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What started out as the ultimate compendium of fake businesses and products now contains many new categories that don't fit the original description... but we just can't bring ourselves to change the name.
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  • Pharmaceutical Companies
    • AFT
        • Pharmaceutical company that Harold's friend warns him may be involved in an upcoming merger with Harold's company, Promethium Pharmaceuticals.
    • Bromley Marks Pharmaceuticals
        • Company where Edward Dalton works, named after Patricia Bromley Marks, the wife of Dick Marks, Australian advertising legend and mentor to directors Michael Spierig and Peter Spierig. "World leader in blood pharmacy".
    • Contoso Pharmaceuticals
        • A fictional company in the documentation and training material for Microsoft products.
    • Devlin McGregor Pharmaceuticals
        • The company that falsified research of a new medicine.
    • Frankensense and Burr Pharmaceutical Corporation
        • No description available
    • Futureza
        • Company Annie works for - rising star in pharmaceuticals. Mentioned in season 5 episode 1. They invented fibromyalgia, and the cure for fibromyalgia.
    • Galaxy-Payson Pharmaceuticals
        • Drug company Lacey starts working for in episode Charlie and the hot nerd. They also make peanut butter and nuclear submarines.
    • Garelli-James Pharmaceuticals Inc.
        • Potential name for the theoretical pharmaceutical company that would mass produce Joe's smart juice cocktail - suggested by Joe. (Season 5 episode Flowers for Matthew)
    • Garm Phinc.
        • Potential name for the theoretical pharmaceutical company that would mass produce Joe's smart juice cocktail - suggested by Joe, shortened from Garelli-James Pharmaceuticals Inc. (Season 5 episode Flowers for Matthew)
    • Gautuma
        • Pharmaceutical company first mentioned in episode Minute to Win It. Where Dillon's daughter went to work undercover for Liber8 in episode Revolutions per Minute. In the future, they pioneer nano-medicine. They create self-evolving antibiotics that adapt to new strains of diseases.
    • Intrepus (INtREPUS)
        • David Esterbrook, head of Intrepus's pharmaceutical research division was arrested on accounts of human experimenting.
    • Jam-Arelli Pharmaceut Inc.
        • Potential name for the theoretical pharmaceutical company that would mass produce Joe's smart juice cocktail - suggested by Mr. James, shortened from James-Garelli Pharmaceuticals Inc. (Season 5 episode Flowers for Matthew)
    • James-Garelli Pharmaceuticals Inc.
        • Potential name for the theoretical pharmaceutical company that would mass produce Joe's smart juice cocktail - suggested by Mr. James. (Season 5 episode Flowers for Matthew)
    • Koller Pharmaceuticals
        • A company listed on building sign next to the company that handled Jake's blood that came back positive for drugs (Season 2 episode Sabotage)
    • Metron Pharmaceuticals
        • LuthorCorp subsidiary. (Season 2 episode Nocturne) Property that Chloe and Lex discuss, building that's been shut down for seven years, where Lex suspects Lionel is conducting covert research. (Season 3 episode Resurrection)
    • Powell
        • Pharmaceutical company that Harold's friend warns him may be involved in an upcoming merger with Harold's company, Promethium Pharmaceuticals.
    • Promethium Pharmaceuticals
        • Company where Richard, Elaine and Harold all work.
    • Sherman Chemicals
        • Jay's parents' chemical company. "We put the ‘harm' in pharmaceuticals" (Season 2 episode Frankie and Ellie Get Lost)
    • Sorensen Pharmaceutical
        • Pharmaceutical company that submitted application to FDA for the investigational new drug Hormone K, research into synthetic hormones that encourage neuron regeneration in the central nervous system. (Story: Understand)
    • Stradwick Pharmaceuticals
        • In Tom and Alana's alternate reality, Alana is asked to join the board of directors at the Collier Museum by the Seattle Inner Arts Council. The president Glendon Ritter, also the CEO of Stradwick Pharmaceuticals attends a benefit event that night a the museum. (Season 2 episode Life Interrupted)
    • Trimorez Pharmaceutical Co.
        • According to Cal, one of several companies involved in a plot to change biogenetic patent law. Cal: "The DYAD group has these key people on dozens of corporate boards, you know. I'm talking super PACs and research groups and lobbyists. All a concerted effort to try and effect biogenetic patent law." (Season 2 episode By Means Which Have Never Yet Been Tried)
    • Troxell Pharmaceuticals
        • Rudd and Channing are not down there to help animals, but instead, to capture a specific type of octopus and harvest it for a pharmaceutical company. (Season 2 episode 8)
    • Zenryoku Pharmaceutical
        • The name of the company that makes the toothpaste in Matsuko's commercial. For your strong teeth! Let's all gnash teeth! Yay! Gnash with all your might! Let's go! Gnash until they rasp! Let's fly! Gnash, gnash, rasp, rasp! Full-on teeth grind, let's go! I gnash my teeth with frustration!

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