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  • Magazines-Other
    • Accounting Magazine
        • Magazine that Ben references that ranked restaurants the number one riskiest business in their last issue before the folded, since magazines were also ranked very risky. (Season 6 episode The Wall)
    • Aficionado Monthly
        • Magazine Michael mentions when Pam lets it slip that Michael reads Cracked and he wants to make sure it's clear that Cracked isn't the only magazine he reads. (Season 2 episode Office Olympics)
    • Agnostic Toad
        • Justine's new boyfriend Billy's magazine. Justine: "You know, I'm sure when people read your zine, not everyone thinks it's art." Billy: "Hey, Agnostic Toad is fucking awesome. I don't care what people think of it." (Season 1 episode This is One of those Moments)
    • Allude
        • Magazine featuring cover story about Zhao Long Ji and The Pearl.
    • American Carnivore
        • Magazine with cover story on Wolf: "Wunderkind Corey Wolf-Hart: A Dash of Danger,& a Pinch of Panic” (Season 1 episodes Beyond the Truffledome, Return of the Present)
    • American Flyer
        • Magazine that comes to Nantucket to interview Joe (Season 2 episode The Story of Joe)
    • The American Journal of No One Cares
        • Joke Terry makes when Captain Holt mentions an interesting article in a scientific journal he found while researching ways to raise morale: Oh, was it from The American Journal of No One Cares? (Season 4 episode The Night Shift)
    • American Poetry Perspectives
        • New record added 4/28/2022
        • Lisa sends Moe's poem Howling at a Concrete Moon to American Poetry Perspectives literary magazine. (Season 18 episode Moe'N'a Lisa)
    • American Ronin
        • The Pusher - Robert Patrick Modell - placed ads in this magazine. The first one was placed in April 1994. (Season 3 episode Pusher)
    • Amnesia Monthly
        • Magazine Marge reads after passing out from cleaning fumes, and waking up in the hospital with amnesia. Cover story: Tips on finding your way home. (Season 17 episode Regarding Margie)
    • Asian Brides
        • When Roy visits Lancaster Bowl to sell bowling supplies, the clerk is reading Asian Brides.
    • Assault Weapon Magazine
        • Bart sneaks out of the house to attend the Murder 4 Life Benefit all star concert at Springfield Coliseum, featuring rappers Da Glock Pointaz, Romeo Smoov, Queen Booty Shaykah, M.C. Champagne Millionaire and Assault Weapon Magazine's Man of the Year - Alcatraaaz. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • Bad Boys Life
        • Magazine that Bart reads. (Season 6 episode Lisa's Rival) Magazine Bart brings along when the Simpsons visit the beach. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Ballpoint Pen Digest
        • Magazine at the newsstand that Krusty passes on his way home from dinner at the Simpsons' house. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Bar and Stool Magazine
        • Magazine. Cover story titled, Through the Roof! about Moe's recent success with his new mixed drink, the Flaming Moe. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Bartenders Monthly Magazine
        • Magazine Woody wants to submit his mixed drink to (Season 5 episode 7 Young Dr. Weinstein)
    • Baseball
        • Generic magazine at the newsstand where Lisa finds local jazz magazines with Bart on the cover. (Season 18 episode Jazzy and the Pussycats)
    • Blaxim
        • Magazine = black Maxim. (Season 1 episode Bobby McFerrin vs. Michael Winslow, Season 5 episode Y'all Ready for This?)
    • Braille Weekly
        • Magazine mentioned in the slogan for Animal Assistants, the store where Homer buys Mojo, his new helper monkey. "As felt in Braille Weekly" (Season 9 episode Girly edition)
    • Brazil's Finest
        • 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. (Season 6 episode 27 Club)
    • Bride Magazine
        • Cover story that Bobbie tells Joey she got for him, thinking she's talking to Tori Spelling. (Season 1 episode Joey and the Moving In)
    • Bullshit Magazine
        • Joke Nate's employees make about his fake girlfriend - that she's a fake model for a fake magazine called Bullshit Magazine.
    • Burger World
        • When Mama gets a job at MacRay's so she can earn extra money for a trip to Hawaii, the manager tells her he read that senior citizens make the best employees in a magazine called Burger World.
    • Cat Fancier
        • Magazine on the Kwik-E-Mart magazine rack near the copy of Entertainment Weekly with Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman that Apu imagines are taking to him. (Season 7 episode Much Apu About Nothing)
    • Cat Lover's Monthly
        • One of many magazines ALF subscribes to, described as: "kind of a letdown - no recipes." (Season 1 episode Come Fly With Me)
    • Catholic Teenager Magazine
        • Catholic Teenage Magazine sponsored the 'Fight VD' Talent Show at St. Monica's Catholic High School.
    • Chest Hair Magazine
        • Magazine that awarded Elliot Gould the Sexiest Man Alive. (2/26/2022 Host John Mulaney - Five-Timers Club)
    • Chestwear Monthly
        • Magazine that Homer reads, with Bart on the cover. "Public cottons to Simpson's shirts" (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Cigarette Aficionado
        • Magazine that Homer's Vegas wife Amber reads in the backyard. (Season 13 episode Brawl in the Family)
    • City Magazine
        • Local Chicago magazine featuring big shot lawyer Martin Vail on the cover.
    • Composure Magazine
        • Fashion/Lifesyle magazine similar to Cosmo that forces Andie Anderson to write article about how to get a guy to break up with you in less than two weeks.
    • Concert Hall
        • Generic magazine at the newsstand where Lisa finds local jazz magazines with Bart on the cover. (Season 18 episode Jazzy and the Pussycats)
    • Concert Hall Weekly
        • Magazine featuring architect Frank Gehry's Los Angeles concert hall. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Contemporary Radio Magazine
        • The new office intern mentions a quote of Dave's from the magazine Contemporary Radio Magazine back in April 1993. The quote: "No truly great radio journalist has ever had anything handed to him on a silver platter." (Season 4 episode Monster Rancher)
    • Contraband
        • Literary magazine that published one of Jack's short stories, the one about the child molester named Monkey.
    • Cooking with Coconut Magazine
        • Magazine at the newsstand that Krusty passes on his way home from dinner at the Simpsons' house. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Custom Cruiser Magazine
        • Teen-age boy reading just opened letter says, I won! My reader survey for Custom Cruiser Magazine was the first one returned! The editor is coming to town next week to take pictures of my lowrider for the May issue!
    • Danzburg Magazine
        • Magazine in the airport bookstore featuring the articleNot Kidding Around: "The Unprecedented Rise of Oliver Foley". (Episode Nightmare at 30,000 Feet)
    • Dean Magazine
        • A reporter follows Dean Pelton around to write an article about him. (Season 2 episode Applied Anthropology and Culinary Arts)
    • Dean's Health
        • Magazine featuring Dean Pelton after he joins the school board. Cover story: "Health & the Gay Dean: Embracing the new lifestyle" (Season 6 episode Queer Studies & Advanced Waxing)
    • Design Digest
        • Magazine Harry consults when remodeling his office. (Season 9 episode Poker? I Hardly Knew Her)
    • Desperado
        • Magazine for sale at Around the World News, a newsstand at Springfield Mall. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F)
    • Detox
        • Fashion magazines on the wall of the modeling agency where Cyborganizer works after his TV show is retooled by the network into a sitcom. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Disposable Income
        • 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. (Season 6 episode 27 Club)
    • Dividends
        • 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. (Season 6 episode 27 Club)
    • Domestic Bliss Made Easy
        • Reading material in Maggie and Colin's house in the suburbs when they are taken to Reorientation Compound Four on the pharmacotherapy world. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • Dorgon Magazine
        • Magazine at newsstand, designed by production illustrator Tom Southwell.
    • Drawn and Quarterly
        • Harry Stone: Well, I guess the next step is obvious.
          Bull Shannon: Right. We kill him. Then we rip his face off. Then we put it back on upside down.
          Harry Stone: You subscribe to Drawn and Quarterly, don't you?
          (Season 4 episode Caught Red Handed)
    • The Duquesne Medical Digest
        • Medical journal that Louis Creed reads, deciding to write a dissenting letter regarding a long article concerning dissolving sutures, proving the writer's main contentions were specious, his case examples self-serving, his research almost criminally sloppy, blowing the stupid fuck right off the map.
    • Earth Geographic
        • Magazine created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press. Stand in for National Geographic.
    • Epic Stories from Beyond
        • Harold Lauder receives a rejection letter from literary magazine Epic Stories from Beyond. (Episode The End)
    • Eternity
        • Magazine advertising Dr. Marvin Monroe Subliminal Tape Club that Lisa shows Homer. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • Faberge Egg Owner
        • Magazine at the newsstand that Krusty passes on his way home from dinner at the Simpsons' house. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Fancy Brudgom
        • Magazine where Jake gets him and Boyle a Fancy Bedste Venners feature for them. (Season 8 episode The Last Day)
    • Fantasy
        • Magazine for sale at Around the World News, a newsstand at Springfield Mall. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F)
    • Fat Ass Nurse
        • Magazine Jessica tells the convict she's volunteering with at the prison that she'll buy him a subscription to if he wins the poem competition (episode Charity Begins in Cell Block D)
    • Feeble
        • Magazine - The Simpsons version of People - on shelf at grocery store behind Marge in opening sequence. (Season 1 episode Bart the Genius)
    • Female Felons
        • Magazine a police officer reads. Cover story: Life in a women's prison. (episode Revenge and Remorse)
    • Figure.1
        • Magazine featuring cover story about Zhao Long Ji and The Pearl.
    • First-Born Twin Magazine
        • Twins Sherri and Terri read twin-themed magazines. Sherri reads First-Born Twin Magazine, featuring Patty Bouvier on the cover; Terri reads Second-Born Twin Magazine, featuring Selma Bouvier on the cover. (Season 16 Sleeping with the Enemy)
    • Five Diamond Magazine
        • The Simpsons plan to stay at the Dayton Arms Hotel in Dayton for Uncle Tyrone's birthday. It got three diamonds from Five Diamond magazine. Homer and Marge end up flying to Miami Beach instead, and the hotel gets destroyed by a tornado. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Forensics Quarter
        • FQ. Masuka's article comes out - he passes out copies at the station. (Season 3 episode The Lion Sleeps Tonight)
    • Fretful Mother Magazine
        • Marge's magazine that says if a child doesn't talk by age one, she should consider a corrective tongue extender. (Season 4 episode Lisa's First Word)
    • Friends Weekly
        • Magazine Troy and Abed created and put themselves on the cover. (Season 3 episode Pillows and Blankets)
    • Front & Center
        • Framed magazine on shelf in the CEO's office, with the CEO on the cover.
    • Fully Dressed Woman's Monthly
        • Joke Frasier makes about Lilith's present to him - a sexy painting of her climbing over a couch, but fully dressed (Season 9 episode 21 It's a Wonderful Wife)
    • Fun Boy Magazine
        • Magazine movie star Dawn Robbins poses for (Season 1 episode The Penguin's a Jinx)
    • Galaxy Science Fiction
        • Rival to Incredible Tales, the science fiction magazine where Benny works in Sisko's mid–20th century New York City hallucination. (Season 6 episode Far Beyond the Stars)
    • Gay Administrator
        • Magazine featuring Dean Pelton after he joins the school board. Cover story: "Big Gay Dean on Campus" (Season 6 episode Queer Studies & Advanced Waxing)
    • Gay Gazine
        • Magazine featuring Dean Pelton after he joins the school board. Cover story: "Sex & School: The Gay Dean" (Season 6 episode Queer Studies & Advanced Waxing)
    • Gentleman's Quarterly
        • The news vendor called Bernie's near the entrance to the park on the matriarchy world sells magazines Gentleman's Quarterly and the Sports Monthly swimsuit edition magazine, featuring men wearing tiny Speedos. (Season 1 episode The Weaker Sex)
    • Ghoul Housekeeping
        • World's gone to hell. No germs, no science. World's fallen to the supernatural, it's a supernatural world. Harper's Bizarre and Saturday Evening Ghost and Ghoul Housekeeping. 'Young Dr. Jekyll' and 'Dracula's Other Wife' and 'Death Can Be Beautiful'. 'Don't be half-staked' and Smith Brothers' Coffin Drops.
    • Glamazon
        • Magazine Martin reads at the hospital (Season 10 episode Rooms With a View)
    • Goal
        • Magazine. Alex: "I lay on the bed thinking this was like real heaven, and I read some of the mags they'd given me - 'Worldsport', 'Sinny' (this being a film mag) and 'Goal'."
    • Golf Novice
        • Magazine on the Kwik-E-Mart magazine rack near the copy of Entertainment Weekly with Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman that Apu imagines are taking to him. (Season 7 episode Much Apu About Nothing)
    • Groom's Quarterly
        • 
Magazine Bull buys to help him with his wedding. (Season 9 episode Teacher's Pet)
    • Gun Times
        • Firearm aficionado magazine featuring Simone.
    • Gundumb
        • Magazine that anime girl Kendra reads in Rick's office. Parody of Gundam. (Season 5 episode Gotron Jerrysis Rickvangelion)
    • Hair Pulled Back Magazine
        • From joke Gina makes, she asks Santiago why she's in such a good mood - did she make the cover of Hair Pulled Back Magazine (Season 1 episode Sal's Pizza)
    • Harper's Bizarre
        • World's gone to hell. No germs, no science. World's fallen to the supernatural, it's a supernatural world. Harper's Bizarre and Saturday Evening Ghost and Ghoul Housekeeping. 'Young Dr. Jekyll' and 'Dracula's Other Wife' and 'Death Can Be Beautiful'. 'Don't be half-staked' and Smith Brothers' Coffin Drops.
    • Homemaker Magazine
        • When the Simpsons start getting their neighbor's mail, Marge wins Homemaker Magazine's Clean for a Day contest, where the company sends maids to her house to clean. (Season 17 episode Regarding Margie)
    • Homer!
        • New record added 5/14/2022
        • Magazine full of photos of Homer, by world’s greatest celebrity shutterbug - Enrico Irritazio. (Season 18 episode Homerazzi)
    • Hospital Supply and Prosthetic Magazine
        • Magazine featuring the Cougar 9000, the Rolls Royce of wheelchairs. (Season 4 episode The Handicap Spot)
    • House
        • Generic magazine at the newsstand where Lisa finds local jazz magazines with Bart on the cover. (Season 18 episode Jazzy and the Pussycats)
    • House & Style
        • Magazine that Joe from the sewage department is reading in his office when Leslie pays him a visit. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Iatric Monthly
        • 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. (Season 6 episode 27 Club)
    • Idle Chatter
        • Magazine Marge's sisters read at the beauty parlor, featuring the Fatherhood Quotient quiz that Marge makes Homer take, and he fails. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • In Code
        • Magazine Kellogg says he works for when he shows up at Teledyne Systems. (episode Game Time)
    • Incredible Tales
        • Science fiction magazine from Sisko's mid–20th century New York City hallucination where Benny works. (Season 6 episode Far Beyond the Stars)
    • Industrial Review
        • Magazine featuring cover story about Zhao Long Ji and The Pearl.
    • International Sophisticate Magazine
        • Magazine Tahani mentions. (Season 1 episode Jason Mendoza) Shown in the checkout line at the grocery store that Eleanor visits shortly before dying. Tahani is on the cover. (Season 1 episode Mindy St. Claire)
    • Investor
        • Magazine featuring cover story about Zhao Long Ji and The Pearl.
    • I'm Poor Magazine
        • Joke Lindsay makes when Michael tells her he's selling the company jet: "Why don't we just take out an ad in I'm Poor Magazine?" (Season 1)
    • Jamaica Honeymoon
        • Magazine at Joe and Helen's hotel in Jamaica. (Season 7 episode Burnin' Down the House)
    • Jazz
        • Generic magazine at the newsstand where Lisa finds local jazz magazines with Bart on the cover. (Season 18 episode Jazzy and the Pussycats)
    • Joco
        • Journal of Canine Obedience. Magazine that Miss Winthrop of Miss Winthrop's Canine College reads. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F) Magazine customer reads in the lobby at the Springfield Animal Hospital. (Season 3 episode Dog of Death)
    • The Journal of Psychiatric Medicine
        • Magazine Dr. Honey Snow says she read article Niles wrote (Season 2 episode You Scratch My Book…)
    • Journal of the American Chiropractic Association
        • Alan mentions that he had an article published in which he coined the phrase Massive Mammory Syndrome for women with large breasts in the Journal of the American Chiropractic Association. (Season 3 episode Principal Gallagher's Lesbian Lover)
    • Journal of the American Ornithological Society
        • Chapter 7: 'A Brother to Dragons'. Pages 29-32: An excerpt from the Journal of the American Ornithological Society. Note that this is the least informative backup feature in the series, telling us nothing new.
    • Junior Skeptic Magazine
        • Magazine Lisa reads, and mentions. (Season 8 episode The Springfield Files) Magazine Lisa reads while Homer watches Exploitation Theater on TV. (Season 9 episode Simpson Tide)
    • Kezia
        • Magazine - Eureka version of Cosmo or Glamour - in Jo's desk drawer at the police station (Season 2 episode Family Reunion)
    • Kier Life Magazine
        • Mark's sister Devon researches Gabriela Arteta online, finding her family featured in an article from Kier Life Magazine. Caption beneath photo: "The Arteta family takes time out of their busy schedule to pose for Kier Life Magazine in their hometown of Kier.” Text below that: "Indeed, it has been a transformative few years for the Arteta in many ways. Not only has Angelo, the former mayor of the pint-sized town of Wilson, ascended to a seat of major statewide power on the momentum of his controversial and vocal support for legalized Severance (and since won reelection by an even greater landslide), but the family's home life has been further upended by what Gabriela calls a "frequently traumatic” renovation of their kitchen.” (Season 1 episode Hide and Seek)
    • Kill Weekly
        • Magazine featuring"All the news that's fit to kill" at newsstand, designed by production illustrator Tom Southwell.
    • Kitchens and Corners
        • One of the magazines that Herman's company fact-checks. Mentioned in pilot episode.
    • Latino Colorado
        • Magazine featuring Dean Pelton after he joins the school board. Cover story: "Ole! With Domingo & his Gay Dean" (Season 6 episode Queer Studies & Advanced Waxing)
    • Lock 'N' Load
        • Gun magazine Dexter finds while searching the Bay Harbor Butcher copycat's apartment. (Season 2 episode Dex, Lies and Videotape)
    • Logan's
        • Literary magazine where editor Henry Wilson worked, which ultimately phased out fiction and didn't end up ever publishing Reg Thorpe's short story. (story The Ballad of the Flexible Bullet)
    • Magazine Monthly
        • Cover story: Dean Magazine Shuts Down After Two Issues: Worst Idea for a Magazine Ever. (Season 2 episode Applied Anthropology and Culinary Arts)
    • Master Bait
        • One of the magazines in the magazine rack at Tide-U-Over Mart in Pacific Ocean City (Season 3 episode 4 Fish Out of Water) "Gills! Gills! Gills!"
    • Mercenary Monthly
        • Magazine the reporter that comes to Nantucket to interview Joe used to write for (Season 2 episode The Story of Joe)
    • Middling Warlord Weekly
        • Joke Nick makes to Amy the night they first meet when she claims to be a warlord.
    • Military Ma'am
        • Gun magazine Jo reads. (Season 2 episode Noche de Sueños) Zane brings Jo a copy when she's recuperating from the bullet found inside her. (Season 4 episode Crossing Over)
    • Mode & Method
        • Magazine featuring cover story about Zhao Long Ji and The Pearl.
    • Modern American Militia
        • Guns magazine Lee was selling to raise money for the Christian Patriots Food Bank.
    • Modern Jewish Father
        • Magazine at the newsstand that Krusty passes on his way home from dinner at the Simpsons' house. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Modern Mercenary
        • Magazine Jo is reading in the police station in the Pilot episode.
    • Modern Mother
        • Greg pretends to be reading a magazine outside the Oyster Bay drugstore, which turns out to be an article about Mjolka Breast Pumps in Modern Mother.
    • Modern Skeptic
        • There's a magazine called Modern Skeptic and the cover reads, "What really happened to Oceanic Flight 815?"
    • Modern Wench Magazine
        • Magazine from the Middle Ages in Marge's telling of Henry VIII at the library. (Season 15 episode Margical History Tour)
    • Money & Leisure
        • Fake magazine. Cover story: America's hottest power couple - an exclusive interview with Lou & Kelly Dorchen.
    • Moni
        • Magazine at newsstand, designed by production illustrator Tom Southwell.
    • The Monocle
        • Niles gets a job as an art critic for a magazine called the Monocle (Season 7 episode Everyone's a Critic)
    • The Mortician Monthly
        • After Herman has his poetry published in The Mortician Monthly, a shy coworker named Clyde asks him to compose love letters to help him attract the attention of a young lady he's fallen for. (Episode Cyrano de Munster)
    • Music
        • Generic magazine at the newsstand where Lisa finds local jazz magazines with Bart on the cover. (Season 18 episode Jazzy and the Pussycats)
    • Music Press
        • Magazine that taps Norman to write an article about the The Dregs of Humanity, the rock band that Matthew and Eli create to perform at the high school's Homecoming dance. (Episode The Dregs of Humanity Part 1)
    • National Cat Society
        • Magazine ALF mentions (Season 4 episode Lies)
    • Neonate Monthly
        • 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. (Season 6 episode 27 Club)
    • New Ager Magazine
        • Magazine at the new Age store Karma-ceuticals where Homer takes Lisa. (Season 10 episode Make Room For Lisa)
    • New England Bi-ways
        • Glossy bi-monthly published in Concord that sent Adrian Mellon on assignment to Derry to cover the Canal Days festival.
    • New Republic for Kids
        • Magazine Lisa mentions when the family debates how to spend the $2000 that Homer received for the Montgomery Burns Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Excellence. (Season 3 episode Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?)
    • New York Radio Guide
        • An annual publication with reviews of each radio station. The gang at WNYX go crazy over the new '96-'97 edition. (Season 3 episode Review)
    • The New York Review of Mops
        • Magazine Willy is reading when Bart's ice ball destroys his shack. (Season 17 episode My Fair Laddy)
    • Nice
        • Magazine that Scratchy reads when Ned lets the kids watch Itchy & Scratchy. (Season 7 episode Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily)
    • Nothing Ever Ends (story)
        • Dale Petey's story Fogdancing: My Summary published in literary journal Nothing Ever Ends in 2005, a literary journal that publishes an annual issue dedicated to the novel by Max Shea. (Peteypedia supplemental materials - HBO website)
    • Now's Not the Time
        • Fake magazine from joke during Weekend Update, aimed at story about the youngest billionaire ever. (Season 45 episode Saturday Night Live at Home, with host Tom Hanks)
    • Nun's Life
        • First there's a shot of a nun reading Boy's Life, then cut to a shot of a boy reading a magazine called Nun's Life.
    • Orange
        • In the Target commercial in which everything is orange, there's a girl dressed in orange, sitting in an orange chair in an orange room, reading an orange magazine called, appropriately enough, ORANGE.
    • Organic Hair Care
        • Magazine the coroner who wants to be a beautician is reading when Kolchak goes to the morgue to get information about a murder. (Episode Chopper)
    • Overpass Monthly
        • What looks a sign that says, "Bridge out" turns out to be the quote "Bridge outstanding", from Overpass Monthly magazine. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Paraphilia Monthly
        • Magazine visible in Dr. James Mantleray's apartment. "The sensitive study in objects and stimuli" (episode Having a Day)
    • Peace Pipe Aficionado
        • Native American magazine. "What your end feather says about you" (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
    • Pediatrica
        • 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. (Season 6 episode 27 Club)
    • Pharmaceuticals Illustrated
        • Bob mentions tracking down a copy of Pharmaceuticals Illustrated to find an an article by a friend titled, "Cough Syrups Versus Throat Lozenges: Take Your Choice” (Season 2 episode By the Way… You're Fired)
        • Bob asks Don if he's still writing article for Pharmaceuticals Illustrated. He is, and his latest article is called "Iodine, Schmiodine”. (Season 3 episode Life is a Hamburger)
    • Plane Disasters
        • Magazine on the Kwik-E-Mart magazine rack near the copy of Entertainment Weekly with Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman that Apu imagines are taking to him. (Season 7 episode Much Apu About Nothing)
    • Poise
        • Jenna Rink travels through time to her thirties and finds that she's an editor at the magazine Poise, currently at war with its rival, Sparkle.
    • Popular Secretary
        • Magazine Lionel Hutz' secretary is reading when Homer arrives. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets Hit by a Car)
    • Principal's World
        • Magazine Principal Skinner reads in waiting room at the Springfield Psychiatric Center. (Season 6 episode Fear of Flying)
    • Prison Bride
        • Sideshow Bob reads Prison Bride magazine at Springfield Penitentiary. (Season 12 episode Day of the Jackanapes)
    • Progressive Pointe
        • Magazine featuring the article The End of Civility? by Justin Sanderson. (Episode Nightmare at 30,000 Feet)
    • Psychic Phenomenon
        • Magazine seen at convenience store. (Season 1 episode I Am Also a We)
    • The Queen
        • Magazine on the desk of the little girl writing a letter to the queen of England.
    • Queer Focus
        • "Weird free newspaper" that Bart checks out at the Limited Appeal Theater. (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Radio Ink
        • Magazine that interviews Dave (Season 3 episode Mistake), Max holds up a framed issue with Bill on the cover. (Season 4 episode Monster Rancher)
    • Reading Digest
        • The Simpsons version of Reader's Digest magazine, sponsor of the Patriots of Tomorrow Essay Contest that Lisa enters. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
    • Real Simple Magazine
        • Joke Oscar makes about why he never told June to load the dishwasher with the silverware tines up. (Season 1 episode Another Place)
    • Reservoir Journal
        • Mark's sister Devon researches Gabriela Arteta online, finding an article from the Reservoir Journal: "Angelo Arteta and Wife Gabriela Celebrate His Reelection to Office”. (Season 1 episode Hide and Seek)
    • The Review of Woollett
        • Lambert Strether tells his new friend Maria Gostrey that he is the editor of the Review of Woollett, a money-losing journal bankrolled by his fiancée.
    • Rise
        • One of the magazines published by David's father's publishing company Aames Publishing.
    • Roman a Clef
        • Jack Colquitt's Take A Chance is serialized in this Magazine. (Season 4 episode Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man)
    • Runway
        • Fashion magazine based on novelist Lauren Weisberger's experience as Anna Wintour's first assistant at Vogue.
    • Rut
        • Fake magazine from joke Jubal makes. Dr. Nelson: "I saw this patient only ten days ago. Tell me where he got those muscles?" Jubal: "Why, he sent in a coupon from the back cover of Rut: The Magazine for He-Men. You know, the ad that tells how a ninety-pound weakling can-"
    • Scholastic Weekly
        • One of the magazines that Herman's company fact-checks. Mentioned in pilot episode.
    • Seattle Style Magazine
        • Magazine Niles mentions (Season 3 episode Love Bites Dog)
    • Second-Born Twin Magazine
        • Twins Sherri and Terri read twin-themed magazines. Sherri reads First-Born Twin Magazine, featuring Patty Bouvier on the cover; Terri reads Second-Born Twin Magazine, featuring Selma Bouvier on the cover. (Season 16 Sleeping with the Enemy)
    • Self-Test Monthly
        • Magazine that Homer gets in the mail. Now he finally gets to find out what makes him tick. (Season 11 episode Kill the Alligator and Run)
    • Sidney's Animal & Fowl
        • Rick said quietly, "I don't want a domestic pet. I want what I originally had, a large animal. A sheep or if I can get the money a cow or a steer or what you have; a horse." The bounty from retiring five andys would do it, he realized. A thousand dollars apiece, over and above my salary. Then somewhere I could find, from someone, what I want. Even if the listing in Sidney's Animal & Fowl is in italics. Five thousand dollars - but, he thought, the five andys first have to make their way to Earth from one of the colony planets; I can't control that, I can't make five of them come here, and even if I could there are other bounty hunters with other police agencies throughout the world. The andys would specifically have to take up residence in Northern California, and the senior bounty hunter in this area, Dave Holden, would have to die or retire.
    • Sinny
        • Magazine. Alex: "I lay on the bed thinking this was like real heaven, and I read some of the mags they'd given me - 'Worldsport', 'Sinny' (this being a film mag) and 'Goal'."
    • Sit magazine
        • 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)
    • Sky World
        • Airline company magazine. Howard is featured as the "Sky Guy of the Month”. (Season 4 episode A Matter of Vice-Principal)
    • Smoker's Digest
        • Magazine Doris says she reads. "Did you know Jesus smoked three packs a day?" (Season 1 episode L.A. Jay)
    • Smothering Mother
        • New record added 5/17/2022
        • Magazine Marge gets in the mail that makes her throw away Maggie's pacifier. A Larry Flynt publication. (Season 18 episode Crook and Ladder)
    • Soap Studs
        • Sam Beckett leaps into heart-throb star Kyle Hart, who portrays Dr. Craig Connor on the daytime soap opera Moments to Live. (Season 4 episode Moments to Live)
        • Magazine featuring Frasier's new supermodel girlfriend he meets on the plane to Acapulco (Season 5 episode Frasier's Imaginary Friend)
    • Southern Journal of Infectious Diseases
        • Also known as The SJID. Magazine Vince claims to be a journalist for when he's trying to steal the biopsy sample that was taken from the wound on Dave's leg (Season 5 episode Exposure)
    • Sparkle
        • Jenna Rink travels through time to her thirties and finds that she's an editor at the magazine Poise, currently at war with its rival, Sparkle.
    • Spinout
        • One of the magazines published by David's father's publishing company Aames Publishing.
    • Sponge and Vacuum
        • Magazine that the clerk offers Marge at the newsstand, her regular. (Season 6 episode The Springfield Connection)
    • Springfield Magazine
        • Magazine that Mrs. Krabappel reads in her apartment. Cover story: Krusty picks Springfield's best chili. (Season 3 episode Bart the Lover) Local magazine in Springfield. (Season 9 episode Realty Bites)
    • Stud Puppy Magazine
        • One of the artifacts JD plants at the scene of Ram and Kurt's fake suicide pact.
    • Success Now
        • Fake magazine with Lou on the cover. Lou Dorchen "I am the inventor of the internet". The man behind Lougle.
    • Successful Lady Magazine
        • The fake magazine with Alex on the cover that Frank uses during his presentation to emotionally manipulate Scott and Kate into going into business running an underground casino with him. "The magazine that destroys the glass ceiling."
    • Sugar Bae
        • Magazine with pop star Ashley O on the cover. (Season 5 episode Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too)
    • Super Fantastic Science Fiction Stories
        • Science fiction magazine the crew of the MR1 reads on the way to Mars.
    • Superhero Now
        • Magazine Miss Lint/Joan of Arc frequently seen reading (Season 2 episodes Hot Beige!, Lei-Lo, Ho!)
    • Svelte
        • Magazine Mister Mental's assistant is reading when he's controlling the Tick. Parody of magazines like Glamour.
    • Sweet
        • Fashion magazines on the wall of the modeling agency where Cyborganizer works after his TV show is retooled by the network into a sitcom. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • S'nuff
        • Magazine teaching the strong-willed man how to dress, think, eat and fuck.
    • Talking Out of Your Ass Magazine
        • Joke Monica makes at Chandler: Monica: You know, maybe you should consider writing for Talking Out of Your Ass Magazine. (Season 6 episode The One that Could Have Been)
    • Tax Reform Now
        • Economics magazine Lee was selling to raise money for the Christian Patriots Food Bank.
    • Teen Modern Maturity
        • Lisa read about the TV show Taxicab Confessions in Teen Modern Maturity magazine, where they film secretly passengers and catch them at their most uninhibited. (Season 14 episode How I Spent My Strummer Vacation)
    • Temporarily Deaf Weekly
        • Magazine Bart reads after getting inoculated and losing his hearing. (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
    • Things Magazine
        • Magazine featuring Essence, the hot new bar in Eagleton where they guys go for Ben's bachelor party. (Season 5 episode Two Parties)
        • New record added 5/1/2022
        • Magazine Shirley reads, preparing for her second marriage to Andre. (Season 3 episode Urban Matrimony and the Sandwich Arts)
    • Tomorrow's Health
        • When Bob tells Carols this is the day that he receives his copy of Psychology Today, she corrects him - today he gets Tomorrow's Health. Tomorrow, he gets Psychology Today. (Season 3 episode A Pound of Flesh)
    • Toon Beat
        • Magazine about cartoons. Cover story: Homer Simpson and Pooch: The Voice of Cool. $4.95 (Season 8 episode The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochy Show)
    • Top 25: The Magazine of Lists
        • 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. (Season 6 episode 27 Club)
    • TriQuarterly
        • Pam sends Ellen a book of her poetry called Muse #10. The back bio page mentions that she's had work published in TriQuarterly, Poetry Northwest and Emergency Horse Magazine. (Season 2 episode Pathfinder)
    • Trout Weekly
        • Magazine Sewer Urchin is reading when the lava man falls into the sewer Season 1 episode The Tick Vs. The Mole-Men.
    • The Truth!
        • Science fiction magazine Lee was selling to raise money for the Christian Patriots Food Bank.
    • TV Digest
        • One of the magazines published by David's father's publishing company Aames Publishing.
    • UFO
        • Magazine on the Kwik-E-Mart magazine rack near the copy of Entertainment Weekly with Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman that Apu imagines are taking to him. (Season 7 episode Much Apu About Nothing)
    • UFO Spotter's Guide
        • Magazine Cliff says he read article de-bunking about astrology (Season 10 episode 25 An Old Fashioned Wedding Part 1)
    • Ugly Bowl Illustrated
        • Joke Charlie makes when he doesn't like the bowl Alan brings home. (Season 4 episode The Leather Gear is in the Guest Room)
    • Unnecessary Flight Catalog
        • The magazine Marge reads on the Simpsons' flight to Africa. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • The Utne Reader
        • Lisa receives a letter about subscription to this magazine from actor Edward James Olmos. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • Vegas Life
        • Magazine ALF reads (Season 4 episode Love on the Rocks)
    • View of Art
        • Art magazine where Lorelle's mother's artwork is featured, after Lorelle changes the past (Episode Time to Time)
    • Wealth
        • Framed magazine on shelf in the CEO's office, with the CEO on the cover.
    • Weekly
        • Generic magazine at the newsstand where Lisa finds local jazz magazines with Bart on the cover. (Season 18 episode Jazzy and the Pussycats)
    • The Weekly Volcano
        • Soon after Jo March moves to New York City, she tries to sell a sexy adventure story to a magazine called The Weekly Volcano. The magazine buys Jo's story, makes cuts to the text, and tells her that for future stories, she should make it short and spicy, and never mind the moral.
    • Weird Contest Magazine
        • Michael makes up a story that the reason the humans are in The Good Place Postal Services Correspondence Center is because they won a contest. (Season 3 episode The Book of Dougs)
    • West Coast Whales
        • Magazine that the new boss D'Angelo Vickers mentions: "Best whale watching. Easily the west coast. If you're gonna go whale watching on the east coast, you might wanna bring a magazine called West Coast Whales. 'Cause you're not gonna see 'em." (Season 7 episode Training Day)
    • Wires
        • 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. (Season 6 episode 27 Club)
    • Women's Wear Daily
        • Joke George makes about his old friend Richard, now dating George's best ex-wife, saying that he's the new editor, while Richard actually edits GQ. (Season 1 episode The Case of the Missing Screenplay)
    • Working Mother
        • Magazine that Bart reads in order to learn how to take care of the eggs he found in a nest after accidentally killing their mother. (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
    • World
        • Generic magazine at the newsstand where Lisa finds local jazz magazines with Bart on the cover. (Season 18 episode Jazzy and the Pussycats)
    • World Anthropologist
        • One of the magazines that Herman's company fact-checks. Mentioned in pilot episode.
    • Zorg
        • Magazine at newsstand, designed by production illustrator Tom Southwell.
    • ZZYGY
        • Diane submits a poem to this literary magazine, but gets rejected. But then Sam submits a poem (that turns out to be an old poem by Diane) and it is accepted (Season 5 episode 10 Everyone Imitates Art)

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