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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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  • Furniture Stores
    • 1-800-Mattress
        • Leslie: "Councilman Dexhart, you're involved in yet another scandal? That's crazier than Mayor Gunderson's dog, Rufus. Yes, there is a new one, and it's a doozie. I don't want to go into the details, but let me just say that it involves multiple women, a love child, nurses, rabbis, priests Hey! Well, I hope you can all join me at my fundraiser tonight. I am being supported, of course, by the Glitter Factory and 1-800-Mattress." (Season 2 episode Christmas Scandal)
    • Back In Business
        • Joke Elaine makes to Hal about ergonomic furniture stores having cheesy names. (Season 8 episode The Nap)
    • Bed Shed
        • Murdock wins big on Wheel of Fortune, including a four-buoy waterbed from Bed Shed. "Ride the waves or float in comfort on queen-size adventure in sleeping.” (Season 4 episode Wheel of Fortune)
    • Bender and Bowen Fine Furniture
        • Company name on the box car where Luke hides after escaping from the Institute, which is headed for Sturbridge, Massachusetts.
    • Bobo All Night Furniture Store
        • Furniture store where Homer goes looking for marriage advice. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Carousel
        • Children's furniture store in the Cross Roads Mall, where Luda dies, shortly before giving birth to her zombie baby.
    • Couch Emporium
        • Store where Ross buys his new couch. (Season 5 episode The One With the Cop)
    • Couch World
        • In the opening scene, couches from all over Springfield come to life, revolt and attack residents. Homer hides in a couch store called Couch World. (Season 17 episode Marge's Son Poisoning)
        • Furniture store from opening couch gag. (Season 17 episode Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play)
    • Desk Emporium
        • Furniture store where Bill wants Dave to buy him a new desk (Season 1 episode The Crisis)
    • Duke City Reclliners
        • Furniture store in Albuquerque for whom Jimmy films a commercial. (Season 3 episode Expenses)
    • Excelsior Office Furniture
        • Company on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Frank Choi's Furniture
        • Furniture store where Colleen goes looking for answers regarding the box she found with her family crest. (Season 2 episode This Deadly Secret…)
    • Furni
        • Furni is the name of the Scandinavian company that Jack obsesses over until Tyler blows up his apartment. In one scene various items from the catalog pop up on the screen while he orders yet another.
    • Galaxy Mattresses
        • Furniture store where the famous Shakespearean actor Jackson Hedley makes an appearance (Season 8 episode The Show Must Go Off)
    • Gary's Used Mattresses
        • Wade, Arturo, D.E.R.I.C. and E.R.I.C.A. walk past a store called Gary's Used Mattresses on the robot world. (Season 3 episode State of the Art)
    • Gary's Waterbed Warehouse
        • The Mohican that Bart's Pre-Teen Braves meets tells them that their land used to stretch from Krusty Burger down to Gary's Waterbed Warehouse. (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
    • Good Vertebrations
        • Joke Elaine makes to Hal about ergonomic furniture stores having cheesy names. (Season 8 episode The Nap)
    • Hammock
        • Street vendor that sells Homer a hammock that creates clones. "I must warn you - this is not ordinary hammock. Its webbing is a mesh of comfort and evil." (Season 14 episode Treehouse of Horror XIII - segment Send in the Clones)
    • The Hammock Hut
        • One of the hammock stores that Hank Scorpio recommends when Homer asks him to buy some business hammocks for his team, located in the Hammock Complex, in the Cypress Creek Hammock District. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • Hammocks-R-Us
        • One of the hammock stores that Hank Scorpio recommends when Homer asks him to buy some business hammocks for his team, located in the Hammock Complex, in the Cypress Creek Hammock District. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • Ivan The Furniture Czar
        • The biggest collection of furniture in The City. From episode Evil Sits Down For A Moment.
    • Karl Farbman
        • Furniture designer that Brett mentions to Elaine. (Season 8 episode The Checks)
    • Knobs N' Things
        • After their house burns down, Helen and Joe meet with an insurance agent to review their claim. They don't have any receipts, so when the agent asks where Helen bought her TV, she makes up the electronics store name Laser Discs N' Stuff. Joe tries to help, adding that it's located by that furniture store Knobs N' Things (Season 7 episode She's Gotta Have It)
    • Lawyer Furniture Co.
        • Company on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Mario's Used Furniture Warehouse
        • The FBI headquarters on the mob world is located at Mario's Used Furniture Warehouse on Williams Street. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
    • Massage Chair City New record added 10/15/2021
        • The other precincts’ Hitchocks and Scullys use massage chairs to jiggle their pedometers. (Season 8 episode Blue Flu)
    • Mattress King
        • Janice's ex-husband's mattress store. (The One With the Race Car Bed)
    • Merlin Discount Furniture
        • Arturo Rey III's discount furniture store, the discount furniture king of Washington Heights, featuring magical markdowns. He smuggles coke and smack in his couches. He pushed the Colon brothers out the coke biz once Domingo died. But the heroin is his real cash cow. (Season 2 episode Soul Brother #1)
    • Metropolis
        • Furniture store in the Cross Roads Mall, where Michael, Andre and Lusa, Kenneth and Ana break their way in.
    • Midland Furniture
        • Company that Brantley Foster adds to his resume when he struggles to find a job without any hard-nosed business experience. Vice President in Charge of Production, Central Manufacturing.
    • OK Furniture And Floor Covering Specialists
        • Furniture store in Puente Antiguo, New Mexico.
    • Paladio Furniture
        • Store where Kim and her friend party with a couple guys that kidnap them. (Season 1 episode 12:00 AM - 1:00 AM)
    • Put Your Butt There
        • One of the hammock stores that Hank Scorpio recommends when Homer asks him to buy some business hammocks for his team, located in the Hammock Complex, in the Cypress Creek Hammock District. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • Royal Furniture Company
        • Store in Hawkins, Indiana, seen in various episodes. (Season 1 episode Chapter Six: The Monster)
    • The Seatery
        • Furniture store where Herb buys Homer the vibrating massage chair he wanted. (Season 3 episode Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?)
    • Siesta Patio World
        • Furniture store the gang finds out in the middle of nowhere after leaving San Francisco (Season 3 episode 4 Five Hoda Kotbs)
    • Something Wicker This Way Comes
        • Furniture store next door to The Vast Waistband, the store where Homer goes to buy new clothes after gaining 60 lbs to qualify as disabled. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer) Seen in the background in various episodes. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Starlin Furniture
        • Furniture store named after Marvel writer and artist Jim Starlin, co-creator of Drax, Gamora and Thanos - from a scene in St. Charles, Missouri, the town where Ego romances Peter Quill's mother, that ended up on the cutting room floor (Director James Gunn had originally planned to hide several Easter eggs in the form of stores named after a Marvel Comics artist or writer important to Guardians lore, or after something in the Marvel Universe itself).
    • Tampico Furniture
        • Furniture store on Menaul in Albuquerque, where Walt and Skyler bought Junior's crib, owned by Domingo/Crazy-8's, father. (Season 1 episode And the Bag's in the River)
    • Wellington Emporium
        • Furniture store on Main Street in Eureka (Season 4 episode Founders Day)

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