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  • Tobacco Products
    • ACME Cigar
        • Joke Charlie makes when Sean offers him a cigar. Charlie: "Let me guess, ACME brand?" (Episode Charlie and the Lap Dance of Doom)
    • American Spirit
        • At the end of the movie, Snake smokes an American Spirit cigarette. There is a tobacco company called American Spirit, but you can see the pack in the shot, and they're not the same ones.
        • Cigarette advertisement at Eric's Expert Service gas station where Sawyer plays a jewelry con. (Season 2 episode The Long Con)
    • Brezza Cigarettes
        • Cigarettes that U.S. Marshal Edward Mars smokes while transporting Kate, shortly before the accident involving Kate's black horse (Season 2 episode What Kate Did)
        • Forty Quinn's cigarettes. (Season 2 episode Have a Good Weekend, Joe!)
    • Carlos Y Carlos
        • Murdock wins big on Wheel of Fortune, including "the President's Humidor” from Humidors-R-Us. "It holds up to 50 cigars, guarantees to keep them fresh for over a year.” Additionally, he wins 50 El Capitan cigars from Carlos y Carlos. "The finest in smooth tobaccos” (Season 4 episode Wheel of Fortune)
    • Chewing Tobacco
        • When Selma goes to the Springfield Orphanage to adopt a baby, she decides to give up smoking for chewing tobacco. (Season 16 episode Goo Goo Gai Pan)
    • Cigarettes
        • Generic carton of cigarettes that Bart gives Homer when he goes to jail for stealing Moe's car. (Season 9 episode Dumbbell Indemnity)
    • Destiny Cigarettes
        • On the earthquake prison world, the sliders' new friend L.J. trades a carton of cigarettes to get the sliders a place to stay in government housing Annex 7-7-0. (Season 2 episode El Sid)
    • Dokes
        • The drizzle had deepened into a steady rain by the time Richards hit the street. The big Smoke Dokes for Hallucinogenic Jokes thermometer across the street stood at fifty-one degrees. (Just the Right Temp to Stoke Up a Doke—High to the Nth Degree!) That might make it sixty in their apartment. And Cathy had the flu.
    • Dr. Johnson Snuff
        • "Just a moment and I'll check on that, sir." The screen temporarily blanked out. Time passed. Rick took a pinch of Dr. Johnson Snuff and shivered; without the car's heater the temperature had begun to plunge. "Dr. Costa says that Mr. Holden is not receiving calls," the operator told him, reappearing. "This is police business," he said; he held his flat pack of ID up to the screen. "Just a moment." Again the operator vanished. Again Rick inhaled a pinch of D. Johnson Snuff; the menthol in it tasted foul, so early in the morning. He rolled down the car window and tossed the little yellow tin out into the rubble. "No, sir," the operator said, once more on his screen. "Dr. Costa does not feel Mr. Holden's condition will permit him to take any calls, no matter how urgent, for at least — "
    • El Capitan Cigars
        • Murdock wins big on Wheel of Fortune, including "the President's Humidor” from Humidors-R-Us. "It holds up to 50 cigars, guarantees to keep them fresh for over a year.” Additionally, he wins 50 El Capitan cigars from Carlos y Carlos. "The finest in smooth tobaccos” (Season 4 episode Wheel of Fortune)
    • El Dorado Cigarette Company
        • Cigarette company that briefly takes over the Happy-Go-Lucky Toy Factory (episode Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington)
    • Escalus
        • Brand of cigarettes Boyd uses as explosive to blow up Mr. Picker toward the end of season 5.
    • Franklin Cigarettes
        • Jay's parents' tobacco company. "Makers of Phlegm Fatale Cigarettes" (Season 2 episode Frankie and Ellie Get Lost)
    • Hupyrian Beetle Snuff
        • Grand Nagus Zek offers Sisko and Dax Hupyrian beetle snuff. (Season 2 episode Rules of Acquisition) Quark offers Grand Nagus Zek quality Hupyrian beetle snuff, which he declines because he now cares for the beetles after being "devolved" by the wormhole aliens. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
        • When Zek arrives on the station, he demands his beetle snuff. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
        • Mirror Universe Worf demands more beetle snuff. (Season 7 episode The Emperor's New Cloak)
    • Kempo Cigarettes
        • Rita starts smoking again, and then quits. (Season 1 episode The Dark Defender)
    • Laramie
        • Cigarettes advertised on billboard in Capital City. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer) At the Air Show, Homer brings Marge a pack of cigarettes for her headache when the aspirin is sold out. (Season 7 episode Sideshow Bob's Last Gleamings) Cigarette machine at Barney's Bowlarama. (Season 7 episode Team Homer) Cigarettes sold at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Hell Toupée) Laramie Cigarettes offers to buy ToMacco from the Simpsons. (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt) Sponsor advertised on Monkey Olympics, TV show on Fox that Homer watches. (Season 14 Pray Anything)
    • Laramie 100s
        • Cigarettes advertised on billboard outside Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 2 episode Principal Charming) Selma buys a carton at the grocery store. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice) Advertised on the back of the Mondo Frowno magazine that the Good Vibrations music store clerk is reading. (Season 7 episode Homerpalooza) Cigarettes sold at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Hell Toupée)
    • Laramie Extra Tar
        • In a commercial shown at Totally sick, twisted, F***ed-Up Animation Festival, after a tough day on the set making their classic film From Here to Infirmity, Itchy and Scratchy relax with Laramie Extra Tar cigarettes. "And now there's more nico-glycerol" (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • Laramie Filters
        • Cigarettes advertised at Moe's Tavern. "Try Laramie Filters" (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Laramie High Tars
        • Cigarettes that Marge's sisters buy at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 2 episode Principal Charming) Sponsor of the Hullabalooza music festival in Capital City. (Season 7 episode Homerpalooza) Advertised in New York City. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter) Cigarettes advertised in Moe's Tavern. (Season 13 episode Treehouse of Horror XII - segment Hex and the City)
    • Laramie Jr.'s
        • Cigarettes smoked the girls in the bad girl bathroom at Springfield Elementary. (Season 3 episode Separate Vocations) Lisa makes an appearance ot the Springfield Founders Festival Parade as Little Miss Springfield, on the Laramie Jr. Cigarettes float. (Season 4 Lisa the Beauty Queen) Advertised on back of Bad Boys Life magazine that Bart reads. (Season 6 episode Lisa's Rival)
    • Laramie Slims
        • After bringing John home, the gay guy that owns Cockamamie's, the collectibles and antiques store at Springfield Mall, Homer parks Bart in front of a Laramie Slims cigarettes billboard featuring half-naked girls having a pillow fight. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia) Cigarettes sold at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Hell Toupée)
    • Laramie Tobacco Products
        • Laramie parent company that makes numerous Laramie branded cigarettes. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Laramie Ultra-Tar Kings
        • Cigarettes sold at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Hell Toupée)
        • There's a pack of Morley Cigarettes on the poker table. (episode The Case of the Shattered Dream) There's a pack of Morley Cigarettes on the desk. (episode The Case of the Fraudulent Foto) Perry Mason pulls a pack of Morley Cigarettes out of his jacket pocket. (episode The Case of the Romantic Rogue) There's a pack of Morley Cigarettes on the table in the cabin. (episode The Case of the Ill-Fated Faker)
        • Seen in episodes: Nightmare at 20,000 Feet, The Thirty Fathom Grave, In Praise of Pip, Living Doll and Stopover in a Quiet Town.
        • Mannix finds a pack in a suitcase in the episode All Around the Money Tree.
        • George smokes Morley Cigarettes trying to repel Susan in episode The Invitations.
        • A customer at the Roadhouse hands a pack of Morley Cigarettes filled with cash to a Twin Peaks police officer. (Season 3)
        • The man on the motorized couch is smoking Morley Cigarettes in the video for Because I Got High.
        • Mark finds a pack in his daughter Rachel's room with a condom in it in episode Beyond Repair.
        • Peter finds a Morley cigarette butt in the Millenium Group's basement in episode The Time is Now.
        • Red tells Eric to smoke an entire pack of Morleys when he gets caught with cigarettes at school in the episode Eric Gets Suspended.
        • Charley has a pack in front of him on the table when he meets with the police.
        • Nathan Muir leaves a pack of Morley Cigarettes on a CIA official's desk as a means of distraction which he uses to obtain some confidential information.
        • Jack smokes Morley Cigarettes when posing as a German buyer.
        • Fay Gussman smokes Morley CIgarettes outside of the camper. (Season 11 episode Bulletproof)
        • When Evie frames Tracy, and Tracy's purse is dumped out on the table, there's a pack of Morley Cigarettes, the same fictional brand that Cigarette Smoking Man from The X-Files smokes.
        • There's an advertisement for Morley Cigarettes in the magazine that Rose is holding on the plane. (episode LA X)
        • Allison brings food and cigarettes to Cynthia in prison in season 4 episode 3.
        • One of Grace's suspects smokes Morley Cigarettes in episode It's a Fierce, White-Hot, Mighty Love.
        • The greeter at the Work Bench has a back of Morleys in episode The Devil and Sam Oliver.
        • When a group of boys finds a dead body in a convertible, one of them steals a pack of Morley Cigarettes off the dashboard.
        • Dale is seen smoking Morley Cigarettes on multiple occasions. A carton is also seen in Alexandria pantry in season 6 episode 2.
        • There's a pack of Morley Cigarettes on the cover of Pleasure Gap's 2015 album Cream Wave.
        • Sherbet Lock reveals that both she and Belinda Darwin both favor Morley cigarettes. (Short story: Milk)
        • Robert De Niro pulls a pack of Lights out of pocket of dead man.
        • Packs of Morley Cigarettes can be seen on the shelves when Steve talks to his imaginary friend, Dog.
        • Lisa Prince holds a pack of Morley Cigarettes outside a roadside diner. (Episode Please Refrain from Crying)
        • Benjamin Davis and Lance Flores find a pack of Morley Cigarettes while searching for cartel members.
    • Morlino Cigarettes
        • Cigarette brand for sale at convenience store where Annie buys a pack of Stutton cigarettes.
    • Phlegm Fatale Cigarettes
        • Cigarette brand seen in various episodes (Season 2 episodes A Song for Margo, Frankie and Ellie Get Lost)
    • Portsmouth Cigarettes
        • Cigarette advertisement at Eric's Expert Service gas station where Sawyer plays a jewelry con. (Season 2 episode The Long Con)
    • The President's Humidor
        • Murdock wins big on Wheel of Fortune, including "the President's Humidor” from Humidors-R-Us. "It holds up to 50 cigars, guarantees to keep them fresh for over a year.” Additionally, he wins 50 El Capitan cigars from Carlos y Carlos. "The finest in smooth tobaccos” (Season 4 episode Wheel of Fortune)
    • Red Apple
        • Butch buys a pack of Red Apple Cigarettes at Marsellus Wallace's bar, Mia Wallace smokes Red Apple Cigarettes at Jack Rabbit Slim's.
    • Savvy Indian Chewing Tobacco
        • Tobacco product Jay is forced to advertise on his show. "It's not just for Indians." (Season 1 episode Uneasy Rider)
    • Specific No. 1 Snuff
        • After parking the departments speedy beefed-up hovercar on the roof of the San Francisco Hall of Justice on Lombard Street, bounty hunter Rick Deckard, briefcase in hand, descended to Harry Bryant's office. "You're back awfully soon," his superior said, leaning back in his chair and taking a pinch of Specific No. 1 snuff.
    • Spit Brothers Chewing Tobacco
        • Abe Simpson's brand choice of chewing tobacco. Bart swipes his spittoon, so Abe spits in Lisa's saxophone. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare - deleted scene)
    • Tarrlytons Cigarettes
        • Tobacco product in the ridiculously stupid future.

        • "If you don't smoke Tarrlytons... Fuck you!"
        • "Warning: The Surgeon General Has One Lung And A Voicebox But he Could Still Kick Your Sorry Ass."
        • Manufactured by Cornholio Enterprises, a nod to Beavis & Butt-Head, also created by Mike Judge.
        • The Surgeon General appears in this ad courtesy of the Federal Government.
    • Toothless Joe's Bubblegum-Flavored Chewing Product
        • Gum that Bart and Milhouse chew in their all-syrup super squishie induced Broadway adventure. (Season 5 episode Boy Scouts N the Hood)
    • T'ien-lais
        • Brand of marijuana cigarettes Frank smokes, and shares with Ed: "Frink passed him his package of T'ien-lais, the 'Heavenly Music' brand he had learned to smoke at W-M Corporation."
    • Victory Cigarettes
        • Instantly his face turned scarlet and the water ran out of his eyes. The stuff was like nitric acid, and moreover, in swallowing it one had the sensation of being hit on the back of the head with a rubber club. The next moment, however, the burning in his belly died down and the world began to look more cheerful. He took a cigarette from a crumpled packet marked VICTORY CIGARETTES and incautiously held it upright, whereupon the tobacco fell out on to the floor. With the next he was more successful. He went back to the living room and sat down at a small table that stood to the left of the telescreen. From the table drawer he took out a penholder, a bottle of ink, and a thick, quarto-sized blank book with a red back and a marbled cover.
    • Wilmington Cigarettes
        • Jesse's cigarettes, where he stashes the ricin in his lucky cigarette that Walt cooked for him to kill Gus. (Season 4 episodes Problem Dog, Bug)
    • Zuban Cigars
        • The finest cigars in the Universe, parody of Cuban cigars from Zuban 5, a planet with over 29 million years of culture, when emperor Nimballa ruled it.

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