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    • Azalea Lane
        • Street mentioned in Jo Bennet's autobiography, specifically the new version that Jim cobbles together to mess with Gabe: "Chapter one. I was born, not into luxury nor poverty, but into adversity, and for that, I thank the Lord. My father was a man. That's all we can know. After I learned to ride a bike, there was no stopping me. I would ride up Magnolia Street and down azalea Lane." (Season 7 WUPHF.com)
    • Beach Lane
        • "I thought I'd start with Ellen Dunwoodie snapping off the fire hydrant on Beach Lane when the parking brake on her car let go. Then, once I'm properly warmed up, I thought I'd move on to a rewrite of my library editorial, Vince said, and cracked his knuckles.
    • Blueberry Park Lane
        • Chloe tracks down Lucas Luthor's address in Smallville. (Season 2 episode Lineage)
    • Boozy Bum Lane
        • Ned Flanders (singing to the tune of Here Comes Santa Clause while heading for the Springfield Men's Mission: Here comes sandwiches, Here comes sandwiches, Right down boozy bum lane. Brother Ned's got cheese on bread and a side order of shame... (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
    • Church Lane
        • Lowell's address in Nantucket (Season 6 episode Ex, Lies and Videotape)
    • Cobalt Lane
        • One of the street names that Jessica repeats when under stress, a grounding mechanism/technique that she learned from a therapist, "Birch Street, Higgins Drive, Cobalt Lane", sometimes inserting "Main Street".
    • Cobblestone Lane
        • The Flintstones had several addresses: 301 Cobblestone Way, 301 Cobblestone Lane, 345 Stonecave Road & 222 Rocky Way.
    • Cold River Lane
        • Martha Kent drives away from the Kent farm. There's a Comanche Realty sign out front. "Foreclosure / Bank owned. Address is: 551 Cold River Lane, Comanche, Kansas. Phone number: (785) 045-REPO. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Daphne Lane
        • Street sign Niles gets arrested for trying to steal for Daphne (Season 9 episode Juvenilia)
    • Elmview Lane
        • Rita's address in Ashley, Michigan, as listed on her first marriage certificate.

    • Emmett Lane
        • Address in Westview, New Jersey on Isabel Matsueda's New Jersey driver license, also known as Dottie's assistant Beverly. (Season 1 episode We Interrupt This Program)

    • Enchanted Lane
        • Hallway in the Petrochem Petrochemical Corp. on the Malibu Stacy Factory Tour, where all the parts come together, and Malibu Stacy is born. Some folks say there is a little touch of fairy dustin the air. (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy)
    • Fishers Lane
        • Address of Brawndo corporation building. Formerly the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Food and Drug Administration.
    • Fox Meadow Lane
        • Street in Fox Meadow that the terrible comedian Frank hires to perform at the house mentions during his routine.
    • Graymalkin Lane
        • Street Address of Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters.
    • Hanover Lane
        • Address of Secret Agent Michael Scarn's mansion, from Michael's movie Threat Level Midnight (Season 7 episode Threat Level Midnight)
    • I Don't Care Lane
        • Michael insult: "You want to pay 400 bucks to re-felt this table? Yeah, why don't you send the bill To 23 I Don't Care Lane, Scranton, Pennsylvania?" (Season 6 episode Happy Hour)
    • Johnson Lane
        • Street in Diamond Falls, address for A.R. Mitchell that comes up on the search engine PeopleAllOver when Phil attempts to track Annie down. (Season 2 episode Meet in the Middle)
    • Lakeview Lane
        • Address on Sloan Foster's driver's license in Grizzly Lake. Sloan was also Mia Sara's character's name in Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
    • Laurie Jack Lane
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Lick My Butthole Lane
        • The sham address Detective Chance Briggs gives the Japanese police chief in season 5 episode 2 Triangles when asked for his address (because he's going to kill him)
    • Lollipop Lane
        • Fictional street from sarcastic joke Homer makes to Marge when she suggests he not blame Moe for stealing his mixed drink, and take consolation in the fact that something he created is making people happy: Oh, look at me, I'm making people happy. I'm the magical man from Happyland in a gumdrop house on lollipop lane! (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Mammon Lane
        • Mr. Burns' home address, seen on the thank you letter he sends to Bart for the blood donation. (Season 2 episode Blood Feud) Mr. Burns' address on the check that he writes to Springfield Hospital. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Memory Lane
        • There's all those places we used to go, and I suspect you already know, but that place on Memory Lane you liked still looks the same, but something about it's changed (Song: Fireside)
    • Negra Arroyo Lane
        • Street address of Walt's family's house, which he mentions when he records a message to his family on Jesse's camcorder. (Pilot episode)
    • Old Jackson Lane
        • Street in Diamond Falls, address for E. Annie Mitchell that comes up on the search engine PeopleAllOver when Phil attempts to track Annie down. (Season 2 episode Meet in the Middle)
    • Pacbell Lane
        • Address listed in the Springfield yellow pages when Bart and Lisa search for Edgar Neubauer, the name Smithers gave them to find out the truth about the mayoral election results. (Season 6 episode Sideshow Bob Roberts)
    • Palmer Lane
        • Street in Derry, listed on the Derry map the Losers project on the garage wall.
    • Penny Lane
        • In Penny Lane there is a barber showing photographs of every head he's had the pleasure to have known. (Song Penny Lane)
    • Randolph Lane
        • Address of Benny's Burgers diner, where Eleven shows up after escaping from Hawkins National Laboratory. (Season 1 episode Chapter One: The Vanishing of Will Byers)
    • Robin Lane
        • Mentioned during the Emergency Broadcast System report on the radio as Ana drives out of her neighborhood as the location of a church being used as an evacuation center in Waukesha County.
    • Shula Lane
        • Street in Coral Palms, address of Jordan Karfton, the woman that filmed Jake and Captain Holt at Frank's Fun Zone. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
    • Snoozy Lane
        • Street from the song Marge sings to Bart during Tuck-in Time: "All aboard the sleepy train to visit Mother Goose. Barty's stop is Snoozy Lane to rest his sweet caboose." (Season 7 episode Marge Be Not Proud)
    • Sparrow's Lane
        • Location of cabin where Barbie killed Peter - (cabin shown previously, but name of the road not mentioned until Episode 4 - Outbreak)
    • Sveltenson Lane
        • According to Sonja Snuckteigen's business card (the agent from the Embassy of Urmania that's looking for Dr. Karamazov), the address of the Embassy of Urmania is located on Sveltenson Lane in The City. (Season 1 episode My Dinner with Android)
    • Thalberg Lane
        • Jeff's address on his driver's license, showing in episode Early 21st Century Romanticism.
    • Tomberra Lane
        • Address of Richard and Lily's new house inside Jordan Collier's 4400 compound. (Season 1 episode Trial by Fire)
    • Topsail Lane
        • Location of Danny's Dry Dock, one of the three boat repair shops in Haven that comes up on Audrey's Bing Internet search when she's looking for possible hideouts for William after finding industrial grade fiberglass on one of William's victims in the alternate Haven without troubles in Season 4 episode 10 The Trouble with Troubles (and the one where they find William waiting for them).
    • Trixie Lane
        • Street in the Sudden Valley neighborhood where John Beard films his TV show "John Beard's To Entrap a Local Predator" (Season 4)
    • Valley Lane Northeast
        • Set-up: A company called Pick Me Ups that picks up donations visits a big house on Valley Lane Northeast to pick up a giant evil teddy bear. (Season 1 episode Teddy Scare)
    • Waterman Lane
        • Location of The Guard safehouse in Season 3 episode 10 Burned.
    • White Oak Lane
        • Maia's old address in Crescent City, California before she was abducted. (Season 3 episode Gone, Part 1)
    • Yucca Lane
        • Street in Sonny's subdivision in Harding, Arizona.

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