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  • Office Products
    • 2019 Most Beautiful Bass Calendar
        • Calendar Oscar gets for free. (Season 1 episode Together Forever)
    • ACME Extra Sticky Glue
        • Cans visible in the ACME warehouse. Valiant uses a can during his fight with Judge Doom, trapping him under a steamroller, which is how he finds out the judge is actually a toon.
    • Alan Thicke's World Of Ants
        • Calendar Willie and Lynn give to ALF during his ant farm phase (Season 3 Funeral for a Friend)
    • Bart Simpson Calendar
        • 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)
    • Bart Simpson Notebook
        • 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)
    • Big Pad
        • Brand name for one of the big pads of paper in the pile of art supplies for Morty and Jerry's model of the solar system science fair project. (Season 1 episode Something Ricked This Way Comes)
    • Connie Chung Calendar
        • Marge's sisters remind her that Homer's birthday gifts are usually for him, not her, like the calendar he bought her. (Season 1 episode Life on the Fast Lane)
    • Cuborg 2000
        • Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police. self sufficient workspace and life support system.
    • Cuborg 3000
        • Book: Fugitive from the Cubicle Police. self sufficient workspace and life support system.
    • Derek Zoolander Calendar
        • Twenty-one month calendar given away of you call now. Twenty-one all new full-color photographs taken by one of fashion's most outstanding photographers to make the next year and nine months a little more handsome. (DVD Bonus Feature: ad for Derek Zoolander University Of Modeling For Men)
    • Dharma Initiative Theatrical Glue
        • Product that Kate finds in the Dharma station The Staff. (Season 2 episode Maternity Leave)
    • Draw Stuff
        • Brand name for one of the big pads of paper in the pile of art supplies for Morty and Jerry's model of the solar system science fair project. (Season 1 episode Something Ricked This Way Comes)
    • Duff Calendar
        • The winner of the Beer-tender of the Year Contest at the Duff Days beer festival gets immortalized on the new Duff calendar. (Season 11 episode Pygmoelion)
    • Dunder Mifflin Copy Paper
        • Primary product sold by Dunder Mifflin, eventually manufactured for real, licensed by Comcast and produced and sold by Quill.com, a wholly owned subsidiary of Staples.
    • Globe Wax
        • Wax product made specifically for globes that Bart uses to clean Mrs. Krabappel's classroom globe during detention. (Season 3 episode Bart the Lover)
    • Glue
        • Generic adhesive Homer and Bart use to prank former president George Bush with a rainbow clown wig. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors)
    • Glue Stick
        • Generic school supplies for sale at Try 'N' Save that Milhouse uses in place of hair gel to impress Lisa. (Season 10 episode Lard of the Dance)
    • Heatherton C815 Copy Center
        • When Liam doesn't return to the band, Charlie takes a job selling copy machines. The Heatherton C815 Copy Center's leading scan offerings combine the benefits of document capture with instant delivery anywhere, anytime. (Season 1 episode Homecoming)
    • The Hotties Of The Paleontology Department
        • Fake calendar from joke Chandler makes about a comment one of Ross's students made on his evaluation. (Season 6 episode The One Where Ross Dates a Student)
    • Hula Housepaints
        • Pierce spills Hula brand paint, and hallucinates hula dancers when the paint fumes affect him. (episode Studies in Modern Movement)
    • Krusty's Legal Forms
        • The Canyonero guys offer Krusty a fully loaded Canyonero sports utility vehicle if he signs an endorsement contract. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Label Baby Junior
        • Label maker model that Elaine gives dentist Tim Whatley, and Tim re-gifts to Jerry. (Season 6 episode The Label Maker)
    • Memo Minder
        • Future Enterprisers was the young businessmen's group that Joel belonged to. He was required to come up with a product and market it. He came up with the Memo Minder.
    • Oscar Meyer Periodic Table
        • Springfield Elementary uses promotional teaching aides featuring the element bolgnium. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an A')
    • Papyr
        • Paper for women. Stanley's idea for a new Dunder Mifflin product. "It's pink, scented, and silky soft. Now you can watch the game and she can write a letter to her sister." (Season 8 episode Gettysburg)
    • Poster Paint
        • Lisa pranks Homer and Bart, covering them with painted oats, tricking them into thinking they have leprosy to teach them a lesson. (Season 11 episode Little Big Mom)
    • Renewal Scroll Inscription Pen
        • Quark sells genuine platinum-plated Renewal Scroll inscription pens at the Bajoran Gratitude Festival, blessed by Vedek Redab himself, shortly before he passed away. Each pen is engraved with the words, "Deep Space Nine's Third Annual Gratitude Festival", today's date, and a lovely portrait of the station by Ermat Zimm. (Season 3 episode Fascination)
    • Rolamech 1000
        • Mechanical pencil that Elaine orders for Mr. Pitt. (Season 6 episode The Big Salad)
    • Rubber Cement
        • Principal Skinner rubs generic rubber cement on Willy to represent the ravages of plague for his role in the Medieval festival. (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
    • Sabre Printer
        • A Sabre printer from the Office is used at the Miami Metro Police Department.

    • The Sensitive Guys Calendar
        • Calendar Christine ordered that arrives in the mail. (Season 5 episode Dan, the Walking Time Bomb)
    • Sticky Quips
        • Post-it Note type product. New from Dunder Mifflin-Sabre. (Season 7 episode The Search)
    • Super Glue
        • Back on the Springfield University campus, Homer attempts to prank the dean, but is interrupted by fraternity guys playing a prank on him. "Last in grades, first in pranks" (Season 11 episode Faith Off)
    • Swingline Red Stapler
        • Red was not an option at the time, but after the movie came out, Swingline produced a red stapler.

    • T-71
        • Copier machine that Chloe mentions: I mean, we just got in an X-5000, you know? The X-5000 makes an X-50 look like a T-71. (Season 3 episode The One Where Ross and Rachel Take a Break)
    • Testor's Airplane Glue
        • Abe Simpson: I'll take any test you want - eye test, Pap test, memory test, memory test, Vinnie Testaverde, Ferrari Testarossa, President's Physical Fitness Test, Sealtest Ice Cream, Testor's Airplane Glue... (Season 17 episode Homer's Paternity Coot)
    • Tourist Film
        • 35 mm film sold at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin', Season 12 episode A Tale of Two Springfields)
    • Wacko Stick
        • Mr. Fox's master plan involves lacing blueberries with 10mg of high potency sleeping powder (enough to tranquilize a gorilla), sealing them back up using Waco Stick brand of glue, and tossing them into Boggis' farm to put his beagles to sleep.
    • Weyerhammer Paper Airstream Deluxe A4
        • New product by Weyerhammer Paper. The Cadillac of paper. (Season 9 episode Paper Airplane)
    • X-50
        • Copier machine that Chloe mentions: I mean, we just got in an X-5000, you know? The X-5000 makes an X-50 look like a T-71. (Season 3 episode The One Where Ross and Rachel Take a Break)
    • X-5000
        • Copier machine that Chloe mentions: I mean, we just got in an X-5000, you know? The X-5000 makes an X-50 look like a T-71. (Season 3 episode The One Where Ross and Rachel Take a Break)

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