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Category Filter: TV SHOWS-SHOPPING (18)

  • TV Shows-Shopping
    • Adjusting Your Self-O-Stat
        • Brad Goodman infomercial that Marge's sisters recommend that plays round the clock on Channel 77. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child)
    • ALF Shopping Network
        • There are short skits on the Season 2 DVD menus with ALF hosting a home shopping channel dedicated to selling ALF-themed merchandise. 888-555-4ALF.
    • Amazing Bargains
        • Home shopping TV show featuring the Self-protection Biological Purification Kit on the Fever world. (Season 1 episode The Fever)
    • ARN
        • American Retail Network, Marvel version of Home Shopping Network. TV network that broadcasts Trish's style show. (Season 3 episode AKA The Perfect Burger)
    • Big Data Network
        • Fake home shopping channel. From mock infomercial for album 2.0. CONSUME MORE. BUY IT AGAIN!
    • FGC
        • Free Guy Channel. Fictional home shopping channel featuring replica movie props from Free Guy, such as the main character Guy's Blue Shirt, Tie and Name Tag. According to Ryan Reynolds, "We're Disney now, so we gotta up our merchandising game." (The Free Guy "Limited Time Offer" video / Trailer announcement 12/06/2019)
    • I Can't Believe They Invented It!
        • TV infomercial, a program length advertisement starring Troy McClure and featuring Dr. Nick Riviera on the Simpsons' new cable TV service. (Season 2 episode Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment) Featured product: Spiffy Cleaner (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder) Featured product: The Juice Loosener (Season 4 episode Marge in Chains)
    • IBN
        • Impulse Buying Network. Bart buys an Itchy & Scratchy animal cel with Homer's credit card. (Season 5 episode Lady Bouvier's Lover)
    • Made in Eureka
        • Fictional shop at home TV show, featuring products made by Eureka scientists, including the Cryo-kennel for dogs and the Micro-Mitt for cooking. (Season 1 DVD bonus features)
    • SHN
        • Shop at Home Network. From the Star Wars Bonanza collection sketch featuring Mark Hamill being sold for $80,000 to Harrison Ford.
    • Shopping at Home Club
        • Sledge Hammer version of The Home Shopping Network, where Sledge Hammer says he bought his flamethrower (Season 2 episode Hammeroid)

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