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  • TV Shows
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Platypus Man
        • TV show that was canceled, Homer blames Springfield Shopper TV critic Garth Trelawney. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • 230-something
        • Theoretical TV show ALF thinks he could star in if he went public: "I might even get my own tv show, A poignant drama about my generation." (Season 2 episode We are Family)
    • Abed's Happy Community College Show
        • Abed's happier version of his life from season 4 episode 1.
    • The Adventures of Sassie
        • Dino has a shot at TV stardom opposite the actress of his dreams in The Adventures of Sassie. (episode Dino Goes Hollyrock)
    • The Adventures Of The Tanner Family
        • TV show that the folks trapped on Gilligan's Island watch (Season 2 episode Somewhere Over the Rerun Heaven?)
    • After Mannix
        • Spin-off TV show that Troy McClure mentions: "Hi, I'm Troy McCLure. You may remember me from such TV spin-offs as Son of Sanford and Son, and After Mannix."(Season 8 episode Simpsons' Spin-Off Showcase)
    • Agatha All Along
        • Whose been messing up everything? Whose been pulling every evil string? It's been Agatha all along! (Season 1 episode Breaking the Fourth Wall)
    • ALF Mobisodes
        • Quick 30 second (17 seconds without commercials) ALF video webisodes available online, consisting of recycled footage from ALF's TV show ALF is selling on the Season 4 DVD menus.
    • ALF-catraz
        • Joke ALF makes about being trapped in the Tanner house (Season 2 episode We are Family)
    • And As It Is Such, So Also As Such Is It Unto You
        • Father Marsala's TV show on the religious TV station The Miracle Network (Season 4) GOB seeks help in the form of gay conversion therapy. (Season 5 Unexpected Company)
    • Arya New record added 7/9/2021
        • Following the last season of Game of Thrones, HBO launches a series of "prequels, sequels and spinoffs, including Arya, parody of late-1990s MTV animated comedy Daria. (Host Kit Harington April 6, 2019 New HBO Shows)
    • Ass
        • TV show that Rick watches with Summer. It's like Bones, but they solve ass crimes. (Season 4 episode Claw and Hoarder: Special Ricktim's Morty)
    • Assignment: Earth
        • In our reality, the last episode of the 2nd season of the Original Star Trek series was called, "Assignment: Earth", and was intended to be a backdoor pilot for a new television series. But alas, it was never picked up by the network. In an alternate reality, Star Trek was canceled after the second season, and Assignment: Earth actually ran for 6-7 seasons, becoming even more popular than Star Trek ever was. There were even theatrical movies, including Assignment: Earth 2: The Wrath of Khan.
    • Austin, Houston P.I.
        • Antonio's favorite TV show (Season 7 episode Honey, We Broke the Kid)
    • B Minus Time Traveler
        • Science fiction TV show featuring a girl that didn't really paying attention during history class fumbling her way through various famous events in history. (episode 4 On Melrose Avenue)
    • Badge Patrol
        • Original concept for what eventually evolved into Police Cops started off as a show about high tech badges that shoot laser beams. (Season 10 episode Homer to the Max)
    • The Bathroom Plea Deal Boys
        • Netflix series, show coming up next after the show The Guilty Guys. (Season 5 episode Saving for Arraignment Day)
    • Beat The Loan Shark
        • TV show on UHF's Fall Schedule.
    • Beverly Hills 90666
        • Parody of Beverly Hills 90210. From HVTV Fall lineup (shown during the end credits).
    • Beverly Mutineers
        • On list of last night's top rated shows the night after Steve tracked Raffle's viewing habits. Play on Beverly Hillbillies no doubt.
    • Big City Secrets
        • Episode All the World is a Stage. After his parents has found out that he's not attending courses but workingas a 'singing waiter' Mike again clashes with his parents.
    • The Big Ear Family
        • TV show, skit on Tuesday Night Live, with host Krusty the Clown. (Season 4 episode Brother from the Same Planet)
    • Bikini Coroner
        • TV show featuring America's sexiest foresnsic expert from the New Fall TV Season sketch (Steve Martin's All Commercials TV special) "All right here where we know what you want to see and we can get it for you and we'll get it and you can look at it."
    • Bin Laden in a Blender
        • Animated web series created by BetterThanTV.com, the internet start-up that buys Bart's Angry Dad comic. (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
    • Bloodlines Of Conquest
        • HBO original series (Community version of Game of Thrones), mentioned in season 5 episode 6. Apparently, they really get the incest right.
    • Bounty Law
        • Former television actor Rick Dalton starred in a TV series called Bounty Law from 1958 to 1963, inspired by the real life TV show Wanted: Dead or Alive, starring Steve McQueen.
    • Buck Henderson, Union Buster
        • I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from such TV series as Buck Henderson, Union Buster and Troy and Company's Summertime Smile Factory. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Buddha Knows Best
        • TV show on UHF's Fall Schedule.
    • Buster Friendly and his Friendly Friends
        • "Turn off Buster Friendly and his Friendly Friends? Tum off Amanda Werner and Oscar Scruggs? It's time to hear Buster's big sensational exposé, which is finally almost arrived." She stooped to read the dial of her watch by the radio's light. "Very soon now. Did you already know about it? He's been talking about it, building up to it, for — "
    • Captain Cook
        • New TV show from Season 5 episode 13 Basic Sandwich, part of NBC's new Thursday night fix. Coming this summer - or fall - or possibly next winter (depends on what fails)
    • Castle Black New record added 7/9/2021
        • Following the last season of Game of Thrones, HBO launches a series of "prequels, sequels and spinoffs, including Castle Black, a sexy, moody drama about forbidden love. (Host Kit Harington April 6, 2019 New HBO Shows)
    • Cersei and the City New record added 7/9/2021
        • Following the last season of Game of Thrones, HBO launches a series of "prequels, sequels and spinoffs, including Cersei and the City, parody of Sex and the City. (Host Kit Harington April 6, 2019 New HBO Shows)
    • Chambers And Gold
        • TV show in development that's essentially Cagney & Lacey, but with a black girl and a Jew. (Season 1 episode The Liberal Chokehold)
    • Chief Wiggum, P.I.
        • The Simpsons spin-off TV show, a gritty crime drama starring Chief Wiggum and Principal Skimmer as a private investigator team in New Orleans. (Season 8 episode Simpsons' Spin-Off Showcase)
    • Childrens Hospital: Canada
        • Spin-off series that takes place at a children's hospital in Canada (Season 2 episode 6 The End of the Middle)
    • Childrens Hospital: Hawaii
        • Spin-off series that takes place at a children's hospital in Hawaii (Season 2 episode 6 The End of the Middle)
    • Childrens Hospital: India
        • Spin-off series that takes place at a children's hospital in India (Season 2 episode 6 The End of the Middle)
    • Childrens Hospital: Los Angeles
        • Spin-off series that takes place at a children's hospital in Los Angeles (Season 2 episode 6 The End of the Middle)
    • Childrens Hospital: The Movie
        • Potential movie version of the Childrens Hospital TV show, mentioned in Season 6 episode 7.
    • Chilling Adventures of Sabrina New record added 7/5/2021
        • New show on Netflix. "And we got reboots. Like our dark take on Sabrina, then you’ll love our gritty Family Matters reboot." (Season 44 episode 7 Host Claire Foy January 19, 2019 - Netflix Commercial)
        • Narrator: "This holiday season give the gift of NETFLIX and enjoy streaming shows like Stranger Things, The Crown, and Making a Murder. And in 2019 we’ll have even more programming to choose from because we’ve gone crazy!"
    • CHoPS
        • California Helicopter Patrol - Parody of CHiPS - Blade Ranger's old TV show. Starring Blazin' Blade Ranger and Nick Loopin' Lopez. 139 episodes of law breakin' love.
    • Citizen Starlight
        • New TV show featuring superhero Starlight. (Season 1 episode The Innocents) "Go ahead - Make her day" (Season 2 episode The Big Ride)
    • The Community College Chronicles
        • Abed's TV show that predicts the future in episode Debate 109.
    • Conan the Librarian
        • TV show on UHF's Fall Schedule.
    • Coronary Country
        • Medical program Jerry called George to tell him not to watch, but he watched it anyway, and convinced himself that he was having a heart attack. (Season 2 episode The Heart Attack)
    • Cougarton Abby
        • Original British sitcom that inspired Cougar Town (episode Biology 101)
    • CSI: Milton
        • Joke Jerry's cat Mr. Whiskers makes when he tells Jerry to go back for Fiona's body.
    • The Cyborganizer
        • TV show that Homer watches about a high tech robo-cop created for one purpose only - to help the NYPD tackle its tedious paperwork, although the show is quickly retooled by the network into a sitcom. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Dark Side Seekers
        • A supernatural investigative TV show that comes to Haven to investigate a murder in Season 4 episode 11 Shot in the Dark. One of the guys - Seth - shows up again in a few other episodes, including Season 5 episode 8 Exposure when Dwight calls him to help find Nathan after he disappears to the ghost world, Season 5 episode 17 Enter Sandman and Season 5 episode 8 Wild Card.
    • David Dukes Of Hazard
        • Parody of The Dukes of Hazzard. From HVTV Fall lineup (shown during the end credits).
    • The Days And Nights Of Molly Polka
        • New TV show the president of NBC orders after Polka Jamboree hits #1 in the ratings thanks to ALF (Season 2 episode Prime Time)
    • Death Hi!
        • The Japanese Anime series behind Bobbie's cosplay (Season 1 episode 5 Baby Boom)
    • Death Trek: The Next Generation
        • Parody of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
    • Deep Powder
        • Sexy new nighttime drama set in a mountain resort that Joey auditions for. "Baywatch on skis". (Season 1 episode Joey and the Big Audition)
    • The Defiant Ones
        • TV show Hollywood agent Michael Pheret proposes, starring Alex Karras and Emmanuel Lewis (Episode Garry Shandling)
    • Deirdre And Margaret
        • British TV show Tahani makes Fake Eleanor watch with her (Season 1 episode 10 Chidi's Choice)
    • Different Strokes
        • Parody of Diff'rent Strokes. Watch old guys having actual strokes.
    • Do Shut Up
        • The most delicious British sitcom that Bart catches Homer watching on PBS. (Season 11 episode Missionary: Impossible)
    • Doctor Cop Lawyer
        • New TV show Jack's agency suggests for him (Season 2 episode 1 What Goes Up…)
    • Dr. Gene Scott
        • TV show on K-DTV, hosted by a nut-job televangelist.
    • Dr. Kincaid, Esquire
        • Hit TV show created by Howard L. Zuckerman. (Season 3 episode Exposé)
    • Dragnet: The Next Generation
        • The sliders find a copy of San Francisco View next to the TV in the Dominion Hotel, a local stand-in for TV Guide, featuring the cast of Dragnet: The Next Generation on the cover, two young police wearing kilts. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • A Dream Of Gladiolas
        • Written by Rhonda Kizowski. One of the nominees for Best Writing of a Movie or Miniseries at the National Cable Ace Awards where Diane wins an award. (Season 11 episode 26 One for the Road)
    • The Dreck Squad
        • TV show that Homer mentions when naming the Simpson family's favorite TV shows. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Druids On Parade
        • TV show on UHF's Fall Schedule.
    • Dumbin' It Down
        • TV show that Marge mentions when naming the Simpson family's favorite TV shows. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Easy Marks
        • Con man show Merc is developing in episode 3 that would be perfect for John Stamos.
    • Eat My Dick
        • Joke Mother's Milk makes when Hughie asks him what he's watching: A show called Eat My Dick.
    • Edward the Penitent
        • TV show mentioned by announcer on public television telethon: Without your support, public television can't afford to bring you such award-winning shows as Edward the Penitent. (Season 5 episode Marge on the Lam)
    • Emergency Room Cheerleaders
        • TV show from the New Fall TV Season sketch (Steve Martin's All Commercials TV special) "All right here where we know what you want to see and we can get it for you and we'll get it and you can look at it."
    • English For Cabdrivers
        • Low rated early morning cable TV show Jay takes over after he gets fired from his show (Season 1 episode Eye on the Prize)
    • Eric In Charge
        • New name for Charles in Charge after baby Eric replaces him (Season 4 episode Make ‘Em Laugh)
    • Ethnic Mismatch Comedy #644
        • Canceled sitcom that Marge was just starting to enjoy, featuring the main character's catchphrase, "Shut uppa your mouth!" (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
    • Everybody Loves HypnoToad
        • Hypnotoad's television show that consists of a stationary camera filming the Hypnotoad and his noise continuously.
    • Everyone Is Getting Richer Except You
        • Advertised on screen outside Qohen's home. 8pm on DuMBC.
    • Exposé
        • Hit TV show follows the story of Crystal and Autumn, two strippers who solve crimes with their club owner, Mr. LaShade. Created by Howard L. Zuckerman. (Season 3 episode Exposé) TV show Hurley's father watches. (Season 4 episode The Lie)
    • Facts Of Life Support
        • Parody of Facts of Life. From HVTV Fall lineup (shown during the end credits).
    • Fez's Angels
        • Episode Kiss of Death. Charlies Angel's with Fez instead of Charlie and the girls of That 70's Show as the angels.
    • Fielding And The Mouse
        • TV show on K-DTV, from various episodes. Weekday mornings at 6am.
    • Forensic Files
        • TV show Shirley asks her husband to record for her in episode Pillows and Blankets.
    • Fox Force Five
        • Mia's TV pilot. Mia: "Fox, as in we're a bunch of foxy chicks. Force, as in we're a force to be reckoned with. Five, as in there's one..two ...three..four..five of us."
    • Frank Sidebottom's Fantastic Shed Show
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    • Fresh Prince Of Darkness
        • Parody of Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. From HVTV Fall lineup (shown during the end credits).
    • The Fresh Princess of Bel Air
        • Rembrandt peruses a TV guide like magazine called Bay Area TV Listings on the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population, calling out TV program names such as Sisters: The Outlaw Years, Hanging with Mrs. Cooper and The Fresh Princess of Bel Air. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
    • The Frogmouth
        • Wilma and Betty win a slogan contest, leading to a trip to Hollyrock and (indirectly) to a new TV show called The Frogmouth. (episode Hollyrock, Here I Come)
    • Fugitives From Justice
        • Brian watches a crime TV show called Fugitives From Justice hosted by Maury Povich that profiles a serial killer called The Culinary Killer, a woman that kills her boarders and looks like Faye in Season 2 episode Murder She Roast.
    • Funny Songs
        • TV show where a comedian sings about people in the audience before having them killed (Season 2 episode 8 Interdimensional Cable 2: Tempting Fate)
    • Galaxy Quest
        • Science fiction TV show similar to Star Trek that was canceled prematurely in the early 1980s.
    • Game of Thrones: Special Victims Unit New record added 7/9/2021
        • Following the last season of Game of Thrones, HBO launches a series of "prequels, sequels and spinoffs, including in which real-life Law & Order: Special Victims Unit stars Mariska Hargitay and Ice-T take on a case at Rhaenys’ Hill, during which some sick son of a bitch cut his thing off, fed it to his dog, gouged the man’s eyes out, fed him his own eyes, wore his skin to an orgy, and got busy in the holes where his eyes used to be. (Host Kit Harington April 6, 2019 New HBO Shows)
    • The Gator Baiter
        • Nature show that Bart watches, parody of Steve Irwin. (Season 15 episode Marge Versus Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays)
    • Glimmer
        • Science fiction TV show featuring the character Captain Armstrong. (episode Second Skin)
        • There’s a Glimmer TV show poster on a dorm room wall at Lions Gate University. (episode A Minute Changes Everything)
    • The Golden Ghouls
        • Parody of Golden Girls. From HVTV Fall lineup (shown during the end credits).
    • Good As Gold
        • Sam's pitch to the network to bring Cherry back to GLOW by changing the Chambers and Gold TV show. Sam: "Make it about a police detective whose partner gets brutally murdered in the first scene. Yeah, she has to continue on, and she pledges to avenge her partner's death. Call it something like Good as Gold." (Season 2 episode Concerned Women of America)
    • Good Cop, Tiny Cop
        • New TV show inspired by President Trump's characterization of the bad cops problem, which is apparently very tiny. "You have the right to remain adorable!" (06/17/2020)
    • Good Heavens
        • Marge makes the children watch TV show Good Heavens on PAX-TV, a show about the everyday problems of angels. (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
    • The Great Gustave
        • UBC's newest hit starring Blake Brophy. TV show that bombs the night Steve slips Wilbanks the note about his Abraham Lincoln TV show idea.
    • The Grungies (TV Show)
        • 
The Monkees mashed up with the Seattle grunge music scene (Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Soundgarden). Brought to you by Grady's Oats. (Episode Rob Morrow)
    • The Guilty Guys (TV Show)
        • A Netflix project, though originally intended to show a single case over the span of a season, was abandoned early on as not being binge-worthy. The show was canceled before the end of the main title. (Season 5 episode Saving for Arraignment Day)
    • Gulden Girls
        • TV show on channel 26 AIM, from TV Watch, the TV guide style channel shown briefly between the songs Daddy and Let's Bash. (The Unauthorized Bash Brothers experience)
    • Gunfight at the Pretty Good Corral (TV series)
        • TV series based on the movie of the same name starring former Hollywood actor turned Mayor of Marlowe Kyle X. Applegate.
    • The Guy From Jeff's Gym
        • From season 6, episode 9. My name is Ryan Ridley. Three years ago my life was saved by a stranger at my gym. Apparently, he agreed. Now he has me do things and I just keep hoping and praying that one day I'll do enough for him to call us even. Until then, I'm just a guy from his gym. Starring Ryan Ridley and Jeff Winger as "Him".
    • Handsome And Stinky: Paper Brothers For Hire
        • Joke Dwight makes about previous sales calls he and Jim have made pretending to be brothers: "I hope you've been paying your wig storage bills, Jimbo, 'cause it's time for another episode of 'Handsome and Stinky: Paper Brothers for Hire'." (Season 9 episode Suit Warehouse)
    • Hanging with Mrs. Cooper
        • Rembrandt peruses a TV guide like magazine called Bay Area TV Listings on the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population, calling out TV program names such as Sisters: The Outlaw Years, Hanging with Mrs. Cooper and The Fresh Princess of Bel Air. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
    • The Happy Housewife Show
        • Wilma lands a job as star of The Happy Housewife Show, which leaves Fred feeling like "The Neglected Husband". (episode The Happy Household)
    • Hard Drive & Wing Man
        • Fake TV show starring Jeff and the creator of the VirtuGood virtual reality system from season 6 episode 2.
    • The Harry Harringtons
        • "UBC's hilarious new show" - Raffles doesn't approve, but network heads disagree with Steve so Steve switches the film reels so the network shows Devil Dan instead.
    • The Heart Held Hostage
        • Written by Diane Chambers. What became of her old novel that she couldn't get published and eventually turned into a screenplay after her agent talked her into trimming a couple thousand pages. Winner for the Best Writing of a Movie or Miniseries at the National Cable Ace Awards (Season 11 episode 26 One for the Road)
    • Heat Vision And Jack
        • TV show where actor Jeff Portnoy got his start, about a maverick genius astronaut whose best friend was a talking motorcycle.
    • The Heavy Pen
        • Kevin broke his writer's block with the rousing, Heavy Pen...a story that chronicles the stuggle. "Ooh, write what you know...write what you know....."
    • Hello Neighbor
        • Parody of Home Improvement - a really lame sitcom featuring Galaxy Quest actor Jason Nesmith as a neighbor, who was never shown from the neck down. (From the "Galaxy Quest 20th Anniversary: The Journey Continues" mockumentary)
    • Herbal Remedies Hour Of Power
        • TV show on ARN that Trish mentions during her style show. (Season 3 episode AKA I Have No Spleen)
    • Herschel Krustofsky's Clown-Related Entertainment Show
        • When the IRS busts Krusty, he's forced to change the name of his TV show. (Season 7 episode Bart the Fink)
    • High Spy
        • On list of top rated shows on the note Steve has Wilbanks' driver slip to the head of the network. Play on I-Spy no doubt.
    • Hindsight
        • Michael to his son George Michael: "What the hell's going on with you lately? I wanted to watch Hindsight and you weren't there. I want to pack up and desert the family, and you don't want to." (Season 1)
    • The Holy Avenger (TV show)
        • TV show on AJN, The All Jesus Network.
    • Horsin' Around
        • Sitcom that premiered on ABC in 1987. A young bachelor horse is forced to reevaluate his priorities when he agrees to raise three human children. initially dismissed by critics as broad and saccharine and not good.
    • I Love Lucifer
        • Parody of I Love Lucy. From HVTV Fall lineup (shown during the end credits).
    • I Love Ruthie
        • On list of top rated shows on the note Steve has Wilbanks' driver slip to the head of the network. Play on I Love Lucy no doubt.
    • Il Pendolo
        • Italian TV detective series that uses a section of Gianniccolo's last film Gibigiane for it's title sequence. (from Original Soundtracks 1, U2's side project under the pseudonym Passengers. The album is supposedly a collection of songs written for movies, but most of the movies listed in the liner notes are not actual movies.)
    • In Your Face New York With Tony And Sofia
        • Another TV show on same network as Jay's show (Season 1 episode Every Doris Has Her Day)
    • Infamy
        • TV show mentioned at the neighborhood gathering in Fort Falls, Wisconsin (Season 3 episode Isn't that a Paradox?)
    • Inspector Spacetime
        • Abed's favorite science fiction TV show - tribute to Dr. Who. First seen in episode: Biology 101.
    • Intensive Karen
        • New TV show from Season 5 episode 13 Basic Sandwich, part of NBC's new Thursday night fix. Coming this summer - or fall - or possibly next winter (depends on what fails)
    • Japanese Friends
        • Japanese version of Friends that Bart watches on the Simpsons' new satellite dish. (Season 14 episode Bart vs. Lisa vs. The Third Grade)
    • Jerry
        • Fictionalized version of Seinfeld, TV show Jerry and George sell to NBC, starring Jerry Seinfeld. (Season 4 episode The Pilot)
    • Joanie Loves Crotchy
        • "I believe in Happy Days, I believe in Joanie Loves Crotchie, I believe in all that TV crap, and I believe in swordfish! He believes in swordfish! (song Swordfish)
    • John Beard's To Entrap A Local Predator: Orange County Edition
        • Subtitled: Supercreeps! TV show Tobias ends up on when he goes looking to reunite with hid daughter Maeby (Season 4)
    • Kalokagathia-One (TV show)
        • TV miniseries that Phil and Annie watch together, based on the book of the same name. (Season 2 episode Meet in the Middle)
    • Keep it Together
        • TV show for which Brandon films a small scene, saying "Hey, Babe! Looking good. Real good, babe." (Season 1 episode Fame Is Where You Find It)
    • Keepin' It Kodos
        • The episode begins with the classic TV sitcom "starring Kang". Kodos' wardrobe provided by Botany 5,000,000. Audience provided by Slave Colony of Rebulon 7. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV)
    • Kenny Meade Depot New record added 7/5/2021
        • Show on Netflix. "We’ve got so many shows. Even we haven’t seen them all. Like Kenny Meade Depot. It’s been on for three seasons, and only one woman watches it." (Season 44 episode 7 Host Claire Foy January 19, 2019 - Netflix Commercial)
        • Narrator: "This holiday season give the gift of NETFLIX and enjoy streaming shows like Stranger Things, The Crown, and Making a Murder. And in 2019 we’ll have even more programming to choose from because we’ve gone crazy!"
    • The Kill 'em Tiny Show
        • When Sam tells the new bouncer he hired that the TV's not on, Tiny asks why he keeps hearing the "The Kill ‘em Tiny Show" (Season 11 episode 6 Teaching with the Enemy)
    • The Kirk Cameron Show
        • TV show Wanda greenlights when she wakes up from a 30 year coma in episode Yesterdayland.
        • The cover story on BoJack's copy of Variation magazine that he's reading in the airport in season 2 episode Hank After Dark is: "Kirk Cameron Show Canceled"
    • Knightboat
        • TV show that the Simpsons watch about a crime-solving boat, parody of Knight Rider. (Season 6 episode And Maggie Makes Three)
    • Know All Pack
        • Educational programming available on Pay Education TV. "You can buy your child the gift of knowledge" (Season 2 episode Lessons)
    • L.A. Breast and Penis
        • Episode L.A. Breast and Penis. skit with Alec Baldwin as a doctor in a Los Angeles Plastic Surgery hospital staff.
    • The Laughter Family
        • Animated midseason TV show. Networks like animation because they don't have to pay the actors squat. (Season 10 episode Homer to the Max)
    • The Law
        • A fake TV guide is used when demonstrating how Ultimate TV works, listing fake programs, like The Law and The Surgeons.
    • Leave It To Bigfoot
        • TV show on UHF's Fall Schedule.
    • Leslie Jones in a Van Getting Batteries New record added 7/5/2021
        • New show on Netflix. "But don’t worry, we also got that comedy, like Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, or.... Leslie Jones in a Van Getting Batteries." (Season 44 episode 7 Host Claire Foy January 19, 2019 - Netflix Commercial)
        • Narrator: "This holiday season give the gift of NETFLIX and enjoy streaming shows like Stranger Things, The Crown, and Making a Murder. And in 2019 we’ll have even more programming to choose from because we’ve gone crazy!"
    • Lou Rawls, Secret Agent
        • Animated web series created by BetterThanTV.com, the internet start-up that buys Bart's Angry Dad comic. (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
    • The Love-Matic Grampa
        • The Simpsons spin-off TV show, a situation comedy starring Moe and Abe Simpson, a ghost inhabiting Moe's Love Tester machine. (Season 8 episode Simpsons' Spin-Off Showcase)
    • Lumpy's Proletariat
        • When Security Systems makes Edison Carter a fugitive for credit fraud, Network 23 plays a A special encore performance of comedy show Lumpy's Proletariat (Season 1 episode Security Systems)
    • Mac and C.H.E.E.S.E.
        • Mac, or Machiavelli, is a detective that solves crimes with the help of his robot partner. He's a Computerized Humanoid Electronically Enhanced, Secret Enforcer. Or, C.H.E.E.S.E. (Season 6 episode The One With Mac and C.H.E.E.S.E.)
    • The Mad Squad
        • On list of last night's top rated shows the night after Steve tracked Raffle's viewing habits. Play on The Mod Squad no doubt.
    • The Madisons
        • Canceled TV show starring the actor played by Henry Winkler that played the hospital administrator on the fictional Childrens Hospital TV show (Season 2 episode 6 The End of the Middle)
    • The Magician
        • The TV show Fox was arguing with Samantha about watching on the night of Samantha's abduction.
    • The Malarkeys
        • TV show that Marge mentions when naming the Simpson family's favorite TV shows. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • The Marvelous Mrs. Melisandre New record added 7/9/2021
        • Following the last season of Game of Thrones, HBO launches a series of "prequels, sequels and spinoffs, including The Marvelous Mrs. Melisandre, parody of the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. (Host Kit Harington April 6, 2019 New HBO Shows)
    • The Mayor
        • Homer daydreams about starring in a TV show about the mayor of an old Wild West town. (Season 12 episode A Tale of Two Springfields)
    • McGarnagle
        • TV show that Homer watches, about a hard-boiled cop. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child, The Boy Who Knew Too Much)
    • McTrigger
        • TV series McTrigger featured movie cowboy Buck McCoy. A Quinn Martin Production. Tonight's episode: "'Scuse Me, While I Kill the Sky". Eventually, Buck was written out of the show, and it became Room 222. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Media Content
        • Jake joke (Season 1 episode The Apartment). Captain: "Thank you for coming in on your day off. I know you'd all rather be at home binge watching media content... Jake: "Whoa, I just started the second season of Media Content - no spoilers."
    • Meet The Seavers
        • Ben says that he would rather live in a TV show than in real life. And it happens - he finds himself on the set of the sitcom Meet the Seavers. (episode Meet the Seavers)
    • Melrose Heights 9021024026
        • Fictional TV show, combination of Beverly Hills 90210, Melrose Place and The Heights (episode Bobcat Goldthwaite, episode Colin Quinn)
    • The Mesmerizer
        • TV show starring superhero mind reader Mesmer. (Season 1 episode The Innocents)
    • Missile Mike
        • TV show on Network 23. Description of one of the episodes: "Citizen mike takes on the whole of northeast Asia single-handed. The army deserts him, leaving him alone to face the mass division strike of..." Max is not a fan of the show, referring to it as mindless violence. (episode Rakers)
    • Mission Improbable
        • On list of last night's top rated shows the night after Steve tracked Raffle's viewing habits. Play on Mission Impossible no doubt.
    • Mobile Shrink
        • Announcer: This Fall, NBC presents an exciting new medical drama. Dr. Robert Liebman, a new breed of analysts, gives up his comfortable office practice to fight depression, neuroses, and feelings of inadequacy, no matter where or when they strike. Chevy Chase is… Mobile Shrink. (Dick Cavett - 11/13/76)
    • Mr. Egypt
        • New TV show from Season 5 episode 13 Basic Sandwich, part of NBC's new Thursday night fix. Coming this summer - or fall - or possibly next winter (depends on what fails)
    • Murder Police
        • TV show mentioned on MSMBC news ticker: "Murder Police debuts to high ratings" (Season 1 episode Bobby McFerrin vs. Michael Winslow)
    • Murder She Likes
        • Parody of Murder She Wrote. From HVTV Fall lineup (shown during the end credits).
    • My Three Mutants
        • TV show on UHF's Fall Schedule.
    • Navy Quest
        • Canceled TV show Galaxy Quest was originally pitched as a western called West Quest, then reworked into the nautical themed Navy Quest, before eventually becoming science fiction. (From the "Galaxy Quest 20th Anniversary: The Journey Continues" mockumentary)
    • The New Adventures of Galaxy Quest
        • New TV show continuing picking up where the original 1980s TV show Galaxy Quest left off.
    • New York Heat
        • Episode Coughing Boy. Mike lands the role of a police officer who dies on 'New York Heat', a primetime series starring Morgan Chase. Totally excited, he already has high dreams but comes down fast when most of his scene is cut.
    • No Ballers New record added 7/9/2021
        • Following the last season of Game of Thrones, HBO launches a series of "prequels, sequels and spinoffs, including No Baller, parody of Ballers. (Host Kit Harington April 6, 2019 New HBO Shows)
    • Nooky in New York
        • Cable TV show that Marge and her sisters watch, about four single women who act like gay men, sly reference to Sex in the City. (Season 13 episode Half-Decent Proposal)
    • Nurses
        • TV show that Joey turned down, and then became a big hit. (Pilot episode)
    • Officer Winslow New record added 7/5/2021
        • New show on Netflix. "And we got reboots. Like our dark take on Sabrina, then you’ll love our gritty Family Matters reboot." (Season 44 episode 7 Host Claire Foy January 19, 2019 - Netflix Commercial)
        • Narrator: "This holiday season give the gift of NETFLIX and enjoy streaming shows like Stranger Things, The Crown, and Making a Murder. And in 2019 we’ll have even more programming to choose from because we’ve gone crazy!"
    • Old Lady House
        • Situation comedy TV show the gang creates to entertain themselves after hiding hidden cameras in Mac and Charlie's mothers' house. (Season 12 episode Old Lady House: A Situation Comedy)
    • Otto The Anti-cupid
        • TV show about Cupid's younger brother Otto growing up in Cupid's shadow. Otto, embittered and enraged, dedicated his life to forcing people to fall in love with the wrong person. (Episode ZooTV at Night)
    • PatioTown presents G.L.O.W.
        • Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. Wrestling TV show on K-DTV in North Hollywood, California.
    • The Patrolman
        • Canceled TV show starring the actor played by Henry Winkler that played the hospital administrator on the fictional Childrens Hospital TV show (Season 2 episode 6 The End of the Middle)
    • Peek A Boo Camera
        • Episode Peek A Boo Camera. Fred and Barney attend a wild bachelor party under false pretenses, but the wives may never forgive them if their appearance on 'Peek-A- Boo Camera' airs.
    • Pistol Smoke
        • On list of top rated shows on the note Steve has Wilbanks' driver slip to the head of the network. Play on Gunsmoke no doubt.
    • Police Cops
        • Midseason TV show that the Simpsons watch, featuring Detective Homer Simpson. (Season 10 episode Homer to the Max)
    • Presidio Vice
        • TV Reporter: Residents were treated to a real life version of Presidio Vice this afternoon when Judge John Nassau escaped capture in a brazen shoot-out with the FBI that left one agent dead. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • The Prosecution
        • When the police contact Tobias, he thinks he is auditioning for a part on a CBS procedural TV show called The Prosecution (Season 3)
    • Pucks!
        • New name of Lymon's Boys for the US version once Matt's character becomes a hockey coach.
    • The Queen of Kings Landing New record added 7/9/2021
        • Following the last season of Game of Thrones, HBO launches a series of "prequels, sequels and spinoffs, including The Queen of Kings Landing, parody The King of Queens. (Host Kit Harington April 6, 2019 New HBO Shows)
    • The Quest For Space
        • Documentary TV show about the space race. Chapter Seven: Forgotten Heroes features the story of models sent into space. (episode 3 James Doohan)
    • Quick Mysteries
        • TV show from another dimension that shows several really quick mysteries, then solves them just as fast (episode 1-8 Rixty Minutes)
    • Quilting Bee Easy!
        • TV show on K-DTV, from various episodes. "Life may be hard, but quilting be easy". Thursdays at 4:30 on K-DTV.
    • Raul's Wild Kingdom
        • TV show on UHF's Fall Schedule.
    • Remembrances of Love with Wilt Chamberlain
        • Wilt Chamberlain: I love women. I've had 20,000 relationships with beautiful, fascinating women in my life, every day since 1959, and all of them were special in their own way. Tonight, I remember Cheryl – #13,906, but in my heart, she was #2,078. Cheryl was so full of life, love and laughter. Mmm.. I can smell her perfume even now.
    • Renegade
        • Bart replaces Lorenzo Lamas in the syndicated action series Renegade after the end of the family's TV show. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Rock Bottom
        • TV magazine show that interviews Homer, then edits the footage to make it look like a confession. (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
    • Room 222
        • TV series McTrigger featured movie cowboy Buck McCoy. A Quinn Martin Production. Tonight's episode: "'Scuse Me, While I Kill the Sky". Eventually, Buck was written out of the show, and it became Room 222. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Ross
        • Joke Ross makes at the laundromat when the buzzer goes off: I'm sorry, that's all the time we have. Next on Ross… (Season 1 The One With the East German Laundry Detergent)
    • The Salty Dogs
        • Canceled TV show starring the actor played by Henry Winkler that played the hospital administrator on the fictional Childrens Hospital TV show (Season 2 episode 6 The End of the Middle)
    • Saved By the Crown New record added 7/5/2021
        • New show on Netflix. "We love Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth so much, we’re sending her back to high school.” (Season 44 episode 7 Host Claire Foy January 19, 2019 - Netflix Commercial)
        • Narrator: "This holiday season give the gift of NETFLIX and enjoy streaming shows like Stranger Things, The Crown, and Making a Murder. And in 2019 we’ll have even more programming to choose from because we’ve gone crazy!"
    • Science Room
        • Educational science program on PBS from 2017 episode hosted by Sam Rockwell. Sam Rockwell plays the science teacher - and he accidentally dropped the F-bomb on live TV during the skit.
    • Sea Of Tranquility
        • Lacie Pound hitches a ride with fans headed to a convention for the sci-fi show. (Season 1 episode The National Anthem) Science fiction TV show that has a large cult following (Season 3 episode Nosedive) According to Entertainment Daily!, there's an animated reboot of the classic show in the works. (Season 5 episode Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too)
    • Serve & Protect
        • Diaz's favorite cop show. Jake and Diaz investigate a case involving one of the star's stolen laptop. (Season 4 episode Serve & Protect)
    • Sheriff Lowbrow
        • TV show that Homer mentions when naming the Simpson family's favorite TV shows. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Shove It, Kiss Off, You Smell
        • New sitcom Jay's boss says he's going to air featuring a talking box (Season 1 episode A Day at the Races and a Night at the Opera)
    • Showering with Bill
        • Sharon: Well Jay, I just like, like living my live on TV, you know? I auditioned for The Real World three times and I've been on MTV Karaoke, twice and, um, I've been on my neighbor's show, Showering with Bill, eight times. Jay Thomas: Actually, Sharon, I hate to break it to you, but Showering with Bill is not a TV Show.(Ben Affleck / Fiona Apple - February 19, 2000)
    • Shut Your Gob
        • British sitcom that Betty White mentions during the PBS pledge drive. (Season 11 episode Missionary: Impossible)
    • Sick Sad World
        • What's that you're really stirring in your tea? Honey or Bee vomit? Animal secretions that make us say "Yum!" Tonight, on Sick Sad World.
    • Sisters: The Outlaw Years
        • Rembrandt peruses a TV guide like magazine called Bay Area TV Listings on the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population, calling out TV program names such as Sisters: The Outlaw Years, Hanging with Mrs. Cooper and The Fresh Princess of Bel Air. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
    • Skank
        • TV show. Fox's newest comedy smash. Family sitcom where the father is a crass sock puppet with the catchphrase, "Shut your stinking' trap!" from multiple episodes.
    • Ski Shoot Sing
        • Combination biathlon/singing competition TV show seen in episode Pillows and Blankets, which was no fun to watch time shifted because then you're the last to know who won.
    • Skipper's Island
        • On the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King, SFN Channel 43 News anchor Penny Jenson interrupts an alternate version of Gilligan's Island called Skipper's Island for a special bulletin: "Friday will mark the eight year anniversary of the tragic death of Rembrandt "Crying Man" Brown, the undisputed king of rock and roll.” (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Sliders
        • TV show about the sliders adventures on the Seer Marc LeBeau's world. One episode that features the professor is called "Arturo's Return". (Season 5 episode The Seer)
    • Snack Attack
        • TV show on channel 24 MSN, from TV Watch, the TV guide style channel shown briefly between the songs Daddy and Let's Bash. (The Unauthorized Bash Brothers experience)
    • Son of Sanford and Son
        • Spin-off TV show that Troy McClure mentions: "Hi, I'm Troy McCLure. You may remember me from such TV spin-offs as Son of Sanford and Son, and After Mannix."(Season 8 episode Simpsons' Spin-Off Showcase)
    • Space Beverly Hillbillies
        • Joke Rick makes when Tony's co-worker doesn't get any of his pop culture references. (Season 4 episode The Old Man and the Seat)
    • Space Fleet (TV Show)
        • Black Mirror version of the original Star Trek TV show that lasted 6 seasons (Season 4 episode USS Callister)
    • Space Fleet: Mystery Of The Infinite Reality
        • Episode of Space Fleet (Season 4 episode USS Callister)
    • Space Journey
        • Science fiction TV show on the Seer Marc LeBeau's world. (Season 5 episode The Seer)
    • Space Patrol
        • Fictional sci-fi show, similar to Star Trek, featuring Frasier and Niles' favorite Shakespearean actor Jackson Headly as a robot (Season 8 episode The Show Must Go Off)
    • Spaceboy Zoom and His Dog Astro
        • Elroy and Astro become the stars of a TV show made by Asteroid TV productions. (Season 1 episode Elroy's TV Show)
    • Spacey Plane Shoot 'em Up
        • What Girth Hemsworth says the TV show Spectrum was called when it aired in Autralia (Season 2 episode 9 Back to the Past)
    • Speak Up, Dummies
        • One of the TV shows in the dumb Tuesday Night lineup from the New Fall TV Season sketch (Steve Martin's All Commercials TV special) "All right here where we know what you want to see and we can get it for you and we'll get it and you can look at it."
    • Speedway Squad
        • Smithers dreams that he and Mr. Burns are undercover cops on a TV show. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 2)
    • Springfield Heights, 90210
        • Kyle Darren, one of the loveable high-schoolers from TV's Springfield Heights, 90210 makes an appearance and the grand opening of the Springfield Monorail. He's cool, he's sexy, he's 34 years old. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
    • Star Journey
        • New TV show Steve wants to watch but Raffles won't let him change the channel. Play on Star Trek no doubt.
    • Stephen Colbert Presents: Stephen Colbert's Alpha Squad 7: The New Tek Jansen Adventures
        • The fake cartoon show adapted from Stephen's science fiction novel - from his Aug 8, 2006 show.
    • The Stingy and Battery Show
        • When Sideshow Bob forces TV channels to shut down with the threat of setting off a nuclear bomb, Krusty broadcasts a new show from a desert in the remote Springfield Badlands - replacing Itchy & Scratchy with a new segment featuring an actual car battery. (Season 7 episode Sideshow Bob's Last Gleamings)
    • Story Train (TV show) New record added 7/19/2021
        • Morty suggests watching inter dimensional cable, currently showing Story Train from Season 4. (Season 5 episode Amortycan Grickfitti)
    • Stretch Dude and Clobber Girl
        • Superhero TV show featuring Bart and Lisa with super powers. Tonight's episode Enter the Collector. (Season 11 episode Treehouse of Horror X - segment Desperately Xeeking Xena)
    • Strike Team Alpha
        • Hit TV show created by Howard L. Zuckerman. (Season 3 episode Exposé)
    • Strong-dar, Master Of Akon
        • He-Man rip-off, candidate for the Outstanding Writing in a Cartoon Series award given out at the Annual Cartoon Awards ceremony. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • The Surgeons
        • A fake TV guide is used when demonstrating how Ultimate TV works, listing fake programs, like The Law and The Surgeons.
    • Sweet Bang Tube
        • TV show on the Masturbation Network in the stupid future.
    • Talk To The Hand
        • Sitcom starring David Faustino that Marge has heard good things about - Tom Shales says the writing snaps, crackles and pops. (Season 10 episode Wild Barts Can't Be Broken)
    • Tender Branson Miracle Crusade
        • Chapter 22. Tender Branson TV appearance tour - weeknight appearances in Florida - the Jacksonville, Tampa, Orlando and Miami circuit. Each night, Tender Branson performs a Miracle Minute, predicting an upcoming natural disaster.
    • That's How I Killed Your Mother
        • Fake TV show, joke Mugatu makes to Derek Jr. "On CBS right after Two Broke Girls"
    • That's Incredibly Dumb
        • One of the TV shows in the dumb Tuesday Night lineup from the New Fall TV Season sketch (Steve Martin's All Commercials TV special) "All right here where we know what you want to see and we can get it for you and we'll get it and you can look at it."
    • That's Our Girl
        • Original TV show that Trish auditioned for - name eventually changed to "It's Trish". (Season 3 episode AKA Hero Pants)
    • The Thompsons
        • New version of The Simpsons TV show after the Simpsons relocate to Terror Lake as part of the FBI's Witness Relocation Program. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare)
    • Thoroughly Modern Billie
        • On list of last night's top rated shows the night after Steve tracked Raffle's viewing habits.
    • Thought Jacker
        • New TV show from Season 5 episode 13 Basic Sandwich, part of NBC's new Thursday night fix. Coming this summer - or fall - or possibly next winter (depends on what fails)
    • Time Ryder And The Chrono Teens
        • Science fiction animated series from the 90s. Like Wishbone meets Captain Planet, but way cooler. Time Ryder is captain of the teen-age Chrono Squad. They defend the Earth's timeline. (Season 1 episode Chronos)
    • Timmy Townsend
        • From an Orkin TV commercial- introduces a fictional television show starring Gary Coleman as an ass-kicking private eye or something. Show is called Timmy Townsend.
    • The Tom Piss Show
        • Piss version of The Tom Green Show from extended "Green Piss" scene where Danny and Wheeler ad lib a bunch of piss jokes.
    • Tommy And The Foxx
        • Raunchy animated TV show, Tom's wish #2: Tom is the CEO of the Spike TV network, and his best friend / personal assistant is Oscar winner Jamie Foxx. They create a raunchy animated series based on their friendship. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Tommy Queue
        • TV show on IOI-N, a wacky situation comedy chronicling the misadventures of Tommy, a newly indentured OASIS tech rep struggling to achieve his goals of financial independence and on-the-job excellence!. An "inane corporate shitcom", according to Wade.
    • Toolin' Around
        • The wisecracking sidekick from sitcom Toolin' Around is the spokesperson for the BBQ Pit Kit that Homer buys at Mom & Pop Hardware. Parody of Tool Time on Tim Allen's sitcom Home Improvement. (Season 10 episode Mom and Pop Art)
    • Touched By a Ranger
        • TV show starring Chuck Norris - cross between Walker Texas Ranger and Touched by an Angel - on science fiction writer Isaac Clark's boring world. (Season 4 episode Revelations)
    • Town Talk
        • TV show on UHF's Fall Schedule.
    • Traffic Court
        • TV show on UHF's Fall Schedule.
    • Troy And Company's Summertime Smile Factory
        • I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from such TV series as Buck Henderson, Union Buster and Troy and Company's Summertime Smile Factory. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Tulsa Farewell
        • Written by Jerry Burger. One of the nominees for Best Writing of a Movie or Miniseries at the National Cable Ace Awards where Diane wins an award. (Season 11 episode 26 One for the Road)
    • Underworld Wrestling League
        • Parody of World Wrestling Federation. Lou Albano has a cameo in this scene.
    • Unmarried With Children
        • Parody of Married With Children. From HVTV Fall lineup (shown during the end credits).
    • Volcano Worshiper's Hour
        • TV show on UHF's Fall Schedule.
    • WandaVision
        • TV sitcom broadcast from Westview, New Jersey. Darcy detects the signal while working at the S.W.O.R.D. Response Base in New Jersey.
    • Wedgie: The World Of Hip Couture
        • TV show that Lelaina watches on In Your Face TV.
    • Weirder Stuff 3
        • TV show. Poster in Netflix office, instead of the actual Stranger Things 3 currently available on Netflix. (Season 4 episode One Crew over the Crewcoo's Morty)
    • West Quest
        • Canceled TV show Galaxy Quest was originally pitched as a western called West Quest, then reworked into the nautical themed Navy Quest, before eventually becoming science fiction. (From the "Galaxy Quest 20th Anniversary: The Journey Continues" mockumentary)
    • Wet T-shirt Lawyer
        • TV show featuring America's sexiest defense counselor from the New Fall TV Season sketch (Steve Martin's All Commercials TV special) "All right here where we know what you want to see and we can get it for you and we'll get it and you can look at it."
    • WGBH Television Auction
        • Show where Sam auctioned off his old jersey (Season 4 episode 13 Take My Shirt... Please)
    • When Wolf
        • TV show Rick and Morty watch on inter dimensional cable about a time traveling werewolf. (Season 5 episode Mortyplicity)
    • The White House Murders
        • TV show the gang talks about (Season 6 episode 15 Tale of Two Cuties)
    • White Supremacy World
        • Plant World, Cooking World & White Supremacy World are other Aurora Cable access shows that Wayne mentions at the beginning of the movie.
    • Why We Were Scared Of The '70s
        • TV show on Y.O.M. television featuring low tier celebrities such as Andy Dick talking about things that frightened them in the 1970s (Season 3)
    • Wide World Of Tractor Pulls
        • TV show on UHF's Fall Schedule.
    • Wonderful World of Phlegm
        • TV show on UHF's Fall Schedule.
    • Word Up Wednesday
        • Fake TV sitcom on USA that Mr. Robot creates for Elliot (eps2.4_m4ster-s1ave.aes)
    • Worker And Parasite
        • New cartoon on Krusty's show when Itchy & Scratchy move over to Gabbo's show. Eastern Europe's favorite cat and mouse team. (Season 4 episode Krusty Gets Kancelled)
    • W'Sup Bitch
        • Cartoon Wray provided several stereotype voices (Season 1 episode 8 Voiced Over)
    • The X-rays
        • TV show ALF watches (Season 1 episode Little Bit of Soap)
    • YaHoo
        • TV show, parody of Hee-Haw, featuring The YaHoo Recovering Alcoholic Jug Band, and Lurleen's syndicated TV debut. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
    • Yakkin' about the movies
        • The Simpsons version of Siskel & Ebert's movie review TV show. (Season 2 episode The Way We Was)
    • The Yerba Mate Hour
        • TV show: "I was tired, as I said. I kept thinking of a good hot meal, and then from that I jumped to reflections of how nice and home-like even Borneo would seem after this crazy planet, and from that, to thoughts of little old New York, and then to thinking about a girl I know there, Fancy Long. Know her?" "Vision entertainer," said Harrison. "I've tuned her in. Nice blonde —dances and sings on the Yerba Mate hour."
    • Yesterday Night Live
        • TV show featuring the not good enough for feature film players (Season 2 episode Lady Hawke)

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