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  • Toy Products
    • 39 Jump Street: The Electronic Target Game
        • Fake game from movie credits. Mr. Walters says: Don't shoot my dicks!! For ages 5 to adult. Batteries not included.

    • A-Train Action Figure
        • A dying kid's Make-A-Wish Foundation type wish is to meet Translucent, but when he goes missing-Train fills in, taking the kid an A-Train action figure. (Season 1 episode Cherry) A-Train mentions Hughie having a Special Comic Con edition (Season 1 episode The Self-Preservation Society)
    • A.E.G.I.S. Agent Action Figure
        • Toy available for sale at the A.E.G.I.S. Open House event in The City. (Season 2 episode Categorically Speaking)
    • A.E.G.I.S. Agent Action Figures & Motorcycle
        • Toy available for sale at the A.E.G.I.S. Open House event in The City. (Season 2 episode Categorically Speaking)
    • A.E.G.I.S. Intelligence Drone
        • Toy available for sale at the A.E.G.I.S. Open House event in The City. (Season 2 episode Categorically Speaking)
    • ACME Curve Ball
        • Box visible in the ACME warehouse that gets knocked over when a police detective demonstrates a toon retractable hammer weapon.
    • ACME Disappearing Reappearing Ink
        • Product of the Acme Corporation used by Marvin Acme to write his will in Who Framed Roger Rabbit. It's a special type of ink that can, as its name suggests, disappear and reappear at almost any time.
    • ACME Pogo Sticks
        • Box visible in the ACME warehouse. Valiant hops on one when he's distracting the Toon Patrol weasels in the ACME warehouse.
    • Adam DeMamp Action Figures
        • Adam tells his manager to scrap his idea for the Muff Diver's Kit because he wants action figures instead. (Season 7 episode Party Gawds)
    • Adult Clue
        • Game Jake says his father had when he was a boy. All the murder weapons were sex toys. (Season 5 episode Two Turkeys)
    • Al Gore Doll
        • Toy that Martin buys with the gang's last ten bucks. Pull the string, and it says, "You are hearing me talk." (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • ALF Board Game
        • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network, from the Season 2 DVD menus.
    • ALF Bobblehead
        • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network, from the Season 2 DVD menus.
    • ALF Inflatable Doll
        • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network, from the Season 2 DVD menus. "Just like the real thing. ALF used one on Melmac to drive in the carpool lane."
    • ALF Lunch Box
        • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network, from the Season 2 DVD menus.
    • ALF Plush Doll
        • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network, from the Season 2 DVD menus.
    • ALF Pogs
        • Toys Milhouse buys with the money he made from selling Bart's soul to the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • Baby I Have To Tinkle Doll
        • The name of the doll that Daphne's mum Gertrude has delivered to Jason at his junior high, the little boy she's feuding with (Season 10 Tales from the Crypt)
    • Bang Time Bomb
        • Illegal firework sold at the Li'l Valu-Mart in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Barbie Hoverport
        • Toy that Jeri, the receptionist at Kronish Laboraties, mentions to Josh, her equivalent of the hoverboard from her version of Back to the Future II, a clear indicator to Josh that even more has changed than he was aware since his trip to the past. (Season 1 episode A Riphole in Time)
    • Bart Simpson Button
        • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous)
    • Bart Simpson Chess Set
        • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Bart Simpson Knapsack
        • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Bart Simpson Lunchbox
        • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • The Be Sharps Funny Foam
        • Merchandise sold to capitalize on the success of Homer's barbershop quartet, The Be Sharps. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet)
    • The Be Sharps Lunchbox
        • Merchandise sold to capitalize on the success of Homer's barbershop quartet, The Be Sharps. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet)
    • The Beatles Jr. Guitar
        • Beatles branded product in Ned Flanders' secret Beatles memorabilia room. (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
    • Belles, Bourbon And Bullets
        • A murder mystery dinner party game. (Season 6 episode Murder)
    • Bible Trivia
        • Chapter 19. Board game from the good people of Tender Branson Enterprises, a mistake that Tender Branson wants to clean up before the plane goes down or before the flight recorder tape runs out. As if anything God says is trivial.
    • The Big One
        • Sid buys The Big One rocket from Ill Eagle Fireworks Inc. Extremely dangerous. Keep out of reach of children.
    • Billiard Buddy Pool Table Adapter
        • New Billiards table (and more) that Coach buys for the bar (Season 3 episode 15 King of the Hill)
    • Bouillabaseball Trading Cards
        • Trading cards with sports figures from a sport on ALF's home planet Melmac, a game played on ice using fish parts as a ball. Each pack comes with a stick of cat-flavored gum, either Tabby or Persian (Season 2 episode Oh Pretty Woman)
    • Bright Color Assailant
        • Illegal firework sold at the Li'l Valu-Mart in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Capital City Monopoly
        • Milhouse brings Lisa the Capital City version of Monopoly. "Baltic Avenue is now Wayne Street." (Season 15 episode Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore)
    • Captain Latvia
        • The action figure that Boyle promised Nikolaj he would get him for Christmas. (Season 4 episode Captain Latvia)
    • Cash Action Figure
        • Spectrum action figure based on Wray's characters (Season 1 episode 6 A Fluid Thing)
    • China Wow! Smoke From Nowhere
        • Magic product featured in the "Product Recalls" section of Poof, a magazine for magicians: "Not for use near rabbits, mice, bees, doves or colonizing animals." (Season 4)
    • Chrome Lightning
        • Gift Audrey gives to both Nathan and Duke in Season 2 episode 13 Silent Night, a snow sledding disc.
    • Church Burners
        • Fireworks Joe Dirt mentions at the fireworks stand.
    • Clay D'oh
        • Product sold at Teenage Wasteland, "Springfield's #1 hobby shop". (Season 14 episode 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky)
    • Clay Play
        • Craft kit in the Simpsons closet that Marge suggests, but Lisa rejects. (Season 10 episode Sunday Cruddy Sunday)
    • Clucketeer Keychain
        • Product Hurley offers Desmond when approached while eating a bucket of chicken at one of his Mr. Cluck's restaurants. (Season 6 episode Everybody Loves Hugo)
    • The Cones Of Dunshire
        • Role-playing game that Ben creates while he's out of work. (Season 6 episode The Cones of Dunshire) Ben's game takes off (Season 6 episode Movin' Up) NBC worked with Mayfair Games to create a fully playable, though incredibly complicated, version of the game.
        • Two wizards, a Maverick, the arbiter, two warriors, a corporal, and a ledgerman. Now, the ledgerman just keeps score, and he wears this hat. The object is to accumulate cones. Four cones wins, but in order to get a cone, you have to build a civilization.
        • Are the cones a metaphor? Well, yes and no.
        • There can't be an alchemist of the Hinterlands. The Hinterlands is a shadow kingdom that can only sustain a provost or a denier.
    • Cones Of Dunshire: Winds Of Tremorrah
        • Ben's new board game sequel to Cones of Dunshire, the ninth-highest selling multi-player figurine-based strategy fantasy sequel game in history. (Season 7 episode One Last Ride)
    • Cosmic Turbo Fighter Jet
        • Toy that the child on Arturo as Mall Santa's lap wants for Christmas on the Christmas shopping world. (Season 3 episode Season's Greetings)
    • Crap Flappers
        • Fireworks Joe Dirt mentions at the fireworks stand.
    • Crying Tammy Doll
        • New doll developed by the Tieup Toy Corp, reference to Tammy Faye Bakker. "She's born again for Christmas" (Season 2 episode Sledge in Toyland)
    • Deputy Director Barbie
        • Toy Ron considers including in his portrait.Ron: "Which of these objects most represents women for this portrait? A pot? Or this Deputy Director Barbie? Isn't it adorable? She's got a little briefcase, her cell phone." (Season 2 episode Woman of the Year)
    • Determination
        • Fake pinball game Charlie rattles off about during a drunken haze in episode Charlie Gets the Party Started.
    • Dharma Initiative Balloons
        • Dharma branded product. (episode Namaste)
    • Dharma Initiative Playing Cards
        • Dharma branded game product. (episode Lockdown)
    • DinoSponges
        • Dinosaur shaped sponge toy that's supposed to grow to monstrous heights that Bart uses to scare Lisa. It doesn't work. "Dampen me for dinosaur terror" (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • Downbeat
        • Dice game Rick's daughter plays with the robot family Rick creates while he and the kids are really living in the Death Stalkers' post apocalyptic world. A "Downbeat” refers to what characters are doing at the beginning of a new scene. Instead of writing an actual downbeat, they just named the game they're playing Downbeat. (Season 3 episode 2 Rickmancing the Stone)

    • Dr. Potato Famine
        • Action figure that Brian's friend Spencer's dad's secretary gave him (Season 1 episode It's Not Easy Being Green)
    • Duopoly
        • Simpsons version of Monopoly. Bart packs up his childhood toys and sends them off on a viking funeral. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • The Ears Have It
        • Boardgame where you wear a pair of animal ears and have to guess which animal. Seen in multiple season 6 episodes.
    • Ecto-goo
        • Toy product Frasier and Niles comment on at the toy store (Season 3 episode Frasier Grinch)
    • Edna Krabappoly
        • When Marge suggests the Simpsons play Monopoly, Lisa asks which version. They've got Star Wars Monopoly, Rasta-Mon-Opoly, Galip-olopoly, Edna Krabappoly. (Season 13 episode Brawl in the Family)
    • Eric Axel's Ultimate Magic Kit
        • Magic kit a young Michael buys to complete in the Mr. Bluth Talent Pageant, as seen in flashback sequence. "Feel the wonder inside you" (Season 5 episode The Untethered Sole)
    • Eve's Apples
        • What Lee said Eve's Cherries cherry bombs should have been called.
    • Finger Blasters
        • Fireworks Joe Dirt mentions at the fireworks stand.
    • Flaming Stinker
        • Illegal firework sold at the Li'l Valu-Mart in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Funzo
        • Soft and cuddly toy with lots of firepower made by Kid First Industries. The first doll designed by children, for children, will all the profits going to children. "If you don't have Funzo, you're nothing." (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)
    • Funzo's Dream Fortress
        • Funzo-themed Kids clubhouse. Funzo, as in the soft and cuddly toy with lots of firepower made by Kid First Industries. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)
    • Fuzz Buttles
        • Fireworks Joe Dirt mentions at the fireworks stand.
    • G.I. Joe Mutineers
        • The study group's division of G.I. Joe in Season 5 episode 11 G.I. Jeff.
    • G.I. WAYNE
        • Joke Charlie makes about making money writing serial killer Wayne's life story - an action figure with super stabbing action. (Episode Charlie Sets Jordan Up with a Serial Killer)
    • Galip-olopoly
        • When Marge suggests the Simpsons play Monopoly, Lisa asks which version. They've got Star Wars Monopoly, Rasta-Mon-Opoly, Galip-olopoly, Edna Krabappoly. (Season 13 episode Brawl in the Family)
    • The Game of County Seats.
        • Board game in the Simpson's closet. Lisa finds the zoning disc is warped when she opens the box. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)
    • Game Of Life
        • Board game Nathan asks Mara to play in the cabin when he's trying to get Audrey to come out.
    • Game Time Model 36x
        • Slot machine delivered to Cheers (Season 11 episode 3 The King of Beers)
    • Genuine Fire Extinguisher
        • Practical joke product sold at Yuk-Ingham Palace that expels fake snakes instead of putting out fires. (Season 9 episode Lost Our Lisa)
    • Ginger Joe Action Figure
        • Fictitious G.I. Joe action figure. Code name: Sunstroke, comes with a floppy hat, mole-checking kit and sunscreen (Season 1 episode 6 A Fluid Thing)
    • The Girls Of The Internet Playing Cards
        • Nudie playing cards that Moe brings to poker night at Homer's house. (Season 6 episode The Springfield Connection)
    • Good Samaritan
        • Religious board game Bart plays over at the Flanders house when Homer takes Marge to the hospital to give birth to Lisa. (Season 4 episode Lisa's First Word)
    • Goofy Ball
        • Toy ball. "It makes this noise for a while, you know. Kids throw it around. Then after a certain amount of time, a voice alarm goes off. And who's ever holding it loses." (Season 2 episode Goofy Ball)
    • Goofy Clay
        • Mentioned in a couple of the newspaper articles on Danny Glover's obsession wall. Headlines: Missing Man Discovered at Bizarre Murder Scene and Psychopath Teaches Sick Life Lessons. Articles aren't actually related to the headlines. "A fourteen year old boy playing with Goofy Clay, a popular children's toy for half a century, caused an explosion that blew the roof off his family's trailer home, killing himself instantly."
    • Gut Busters
        • Fireworks Joe Dirt mentions at the fireworks stand.
    • The Hammer Of Thor
        • Bowling ball Homer mentions in the Bowl Earth Catalog. It will send your pins to Valhalla. (Season 1 episode The Telltale Head)
    • Happy Fun Ball
        • Warning: Happy Fun Ball may suddenly accelerate to dangerous speeds. Happy Fun Ball contains a liquid core, which, if exposed to rupture, should not be touched, inhaled or looked at.
    • Heart Attack Powder
        • Practical joke product sold at joke shop Yuk-Ingham Palace, along with Itching Powder and Impotence Powder. (Season 9 episode Lost Our Lisa)
    • Hippo in The House
        • Boardgame in the Simpsons' house. The hippo is missing. (Season 10 episode Wild Barts Can't Be Broken)
    • Honkey Lighters
        • Fireworks Joe Dirt mentions at the fireworks stand.
    • Hoosker Don'ts
        • Fireworks Joe Dirt mentions at the fireworks stand.
    • Hoosker Doos
        • Fireworks Joe Dirt mentions at the fireworks stand.
    • Hot Tires Lunchbox
        • Retro lunchbox for sale at Cockamamie's, a collectibles and antiques store at Springfield Mall. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • How To Build Your Own Space Shuttle With Household Items
        • A mail order kit Lane's brother orders.
    • Humor Putty
        • Simpsons version of Silly Putty. Bart packs up his childhood toys and sends them off on a viking funeral. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Icky Nasty Ooze
        • Toy that the child on Arturo as Mall Santa's lap wants for Christmas on the Christmas shopping world. (Season 3 episode Season's Greetings)
    • The Immortal Official Sleeping Bag
        • Sleeping bag Arthur had when he was at computer camp, until some kid filled it up with rocks and dumped in Lake Cannepaqui. (Episode The Funeral)
    • Impotence Powder
        • Practical joke product sold at joke shop Yuk-Ingham Palace, along with Itching Powder and Heart Attack Powder. (Season 9 episode Lost Our Lisa)
    • Indestructible Baseball Bat
        • Toy Beth apparently asked Rick to create for her when she was a child - one of the many items that Rick pulls out of a box in the garage to prove to Beth just how disturbed of a child she was growing up. (Season 3 episode The ABC's of Beth)
    • Itchy & Scratchy Cel
        • Item for sale on the Impulse Buying Network. Hand-drawn animation cels, each one is absolutely, positively, 100% guaranteed to increase in value. (Season 5 episode Lady Bouvier's Lover)
    • Jericho
        • Board game at the Flanders house. It doesn't come with dice, because dice are wicked. (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter)
    • Jumanji (board Game)
        • While the primary focus of the new movie is based around the concept of a Jumanji video game, the original board game is shown as well.
    • Jump Street Action Figures
        • Fake action figures from the credits. Figures each sold separately.

    • Junior Homelander Cuddle Doll
        • Homelander doll. Your little hero will never be afraid with the Junior Homelander Cuddle Doll. "I'll always protect you." (Season 1 episode Cherry)
    • Junior Miss Flamethrower
        • Toy gun made by the Audie Murphy Toy Company that runs on ordinary lighter fluid.
    • Katty Kathy
        • There are ten other bedrooms and some bathrooms, and I go room to room. Towels burn. Bathroom inferno! Chanel Number Five, it burns. Oil paintings of race horses and dead pheasants burn. The reproduction Oriental carpets burn. Evie's bad dried flower arrangements, they're these little tabletop infernos. Too cute! Evie's Katty Kathy doll, it melts, then it burns. Evie's collection of big carnival stuffedanimals—Cootie, Poochie, Pam-Pam, Mr. Bunnits, Choochie, Poo Poo, and Ringer—it's a fun-fur holocaust. Too sweet. Too precious.
    • Kiddies First Tattoo Kit
        • Kit the new tattoo shop is handing out to kids (Season 4 episode 1 The Boy with the Pancakes Tattoo)
    • Kisses-make-me-boogie-o'lantern
        • Plastic pumpkin toy that Marge gives Bart for Love Day. "Kiss it and make it boogie" (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
    • Kitty Karry All
        • Wanda practices changing diapers on a Kitty Karry All, Cindy Brady's doll from The Brady Bunch. (Season 1 episode Now in Color)
    • Kreepee Board
        • Toy for kids, Ben Stiller Show version of the Ouija board. "Doomed souls wander the earth unfit for heaven or hell and they're waiting to talk to you!" (Episode ZooTV at Night)
    • Krusty Brand Geiger Counter
        • Toy that Lisa uses on Homer's class two plutonium fission reactor that he built in the basement.
    • Krusty Brand Operation
        • Game that Ned buys for Bart trying to outdo Homer in the Christmas spirit. (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
    • Krusty Speak and Say
        • Krusty branded educational toy for sale at Try 'N' Save. "S is for shiksa” (Season 10 episode Lard of the Dance)
    • Krusty the Clown Lunchbox
        • Licensed product Bart takes to his new school (Season 1 episode Bart the Genius) Lunchbox for sale at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode The Day the Violence Died)
    • Krusty the Clown Talking Doll
        • Episode Treehouse of Horror III. from the story 'Clown without Pity' in which Homer buys a talking Krusty the Clown doll for Bart from a store like the one from Gremlins where the guy bought Gizmo.
    • Krustysaurus
        • Bart gets a Happy Meal with a Plastic Krustysaurus as a prize - a dinosaur with Krusty's head, and Abe gets a Nostalgia Meal with 2 ration stamps and an artillery shell full of oleo, plus a Liberace action figure prize. (Season 3 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
    • Leather Craft
        • Craft kit in the Simpsons closet that Marge suggests, but Lisa rejects: Those poor helpless cows. (Season 10 episode Sunday Cruddy Sunday) Product sold at Teenage Wasteland, "Springfield's #1 hobby shop". (Season 14 episode 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky)
    • Libido
        • The naughty word scramble game. Board game at Edna Krabappel's bachelorette party. (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)
    • Lie-detecting Doll
        • Tool Beth apparently asked Rick to create for her when she was a child - one of the many items that Rick pulls out of a box in the garage to prove to Beth just how disturbed of a child she was growing up. (Season 3 episode The ABC's of Beth)
    • Lil Leonardo
        • Paint by numbers craft kit that Marge pulls out of the closet, gift from Aunt Patty. Rigid and uncreative, according to Lisa.(Season 10 episode Sunday Cruddy Sunday)
    • Linguo
        • The grammar robot that Lisa builds all by herself. "If you misuse language he'll correct you." (Season 12 episode Trilogy of Error)
    • Lisa Lionheart
        • New doll Lisa creates with the help of the original Malibu Stacy founder. Lisa's original name suggestion is Minerva, after the Roman goddess of wisdom. Name suggestions from Bart include Blabbermouth the Jerky Doll for Jerks, Wendy Windbag, Ugly Doris, Hortense, the Mule-Faced Doll, Loudmouth Lisa, and Stupid Lisa Garbage Face. (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy) Doll that Lisa created with the original Malibu Stacy founder in Season 5 that Marge finds in the attic and sells at the Evergreen Terrace Rummage Sale. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors)
    • Little GuyGuy Action Figure
        • Replica movie prop sold on FGC, a fictional home shopping channel selling Free Guy merchandise. (The Free Guy "Limited Time Offer" video / Trailer announcement 12/06/2019).
    • Living Brain
        • Educational toy product Frasier and Niles comment on at the toy store (Season 3 episode Frasier Grinch)
    • Li'l Bastard Clock Tampering Kit
        • Mrs. Krabappel informs that class that since the school clocks have been running fast all semester, today they have to stay two extra hours to make up for the time lost. Bart groans and glances down at the Lil Bastard Clock Tampering Kit in his desk. (Season 5 episode The Boy Who Knew Too Much)
    • Li'l Bastard General Mischief Kit
        • Kit Bart takes with him to the Movementarian agricultural compound. (Season 9 episode The Joy of Sect)
    • Li'l Bastard Traveling Kit
        • Bart's Fannie pack carrying case for the stink bomb he throws at Itchy & Scratchy Land. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Li'l Militia
        • Illegal firework sold at the Li'l Valu-Mart in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • The Looking For Mr. Goodbar Sleepytime Playset
        • Toy product commercial featuring Gilda Radner, from Mainway. (Art Garfunkel / Stephen Bishop - March 11, 1978)
    • Lord Huggington
        • When Marge gives Homer a toy bear Sir Loves-A-Lot for Love Day, he's disappointed it's not a Lord Huggington. (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
    • M-320
        • Illegal firework sold at the Li'l Valu-Mart in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport. "Celebrate the independence of your nation by blowing a small part of it." (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Magic Kit
        • Homer buys Bart a Magic Kit in the Magic Palace gift shop. "Ages 8-80". Approved by the Royal Magic College of Hyderabad, which Lisa calls a party magic college. (Season 12 episode The Great Money Caper)
    • Magic Stopwatch
        • Marge cleans out the attic, bringing Bart and Milhouse a box of comic books from the 70's, featuring ads for weird products. Bart orders the magic stopwatch. "Miracle Watch stops time" (Season 15 episode Treehouse of Horror XIV - segment Stop the World I Want to Goof Off)
    • Magna-Hattan Blocks
        • Topher's building toys, a combination of magnets and LEGO. (Season 1 episode Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship)
    • Mailbox Grenade
        • Illegal firework sold at the Li'l Valu-Mart in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Majestic Pooches Jigsaw Puzzle
        • When Hitchcock and Scully aren't getting along, Boyle comes up with the idea of making them work on a puzzle together. (Season 4 episode The Slaughterhouse)
    • Malibu Stacy
        • Lisa's favorite doll, from various episodes.
        • Jimbo steals Lisa's Malibu Stacy doll the night of the Springfield Riot, leaving behind his hat from Wooly Bully hat store, which is how Homer tracks him down. (Season 13 Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge)
        • Lisa's toy doll, parody of Barbie, featured in numerous episodes. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
        • Bart's Funzo destroys Lisa's Malibu Stacy and Bart's Krusty the Clown doll. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)
        • "They're not dolls, they're aspiration figures." (Season 12 episode Bye, Bye Nerdie)
        • Lisa watches an episode of Dollhouse Do-Overs, an HGTV home makeover show for children, featuring Malibu Stacy. (Season 15 episode Marge Versus Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays)
        • Bart gives Lisa back the Malibu Stacy head she though she'd lost. (Season 15 episode Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore)
        • Lisa serves pita, hummus, tempeh and tofu at Malibu Stacy's beach party. (Season 15 episode Smart & Smarter)
        • Homer plays Malibu Stacy with Lisa. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Malibu Stacy Alfa Romero
        • Lisa's Barbie doll parody accessory, which Lisa gives away because it was bought with dirty money. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
    • Malibu Stacy Chinchilla Coat
        • Lisa's Barbie doll parody accessory, which Lisa gives away because it was bought with dirty money. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
    • Malibu Stacy Lunar Rover
        • Lisa's Barbie doll parody accessory, the only accessory Homer didn't buy for Lisa to reward her for picking winning football teams. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
    • Malibu Stacy Malibu Clinic
        • Barbie doll parody accessory, a collagen injection clinic, which Lisa gives away because it was bought with dirty money. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
    • Malibu Stacy Penthouse
        • Lisa's Barbie doll parody accessory, similar to Barbie's Dreamhouse, which Lisa gives away because it was bought with dirty money. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
    • Malibu Stacy: Achy Breaky Stacy
        • Malibu Stacy doll in the discount bin at the Valley of the Dolls toy store. (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy)
    • Malibu Stacy: Live From The Improv Stacy
        • Malibu Stacy doll in the discount bin at the Valley of the Dolls toy store. (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy)
    • Malibu Stacy: Summer Fun Set
        • Malibu Stacy doll in the discount bin at the Valley of the Dolls toy store. (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy)
    • Marauder Mo Action Figures
        • When Quark returns home to see Moogie, he can't find his stuff, including some of his childhood toys. Moogie reveals at the end of the episode that she has been keeping them in storage, and that they'd be worth more if Quark had kept them in the original packaging. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
    • MASH Coloring Book
        • Coloring book Dr. Hibbert gives Lisa to keep her occupied. (Season 4 episode Brother from the Same Planet)
    • Maude Mask
        • Toy mask souvenir sold at Praiseland, the Christian amusement park that Maude Flanders designed before she died. (Season 12 episode I'm Goin' to Praiseland)
    • Melon Patch Kids
        • New toy line ripping off Cabbage Patch Kids to be produced by Melon Enterprises. They're not orphaned children, they're abandoned children.
    • Methodist Coloring Book
        • "You've got a Methodist coloring book and you color really well, but don't color outside the lines or God will send you to hell!" (song Methodist Coloring Book)
    • Mr. Hop-Hop
        • Len, Horace Ford's friend and co-worker at the toy company, tells Horace that he just finished the design for the kangaroo toy called Mr. Hop-Hop - the name that Horace came up with the week before. (Episode The Incredible World of Horace Ford)
    • Mr. Millionaire
        • Toy action figure from joke Chandler makes when somebody asks Monica how her date went with Mr. Millionaire, also known as Pete Becker: New, from Snooty Playthings. Third wife sold separately.
    • The New Deluxe Baby Patriot Doll
        • Toy doll sold at the toy store on the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
    • Nipsy Daisers (With or without the Scooter Stick)
        • Fireworks Joe Dirt mentions at the fireworks stand.
    • NSEA Protector Evolution Heavy Cruiser Model Kit
        • Toy based on the spaceship from the Galaxy Quest TV show. (From the "Galaxy Quest 20th Anniversary: The Journey Continues" mockumentary)
    • Nukem
        • Another quality home game from Butler Brothers - parody of Battleship. Simulates deteriorating world affairs and eventual nuclear war in the comfort of your living room. To "win" the game you invade each other's countries, impose sanctions and enforce regime change, until some one gives up and launches nukes. This causes a small explosion and mushroom cloud to erupt from the top of the game console.
        • You crossed my line of death!
        • You haven't dismantled your MX stockpile!
        • Pakistan is threatening my border!
        • That's it buster - no more military aide!
        • Another quality home game from Butler Brothers
        • Get them before they get you!
    • Officer Giggle McDimples
        • Tiny little police officer toy and friend of Bo Peep. She's the head of a search and rescue organization known as Pet Patrol in a city called Miniopolis.
    • Onnyxi Play Partners
        • Toy product that Staanz scavenged. (Season 1 episode The Flax)Staanz: "Garbage? I don't touch garbage. I'm a professional scavenger. I only pick up the gems of what others throw away. I've got 9 million Onnyxi play partners. They particalize, they levitate, everything. One day, I'm going to sell these babies and make a killing. They burn good, too." (Season 1 episode The Flax)
    • Oprah's Puzzle Club: Concert in Golden Gate Park
        • Activity that Marge chooses for Family Wednesday. "The box says its the perfect way to spend the day - and why would a box lie to people?" (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • Orbit King Rocket Kit
        • Toy rocket. "With Yaw control like you've never seen." Bart buys the Orbit King Rocket Kit with Homer's credit card after seeing it advertised during a showing of the movie The Planet from Outer Space on Rain Delay Theater. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • The Outlaw Laser Robo Geek
        • Toy Martin suggests Frasier get for his son. Martin: "Hey, you know what kids really like? They've been advertising it like crazy on TV. It's great. The Outlaw Laser Robo Geek. Its head lights up and it shoots death rays out of its eyes." (Season 3 episode Frasier Grinch)
    • Parchoosey
        • Simpsons version of Parcheesi. Bart packs up his childhood toys and sends them off on a viking funeral. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Peacekeeper Barbie
        • Nickname Crichton gives to female Peacekeeper. (Season 1 episode The Hidden Memory)
    • Pennsylvania State Express: Tren De Keystone
        • Toy train Melissa picks up at the mall to cheer up Todd (Season 4 episode 13 Release the Hounds)
    • Pile Of Bullets
        • Interactive Wild West-themed VCR game from 1993 that Rachel buys Abed at Goodwill for their anniversary in Season 5 episode 9 VCR Maintenance and Educational Publishing. Abed and Annie play it to decide which roommate they're going to ask to move in (Abed's girlfriend or Annie's brother).
    • Play More With Claymore
        • Illegal firework sold at the Li'l Valu-Mart in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Poopsie The Clown
        • Toy advertised on home shopping type network on the Simpsons' new cable TV service. (Season 2 episode Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment)
    • Pretty Pony Princess Play Set
        • What Sarah Lynn gets for Christmas on the BoJack Horseman Christmas Special (instead of her dead parents)
    • Princess Unicorn
        • Dwight buys up all the Princess Unicorn dolls, the hottest toy of the season, and sells them out of the office for $200 a piece. (Season 5 episode Moroccan Christmas)
    • Psycho Cycle Conversion Kit
        • Bike kit that Milhouse and Bart use to spice up Bart's bike. (Season 15 episode I, Annoyed Grunt-Bot)
    • Puppy Goo Goo
        • Milhouse's stuffed animal. (Season 14 episode Barting Over)
        • Milhouse offers to trade his stuffed animal for Bart's T-shirt. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Rainbow Colored Duct Tape
        • Tape Beth apparently asked Rick to create for her when she was a child - one of the many items that Rick pulls out of a box in the garage to prove to Beth just how disturbed of a child she was growing up. (Season 3 episode The ABC's of Beth)
    • Rapping Toilet Seat
        • Gift sold at Goose's Gags and Gifts. "Yo yo yo keep it on the low flow!" (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Rasta-Mon-Opoly
        • When Marge suggests the Simpsons play Monopoly, Lisa asks which version. They've got Star Wars Monopoly, Rasta-Mon-Opoly, Galip-olopoly, Edna Krabappoly. (Season 13 episode Brawl in the Family)
    • Ravenous Ravenous Rhinos
        • Simpsons version of Hungry Hungry Hippos. Bart packs up his childhood toys and sends them off on a viking funeral. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Rex Mars Atomic Discombobulator
        • 50s sci-fi toy gun for sale at Cockamamie's, a collectibles and antiques store at Springfield Mall. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • Roscoe (toy)
        • Toy creature based on what appears to be a character that Disney added to the sequel of the movie adaptation of the video game A Dark Quiet Death. (Season 1 episode A Dark Quiet Death)
    • Rub-on Tattoos
        • Temporary tattoo parlor that Bart and Milhouse visit during their all-syrup super squishie induced Broadway adventure. (Season 5 episode Boy Scouts N the Hood)
    • Running Man Home Game
        • Board game based on the top rated TV game show, given out to participating members of the studio audience.
    • Sammy Spender Doll
        • Toy that the child on Arturo as Mall Santa's lap wants for Christmas on the Christmas shopping world. (Season 3 episode Season's Greetings)
    • Satan's Baby
        • Firework product Lucas wants to use to fight the Flayed. (Season 3 episode Chapter Seven: The Bite)
    • Sergeant Thug's Mountaintop Command Post
        • Dangerous toy at Kidstown toy store that Homer picks out for Maggie, complete with Deathbringer missiles that really launch. Barts ends up with it on the drive home from the mall. (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy)
    • Sideshow Bob Collector's Plates
        • New merchandise Sideshow Bob suggests when he takes over Krusty the Clown's children's TV show. (Season 1 episode Krusty Gets Busted)
    • Sideshow Bob Commemorative Coins
        • New merchandise Sideshow Bob suggests when he takes over Krusty the Clown's children's TV show. (Season 1 episode Krusty Gets Busted)
    • Sideshow Bob Limited Edition Prints
        • New merchandise that Sideshow Bob suggests when he takes over Krusty the Clown's children's TV show. (Season 1 episode Krusty Gets Busted)
    • Sir Loves-A-Lot
        • When Marge gives Homer a toy bear Sir Loves-A-Lot for Love Day, he's disappointed it's not a Lord Huggington. (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
    • Sketch A Etch
        • The Simpsons version of the real children's toy Etch A Sketch, from the episode's couch gag. (Season 14 episodes Large Marge, I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
        • Simpsons version of Etch a Sketch. Bart packs up his childhood toys and sends them off on a viking funeral. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Sketch Cool
        • Walt and Jesse make a thermite bomb out of a Sketch Cool, the Breaking Bad version of the popular Etch A Sketch toy, which they use to steal 30 gallons of methylamine from Southwest Analine. (Season 1 episode A No-Rough-Stuff-Type Deal)
    • Sledge Hammer Doll
        • Gift given to Sledge Hammer from the Tieup Toy Corp. (Season 2 episode Sledge in Toyland)
    • Snicker Bombs
        • Fireworks Joe Dirt mentions at the fireworks stand.
    • Sober Companion Barbie
        • Name Lacey calls Jordan when Jordan tells her she has a drinking problem. Lacey: "Yeah, I have a problem. I'm getting smothered by Sober Companion Barbie."(Episode Charlie and the Lap Dance of Doom)
    • Sock 'Em Knock 'Em Cyborgs
        • Simpsons version of Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots. Bart packs up his childhood toys and sends them off on a viking funeral. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Spaceballs: The Coloring Book
        • Spaceballs merchandise - Spaceballs branded coloring book.
    • Spaceballs: The Doll (Yogurt)
        • Spaceballs merchandise - Spaceballs themed doll. "May the schwartz be with you!"
    • Spaceballs: The Lunch Box
        • Spaceballs merchandise - Spaceballs branded lunch box.
    • Sparkhead
        • Toy in the box Carla brings to the Cranes that Frasier remembers from his childhood (Season 9 episode 10 Bad Neighbor Sam)
    • Sparkling Joy Bazooka
        • Illegal firework sold at the Li'l Valu-Mart in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Spirogram
        • Simpsons version of Spirograph. Bart packs up his childhood toys and sends them off on a viking funeral. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Spleen Splitters
        • Fireworks Joe Dirt mentions at the fireworks stand.
    • Spoink
        • Boardgame in Josh's bedroom in the simulation, the proof that he actually is in a simulation, as he discovers that the new member of the resistance is actually a character on the back of the box. "The pig spanking sensation." (Season 2 episode Countdown to Prologue)
        • Toilet prank kit that backfires on Homer when he tries to trick Bart. (Season 15 episode Smart & Smarter)
    • The Stealth Bowler
        • Bowling ball Homer mentions in the Bowl Earth Catalog. The pins don't know what hit them. (Season 1 episode The Telltale Head)
    • Story Train
        • Comes with car after car of enemies, lovers and Goomby, all grappling with the nature of who you truly are. www.story-train.com (Season 4 episode Never Ricking Morty)
    • Super Slugfest
        • Home video game Bart and Homer play. Bart destroys Homer, and later Homer has a nightmare about it and wakes up screaming. (Season 1 episode Moaning Lisa)
    • Superstar Celebrity Microphone
        • Microphone that lets your hear your voice through any AM radio - Homer's birthday present for Bart. (Season 3 episode Radio Bart)
    • Suzy Talks-A-Lot
        • Talking doll. Buddy asks a little girl at the doctor's office what she wants for Christmas. Later, his brother Michael reads her wish on the air.
    • Talking Krusty Doll!
        • Toy that Homer buys for Bart for his birthday. (Season 4 episode Treehouse of Horror III - segment: Clown Without Pity)
    • Talking Malibu Stacy
        • New Malibu Stacy doll for sale at the Valley of the Dolls toy store. (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy)
    • Talky Tina
        • Episode The Living Doll. Talky Tina, a doll that does everything, a lifelike creation of plastic and springs and painted smile.
    • Teddy Bear With Anatomically Correct Innards
        • Toy Beth apparently asked Rick to create for her when she was a child - one of the many items that Rick pulls out of a box in the garage to prove to Beth just how disturbed of a child she was growing up. (Season 3 episode The ABC's of Beth)
    • Tickle Me Tolstoy Doll
        • Joke Frasier makes to Niles. Niles: "This better be a real emergency, Frasier. You pulled me away from the Gifted Infants Toy Expo." Frasier: "Yes, yes, you missed out on buying a Tickle Me Tolstoy doll." (Season 11 episode Coots and Ladders)
    • Tickle-Me Hellmo
        • Doll from issue #1, parody of Elmo. First few levels of "tickle" responses: Level 1: Hellmo giggles when squeezed! Level 2: Vibrates with glee! Level 3: Hellmo begins to question the nature of the relationship (Why do you keep touching me?)...
    • Time Ryder And The Chrono Teens Action Figures
        • Time Ryder action figure toy products on Sue Hirsch's shelf. (Season 1 episode Chronos)
    • Time Ryder And The Chrono Teens Board Game
        • Time Ryder themed board game on Sue Hirsch's shelf. (Season 1 episode Chronos)
    • Time Ryder And The Chrono Teens Puzzle
        • Time Ryder themed puzzle product on Sue Hirsch's shelf. (Season 1 episode Chronos)
    • Turbo Diary
        • Bart and Lisa watch a commercial for Turbo Diary from Girltech, a division of Boytech. "No one can read your secrets but you” (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Turbo Kid Action Figure
        • There's a Turbo Kid action figure from the film Turbo Kid in Davey's closet.
    • Turbo Man (Action Figure)
        • Action figure with arms and legs that move, the boomerang, the rocking rolling jetpack and the voice activator that says 5 different phrases, including "It's Turbo Time!" Accessories sold separately. Batteries not included.
    • Welfare Queen Doll
        • Durable and strong action figure. (Season 2 episode The Good Twin)
    • Whisker Biscuits
        • Fireworks Joe Dirt mentions at the fireworks stand.
    • Whistling Menace
        • Illegal firework sold at the Li'l Valu-Mart in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Whistlin' Bungholes
        • Fireworks Joe Dirt mentions at the fireworks stand.
    • Whistlin' Kitty Chaser
        • Fireworks Joe Dirt mentions at the fireworks stand.
    • White Chess
        • Board game. Sponsor of the Ingraham Angle on Fox. "All the pieces are white and everybody wins". (2018 episode with host Steve Carrell)
    • Wilma Talk
        • Guy mentions having a Willie Talk ventriloquist dummy when he was a kid, which was a real doll, but he also mentions a female version called Wilma Talk, which was not. (Season 4 episode Little Homie)
    • Wrench Pinball Game
        • There's a Wrench-themed pinball game in George Michael's office, based on the MOses Taylor TV show from Season 2. (Season 5 episode Saving for Arraignment Day)
    • The X-500 Advance Model
        • Rocking horse model. Package reads "He's our best". Kid flew off the horse and only his feet are sticking out of the wall.
    • Yang Tse Doodle
        • Illegal firework sold at the Li'l Valu-Mart in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Zippity Do Das
        • Fireworks Joe Dirt mentions at the fireworks stand.

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