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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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  • Services-Other
    • 1-800-FREAKSTYLE
        • Uh, having trouble remembering your rent? Just Dial 1-800-FREAKSTYLE (Song: 212)
    • 1-900-BUMMER
        • When the guys go to Atlantic City for Joe's bachelor party, Brian books them a room at Trump's Taj Mahal, but for the wrong night, so they end up at Al's Crapshoot Hotel instead. The bachelor party's a bust, so Lowell answers the phone, "1-900-BUMMER" (Season 6 episode Boys Just Wanna Have Fun)
    • A&A Crop Dusting Service
        • The plane Elliot Gould hires to look for the lost astronauts (and finds James Brolin)
    • Alfred Simmons: Horse Slaughterer and Glue Boiler
        • The company that came to take Boxer the horse away when he was "retired"
    • AMFL
        • New record added 6/7/2022
        • Another Mother For Lease. Business idea David comes up with - a service that helps you out with all sorts of decisions that mothers like to make. (Season 2 episode Somewhere Under the Rainbow)
    • Balloon Ride
        • Before choosing to visit a dude ranch to escape the song that Homer wrote about Ned Flanders, the Simpsons consider other vacation destinations, including the Denzel Washington Monument, the Wax Museum, a Balloon Ride, Colonial Phoenix and Walter Gropius's Bauhaus Village. (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
    • Bogus Business Bureau
        • Organization dedicated to making sure that all businesses follow the rules and that all customers are treated fairly. (episode For Here or to Go)
    • Book-Lover's Discount
        • Member discount program Frasier mentions at register in bookstore (Season 9 episode Three Blind Dates)
    • The Care
        • Fake service that the Kims create in order to bring Mrs. Kim into the Park household. Mr. Kim, now Mr. Park's driver, presents the company as an option to Mr. Park. According to Mr. Kim, the service provides "veteran-grade help to VIP customers".
    • The Chuckletime Gigglers
        • Media company from Skank TV show skit. "Canned laughter provided by The Chuckletime Gigglers" (Episode Flea)
    • CIR
        • Also known as Crisis Intervention Resources. Crisis management team Rand Enterprises hires. (Season 1 episode Immortal Emerges from Cave)
    • Cockrum Designs
        • Company where Matt and Hannah work. probably named after comic book artist and X-Men costume designer Dave Cockrum.
    • Consumer Recreation Services
        • CRS. Production company that tailors an experience to each person's individual requirement.
        • CRS. The company from The Game, also directed by David Fincher. There's a sticker on the same brown station wagon from that movie, visible when the Narrator falls into during his first fight with Tyler.
    • Curse Purge Plus
        • Rick's business that uses science to un-curse creepy specific old stuff from a mysterious antique store that gives you powers but fucks with you in unforeseable ways. Located at 1st and Main in Old Town, across from Needful Things. (Season 1 episode Something Ricked This Way Comes)
    • Darnell's Prison Readiness Program
        • James hires Darnell to prepare him for prison.
    • David Strum Forensic Center
        • Listed on report Dexter reads. (Season 1 episode Shrink Wrap)
    • The Doppel Gang
        • Company Abed hires to get celebrity impersonators. (Season 3 episode Contemporary Impressionists)
    • DoxStop
        • Document and research service that Annie uses to blackmail an admissions employee at Neberdine.
    • Dr. Know
        • Allowed 3 questions per visit and you find out what you need to by searching categories. Although Dr Know is a computer character he bears a striking resemblance to Albert Einstein.
    • Dr. Sammy's Stop Smoking Center
        • From a joke that Sam makes to Rebecca when she's trying to stop smoking. "Today's special is a free chest exam." (Season 6 episode 11 My Fair Clavin)
    • Dream Shop
        • When he got back to his store, Barrent found that a letter had been slipped under his door. It was an invitation from his neighborhood Dream Shop. The letter read: Dear Citizen, We take this opportunity of welcoming you into the neighborhood and extending to you the services of what we believe to be the finest Dream on Omega. All manner and type of dreams are available to you - and at a surprisingly low cost. We specialize in memory-resurrecting dreams of Earth. You can be assured that your neighborhood Dream Shop offers you only the finest in vicarious living. As a Free Citizen, you will surely wish to avail yourself of these services. May we hope that you do so within the week? The Proprietors.
    • Droplets Water Delivery
        • Disguise that Diaz wears to sneak into police headquarters to find body cam footage. (Season 8 episode The Good Ones)
    • Earth Resources Technology Services, Inc. (ERTS)
        • Finds information on the dislocation of resources on the Earth.
    • Eddie Cole Crop Dusting
        • Pilot that claims to have seen a ship crash in Smallville during the meteor shower. (Season 1 episode Obscura)
    • Fireworks Testing Range
        • On the way to their Box Factory field trip, Bart and his class pass the Fireworks Testing Range, with a school bus from Shelbyville Elementary School out front. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous)
    • Fred Gardner, Professional Simon Says Instructor
        • Guy courting Roy's mom at her retirement home. (Season 6 episode Miss Jenkins)
    • Ghost-o-gram
        • Joke ALF makes about his guardian angel (Season 3 episode Stairway to Heaven)
    • Ginzberg & Cohen's Computerized Fittings
        • No description available
    • Haji's Quick Vanish
        • Joke Saul Goodman makes about the vacuum cleaner repair company card he gives to Walt, the guy to help him and his family disappear. "Tell him you need a new dust filter for a Hoover MaxExtract Pressure Pro, Model 60." (Season 4 episode Crawl Space)
    • The Hot Cops
        • The company Lindsay hires to scare Tobias away from the Queen Mary nightclub that he bought - police-themed strippers that Tobias turns into an singing/dancing act, and gets their asses kicked when they confront a real gang (Season 2)
    • In Your Face, Limited
        • Company that throws pies into people's faces. (Season 3 episode Harry and Leon)
    • The Jump Club
        • The name of the company the guys hire to take them skydiving (Season 7 episode 8 Jumping Jerks)
    • The Lodge of Fallen Leaves
        • A camp for business professionals to learn team working skills.
    • Magic Jackson, Jr.
        • Hollywood sequel doctor, the guy that the studio brings in to oversee things when they about to drop a deuce. (Season 5 episode Hollywood Sequel Doctor)
    • Memory Parlor
        • This is one of the best parts of Lake View. They can turn any memory you have into a video for you, even something you barely remember from childhood.
        • Nathan and Nora's dad stop by when Nathan gives him a tour of Lake View. They watch a video of Nathan playing catch with his father. (Season 1 episode Bring Your Dad to Work Day)
    • MovieCall
        • Movie time information service that advertises before the movie Shenani-Goats at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Mr. Movie Phone
        • The Simpsons spot the Mr. Movie Phone guy at the phone company store. (Season 13 episode Blame it on Lisa)
    • Mystics Without Borders
        • Moonwind and his friends help lost souls return to their bodies.
    • Now We're Cooking
        • Food delivery service that Kramer signs up for, and they fax restaurant menus to him on Elaine's answering machine. (Season 9 episode The Maid)
    • Repo
        • Generic company that repossesses Artie Ziff's stuff when his company goes bankrupt. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • Repo Depot
        • Repossession company from various episode.
        • Repot Depot repossesses Marge's engagement ring. (Season 3 episode I Married Marge)
        • Repot Depot tow truck takes the Simpsons wrecked cars away. (Season 4 episode Mr. Plow)
        • Repot Depot repossesses everything Bart buys from the Covet House Catalog with his MoneyBank charge card. (Season 8 episode The Canine Mutiny)
        • Repot Depot repossesses the merchandise at the Karma-ceuticals New Age store, where Homer takes Lisa. (Season 10 episode Make Room For Lisa)
        • Repot Depot cleans out the BetterThanTV.com office, the internet start-up that buys Bart's Angry Dad comic.
        • Repo Depot comes for Milhouse's father's pants. (Season 15 episode Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore)
    • Resettlement Advice Centre
        • Centre on Pintleton Alpha where Arthur goes seeking advice on a place to get a life where the people look vaguely like him.
    • Skywriting by Dan
        • Apu pays a skywriter to write a love message to Manjula in the sky over Springfield. (Season 10 episode I'm With Cupid)
    • Springfield Speakers Bureau
        • Lisa convinces Principal Skinner to hire a speaker from the Springfield Speakers Bureau - Geoff Jenkins, creator of the cartoon Danger Dog. (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
    • Springfield Welcome Mobile
        • Service that provides welcome baskets to new residents. (Season 4 episode New Kid on the Block)
    • TBM, Inc.
        • The Best Man, Inc. - Jimmy's business. Packages include: The Single Wing Ring Man - just the wedding, Bronze Bow Tie - All festivities for the wedding weekend, Silver Cuff Link - includes everything that comes with the Bronze Bow Tie package, plus 3 additional three groomsmen. Throw in an extra thousand for a bachelor party. Oh, and then there's the purely theoretical Golden Tux, which is what Doug needs.
    • Thompson Ratings
        • The ALF version of the Nielsen Ratings, introduced to the Tanner household (Season 2 episode Prime Time)
    • Total Lifesplan
        • Everything Watson does is scheduled. He worked out a comprehensive scheme years ago with the assistance of the Total Lifesplan people, punched it into his personal computer and has kept to it ever since.
    • Tri-State Wake-up Service
        • Elaine's wake up service. She goes out on a blind date with James, the guy that calls her to wake her up. (Season 7 episode The Wink)
    • The Ungrateful Biatch Hotline
        • Joke Michael makes when the client he apologizes to following the Dunder Mifflin cartoon animal sex scandal tells him she's going to call the Better Business Bureau. Michael: "Yeah, well, I'm calling the Ungrateful Biatch Hotline!" (Season 3 episode Product Recall)
    • United Vending Company of America
        • Andy tells the clerk at the Slumberland Motel that he works for a vending company.
    • Universal Information Services
        • Information service on the Data Universal World, a world ruled by an automated credit agency. (Season 5 episode Please Press One)
    • V+E Odd Jobs
        • Valentine "Val" McKee and Earl Bassett's handymen service in Perfection.
    • ZipDocs
        • Competitor of DoxStop, the document and research service that Annie uses to blackmail an admissions employee at Neberdine.

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