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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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  • Enterprises
    • B.S. Enterprises
        • Michael's new company that buys George Michael's fake FakeBlock company. B.S. = Bluth & Son. (Season 5 episode Check Mates)
    • Basic Black Enterprises
        • Corporation formerly owned by Kate Roberts, then John Black. Liquidated in 2018 by Stefan DiMera.
    • Calculon Enterprises
        • All My Circuits: The Movie. Calculon is in his office at Calculon Enterprises sorting out his paperwork. Monique calls Calculon and informs him the city is under attack and he must hurry or a fiery explosion will chase someone down a hallway.
    • Carlin Enterprises
        • Elliot's company. (Season 6 episode Group on a Hot Tin Roof) Carol quits to go work for Mr. Carlin, and after three days, he briefly promotes her to President of Carlin Enterprises to deal with some of his unsatisfied customers. (Season 6 episode Carol Ankles for Indie Prod)
    • Choak Enterprise
        • Business on the directory in Choak Tower office building in New York City. (Season 2 episode The Outing)
    • Clampett Enterprises
        • A building inspector probes the strangely assorted Clampett Enterprises on the fifth floor of Drysdale's bank building. (Episode The Phantom Fifth Floor)
    • Cornholio Enterprises
        • Manufacturer of Tarrlytons cigarettes, a nod to Beavis & Butt-Head, also created by Mike Judge.
    • Damocles Enterprises
        • The company that employs Duncan as a hit man. Headquarters building filmed in the Gothic revival style house Casa Loma in Toronto.
    • Dr. E. Brown Enterprises
        • The name of Doc's company on the side of his van at the mall. (24 Hr Scientific Services)
    • Dragon Enterprises
        • Company listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • Gable Enterprises
        • Company where Truman claims to have an appointment, where he sees the back of a prop elevator.
    • Hargreeves Enterprises
        • Sir Reginald Hargreeves' company. Logo visible on the bags containing the letters that Luther sent home from the moon. (Season 1 episode The Day that Wasn't)
    • Horace Derwent Enterprises
        • Previous owner of The Overlook Hotel that Jack reads about while digging through the newspapers and the scrapbook he finds in the basement of the Overlook Hotel.
    • InfiniDim Enterprises
        • Publishing company that buys out Megadodo Publications, becoming the new owner of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
    • Jordan Chase Enterprises
        • Jordan Chase's company - name visible on Jordan Chase's private jet. (Season 5 episode Hop a Freighter)
    • Kirby Enterprises
        • The name of the company that Paul Kirby claims to own. He actually owns a company called Kirby Kitchen and Tile Plus.
    • KrustCo Enterprises
        • Krusty's company that sells Bart Simpson-themed merchandise when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Kyle Martin Enterprises Inc.
        • Kyle Martin is the kid that swindled Mr. James by selling him a bunch of fake movie props (Season 3 episode Rose Bowl)
    • Lionwood Enterprises
        • New record added 8/1/2022
        • Shell company that owns Holloway Pharmacy, the pharmacy where machine number Lou Mitchell and his fellow senior citizens pick up the money they lose at Venus Casino. (Season 2 episode All In)
    • Little Village Enterprises
        • Company listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • Mac Robinson Enterprises
        • When Mac inherits a lot of money from his grandfather, he creates his own corporation. (Season 5 episode Mac's Millions)
        • A destroyed tower sporting the Qeng Enterprises logo is visible in the background in the Void. In the comics, Stark Industries sells the Avengers Tower in Manhattan to Qeng Enterprises in Avengers: Ultron Forever #1.
        • Danny Rand's company that approaches Misty Knight with a new mechanical arm. (Season 2 episode All Souled Out)
    • Sputnik World Enterprises
        • Sex, technology, excitement, records, films, products, real estate and video games. Sigue Sigue Sputnik provide all this and more.
    • Tender Branson Enterprises
        • The company behind such products as The Bible Diet, the books Money-Making Secrets of the Bible, Sex Secrets of the Bible Bible Book of Remodeling Kitchens and Bathrooms and the Book of Very Common Prayer, Volume II, and the Tender Branson Room Freshener.
    • Veidt Enterprises
        • One of Adrian Veidt's companies. (Season 1 episode See How They Fly)
    • Vickerdale Enterprises
        • Food production company that makes Soy Meal food product, from various episodes. Liber8 website: Company that patents terminator seeds that kill the crops of neighboring farms and then take root in that farm's soil. They advocate mono cropping, which strips the land of its nutrients. This will continue, and by 2030, all food cultivation will be controlled by Vickerdale.
    • Walden Loves Alan Enterprises
        • Walden originally named his company "Walden Loves Bridget Enterprises”, but after the divorce, he decides to change the name, briefly considering "Walden Loves Zoey, Inc.” before settling on "Walden Loves Alan Enterprises”. (Season 9 episode Slowly and in a Circular Fashion)
    • Walden Loves Bridget Enterprises
        • Walden originally named his company "Walden Loves Bridget Enterprises”, but after the divorce, he decides to change the name, briefly considering "Walden Loves Zoey, Inc.” before settling on "Walden Loves Alan Enterprises”. (Season 9 episode Slowly and in a Circular Fashion)
    • Walden Schmidt Enterprises
        • Walden's first company when he was in college. (Season 10 episode Throgwarten Middle School Mysteries)
        • Edward Nygma, an eccentric researcher at Wayne Enterprises, approaches Bruce with an invention that can beam television signals directly into a person's brain. Bruce rejects the device, concerned the technology could manipulate minds.
        • Sponsor of Gotham City University - name on the football team's scoreboard. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Winslow Enterprises
        • Corporation that owns the Winslow Luggage Company, the company where Christopher Robin works.
    • Wolf Enterprises
        • After being stranded in the year 2000, Wolf's new company Wolf Enterprises creates a new philanthropic endeavor called Corey Wolf-hart's Home for Wayward Nerds. (Season 3 episode Return of the Present)

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