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  • News Columns
    • Ask Vanna
        • Advice columnist sisters Lana Anders of Dear Lana and Vanna Anders of Ask Vanna appear before Harry's court. (Season 7 episode Amore or Less)
    • Britta Unfiltered
        • Britta's high school newspaper column that she mentions. (Season 3 episode Digital Exploration of Interior Design)
    • Chicago's Best Burger Bets
        • Ellen becomes a restaurant reviewer for the Herald, writing a column called Chicago's Best Burger Bets. When she's trying to decide on a name, Emily mentions that she likes Chopped Meat is my Beat. The first restaurant that she reviews is the O.K. Burger Corral. (Season 3 episode Life is a Hamburger)
    • Dear Lana
        • Advice columnist sisters Lana Anders of Dear Lana and Vanna Anders of Ask Vanna appear before Harry's court. (Season 7 episode Amore or Less)
    • Food Box - No Or No Go by Bill Simpson
        • Food critic column Homer writes on his typewriter that doesn't have an "e". (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • Getting the Most from Your Modem
        • Kent Brockman's new column in PC World Magazine, which he mentions during his last broadcast before going off the air due to Sideshow Bob's threat to set off a nuclear bomb. (Season 7 episode Sideshow Bob's Last Gleamings)
    • Hodiak Zodiac
        • Emily is invited to join the High I.Q. Club, and attend the High I.Q. Club Dinner Dance, where Bob meets Dr. Hodiak, author of the Hodiak Zodiac newspaper column. (Season 2 episode Mr. Emily Hartley)
    • It's Your Seattle
        • A newspaper column where they show some average person out and about, then use their name on the column. When the photographer snaps Daphne's picture with her back turned to the camera and her skirt blown up, they call it, "Daphne Moon's Seattle" (Season 6 episode Hot Ticket)
    • Kickin' Back: Fifty Ways to Waste Your Weekend
        • Homer's favorite section of The Springfield Shopper newspaper. Marge cuts out the advertisement for the Springfield Chili Cook-off so Homer doesn't see it. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Lifeways
        • Lifestyle section of the Springfield Shopper newspaper that features Homer's food critic reviews. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?) "Ale of the Pup" article about the Simpsons' dog, Santa's Little Helper. (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
    • Lighter Side of Life
        • Column in the Scranton Times newspaper by reporter Chad Lite. (Season 3 episode Product Recall)
    • Long Island Sentinel
        • Jason gets the offer to write a psychology column for the Long IslandSentinel after his appearance as an expert witness in court. (Episode Paper Tigers)
    • Manhattan Moonlight
        • A high society newspaper columnist interviews Dan, but takes a liking to Roz instead. (Season 9 episode 1992 Boat Show)
    • Mann About Town
        • Newspaper column in the Times written by Derek Mann, who writes a column about how he hates Frasier's show (Season 1 episode I Hate Frasier)
    • No Pup Left Behind
        • Article about missing dog, whose owner is a client of Cheng Consulting. Jessica finds the dog and steals the client. (Season 2 episode AKA Start at the Beginning)

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