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  • Water
    • Alkali Lake
        • According to Charles, the location of an abandoned military compound that may provide Logan with a clue to his identity.
    • Amburg Region Of The Edylmann River Basin
        • From the Advanced Dungeons and Dragons episode.
    • Arcadia
        • The four rivers in the topopolis space habitat known as Heaven's River are Arcadia, Utopia, Nirvana and Paradise. (Heaven's River)
    • Archimedes Lake
        • Carter and Stark go to talk to Dr. Todd while he is fishing (Episode Try, Try Again)
    • Baby Seal Beach
        • Beach where oil tanker crashed and spilled oil - and Marge takes the girls to help clean up. (Season 8 episode Bart After Dark)
    • Barbosa Lake
        • South Bay's hidden gem. Based on map location, actually San Felipe lake near San Jose - though it wasn't filmed there.
    • Barefoot Lake
        • Lake in Pawnee. Cleaning it up is listed as one of the things that Leslie is for in her campaign ad. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
    • The Bermuda Tetrahedron
        • An Oceanic aircraft tail is found in the Bermuda Tetrahedron. (episode Mobius Dick)
    • Biburgen River
        • WPIG DJ Handsome Dan's secretary Bjergen Kjergen (Drew Barrymore) is from Sweden - Knuergen, a town near the Bjorgen Fjords in the Klargen Province, near the Biburgen River.
    • Biggs Canal
        • The name that soldier Biggs gives to a canal on Mars"I christen thee, I christen thee, I christen thee — " said Biggs thickly. "I christen thee Biggs, Biggs, Biggs Canal — " (Chapter: And the Moon be Still as Bright)
    • The Bjorgen Fjords
        • WPIG DJ Handsome Dan's secretary Bjergen Kjergen (Drew Barrymore) is from Sweden - Knuergen, a town near the Bjorgen Fjords in the Klargen Province, near the Biburgen River.
    • Black Beacon Reservoir
        • Storm waters have just breached the dam at Black Beacon Reservoir. A flash flood alert is in effect. Take immediate precautions.
    • Black Beacon Sound
        • Body of water to the northeast of New Penzance Island, famous for the ferocious and well-documented storm which will strike from the east on the 5th of September.
    • Black River
        • River on Mars: "They came to the strange blue lands and put their names upon the lands. Here was Hinkston Creek and Lustig Corners and Black River and Driscoll Forest and Peregrine Mountain and Wilder Town, all the names of people and the things that the people did." (The Naming of Names)
    • Borrow's Cove
        • Cove on Goat Island, where the phone lines might have gone down when Vera is talking to Annie Phillips on the phone, causing crackling on the line. (story The Reach)
    • Bullseye
        • Sea on Ragnarok in the crater that was created by one of the Bob's first attempt to bring an iceberg through the atmosphere.
    • The Bwenelli Atoll
        • Location on the planet Fanalla, mentioned when Ford reminisces about the good old days. "They worked out of a hut on the Bwenelli Atoll on Fanalla before the Riktanarqals and the Danqueds vertled it."
    • The Calm Belts
        • Regions similar to the Horse latitudes, which experience almost no wind and ocean currents and are breeding ground for the huge sea creatures called neptunians.
        • Frozen lake where Alan Pangborn finds missing child Henry Deaver. (Season 1 episode Severance)
    • Catfish Lake
        • Home of General Sherman, a freakishly big catfish. Where Reverend Lovejoy holds the third annual marriage retreat at Catfish Lake - counseling for couples whose marriages are hanging by a thread, or those in need of a tune-up. (Season 2 episode The War of the Simpsons)
    • Chocolate Lake
        • Vacation spot that the Ravens mention coming out of library and stepping into the mist, where they didn't get out of bed. (Pilot episode)
    • Costa Del Lex
        • After buying up hundreds of acres of worthless desert land, Lex Luthor reprograms a missile to detonate in the San Andreas Fault, hoping to cause everything west of the fault to sink into the ocean, leaving his land as the new West Coast of the United States, with locations that he will name after himself.

    • The Cove Of Pleasure
        • Location in one of Bortus' pornographic simulation programs. (Season 2 episode Primal Urges)
    • Crater Lake
        • Lake near Smallville, site of high school party. (Season 1 episode Cool) Lake where Lana and Clark's mysterious new friend Byron supposedly drowned years ago, according to his father. (Season 2 episode Nocturne) Lake Chloe mentions, where she lost her keys. (Season 3 episode Extinction) Clark dreams that he goes swimming - and then skinny-dipping - with Lana. (Season 3 episode Slumber) After Lex is attacked at the mansion, he tells Clark that his security guard Darius is probably at the bottom of Crater Lake by now. (Season 3 episode Shattered)
    • Cross Lake
        • Where two farmers search for the body of a dead cow., in which Piranha eggs hatch, killing the farmers.
    • Crystal Beach
        • Location in the original Striking Vipers video game. (Season 5 episode Striking Vipers)
        • Homer tracks down Marge after she is kidnapped by the real Hell's Satans motorcycle gang at the Crystal Lake Campground. (Season 11 episode Take My Wife, Sleaze)
    • Damogran Sea
        • Sea on the planet Damogran. "A government spider sidled up to him and attempted to press a copy of his prepared speech into his hands. Pages three to seven of the original version were at the moment floating soggily on the Damogran sea some five miles out from the bay. Pages one and two had been salvaged by a Damogran Frond Crested Eagle and had already become incorporated into an extraordinary new form of nest which the eagle had invented. It was constructed largely of Papier-mâché and it was virtually impossible for a newly hatched baby eagle to break out of it."
    • Danford Creek
        • Creek that Bob mentions when constructing the map of Hawkins from Will's drawings. (Season 2 episode Chapter Five: Dig Dug)
        • Fictional lake in Maine, visible on the map during the opening credits for season 2 - from Bag of Bones. (Season 2 episode 2 New Jerusalem)
    • DaVinci Falls
        • Waterfall on Blue Horizon, the planet terraformed by famed terraformer Professor Gideon Seyetik. He calls it his crowning glory. "Imagine water cascading off cliffs the height of Mount Everest, thundering through continuous rainbows straight into an ocean the color of sapphire wine. (Season 2 episode Second Sight)(Season 2 episode Second Sight)
    • Dead Man's Bog.
        • Body of water near the Micmac burying ground. While the Micmac called it Little God Swamp, Judd tells Louis that for traders called it Dead Man's Bog.
    • Dennison River
        • Following directions from Maureen, Luke Ellis finds and uses a rowboat named S.S. Pokey to escape down the Dennison River.
    • The Devastator Reefs
        • Aeryn and Dregon go rock-climbing on the Devastator Reefs in the Barren Lands of the royal planet. (Season 2 episode Look at the Princess)
    • Devon River
        • We had never used this lower river, the Naguamsett, during the summer. It was ugly, saline, fringed with marsh, mud and seaweed. A few miles away it was joined to the ocean, so that its movements were governed by unimaginable factors like the Gulf Stream the Polar Ice Cap, and the moon. It was nothing like the fresh-water Devon above the dam where we'd had so much fun, all the summer. The Devon's course was determined by some familiar hills a little inland; it rose among highland farms and forests which we knew, passed at the end of its course through the school grounds, and then threw itself with little spectacle over a small waterfall beside the diving dam, and into the turbid Naguamsett.
    • Dole's Beach
        • Where Duke was ticketed for parking in a no parking zone in Season 3 episode 5 Double Jeopardy.
    • Dragonolan River
        • River from Abed's AD&D game from Season 5 episode 10 Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.
    • The Dream Swamp
        • Location in the Maze Runner/Hunger Games/Divergent mash-up movie The Group Hopper, where the kids hide from the Lurkies, Animals that look like sheep that guard Gray World and can only be killed with a boomerang type weapon called a zoomerang. (Skit The Group Hopper)
    • The DuPont Sea
        • One of the new names that soldier Spender suggests future Earth men will give a sea on Mars: "We Earth Men have a talent for ruining big, beautiful things. The only reason we didn't set up hot-dog stands in the midst of the Egyptian temple of Karnak is because it was out of the way and served no large commercial purpose. And Egypt is a small part of Earth. But here, this whole thing is ancient and different, and we have to set down somewhere and start fouling it up. We'll call the canal the Rockefeller Canal and the mountain King George Mountain and the sea the Dupont sea, and there'll be Roosevelt and Lincoln and Coolidge cities and it won't ever be right, when there are the proper names for these places." (Chapter: And the Moon be Still as Bright)
    • East Blue
        • An ocean, the setting of the first six arcs of the manga and anime.
    • Eatons Neck
        • The beach where Jennifer's body washed up after the lighthouse blew up Season 5 episode 2 Speak No Evil.
    • Edgewater Bay
        • Where Conrad says he was digging clams when Lester was killed in Season 1 episode 1 Welcome to Haven.
    • Elbow River
        • Lana's best friend Emily Eve Dinsmore drowns in Elbow River, playing on the Old Elbow River footbridge. (Season 2 episode Accelerate)
    • The Eno River
        • River that Bob mentions when constructing the map of Hawkins from Will's drawings. Named after a real River in North Carolina, one of many geographic references to series creators Matt and Ross Duffer's hometown of Durham and other regions in North Carolina. (Season 2 episode Chapter Five: Dig Dug)
    • Florida Swamp
        • Adrian Pimento claims that a true friend always remembers a friend's first time, asking Jake and Boyle where he lost his virginity. Boyle guesses Florida Swamp and Okefenokee Swamp. Jakes gets it right - it was during a screening of Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves. (Season 5 episode Gray Star Mutual)
    • The Geyser Of Life
        • Tygra must bathe in its waters to restore his youth after aging prematurely in the Cave of Time, guarded by winged water snakes. (Season 1 episode Trouble With Time)
    • Glyrhond
        • While arbitrating a land dispute between two Bajoran factions, Sisko confirms that the border separating the Paqu and the Navot shall forever be the river Glyrhond. (Season 1 episode The Storyteller)
    • Godlin's Pond
        • Pond on Goat Island, where the phone lines might have gone down when Vera is talking to Annie Phillips on the phone, causing crackling on the line. (story The Reach)
    • Gotham City Beach
        • Beach advertised on poster in Coolidge Square subway station in episode Smack in the Middle.
    • The Grand Line
        • Ocean current approximately located around the entire equator of the world, south of the North and East Blues and north of the South and West Blues. It is separated from the Blues on both the north and south ends by the Calm Belt. The Grand Line is split into two sections by the Red Line: the first section is known as Paradise and the second is known as the New World.
    • The Great Erg
        • Jadzia and Kira plans to sail across the great Erg on New Mecca in Quark's holosuite are interrupted when Kira receives an urgent message from the Bajoran Central Archives. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
    • The Great Slave Lake
        • Up north, Torus security forces battle Bloc paramilitaries over the Great Slave Lake Oil Refinery. The refinery borders the Arctic Parallel neutral zone. Torus executives accuse the Arctic Parallel of providing a safe haven for Bloc leaders.
    • The Great Tanner Reef
        • After watching Gilligan's Island, ALF builds a lagoon, which Willie calls The Great Tanner Reef (Season 2 episode The Ballad of Gilligan's Island)
    • The Great Well
        • "He saw the phosphorescence of the Gulf weed in the water as he rowed over the part of the ocean that the fishermen called the great well because there was a sudden deep of seven hundred fathoms where all sorts of fish congregated because of the swirl the current made against the steep walls of the floor of the ocean."
    • Griswold Springs
        • The name Rusty gives the raw sewage pond they mistake for a private hot spring.
    • Harding Lake
        • The inner office looked big enough to play killball in. It was dominated by a huge, one-wall picture window that looked west over the homes of the middle class, the dockside warehouses and oil tanks, and Harding Lake itself.
    • Hell's Bucket
        • Cabin Boy version of the Bermuda Triangle, where weird things happen.
    • The Hidden Sea
        • Located at the Earth's core, where Arthur's mother managed to survive after escaping from the creatures of the Trench.
    • Hinkston Creek
        • Creek on Mars: "They came to the strange blue lands and put their names upon the lands. Here was Hinkston Creek and Lustig Corners and Black River and Driscoll Forest and Peregrine Mountain and Wilder Town, all the names of people and the things that the people did." (The Naming of Names)
    • Hobbs Pond
        • The red meteor fragments used for Smallville High School students' class rings were found at Hobbs Pond, south of County Highway 17. (Season 2 episode Red)
    • Holana River
        • Kira decides to spend a few days on Bajor to visit a friend - and get away from Miles... but Keiko insists he goes with her. She visits a 200 year old cottage with a view of the Holana river. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
    • Hot Saliva Falls
        • Steaming, fetid saliva drops over 5,000 feet onto the jagged rocks below with a roar of almost 582 decibels.
    • The Ice Storms Of Varlengooten
        • The Silastic Armorfiends of Striterax were engaged in one of their regular wars with the Strenuous Garfighters of Stug, and were not enjoying it as much as usual because it involved an awful lot of trekking through the Radiation Swamps of Cwulzenda, and across the Fire Mountains of Frazfraga, neither of which terrains they felt at home in. So when the Strangulous Stilettans of Jajazikstak joined in the fray and forced them to fight another front in the Gamma Caves of Carfrax and the Ice Storms of Varlengooten, they decided that enough was enough, and they ordered Hactar to design for them an Ultimate Weapon.
    • Krytlin River
        • River that General Grynes mentions, his soldiers used to share the waters with the cities on the plateau. (Season 3 episode …Different Destinations)
    • La Playa Nudista
        • Nude beach where Bumblebee guy gets attacked by a woodpecker while disguised as a tree. (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield)
    • Lake Bundy
        • Lake mentioned in one of the stories that Mr. Smith breaks: HONEYMOONERS DROWN IN LAKE BUNDY (Episode Printer's Devil)
    • Lake Cannepaqui
        • Lake Arthur mentions in his story about some kid filling up his official The Immortal sleeping bag with rocks and dumping it in a lake. (Episode The Funeral)
    • Lake Carter
        • Joke Carter makes to Jo after she comes on to him while delirious. Carter: "I mean, maybe you just got tired of staring at Lake Carter, and you had to take a dip." (Season 2 episode Maneater)
    • Lake Jordan
        • Lake that Bob mentions when constructing the map of Hawkins from Will's drawings. Named after a real River in North Carolina, one of many geographic references to series creators Matt and Ross Duffer's hometown of Durham and other regions in North Carolina. (Season 2 episode Chapter Five: Dig Dug) Joyce and Hopper determine that if the magnetic machine exists, it's located near Jordan Lake and the power plant. (Season 3 episode Chapter Four: The Sauna Test)
    • Lake Kashwakamak
        • Fictional lake in Maine, visible on the map during the opening credits for season 2 - from Cell, Gerald's Game. (Season 2 episode 2 New Jerusalem)
    • Lake Of Tepid Bile
        • The lake is more than 5,000 km. deep and covers more than 250,000 acres. It's surrounded by jagged geothermic rock that keeps the lake at an even temperature of 26 degrees C.
    • The Lake Of The Clouds
        • Lake in the fantasy world (Episode 7 Ceci N'est Pas Une Drill)
    • Lake Springfield
        • Location of the Simpson/Flanders family vacation. No Mercury Dumping Without Permit. (Season 5 episode Homer Loves Flanders) Lake in Springfield that the Simpsons visit. Formerly cess hole 17A (Season 10 episode When You Dish Upon a Star)
    • Lake Superior
        • Lake on Duckworld. The chicks of Lake Superior are featured on the cover of Playduck.
    • Lake Watchahatchee
        • Lake Martin can't remember the name of - Lake Watchahatchee? Lake Watchakootchie? Lake Coochawatchie? "It's an Indian word, it meant Land of a Thousand…" (Season 1 episode Author, Author)
    • Larva Lake
        • Lake the Simpsons attempt to visit, but are turned away by park rangers due to the rampant bugs. Marge: "I'm not sure mosquito season is the best time to visit Larva Lake." (Season 11 episode Bart to the Future)
    • The Lazarus Pit
        • Natural pool that possesses restorative properties. Lady Shiva tells Batman that it has been exploited by an unknown intruder.
    • Lex Springs
        • After buying up hundreds of acres of worthless desert land, Lex Luthor reprograms a missile to detonate in the San Andreas Fault, hoping to cause everything west of the fault to sink into the ocean, leaving his land as the new West Coast of the United States, with locations that he will name after himself.

    • Little God Swamp
        • Body of water near the Micmac burying ground. While the Micmac called it Little God Swamp, Judd tells Louis that for traders called it Dead Man's Bog.
    • Little Hay Beach
        • "He might have picked it up on the beach,” she said thoughtfully. "People find all sorts of things on the beach.” She herself had found a woman's high-heel shoe, worn exotically smooth from many a long tumble between the sea and the shore, while walking one day on Little Hay Beach, about two miles from Hammock."
    • Lost River Lake
        • Lake where the bio-engineered piranha live.
    • Lover's Lake
        • Lake that Bob mentions when constructing the map of Hawkins from Will's drawings. (Season 2 episode Chapter Five: Dig Dug)
    • Make-out Creek
        • When Milhouse gets hit by a car, he tells Bart to bury him at make-out creek. (Season 11 episode Faith Off)
    • Marshall Creek
        • Highway road sign visible when the Simpsons head out of town in their new RV: "Marshall creek 20 miles" (Season 1 episode The Call of the Simpsons)
    • The Marshall River
        • River that Audrey mentions, taking Edward out to the cabin.
    • The Mexican Canal
        • Canal under construction. "The Mexican Canal is two months behind schedule. The mercury mines at Almaden have experienced a production deficiency since last spring, while the Hydroponics plant at Tientsin has been laying men off. These items happen to come to mind at the moment. There is more of the same sort." (Story: The Evitable Conflict)
    • Miller's Creek
        • "Now St. Smithen's Medical Facility and Pork Sausage Distillery has been known to dump their stuff into Miller's Creek - All sorts of heinous stuff, big barrels floatin' in the creek with little things on them that say 'St. Smithen's Medical Facility and Pork Sausage Distillery'… Anyway Earl was fishing and he caught a wall-eyed bass which had twenty-seven eyes on it. It was a twenty-seven-eyed wall-eyed bass. Earl looked at it, and decided, "Umm, wouldn't this be good to eat". (song Cousin Earl)
    • The Mississippi Reagan
        • The Springfield Republican Party changes the names of all Millard Fillmore schools to Ronald Reagans, and renames the Mississippi River the Mississippi Reagan. (Season 14 episode Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington)
    • Moose Cove
        • Stephanie surveyed the patio, which was still half-full even at twenty past one, and then looked into the main dining room, which overlooked Moose Cove.
    • Naguamsett River
        • We had never used this lower river, the Naguamsett, during the summer. It was ugly, saline, fringed with marsh, mud and seaweed. A few miles away it was joined to the ocean, so that its movements were governed by unimaginable factors like the Gulf Stream the Polar Ice Cap, and the moon. It was nothing like the fresh-water Devon above the dam where we'd had so much fun, all the summer. The Devon's course was determined by some familiar hills a little inland; it rose among highland farms and forests which we knew, passed at the end of its course through the school grounds, and then threw itself with little spectacle over a small waterfall beside the diving dam, and into the turbid Naguamsett.
    • Nirvana
        • The four rivers in the topopolis space habitat known as Heaven's River are Arcadia, Utopia, Nirvana and Paradise. (Heaven's River)
    • North Blue
        • An ocean. Like its sister seas, comprises almost entirely of ocean, with a few scattered islands and a border with the Red Line.
    • Northern Sea
        • The sliders land on the island of Saint Cataline, on the edge of the northern sea, site of a sort of monastery called the Sanctuary, inhabited by a community of self-described keepers of peace and harmony that have been living simple lives since the collapse of the government known as the Hemispheric Alliance, in a world where a gang called the Volsangs are pretty much in charge. (Season 5 episode The Great Work)
    • Ohio River
        • River on Mars. Captain Black: "Look out there. The geraniums. A specialized plant. That specific variety has only been known on Earth for fifty years. Think of the thousands of years it takes to evolve plants. Then tell me if it is logical that the Martians should have: one, leaded-glass windows; two, cupolas; three, porch swings; four, an instrument that looks like a piano and probably is a piano; and five, if you look closely through this telescopic lens here, is it logical that a Martian composer would have published a piece of music titled, strangely enough, ‘Beautiful Ohio'? All of which means that we have an Ohio River on Mars!" (Chapter: The Third Expedition)
    • Old Fishin' Hole
        • Where Bart catches a three-eyed mutant fish named Blinky. (Season 2 episode Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish)
    • Orleans Cove
        • Site of Riddler's imposter Robin trap for Batman in episode Smack in the Middle.
    • Orrington Stream
        • Stream that Jud mentions when he's telling Louis about his land: The original grant on your land goes like this. From the great old maple which stands atop Quinceberry Ridge to the verge of Orrington Stream; thus runneth the tract from north until south. But the great old maple fell down in 1882, let's say, and was rotted to moss by the year 1900, and Orrington Stream silted up and turned to marsh in the ten years between the end of the Great War and the crash of the stock market.
    • Oyster Swallow Cove
        • Where Harry and Lloyd talk about having taken girls back in high school. No porking after sunset. Where Penny was conceived.
    • Paradise
        • The four rivers in the topopolis space habitat known as Heaven's River are Arcadia, Utopia, Nirvana and Paradise. (Heaven's River)
    • Paradise Beach
        • The sliders arrive on a beach on the giant worm world to find a sign for Paradise Beach, Barnette, and a warning: "Danger No Beach Activity Allowed!” (Season 3 episode Paradise Lost)
    • Paradise Falls
        • Charles F. Muntz has been accused of fabricating the skeleton of a giant bird he had claimed to have discovered in Paradise Falls in South America. Muntz vows to return there to capture another giant bird alive.
    • The Pawnee Reservoir
        • Source of water for a private fountain on private property where Leslie and Ben argue over if they're allowed to talk about work or not. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Peace Lagoon
        • Billy drove through a scene of even greater desolation. It looked like Dresden after it was fire-bombed-like the surface of the moon. The house where Billy had grown up used to be somewhere in what was so empty now. This was urban renewal. A new Ilium Government Center and a Pavilion of the Arts and a Peace Lagoon and high-rise apartment buildings were going up here soon. That was all right with Billy Pilgrim.
    • Petrie Beach
        • Beach that Dexter and his family visited when he and Deb were young, when it was named Rand Beach. (Season 1 episode Let's Give the Boy a Hand)
    • Pool Pond
        • Where Sean Philips woke at one in the morning to a steely, eardrum-stunning detonation.
    • Popcorn River
        • River Eleanor orders Janet to create to amuse a new resident. (Season 4 episode A Girl from Arizona)
    • Public Beach, Delaware
        • Site of the Grand Nationals of Sand Castle Building Preview TV show that Homer watches on Saturday morning. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors)
    • Qujaga
        • Water planet where the minerals in the water soothe Moya, while Crichton proposes to Aeryn on a rowboat, shortly before they are both crystallized by the local residents, the Eidelons. (Season 4 episode Bad Timing)
    • The Radiation Swamps Of Cwulzenda
        • The Silastic Armorfiends of Striterax were engaged in one of their regular wars with the Strenuous Garfighters of Stug, and were not enjoying it as much as usual because it involved an awful lot of trekking through the Radiation Swamps of Cwulzenda, and across the Fire Mountains of Frazfraga, neither of which terrains they felt at home in. So when the Strangulous Stilettans of Jajazikstak joined in the fray and forced them to fight another front in the Gamma Caves of Carfrax and the Ice Storms of Varlengooten, they decided that enough was enough, and they ordered Hactar to design for them an Ultimate Weapon.
    • Ramsett Park Lake
        • Lake in Ramsett Park where the residents of Pawnee commemorate the great Pawnee Tea Dump of 1817 by throwing a guy named Ted in the water, due to confusion regarding the old-timey script in the town charter. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • Rand Beach
        • Beach that Dexter and his family visited when he and Deb were young, later renamed Petrie Beach. (Season 1 episode Let's Give the Boy a Hand)
    • River of Blood
        • River that Kurn mentions during Mauk-to'Vor ritual: "I am ready to cross the River of Blood and and enter Sto-Vo-Kor." (Season 4 episode Sons of Mogh)
    • River Of Despair
        • River near the Living Ooze on Third Earth. (Season 1 episode Mandora - The Evil Chaser) River that Lion-o and Snarf attempt to cross while searching for the ThunderCats time capsule that was lost in the crash when they first arrived on Third Earth. (Season 1 episode The Time Capsule)
    • River Styx
        • Border between Earth and the Greek underworld. (Season 13 episode Tales from the Public Domain - Segment D'oh, Brother Where Art Thou?)
    • The Rockefeller Canal
        • One of the new names that soldier Spender suggests future Earth men will give a canal on Mars: "We Earth Men have a talent for ruining big, beautiful things. The only reason we didn't set up hot-dog stands in the midst of the Egyptian temple of Karnak is because it was out of the way and served no large commercial purpose. And Egypt is a small part of Earth. But here, this whole thing is ancient and different, and we have to set down somewhere and start fouling it up. We'll call the canal the Rockefeller Canal and the mountain King George Mountain and the sea the Dupont sea, and there'll be Roosevelt and Lincoln and Coolidge cities and it won't ever be right, when there are the proper names for these places." (Chapter: And the Moon be Still as Bright)
    • Sahtewi River
        • River in Derry, listed on the Derry map the Losers project on the garage wall.
    • Sandy Beach
        • Previous Simpsons vacation spot where Homer and Bart embarrassed Marge by pretending to be sharks. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Santa Mira Beach
        • Fin was the Santa Mira beach world champion in 1986.
    • Satan Sea
        • From the White Zombie song "Godslayer" on the album Make Them Die Slowly.
    • Sawyer Beach New record added 6/5/2021
        • Beach that Nick mentions to police, where he went to read.
    • Sawyer's Mill
        • Where Crichton's father took him fishing for his 10th birthday. (Season 1 episode A Human Reaction)
    • Scotts Lake
        • Mentioned on radio broadcast in Season 2 Episode 9 Who, What, Where, Wendigo?
    • Sea Of Monsters
        • Where a monstrous vacuum cleaner beast sucks up loose objects and people and then the entire landscape and finally itself, popping the yellow submarine into a strange empty void.
    • Sea Of Swirly-twirly Gumdrops
        • Buddy: "And then, I traveled through the seven levels of the candy cane forest, past the sea of swirly-twirly gumdrops, and then, I walked through the Lincoln tunnel."
    • Sea of Time
        • Where time flows both forwards and backwards. (Album: Yellow Submarine)
    • Shite Beach
        • Felix and Sarah's nickname for a local beach. Felix: "Well, it has been a while since we've been back to shite beach." (Season 3 episode The Weight of This Combination)
    • Skull River
        • River from Abed's AD&D game from Season 5 episode 10 Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.
    • Soanyway River
        • Theoretical river. Daria: "So anyway ought to be one word. The name of some place or a river. Soanyway River."
    • South Blue
        • An ocean. Like its sister seas, comprises almost entirely of ocean, with a few scattered islands and a border with the Red Line.
    • Spirit River
        • Where Red's friend tells him the Black Skulls were last spotted.
    • The Springfield Mystery Spot
        • After dropping Abe Simpson off at the Springfield Retirement Castle, the Simpsons brainstorm a more exciting place to take him next week. Homer suggests The Springfield Mystery Spot, a big mud puddle. (Season 2 episode Old Money) Ozzie Smith disappears inside. "Where logic takes a holiday and all laws of nature are meaningless." (Season 3 episode Homer at the Bat)
    • Springfield River
        • Listed on map of Springfield as Santa's Little Helper goes on his adventure. (Season 3 episode Dog of Death) Ned and the Flanders family attempt to baptize the Simpson kids in the Springfield River. (Season 7 episode Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily)
    • Sugar Creek
        • Sugar Creek was only two inches deep and fifty yards wide at the bend, where little Dwayne thought the park should be. Now they had put the Mildred Barry Memorial Center for the Arts there instead. It was beautiful.
    • Suicide Swamp
        • Episode Suicide Swamp. Suicide Swamp is one of the two secret levels in Twisted Metal 2. It's actually one of the levels from the first Jet Moto game.
    • Sulfur Bay
        • Beach that Patty and Selma mention where they got a bag full of sea shells. (Season 7 episode Treehouse of Horror VI - Homer³)
    • Superstar Bay
        • The Simpsons are shown driving onto the sands of Superstar Bay after becoming rich and famous. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Swampland Of Desire
        • "I will trim your fir trees and I will light your fire and I will wrestle alligators in your swampland of desire! (song Swampland of Desire)
    • Swamps Of Despair
        • On Ian's birthday, Barley tells him that it's time for him to have his strength tested in the swamps of despair.
    • Swamps Of Kuzatan
        • Swamps Will mentions as Dungeon Master, part of a campaign: A tribe of villagers are under threat from an evil force from the swamps of Kuzatan. (Season 3 episode Chapter Three: The Case of the Missing Lifeguard)
    • Tippecanoe
        • Lake that Bob mentions when constructing the map of Hawkins from Will's drawings. (Season 2 episode Chapter Five: Dig Dug)
    • Trapingus Cove
        • Where the troubled sisters that are blackmailing people and bringing their dead loved ones back to life have an old family cabin and are hiding out in Season 3 episode 7 Magic Hour: Part 1.
    • Utopia
        • The four rivers in the topopolis space habitat known as Heaven's River are Arcadia, Utopia, Nirvana and Paradise. (Heaven's River)
    • Vandeveer Reservoir
        • When Hellboy and Abe search for the demon Sammael, they are above the old Vandeveer reservoir that was abandoned in the mid '30s.
    • Victoria Falls
        • Waterfall that the Simpsons encounter while on an African safari in Pepsi presents New Zanzibar, previously known as New Zanzibar, and before that Tanzania. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • The Water Of Sight
        • Supernatural pool where Thor goes to return to his dream. Erik Selvig: "Men who enter that water, the legends don't end well."
    • Webford Falls
        • Ricky Pate, the host of Dance Frenzy, mentions a lovely Latin dance team from Webford Falls.
    • West Blue
        • An ocean. Like its sister seas, comprises almost entirely of ocean, with a few scattered islands and a border with the Red Line.
    • Widow-maker Falls
        • Waterfall ALF mentions (Season 2 episode Night Train)
    • Willow Cove
        • Where Duke and Mara plan to leave for the North Carolina thinny in a seaplane in Season 5 episode 13 Chosen.
    • Willow Creek
        • Location of Douglas and Sheriff Ryan's cabin.
    • Yellow Brook
        • The name of the stream in his hometown that Clutch falls into after being sent up in the sky wearing a new compact jet pack by Cobra operatives (Issue #20 Home is Where the War Is!)
    • Yolja River
        • While visiting Bajor for a conference in Rakantha, Sisko buys 12 hecapates of land in the Kendra Province, just south of the Yolja River, where he plans to build a house when the war is over. The soil is perfect for growing kava, there are a few wild moba trees and a creek that runs through the meadows and into the forest. He muses that with the creek, he can make his own spring wine, which Kasidy calls The Emissary's Special Reserve. "It'll be a big seller." (Season 7 episode Penumbra)

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