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  • Natural Areas
    • Anhondo Plains
        • Natural area on the planet Lamuella. "Arthur, regarding perfectly normal beasts of the planet Lamuella: They come from a point just slightly to the east of the Hondo Mountains. They're the big ones behind us here, you must have seen them as you came in, and then they sweep in their thousands across the great Anhondo plains and, er, well that's it really. That's where they come from. That's where they go."
    • The Archimedes Trench
        • Trench more than a mile deep at the bottom of the enchanting Global Dynamics aquafarm (Season 5 episode In Too Deep)
    • The Arctic Parallel Neutral Zone
        • Up north, Torus security forces battle Bloc paramilitaries over the Great Slave Lake Oil Refinery. The refinery borders the Arctic Parallel neutral zone. Torus executives accuse the Arctic Parallel of providing a safe haven for Bloc leaders.
        • Area outside Springfield where Ruth Powers takes Marge when Chief Wiggum attempts to pull them over. "Entering Badlands. High-speed chases use diamond lane." (Season 5 episode Marge on the Lam)
    • The Barren Lands
        • Aeryn and Dregon go rock-climbing on the Devastator Reefs in the Barren Lands of the royal planet. (Season 2 episode Look at the Princess)
    • The Barrens
        • Natural area outside of Derry.
    • The Bat Cave
        • Batman and Robin's secret headquarters, residing beneath Wayne Manor.
        • Natural area on Tatooine where Peli Motto tells her droids to take Toro Calican's body after Mando kills him. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger)
    • Black Widow Bluff
        • One of the many landmarks up in the White Mountains that Max named while staying at his parents' cabin when he was growing up.
    • Blood Ridge
        • Location mentions... "Birdperson's big day was at Blood Ridge on Glapflap's third moon against the Gromflamites." (Season 2 episode 10 The Wedding Squanchers)
        • Rick revisits The Battle of Blood Ridge in Birdperson's memory. One final chance to stop the Federation offense. (Season 5 episode Rickternal Friendship of the Spotless Mort)
    • Bone Desert
        • The DieCathalon host Susan Saint Jackalope's assistant informs him that there is no sign of Josh, Tiger and Wolf in the Bone Desert after they escape from The DieCathalon. (Season 3 episode There Will Be Borscht)
    • The Bottomless Chasm
        • After creating a clone of Panthro, Mumm-Ra plans to dispose of the real Panthro in the Bottomless Chasm. (Season 1 episode Spitting Image)
    • The Breach
        • A fissure between tectonic plates deep beneath the Pacific Ocean, a portal between dimensions through which alien life entered our world.
    • Buffalo Valley
        • Episode Big Heap Herman. The Munsters are heading for a vacation in Buffalo Valley when Herman gets off for a rest stop at Indian Flats.
    • Bumblebee Cliff
        • One of the many landmarks up in the White Mountains that Max named while staying at his parents' cabin when he was growing up.
    • Buzzard's Roost
        • One of the many landmarks up in the White Mountains that Max named while staying at his parents' cabin when he was growing up.
    • Canyon Country USA
        • Aron hallucinates that he's on a game show documenting his situation, playing the host, guest, and callers. "Good morning, everyone. It is seven o'clock here in Canyon Country USA. This morning, on the boulder, we have a very special guest: Self-proclaimed american superhero Aron Ralston."
    • Cape Flandaveral
        • Ned Flanders: "Greetings from Nededdy Space Center on Cape Flandaveral." (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • Carl's Dad Caverns
        • The Simpsons explore a local cave. "Discovered in 1956 by Carl's Dad" (Season 17 episode The Seemingly Never Ending Story)
    • Carol Canyon
        • Canyon on Planet Abed (episode Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas) Instead of oxygen the plants produce Christmas songs.
    • Cave Of Frozen Memories
        • Cave on Planet Abed (episode Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas)
    • Cave Of Holes
        • Cave from Abed's AD&D game from Season 5 episode 10 Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.
    • The Cave Of Time
        • After wandering into the Cave of Time, Tygra ages prematurely, getting years older every minute he's there. (Season 1 episode Trouble With Time)
    • The Chasm Of Souls
        • The ancient Nihongi Chronicles state that: "Within the tomb, one must face ‘the Ordeals of Himiko', cross the chasm of souls, pray to survive the faces of Himiko, behold her army of 10,000 handmaidens, descend upon Himiko's final resting place, unleashing her scourge."
    • Chastity Gulch
        • Ravine from the TV movie The Wild Women Of Chastity Gulch on K-DTV's programming board (Season 1 episode The Liberal Chokehold)
    • Cliffs Of Vertigo
        • In order to save Ro-Bear-Belle from Mumm-Ra, Lino-O orders Cheetara to cross the burning sands of the phosphorous desert, while he takes the Cliffs of Vertigo. That way, they'll hit them from both sides. (Season 1 episode The Doomgaze)
    • Congin Ridge
        • Mentioned as search location on police radio when Nathan chains Mara up in the cabin in Season 5 episode 3 Spotlight.
    • Contraception Overlook
        • In Professor Frink's vision of the future, Bart takes his girlfriend Jenda out to Contraception Overlook and asks her to marry him. (Season 16 episode Future-Drama)
    • Corkscrew Castle
        • Series of switchbacks that lead up to Enchanted Rock. One of the many landmarks up in the White Mountains that Max named while staying at his parents' cabin when he was growing up.
    • Crystal Lake Campground
        • Homer tracks down Marge after she is kidnapped by the real Hell's Satans motorcycle gang at the Crystal Lake Campground. (Season 11 episode Take My Wife, Sleaze)
    • Cytocaves Of Nora
        • Caves that Kuiil mentions when he meets Cara Dune: "This one, on the other hand, looks like she was farmed in the Cytocaves of Nora." (Chapter 7 The Reckoning)
    • Dead Man's Bluff
        • Bluff in Death Valley (Season 4 episode Mr. Sandman)
    • Dead Man's Canyon
        • Canyon in Death Valley (Season 4 episode Mr. Sandman)
    • Dead Man's Curve
        • One of the many landmarks up in the White Mountains that Max named while staying at his parents' cabin when he was growing up.
    • Dead Man's Gorge
        • Gorge in Death Valley (Season 4 episode Mr. Sandman)
    • Desert Of Sinking Sands
        • Using the Enchanted Golden Helmet of Pharnoor to control his mind, Mumm-Ra commands Lion-O to discard the Sword of Omens in the Desert of Sinking Sands. (Season 1 episode Dimension Doom)
        • One of the many landmarks up in the White Mountains that Max named while staying at his parents' cabin when he was growing up. But this particular one was only named by Max Prime.
    • Dragon's Teeth
        • Treacherous stretch that crosses a series of jagged rocks that runs around the top of Eastwood Ravine. One of the many landmarks up in the White Mountains that Max named while staying at his parents' cabin when he was growing up.
    • Dry Gulch
        • Natural area on the map of the desert world. (Season 3 episode Desert Storm)
    • The Dunes Of Limbo
        • Natural area mentioned in The Afterlife newspaper. "Everyone hates sandworms, and yet, despite the best efforts of sandworm removal organizations and guilds such as the S.P.R.S.W. and the A.A.D.S. these ectophagous menaces continue to dominate the Dunes of Limbo and Purgatorial Wastes through which most disembodied entities, including spectres, demons, and wraiths are obliged to travel."
        • One of the many landmarks up in the White Mountains that Max named while staying at his parents' cabin when he was growing up.
    • Echo Canyon
        • There are four main peaks that make up the White Mountains. Mount Everett is the big one, the most popular one, and the home of the Echo Canyon Recreational Area. Next largest is Planck Peak. That's where Grandaddy Dobie's cabin is located, about halfway up. The other two – Bohr Peak and Mount Kaku – are about the same size, maybe two–thirds the elevation of Planck Peak.
    • Elsewhere
        • The Giver and Jonas decide that the only way to help the community is for Jonas to travel past the border of their land into the area called Elsewhere.
    • Enchanted Rock
        • Big elephant shaped rock near the Sundry cabin. One of the many landmarks up in the White Mountains that Max named while staying at his parents' cabin when he was growing up.
    • The Fields Beyond
        • When I got back I found him in the middle of a snowball fight in a place called the Fields Beyond. At Devon the open ground among the buildings had been given carefully English names—the Center Common, the Far Common, the Fields, and the Fields Beyond.
    • Fire Caves
        • Keiko returns from her trip to Bajor, visiting the Fire Caves, except that she has been taken over by an alien entity. (Season 5 episode The Assignment)
        • Kai Winn learns the true path she is now on - to release the Pah-Wraiths from the fire caves on Bajor. (Season 7 episode The Changing Face of Evil)
    • First Blind Quarter
        • Some areas of the Zones later became labeled by scientists as the 'First Blind Quarter', 'Plague Quarter', 'Second Blind Quarter' based on the effects the Visitation had on the population.
    • The Flargathon Gas Swamps
        • Natural area. "Between them they killed a virulent space disease he's picked up without knowing it in the Flargathon Gas Swamps a few days earlier, which otherwise would have killed of f half the population of the Western Hemisphere, blinded the other half and driven everyone else psychotic and sterile, so the Earth was lucky there."
    • Foothills Of The Headlands
        • Where the Beatles are separated from the submarine and John sings the song 'Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds'.
    • Forbidden Zone
        • In Professor Frink's vision of the future, Bart works at Kwik-E-Mart and has to make a delivery to Mr. Burns that takes him through the Forbidden Zone, occupied by dangerous flying uni-clams. He finds Mr. Burns tied up, being robbed by Snake with a Phaser/cell phone. (Season 16 episode Future-Drama)
    • The Four Day Drop
        • Really deep pit. If you fall in, it takes four days to hit the bottom. (Season 1 episode The Thunder-Cutter)
    • Furnace Valley, Utah
        • Location of tech guru Billy Bauer's ten-day silent retreat. (Season 5 episode Smithereens)
    • Galbadia Garden
        • Large castle, bordered by the forbidden forest. it is bewitched so that when 'muggles' get near it they remember something else they were supposed to do and go away.
    • The Gamma Caves Of Carfrax
        • The Silastic Armorfiends of Striterax were engaged in one of their regular wars with the Strenuous Garfighters of Stug, and were not enjoying it as much as usual because it involved an awful lot of trekking through the Radiation Swamps of Cwulzenda, and across the Fire Mountains of Frazfraga, neither of which terrains they felt at home in. So when the Strangulous Stilettans of Jajazikstak joined in the fray and forced them to fight another front in the Gamma Caves of Carfrax and the Ice Storms of Varlengooten, they decided that enough was enough, and they ordered Hactar to design for them an Ultimate Weapon.
    • The Garden Of Delights
        • Garden where Mumm-Ra attempts to trick Tygra into stealing the Sword of Omens for him by getting him addicted to hallucinogenic fruit. (Season 1 episode The Garden of Delights)
    • Garden of Eden
        • The classic Bible story re-imagined with Homer and Marge as Adam and Eve, and Ned Flanders as God. (Season 10 episode Simpsons Bible Stories)
    • The Garden Of Eden (garden)
        • The birthplace of Adam and Eve and Steve, the original supermodel, the first of the purebloods, said to be so beautiful, with a look so powerful, that even the pools of water he gazed upon could not reflect his beauty back to him. That look was called El Nino.
    • Geezer Rock
        • Springfield's most beloved tourist attraction. Man-shaped mountain crag. Soon to be more than just a place for teens to have sex and commit suicide when it is officially designated a national landmark. (Season 15 episode Fraudcast News)
    • Godforsaken Jungle
        • Jungle from Abed's AD&D game from Season 5 episode 10 Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.
    • Goose Hill
        • Where Nathan buried his father's (The Chief's) pieces when he died, revealed in Season 2 episode 12 Sins of the Fathers.
        • Stand-in for the Grand Canyon when Marge and Ruth Powers run from the law Thelma and Louise style. (Season 5 episode Marge on the Lam)
    • Hell
        • Named after the ancient religious concept of eternal punishment. Over a thousand miles of dead glare-ice wilderness between Baffin Bay and the Bering Sea. A sharded tumble of floes and bergs and nightmare crevasses, of daggered ice cliffs and howling glacial frost winds. A crippling, killing, freezing, forsaken world of white on white on white.
    • Hell Canyon
        • One of the many landmarks up in the White Mountains that Max named while staying at his parents' cabin when he was growing up.
    • The Hill Of The Seven Jackals
        • Egyptian Andoheb travels to the Hill of the Seven Jackals in answer to the royal summons of the High Priest of Karnak.
    • Hollow Earth
        • Apex Cybernetics CEO Walter Simmons recruits Nathan Lind, a Hollow Earth theorist at Denham University of Theoretical Physics in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to guide a search for a power source into the Hollow Earth, the homeworld of the Titans.
    • Hudson's Bluff
        • Michael tries to keep up with David and his gang as they ride out to Hudson's Bluff, overlooking the Point.
    • Huntley Canyon
        • Location of the wildfires that the crew of The Morning Show travel to California to report on. (Season 1 episode The Pendulum Swings)
    • Ibendi Desert
        • Archeologist Dr. Hendricks mentions standing in the Ibendi Desert, watching all seven moons go into eclipse. (Season 1 episode Infection)
    • The Ice Crystal Pyramids Of Sastantua
        • Natural area on the planet Allosimanius Syneca. "The trek from the snow plains of Liska to the summit of the Ice Crystal Pyramids of Sastantua is long and gruelling, even with jet skis and a team of Syneca Snowhounds, but the view from the top, a view which takes in the Stin Glacier Fields, the shimmering Prism Mountains and the far ethereal dancing icelights, is one which first freezes the mind and then slowly releases it to hitherto unexperienced horizons of beauty."
    • The Indian Gardens
        • One of the many landmarks up in the White Mountains that Max named while staying at his parents' cabin when he was growing up.
    • Indian Point
        • Teenage make-out spot where Joe takes Helen on their first date (Season 2 episode Friends or Lovers)
    • Inspiration Point
        • After the prom, Artie takes Marge out to Inspiration Point to make out, and accidentally rips her dress hitting on her. (Season 2 episode The Way We Was)
    • The Jungle Of Love
        • From joke a drink Lillith makes: "You can call me Sheena, ruler of the Jungle of Love" (Season 6 episode 17 To All the Girls I've Loved Before)
    • Kendra Valley
        • Natural area on Bajor.
        • Location of a devastating event during the Cardassian occupation - wether or not Vedek Bareil played a role by supplying Cardassians with the location of a resistance cell serves as a plot point in the episode. (Season 2 episode The Collaborator)
        • The discovery of a thirty thousand year old Bajoran tablet buried under the holy city of B'hala announces the Reckoning, the time when the future of Bajor will be decided. The Reckoning causes an earthquake in the Kendra Valley, a tornado that strikes Tamulna, two thirds of the Rakantha wheat harvest gets destroyed by floods, and earthquakes destroy Kendra Province, leaving hundreds homeless. (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • King's Point
        • Lookout spot seen in season 1 episode 7 Sketchy. "You can see the whole town from up there."
    • Korma Pass
        • When Worf meets Kor, he mentions several of Kor's accomplishments, including his confrontation with Kirk on Organia, his attack on Romulus and his defense of the Korma Pass. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
        • Dismayed at his treatment, Worf declares that Kor was "The man who held the Korma Pass against T'nag". (Season 7 episode Once More Unto the Breach)
    • Lakeview Pointe
        • Cliff on a map of Lakeview. (Season 1 episode Update Eve)
    • The Land of the Wild Beasts
        • At the Springfield Stamp Museum, the Simpsons watch a presentation on The Land of the Wild Beasts, a children's book by Milton Burkhart, which is actually just an advertisement for The Hillside Wrangler Steak House. In the book, a parody of Where the Wild Things Are, a young boy is sent to bed without dinner and believes he has been transported to The Land of the Wild Beasts, but he's actually in The Land of the Wild Feasts. Later, while Lisa camps out in Springfield Cemetery, she dreams of visiting The Land of Wild Beasts. (Season 17 episode The Girl Who Slept Too Little)
    • The Land of the Wild Feasts
        • At the Springfield Stamp Museum, the Simpsons watch a presentation on The Land of the Wild Beasts, a children's book by Milton Burkhart, which is actually just an advertisement for The Hillside Wrangler Steak House. In the book, a parody of Where the Wild Things Are, a young boy is sent to bed without dinner and believes he has been transported to The Land of the Wild Beasts, but he's actually in The Land of the Wild Feasts. (Season 17 episode The Girl Who Slept Too Little)
    • The Long Lands Of Effa
        • Home of the poet Lallafa. Narrator: "Lallafa had lived in the forests of the Long Lands of Effa. He lived there, and he wrote his poems there. He wrote them on pages made of dried habra leaves, without the benefit of education or correcting fluid. He wrote about the light in the forest and what he thought about that. He wrote about the darkness in the forest, and what he thought about that. He wrote about the girl who had left him and precisely what he thought about that."
    • Lookout Point
        • Where Anders takes the webcam girl (via webcam on his laptop) for a private date (Season 3 episode Webcam Girl)
    • Loser Canyon, Utah
        • Aron hallucinates that he's on a game show documenting his situation, playing the host, guest, and callers. "We got a question coming in from another Aron in Loser Canyon, Utah."
    • Lovers Lane
        • Episode Granny's Spring Tonic. Jed takes a double dose of Granny's spring tonic and winds up on Lovers Lane with a gold-digging bank secretary.
    • Lover's Leap
        • There's a woman dropping some change into a wishing well on top of a cliff. On the edge of the cliff there's a sign that reads, Lover's Leap and off to the right there are the legs of a man who just leaped off.
    • Luray Caverns
        • After kidnapping Richard Dean Anderson, Patty and Selma show him photos from their vacations. (Season 17 episode Kiss Kiss, Bang Bangalore)
    • Mano De Dios
        • A mine in the Dominican Republic where fossilized mosquitoes trapped in amber are mined.
    • Matoya Valley
        • Fictional place (from Chris Gaines album liner notes, discussing the inspiration for the song "White Flag): White Flag: "White Flag" is the only good thing I got out of a bad relationship. We both we so intense, and when you put two intense people together, the highs are extremely high and the lows are extremely low. Sex was on a level I had never experienced before and the fighting was on a level I had never experienced before. One day I found myself in the middle of Matoya Valley, standing on the hood of my car, fists clenched and screaming to the heavens. The phenomenal rush of the highs could not compete with the constant drain of the lows... I broke. My will surrendered the girl of my dreams for the loneliness of freedom. On the way back into town that night, on the inside of the windshield, I wrote with my finger, "I say black, you say white..."
    • The Metal Fields
        • Location in the Maze Runner/Hunger Games/Divergent mash-up movie The Group Hopper, the fields where teens stay until the groupers pass them on to the sorties for sorting. (Skit The Group Hopper)
    • Miller's Bend
        • Smallville location that Clark mentions to Pete when they're riding dirt bikes in the wilderness of Smallville: "Race you back to Miller's Bend!” (Season 2 episode Skinwalkers)
    • The Mines Of The Molemen
        • Underground tunnels where Tygra searches for the ThunderCats time capsule that was lost in the crash when they first arrived on Third Earth. (Season 1 episode The Time Capsule)
    • The Mohaine Desert
        • The Mohaine Desert is the desert that Roland chases the Man in Black across.
    • Mystic Caverns
        • The Simpson family's last vacation that Homer mentions. There's a photo of him holding Bart over a hole near a sign that reads, Bottomless Pit. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Nipple Hill
        • Hill in Pawnee. When Leslie was nine years old, she broke her arm sledding down Nipple Hill, a giant hill behind Kernston's Rubber Nipple Factory. (Season 4 episode Born & Raised)
    • Nowhere Land
        • The name the boy Ford meets on his walk gives that particular location (Season 1 episode Chestnut)
    • Outer Limits
        • Natural area on the map of the desert world. (Season 3 episode Desert Storm)
    • Pawnee Campground
        • Leslie takes the department on a camping trip to the Pawnee Campground in the Wamapoke County Forest. (Season 3 episode Camping)
    • Phantom Cave
        • One of the many landmarks up in the White Mountains that Max named while staying at his parents' cabin when he was growing up.
    • The Phosphorous Desert
        • In order to save Ro-Bear-Belle from Mumm-Ra, Lino-O orders Cheetara to cross the burning sands of the phosphorous desert, while he takes the Cliffs of Vertigo. That way, they'll hit them from both sides. (Season 1 episode The Doomgaze)
    • Plague Quarter
        • Some areas of the Zones later became labeled by scientists as the 'First Blind Quarter', 'Plague Quarter', 'Second Blind Quarter' based on the effects the Visitation had on the population.
    • The Plains of Mallory
        • Moon location where Space Force lands. (Season 1 episode Proportionate Response)
    • The Point
        • Michael tries to keep up with David and his gang as they ride out to Hudson's Bluff, overlooking the Point.
    • Pork Chop Hill
        • Dexter Moyers tells Melissa that her father named her Porkchop, after a hill he took in his military experience, apparent reference to Hamburger Hill in Vietnam War.
    • Purgatorial Wastes
        • Natural area mentioned in The Afterlife newspaper. "Everyone hates sandworms, and yet, despite the best efforts of sandworm removal organizations and guilds such as the S.P.R.S.W. and the A.A.D.S. these ectophagous menaces continue to dominate the Dunes of Limbo and Purgatorial Wastes through which most disembodied entities, including spectres, demons, and wraiths are obliged to travel."
    • Quinceberry Ridge
        • Ridge that Jud mentions when he's telling Louis about his land: The original grant on your land goes like this. From the great old maple which stands atop Quinceberry Ridge to the verge of Orrington Stream; thus runneth the tract from north until south. But the great old maple fell down in 1882, let's say, and was rotted to moss by the year 1900, and Orrington Stream silted up and turned to marsh in the ten years between the end of the Great War and the crash of the stock market.
    • Ragnarok Intelligence Fields
        • Human and freeborn robots fight their last New War battle in Ragnarok Intelligence Fields.
    • Rattlesnake Ridge
        • One of the many landmarks up in the White Mountains that Max named while staying at his parents' cabin when he was growing up.
    • Sabertooth Meadow
        • Site of the new Heavenly Hills shopping mall, where Lisa discovers an angel skeleton. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Skeptic)
    • Sahving Valley
        • Recently rescued Bajoran prisoner Li Nalas the true story of his time with a minor resistance cell, during which he practically accidentally shot and killed unarmed Cardassian Gul Zarale in his underwear, the event that made him a resistance hero. (Season 2 episode The Homecoming)
    • The Sand Pit
        • Natural area on the map of the desert world. (Season 3 episode Desert Storm)
    • Saunders Gorge
        • Daredevil parasite-infected Pete and Chloe jump the quarry at Saunders gorge, saved by Clark at the last second. (Season 2 episode Rush) Natural area, mentioned only. (Season 3 episode Perry)
    • Scotch Broom Field
        • Jess-Belle asks if Billy-Ben if he remembers the day they ran through Scotch Broom Field, when the sun was blazing hot and they fell together, and he touched her. The fire in her burned as hot as the white sun. (episode Jess-Belle)
    • Scotts Lake Camping Area
        • Mentioned on radio broadcast in Season 2 Episode 9 Who, What, Where, Wendigo?
    • Second Blind Quarter
        • Some areas of the Zones later became labeled by scientists as the 'First Blind Quarter', 'Plague Quarter', 'Second Blind Quarter' based on the effects the Visitation had on the population.
    • Second Date Rock
        • Where Homer and Marge arrange to meet after their first date at camp. (Season 15 episode The Way We Weren't)
    • Sector 17
        • Sector in Westworld. Location of Ford's original Arnold creations (Season 1 episode The Adversary)
    • Sector 22
        • Location of hidden facility in Westworld where Bernard left Elsie after choking her out when Ford was controlling him (Season 1). Elsie: "There's nothing out here for miles." (Season 2 episode The Riddle of the Sphinx)
    • Sector 3
        • Sector in Westworld. Location of abandoned theater with satellite uplink where Elsie discovers that Theresa is smuggling out data (Season 1 episode The Adversary)
    • Serenity Valley
        • Location of the final stand of the Browncoats during the Unification War.
    • Serpent's Ridge
        • Location on Bajor that Kira and her friends discuss when planning their escape: We could take Serpent's Ridge to Retosha Pass and head for Lonar Province. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
    • Shangri-La-De-Da Valley
        • Episode Cave Scout Jamboree. Shangri-La-De-Da Valley, far from being the isolated vacation spot the Flintstones and Rubbles were promised, turns out to be the site of a huge gathering of boy scouts.
    • Slyder's Point
        • Cliff on Goat Island where Daniels, the sweet-talking fellow from New Hampshire that Big George Havelock had hired to help him out new sills under his house and a new engine in his Model A truck, had slipped and tumbled all the way to the bottom, breaking his neck and bashing his head in. (story The Reach)
    • Snakebite Pass
        • One of the many landmarks up in the White Mountains that Max named while staying at his parents' cabin when he was growing up.
    • The Snow Plains Of Liska
        • Natural area on the planet Allosimanius Syneca. "The trek from the snow plains of Liska to the summit of the Ice Crystal Pyramids of Sastantua is long and gruelling, even with jet skis and a team of Syneca Snowhounds, but the view from the top, a view which takes in the Stin Glacier Fields, the shimmering Prism Mountains and the far ethereal dancing icelights, is one which first freezes the mind and then slowly releases it to hitherto unexperienced horizons of beauty."
    • Sonic Cowl
        • A subterranean pit on the Royal Cemetery Planet involved in a rite of passage. The person is suspended upside down between two cement blocks and vibrations are created by humming. Chiana managed to remain in the cowl for more than 15 microts to beat the previous record. (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone)
    • Spider Web Rock
        • One of the many landmarks up in the White Mountains that Max named while staying at his parents' cabin when he was growing up.
    • Springfield Badlands
        • When Sideshow Bob forces TV channels to shut down with the threat of setting off a nuclear bomb, Krusty broadcasts a new show from a desert in the remote Springfield Badlands. (Season 7 episode Sideshow Bob's Last Gleamings)
    • Springfield Botanical Gardens
        • Location of McClure-Bouvier Wedding. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma) The Simpsons visit the Springfield Botanical Gardens in time to witness the blooming of the Sumatran Century Flower. "Our stamens are a pistil!" (Season 14 episode Moe Baby Blues)
    • Springfield Gorge
        • Homer jumps Springfield Gorge on Bart's skateboard to teach Bart a lesson. (Season 2 episode Bart the Daredevil) Gorge where Homer fights with Bart's Bigger Brothers Agency father figure. "The third most beautiful gorge in the state." (Season 4 episode Brother from the Same Planet) Homer recalls the time he tried to jump over Springfield Gorge. (Season 13 episode The Blunder Years)
    • Springfield Mesa
        • Homer drives the residents of Springfield to Springfield Mesa, 15 miles north, past the the Warren Harding Memorial Through-hole, to be saved during the rapture. Reference to Devil's Tower from Close Encounters of the Third Kind. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • Stin Glacier Fields
        • Natural area on the planet Allosimanius Syneca. "The trek from the snow plains of Liska to the summit of the Ice Crystal Pyramids of Sastantua is long and gruelling, even with jet skis and a team of Syneca Snowhounds, but the view from the top, a view which takes in the Stin Glacier Fields, the shimmering Prism Mountains and the far ethereal dancing icelights, is one which first freezes the mind and then slowly releases it to hitherto unexperienced horizons of beauty."
    • Strawberry Fields
        • Let me take you down, 'cause I'm going to Strawberry Fields. Nothing is real and nothing to get hung about... Strawberry Fields forever. (Song: Strawberry Fields Forever)
    • Strawberry Knoll
        • Natural area in Eureka, where the dog that was barking at nothing was located. (Season 2 Sight Unseen)
    • Territoire Fonce
        • Label for an area on Danielle Rousseau's map - translates as Dark Territory. (Season 1 episode Numbers) Location of the Black Rock - and dynamite. (Season 1 episode Exodus)
    • The Dune Sea
        • Bounty hunter wannabe Toro Calican tells Mando that his target, the dangerous mercenary Fennec Shand, is out past the Dune Sea on Tatooine. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger) Natural area on Tatooine that Cobb Vanth mentions when convincing his people to work with the Tusken Raiders: "They are brutal, but so is the Dune Sea." (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
    • The Enchanted Meadow
        • Natural area in Haven where Tiger meets a goat, also known as the Greatest Of All Time. (Season 3 episode Haven is for Real)
    • Thyle I
        • Desert on Mars: "If I were right, I ought to hit another gray plain, the Mare Chronium in another couple of hundred miles, and then another orange desert, Thyle I or II. And so I did."
    • Thyle II
        • Desert on Mars: "If I were right, I ought to hit another gray plain, the Mare Chronium in another couple of hundred miles, and then another orange desert, Thyle I or II. And so I did."
    • Tortelli Point
        • From joke Carla makes… "You're about a see a guy's dreams dashed on the rocks of Tortelli Point" (Season 4 episode 7 2 Good 2 Be 4 Real)
    • The Tree of Lost Souls
        • One of the many landmarks up in the White Mountains that Max named while staying at his parents' cabin when he was growing up.
    • Tuwiuwok Bluff Recreation Site
        • Recreational area in Haven first seen in Season 1 episode 1 Welcome to Haven, where Lester went off the cliff. Nathan says the name means "Haven". Later in the episode, Conrad says that the full name means, "The haven for God's orphans".
    • Tuwiuwok Bluffs
        • Location of the Boat Parade in Season 2 Episode 8 Lockdown.
    • Twin Pines Overlook
        • Cliff in Haven where the butterfly dream boy's parents were killed in a car accident in season 1 episode 2 Butterfly.
    • The Uterus Cave
        • Cave mentioned during Sam's first draft of the GLOW script. (Season 1 episode The Wrath of Kuntar)
    • Valley Of Ashes
        • In the Great Gatsby, there are two cities, East Egg and West Egg, which are separated by the Valley of Ashes. What city you live in between the two, shows if you are from a wealthy family (East Egg) or if you are new to wealth (West Egg).
    • The Valley Of Evil
        • Joke Cliff makes about Norm's ability to make people fight: "The master returns from his triumphant return to the Valley of Evil" (Season 8 episode 12 Norm and Cliff's Excellent Adventure)
    • Valley Of Laziness
        • A valley in the video game Journey to the Center of Hawkthorne from the episode called "Digital Estate Planning"
    • Valley Of Lost Souls
        • "Living it up, giving it up, living in the Valley of Lost Souls. Wanting it all, taking the fall, living in the Valley of Lost Souls." (song Valley of Lost Souls / album Flesh and Blood)
    • The Valley Of Love
        • From the White Zombie song "Ratmouth" on the album Soul Crusher.
    • The Valley of the Chapare
        • The sliders need to get their hands on some living gems known as The Living Gems of Chapare to fix their timer, gems that were discovered only a few years ago in the jungles of Bolivia in an isolated valley in the rain shadow of the Andes called The Valley of the Chapare. Some people feel like they have magical qualities. (Season 5 episode To Catch a Slider)
    • The Valley Of The Ice House
        • From the White Zombie song "Drowning The Collosus" on the album Soul Crusher.
    • The Valley Of The Underdog
        • From the song Beneath the Valley of the Underdog.
    • The Valley
        • When Screw brings the Strays back to the NAG, she says they came from The Wastelands of Malibu, The Volcanoes of Catalina and The Valley. (Season 2 episode Guess Who's Coming to Lunch)
    • The Void
        • Desert on the planet Abafar, where Colonel Gascon and D-Squad crash land after stealing an encryption module from a Separatist Dreadnaught. (Season 5 episode Secret Weapons)
    • The Volcanoes of Catalina
        • When Screw brings the Strays back to the NAG, she says they came from The Wastelands of Malibu, The Volcanoes of Catalina and The Valley. (Season 2 episode Guess Who's Coming to Lunch)
    • Vulcan's Forge
        • When Spock and Michael were growing up on Vulcan, Michael ran away, deep into the forests of Vulcan's Forge and it's many dangers. (Season 2 episode If Memory Serves)
    • Walcoba Canyon
        • Canyon in Death Valley where Willie and ALF go looking for Willie's ancestor's buried gold (Season 4 episode Mr. Sandman)
    • The Wastelands of Malibu
        • When Screw brings the Strays back to the NAG, she says they came from The Wastelands of Malibu, The Volcanoes of Catalina and The Valley. (Season 2 episode Guess Who's Coming to Lunch)
    • Wilson's Meadow
        • Where Niles and Frasier scatter Aunt Louise's ashes (Season 3 episode Martin Does It His Way)
    • Winden Caves
        • Mysterious caves in the small German town of Winden. (Season 1 episode Secrets)
    • World's End
        • Cliff over a lake - Zeke's favorite place - and they find him after he beats up Romeo, steals his friend's car and disappears.
    • Xanthus
        • Desert on Mars: "I figured that we were right in our guess, then, and this gray plain we dropped on was really the Mare Cimmerium which would make my orange desert the region called Xanthus."
    • Yadozi Desert
        • Joke that Odo makes to Quark - that he has a better chance of getting a glass of water in the Yadozi Desert than dating Dax. (Season 1 episode A Man Alone)
        • In a small, unnamed country there is an area called the Zone, once visited by aliens.
    • 'Sconset Point
        • Location of alien landing in Nantucket (Season 8 episode Olive or Twist)

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