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  • Furniture Products
    • ACME Musical Chairs
        • Toon chairs with musical instruments that fall off a truck outside Mr. Maroon's office when he's meeting with Valiant.
    • ALF Bed Tent
        • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network (part of ALF's "Extreme Home Takeover" home collection), from the Season 2 DVD menus. "Perfect for Camp-ins. $159.99".
    • All Plush Interiors
        • Attention Patrons of All Plush Interiors Furniture Stores. The ad says, "If poisonous spiders have hatched from your new upholstered furniture, you may be eligible to take part in a class-action lawsuit." And the ad gives a phone number you could call, but it's no use.
    • Funzo's Lower Back Pain Chair
        • Funzo-themed chair. Funzo, as in the soft and cuddly toy with lots of firepower made by Kid First Industries. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)
    • Furni Avstikker CD Rack
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. Item G. Stores 90 CDs in any corner of the room. $39.
    • Furni Brempfi Workstation
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. Item B. Brempfi Workstation $199. Designed with sociable casters for easy moving.
    • Furni Fetlosse Dining Table
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. Item N. Fetlosse Dining Table $299.
    • Furni Fruktbar Coffee Table
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. Item J. Fruktbar Coffee Table $159. (this is Jack's black and white Yin-Yang shaped coffee table)
    • Furni Giore Side Table
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. Item O. Giore Side Table $109.
    • Furni Hifla Shelving Unit
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. Item F. Versatile, multipurpose system with numerous options to customize. $199.
    • Furni Klopse Table
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. $495.
    • Furni Luron Cabinet
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. Item L. Ample storage space makes this a popular design. Shown with beech finish. $329.
    • Furni Primala Chair
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. $395.
    • Furni Primala Sofa
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. $695.
    • Furni Skogvokter Table Lamp
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. Item R. Skogvokter Table Lamp $29.
    • Furni Skytevapen Lamps
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. Item K. Sleek design of glass and metal. Adjustable height. $39 each.
    • Furni Stram Rug
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. Item S. Stram Rug $39. Our all cotton rug is hand woven and reversible.
    • Furni Svarvik Lamp
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. Item A. $29.
    • Furni Tjeneste Sofa
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. Item M. Tjeneste Sofa $499. Choose from 48 different colors and patterns.
    • Furni Utdrag Chest
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. Item Q. Utdrag Chest $179.
    • Furni Veksle Area Rug
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. Item E. Veksle Area Rug $279. Hand tufted in easy care wool.
    • Furni Viltiss Armchair
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. Item H. A smart choice for the practical and casual home. $179.
    • The Half-conscious- Deadbeat-with-no-job-home-all-day-eating-Cheetos-and-watching-TV Recliner
        • Jerry's suggestion to rename the La-Z-Boy recliner: "My favorite furniture brand is the La-Z-Boy. This is very flattering to the prospective customer, isn't it? Why not call it the half-conscious- deadbeat-with-no-job-home-all-day-eating-Cheetos-and-watching-TV recliner?" (Season 6 episode The Couch)
    • Hopeless Slack Ass
        • Joke Frasier makes about the name for a chair model at the furniture store when the salesman mentions the Lazy Guy model (Season 1 episode Give Him the Chair)
    • Human Furniture
        • The Duke's new black market business, selling high end luxury items to the ultra elite. (Season 2 episode Blood and Cake)
    • La-Z-Boy E-Cliner 3000
        • When Rachel breaks Joey's armchair, she buys him a La-Z-Boy E-Cliner 3000, the chair that makes all others obsolete. The chair that Sit Magazine called Chair of the Year. (Season 7 episode The One where Rosita Dies)
    • Lazy Guy
        • Chair model available at the furniture store where Frasier and Niles go shopping for a new chair for Martin (Season 1 episode Give Him the Chair)
    • Mexican Jumping Bean Bag Chair
        • Furniture that rearranges itself that Lowell's friend Weeb invented (Season 4 episode Goodbye, Old Friend)
    • The Napper Crapper
        • A recliner that doubles as a toilet so you don't have to miss a moment of television.
    • Njurunda Table
        • Clever coffee table in the shape of a lime green yin and an orange yang that fit together to make a circle.
    • Norris Catalog
        • Matthew and Norman win Matthew's mother a new furniture set from the Norris Catalog of Eerie, Pennsylvania on a TV game show, appearing as father and son. (Episode Dad and Me)
    • Poetry Appreciation Chair
        • The Vogons strap Ford and Arthur into Poetry Appreciation Chairs. "The sweat stood out cold on Ford Prefect's brow, and slid round the electrodes strapped to his temples. These were attached to a battery of electronic equipment - imagery intensifiers, rhythmic modulators, alliterative residulators and simile dumpers - all designed to heighten the experience of the poem and make sure that not a single nuance of the poet's thought was lost."
    • Pressed Dresser
        • Furniture advertised in the Fight Club press kit. $225. Everyone makes mistakes, and we're no different. This pressed wood dresser never really found a market, so we're slashing prices to make room for our next shipment. But before it's discontinued, if you had such a big problem with it, why don't you head on down to Home Depot and get started on your own dresser. Who are you to question our work? Schneider could whip your ass with his tool belt around his ankles. Also comes in Cherry-esque and Maple-like.
    • Spine Melter 2000
        • $2000 vibrating massage chair that Homer wants to buy. (Season 3 episode Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?)
    • Stable Bed
        • Mattress advertised in the Fight Club press kit. $1,250. Covered with a fine cotton skin, our Stable Bed is stuffed with the finest cultured horse hair. No fewer than three horses are used to make each mattress, and you'll notice the difference. And where the texture and scent of down has proven an ideal nesting place for rats, tests prove that the distinct odor of our horse mattresses actually repels rats, mice and roaches. Sizes: Twin & Full. Elastic bungy carrying case included.
    • Superman Bed and Mattress of Solitude
        • Product in the Skymall catalog. (Season 3 episode Cunnilingus Class)
    • Task Chair
        • Katoya's mental discipline training camp chair, which provides access to a virtual mindscape where participants compete. (Season 4 episode Mental as Anything)
    • Urbaj
        • Fake IKEA chair - Deadpool tells Al they're going with the Urvaj, not the Borje, which is a real IKEA chair.

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