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  • Shopping Centers
    • Alpine Plaza
        • Fictional shopping center in Denver where morning TV talk show Good Day Denver reporter interviews the Invest Twins, incorrectly called the Incest Twins at a Barnes and Noble (2018 episode with host Liev Schreiber)
    • Apple Blossom
        • Shopping mall with the biggest toy store Will has ever seen. (Shopping List)
    • The Bajoran Exchange
        • Sparsely populated M Class planet. Book sends Michael a message from Hunhau that while on his way to the Bajoran Exchange, he heard about the black box that she's looking for. (Season 3 episode Scavengers)
    • Barnacle Bay Marina
        • New record added 5/10/2022
        • Strip of stores - now closed - on the island in Barnacle Bay. (Season 18 episode The Wife Aquatic)
    • The Clamp Chinatown Centre
        • Shopping center that Clamp wants to build in Chinatown after buying Mr. Wing's Curiosities shop. "Where business gets oriented."
    • Clamp Premier Regency Trade Centre & Retail Concourse
        • Most advanced smart building in the world, home of Clamp Enterprises, CNN (the Clamp Cable Network) and more.
    • Evercreek Plaza
        • Shopping center, where Margot made multiple ATM deposits.
    • Five Corners Mall
        • After Lisa wishes for World Peace, the Pentagon becomes a shopping mall. (Season 3 episode Treehouse of Horror II)
    • Fortune Megastore
        • Gigantic department store that opens in Springfield, the grand opening of the 112th store, owned by a moveable billionaire. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Galaxy Pines Mall
        • Local shopping mall where horror movie Cinderhella 2 is opening.
    • Garden Valley Shopping Mall
        • Shopping mall where Jerry and George get arrested for urination. (Season 9 episode The Finale)
    • Glendale Place
        • Local shopping mall - filmed at Cottonwool Mall in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
    • Gretchen-Darth Mall
        • Local shopping mall.
        • Korvo and Terry give gifts to local residents to make them like them in front of the mall. (Season 1 episode The Unstable Grey Hole)
        • Featuring an appearance by the TV show character Funbucket, and Rungo the Clown. (Season 1 episode The Matter Transfer Array)
    • Gwon-Jaya River Market
        • Foreign market that J. Peterman mentions to George, where he discovered the Pamplona Beret. (Season 7 episode The Secret Code)
    • The Hammock Complex
        • Shopping center full of hammock stores, located in the Cypress Creek Hammock District. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • Harborlight Mall
        • "And we'd do it again, 'cause, news flash, Sy, I don't want to run your hospital, 'cause as a surgeon, I make sick money, and you live in a condo at the Harborlight Mall." (Season 4 episode 4 Free Day)
    • Heavenly Hills Mall
        • New mega mall with an air conditioner more powerful than a million hydrogen bombs. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Skeptic)
    • Laurelwood Shopping Center
        • Home of Milk-N-Mart, Bishop's Pawn Shop and Liberty Boxing Gym.
    • Lone Pine Mall
        • Twin Pines Mall is the name of the shopping mall where Doc tests out his time machine. When Marty returns from 1955 to 1985, the mall can be seen to have changed its name to Lone Pine Mall, as upon arriving in 1955 and crashing into Old Man Peabody's barn at Twin Pines Ranch, named for Peabody's two prized baby pine trees. Marty was shot at by Peabody, forcing Marty to flee in the DeLorean, and accidentally run over and destroy one of the twin pines.
        • Twin Pines Mall is the name of the shopping mall where Doc tests out his time machine. When Marty returns from 1955 to 1985, the mall can be seen to have changed its name to Lone Pine Mall, as upon arriving in 1955 and crashing into Old Man Peabody's barn at Twin Pines Ranch, named for Peabody's two prized baby pine trees. Marty was shot at by Peabody, forcing Marty to flee in the DeLorean, and accidentally run over and destroy one of the twin pines.
        • There's a protest sign that says "Say yes to Lone Pine Mall construction", referencing to Back to the Future, also directed by Robert Zemeckis.
    • MainPlace Department Store
        • Location of where Gregory Stark makes his seventh blackmail payment.
    • The Marketplace
        • Shopping center in The District that connects to the Concourse. (Epilogue)
    • Meadow Hills Galleria
        • Where Dudley says he got his Apple logo tattoo.
    • The Mercantile
        • After crash landing on the planet Hima, Book takes Michael Burnham to the Mercantile, a marketplace in the city Requiem, where she hopes to be able to contact Discovery. (Season 3 episode That Hope Is You, Part 1)
    • Merpal's Mall
        • Shopping mall (Season 3 episode The Rickchurian Candidate) Shopping mall where Beth and Summer eat lunch in the food court. (Season 4 episode The Old Man and the Seat)
    • Middlesex Pavilion Mall
        • New record added 4/30/2022
        • Location of candlelight vigil for celebrity author and motivational speaker Jim Cunningham. (Donnie Darko promotional website)
    • Must Go Shopping Plaza
        • Tick and Arthur take on Dinosaur Neil in the parking lot. Also mentioned in The Tick Loves Santa and appears in Tick vs. Dot and Neil's Wedding.
    • Nirvana: The Plaza at Eagleton
        • Shopping center, stop on Tom and Donna's day of treating themselves. (Season 4 episode Pawnee Rangers)
    • Ogdenville Outlet Mall
        • After Abe breaks their TV, the Simpsons drive to Appliance Zone at the Ogdenville Outlet Mall in Ogdenville. (Season 7 episode Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield)
    • Paradise Pier
        • The Simpsons visit Paradise Pier, which Marge has wanted to visit since she was a little girl. "Paradise Pier closing. Coming soon" Condos for Rich Idiots" (Season 17 episode Marge's Son Poisoning)
    • Park Plaza Mall
        • Movie Tagline: At Park Plaza Mall the security force isn't just tight, it's terrifying!
    • Sacred Marketplace
        • Also known as the Great Marketplace, location on the planet Ferenginar.
        • Brunt: If this were Ferenginar, I'd have you all taken to the spire of the Tower of Commerce, displayed to the crowds in the Great Marketplace below, and then shoved off one by one. Small children would bet on where you would land, and your splattered remains would be sold as feed mulch for gree worms. (Season 4 Bar Association)
        • 2/25/2021 Poppycock Quark and Rom discuss the Sacred Marketplace and the Tower of Commerce. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
        • Quark pours Rom a snail juice when he returns from a two week trip to Ferenginar, where he made a pilgrimage to the Great Marketplace. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Shelbyville Merchandise Mile
        • The Simpsons visit a fancy shopping center in Shelbyville. "Our street performers won't bother you anymore" (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Sky High Plaza
        • Giant shopping mall in the sky on the Christmas shopping world. (Season 3 episode Season's Greetings)
    • Somali Community and Business Center
        • Abdi's shopping center, still under construction. "Coming to Jerusalem's Lot in 2020." (Season 2 episode Let the River Run)
    • The Somali Mall of Jerusalem's Lot
        • Pop's Solami shopping center in Jerusalem's Lot. (Season 2 episode Let the River Run)
    • South Street Squidport
        • An upscale shopping promenade in Springfield with authentic maritime theming, from various episodes.
        • First appearance. (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter)
        • Homer and Bart become grifters. (Season 12 episode The Great Money Caper)
        • Homer and Marge visit the Springfield Squidport food court. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
        • Bart's boy band performs on an aircraft carrier. (Season 12 episode New Kids on the Blecch)
        • Ned and Sara Sloane visit the Springfield Squidport on their date. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Springfield Glacier Outlet Mall
        • Shopping mall on the way to Springfield Glacier. (Season 16 episode On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister)
    • The Springfield Heights Promenade
        • The Simpsons go shopping at the rich people's mall in Springfield. "Our prices discriminate because we can't" (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
    • Springfield Mall
        • Local shopping center from numerous episodes.
        • Lisa competes on Krusty's singing competition Li'l Starmaker. "Not affiliated with American Idol, we've never even heard of American Idol." Auditions held at Springfield Mall. "Warning: We're looking for cute not creepy" Homer writes songs for Lisa until she fires him, and he takes on another contestant named Cameron, also known as Johnny Rainbow. The competition takes place at Krustylu Studios. Lisa writes her own song called Always My Dad, so powerful that she makes the Applause-O-Meter cry battery acid. Homer sabotages Cameron by writing the song Privileged Boy. (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
        • Homer buys Lisa a birthday present. "Now Disney Store Free”
        • Marge and Bart buy a new Krusty the Clown tea pot. "Restrooms no longer at end of weird hallway!" (Season 17 episode Marge's Son Poisoning)
        • Marge and the kids shop for Father's Day presents. "Your Father's Day Headquarters. Ask about our step-dad discounts” (Season 17 episode See Homer Run)
        • Lisa finds a "Have a Shrek-tactic Father's Day" T-Shirt at the mall that doesn't quite sum up how she feels about her father, so she makes a gift of her own, which Homer accidentally destroys. (Season 17 episode See Homer Run)
    • Springfield Swap Meet
        • Local flea market in Springfield. According to Mayor Quimby, the only thing you can't buy here is dignity. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet)
    • Spruce Mall
        • Mall in South Portland where Red worked at the FoodWay market (Story: Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption)
    • Starcourt Mall
        • Mall where Mike and his friends sneak into the movie theater to watch Day of the Dead. (Season 3 episode Suzie, Do You Copy?) The mall set was built inside Gwinnett Place Mall, a dying shopping mall in metro Atlanta.
    • Twin Pines Mall
        • Shopping mall in Hill Valley. Twin Pines Mall is the name of the shopping mall where Doc tests out his time machine. When Marty returns from 1955 to 1985, the mall can be seen to have changed its name to Lone Pine Mall, as upon arriving in 1955 and crashing into Old Man Peabody's barn at Twin Pines Ranch, named for Peabody's two prized baby pine trees. Marty was shot at by Peabody, forcing Marty to flee in the DeLorean, and accidentally run over and destroy one of the twin pines.
        • Shopping mall in Hill Valley. Twin Pines Mall is the name of the shopping mall where Doc tests out his time machine. When Marty returns from 1955 to 1985, the mall can be seen to have changed its name to Lone Pine Mall, as upon arriving in 1955 and crashing into Old Man Peabody's barn at Twin Pines Ranch, named for Peabody's two prized baby pine trees. Marty was shot at by Peabody, forcing Marty to flee in the DeLorean, and accidentally run over and destroy one of the twin pines.
    • Valley Plaza Shopping Center
        • Chapter 41. Shopping center Tender Branson mentions when talking about how feels when walking around in his church clothes in public, standing out, being everyone's savior.
    • Westfield Mall
        • After defeating the Boneheasds, Sam is told to change clothes, putting on a The Rollin' Roars bowling team jacket, and sent to the Video Beast video rental store in the Westfield Mall across the street for the exchange.
    • Westvale Mall
        • Shopping mall where Eric Bowen buys gifts for his family on his way home from the hardware store.
        • The gang passes an old sign on their way to look for electronics parts to repair the perimeter system. (Season 5)
    • Zócalo
        • The central marketplace on the station.
        • Adira tells Trakis that she'll meet him on the Zócalo, near the Galactic Boutique - but she doesn't show. (Season 1 episode Born to the Purple)

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