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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 the change the name.
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  • Stores-Other
    • A-1 Baby Crutch
        • Homer's new baby-proofing business makes it tough on other local baby-related business that make money off of baby injuries. (Season 12 episode Bye, Bye Nerdie)
    • All Things Scottish
        • Store where everything's Scottish: "Welcome to All Things Scottish – if it's not Scottish, it's craaaapp!! Can I help ye?" Featuring Mike Myers.
    • American Umbrella Co. New record added 5/28/2021
        • Store in the dustbowl town that Sheldon passes through looking for the images in his prophetic visions. (Season 1 episode All the Devils are Here)
    • Antidote Shop
        • Specifics for every poison, whether animal, vegetable, or mineral. Carry our handy do it yourself survival kit. 23 antidotes in one pocket size container! Quick diagnosis in acute poisoning cases.
    • Arukas
        • At the beginning of Resident Evil 2, the player comes across a store named Arukas. Spelled backwards, it reads Sakura, the name of a character from the Capcom series Street Fighter.
    • Baby Get Well Cards, Inc.
        • Homer's new baby-proofing business makes it tough on other local baby-related business that make money off of baby injuries. (Season 12 episode Bye, Bye Nerdie)
    • Balazar's
        • Bazaar in Haven, seen in Season 4 episode 10 The Trouble with Troubles.
    • Berman's Provision Co.
        • The name on the refrigerated truck outside the restaurant that is used the kidnap Jack. "Serving the Bay Area since the quake"
    • Bethlehem Trading Post
        • Saul buys three bowling balls, which he throws over Howard's fence, damaging his car. (Season 5 episode Namaste)
    • Big Chief Vapor Products
        • Steve tracks down the last remaining stash of the Synchronic drug at Big Chief Vapor Products after bag in the snakebite victim's room at the 9th Street Hotel.
    • Bradford Notions & Novelties Shop
        • Store that the Shop buys to keep an eye on Andy and Charlie while they're hiding out on Tashmore Pond.
    • The Bridgton Antiquary
        • Mrs. Carmody's junk shop that David's wife Steff liked to rummage around in. (story The Mist)
    • The Brushes are Coming the Brushes are Coming
        • Store at Springfield Mall. Mr. Burns and Smithers go to the mall in search of a gift for the Simpsons. Mr. Burns deems this store "Too practical". (Season 2 episode Blood Feud)
    • Bubbles
        • Alison's mother's soap store that she and Donnie use to launder their drug money in Season 3.
    • Buckley's House Of Magic
        • Magic shop ALF order supplies from (Season 3 episode Do You Believe in Magic?)
    • Casey's Creations
        • Beachside store, a reference to Casey Kasem, the original voice actor for Shaggy.
    • Cecilia's Fabrics
        • The fabric store in present day Westview is called Fabric Beyond. Following Wanda's transformation, it is called Cecilia's Fabrics. (Season 1 episode Previously On)
    • The Cheer Up Marty Store
        • Store at the mall that doesn't open until June 1997 (Season 1 episode A Day at the Races and a Night at the Opera)
    • Color Clay Creations
        • Hobby store where Jake meets up with Doug Judy and they paint coffee cups. (Season 7 episode The Takeback)
    • Curios
        • Blind behind which lies J. Arthur Grover's surprisingly modern laboratory where he uses a strange setting liquid to turn Steve Rogers into Captain America.
    • Curious Junque
        • Store where Junior sees his mom in a dream/vision after Julia drops the egg in the lake and most everybody falls asleep in Season 2 episode 1: Heads Will Roll.
    • Denver
        • A store selling stuff with "Denver" on it that Demetri wants to open in the Chicago airport to confuse landing passengers (source: Standup Comedian)
    • Dieco
        • Shop visible in the background when Robin arrives at the Miramount Hotel Abrahama City in the animated zone.
    • Divinev
        • Shop visible in the background when Robin arrives at the Miramount Hotel Abrahama City in the animated zone.
    • Elements Of Happiness
        • Store in Neighborhood 12358W (Season 1 episode Flying, Season 2 episode Everything is Great)
    • Emporium of Exotica
        • Detective Lisa and her sidekick Bart visit the Emporium of Exotica, investigating a clue in the Muttonchops Murderer case - a sword, one of the Seven Swords of Osiris. Alternate reality version of Comic Book Guy's Android's Dungeon. "We have stuff in Jars" (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment Four Beheadings and a Funeral)
    • Fabric Beyond
        • The fabric store in present day Westview is called Fabric Beyond. Following Wanda's transformation, it is called Cecilia's Fabrics. (Season 1 episode Previously On)
    • Freddie Kugel Halloween Noodles
        • Store next door in Season 8 episode The Wolf of Wharf Street. Tribute to A Nightmare on Elm Street.
    • Gilly's Town Line Store
        • Store that Ben mentions to the Rockland Newsie when he calls, telling them to send a photographer to capture him and his hostage.
    • Gina's Authentic Stolen Police Badges
        • How Gina answers her phone, but she's probably kidding (Season 1 episode The Vulture)
    • Handcrafts By Moe
        • Moe's table at the Springfield Swap Meet. He sells oyster shells hand painted to resemble Lucille Ball. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet)
    • Harl
        • Store in the background during the fight between the mole-men and the lava man in Season 1 episode The Tick Vs. The Mole-Men.
    • Healing Hand New Age Store
        • New Age shop in the comics that was a front for a secret HYDRA base - from a scene in St. Charles, Missouri, the town where Ego romances Peter Quill's mother, that ended up on the cutting room floor (Director James Gunn had originally planned to hide several Easter eggs in the form of stores named after a Marvel Comics artist or writer important to Guardians lore, or after something in the Marvel Universe itself).
    • Hemp City
        • Store devastated by a runaway log with Lisa's head on it. "Hemp hemp hooray!" (Season 12 episode Lisa the Tree Hugger)
    • Hezron, Carver Of Graven Images
        • Put out of business when Moses reads the new commandments the Lord handed down. (Season 2 episode Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment)
    • Homework Store
        • Joke the guys make about the way their rental house looks with the fumigation tent. "Instead of, like, making awesome circus tents that kids wanna hide in, they should just write Homework Store on it, or Homework Town. Kids don't wanna go to homework town." (Season 1 episode Office Campout)
    • The Horseradishery
        • Store in the background when Kodos and Kang enslave the residents of Springfield. (Season 3 episode Treehouse of Horror II)
    • House of Evil
        • Shop where Homer buys a cursed talking Krusty doll for Bart for his birthday. "Your one stop evil shop." (Season 4 episode Treehouse of Horror III - segment: Clown Without Pity)
    • Hustler Superstore
        • When the manager of the Native American casino Caesar's Pow-Wow shows Bart a vision of his future, he visits Lisa, now president of the United States, at the White House, which is next door to Drive-Thru Liquors and a Hustler Superstore. (Season 11 episode Bart to the Future)
    • Invisible Things For Kathy
        • Joke Chandler makes when he comes back from looking for a gift for Joey's new girlfriend Kathy and Rachel asks him if he found anything: Yeah, I found this great place called lnvisible Things for Kathy. Can you give me a hand with all this stuff? (Season 4 episode The One With the Dirty Girl)
    • Jarrold's Store
        • Location of a mailbox that Rolf mentions, where he'll drop the recorded tapes that Ben needs to send to the Network.
    • The Jerk Store
        • George's co-worker Reilly zings him during a staff meeting: Hey George, the ocean called. They're running outta shrimp. George come up with the perfect comeback: Oh yeah? Well, the jerk store called. They're running out of you. (Season 8 episode The Comeback)
    • Jurassic Traders
        • Gift store seen on the main theme park walkway during the pterodactyl attack scene.
    • Just Chloroform
        • Homer buys choroform to convince the Who to perform in New Springfield instead of Olde Springfield. (Season 12 episode A Tale of Two Springfields)
    • Kemo Sabe
        • Native American themed store that the gang destroys to enjoy the little things.
    • Left Mart New record added 5/28/2021
        • Ned admits that business at the Leftorium has been pretty slow since that big chain store Left Mart came to town. (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Loved Ones Bereavement Figures
        • A company that manufactures bereavement figures - a physical recreation of the body of a Departed family member or friend, which could be used for burial or cremation.
    • Macrame Hut
        • Sewing supplies store in Springfield, seen in Marge and Homer's flashback sequence. (Season 2 episode The Way We Was)
    • Mannequins Plus
        • Mark tells Rachel he used to sort mannequin heads at Mannequins Plus. (Season 3 episode The One where Chandler Can't Remember Which Sister)
    • McConnell's Tree Farm
        • Christmas tree farm Willie and ALF are looking for when they get lost in the woods (Season 1 episode Oh, Tannerbaum)
    • Miscellaneous, Etc.
        • Store at Springfield Mall. (Season 8 episode The Homer They Fall, Season 10 episode Homer to the Max)
    • Mother's Touch
        • Mariah's daughter's herbal store. (Season 2 episode Straighten It Out)
    • The Nazi People
        • Sheila and Joel go undercover to kill Larry Tragger as Jenny and Charles Darwin of the Nazi memorabilia company called The Nazi People. (Season 3 episode Wuffenloaf)
    • Neon Signs
        • Neon sign store near Dexter Colt's office, the private investigator that Moe recommends to Homer to find out more about Lisa, the guy that Moe uses whenever he's gotta know something about a broad.
    • Not Denver
        • The new name of Demetri's Denver store in the Chicago airport after he adds "Not" to "Denver" after being told he's not in Denver. (source: Standup Comedian)
    • Notions
        • Store at shopping mall. Roz: "I need to go over to Notions and try to find something for Calvin, the security guard." Frasier: Oh, what are you getting him?" Roz: If I knew I wouldn't be going to Notions." (Season 6 episode Merry Christmas, Mrs. Moskowitz)
    • One Armed Bandit Novelty Company
        • In November 1965, Semple concocted a new villain named The One-Armed Bandit, whose peculiar kick is gimmicked coin machines of all sorts. (episode He Meets His Match, The Grisly Ghoul)
    • Origami Designs
        • Store in the mall. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job, Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy, Season 7 episode The Day the Violence Died, Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Oscilloscopes 4-Less
        • Store where Herb bought the oscilloscope he uses to make his baby translator. (Season 3 episode Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?)
    • Pat's Shop
        • Store in the background when Homer and Marge walk down Springfield's dangerous streets. (Season 6 episode The Springfield Connection)
    • Pink Chip Stamp Factory
        • Episode Batman's Satisfaction. Batman and Robin team up with Green Hornet and Kato to stamp out counterfeiting at the Pink Chip Stamps Factory.
    • Plunderer Pete's
        • Store at Springfield Mall. Conversation pieces from around the world. Mr. Burns and Smithers go to the mall in search of a gift for the Simpsons, finding it here - a $32,000 big ugly Olmec Indian head of Xtapalapaquetl, the God of War, carved by Mesoamerican Indians over 3,000 years ago. (Season 2 episode Blood Feud) Seen in the background in various episodes. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Popcorn Plantation
        • Store at the mall that George Sr. suggests is masking Lucille's scent, which is why Buster hasn't smelled her yet. (Season 5 episode Chain Migration)
    • Purdy's Art Store
        • Store in the town of Paradise on the giant worm world. (Season 3 episode Paradise Lost)
    • Purge City
        • Fans got to shop for supplies - and prep for Purge Night - at San Diego Comic-Con. "Your one-stop shop for the perfect Purge night!"
    • Rendon Equipment Sales
        • Season 6 episode 1: Store Glen and a couple other guys have to clear to stop the noise the walkers are making so they don't attract the larger herd that's being led away.
    • Resnick's Store Mannequins
        • Van parked in the mysterious little town of Oakwood with a mannequin sitting in the front passenger seat, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Roy Waddmaker's Bathtub of the Stars
        • Cindy Cleavage: Ohhh! Hi! I'm Cindy Cleavage and right now I'm taking time out from my busy stage, screen and television schedule to luxurate– luxuriate in a nice, hot bath! Oh, it's so soothing and my cares just melt away! And, best of all, this bath won't go down the drain, oh no! This bathwater will be sold by Roy Waddmaker's Bathtub of the Stars! (Dyan Cannon 05/15/76)
    • Schottinger’s Photo Archives New record added 6/10/2021
        • Photograph store where Albert claimed he was looking for stills of early Bob Dylan, though he was actually plating photos of himself. Also where he encountered the tall African guy for the first time.
    • The Shit Store
        • Joke in Morty's rant to summer: "Well, then get your shit together! Get it all together and put it in a backpack. All your shit, so it's together. And if you gotta take it somewhere, take it somewhere, you know? Take it to the shit store and sell it or put it in a shit museum. I don't care what you do! You just gotta get it together. Get your shit together." (Season 2 episode 7 Big Trouble In Little Sanchez)
    • Stoner's Pot Palace
        • Home furnishing store in Springfield Mall that the Simpson family visits when Marge decides to throw a dinner party. (Season 8 episode A Milhouse Divided)
    • Sweet Home Alabama
        • Store at Springfield Mall. "The store with things from Alabama." Mr. Burns and Smithers go to the mall in search of a gift for the Simpsons. Mr. Burns deems this store "Too cornball". (Season 2 episode Blood Feud)
    • The Leftorium
        • Ned Flanders' left-handed store at Springfield mall.
        • Ned Flanders says toodle-oo to the pharmaceutical game, and opens his own store at the Springfield Mall, which he calls, "a one stop store for southpaws". Homer calls it Flanders' Stupid Left-handed Shop. (Season 3 episode When Flanders Failed)
        • Ned works at his store. (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy)
        • The citizens of Springfield take out their anger on Ned's store. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)
        • While working at his store, Ned meets movie star Sara Sloane, (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
        • Ned admits that business at the Leftorium has been pretty slow since that big chain store Left Mart came to town. (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • The Tam O'Shanter Connection
        • Store at Springfield Mall. Mr. Burns and Smithers go to the mall in search of a gift for the Simpsons. Mr. Burns deems this store "Too cutesy-poo". (Season 2 episode Blood Feud) Background. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • The Things Dudes Shouldn't Expect From Other Dudes Store
        • Joke Charlie makes when Sean asks about his birthday gift. Charlie: "It's still on layaway at the Things Dudes Shouldn't Expect from Other Dudes store." (Episode Charlie Catches Jordan in the Act)
    • Ti-Botanical
        • One of the Lily Jones Kiera and Carlos track down works at a store called Ti-Botanical in Season 1 episode 5 Waste of Time.
    • Torque's Wheel Shop
        • Wolf's store in the new future. (Season 2 episode A Wolf in the Torque)
    • TypTopTykes
        • The Snoog is a Scandinavian stroller, Amy's dream stroller, available at TypTopTykes. It has the versatility of Sporjule, the safety rating of a Fajerb and an even smoother ride than the Kinderbuscht. (Season 7 episode Ransom)
    • Union Jack Collectibles
        • The British-themed store where Charlie goes looking for a candle shaped like Winston Churchill after he gets blackmailed by Dr. Randy. (Episode Charlie and the Warden's Dirty Secret)
    • Unismell
        • Shop visible in the background when Robin arrives at the Miramount Hotel Abrahama City in the animated zone.
    • Vercci
        • Vercci was an Italian weapons merchant that met a grisly end seeking out the legendary weapon Soul Edge. -from the Soulblade instruction booklet.
    • Vinny's Place
        • Artisan shop that Bob visits in the Quinlan town of Forest Hill looking for a way to keep Bender safe in the water, referred there by Carmine at the House of Setting Sun funeral home. (Heaven's River)
    • Vitamin Barn
        • Bart sends Homer and Marge a postcard with a picture of Vitamin Barn that's supposed to be from cam, but he's actually hiding out at Springfield Mall with Milhouse. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Wang, Yrxle!yt, Bunglestiff, Cwmlad And Patel. Estblshd Various. PURVEYORS
        • A wandering shop from The Light Fantastic - mysterious shop from which people buy magical items, only to return when there turns out to be a problem, and find the shop is vanished.
    • Waylon's Pacific Treasures
        • Gift store at Pacific Playland where Tallahassee fights off a slew of zombies.
    • Wicked Excess
        • Store at Springfield Mall. Mr. Burns and Smithers go to the mall in search of a gift for the Simpsons. Mr. Burns deems this store unacceptable, saying "A pool table? Are you mad? I'm not going to turn his home into a saloon." (Season 2 episode Blood Feud)
    • Xmas Trees
        • After blowing most of their money on a talking astrolabe at the Things Unnecessary store at the Springfield Heights Promenade, the Simpsons resort to buying a cheap Christmas tree in a bad neighborhood. (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
    • Yarn Barn
        • It turns out that Captain Holt's friend Dillman is no longer a detective, and is now working at a hobby shop in Albany. (Season 7 episode Dillman)
    • Ye Olde Candlemaker Shoppe
        • Candle shop, one of the several jobs in a string of jobs that Homer gets after leaving the Fun Center, before finally being hired at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. (Season 3 episode I Married Marge)
    • Yiddle's Jokes
        • Magic shop on the lower east side of Springfield, from Krusty's childhood flashback story. Practical jokes, magic tricks and medical supplies. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Yonada
        • Reference to a 10,000-year-old asteroid-ship from Star Trek The Original Series. Mentioned in the end credits... SPECIAL THANKS: Queen Starsha of Iscandar Seldon Institute of Psychohistory Xavier's Institute of Gifted Youngsters Karova Milk Bar, Yonada (the store, not the asteroid) WWII Hero Pug Henry.

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