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  • Psychic Services
    • Abner Suggs
        • Soothsayer Abner Suggs requests spare change for fortune-readings, medicinal potions and whatnot. episode Lindemann's Catch.
    • Adra's Place
        • Blind seer on the toxic fog world. (Season 3 episode The Other Slide of Darkness)
    • Carrigan Burke
        • Renowned psychic and star of reality TV show Haunted House Cleaners.
    • Elise Rainier
        • Elise Rainier agrees to use her ability to contact the dead in order to help Quinn Brenner, a teenage girl who has been targeted by a dangerous supernatural entity.
    • Fortune Teller
        • Fortune teller in Sprinfield's Ethnic Town neighborhood. "After hours use automated teller" (Season 13 episode Treehouse of Horror XII - segment Hex and the City)
    • Leonardo Palladino
        • Famous mentalist/clairvoyant proved to be a fraud by Dr. Matheson and Dr. Buckley. Also known as Leonardo Borga, Leonardo Giordano and Leonardo Zaric.
    • Madame Carla
        • Carla's psychic name when she takes over for Madame Lazora (Season 10 episode 3 Madame LaCarla)
    • Madame Cornelia Drechmeyer
        • Scientist Murray Drechmeyer's psychic mother, the premier medium of her day (Season 3 episode Insane in the P-Brane)
    • Madame Karnoff
        • Hurley's father takes him to see a Psychic. (Season 3 episode Tricia Tanaka is Dead)
    • Madame Lavinda
        • Carla's palm reader (Season 5 episode 5 house of horrors with Formal Dining and Used Brick)
    • Madame Lazoro
        • Carla's palmist from various episodes, incuding Season 7 episode 22 The Visiting Lecher, Season 8 episode 23 The Ghost and Mrs. Lebec, Season 10 episode 3 Madame LaCarla.
    • Madame Loretta’s Fortune Telling and Spiritual Parlor
        • She’s not a gypsy, she’s an independent spiritual coordinator. (Season 2 episode The Gypsy)
    • Madame Mazora
        • Carla's fortune teller (Season 8 episode 2 The Improbable Dream, Part 2)
    • Madame Olga
        • Fortune teller offering Predictions outside the nightclub Jim Henry's Paradise from the scene when time traveling cowboy Joe Caswell stumbled down the busy New York City street. (episode Execution)
    • Madame Rochelle
        • The psychic known as the Affordable Exorcist that helps Harry and team try the case of the late Ray Heston. (Season 7 episode Come Back to the Five and Dime, Stephen King, Stephen King)
    • Madame Vivelda
        • Psychic. After a horrible 2019, a group of friends visit a psychic to see how things will get better for them in 2020. They don't get good news. (Episode 10/24/20 Adele)
    • Madame Wacko
        • Roy's nickname for Fay when she reads tarot cards in Season 2 episode A Little Nightmare Music.
    • Madame Zola
        • Antonio's psychic that reads the bumps on his head (Season 8 episode Olive or Twist)
    • Madame Zora
        • Angel looks for Madame Zora at a rundown, rat-infested amusement park (actually Coney Island).
    • Madame Zorco
        • Brian's nickname for Fay when she reads tarot cards in Season 2 episode A Little Nightmare Music.
    • Melmac The Magnificent
        • ALF's version of Carnac the Magnificent when he wears Johnny's turban on the Tonight Show (Season 3 episode Tonight, Tonight)
    • Mesmerino The Hip Hypnotist
        • According to the MC, Mesmerino the Hip Hypnotist, the performer at the Pimento Grove restaurant, was previously seen on Mike Douglas, Merv Griffin and Art Linkletter's House Party. (Season 13 episode The Blunder Years)
    • Miss Fortuna's Occult Shop
        • The troubled fortune teller's shop in Season 5.
    • The Oracle
        • The sliders encounter a religious group called the Assembly of the Oracle, centered around a seer that believes life here is just to prepare you for life on the next world. The faithful will be gathered up on the Day of Accounting. In the meantime though, they incinerate people while claiming to send them to the next world. Also known as "Followers of the way". (Season 4 episode Prophets and Loss)
    • Princess Opal
        • "Potions, Hexes and Fax Machine" Store in the mall between Gum for Less and I Can't Believe it's a Law Firm! where Selma goes looking for a love potion. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • Prof. Pigskin's Pro Ball Prognosticator
        • He's a pig who can predict football winners in advance. He's got something no gambler's ever had: a system. (Season 17 episode Bonfire of the Manatees)
    • Psychic Discovery Network
        • Phone line that Lelaina calls after seeing an ad on TV.
    • Queen Mama Jumbo
        • Psychic hotline that outsources their call center to India. (Season 17 episode Kiss Kiss, Bang Bangalore)
    • Richard Malkin
        • Psychic that Claire hires. At first he refuses to read her, then he claims it is of the utmost importance that she raise the baby herself. (Season 1 episode Raised by Another)
    • Shaun San Dena
        • Shaun San Dena is the medium that a Hispanic couple seeks out in 1969, saying their son is ill and hears evil voices after stealing a silver necklace from a gypsy wagon.
    • Simon Silver
        • Most celebrated psychic of all time. Slogan on poster for upcoming performance:"What are you really thinking about?"
    • Stupendous Yappi
        • Psychic celebrity (Episodes: Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose, José Chung's From Outer Space)
    • The Tarot Psychic
        • Harry Pine visits a psychic that is able to see who he really is. "The crystal ball tells all" (Season 2 episode The Who of You)
    • The Oracle
        • Where Morpheus takes Neo so he can learn the truth.
        • When Neo is meeting with the Oracle, the music playing in the background in her apartment is Duke Ellington's "I'm Beginning to See the Light," a reference to Neo's continued awakening.

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