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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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  • Entertainment for Hire
    • Al Minzer And His Pyramid Of Dogs
        • One of Joey's agent's clients that she mentions. (Season 2 episode The One Where Eddie Won't Go)
    • The Amazing Smoking Monkeys
        • Circus act, featuring test animals from the Screaming Monkey Research Lab that private investigator Dexter Colt framed Lisa for freeing, and selling to a circus. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Arthur Crandall & Gabbo
        • Comedy Act appearing at Caesar's Pow-Wow Native American casino. "Was seen on TV" (Season 11 episode Bart to the Future)
    • The Bat Mizzles
        • Bar/bat mitzvah party motivators. (Season 1 episode Babysitting Forest Whitaker)
    • Bianca Toro
        • TelAmeriCorp corporate office brings in best-selling author and world-renowned motivational speaker, Bianca Toro. (Season 7 episode Bianca Toro)
    • Bobbie Gordini And His Gibbons
        • Nightclub act at the casino across from the Copper Slipper where Tom Jones is performing. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
    • The Body Stage
        • Adam's act at Faux Chella: Adam: "Hello and welcome to the Body Stage! Where I will be performing feats of strength and skill by clean and jerking four gallons of lead-based paint - without spilling a single drop." (Season 7 episode Faux Chella)
    • Bongo The Balloon Bear
        • Entertainer (real name Candy) whose van the Joes commandeer for their car chase on Staten Island, then later becomes Ripcord's girlfriend (from multiple issues, including Issue #33, #37...)
    • The Boulderettes
        • Episode Pebbles' Birthday Party. 'The only caterer in town' muddles two parties, sending the Boulderettes to Pebbles's kiddie party and Rocko the Clown to the Water Buffalo Lodge.
    • Brisbane's Amazing Apes
        • Las Vegas act (Season 2 episode Retirement is Murder)
    • Bulbo The Complaining Freak Of Nature
        • ALF's circus alter ego in his dream sequence about living with a grownup Lynn and her mime husband (Season 4 episode The Future's So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades)
    • The Caboose-Niks
        • Improv group - the first comedy improv group, according to Bob Odenkirk, saying it (comedy) all started with trains (episode Colin Quinn)
    • The Combat Rollers
        • Skating troupe that stars in the musical Platunes at Oliver Stoneland. They are true professionals. They're cynical, angry, fed up, and great skaters. (Episode Sarah Jessica Parker)
    • Desi The Three Armed Wonder Comedian
        • Marty's new stage name after growing a third arm out of his back.
    • Duncan the Incredible Diving Horse
        • The Simpsons adopt Duncan the Incredible Diving Horse from the State Fair and turn him into a racehorse named Furious D. (Season 11 episode Saddlesore Gallactica)
    • Empress Chang's Shanghai Review
        • Joke Martin's girlfriend Sherry makes (Season 4 episode Three Days of the Condo)
    • The Flying Giuseppe
        • Circus act at the circus where private investigator Dexter Colt framed Lisa for freeing test animals from the Screaming Monkey Research Lab and selling them to a circus. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • The Flying Graysons
        • Two-Face threatens to detonate a bomb at the Gotham Circus to find Batman, and ends up killing off all but one of the family trapeze act the Flying Graysons.
    • The Flying Sandos Brothers
        • Magic show that the gang attends. (Season 7 episode The Friars Club)
    • Gafilta Fresh And Dr. Dreidel
        • The number-one Bar/bat mitzvah party motivators in all of Nassau County. (Season 1 episode Babysitting Forest Whitaker)
    • The Glendale Tent Players
        • Theater troupe featuring actor Bobby Bowfinger.
    • The Great Ventriloquidini
        • Dave's ventriloquist stage name (Season 4 episode Stupid Holiday Charity Talent Show)
    • Homer and His Amazing Redenbacher Dreamcoat's Kernel Knowledge
        • Homer's act at How Low Will You Go?, the gross-out talent contest in the KBBL parking lot that Homer enters to try to win a trip to Maui, sponsored by Grandma Plopwell's Pudding. He wears a suit made out of popcorn kernels and makes them pop with a hairdryer. (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
    • Know-Nothing-Bozo The Non-Wonder Dog
        • Dog that starred in commercials. "Will Smithers, for instance, the owner of Know-Nothing-Bozo the Non-Wonder Dog, an animal so stupid that it had been sacked from one of Will's own commercials for being incapable of knowing which dog food it was supposed to prefer, despite the fact that the meat in all the other bowls had had engine oil poured over it."
    • Los Trio Terrifico
        • Name suggested for Snake-Eyes, Scarlett and the Blind Master's circus act when they join a circus in order to sneak their way into Borovia to rescue their captured friends (Issue #65 Shuttle Complex)
    • Malcom The Human Oddity
        • Carnival sideshow performer that Harry mentions, with two complete faces on one head. (Season 1 episode The Eye of the Beholder)
    • Maynard And Jocko
        • Ventriloquist act from Season 3 episode If Elected, I Will Not Live.
    • Mike "The Throat" Davenport
        • The premiere sword swallower in the county that the guys' rap group The Wizards are going to open for at the Irwindale Renaissance Pleasure Faire. (Season 1 episode Muscle I'd Like to Flex)
    • Mr. Smarty Pants
        • Sister and brother performers, Fred and Soren, beg for Arthur's help after their dolphin, Mr. Smarty Pants, is kidnapped by The Cult of the Fin, which has sinister plans for Reno, Nevada. (Episode The Tick vs. Reno, Nevada)
    • The Party Police
        • In order to sneak Montez out of his wife's baby shower, they try to spice up the festivities as The Party Police, then quickly change their name to The Fiesta Boys, the The Police Boys. (Season 4 episode Orgazmo Birth)
    • Pearl LaTour and Her Trained Doves New record added 10/14/2021
        • Act that Grace mentions when Dr. Malcolm asks her what she knows about December 7. (Season 6 episode 10 A Girl in her Twenties)
    • Rudolph And His Spinning Plates
        • ALF's opening act (Season 4 episode It's My Party)
    • Scholastic Speakers Of Pennsylvania
        • Entertainment organization that provides historical figure guest speakers.Jim: "Michael referred me to a male strip club called Banana Slings. Instead, I called the Scholastic Speakers of Pennsylvania." (Season 3 episode Ben Franklin)
    • Springfield Wing Walkers
        • Group of female performers from the golden age of aircraft, featuring none other than Agnes Skinner. Seen in film at the Springfield Air and Space Museum. (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
    • Sultry Sows of The South Seas
        • Circus act, featuring test animals from the Screaming Monkey Research Lab that private investigator Dexter Colt framed Lisa for freeing, and selling to a circus. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • S'now Kiddin' Around
        • Brad volunteers Don to perform with an improv group, resulting in the truth about his divorce coming out.
    • The Gaylord's Force
        • The name the guys come up with for the religious bodybuilders when they come out as gay and get fired from The Lord's Force, featuring Adam "Baby Bear" DeMamp. (Season 3 episode The Lord's Force)
    • Throwdini
        • Dave's knife throwing nemesis, played by Kevin McDonald from Kids in the Hall (Season 4 episode Stupid Holiday Charity Talent Show)
    • Throwgali
        • Dave's knife-throwing name. Full version: "Throwgali Master of the Throwing Knife" (Season 4 episode Stupid Holiday Charity Talent Show)

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