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  • Prisons
    • Addison Correctional Facility
        • Where Michelle is sent for insider trading, in Chicago.
    • Adult Correctional Institution at Shepherdstown
        • When Dwayne razzed him about the clothes he wore to work, and then mentioned the Sexual Offenders' Wing of the Adult Correctional Institution at Shepherdstown, Harry had to suspect that his secret was out. And it wasn't merely a comical secret, either.
    • Alamore
        • Prison where Josh is sent after being convicted. (Season 1 episode A Date with Destiny)
    • Alaskan Gulag
        • On the communist world, Rembrandt is sentenced to fifteen years in the Alaskan Gulag without the possibility of parole by Judge Wapner on a twisted version of the TV show The People's Court.
    • Aspen Penal Colony
        • Judge Dredd is framed for murder and sentenced to life in prison at Aspen Prison.
    • Bain County Correctional
        • Prison where Otis Otis Driftwood and killer clown Captain Spaulding are held for 10 years following their capture.
    • Bardach County Jail
        • John Doe wears a Bardach County Jail jumpsuit, named after Elinor Bardach, the movie's costume supervisor.
    • Barrica Encampment
        • Garak mentions Miles' war story - killing Cardassians while liberating the Barrica Encampment from Setlik III. (Season 5 episode Empok Nor)
    • Bennett Lock-up
        • What Abed calls Shirley's garage in season 4 episode 5 when they do their prison escape episode.
    • Blackgate Prison
        • Prison where Bane is taken following the botched kidnapping and ransom of the Dupree child, though by the time Batman goes to see him, he has broken out and Batman has to capture him again.
    • California Cryo-Penitentiary
        • John Spartan sentenced to 70 years sub-zero re-habilitation in the California Cryo-Penitentiary for the involuntary manslaughter of 30 civilian, eligible for paroleno earlier than the year 2046.
    • Campbell's Chunky Soup Maximum Security Prison
        • According to Chief Wiggum, the Simpsons requires the help from the twisted mind of a murderer, which turns out to be Sideshow Bob. (Season 14 The Great Louse Detective)
    • Cashman
        • Minimum security prison far up north in Aroostook County, Maine (Story: Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption)
    • Chadney FederaI Prison
        • Sledge Hammer goes undercover as a prisoner (Season 2 episode Hammer Hits the Rock)
    • Citadel Correctional Facility
        • Prison in Los Angeles where Alice and Claire find a small band of survivors, including Claire's brother Chris, basketball star Luthor West and movie producer Bennett.
    • Citadel Prison
        • Prison created to hold Jedi if they lost their way. Obi-Wan, Anakin and Ahsoka rescue Jedi Master Even Piell from the Separatists. (Season 3 episode The Citadel)
    • The City Maximum Security Prison
        • Prison where The Terror breaks out The Human Ton and Handy (Prisoners 618 and 618-A). From Grandpa Wore Tights.
    • The Clackspire Labyrinth
        • Prison where Rick and Morty are sent in Issue #2. Anagram for Rick's Place because Rick's the one that built it. Described as 200 square miles of pure, uncut nightmare fuel.
    • The Clink
        • They are taking her to The Clink. The bastards. She pounds on the glass withcuffed-together hands, leaving sticky hand-prints. Let these bastards try towash the stuff off. They turn around and look right through her, the guiltyscum, like they heard something but they can't imagine what.
    • Concentration Camp GR-161
        • Parker captured by J'har Rebels during Torin Prime Civil War. Imprisoned at Concentration Camp GR-161 from August 1, 2107 to February 21, 2108. Establishes underground black market for POWs. (Nostromo Crew Profile for J.T. Parker, The Alien Legacy DVD)
    • Devil's Island
        • When Norm comes into some money but doesn't use it to pay his bar tab, Rebecca hires a "stranger" to come in and say that when he came in a few years ago and didn't have any money, the bar gave him two beers for free shortly before being sent to a prison called Devil's Island. Now that he was out, he was returning to pay his tab. The ruse goes to work on Norm, but it works on Woody, who gives Rebecca money for the lunch she bought him the day before (Season 10 episode 20 Smotherly Love)
    • Eastern State Correctional Facility
        • Prison where Mac's dead was until recently, when a large number of prisoners were released on parole early due to overcrowding. (Season 3 episode Dennis Looks Like a Registered Sex Offender)
    • Elemspur Detention Center
        • Kira is contacted regarding a study on the Elemspur Detention Center for the Bajoran Central Archives because their records indicate that Kira was there, though she has no recollection of ever having been there. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
    • Erewhon Prison
        • The oil rig prison, and an anagram for "Nowhere"
    • The Eternal Shriek
        • Also known as Retirement. An extreme form of punishment Michael will face when he leaves the neighborhood. (Season 1 episode 7 The Eternal Shriek)
    • European Union Fashion Prison For The Criminally Insane And Totally Out There
        • No description available
    • Evergreen State Penitentiary
        • Prison where Tom visits his son Kyle, where he was sent for assassinating Jordan Collier. (Season 3 episode The Gospel According to Collier)
    • Feltham Penitentiary
        • Alabama's newest super-max facility in the system, designed to warehouse the worst of the worst.
    • Gallitep
        • A Cardassian arrives on the station aboard the Kobheerian freighter Rak-Miunis, claiming to be a file clerk named Marritza, though he resembles the war criminal Gul Darhe'el, known as The Butcher of Gallitep. He has Kalla-Nohra Syndrome, which can only be the result of a mining accident at the Bajoran forced labor camp Gallitep that Kira helped liberate - though he claims it is Pottrik syndrome, very similar condition. (Season 1 episode Duet) Camp that Kira liberated. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
    • Gotham City Penitentiary
        • Hold some of Gotham's most dangerous criminals, located 2 miles north of Gotham Prison 5 miles out of town. episode The Joker is Wild.
    • Gotham State Prison
        • Prison that released The Penguin in episode Fine Feathered Finks. Also seen in episode The Entrancing Dr. Cassandra.
    • Grey Prison Planet
        • Once captured, Scrape is turned over to Mandora for transportation to the Grey Prison Planet. (Season 1 episode Dr. Dometone)
    • The Grid
        • A computer generated physical reality / a prison built in the middle of a war-torn wasteland in Season 7 episode 13 The Grid. A massive fortress where the children of the losing army of the brutal war 25 years ago were locked away to prevent them from taking revenge.
    • Gulag 38B
        • Russian prison Siberia, from which Constantine, the world's most dangerous frog escapes. "Russia's premier state funded hotel."
    • Hawksbill Station
        • Penal colony in the Precambrian era created by the United States government using time travel as a means to exile prisoners into the past.
    • HD 85512 B Class E Correctional Unit
        • Government contracted prison facility managed by Weyland Industries.
    • Hibernity Facility
        • A humane prison designed to protect the public from dangerous ideas. A safe place for brilliant people who fail to see reason. Located on Inaccessible island.
    • Hoag Maximum Security Prison
        • Hoag Prison is the Suffolk County Jail, the address is 200 Nashua St, Boston, MA and number is 617-635-1100.
    • Hollywoo Hills Super-max
        • New name of Hollywood Hills Super-max after BoJack stole the D from the Hollywood sign, seen in episodes Chickens and The Shot.
    • House Of Particular Individuals
        • Prison Joe escapes from by lying and simply telling the guard that he's not going to prison today, he's supposed to be getting out, and the guard calls him a dumbass and tells him he's in the wrong line.
    • Hsing Kang Prison
        • Where Han is imprisoned when he learns that he brother has been killed. Scenes filmed at Crease Clinic - 2601 Lougheed Highway, Coquitlam, BC V3C 5X9, Canada.
    • Illinois State Institute of Correction New record added 10/14/2021
        • One of Bob’s ex-con clients mentions writing a book called Birdman of the Illinois State Institute of Correction. (Season 6 episode Son of Ex-Con Job)
    • Internment Camp 371
        • Garak and Worf are captured by the Jem'Hadar and taken to Internment Camp 371. (Season 5 episode In Purgatory's Shadow)
        • Section 31's Sloan questions Bashir about the time he was captured by the Dominion and held at Internment Camp 371. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
        • No description available
    • Iron Heights Prison
        • Where Oliver's mother goes following the disaster in The Glades.
    • Isola Del Ditale Fashion Prison
        • Fashion prison where Mugatu is being held.
    • Kansas State Penitentiary
        • Lex visits Lionel in prison, where Lionel is waiting for him with a strange glowing stone to switch bodies. But Clark intervenes, and Lionel and Clark switch bodies instead. (Season 4 episode Transference)
    • Karthon Chop Fields
        • It is revealed that following the prison break sequence (Season 1 episode Chapter 6 The Prisoner), the derelict prison ship was found near the Dilestri system, and that Mayfeld was apprehended and sentenced to the Karthon Chop Fields. (Season 2 episode Chapter 14 The Tragedy)
    • Kidstown Juvenile Correctional Farm
        • Mentioned on the sign outside Kidstown USA toy store at the mall: Not affiliated with Kidstown Juvenile Correctional Farm. (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy)
    • Kopeisk Prison
        • Ivan Vanko was convicted of selling Soviet-era weapons grade plutonium to Pakistan and served 15 years in Kopeisk Prison.
    • Kurland Prison
        • Prison where Isabelle Tyler is held. (Season 4 episode The Wrath of Graham)
    • Lazon II Labor Camp
        • Gul Dukat clears Sisko's request for a judgment other than death for Thomas Riker, time in the Lazon II Labor Camp, with the Ministry of Justice. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
    • Lomita Kai
        • Prison camp on the planet Acquara. (Season 1 episode Jeremiah Crichton)
    • Los Lunas
        • Prison where Skinny Pete was in the same cell block as distributor Tuco. (Season 1 episode Crazy Handful of Nothin')
    • Luna Penal Colony
        • When Errinwright and Avasarala discuss the attack on Ganymede, Avasarala mentions that anyone who leaks the video of the attack will be tried before a legitimate tribunal and sent to the Lunar Penal Colony.
    • Manchester Federal Correctional Institute
        • Dewey Crow released from in season 6 episode 1.
    • Metro Jail 42
        • Where Blank Reg is taken when he is accused of zipper-hacking Network 23's signal. (Season 2 episode Academy)
    • The Montgomery Burns State Prison
        • Mr. Burns turns the Springfield Concert Hall into a private prison. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Morning Wood Penitentiary
        • After stealing the police master key to the city, Bart and Ralph sneak into a condemned prison. Bart: "The big house. The stony lonesome. The thug jug. The mobster trap. Penn State. The old crook…" (Season 9 episode This Little Wiggy)
    • Mount Inostranka Facility
        • Prison in Alaska for persons not of terrestrial origin (first seen in episode 1: I Haven't Told You Everything)
    • Nevada State Penitentiary
        • Unlike all of the other all star players in the Annual East/West Bowl that are from colleges and universities, football player Torque Lewith is from Nevada State Penitentiary. (Season 2 episode Dubstep)
    • New York Maximum Security Penitentiary
        • In 1988, following a 400% increase in crime, the United States government has turned Manhattan into a giant maximum-security prison. A 50-foot containment wall surrounds the island, and routes out of Manhattan have been dismantled or mined, while armed helicopters patrol the rivers, and all prisoners there are sentenced to life, with no means of leaving.
    • Newburgh Federal Penitentiary
        • Prison holding Thaddeus Bradley following the events of the first movie, when he was framed by The Four Horsemen.
    • NoCal Federal Penitentiary
        • Wade's counterpart on the communist world, the great leader of the revolution, was captured by the Soviets four days earlier, and is currently being held at the NoCal Federal Penitentiary, a converted college campus now used solely for high profile political prisoners. (Pilot episode)
    • Nova Prospekt
        • An old run-down prison that was transformed into something "much worse" by the Combine.
    • Oswald State Correctional Facility (Oz)
        • No description available
    • Palace of Corrective Detention
        • The walls are cracked and water runs upon them in thin threads without sound, black and glistening as blood. We stole the candle from the larder of the Home of the Street Sweepers. We shall be sentenced to ten years in the Palace of Corrective Detention if it be discovered. But this matters not. It matters only that the light is precious and we should not waste it to write when we need it for that work which is our crime. Nothing matters save the work, our secret, our evil, our precious work. Still, we must also write, for—may the Council have mercy upon us!—we wish to speak for once to no ears but our own.
    • Pee Dee Correctional Insitute
        • The correctional institute where Sailor spends some time.
    • Portland Correctional Institute
        • Mr. Denver tells Charlie about a very bright boy they had to send to south Portland Correctional Institute in 1959 for beating a junior high school girl with a baseball bat.
    • Project 42
        • S.H.I.E.L.D. Penitentiary Reed Richards built in the Negative Zone. Also known as Negative Zone Prison Alpha and Fantasy Island.
        • Zemo returns home to Sokovia, where Bucky tracks him down. The Wakandans arrive, taking him into custody, advising Bucky that they will be taking him to the Raft. Their Royal Talon fighter is seen in the background as they head out. (Season 1 episode Truth)
        • Zemo seen still resting comfortably in The Raft. (Season 1 episode One World, One People)
    • Re-Education Center
        • Where Quinn and Maggie go looking for Wade and Rembrandt on Earth Prime, now ruled by the Kromaggs. They find Rembrandt. Wade has been shipped off to another Earth. (Season 4 episode Genesis)
        • Maggie refers to it as the Kromagg Hilton, talking about Rembrandt's previous imprisonment. (Season 4 Common Ground)
    • Repatriation Center
        • Housing where migrants and people with racial impurities - and Rembrandt - are taken on the racial purity world. Referred to as the Condos. (Season 4 episode California Reich)
    • San Francisco National Penitentiary
        • The sliders visit a world in which the entire city of San Francisco is now a prison, about to drop into the ocean with the next earthquake. (Season 2 episode El Sid)
    • Seagate Prison
        • Location of the experiment that gives Luke Cage his abilities. (Season 1 episode Step in the Arena)
        • Where one of the guys that threw Adrian Mellon into the canal.
        • Prison where Max has been when he shows up in Haven in Season 1 episode 13 Spiral. Also mentioned in Season 3 episode 5 Double Jeopardy.
    • Slabside Penitentiary
        • Metahuman prison nicknamed "The Slab", because the only way you get out is feet first. (Issue #51)
    • South Hills State Prison New record added 10/18/2021
        • Doug Judy calls Jake from Amsterdam after he escapes from prison, but Terry thinks the call is from South Hills State Prison. (Season 8 episode PB&J)
    • South Wyndham Boys Training Facilities
        • Where one of the guys that threw Adrian Mellon into the canal.
    • Southway Garrison
        • Prison where Desmond was incarcerated. (Season 2 episode Live Together, Die Alone)
    • Spaceballs Prison Complex
        • Lone Star and Barf rescue the Princess from Spaceballs Prison.
    • Springfield City Jail
        • Chief Wiggum lets the prisoners out to come watch the kids' ice hockey game. (Season 6 episode Lisa on Ice)
    • Springfield Correctional Institute
        • Prison that Maggie crashes into when she takes the car for a joyride. (Season 4 episode Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie)
    • Springfield Juvenile Correctional Facility
        • After staging a fake wedding for gifts, Bart gets sentenced to six months at the Springfield Juvenile Correctional Facility. "Now accepting criminal midgets" (Season 15 The Wandering Juvie)
    • Springfield Penitentiary
        • Local prison from various episodes.
        • Homer and Marge are arrested, found guilty and sentenced to death for the murder of local old lady Myrna Bellamy. (Season 13 The Frying Game)
        • Prison where Krusty may end up after robbing Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 1 episode Krusty Gets Busted)
        • Prison where Sideshow Bob resides. America's Fastest Growing Prison. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare)
        • Drederick Tatum shown in prison, prior to his release to box Homer. (Season 8 episode The Homer They Fall)
        • Site of Krusty the Clown's Prison TV special. (Season 8 episode Brother from Another Series)
        • Sideshow Bob is released from prison. (Season 12 episode Day of the Jackanapes)
        • Snake strangles his cellmate. (Season 14 episode C.E. D'oh)
        • Homer's mother Mona goes to prison on a technicality. (Season 15 episode My Mother the Carjacker)
        • Artie tricks Homer into taking the blame for his corrupt company, and he gets sentenced to 10 years in (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)prison. "If you committed murder, you'd be home by now"
    • Springfield Prison
        • Boxer Drederick Tatum learned how to fight in the projects of Capital City, and honed his skills while serving time for assault in Springfield Prison. (Season 2 episode Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment) Otto picks the kids up in a prison bus instead of the regular school bus. (Season 5 episode The Boy Who Knew Too Much)
        • Sideshow Bob is caught wearing his old prison uniform. (Season 17 episode The Italian Bob)
    • Springfield State Penitentiary
        • Prison across the street from the Sit-n-Rotate Room, Springfield's revolving restaurant where Principal Skinner takes Patty on their date. (Season 2 episode Principal Charming)
    • Springfield State Prison
        • On the way to the school filled trip to Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, Mrs. Krabappel mentions their infamous visit to Springfield State Prison. (Season 1 episode Homer's Odyssey) Prisoners shown listening to Lurleen Lumpkin song on the radio. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer) Homer's barbershop quartet, The Be Sharps perform at Springfield State Prison. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet) Prison where Sideshow Bob resides. America's Fastest Growing Prison. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare) According to Sideshow Bob's political ad for mayor, "Mayor Quimby supports revolving door prisons. Mayor Quimby even released Sideshow Bob a man twice convicted of attempted murder. Can you trust a man like Mayor Quimby? Vote Sideshow Bob for mayor." (Season 6 episode Sideshow Bob Roberts)
    • Springfield Women's Prison
        • Prison where Marge serves 30 days for stealing bourbon from Kwik-E-Mart. "A prison for women" (Season 4 episode Marge in Chains)
    • Springwood Minimum Security Prison
        • Prison where Sideshow Bob ends up after rigging the mayoral election. (Season 6 episode Sideshow Bob Roberts) Prison holding Sideshow Bob, until he escapes during the Air Show at the U.S. Air Force Base. (Season 7 episode Sideshow Bob's Last Gleamings)
    • Stattica Robot Penitentiary
        • Bender gets arrested for impersonating Santa Clause. (episode A Tale of Two Santas)
    • Stygian Penal Colony
        • Gabriel Yulaw is sentenced to the Stygian Penal Colony in the Hades Universe.
    • Tallawaga County Prison
        • Sam Beckett leaps into Tallawaga County Prison inmate Chance Terence Cole, working on a chain gang. (Season 4 episode Unchained)
    • Tellun
        • Prison colony where convicts were employed as miners, where Michael Burnham was being transferred by prison shuttle when it was rerouted to meet with USS Discovery. (Season 1 episode 3)
    • Terran Raa
        • The prisoners aboard Moya were scheduled for transfer to Terran Raa, Lifer's colony, when Crichton meets them. (Premiere episode)
    • Texas State Penitentiary, Spring Valley Unit
        • Women's prison where Diaz (briefly), and then Santiago go undercover. (Season 3 episode Maximum Security)
    • Thomaston Prison
        • Another prison Red mentions where inmates serve hard time (Story: Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption)
    • Thomaston State Prison
        • Where one of the guys that threw Adrian Mellon into the canal.
    • Time Prison
        • Where the omniscient immortal being from the 4th dimension tells Rick and Morty and Summer where they're going after breaking time (Season 2 episode A Rickle in Time) "You know what they do to third-dimensional life forms in time prison? Same thing they do in every other prison, only forever."
    • Tucker Farms
        • Correctional facility where Baby Firefly has been held for the last ten years since her capture.
    • U.S. Penitentiary
        • Prison from various episodes.
        • Lex visits Lionel in prison. (Season 4 episode 2 Gone)
        • Lex and Lois both visit Lionel Luthor in prison - separately. (Season 4 episode Crusade)
        • Prison where Lionel is taken after the FBI arrests him for the murder of his parents. (Season 3 episode Covenant)
    • Ultra-Max (prison)
        • Josh, Tiger and Wolf are arrested for their time crimes and taken to the Ultra-Max prison on Damnation Island in the year 3491 A.D. (Season 2 episode Ultra-Max)
    • Utkin Prison
        • Prison where Vladimir and Anatoly Ranskahov were held. (Season 1 episode In the Blood)
    • Vancouver District Prison
        • Location of planned execution where Liber8 escapes to the past in episode Season 1 episode 1 A Stitch in Time.
    • Velos VII Internment Camp
        • Kira tracks the origin of the aphasia virus to Dekon Elig, former member of the Higa Metar sect of the Bajoran Underground, who died while attempting to escape from the Cardassian prison Velos VII Internment Camp, Stardate 39355. (Season 1 episode Babel)
    • Wasco State Penitentiary
        • Where Dignan spends his prison time after the pitiful attempt to rob Hinckley Cold Storage.
    • Waterville State Penitentiary
        • The Simpsons stumble onto a prison rodeo on their way home from the Springfield Apron Expo, where Marge meets convict Jack Crowley. (Season 12 episode Pokey Mom)
    • White Bear Justice Park
        • Prison where Victoria's time loop-is punishment is carried out (Season 2 episode White Bear)
    • Wilshire Detention Zone
        • Prison where Ben Richards is held for not complying with Plan Alpha.
    • Wrightsville Prison
        • Prison where Mitch's brother is locked up.

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