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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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  • Home Furnishing Products
    • ALF Comforter
        • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network (part of ALF's "Extreme Home Takeover" home collection), from the Season 2 DVD menus. "98% fur, 2% yogurt (just like ALF) $79.99".
    • ALF Cookie Jar
        • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network, from the Season 2 DVD menus. "Perfect for earthworms, kittens and other savory snacks, or if you're vegetarian - cookies."
    • ALF Curtains
        • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network (part of ALF's "Extreme Home Takeover" home collection), from the Season 2 DVD menus. "Stop peeping toms! $129.99. Actual reproductions of department store knock-offs."
    • ALF Talking Alarm Clock
        • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network (part of ALF's "Extreme Home Takeover" home collection), from the Season 2 DVD menus. "Soothing sound! $89.99".
    • Anderson Septic Tanks
        • Poster on the wall in the offices of Van Brunt & Churchill Ad Agency, the company that created all of the giant characters that are wrecking the town. "If you like Ike, You'll love Anderson Septic Tanks" (Season 7 episode Treehouse of Horror VI - segment Attack of the 50 Ft Eyesores)
    • Bart Simpson Christmas Stocking
        • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Bart Simpson Coffee Mug
        • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Bart Simpson Water Bottle
        • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • The Be Sharps Coffee Mug
        • Merchandise sold to capitalize on the success of Homer's barbershop quartet, The Be Sharps. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet)
    • Bonfire
        • Candle flavour that Jan sells as part of her candle business, Serenity by Jan (Season 4 Dinner Party)
    • Boobillow
        • An ergonomic wedge-shaped pillow that allows very large-breasted women to sleep comfortably on their stomachs. (Season 6 episode Death of a Salesdude)
    • Can-o-lite Finisher
        • Quick drying enamel - can in Will's fort in the flashback when his mother surprises him with movie tickets to Poltergeist (Season 1 episode Chapter One: The Vanishing of Will Byers)
    • Captain Toby
        • Style of prefabricated home sold by the company Pre-Fabulous Housing (Season 7 episode So Long, Frank Lloyd Wrong)
    • Car-B-Q
        • Barbecue product used in a motor vehicle Lowell sells to Roy in Season 2 episode Murder She Roast.
    • Carpet Steamer Incorporated
        • Bill and Beth audition for the Dream Come True garage door opener commercial, no longer associated with Dream Come True Carpet Steamer Incorporated company (Season 3 episode Christmas)
    • Commando 8
        • Air conditioner model Kramer gets for Jerry that falls out the window and hits a dog. 12,000 BTUs of raw cooling power. (Season 5 episode Glasses)
    • DeIver Mirror
        • Priceless mirrors made by English craftsman John DrIver in the Elizabethan period of England's history that have become collector's items due to the form of crystal that was used that has a mildly magnifying and distorting effect on the eye of the beholder. Only five remain in existence. (story The Reaper's Image)
    • Dharma Initiative Mugs
        • Dharma branded home furnishing product. (episode Live Together, Die Alone, Part 2)
    • Dream Come True Garage Door Opener
        • Bill and Beth audition for a product commercial (Season 3 episode Christmas)
    • Dundalee Cups
        • Huckabees product that Brad's boss mentions: The Dundalee cups are blown out in the sunbelt franchises.
    • DZU Tote Bag
        • Bag given away of you call now, with items no male model should be without: Hairbrush, comb, gel, tanning oil, protective lip balm, larger comb, bottled water, crackers and cheese, small bottle of liquor, tissues, sewing kit, pudding, and adhesive tape. (DVD Bonus Feature: ad for Derek Zoolander University Of Modeling For Men)
    • Foil
        • Generic foil product in the candy store where Bart and Milhouse go wild. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Furni Erika Pekkari Slipcover
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. Item I. Erika Pekkari Slipcover $89. Create a new look for your room in minutes.
    • Furni Glass Dishes
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. With tiny bubbles and imperfections, proof that they were crafted by the honest, simple, hardworking, indigenous peoples of... wherever.
    • Furni Hovetrekke
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. Item D. $599.
    • Furni Skoge Frame
        • From Furni catalog scene in the narrator's condo. Item P. Skoge Frame $29. Lacquered frames with glass fronts are available in a variety of sizes.
    • Future Paint
        • The paint that Desmond uses in his lucid flashback. (Season 3 episode Flashes Before Your Eyes)
    • Green Acres Lawn Food
        • Fertilizer product that David mentions when Highland Lake resident Dan Miller proposes covering up the plate glass windows. (story The Mist)
    • The Handy Housewife Helper
        • In the episode "Better Living Through Television," Ralph learns that there's a box of "Handy Housewife Helpers"—a device that opens cans, takes corks out of bottles, cores apples, scales fish, drives screws, cuts glass, sharpens scissors, and takes corns off feet—just gathering dust in a friend's warehouse. All he and Norton need to do is borrow the money from their wives to buy the box, pay for a TV commercial, then sit back and watch those Hazel Bishop dollars come flooding in.
    • The Hick Tub
        • Pool model sold at Pool Sharks, the store where the Simpsons purchase their new pool. (Season 6 episode Bart of Darkness)
    • Hosemaster
        • Brand of vacuum cleaner with patented whisper drive that Joe buys (Season 8 episode Hosed)
    • Hosemaster 2000
        • The latest Hosemaster vacuum cleaner model - better than the one that Joe buys (Season 8 episode Hosed)
    • The Insta-rust
        • Pool model sold at Pool Sharks, the store where the Simpsons purchase their new pool. (Season 6 episode Bart of Darkness)
    • Kirby Vacuum Cleaner
        • There's a Kirby vacuum cleaner in one scene as an homage to Jack Kirby.
    • Klaus Protzman
        • Clock that Jerry buys for the office, by the guy who designed the combination bed-desk-stove. (Season 3 episode Sorry, Wrong Mother)
    • Leftorium Coffee Mugs
        • Ned Flanders sells coffee mugs from his Leftorium booth at the Left Handers Convention, with the phrases: "I Heart Lefties", "Left is Right", "I Heart Southpaws", "I Heart Left", "Left Power" and "Love a Lefty". (Season 17 episode Bart Has Two Mommies)
    • The Lightning Magnet
        • Pool model sold at Pool Sharks, the store where the Simpsons purchase their new pool. (Season 6 episode Bart of Darkness)
    • Little Diablo Furnace
        • Guatemalan full-duct forced-air furnace model (55,000 BTUs) that Sam bought on sale and is on the fritz (Season 10 episode 14 No Rest for the Woody)
    • The Lumbar Log
        • Gift Niles gives Frasier when he injures his back blowing out birthday candles. Niles: "I've brought you a little gift. Say hello to sweet salvation, the Lumbar Log. (Season 7 episode Back Talk)
    • Maggie Beckett Commemorative Plate
        • Product advertised on the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut, made of heavy duty Japanese porcelain. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
    • Magnum Brand Clock
        • Sledge Hammer's first clock - his father gave it to him (Season 2 episode Here's to You, Mrs. Hammer)
    • Man Pillow
        • Product on Leslie's credit card bill - the pillow shaped like a man that looks like Daniel Craig. (Season 2 episode KaBOOM!)
    • Monsieur Cheese Pot
        • Electric cheese melter - the gift Joe buys Helen for her birthday in Season 2 episode It's Not the Thought, It's the Gift.
    • Nauga-boo
        • Fake bamboo that ALF orders to decorate his room after seeing Gilligan's Island (Season 2 episode Somewhere Over the Rerun Heaven?)
    • The Nor'easter
        • Style of prefabricated home sold by the company Pre-Fabulous Housing (Season 7 episode So Long, Frank Lloyd Wrong)
    • Paddy's Dick Towel
        • Mac's idea for Paddy's Pub merchandise, a towel with a dick drawn on it. Mac even created a website: DickTowel.com. (Season 5 episode Paddy's Pub: Home of the Original Kitten Mittens)
    • Pippa Middleton Oven Mitt
        • Product Charlie buys at Union Jack Collectibles, the British-themed store where he goes looking for a candle shaped like Winston Churchill after he gets blackmailed by Dr. Randy. (Episode Charlie and the Warden's Dirty Secret)
    • Plumber in a Jar
        • Charlie wrote the jingle for Plumber in a Jar.
        • Charlie incorporates his jingle into Jake's class recital. (Season 1 episode Twenty-five Little Pre-pubers without a Snootful)
    • Redwood Hot Tubs
        • Hot Tub company that Frasier endorses (Season 1 episode Selling Out)
    • Saharan Wrap New record added 9/29/2021
        • Product in Saddam Hussein’s kitchen that he uses to wrap his sandwich.
    • Samurai Max
        • Knife sharpener that Trimagasi mentions to Goreng, that sharpens any blade, straight or serrated.
    • Samurai Plus
        • Knife that Trimagasi mentions to Goreng, that would never go blunt even if you sliced a brick with it.
    • Sateen Dura-Luxe
        • Revolutionary house paint that Rabo Karabekian used to paint his works of art that eventually fell off, turning out to be toxic when exposed to air.
    • Shroud Of Turin Beach Towels
        • Items that The Springfield Cat Burglar steals from Flanders. (Season 5 episode Homer the Vigilante)
    • Smush Shush
        • Noise canceling blanket for secret sex that Doug Judy tried to sell to Mark Cuban on Shark Tank. (Season 7 episode The Takeback)
    • Spaceballs: The Sheet
        • Spaceballs merchandise - Spaceballs branded sheets on President Skroob's bed.
    • Spiro Agnew Alarm Clock
        • Alarm clock featuring Spiro Agnew's arms as the arrows that Homer's mother Mona Simpson and her friends of the Springfield 7 use as a timer on the bomb at Mr. Burns' Germ Warfare Laboratory. (Season 7 episode Mother Simpson)
    • Star Trek Steak Knives
        • Nick's wedding present for his daughter (Season 11 episode 15 Loathe and Marriage)
    • Stormin' Norman Commemorative Plates
        • Items that The Springfield Cat Burglar steals from Principal Skinner. (Season 5 episode Homer the Vigilante)
    • Tanesh Pottery
        • Quark tries to tempt Odo with the acquisition of physical wealth and treasures, mentioning a suit of the finest Andorian silk, a ring of pure Surax, a complete set of Tanesh pottery, and a latinum-plated bucket to sleep in. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • The Tender Branson Room Freshener
        • Chapter 19. Product in the pipeline from the good people of Tender Branson Enterprises, a mistake that Tender Branson wants to clean up before the plane goes down or before the flight recorder tape runs out.
    • The Tinkler
        • Pool model sold at Pool Sharks, the store where the Simpsons purchase their new pool. (Season 6 episode Bart of Darkness)
    • Translucent Collectible Plate
        • Inscription: "We'll Miss You 1980-2020" Collectible plate product sold at Translucent's funeral. (Season 2 episode The Big Ride)
    • Ubik Plastic Wrap
        • It takes more than a bag to seal in food flavor; it takes Ubik plastic wrap - actually four layers in one. Keeps freshness in, air and moisture out.
    • Wilson Post Hole Digger
        • Fake commercial parody for a hose product available at the Home Shop: "What sexy is" (episode 3 James Doohan) (episode 3 James Doohan)
    • Wood Lijst
        • Table advertised on 10th Anniversary Blu-Ray menu. Free. Versatile multi-purpose system with numerous options for eating, making soap and laying out dead bodies.
    • Yard Demon 742
        • Leaf blower Antonio's neighbor uses that keeps waking him up, known in the trade as the Big Bad Wolf (Season 4 episode Exit Laughing)
    • Yoohoo Suitcase New record added 9/27/2021
        • Defendant VHK-937, who believes himself to be from the future, reveals that he used to be an inventor named Leon Minsk that invented the Yoohoo Suitcase, with a voice in the handle so you won’t lose it. (Season 7 episode Futureman)

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