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  • Social Clubs
    • The 5-H Club
        • After Bart and Milhouse destroy Ned Flanders' secret Beatles memorabilia room, Marge searches for supervised activities they can all do together. It's the 4-H Club, but "they had to admit homosexuals" (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
    • Aesop's Foibles
        • Oscar's trivia team at the Liberty Well gay bar trivia night, tribute to Aesop's Fables. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • ALF's Online Global Fan Network
        • ALF's fan club, from the Season 4 DVD menus. Described by the president, a hot babe named Cindy, it's an international conglomeration of gorgeous women united to bring more ALF to the planet through online media technology.
    • Ape Island Jaycees
        • Civic organization that Mr. Burns mentions, regarding Homer, the giant ape from Ape Island: He's either a 50-foot prehistoric ape or a tourist trap concocted by the Ape Island Jaycees. (Season 4 episode Treehouse of Horror III - segment: King Homer)
    • Apple Pi Club
        • Social club at Fairfield High School, the high school in Fayette County, Kentucky that Beth Harmon attends after being adopted by the Wheatley family. (episode Exchanges)
    • Association of Galaxy Quest Adventurers
        • Galaxy Quest TV show fan club. (From the "Galaxy Quest 20th Anniversary: The Journey Continues" mockumentary)
    • The Awesome Possums
        • Isaac Parrish's team (Wil Wheaton) competing in the rocket engine competition at the 1990 Galaxy Camp (Season 4 episode This One Time at Space Camp…)
    • Bach Boys
        • Name that Boyle comes up with for Jake’s bachelor party guests, which he has embroidered on fanny packs - pronounced “batch” boys, as in bachelor, not “Bach” like the famous musician. (Season 5 episode Bachelor/ette Party)
    • Beverly Hills Culture Committee
        • episode Corn Pone Picassos. Granny paints a picture to help Mrs. Drysdale win the Beverly Hills Culture Committee Award.
    • Biddles Bird Watchers
        • episode Granny Tonics a Birdwatcher. Professor P. Caspar Biddle, the meek little leader of Biddle's Bird Watchers, guzzles Granny's annual spring tonic and turns into a tiger.
    • The Bobcats
        • The gang gives themselves a team name when they agree to team up with Michael in Season 2 episode Team Cockroach. Jason suggests The Bobcats, and stick with it even after they decide on Team Cockroach.
    • The Borg
        • Due to replicative drift, newer Bobs are noticeably different than their predecessors, a group of which forms around the concept of the cyborgs from Star Trek. The Borgs assist with the search for Bender by helping design the aquatic otter alien androids. (Heaven's River)
    • The Brain-y Bunch
        • Trevor's nickname for the gang after escaping death and moving to Australia (Season 3 episode The Brainy Bunch)
    • The Brotherhood Of Aliens
        • The big ugly alien prisoner that approaches Kirk when he and McCoy arrive at Ruru Penthe wants Kirk's allegiance to the Brotherhood of Aliens, and his coat.
    • Brown Bear Lodge
        • The Anaheim 709th chapter is visited by an undercover narcotics officer fighting the Substance D epidemic
    • The Carl Crew
        • Homer and his friends debate the name of their little group in a flashback to when they were twelve years old. (Season 13 episode The Blunder Years)
    • Crow's Nest
        • Counting Crows fan site that Stu mentions to Tiger when he's trying to explain what it's like to see her again after all these years. (Season 2 episode Guess Who's Coming to Lunch)
    • Daughters of the Alamo
        • a.k.a. DOA (Drunk on Arrival). Social club for discontented Dallas housewives who liked to drink bourbon.
    • Divorced Men's Club
        • Club the gang jokes about Ross starting. Writing on the napkins: Divorced men are not bad men. (Season 7 episode The One With the Engagement Picture)
    • DM Backup Team
        • The backup team... Andy splits everybody into three team for trivia night at the Liberty Well gay bar. Andy:
 "All right, we need to divide up into teams, but it's winner-take-all, so no need to divide evenly. We need an A-team, a backup team, and a just-have-fun team. So, you guys all know yourselves." (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • Dunder Mifflin A Team
        • The A team... Andy splits everybody into three team for trivia night at the Liberty Well gay bar. Andy:
 "All right, we need to divide up into teams, but it's winner-take-all, so no need to divide evenly. We need an A-team, a backup team, and a just-have-fun team. So, you guys all know yourselves." (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • Einsteins
        • The just for fun team... Andy splits everybody into three team for trivia night at the Liberty Well gay bar. Andy:
 "All right, we need to divide up into teams, but it's winner-take-all, so no need to divide evenly. We need an A-team, a backup team, and a just-have-fun team. So, you guys all know yourselves." (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • The Finer Things Club
        • Social club consisting of Pam, Oscar and Toby - and eventually, Jim. Pam: "We meet once a month to discuss books and art, celebrate culture in a very civilized way. Sometimes the debate can get heated, but we're always respectful. There is no paper, no plastic, and no work talk allowed. It's very exclusive." Oscar: "Besides having sex with men, I would say that the Finer Things Club is the gayest thing about me." (Season 4 episode Branch Wars)
    • Five Timers Club
        • Special club reserved for those that have hosted the show at least 5 times. (2018 episode with host Jonah Hill)
    • The Fraternal Order Of The Caribou
        • Organization Sam books in his new gig as host of Cheers - turns out to only be three guys, at least until they enlist Frasier (Season 4 episode 23 Relief Bartender)
    • Friends Of Mongooses International
        • Website that comes up in search results when Jessica researches The Whizzer's files in Trish's IGH documents. (Season 2 episode AKA Freak Accident)
    • Galaxy Quest Fan Club
        • Galaxy Quest TV show fan club. (From the "Galaxy Quest 20th Anniversary: The Journey Continues" mockumentary)
    • Galaxy Quest Southwest Fan Club
        • Galaxy Quest TV show fan club. (From the "Galaxy Quest 20th Anniversary: The Journey Continues" mockumentary)
    • The Gallic-Klingon Debating Society
        • The Gallic-Klingon Debating Society has a Wine Tasting of Spring Bottlings from Picard Vineyards on April 10, 2234.
    • Gamers
        • One of the groups of newer Bobs that are showing signs of replicative drift that's working on a project of their own, known for their fondness for D&D, and led by Gandalf. (Heaven's River)
    • The Garden Club
        • Social organizaition Fay belongs to (Season 8 episode Final Approach)
    • Ginazon
        • Gina's online fanbase that orchestrates support for the Nine Nine when all Brooklyn precincts are being reviewed to eliminate one. Captain Holt calls them "Gina-zone." (Season 4 episode The Last Ride)
    • Girls Around Town
        • Social club at Fairfield High School, the high school in Fayette County, Kentucky that Beth Harmon attends after being adopted by the Wheatley family. (episode Exchanges)
    • The Golden 80s Club
        • Group of old ladies hanging out at Cheers (Season 2 episode 20 Norman's Conquest)
    • Greendale Hat Club
        • mentioned by the dean in episode Accounting for Lawyers
        • seen on bulletin board in episode Pillows and Blankets
    • Have-it-in-for-Scar-Face-club
        • Joke one of the Joes makes as they're arriving at Coney Island looking for Scarface, aware that both Destro and Kwinn/Snake-Eyes are on their way as well (Issue #18 Destro Returns)
    • The Haven't Kissed Roz Club
        • Joke Niles makes at Roz's expense (Season 5 episode The Gift Horse)
    • Impish Impresarios
        • Trivia team at the Liberty Well gay bar trivia night. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • International Brotherhood of Questrians
        • Galaxy Quest TV show fan club. (From the "Galaxy Quest 20th Anniversary: The Journey Continues" mockumentary)
    • The International We Love Flanders Fan Club
        • Joke Homer makes when Marge takes Ned's side in their argument. (Season 3 episode When Flanders Failed)
    • The Investorettes
        • Marge's investment group that kicks her out for not wanting to pursue in a risky investment. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • The James Brown Hair Club For Men
        • Joke Grady makes about a gentleman in the bar.
    • Jason So-Gay-Kiss
        • Trivia team at the Liberty Well gay bar trivia night, tribute to Jason Sudeikis. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • Joey Triviani
        • Trivia team at the Liberty Well gay bar trivia night, tribute to Matt LeBlanc's character Joey Tribbiani from Friends TV show. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • Junior League
        • Tyler farted on a whole cart of their Boccone Dolce while they were at Pressman Hotel
    • The Kings of Queens
        • Archie's lodge that is accused in the press of excluding minorities. (episode Archie the Liberal)
    • The Knights Of Scimitar
        • The lodge that Cliff joins - and then talks Norm into joining telling him he can make new business contacts - at least until Norm finds out doing business with fellow lodge members and drinking beer is not allowed (Season 5 episode 8 The Knights of Scimitar)
    • Ladies Gaga
        • Trivia team at the Liberty Well gay bar trivia night, tribute to Lady Gaga. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • Late Onset Beiber Fever
        • Trivia team at the Liberty Well gay bar trivia night, tribute to Justin Beiber. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • Lawrence O'Trivier
        • Trivia team at the Liberty Well gay bar trivia night, tribute to Laurence Olivier. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • Lenny and The Jets
        • Homer and his friends debate the name of their little group in a flashback to when they were twelve years old. (Season 13 episode The Blunder Years)
    • The Losers Club
        • Joke Rebecca makes about her life (Season 11 episode 26 One for the Road)
        • Group of elementary school boys tormented by Pennywise.
    • The Loyal Order of the Dinosaurs
        • The fraturnal order that Fred and Barney belonged to also changed many times. In the beginning it was The Loyal Order of Dinosaurs, but it was also called The Loyal Order of Water Buffalos and the Royal Order of Water Buffalos.
    • The Loyal Order of the Water Buffalos
        • The fraturnal order that Fred and Barney belonged to also changed many times. In the beginning it was The Loyal Order of Dinosaurs, but it was also called The Loyal Order of Water Buffalos and the Royal Order of Water Buffalos.
    • The Lycanthrope Society
        • Frasier's new girlfriend is a member of The Lycanthrope Society, a group of women that believe the moon controls their cycles (Season 5 episode Frasier Gotta Have It)
    • The Men's Club
        • New club at the radio station office that meets in the men's room. (Season 5 episode Assistant)
    • The Moe Syszlak Experience, Featuring Homer
        • Homer and his friends debate the name of their little group in a flashback to when they were twelve years old. (Season 13 episode The Blunder Years)
    • Mystic Knights of the Cobra
        • a.k.a. Mystic Order of the Cobra Lodge. Vinton's secret society that inspired a real life band called Mystic Knights of Cobra that wrote a song called "Raytown Massacre" about zombies taking over the "Mama's Family" town.
    • The New England Oenophiles
        • Organization Casey mentions (Season 7 episode Love at First Flight)
    • Omega Team
        • When Bart and his friends sneak into Shelbyville to retrieve Springfield's lemon tree, they break up into three teams: Bart and Milhouse are Omega Team, Todd and Data are Team Strike Force, and Nelson and Martin, Team Discovery Channel. (Season 6 episode Lemon of Troy)
    • The Poe Society
        • Social club Frasier mentions. Frasier: "I'm reciting Annabelle Lee for the Poe Society this evening. I don't mind telling you, I'm just a bit nervous." (Season 11 episode I'm Listening)
    • Queerenstein Bears
        • Trivia team at the Liberty Well gay bar trivia night, tribute to childrens book series the Berenstein Bears. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • The Raccoon Lodge
        • Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton were members of the Raccoon Lodge fraternity in Brooklyn, New York. a.k.a. International Order of Friendly Sons of the Raccoons, International Order of Loyal Raccoons, Royal Order of Raccoons. Motto: "E Pluribus Raccoon".
    • The Radical Raccoons
        • Fargo's team competing in the rocket engine competition at the 1990 Galaxy Camp (Season 4 episode This One Time at Space Camp…)
    • The Royal Order of the Water Buffalos
        • The fraternal order that Fred and Barney belonged to also changed many times. In the beginning it was The Loyal Order of Dinosaurs, but it was also called The Loyal Order of Water Buffalos and the Royal Order of Water Buffalos.
    • Silkies
        • One of the groups of newer Bobs that are showing signs of replicative drift that's working on a project of their own. (Heaven's River)
    • Skippies
        • Due to replicative drift, newer Bobs are noticeably different than their predecessors, a group of which forms around the concept of building a Matrioshka brain, a hypothetical megastructure based on the Dyson sphere. Led by Hugh. (Heaven's River)
    • The Soul Squad
        • The new name for the gang after they decide to help their loved ones get into the Good Place (Season 3 episode Jeremy Bearimy)
    • Space Dragons
        • One of the groups of newer Bobs that are showing signs of replicative drift that's working on a project of their own. (Heaven's River)
    • Springfield B.P.O.E.
        • The Elks branch in Springfield where former president George Bush gives a speech. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors)
    • Springfield Birdwatching Society
        • Principal Skinner's birdwatching group that meets in the Springfield Municipal Building. "Pecking order strictly enforced" (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
    • Springfield friars club
        • Local social club in Springfield from various episodes.
        • Homer gets roasted. "Tonight: Homer Simpson Roast / Tomorrow: Milhouse Roast" (Season 3 episode Gump Roast)
        • Bart visits Krusty in the steam room at the Springfield Friars Club with a plan to save Krusty's career by causing a riot at Springfield Shoe Expo. (Season 14 episode Large Marge)
    • The Springfield Historical Society
        • Lisa visors while researching for a school report, learning the truth about Jebediah Springfield. "Where the dead come alive (metaphorically)" (Season 7 episode Lisa the Iconoclast)
    • Starfleet
        • Due to replicative drift, newer Bobs are noticeably different than their predecessors, a group of which forms around the concept of Star Trek's Prime Directive. (Heaven's River)
    • The Steak Studs
        • New name the guys come up with after ditching Boyle and his scavenger hunt bachelor party - replacing Boyle’s pick, the Bach Boys. (Season 5 episode Bachelor/ette Party)
    • Sub Debs
        • Social club at Fairfield High School, the high school in Fayette County, Kentucky that Beth Harmon attends after being adopted by the Wheatley family. (episode Exchanges)
    • Sushi And Cigar Club
        • New name for Tom, Donna and Jerry's social club at work. Previously Whine and Cheese Club. Name changed after Ann shows up and starts complaining about being pregnant - since she's pregnant, so she can't be around smoke. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Team Cockroach
        • The gang gives themselves a team name when they agree to team up with Michael in Season 2 episode Team Cockroach. Jason suggests The Bobcats, and stick with it even after they decide on Team Cockroach.
    • Team Discovery Channel
        • When Bart and his friends sneak into Shelbyville to retrieve Springfield's lemon tree, they break up into three teams: Bart and Milhouse are Omega Team, Todd and Data are Team Strike Force, and Nelson and Martin, Team Discovery Channel. (Season 6 episode Lemon of Troy)
    • Team Strike Force
        • When Bart and his friends sneak into Shelbyville to retrieve Springfield's lemon tree, they break up into three teams: Bart and Milhouse are Omega Team, Todd and Data are Team Strike Force, and Nelson and Martin, Team Discovery Channel. (Season 6 episode Lemon of Troy)
    • Top Secret Unicorn Club
        • Grant Larson's name tag, from comic book Umi The Umicorn. (Season 1 episode Just A Fanboy)
    • Two Broke Dorks
        • Trivia team at the Liberty Well gay bar trivia night, tribute to TV show Two Broke Girls. (Season 8 episode Trivia)
    • United Brotherhood of It's None of Your Damn Business
        • President Andrew Shepard: I'm calling the organization of the United Brotherhood of It's None of Your Damn Business, Lewis. I'll be with you in a second.
    • Westview Rotary Club
        • Local rotary club in the town of Westview. (Season 1 episode Don't Touch That Dial)
    • Whine And Cheese Club
        • Tom, Donna and Jerry's social club at work. Name changed to Sushi and Cigar Club after Ann shows up and starts complaining about being pregnant - since she's pregnant, so she can't be around smoke. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Yeagers
        • One of the groups of newer Bobs that are showing signs of replicative drift that's working on a project of their own. (Heaven's River)

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