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  • TV Shows-Reality TV
    • The 1895 Challenge
        • When the Simpsons' house gets termites, they end up living in an old house on a reality TV show called The 1895 Challenge on The Reality Channel, also known as TRC. (Season 14 episode Helter Shelter)
    • America's A Capella Sensation
        • Singing competition TV show. Andy: "Well, I burned all my bridges at Dunder Mifflin, and time to become the next American idol by winning America's Next A Cappella Sensation on channel TBD." (Season 9 episode A.A.R.M.)
    • America's Funniest Fatalities
        • Joke Rembrandt makes about all the people with cameras that appear when Colin's counterpart gets hit by a car on the Lipschitz Live world: They're tryin' to get that $10,000 for America's Funniest Fatalities. (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
    • America's Got Talent: Wait, They're Good?
        • Special episode of America's Got Talent filled with contestants that don't seem like they're going to be good, but then they are. (2018 episode with host Jonah Hill)
    • America's Top Designer
        • Competitive reality TV show that Patrick films an audition tape for (Episode Charlie Catches Jordan in the Act)
    • America's Wackiest Videos
        • Episode Hell Hath No Fury like a Policewoman Scorned.
    • Autopsies Of The Rich And Famous
        • Parody of Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.
    • Baking and More
        • Cooking TV show that Joe and Love watch - separately, and discuss. (Season 2 episode What Are Friends For?)
    • Barely Legal Pawn (reality TV Show)
        • From a short film created to promote Audi of America's sponsorship of the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards, featuring Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
    • Billionaire Vs. Bear
        • ABC's latest reality show. The stars visit the announcer booth at the Broncos football game at Mile High Stadium that Homer watches on TV. Surprise - the bear is a tiger! (Season 17 episode Bonfire of the Manatees)
    • The Boston Boppers
        • TV show like American bandstand that Carla and Nick used to dance on (Season 4 episode 20 Save the Last Dance for Me)
    • Botox Babies
        • TV show Nora's roommate mentions. (Season 1 episode The Funeral)
    • Boy Meets Girl
        • Writer Julius Moomer's idea for a new TV show, featuring a different boy and a different girl every week. (Episode The Bard)
    • Building Explosion
        • It shows big buildings falling down and kids trapped in the basement. The building falls and they're like, Mommy get me out if here, and it shows them how to get out in an emergency but it also tells them when to give up.
    • Cash in Your Legacy
        • The Simpsons version of Antique Roadshow TV show, appraising antiques in Springfield. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Celebrity Baby Plastic Surgery Disasters (TV Show)
        • TV show Eleanor mentions (Season 1 episode ...Someone Like Me as a Member)
    • Celebrity Beat-off
        • 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)
    • Celebrity Chop Shop
        • TV show Homer watches. "This week on Celebrity Chop Shop, we sell the parts off Jason Bateman's Bentley." (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Chonky Pups
        • As part of Rosa's heist plan, she fattened Captain Holt's dog Cheddar up with ham, and he ended up on Chonky Pups. (Season 7 episode Valloweaster)
    • The Cocktail Club
        • TV show that takes you to famous people's parties on Network 23 (Season 2 episode Baby Grobags)
    • Cooking World
        • Plant World, Cooking World & White Supremacy World are other Aurora Cable access shows that Wayne mentions at the beginning of the movie.
    • Cops In Ancient Egypt
        • Cops TV show spoof that takes place during Moses' attempt to part the Red Sea (episode 4 On Melrose Avenue)
    • Cops Who Fuck
        • TV show on channel 25 EXE, from TV Watch, the TV guide style channel shown briefly between the songs Daddy and Let's Bash. (The Unauthorized Bash Brothers experience)
    • Cops: In Springfield
        • Reality TV cop show following the Springfield police department. (Season 4 episode Homer's Triple Bypass)
    • Corny Collins Show
        • Essentially a local version of American Bandstand (and based on a real show that broadcast in Baltimore in the late 50s and early 60s).
    • Criminal Spinsters
        • Joke Luke Cage makes to Councilwoman Mariah Dillard when the television camera crew sets up at her home. Luke Cage: "Your new VH1 show? Criminal Spinsters?" (Season 1 episode Suckas Need Bodyguards)
    • Dollhouse Do-Overs
        • HGTV home makeover show for children. Lisa watches an episode featuring Malibu Stacy. (Season 15 episode Marge Versus Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays)
    • Edge Of Never: Life On The Phaeton
        • The name of the reality show being film on board the spaceship.
    • Fake Tire Slashers
        • Fake prank show Santiago makes up after accidentally slashing a stranger's car. (Season 4 episode Your Honor)
    • Fishing Dangerously
        • Reality TV show about fisherman accidentally catching the superhero Mighty Sea-Man, "King of the briny deep". (Season 1 episode Secret/Identity)
    • Gideon's Kitchen
        • A contestant on the reality cooking show Gideon's Kitchen can't figure out if Chef Gideon loves or hates his dish. (Episode I Said Bitch)
    • Haunted House Cleaners
        • Carrigan Burke's reality TV show about ghost hunting. "This house is clean!"
    • Hot Shot
        • Talent competition show from Season 1 episode Fifteen Million Merits, also referenced in various other episodes, including Season 2 episodes That Waldo Moment and White Christmas.
    • How They Do It...
        • TV show about how they make stuff, this episode featuring how they make a plumbs (Season 2 episode 8 Interdimensional Cable 2: Tempting Fate)
    • Hum Along With Herman Contest
        • Episode Flinstone Canaries. The Flintstone Canaries sing 'Old Folks at Home' in the 'Hum Along with Herman' Contest.
    • I Got The S#*@ Kicked Out of Me!
        • TV show featuring people getting the shit kicked out of them. The most popular show in America. 150 million people watch it every night.
    • Information 411
        • Reality TV show hosted by Adam West. "True stories from the over 5 million people a day who call the nation's directory assistance searching for phone numbers, addresses and area codes. People who, for whatever reason, can't look it up themselves." (episode Colin Quinn)
    • Jean Claude's Damn Van
        • Blake's idea for a public access TV show. "Like, if Bill has a show, we should definitely have a show. But ours will be better 'cause we'll get, like, cool, famous people like Jean Claude Van Damme and film him doing, like, cool stuff. Oh yeah, what if we, like, film him on a road trip across America? We could call it Jean Claude's Damn Van." (Season 5 episode Front Yard Wrestling)
    • Joe Millionaire
        • Parody of Fox TV show promo where the name floats across the screen - Homer grabs it and eats it. (Season 14 episode Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington)
    • Judge Jessie
        • Arbitration-based reality court TV show... "As a police officer, he defended the streets. As a trial lawyer Objection! he fought for the truth. As a black belt he mastered discipline. As a carpenter, he learned the value of craftsmanship. As a surgeon, he mastered a cool head. As a crack ho, he learned to go days without sleep. And as an announcer, he does the voice-over on this show." (Season 5 episode The Job Interview)
    • Judge Reinhold / Mr. Reinhold's Courtroom / Mock Trial With J Reinhold
        • New courtroom TV show featuring Judge Reinhold featuring the band William Hung and his Hung Jury (Season 3)
    • Just Plain J.P.
        • Suggested series written by Julius Mooner, a kind of situation comedy involving a multi-millionaire rubber baron. The story that asks the question, Can a man who makes $9 million a year find happiness in a small mansion? (Episode The Bard)
    • The Kromagg Show
        • Thomas Beecham lives in the walls on the slidecage world, watching security monitors. He refers to them as the Kromagg Show, says he's seen every season, even has his favorite characters. (Season 4 episode Slidecage)
    • Lifestyles of the Poor And Pitiful
        • TV show Max advertises on Network 23 (Season 2 episode Grossberg's Return)
    • Locker Hawkers: Something Smells Terrible Edition
        • Reality TV show that discovers G.O.B. in a storage locker following the spectacular failure of this Amazing Jesus Illusion (Season 4)
    • Melmackian Babe Magnet
        • New TV reality show ALF from Season 4 DVD menus. ALF is the aforementioned babe magnet. ALF is in the process of casting for babes, and for magnets.
    • Monday Night Rehabilitation
        • Reality show and punishment that Joe is sentenced to for not solving the world's problems, where he is attacked by monster trucks.
    • Motorhome Makeover
        • After Homer uses Marge's nest egg for the down payment on a motor home, he comes up with the idea for a TV show to trick it out like a palace. (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
    • The Multi-millionaire
        • Writer Julius Moomer's idea for a new TV show, based on the actual TV show The Millionaire, but better, because it's bigger. (Episode The Bard)
    • Naked And Filleted
        • TV show BoJack watches in his underwater hotel room, spoof of Naked and Afraid reality show. (Season 3 episode 4 Fish Out of Water)
    • National Bandstand
        • National Bandstand is the Grease version of American Bandstand.
    • New Warriors
        • Superhero reality TV show indirectly responsible for the deaths of hundreds of children at Stamford Elementary, leading to the creation of the Registration Act.
    • No Pants Island
        • As it turns out, Homer and Marge weren't really arrested and found guilty of murder - they're just guests on Frame-up! Fox's latest hit after No Pants Island and Fart Date. (Season 13 The Frying Game)
    • Ovation with J.J. Malloy
        • Reality talent TV show, the highest rated show on broadcast television. (Season 2 episode Ovation)
    • Ow! My Balls
        • TV show in the stupid future starring Hormel Chavez.
    • The Pack
        • Show about a real life group of martial artists, engineered by David Xanatos to hunt the Gargoyles. (Season 1 episodes The Thrill of the Hunt, Her Brother's Keeper)
    • Padz
        • Reality TV show similar to MTV's Cribs, featuring celebrity home tours. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Peepin' in Real
        • Hidden camera TV show from the dressing room at Ann Taylor, hosted by Kent Brockman. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • People Who Look Like Things
        • TV show. Somebody taped over the end of the instructional video Dr. Nick watches about Homer's operation. (Season 4 episode Homer's Triple Bypass)
    • Personal Shopper Wars
        • Patrick's idea for his own hit reality show, hosted by him and Anderson Cooper (Episode Charlie and Jen Together Again)
    • Polka Jamboree
        • Trevor's, and then ALF's favorite show, described by Trevor as "A Slavic soul train" (Season 2 episode Prime Time)
    • Polka Time
        • TV show that ALF watches (Season 2 episode Prime Time)
    • Polka Train
        • New TV show the president of NBC orders after Polka Jamboree hits #1 in the ratings thanks to ALF (Season 2 episode Prime Time)
    • Predators of the Serengeti
        • TV show Ross wants to watch at Monica and Rachel's apartment, when Monica wants to watch Entertainment Tonight. (Season 2 episode The One Where Eddie Moves In)
    • Queen Bitch
        • Gina helps Captain Hold using her world renowned linguistics system Gina Jargon that she apparently also used to help Ellen Musk, season 1 winner of VH1's Queen Bitch. (Season 6 episode Hitchcock & Scully)
    • Real Asian Prison Housewives Of The Orange County White Collar Prison System
        • Reality TV show filmed at Orange County Corrections L.I.T.E., the white collar prison where Lucille does time (Season 4)
    • Real Bigfoot Housewives
        • Joke Duke makes about the ghost chasing TV show Dark Side Seekers that comes to Haven to investigate a murder in Season 4 episode 11 Shot in the Dark.
    • Real Dump People
        • 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."
    • The Real Housewives of Branson
        • Fictional TV show - Joke Tanner Bolt makes watching Amy being interviewed on TV.
    • The Real Housewives Of Greendale County
        • Fake TV show from episode The Art of Discourse.
    • Real Stories of the Arkansas Highway Patrol
        • Welcome to "Real Stories of the Arkansas Highway Patrol”. I'm Terry Gamble. As always, the events you see tonight are as they actually happened, videotaped in the field. In our first segment, we follow Arkansas State Trooper Glenn MacRae, as he pulls over a 1988 Mustang. At the wheel – a 25-year old co-ed from the University of Arkansas, with an okay face but a killer body.
    • The Real World Scranton
        • Joke Michael makes about a Scranton version of the MTV reality TV show (Season 6 episode The Cover-Up)
    • Reality Bites
        • The name In Your Face TV gives to Lelaina's documentary when they turn it into a reality show.
    • Scandalmakers
        • TV show featuring re-enactments of real life scandals, such as the Bluth Family's adventures: "Blurred Truth: The Bluth Family Scandal" (Season 2)
    • Shotgun Wedding
        • TV show advertised on the slightly more futuristic version of Earth that the group visits.
    • So You Think You Can Judge
        • Reality TV show featuring original Spectrum cast member Tiffany, until she had to leave for the Rolling Hills Exhaustion Center, mentioned during the Shock-a-Con Talk-a-Thon (Season 2 episode 9 Back to the Past)
    • Sofia
        • Sofia Serrano & David AamesSofia Serrano: What are you watching?
          David Aames: It's the greatest show. It's called Sofia.
    • The Soul Mass Transit System
        • Parody of Soul Train. TV show Homer watches that Mr. Burns shows up on looking for his bear Bobo. (Season 5 episode Rosebud)
    • Taxicab Conversations
        • TV show Taxicab Confessions where they film secretly passengers and catch them at their most uninhibited. (Season 14 episode How I Spent My Strummer Vacation)
    • Tennis Court
        • TV show from Steve's A Wild and Crazy Guy TV special: True case histories taken from the files of the United States Lawn Tennis Association.
    • Touch The Stove
        • Reality TV show where contestants are forced to touch a hot stove. (Season 14 episode Bart vs. Lisa vs. The Third Grade)
    • The Truman Show
        • 1.7 billion were there for his birth. For his first step. The world stood still for that stolen kiss, and as he grew, so did the technology. An entire human life recorded on an intricate network of hidden cameras and broadcast live and unedited 24 hours a day, around the globe. Coming to you now from Seahaven island, enclosed in the largest studio ever constructed, and along with the great wall of china, one of only 2 manmade structures visible from space, now in its 30th great year, it's the Truman Show.
    • Who Thinks They Can Dance
        • Reality TV dance competition show. (Season 2 episode Obama College Years)
    • World's Sluttiest Dogs
        • Fictional television program that aired on FOX, starring dogs dressing in lingerie. (episode Screwed the Pooch)

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