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  • Funeral Homes
    • Allied Funeral Homes
        • Client Jimmy meets his first day wearing colorful suits, part of his attempt to get fired instead of having to quite and getting to keep his signing bonus. (Season 2 episode Inflatable)
    • Bag'M & Bury'M Funeral Service
        • Bus stop bench advertisement: "Home of the $24.95 Internment" (Season 2 episode Hammeroid)
    • Beloved Brethren Moratorium
        • Moratorium owned by Herbert Schoenheit von Vogelsang where Runciter's half-lifer wife resides.
    • Bob's Funeral Parlor
        • Funeral parlor in Hanover that Woody mentions (Season 6 episode 14 And God Created Woodman)
    • Bosworth Funeral Home
        • Funeral home where the Locked-in Syndrome patients are taken when they die at The Company facility in Brockenhurst.
    • Burma's Mortuary
        • Advertisement on bench when Frank meets with Sally the bank teller: "Are you read to die?" (episode A Substantial Gift)
    • Columbia Memorial Mausoleum
        • Chapter 43. Mausoleum where Tender Branson steals artificial flowers.
    • Conroy's Funeral Home
        • Company that posts an ad in the Daily Fourth Gradian school newspaper when she wins the Student of the Millennium Award: "Lisa - We're looking forward to serving your needs - Conroy's Funeral Home”. (Season 19 episode I Don't Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings)
    • Curtis funeral home
        • Also known as Curtis Mortuary. He knew what came next and didn't want to do it. It wasn't fair, part of him cried out. It wasn't his responsibility. But since there was no one else here - maybe no one else well for miles around - he would have to shoulder it. Either that or leave her here to rot, and he couldn't do that. She had been kind to him, and there had been too many people along the way who hadn't been able to spare that, sick or well. He supposed he would have to get going. The longer he sat here and did nothing, the more he would dread the task. He knew where the Curtis Funeral Home was - three blocks down and one block west. It would be hot out there, too.
    • Drexler's Funeral Home
        • Joke George makes about Jerry's relative Manya: How about that? If you're a spirit, and you can travel to other dimensions and galaxies and find out the mysteries of the universe you think she'll be at Drexler's Funeral Home on Ocean Parkway? (Season 2 episode The Pony Remark)
    • Durgin Brothers
        • Mortuary that Mr. Wheatley mentions when Beth calls him from Mexico to let him know that Mrs. Wheatley died. (episode Middle Game)
    • Edgecombe Funeral Home
        • Funeral home Trish's mother picked out for herself before she died. (Season 3 episode AKA I Did Something Today)
    • Emerson's Funeral Home
        • Funeral home Frasier mentions during his story about abandoning Daphne when she gets arrested at the rally to save an old bookstore. Frasier: "It was a thoroughly shameful performance. Though I did clear that private hedge in front of Emerson's funeral home like a Kentucky show horse." (Season 5 episode Sweet Dreams)
    • Fernandez Funeral Home
        • Carlito: Sorry boys, all the stitches in the world can't sew me together again. Lay down... lay down. Gonna stretch me out in Fernandez funeral home on Hun and Ninth street. Always knew I'd make a stop there, but a lot later than a whole gang of people thought... Last of the Moh-Ricans... well maybe not the last. Gail's gonna be a good mom... New improved Carlito Brigante... Hope she uses the money to get out. No room in this city for big hearts like hers... Sorry baby, I tried the best I could, honest... Can't come with me on this trip, Loaf. Getting the shakes now, last call for drinks, bars closing down... Sun's out, where are we going for breakfast? Don't wanna go far. Rough night, tired baby... Tired...
    • Funeraria Romero
        • Funeral home in Vice City. "It's always a good mourning at Funeraria Romero", "We really dig graves", "You won't bereave our prices", "The dead center of Vice City".
    • Greenspan Funeral Home
        • Timmy Baterman's body was taken to Greenspan Funeral Home on Fern Street - it used to be across from where the New Franklin Laundry stands now.
    • Happy Glades
        • The world's greatest mortuary, located on an asteroid 655 million miles away from Earth. (Season 1 episode Elegy)
    • Hoffs/Drawlar Funeral Parlor
        • Funeral home where Jack goes to see Locke's body. (Season 3 episode Through the Looking Glass)
    • House of Setting Sun
        • Funeral home in the Quinlan town of Forest Hill where Bob goes looking for a way to keep Bender safe in the water. (Heaven's River)
    • Janocko Funeral Home
        • Where the Loved Ones company was shipping bereavement figures when the truck was involved in an accident on the interstate.
    • Jeffers Crematorium
        • Local business on LaSalle Street that Howard mentions when he shops around for a service to cremate him after he dies. (Season 4 episode The Longest Good-bye)
    • Joe's Crematorium
        • Bart answers the phone, "Joe's Crematorium. You kill 'em, we grill 'em." (Season 3 episode Stark Raving Dad)
    • Kane Funeral Home
        • Mentioned in the newspaper obituaries that Bruce finds when he returns to his office in Miami.
    • Leggett Funeral Home
        • Bernie's a true story but the real funeral home he worked for in Carthage, TX wouldn't let Linklater use their name, which was Hawthorne.
    • The Lucky Stiff Funeral Home
        • Location of Marge's great aunt Gladys' funeral in Littleneck Falls. Sign out front: "We put the fun in funeral" (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • Mane Funeral Home
        • Mentioned in the newspaper obituaries that Bruce finds when he returns to his office in Miami.
    • Milgrim Memorials, Inc.
        • Owen's family's business in one the false worlds (Episode 7 Ceci N'est Pas Une Drill)
    • Morbid M. Cadaver's Extensible Caskets
        • Advertisement Donovan and Powell hear when they are temporarily dead. "Does your coffin fit differently lately? Why not try Morbid M. Cadaver's extensible caskets? They are scientifically designed to fit the natural curves of the body, and are enriched with Vitamin B1. Use Cadaver's caskets for comfort. Remember - you're going to be dead a long, long time!"
    • Municipal Crematorium
        • Where Ben's mother ended up after dying of syphilis, and his brother Todd after a newsie airtruck lost its emergency brake on a hill while Todd was loading it. The kids on the street called it either the Ash Factory or the Creamery; they were bitter but helpless, knowing that they themselves would most likely end up being belched out of the stacks and into the city's air.
    • Nightingale's Body Bank
        • Body bank where Theora finds Edison after he barely escapes alive from the Network 23 building. "Open 24 hours" (episode Blipverts)
    • R.J. MacReady Auctioneers & Funeral Home
        • R.J. MacReady is Kurt Russell's character's name in The Thing.
    • S.B. Thornton Funeral Home
        • New record added 8/3/2022
        • Location of reception for machine number Louis Mitchell's wife Marilyn Lucille Mitchell at S.B. Thornton Funeral Home. (Season 2 episode All In)
    • Sales from the Crypt
        • Abe wins the talent show at his retirement home, and a coupon for a free autopsy at a local funeral home. (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
    • Sebastian Plackba
        • Rasputin's mausoleum, located near Volokolamsk Fields, Moscow.
    • Shneck and Shneck Funeral Parlors
        • Sponsor of the Waco Bombers baseball game: The bottom of the ninth is brought to you tonight, as it has been all year long, by Shneck and Shneck Funeral Parlors, serving Waco and the Texas Hill Country for 43 years. (Season 1 episode Genesis)
    • Simple Shepherd Mortuary
        • Mortuary where the body of Glen Runciter will lie in state.
    • Springfield Funeral Home
        • Bart goes to pay his respects to Sideshow Bob, and ends up being the one in the coffin headed for cremation, until his family rescues him. "Same Low Price, Even for Fatties!” (Season 19 episode Funeral for a Fiend)
    • Spurlock's Mortuary
        • Mortuary that Detective Rafael Scarfe mentions to Cottonmouth when he brings his Chico's body. (Season 1 episode Who's Gonna Take the Weight?)
    • Tinnock Funeral Home
        • Dave said, "Devane was there while the Medical Examiner, Cathcart, got a look at the body: the hand with the sand on it, the hand with none, and then into the mouth, but right around the time the Tinnock Funeral Home hearse that had come over on the nine o'clock ferry pulled up, those two detectives realized he was still there and might be getting somethin perilously close to an education. They couldn't have that, so they sent him to get coffee and doughnuts and danishes for them and Cathcart and Cathcart's assistant and the two funeral home boys who'd just shown up."
    • Waxman Funeral Parlor
        • Location of Uncle Albert's funeral (Season 2 episode We're So Sorry Uncle Albert)
    • West-Gate Cemetery and Funeral Home
        • Company name on the uniform Dexter wears when he goes looking for Ellen Wolf's body. (Season 3 episode About Last Night)
    • Wheeler's Funeral Parlor
        • Funeral parlor in Hanover that Woody mentions (Season 6 episode 14 And God Created Woodman)
    • Whispering Pines Mortuary
        • Mortuary Antonio worked for in a flashback about how he made ends meet during the off season in Nantucket (Season 5 episode Moonlighting) Their slogan: "We'll put you under without putting you under"
    • Wilson Brothers Funeral Home
        • A group of friends is slowly killed off by a series of bizarre accidents and murders. (Host Jon Heder October 8, 2005, sketch Wilson Brothers Funeral Home)

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