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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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  • Magazines-Entertainment
    • Acclaim
        • Generic celebrity magazine seen several times throughout the movie.
    • Bartforum
        • Bart creates a museum in his treehouse to show off his $1000 bill, complete with gift shop selling T-shirts and Bartforum magazine. (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • Bay Area TV Listings
        • Rembrandt peruses a TV guide like magazine called Bay Area TV Listings on the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population, calling out TV program names such as Sisters: The Outlaw Years, Hanging with Mrs. Cooper and The Fresh Princess of Bel Air. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
    • Billboard For Kidz
        • Ned Flanders' kids read about Everybody Hates Ned Flanders, the new song by Homer Simpson and David Byrne of the Talking Heads. (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
    • Celeb
        • Generic celebrity magazine seen several times throughout the movie.
    • Celeb Seeker
        • Celebrity magazine. Cover story: Patsy dumps Griff for Mystery Man (Season 2 episode God Help the Hobo) Cover story: It's Over (Season 2 episode AKA FaceTime)
    • CelebRadar Magazine
        • Celebrity news magazine featuring singer MYNX on the cover. "MYNX Mania! Can this singer get any hotter?" (Season 2 episodes Ovation, Among the Untrodden)
    • Celebrity Baby Plastic Surgery Disasters (Magazine)
        • Magazine that Fake Eleanor reads in the checkout line at the grocery store (Season 1 episode 12 Mindy St. Claire)
    • Galaxy Quest (magazine)
        • The official Galaxy Quest magazine. (From the "Galaxy Quest 20th Anniversary: The Journey Continues" mockumentary)
    • Glamorous
        • Wanda's neighbor Agnes mentions an article in her Glamorous for housewives called "How to Treat Your Husband to Keep your Husband", then says there should be an article for husbands called "How to Goose Your Wife So You Don't Lose Your Wife". (Season 1 episode Filmed Before a Live Studio Audience) Wanda reads a copy during the intro. (Season 1 episode Now in Color)
    • Hollywood Star
        • Magazine that Lana's Aunt Louise was reading when she first met Joe the drifter in 1961 - actually Clark's father Jor-El. (Season 3 episode Relic)
    • Hush Hush Magazine
        • Danny DeVito's Magazine that paid Jack off to make high profile celebrity arrests.
    • Music Edge Press
        • On the vampire world, Music Edge Press music critic mentions in his review of the goth rock vampire band Stoker that: "Stoker gets the Alice Cooper Award for tryin'". A Stoker band member kills him for it. (Season 3 episode Stoker)
    • National Enquisitor
        • Celebrity gossip magazine created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • The National Whoops
        • Magazine featuring story on movie star Sara Sloane dating Ned Flanders. Cover story: "Sara Lives In Sin, Mess" (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Non-Threatening Boys Magazine
        • Magazine for sale at Around the World News, a newsstand at Springfield Mall. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F) Magazine Lisa reads. (Season 3 episode Radio Bart) Magazine advertising the Corey Hotline, the teen boy phone line that Lisa gets addicted to. (Season 4 episode Brother from the Same Planet)
    • Peephole
        • Magazine Marge's sisters read at the beauty parlor, parody of People magazine. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder) Cover story: New look for Luke (Luke Perry, Krusty's brother) from Krusty's daydream about shooting Luke our of a cannon. (Season 4 episode Krusty Gets Kancelled)
    • People Of Interest
        • One of the magazines seen during the group hallucination that Blake, Glenn and the Chief experience after accidentally creating the magical chocolate steroid amphetamine elixir in Season 6 episode 12.
    • Rolling Stoned
        • Lonny gets on the cover of this Rolling Stone parody when he becomes America's hottest new rap sensation in season 1 episode 6. Headline: Lonny - Brutal Murderer or Misunderstood Songsmith? Also included in the same issue: Tasteless and vulgar candid closeups of Justin Beiber's balls.
    • Rolling Tone
        • Magazine featuring Jeremy on the cover. Parody of Rolling Stone.
    • San Francisco View
        • The sliders find a copy of San Francisco View next to the TV in the Dominion Hotel, a local stand-in for TV Guide, featuring the cast of Dragnet: The Next Generation on the cover, two young police wearing kilts. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • South Miami
        • Magazine featuring a story on the Bay Harbor Butcher. (Season 2 episode The Dark Defender)
    • Spot
        • Generic celebrity magazine - only mentioned by a friend of Syd's, not seen. Though the Spot celebrity news TV channel is seen.
    • The Springfield Review Of Books
        • Magazine that Krusty the Clown, actually Sideshow Bob in disguise, is seen reading at Kwik-E-Mart, shortly before robbing it. (Season 1 episode Krusty Gets Busted)
    • Springfield Variety
        • Magazine. Cover story: HIX IN STIX LOVE CHIX LIX. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer) Headline: GABBO FABBO! KRUSTY RUSTY. (Season 4 episode Krusty Gets Kancelled)
    • Star Digest
        • Celebrity magazine featuring daytime TV stars Celeste Talbert and Jeffrey Anderson (America's Sweetheart and Mister Right).
    • Teen Bopper
        • Magazine in school library featuring Teen pop star Justin Prince.
    • Teen Dream
        • Magazine that Lisa requests Homer bring home for her when she stays home sick from school. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F)
    • Teen Scream
        • Magazine that Lisa requests Homer bring home for her when she stays home sick from school. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F)
    • Teen Steam
        • Magazine that Lisa requests Homer bring home for her when she stays home sick from school. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F)
    • TeenVague
        • Magazine featuring Jeremy on the cover. Parody of Teen Vogue.
    • Tempo
        • In the Oracle/Seer world, the sliders find a stack of magazines, including News Monthly, Viewpoint and Tempo. The cover of the copy of News Monthly reads Magazine with cover story: JFK DEAD at 78. (Season 2 episode Obsession)
    • TV Listings
        • Stand-in for TV Guide. (From the "Galaxy Quest 20th Anniversary: The Journey Continues" mockumentary)
    • Tween Hit
        • Magazine featuring cover story about The Umbrella Academy. (Season 1 episode We Only See Each Other at Weddings and Funerals)
    • Viewpoint
        • In the Oracle/Seer world, the sliders find a stack of magazines, including News Monthly, Viewpoint and Tempo. The cover of the copy of News Monthly reads Magazine with cover story: JFK DEAD at 78. (Season 2 episode Obsession)

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