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    • 1972 Yum-Yum Fish Fry
        • New record added 5/10/2022
        • Festival seen in a painting in the Low Quality Inn, the hotel where the Simpsons stay in Barnacle Bay. (Season 18 episode The Wife Aquatic)
    • 1st Ward Stag Party
        • Milkmen are delivering the milk in the very early morning to the Costillo Café, and a clean-up guy is taking in a sidewalk sign from the front of the café which says "1st Ward Stag Party Tonight." (opening scene)
    • 3rd Annual Young Professionals' Wine and Cheese Soirée
        • Professional event the guys attend (Season 1 episode Straight Up Juggahos)
    • 4400 Reunion Weekend 2005
        • 4400 event that Jordan Collier organizes. (Season 2 episode As Fate Would Have It)
    • 4th Annual Young Professionals' Wine and Cheese Soirée
        • Professional event the guys attend (Season 1 episode Straight Up Juggahos)
    • 6th Annual Last Days of Pompeii Party
        • Phi Sigma Alpha Tau fraternity party that Kyle attends, blacking out shortly after arriving. (Season 2 episode Weight of the World)
    • A.E.G.I.S. Open House
        • The re-opened A.E.G.I.S. branch opens its doors to the local citizens of the City for meet & greet, and tours of the facility. (Season 2 episode Categorically Speaking)
    • Acade-Mania
        • Dean Pelton: To supplement Greendale's budget, I’ve been renting the school out for raves on the weekend. They call it "Acade-mania." It's mostly hard house, some... some dubstep, but totally... (Season 3 episode The First Chang Dynasty)
    • The Anavrin Wellkend
        • The Quinn family retreat that Joe attends with Love, that Forty brings Candace, who is now going by the name Amy. (Season 2 episode Have a Good Weekend, Joe!)
    • Annual Broadcasters Luncheon
        • Event that Bill invites Beth to and Beth kisses him in the limo (Season 1 episode Luncheon at the Waldorf)
    • Annual Civil War Gala
        • Logan looked down at an eight-year-old. Redhead, with freckles and serious blue eyes. The boy was selling souvenirs. He held up a small brass cannon. "Fires a real ball, citizen. Put an eye out with it, if you've a mind to try. Genuine treasured memento of the Annual Civil War Gala, imported from Monte Carlo."
    • Annual Mafia Picnic
        • Event held at Jebediah Springfield park, near the Annual Police Picnic. (Season 9 episode King of the Hill)
    • Annual Police Picnic
        • Otto takes a shortcut through the annual police event to get the kids to school on time. (Season 3 episode The Otto Show) Annual Policeman's Picnic held at Jebediah Springfield park, near the Annual Mafia Picnic. (Season 9 episode King of the Hill)
    • Annual Spell-a-bration / the Unity Dinner
        • Celebration dinner following the National Spelling Competition, renamed The Unity dinner after Fraiser and Frederick are accused of cheating (Season 9 episode War of the words)
    • Annual Sylvia R. Biggins Memorial Pancake Breakfast
        • Event honoring Roy's ex-wife (Season 3 episode The Late Mrs. Biggins)
    • Baja Yaja
        • Josh and Wolf throw a theme party for the residents of Haven. (Season 3 episode Time Rogues III: Escape from Forever)
    • Beach Party Vietnam
        • "Beach party Vietnam, Surfin' with the Viet Cong, Cookin' hot dogs with napalm, A beach party Vietnam." (song Beach Party Vietnam)
    • Beef & Beer & Jesus Fundraiser
        • Fundraiser the gang holds for Charlie's mother Bonnie Kelly, who has Cancer, except she doesn't. She came up with the scam because she needed money to fix the church statue she hit with her car. (Season 8 episode Charlie's Mom Has Cancer)
    • Birthday Par-Tay!
        • After taking over Greendale, Change throws himself a birthday party, featuring a dance off, sundae bar, a photo booth with props and a special performance by Rock and Roll Magician Ricky Nightshade. (Season 3 episode The First Chang Dynasty)
    • Bluth Foundation Annual Fundraiser
        • Gala events that the Bluth family held at the Grand Newport Resort every year to raise money for various causes (Season 3)
    • Chicago Bar Association and Catholic Charities Ball
        • Archbishop Rushman's benefit event.
    • The Cleansing
        • Annual ritual where the residents of Oceanside burn all their belongings tuff on the beach. (Season 1 episode Goodbye Forever)
    • Crane Party 1901
        • Joke name Martin gives Frasier's failed party, which he has on the same night as his upstair's neighbor's more exciting sounding Winston party 2000. The '2000' is his condo number. Martin: "Well, Winston Party 2000 sounds like the party of the future. Crane Party 1901 sounds like... well, this." (Season 7 episode The Fight Before Christmas)
    • D-Ann-ce Party
        • Event celebrating Ann Perkins' new part time job in the Public Health Department at City Hall. (Season 3 episode The Bubble)
    • Desperate Souls Night
        • Joke Sam makes - All the beer you can cry into for a buck (Season 1 episode 11 One for the Book)
    • Dog Party 15
        • Detectives only getaway. D-O-G. Dog. Dog Party... Dog Party 15. Woof Woof Woof! (Season 2 episode Beach House)
    • Dunder Mifflin Inc. Company Picnic '09
        • The annual company picnic (Season 5 episode Company Picnic)
    • The Dunder Mifflin Margarita-Karaoke-Christmas Party
        • Sponsored by Angela's Party Planning Committee. (Season 3 episode A Benihana Christmas)
    • The Dunder Mifflin Nutcracker Christmas Party
        • Sponsored by Pam and Karen's Committee to Plan Parties. (Season 3 episode A Benihana Christmas)
    • Ellis Island Revamped
        • The name of the party that the Ellis sisters throw at their parents house.
    • Flanders Family Reunion B.B.Q.
        • Party at the Flanders house that Homer is not invited to because it's for family only, which makes Homer super jealous. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian)
    • Flor-izona British Library Extravaganza
        • The gang's personalized welcome party in the Good Place. (Season 4 episode Patty)
    • Freshman Mixer
        • Party that takes place in Abed's fake TV show. (Season 4 episode History 101)
    • Friends of the Marina Bouilla-bash
        • Event Niles mentions when he and Frasier offer to plan Martin and Ronee's wedding Niles: "Well, it only took us four days to throw together our seafood-themed "Friends of the Marina Bouilla-bash." (Season 11 episode Goodnight Seattle)
    • Fry Charitable Trust Casino Night Fundraiser
        • No description available
    • The Full Moon Seance
        • Party that Owen / Sir Oliver Hightower and Annie / Arlie Kane attend in 1947 (Episode 5 Exactly Like You)
    • Gala for A Cleaner Greendale
        • Custodian Lapari is honored with the Custodial Innovation Award at the Gala for a Cleaner Greendale, though the ceremony is interrupted by an underground paintball game. Banner: "A Cleaner Greendale Tomorrrow". (Season 6 episode Modern Espionage)
    • The Gala Postman's Ball
        • Cliff's post office party he asks Diane to attend, and then, when she declines, he asks Carla, but then, when Diane changes her mind, he finds an alternative date for Carla (Season 4 episode 16 Cliffie's Big Score)
    • Gina-rama
        • Jake plans a going away party for Gina called Gina-rama, not to confused with an annual festival that Hitchcock and Scully attend called Gyna-rama, which apparently had t move from Tampa for some reason. (Season 6 episode Four Movements)
    • Greendale's Annual Thanks-Living Pot Luck Dinner
        • Thanksgiving celebration at Greendale. (Season 4 episode Cooperative Escapism in Familial Relations)
    • Greendale's First Annual Gay Bash!
        • Pierce finds out that Hawthorne Wipes moist towelettes have become a gay icon, thanks to the band Urbana Campaign's song Pocket Full of Hawthornes, from their album Songs in the Key of Realness. In order to capitalize on the trend, he has his company put out a special edition Hawthorne PRIDE Wipes, which sponsors Greendale's First Annual Gay Bash! (Season 3 episode Advanced Gay)
    • H.W. Sawyer & Assoc Roman Bacchanal Night
        • Annual party Norm plans for his accounting firm (Season 1 episode 7)
    • Hollywoo Hills Super-Max Mixer
        • Prison social gathering Todd attends (Season 1 episode Our A-Story is a 'D' Story) "Hollywoo" not "Hollywood" because BoJack stole the D for Diane from the Hollywoid sign.
    • Homer Simpson Roast
        • Homer gets roasted at the Springfield Friar's Club. "Tonight: Homer Simpson Roast / Tomorrow: Milhouse Roast" (Season 3 episode Gump Roast)
    • Homer's 35th Everything is Back to Normal BBQ
        • Homer throws a party when everything goes back to normal at the end of the episode. (Season 14 episode C.E. D'oh)
    • Homer's BBBQ
        • Party at the Simpsons house, in response to Ned's Flanders Family Reunion B.B.Q. "Come to Homer's BBBQ: The extra B is for BYOBB." The last B in BYOBB is a typo. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian)
    • Horizen Thankoween Party
        • Horizen combined the holidays to only have to throw one holiday party. (Season 1 episode Update Eve)
    • Horizen Winter Party
        • Horizen throws their Winter Party to coincide with the launch of their new update to Lakeview 8.9 Scirocco. (Season 1 episode Update Eve)
    • The IncrediBall
        • For the first time in the history of fashion, all of the mots important designers will come together under one roof.
    • The Jellicle Ball
        • Annual event during which the leader of the tribe of cats named Old Deuteronomy, chooses one cat to ascend to the Heaviside layer to be reborn and return to a new life.
    • Jimmy James Farewell Jubilee
        • Mr. James' retirement party (Season 5 episode Retirement)
    • Jimmy James, Inc. Halloween Party
        • Party Mr. James throws for Halloween (Season 3 episode Halloween)
    • KACL Family Picnic
        • Frasier's company event at the zoo (Season 10 episode Fraternal Schwinns)
    • KNER AM 1080 Save Frank Fundraiser
        • No description available
    • Krusty the Clown's Wet 'N' Wild Bar Mitzvah
        • Krusty finally gets his bar mitzvah as a grown man, in front of a live crowd as part of a television special. "Warning: First two rows may get converted" (Season 15 episode Today I am a Clown)
    • Libby's New Apartment Bash
        • The party that Libby invites Frank to.
    • Lonely Hearts Convention
        • Party for Dunder Mifflin employees that are single on Valentine's Day (Season 5 episode Blood Drive)
    • Lonely Hearts Valentine's Singles Mixer
        • Party for Scranton Business Park employees that are single on Valentine's Day (Season 5 episode Blood Drive)
    • The Lottery Winners Ball
        • The sliders visit a world that has conquered overpopulation using a Lottery system, simply called The Lottery, administered by a government agency called The Lottery Commission. Citizens play by taking money from an automated teller - the more money you take, the greater chance to win. Winners basically get whatever they want for a day, party at The Lottery Winners Ball that night, and then the next morning they are given a painless death, and their beneficiaries are handsomely rewarded. Anyone that wins but then tries to back out of the arrangement is taken to the Municipal Processing Center for a painful death. (Season 1 Luck of the Draw)
    • Lunar Love '69
        • Part at Phi Phi Gamma, the black fraternity where the future doctor Elias Kronish was a member. (Season 1 episode Herpe: Fully Loaded)
    • Magson Frank Christmas Party
        • Company Christmas party held at the Saloon Lounge (Season 2 episode White Christmas)
    • Meadowbrook High School 16th Annual Prom
        • Andie's prom scenes filmed at the Biltmore Hotel Crystal Room at 506 S. Grand Avenue in Los Angeles.
    • Michael Scott Paper Company Grand Opening Pancake Luncheon
        • Michael's grand opening party. (Season 5 episode Michael Scott Paper Company)
    • Moe's Super Sunday Brunch Spectacular
        • Special event at Moe's Tavern to draw in the Super Bowl crowd. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
    • Mulhouse Roast
        • Homer gets roasted at the Springfield Friar's Club. "Tonight: Homer Simpson Roast / Tomorrow: Milhouse Roast" (Season 3 episode Gump Roast)
    • A Night in Morocco
        • Theme of this year's Dunder Mifflin Christmas party, organized by the new head of the Party Planning Committee, Phyllis! (Season 5 episode Moroccan Christmas)
    • A Night of Liberal Conversation and Liberal Drinking
        • Party at Paddy's Pub, Cindy's brainchild to make the bar more popular with liberals. (Season 13 episode The Gang Makes Paddy's Great Again)
    • Overlook Hotel July 4th Ball 1921
        • Framed photo seen at the end of the movie, with Jack Torrance front and center.
    • The Pawnee Bicentennial Celebration
        • Ben is honored because he's in charge of the Pawnee Bicentennial Celebration. (Season 7 episode 2017)
    • The Pawnee Correspondents Luncheon
        • Annual affair where the media and the government roast each other. (Season 5 episode Correspondents Lunch)
    • Phantom Jam
        • Party in a barn next to an old church with a wide variety of entertainers including nude dancing girls and the comedian Seymour Coffins.
    • Pharaoh-palooza
        • Book signing event for Sebastian Marx that Vincent hosts at Café Diem (Season 3 episode Show Me the Mummy)
    • The Pin Striped Ball
        • George Steinbrenner throws a party for the Yankees, where George is excited to show off his tall blonde girlfriend in a backless dress, but she breaks up with hiim through Kramer. (Season 8 episode The Susie)
    • Prime Minister's Climax Dinner
        • Held by the Republic of Moldavia during the Gotham City World's Fair (Season 1 episode Smack in the Middle)
    • Prime Minister's Friendship Luncheon
        • Held by the Republic of Moldavia during the Gotham City World's Fair (Season 1 episode Hi Diddle Riddle)
    • Promising Young Athletes Picnic
        • Bart and Milhouse steal Chief Wiggum's police cruiser and crash at the park. (Season 13 episode The Parent Rap)
    • The Public Transit Ball
        • Dan's date to the The Public Transit Ball cancels on him in order to attend her own wedding. He tries to convince Billie to go with him, but she does not. (Season 2 episode The Birthday Visitor)
    • Ross Geller Bachelor Bash 1998
        • Bachelor party Joey throws for Ross before his wedding to Emily. (Season 4 episode The One With the Worst Ben Man Ever)
    • Satan's Charity Ball: Rise of the Demons
        • Jake's name for the party The Association Of The Brooklyn Public Defenders has (Season 2 episode Defense Rests)
    • School Year Kick-Off Pool Party
        • The party the guys throw to raise money for Anders after he loses his scholarship. Booze!!! Drugs!!! Titties! And more!!! (Season 3 episode Flashback in the Day)
    • Senior Banquet Night
        • Annual event at Fillmore Junior High School. Each year a senior girl is selected hostess and escorts the banquet's guest of honor. The hostess is selected by a committee of Principal Watkins and three faculty members. (Episode My Fair Opponent)
    • Shelbyville Single Mingle
        • Marge's sisters take her to a speed dating mixer called Shelbyville Single Mingle at a generic hotel named "Inn” so she can meet some new guys after she gets amnesia and forgets Homer. (Season 17 episode Regarding Margie)
    • Sob-Fest 2002
        • Monica's name for her parents' 35th anniversary party - everybody will be crying because her sentimental toast. (Season 8 episode The One in Massapequa)
    • Springfield Elementary Casino Night
        • Student body president Martin Prince's idea to raise money for charity, inspired by an episode of Saved by the Bell. "Absolutely no money goes to Indians" (Season 15 episode The President Wore Pearls)
    • Springfield Formal Event
        • Event that Marge and Homer attend, where apparently Homer and a donkey made a scene previously. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Springfield Nuclear Power Plant Family Night
        • Also known as Springfield Nuclear Plant Employee, Spouses and No More Than Three Children Night at Springfield Stadium. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer)
    • Springfield Semi-Annual Halloween Party
        • The residents of Springfield get turned into their costumes by a real witch. (Season 17 episode Treehouse of Horror XVI - I've Grown a Costume on Your Face)
    • Starry Night High School Prom
        • Even with everything going on, the town moves forward celebrating their prom. (Season 1 episode Childhood's End)
    • The Strangest Party
        • The Strangest Party is one of two new songs appearing on INXS's greatest hits album. According to an interview with Michael, the song is a metaphor for INXS's journey through the world of popular music.
    • TelAmeriCorp Company Picnic 1997
        • Written on the T-shirts in the box under the desk (Season 1 episode Office Campout)
    • The Third Annual Cheers Picnic
        • Picnic Coach attempt to organize but nobody volunteers for the committees (Season 2 episodes 21 & 22 I'll Be Seeing You)
    • Town Square Scare
        • Westview holds the Town Square Scare Halloween event on Halloween night. (Season 1 episode All-new Halloween Spooktacular!)
    • Vive La Difference Evening
        • Scam the guys pull to run off the gay guys that come to Cheers after Sam is on the news with his gay friend - Cliff explains that the bar closes at 7pm on the first Thursday of every month (Season 1 episode 16 The Boys in the Bar)
    • Winston Party 2000
        • Frasier's neighbor's party, which he has on the same night as Frasier's party.The '2000' is his condo number. Martin: "Well, Winston Party 2000 sounds like the party of the future. Crane Party 1901 sounds like... well, this." (Season 7 episode The Fight Before Christmas)

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