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  • Professional Organizations
    • AAGLNYCPA
        • African American Gay and Lesbian New York City Policeman's Association. The support organization that the captain created. (Season 1 episode Full Boyle)
    • Academy Of Inventors
        • Group of super intelligent scientists that show their inventions at the Academy of Inventors Annual Symposium.
    • Amalgamated Union Of Philosophers, Sages, Luminaries And Other Professional Thinking Persons
        • Also known as AUPSLOTP. Represented by Majikthise, protesting Deep Thought, the computer which is being asked to determine the Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe and Everything. Majikthise: "We are quite definitely here as representatives of the Amalgamated Union of Philosophers, Sages, Luminaries and Other Thinking Persons, and we want this machine off, and we want it off now!"
    • American Carny Association
        • Group that endorses the Kitchen Carnival, a machine that makes carnival food at home. Marge's sisters Patty and Selma won on on the Price is Right. (Season 15 The Fat and the Furriest)
    • American Federation Of Variety Artists
        • Organization Deckard tells Zhora he's with, specifically the "Confidential Committee of Moral Abuses" division.
    • American Hypnotical Association
        • Organization that Mr. Burns threatens to contact when a hypnotist turns Roger Clemens into a chicken. (Season 3 episode Homer at the Bat)
    • The American Laundry Federation
        • When ALF calls the president, the operator researches "A-L-F", coming up with several fictional organizations, including The American Laundry Federation, The Association of Lawn Fertilizers and Alabama Lunatic Fringe (Season 1 episode Pennsylvania 6-5000)
    • American Pa-lease Association
        • Joke Charlie makes when Reno Ventura from the American Psychological Association knocks on his door, because he thinks it's just another anger shill sent by Jordan. (Season 5 episode Charlie and the Temper of Doom)
    • The Ancient Mystic Society Of No Homers
        • When the rest of the members of the Stonecutters get tired of Homer being their leader, they create a new secret society. (Season 6 episode Homer the Great)
    • The Assassins Guild
        • He turned down a side street, walked by several restaurants, and came to a large building called the poison institute (Easy Terms. Up to 3 Years to Pay. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back). Next door to it was the assassin's guild, Local 452.
    • Assassin's Guild of the Thenta Makur
        • G'kar receives a message from a dying enemy stating that he will be killed by somebody close to him during the next two days. His new aide Na'Toth points out that if Du'Rog had been serious about killing him, he would have gone to the Assassin's Guild of the Thenta Makur, whose trademark is to leave a black flower near to one of their impending victims so they will know to get their affairs in order. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • The Association Of Lawn Fertilizers
        • When ALF calls the president, the operator researches "A-L-F", coming up with several fictional organizations, including The American Laundry Federation, The Association of Lawn Fertilizers and Alabama Lunatic Fringe (Season 1 episode Pennsylvania 6-5000)
    • The Association of Newsroom Cue Card Holders
        • Group that joins Lisa's strike at Springfield Elementary School. (Season 15 episode The President Wore Pearls)
    • Attica Physics Club
        • Joke Fargo makes about going to prison. Fargo: "I'm gonna spend the rest of my life President of the Attica Physics club!" (Season 3 episode Ship Happens)
    • B.U.B.B.A.
        • Bull’s bailiff club. Benevolent Union of Bald Bailiffs of America. (Season 5 episode Chrizzi’s Honor)
    • The Beef Council
        • Duckman version of the National Cattlemen's Beef Association (Season 1 episode I, Duckman)
    • Boston League Of Businesswomen
        • Group Rebecca wants to join (Season 11 episode 19 Bar Wars VII: The Naked Prey)
    • British Rocket Society
        • Also known as B.R.S., Group involved in multiple celebrated court cases ("Rox v. British Rocket Society” and "British Rocket Society v. Rex”), together causing a tremendous awakening of public interest in the science of rocketry.
    • Broadcasters Society
        • Mr. James asks Dave to introduce Bill for his speech at the Broadcasting Society dinner. (Season 2 episode In Through the Out Door - episode title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
    • Brooklyn Periodontics Society
        • Peralta accuses dentist Philip Davidson of using a Brooklyn Periodontics Society award as the murder weapon in the murder of his partner. (Season 5 episode The Box)
    • Brotherhood of Fruit Packers and Unpackers
        • The bag boys at CostMo Foods grocery store - members of Sack stuffers Local 199 - go on strike. Pledging to honor the bag boys strike are the Brotherhood of Fruit Packers and Unpackers, The Shelf Dusters Union, and The Unattractive Waitresses of America. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • Brotherhood of Petrol Workers
        • Union on the oil company world. (Season 3 episode The Fire Within)
    • The Bureau of Collection and Investigative Services
        • Gus Klein's private investigator license on the wall in his office, issued February 15, 1965, valid until June 30, 1991.
    • Canadian Mollusk Association
        • Doug Forcett decides to make a donation after killing a snail (Season 3 episode Don't Let the Good Life Pass You By)
    • Canine Global Kennel Club Inc.
        • While Velma clicks through an internet search on Dick Dastardly, she looks at canine adoptions.
    • Colgate Cavity Patrol
        • The grifter that grifts Bart and Homer has a badge, which he claims is an FBI badge, but turns out to be from the Colgate Cavity Patrol. (Season 12 episode The Great Money Caper)
    • The Commercial Council Of Magrathea
        • Message the crew receives upon finally arriving at Magrathea, shortly before thermonuclear missiles are launched at them: "The Commercial Council of Magrathea thanks you for your visit, but regrets that the entire planetis temporarily closed. If you'd like to leave your name and a planet where you can be contacted, kindly do so at the tone."
    • The Committee To Plan Parties
        • New committee that Pam and Karen create in order to plan the Margarita-Karaoke-Christmas party, in opposition to the Party Planning Committee's Nutcracker Christmas party. (Season 3 episode A Benihana Christmas)
    • The Council Of Legendary Figures
        • Council that includes Cupid, Mother Earth, Father Time, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy.
    • Council of Logic And Data
        • Martin Heiss was the chairman of the Council of Logic and Data and a well known debunker of all things supernatural.
    • The Creative Institute of Architects (CIA)
        • Episode Father of the Year. Professional organization that asks Mike to deliver a speech he'd previously given at a business meeting.
    • Empire State Lawyers
        • Attended Pressman Hotel for their Christmas party. Narrator got his hard and stuck it in all their orange mousses.
    • European Optometry Society
        • What happens in 1968 will rule the fare of European optometrists for at least 50 years! Billy read. With this warning, Jean Thiriart, Secretary of the National Union of Belgium Opticians, is pressing for formation of a 'European Optometry Society.' The alternatives, he says, will be the obtaining of Professional status, or, by 1971, reduction to the role of spectacle-sellers. Billy Pilgrim tried hard to care.
    • Federation Medical Council
        • The Federation Medical Council nominates Bashir for this year's Carrington Award, along with Dr. April Ward of the University of Nairobi, Healer Senva of the Vulcan Medical Institute, Dr. Henri Roget of the Central Hospital of Altair IV and Chirurgeon Ghee P'Trell of Andoria. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
    • Federation Of Feminist Women's Health Centers
        • Organization listed on the tenant sign in the foyer of the Martin-Victor building.
    • The Federation Of Trade Route Allocation And Monetization
        • Upon arrival at the mining colony, Qu'ra claims to be Oksana Floren, Deputy Assistant Administrator to the Vice-Admiral of the Federation of Trade Route Allocation and Monetization, there with an offer from the Senior Vice-Admiral.
    • Future Enterprisers
        • 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.
    • Future Veterans of Foreign Wars
        • After Bart and Milhouse destroy Ned Flanders' secret Beatles memorabilia room, Marge searches for supervised activities they can all do together. (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
    • Gay Steel Workers of America
        • Organization featured in Springfield's gay pride parade. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • German Association Of Prison Officials
        • He was apologetic about the Englishmen's having to put up with the American enlisted men. He promised them that they would not be inconvenienced for more than a day or two, that the Americans would soon be shipped to Dresden as contract labor. He had a monograph with him, published by the German Association of Prison Officials. It was a report on the behavior in Germany of American enlisted men as prisoners of war. It was written by a former American who had risen high in the German Ministry of Propaganda. His name was Howard W. Campbell, Jr. He would later hang himself while awaiting trial as a war criminal. So it goes.
    • The Guild of Restaurant and Casino Employees
        • Rom and his fellow employees form a union to stand up for themselves and fight for their rights. (Season 4 Bar Association)
    • Hammond Association Of Business & Industry
        • Sponsor of congressional debate between Cam Brady and Marty Huggins.
    • Hickleborough Rocket Association
        • Group that dropped a large rocket from an aero plane, labeled "Property of the USSR”, as part of a publicity stunt.
    • Homicide International Trust
        • Also known as HIT. International fraternity of assassins.
    • Indiana Fine Woodworking Association
        • Ron is nominated for an award from the Indiana Fine Woodworking Association. (Season 5 episode Ron and Diane)
    • Indiana Notary Society
        • In a flash forward, when Garry dies, the Indiana Notary Society gives him their highest honor, the 21 Stamp Salute. (Season 7 episode One Last Ride)
    • Industrial Retrofitters Local 238
        • Union Joe mentions when he goes on strike. Joe: "Think I want to be on strike? It's the other union, the Industrial Retrofitters Local 238… Their union and our union are allied, like sister unions. So if they go on strike, I gotta go on strike too.” (Season 4 episode Who's the Boss?)
    • International Mad Scientist Society
        • The International Mad Scientist Society hosts their annual Most Evil Invention in the World Contest. Entries include a Shrink Ray, a Freeze Ray and Robochomo, a robot that molests children. (Episode 5/20/2017 Host Dwayne Johnson, skit International Mad Scientist Society)
    • International Society of Elvis Impersonators
        • Professional group mentioned on WBS news report.
    • International Society of Sociology
        • Organization of one of the experts that provides commentary on Alien Visitation, the documentary TV show hosted by R. Wilson Monroe, airing Crichton's nephew Bobby Coleman's interviews with his alien friends. (Season 4 episode A Constellation of Doubt)
    • The Jimmy Junior Brigade
        • Mr. James' new intern program at WNYX. Members are known as Rocking Rangers. (Season 4 episode Monster Rancher)
    • L.A. Limo Inspection Committee
        • When Nolan gets a call to pick up a client while driving the group around in his limo, they tell the client they are with the L.A. Limo Inspection Committee. (Episode Charlie Does Time with the Hot Warden)
    • La Societe Astronautique Internationale
        • International astronautical society. "Six years after the Envoy was silent, the drone probe Zombie, sponsored jointly by the Geographic Society and La Societe Astronautique Internationale, bridged the void and took up an orbit for the waiting period, then returned."
    • Lab Rat Union
        • Seen on MSNBSea ticker tape in season 2 episode Hank After Dark - "Lab Rat Union files class action lawsuit against scientists"
    • The League Of Assassins
        • Lady shiva of the League of Assassins observes Batman capturing Bane at the Dupree chemical plant.
    • The Mars Miners Union
        • The head of the Mars Miners Union is shot by a member who then attempts to kill himself. (Episode 10 Brain Fever)
    • The Meat Council
        • Presenter of the educational film "Meat and You: Partners in Freedom", hosted by Troy McClure, shown to the children of Springfield Elementary. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian)
    • Meat Packer's Union
        • Union in Batavia, New York that orders pretzels from Marge after Homer asks Fat Tony and his mafia goons for help. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • Midwest Businesswoman's Association
        • Group Charlotte mentions giving a speech to (Season 11 episode Detour)
    • Murderers With Borders
        • Joke Samir makes about Doctors without borders. (Episode The Comedian)
    • National Artistic Federation Of New Zealand
        • Seen on one of the awards on Jarrod's brother Gordon's bedroom wall.
    • National Association of The Sellers of Alcohol
        • Duff finds a new Duff spokesperson to replace Duffman - the Simpsons' dog, Santa's Little Helper. Now known as Suds McDuff. In his first commercial, Suds parties with astronauts on the International Space Station. "Duff - the official beer of NASA... National Association of the Sellers of Alcohol" Astronaut: "Houston, we have a problem. This place is Dullsville." (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
    • National Ringworm Association
        • "The other N.R.A." TV commercial featuring women exercising. Just do it - examine your scalp for ringworm. (Season 5 The Last Temptation of Homer)
    • National Union Of Belgium Opticians
        • What happens in 1968 will rule the fare of European optometrists for at least 50 years! Billy read. With this warning, Jean Thiriart, Secretary of the National Union of Belgium Opticians, is pressing for formation of a 'European Optometry Society.' The alternatives, he says, will be the obtaining of Professional status, or, by 1971, reduction to the role of spectacle-sellers.
    • NESA
        • North East Sales Association. Dwight wins the Top Salesman of the Year award. (Season 2 episode Dwight's speech)
    • New York Media Foundation
        • Organization that gave Mitch Kessler a Leadership in Journalism award. (Season 1 episode In the Dark Night of the Soul It's Always 3:30 in the Morning) Sponsor of the 25th Leadership in Journalism Awards dinner. (Season 1 episode A Seat at the Table)
    • New York Society Of Legal Professionals
        • There's an award for Distinguished Attorney from the New York Society of Legal Professionals in Jeri's apartment. (Season 2 episode AKA The Octopus)
    • Northwest Businesswoman's Association
        • Group Charlotte mentions giving a speech to (Season 11 episode Detour)
    • The Osiris Club (organization)
        • The British occult society formed in 1866 by the ranking members of the Heliopic Brotherhood of Ra.
    • The Party Planning Committee
        • Committee headed up by Angela, that also includes Phyllis and Pam, from various episodes.
    • Pawnee Restaurant Association
        • Leslie meets with the local restaurant association regarding her plan to tax sugary beverages. (Season 5 episode Soda Tax) Kathryn Pinewood of the Pawnee Restaurant Association responds to Leslie Knope's question of "Are you better off now than you were a year ago?" by saying that "This town is not better off. This past year has been a disaster, and this government is hell-bent on stripping away our most basic personal freedoms." (Season 5 episode Are You Better Off?)
    • The Piano Tuners Local 412
        • Union that joins the teachers of Springfield Elementary School in a sympathy strike. (Season 6 episode The PTA Disbands)
    • Potomac Club
        • Club where Peter Corrigan discusses the possibility of time travel with his friends. (episode Back There)
    • The Resistors
        • Scientist prisoners of the Hibernity Facility, working to escape.
    • Sack Stuffers Local 199
        • The bag boys at CostMo Foods grocery store - members of Sack stuffers Local 199 - go on strike. Pledging to honor the bag boys strike are the Brotherhood of Fruit Packers and Unpackers, The Shelf Dusters Union, and The Unattractive Waitresses of America. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • The Sacred Order of the Stonecutters
        • Secret, ancient organization, parody of the Freemasons, that Homer joins. (Season 6 episode Homer the Great)
    • San Fernando Valley Chiropractic Association
        • Organization Alan mentions named him Chiropractor of the Year. (Pilot episode)
    • Seattle Inner Arts Council
        • Professional organization that Alana mentions. (Season 2 episode Life Interrupted)
    • Seattle Psychiatric Association
        • Professional organization in Seattle. Frasier (in hot tub, moments before pulling his head under the water and hiding): "That's all I needed to hear. My friends like it, my family likes it - I like it. I can do the commercial and Frederick can go to Harvard… Oh my god! Isn't that Dave Hendler from our building? You know, he's the head of the Seattle Psychiatric Association." (Season 1 episode Selling Out)
    • The Shelf Dusters Union
        • The bag boys at CostMo Foods grocery store - members of Sack stuffers Local 199 - go on strike. Pledging to honor the bag boys strike are the Brotherhood of Fruit Packers and Unpackers, The Shelf Dusters Union, and The Unattractive Waitresses of America. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • Snoring-in-the-Hay Rocket Society
        • The narrator's scientific group, that manages to land their ship Pride of the Galaxy, on Mars in April of 1952.
    • Society of Goodfellows
        • Harry is honored as the Man of the Month by the Society of Goodfellows. (Season 6 episode Harry and the Tramp)
    • Southern California Trial Lawyers Association
        • Charlie’s new appropriately aged judge girlfriend is recognized as Judge of the Year by the Southern California Trial Lawyers Association. Charlie ruins the ceremony after taking an unknown drug from Evelyn. (Season 4 episode Help Daddy Find his Toenail)
    • Springfield Goat Milkers
        • Group that joins Lisa's strike at Springfield Elementary School. (Season 15 episode The President Wore Pearls)
    • Sutton Place Club
        • Exclusive club for lawyers considering Dan for membership. (Season 6 episode The Law Club)
    • Techno Union
        • Commerce guild associated with the Separatists during the Clone Wars. (Season 7 episode On the Wings of Keeradaks)
        • Anakin, Rex, and the Bad Batch discover Echo alive, used as a living computer by the Techno Union. (Season 7 episode A Distant Echo)
    • The Association Of The Brooklyn Public Defenders
        • Jake's girlfriend's public defender organization. Jake calls it the Chamber of Asses. But then he says, Wait that's too sexy - the chamber of snakes! (Season 2 episode Defense Rests)
    • The Therapists Guild
        • Fake association Fraiser creates to get out of his Cousin Dodie's wedding (Season 7 episode A Tsar is Born)
    • The Unattractive Waitresses of America
        • The bag boys at CostMo Foods grocery store - members of Sack stuffers Local 199 - go on strike. Pledging to honor the bag boys strike are the Brotherhood of Fruit Packers and Unpackers, The Shelf Dusters Union, and The Unattractive Waitresses of America. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • Union of Concerned Scientists
        • The sliders watch an SFN news report at Moonatic Electronics about the Union of Concerned Scientists on the asteroid world. Later, Arturo refers the scientists as the Union of Distinguished Scientists. (Season 1 episode Last Days)
    • United Community Of Psychic People
        • Jack becomes a psychic and joins a psychic community. Jack: "So, after taking a short online course and proving that I'm not a robot, the good folks at The United Community of Psychic People, or UCPP, have welcomed - Oh, my God. UCPP! I just got that." (Season 10 episode Who's Sorry Now?)
    • United Federation of Theme Park Zombies
        • Group that joins Lisa's strike at Springfield Elementary School. (Season 15 episode The President Wore Pearls)
    • UTL Network
        • National organization for teachers. Teaching Center sketch (Season 5 episode Severed Head Showcase)
    • The Validity Committee
        • Jim creates a committee of one. Jim: "As ranking number two, I am starting a committee to determine the validity of the two committees, and I am the sole member." (Season 3 episode A Benihana Christmas)
    • Vega Mining Consortium
        • Time traveler Pria claims to belong to the Vega Mining Consortium. (Season 1 episode Pria)
    • Veterans of One War
        • Homer and his friends travel to Canada for cheap drugs, visiting a veterans service organization. (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
    • Veterans Of Popular Wars
        • Variation of the VFW, Veterans of Foreign Wars. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington) Featured in Bart's Kids Newz segment, Bart's People, where the veterans are making flags out of old clothes. (Season 9 episode Girly edition)
    • Veterans of Unpopular Wars
        • Variation of the VFW, Veterans of Foreign Wars. "Two war-story minimum" (Season 9 episode Simpson Tide)
    • Wicky Wild Boys Crew
        • Bill's name for the sales team at TelAmeriCorp - Rancho Cucamonga branch. (Season 6 episode Wolves of Rancho)
    • Women In Law
        • Group that gives Jeri an award, part of her firm's effort to fix her image following the Wendy/Pam scandal from Season 1. (Season 2 episode AKA Start at the Beginning)
    • The Workers Provident Fund
        • While Avasarala was building herself from the treasurer of the Workers Provident Fund to the district governor of the Maharshta-Karnataka-Goa Communal Interest Zone, Secretary-general Errinwright was a political prisoner at a minimum-security facility in the Andean Cloud Forest.
    • The World Tennis Organization
        • Organization sponsoring the cable TV movie Advantage Agassi starring tennis star Andre Agassi (episode 2 Bobcat Goldthwaite)
    • The Young Hillbillies Millionaires Club
        • Organization that gives the Golden Jug Award to Billy Bob Hoyt, CEO of Hilltech Industries, a hillbilly company featured on TV news show American Profiles (Episode A Few Good Scouts)

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