buddy asks a little girl at the doctor's office what she wants for Christmas. Later, his brother Michael reads her wish on the air.
                                • Talking Krusty Doll!
                                    • Toy that Homer buys for Bart for his birthday. (Season 4 episode Treehouse of Horror III - segment: Clown Without Pity)
                                • Talky Tina
                                    • Doll that does everything, a lifelike creation of plastic and springs and painted smile.(Season 5 episode The Living Doll)
                                • Teddy Bear with Anatomically Correct Innards
                                    • Toy Beth apparently asked Rick to create for her when she was a child - one of the many items that Rick pulls out of a box in the garage to prove to Beth just how disturbed of a child she was growing up. (Season 3 episode The ABC's of Beth)
                                • Tickle Me Tolstoy Doll
                                    • Joke Frasier makes to Niles. Niles: "This better be a real emergency, Frasier. You pulled me away from the Gifted Infants Toy Expo." Frasier: "Yes, yes, you missed out on buying a Tickle Me Tolstoy doll." (Season 11 episode Coots and Ladders)
                                • Tickle-Me Hellmo
                                    • Doll from issue #1, parody of Elmo. First few levels of "tickle" responses: Level 1: Hellmo giggles when squeezed! Level 2: Vibrates with glee! Level 3: Hellmo begins to question the nature of the relationship: Why do you keep touching me?
                                • Tommy Tuxedo
                                    • The woman murdered owned the company that made the popular Tony Tuxedo doll. (Season 1 episode Triplet Homicide)
                                • Wilma Talk
                                    • Guy mentions having a Willie Talk ventriloquist dummy when he was a kid, which was a real doll, but he also mentions a female version called Wilma Talk, which was not. (Season 4 episode Little Homie)
                                • Wishing Dust
                                    • Toy product that Jenna's friend Matt sprinkles on the doll house that he made for her.

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