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1995 TV Series


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  • Advertising and Marketing
    • Chapman Graphic Arts
      • A man wanders into the office looking for a graphic arts company (Season 2 episode The Cane)
  • Animals/Creatures
    • The Crested North American Quitter
      • Fake bird from Bill's joke. Bill: "Oh, what have we here, a quitter?" Dave: "No. I just really need to write this speech." Bill: "Do I hear the plaintive cry of the crested North American quitter?" Dave: "Bill, please." Bill: "Quit, quit, quit, coo! Quit, quit, coo!" (Season 2 episode In Through the Out Door - episode title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
  • Armed Forces
    • The Rebel Alliance
      • Catherine reads a news report referring to the events of Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope: "Tragedy struck today in Sector 9 as rebel terrorists blew up the Death Star, killing thousands. The rebel alliance, a fringe group of anti-Empire fanatics has claimed responsibility for the terrorist act. Fortunately, Lord Vader escaped without harm. Our hearts go out to the families of the victims.” (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
  • Artifacts
    • Coeur De La Mer
      • The biggest blue diamond in the world. Based on the Heart of the Ocean, the fictional blue diamond from the 1997 film Titanic. (Season 4 episode Sinking Ship)
  • Artwork
    • Pissy Wisconsin Jerk
      • Joke Lisa makes about Dave... Dave: "I turn my back and you start to badmouth me." Lisa: "All right, I can't be around you when you're like this." Dave: "What, I don't remind you of a Norman Rockwell painting anymore?" Lisa: "No, I don't think he painted one called "Pissy Wisconsin Jerk." (Season 2 episode Bitch Session)
    • Stinkbutt
      • Free expression mural that Joe and Beth paint in the building atrium that consists of a dead cat and the word Stinkbutt (Season 5 episode Stinkbutt)
  • Audio Recordings
    • Classics on Tape
      • Catherine records an audiobook. "Classics on Tape presents Our Mutual Friend, by Charles Dickens, as read by Catherine Duke." (Season 3 episode Complaint Box)
  • Audiovisual Devices
    • The Garrelli 5000 Voice Recording System
      • Incredibly sensitive recording system Joe constructs for Catherine's audio book recording project (Season 3 episode Complaint Box)
    • The Voice-mo-tron 2000
      • The electronic voice modulator that Joe builds for Bill. (Season 2 episode Bitch Session)
  • Awards
    • The 32nd Annual American Broadcasters Society Awards Banquet
      • Awards ceremony where WNYX wins them all (Season 3 episode Awards Show)
    • American Broadcaster Society Awards
      • Also known as ABSA. Professional organization that hosts an annual awards banquet (Season 3 episode Awards Show)
    • Electronic Maintenance Technician of the Year
      • Award Joe wins at the 32nd Annual American Broadcasters Society Awards Banquet (Season 3 episode Awards Show)
    • Segment Producer of the Year for an All-new Station
      • Award Lisa wins at the 32nd Annual American Broadcasters Society Awards Banquet (Season 3 episode Awards Show)
  • Baby Products
    • Electric Infant
      • Joe's wedding gift to Lisa. For practice. Joe: "Okay, a couple safety tips: When you're washing it, don't go in the tub. All right? And when you're practicing nursing, don't put it on Max. Beause the little guy's got some serious suction." (Season 5 episode Ploy)
  • Bakeries
    • Donut Inn
      • Donut shop (Season 2 episode Friends)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Rendezvous Room
      • Bar at the Wellington Hotel where Frasier and Niles old babysitter Ronee sings and plays the piano (Season 11 episode The Babysitter)
  • Baseball Teams
    • The Robots
      • Future baseball team that Beth tells Joe won the World Series, pretty much from 2147 on (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
  • Battles, Conflicts and Wars
    • Alpha Centauri Robot Wars
      • War Joe asks Beth about when he comes out of hyper sleep (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
    • The Battle of San Luis Obispo
      • Fake battle Bill makes up while telling stories about Ted to recently departed coworker Ted's friend. (Season 4 episode Copy Machine)
  • Beauty Salons
    • Cerise
      • Salon that does Catherine's hair, pronounced "Sherizay" (Season 1 episode Luncheon at the Waldorf)
  • Beer
    • Rocketfuel Malt Liquor
      • Bill: "Whassup, y'all? Bill McNeal sayin' there's a party all up in here, and you need to get with the flow. Oh, yeah! Rocket Fuel Malt Liquor's got the heavyweight power. Whether you got the ee-yotch to rip it up to some fat booty beats, or just chill with the honeys. So get on the rocket and see the stars. Rocket Fuel Malt Liquor." (Season 3 episode Office Feud)
  • Books-Biography
    • Give Me 12 Minutes I'll Give You My Life
      • Matthew's suggestion for the title of Bill's autobiography (Season 2 episode Bill's Autobiography)
    • Jimmy James: Capitalist Lion Tamer
      • Original title of Mr. James' autobiography, before being translated into Japanese and back again. New title: Jimmy James: Macho Business Donkey Wrestler (Season 4 episode Super Karate Monkey Death Car)
    • Jimmy James: Macho Business Donkey Wrestler
      • New title of Mr. James' autobiography after being translated into Japanese and back again. Original title: Jimmy James: Capitalist Lion Tamer (Season 4 episode Super Karate Monkey Death Car)
    • A Journalist's Credo
      • Potential title for Bill's future book. Bill: "Perhaps one day, I'll publish these musings under the title "A Journalist's Credo'." (Season 2 episode The Song Remains the Same, title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
    • The Microphone Never Blinks
      • Suggestion for the title of Bill's autobiography - play on the title of Dan Rather's book The Camera Never Blinks (Season 2 episode Bill's Autobiography)
    • Radio Bill
      • Suggestion for the title of Bill's autobiography (Season 2 episode Bill's Autobiography)
    • Radio Days
      • Suggestion for the title of Bill's autobiography (Season 2 episode Bill's Autobiography)
    • Radio Daze
      • Suggestion for the title of Bill's autobiography, spelled D-A-Z-E for a Spike Lee feel (Season 2 episode Bill's Autobiography)
  • Books-Cookbooks
    • To Serve Man
      • New book, Twilight Zone reference, that Mr. James gets for everybody after buying a publishing house. (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
  • Books-Fiction
    • The Duchess Manual
      • Joke Beth makes about a fictional handbook for duchesses. Mr. James asks Beth to pretend to be a duchess and bid at him at an eligible bachelor auction, and she brings Joe with her. Mr. James: "I didn't say you could bring an escort.” Beth: "I know, but a duchess rarely attends a social function unaccompanied. It says so in the duchess manual.” (Season 4 episode Look Who's Talking)
  • Books-Other
    • Old Green Beret Tricks
      • Book Joe mentions (Season 3 episode Mistake)
  • Bookstores
    • Books Etcetera
      • Bookstore where Mr. James reads passages from his autobiography. Original title: Jimmy James: Capitalist Lion Tamer. New title after being translated into Japanese and back: Jimmy James: Macho Business Donkey Wrestler (Season 4 episode Super Karate Monkey Death Car)
    • Venus Newstand
      • Newstand actually on the planet Venus that Joe and Beth visit. (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
  • Breakfast Cereal
    • Quisp
      • Breakfast cereal box Lisa carries around trying to figure out the differences between the two pictures on the back (Season 3 episode Arcade)
  • Bridges
    • The Jimmy James Bridge
      • Construction project Lisa proposes in an attempt to convince Mr. James not to build his towers in New York City. Mr. James: "Lisa, nobody ever says anything good about a bridge, all right? They'd be like, 'Traffic was blocked up for hours today on the Jimmy James,' or, 'Some loser jumped off the Jimmy James today,' or, 'I was driving along the Jimmy James while my best friend was back home in bed with my wife." (Season 5 episode Towers)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • The Criterion Building
      • Home of WNYX in Manhattan.
    • The Dave Cave
      • Batman-influenced Joke Dave makes about other secrets he may have when the office finds out he's Canadian (Season 3 episode The Trainer)
    • Fort Awesome
      • Mr. James' mansion. Mr. James: "I wanted a place just like Xanadu, but without such a dorky name." Lisa: "So what'd you call it?" Mr. James: "Fort Awesome." (Season 4 episode The Secret of Management)
  • Bus Lines
    • The Bitch Bus
      • Joke Max makes when Dave arrives at the office in a bad mood. Max: "Looks like someone rode in on the Bitch Bus today." (Season 5 episode Padded Suit)
  • Cafes and Delis
    • Chez Jean-Jacques
      • French cafe where Matthew pretends to work when the gang eats lunch there (Season 4 episode Super Karate Monkey Death Car)
  • Cities and Towns - Joke
    • Squaresville
      • Fictional city from joke (Season 2 episode Zoso, title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
  • Classes
    • I Thought You Might Benefit from a Few of the Old Bill McNeal Rules of Speech Etiquette and Presentation
      • Fake course from joke that Dave makes. Bill: "I taught a course on it at the learning annex." Dave: "You did? What course was that? The 'I thought you might benefit from a few of the old Bill McNeal rules of speech etiquette and presentation' course? Well, you know what, Bill? To be perfectly honest with you, I am a little nervous about public speaking, and I probably could use a few tips." (Season 2 episode In Through the Out Door - episode title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
  • Cleaning Products
    • Break Dancing Detergent
      • Mr. James' detergent brand. Mr. James: "You know, I once had a line of detergents with a great brand name. Dandy Clean. Everybody, everybody trusted it. But, you know, then that break dancing fad hit and my people made me change it. Try to stay hip and everything like that. And the whole thing, went bust in less than a year." Joe: "What did you change the name to?" Mr. James: "Break Dancing Detergent." (Season 5 episode Ploy)
    • Dandy Clean
      • Mr. James' detergent brand. Mr. James: "You know, I once had a line of detergents with a great brand name. Dandy Clean. Everybody, everybody trusted it. But, you know, then that break dancing fad hit and my people made me change it. Try to stay hip and everything like that. And the whole thing, went bust in less than a year." Joe: "What did you change the name to?" Mr. James: "Break Dancing Detergent." (Season 5 episode Ploy)
  • Clothing and Accessories
    • Blue Genie's Blue Jeans
      • Bill gets hired for a TV commercial job promoting Blue Genie's Blue Jeans at Shadow Studios (Season 4 episode Security Door)
    • Lady Capri Hip Huggers
      • Bill gets hired for a TV commercial job promoting Blue Genie's Blue Jeans at Shadow Studios. Their latest style is called Lady Capri Hip Huggers. (Season 4 episode Security Door)
  • Coffee Shops
    • Hot Cup of Web
      • Chain of Internet cafes owned by Mr. James (Season 5 episode Clash of the Titans)
    • Seattle Java
      • Coffee shop in the same building as the radio station featuring the frequent customer program The Guzzler's Club. (Season 3 episode President) Name mentioned (Season 3 episode Review)
  • Colonies
    • Jimmy-lantis
      • Construction project Lisa proposes in an attempt to convince Mr. James not to build his towers in New York City. "An underwater colony: the final frontier." (Season 5 episode Towers)
  • Combat Strategies
    • Joe-jitsu
      • Joe's personal style of jujitsu. "The 16 fold path to enlightenment." Obnoxious mouthing off is the cornerstone of Joe-jitsu. (Season 5 episode Padded Suit)
    • The Windmill
      • Offensive maneuver Max uses to attack Jack Frost, Mr. James' new personal security consultant (Season 5 episode Stinkbutt)
  • Communications Companies
    • Robertson Communications
      • Mr. James almost sells the station to another company (Season 2 episode Station Sale)
  • Competitions
    • 1998 Belch-a-Thon
      • Joke Lisa makes about the behavior of the guys in the office one day when she's the only female there. "Join you for what? Is it the 1998 Belch-a-thon? Or maybe it's a symposium on crotch grabbing? Perhaps just a regular, old garden-variety circle - " (Season 4 episode Jackass Junior High)
    • Corporate Charity Talent Show
      • Talent show where Matthew demonstrates his sub-par ventriloquist talent but wins by pity vote (Season 4 episode Stupid Holiday Charity Talent Show)
  • Concerts
    • Badger Jam '88
      • Concert featuring the final appearance of Dave's old all-male a cappella quartet, Chock Full O' Notes. (Season 4 episode Chock)
  • Conditions and Diseases
    • King-of-the-world-itis
      • Uncontrollable desire to stand on the bow of the ship and yell, "I'm king of the world!" (Season 4 episode Sinking Ship)
  • Construction Companies
    • Bayshore Sheet Metal
      • Mr. James buys the gang baseball caps for Christmas, apparently leftover hats from orders made by other companies, including "Bayshore Sheet Metal" for Matthew, "Bethel Lighting" for Beth, "Electric, Passaic Mini Storage" for Lisa and "Rockaway Lumber" for Dave. (Season 2 episode Xmas Story)
    • Rockaway Lumber
      • Mr. James buys the gang baseball caps for Christmas, apparently leftover hats from orders made by other companies, including "Bayshore Sheet Metal" for Matthew, "Bethel Lighting" for Beth, "Electric, Passaic Mini Storage" for Lisa and "Rockaway Lumber" for Dave. (Season 2 episode Xmas Story)
  • Conventions and Seminars
    • National Junior High Student Council Convention
      • The new office intern tells Dave that he was inspired to go into radio after hearing Dave speak at the National Junior High Student Council Convention. (Season 4 episode Monster Rancher)
  • Corporations
    • Jimmy James Inc.
      • No description available
    • Max Lewis Incorporated
      • Max's company. Max: "You heard it first, you heard it live on Max Lewis' This Day In History. Max Lewis History is now a registered trademark of Max Lewis Incorporated." (Season 5 episode Noise)
  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • Dr. Frank Westford
      • Therapist brought into the counsel the staff and relieve some of the tension in the office - portrayed by John Ritter (Season 2 episode Shrink)
  • Currency
    • Space Dollars
      • The new future currency in space (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
  • Dance Styles
    • The Virgina Reel
      • According to Max, the original Forbidden dance (Season 5 episode New Hampshire)
  • Diners
    • D.B. Cooper's House of Pancakes
      • Joke Dave makes to Mr. James. "Is it like a promotional stunt for some other company you've got startin' up? Like, D.B. Cooper's House of Pancakes?" (Season 5 episode Jail)
  • Doctors
    • Dr. Art Ulene
      • Bill complains about another broadcaster using the word penis on the air during his new opinion segment, but recants after finding out that the broadcaster was a doctor. Bill: "Yesterday I tried to call attention to a rival broadcaster's use of an obscene word on the airwaves. I have subsequently been informed that the key issue is context. That certain broadcaster, Dr. Art Ulene, was using the word in a medical discussion about prostate conditions." (Season 3 episode The Injury)
    • Dr. Jeffrey Chin
      • Promo Lisa reads on the air: "The cure for the common cold could be no further away than your kitchen cupboard. Dr. Jeffrey Chin has been dispensing herbal remedies from his office on Mott Street since 1953." (Pilot episode)
    • Dr. McNeal
      • Joke Bill makes while keeping Mr. James company while he's in his coma. Bill: "Dr. McNeal is dispensing some laugh medicine.” (Season 3 episode Sleeping)
    • Dr. Shelton
      • Ed the current news director's Chiropractor (Pilot episode)
  • Electronics Stores
    • Crazy Eric's Discount Electronics
      • WNYX sponsor (Season 4 episode Jumper)
    • Crazy Eric's Electronics
      • Radio commercial that Phil wants to do, but Dave hires a funny voice professional. (Season 4 episode Jackass Junior High)
  • Energy and Power Companies
    • Bethel Lighting and Electric
      • Mr. James buys the gang baseball caps for Christmas, apparently leftover hats from orders made by other companies, including "Bayshore Sheet Metal" for Matthew, "Bethel Lighting" for Beth, "Electric, Passaic Mini Storage" for Lisa and "Rockaway Lumber" for Dave. (Season 2 episode Xmas Story)
  • Enterprises
    • Kyle Martin Enterprises Inc.
      • Kyle Martin is the kid that swindled Mr. James by selling him a bunch of fake movie props (Season 3 episode Rose Bowl)
  • Entertainment for Hire
    • The Great Ventriloquidini
      • Dave's ventriloquist stage name (Season 4 episode Stupid Holiday Charity Talent Show)
    • Throwdini
      • Dave's knife throwing nemesis, played by Kevin McDonald from Kids in the Hall (Season 4 episode Stupid Holiday Charity Talent Show)
    • Throwgali
      • Dave's knife-throwing name. Full version: "Throwgali Master of the Throwing Knife" (Season 4 episode Stupid Holiday Charity Talent Show)
  • Fairs, Festivals and Parades
    • Million Mommas March
      • March Mr. James attempts to organize. Mr. James: "So let's give America a spanking, shall we? Join me, Jimmy James, on this so-called Mother's Day in the first annual Million Mommas March." (Season 5 episode Padded Suit)
  • Fast Food-Burgers
    • Lucky Burger
      • Fast food restaurant where Lisa goes undercover (Season 5 episode Lucky Burger)
  • Film Production Companies
    • Shadow Studios
      • Bill gets hired for a TV commercial job promoting Blue Genie's Blue Jeans at Shadow Studios (Season 4 episode Security Door)
  • Fitness Centers
    • Ted Chambers' Total Workout
      • Bill's new gym, where he meets Vic, played by Ben Stiller (Season 3 episode The Trainer)
  • Furniture Stores
    • Desk Emporium
      • Furniture store where Bill wants Dave to buy him a new desk (Season 1 episode The Crisis)
  • Games
    • Who Can Get the Coffee Cup Off the Top of the Light Fixture?
      • Game Matthew and Joe play at work. Dave: "Hey, guys. What's going on? You playing hallway soccer? Trash can basketball? Hey, does this have anything to do with that coffee cup that's been on top of this light fixture the last few days? What do you call this game?" Matthew and Joe: "Who can get the coffee cup off the top of the light fixture." (Season 2 episode The Injury)
  • Government Agencies
    • B.C.C.I.
      • Bill's stalker: "So that's when I discovered if I wore the eye patch on this eye, it would make this eye stronger and vice versa. But I digress. What were we talking about? That's right. That's right. The note in Vince Foster's briefcase. Intentional misdirect, covert ops written all over it, courtesy of the B.C.C.I." (Season 2 episode Goofy Ball)
    • The Galactic Empire
      • Catherine reads a news report referring to the events of Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope: "Tragedy struck today in Sector 9 as rebel terrorists blew up the Death Star, killing thousands. The rebel alliance, a fringe group of anti-Empire fanatics has claimed responsibility for the terrorist act. Fortunately, Lord Vader escaped without harm. Our hearts go out to the families of the victims."
    • The Landmarks Preservation Bureau
      • Government agency that objects to Mr. James' plans to build two towers shaped like 2 gigantic J's in New York City. Mr. James eventually moves the project to London. (Season 5 episode Towers)
    • Occupational Health and Safety Association
      • Also known as OHSA, NewsRadio version of government agency OSHA that comes to the station to interview Matthew after he cuts his hand playing games with Joe (Season 3 episode The Injury)
  • High Schools
    • Central High School
      • Where Bill went to high school (Season 3 episode Led Zeppelin Boxed Set)
  • Historical Events
    • Great Nude Looting Epidemic of '97
      • Joke Beth makes to Lisa, at what could happen when she freaks out about being in charge. Lisa: "What if I tell someone to do something, and then they don't do it? And then everybody in the office decides they don't have to do what I say.” Beth: "Anarchy sweeps the nation, and millions of people are running around nude, looting stuff? Yes, exactly… Just focus on the first part of the staff meeting.” Lisa: "Oh, I see. So if the first thing I say at the first staff meeting isn't perfect…” Beth: "Yes, you will single-handedly bear the blame for the great nude looting epidemic of '97.” (Season 4 episode Pure Evil)
  • Home Furnishing Products
    • Carpet Steamer Incorporated
      • Bill and Beth audition for the Dream Come True garage door opener commercial, no longer associated with Dream Come True Carpet Steamer Incorporated company (Season 3 episode Christmas)
    • Dream Come True Garage Door Opener
      • Bill and Beth audition for a product commercial (Season 3 episode Christmas)
  • Ice Cream Parlors
    • Carducci's
      • Store on Prince Street where Joe bought his gelato that gets stolen from the office break room refrigerator (Season 2 episode No, This Is Not Based Entirely on Julie's Life)
  • Lodging - Other
    • The Peninsula
      • Hotel where the the 32nd Annual American Broadcasters Society Awards Banquet is held (Season 3 episode Awards Show)
  • Magazines-Other
    • Broadcasting Monthly
      • Magazine (Pilot episode)
    • Cat Fancier
      • NewsRadio version of Cat Fancy magazine that Matthew reads (Season 3 episode Kids)
    • Contemporary Radio Magazine
      • The new office intern mentions a quote of Dave's from the magazine Contemporary Radio Magazine back in April 1993. The quote: "No truly great radio journalist has ever had anything handed to him on a silver platter." (Season 4 episode Monster Rancher)
    • New York Radio Guide
      • An annual publication with reviews of each radio station. The gang at WNYX go crazy over the new '96-'97 edition. (Season 3 episode Review)
    • Radio Ink
      • Magazine that interviews Dave (Season 3 episode Mistake), Max holds up a framed issue with Bill on the cover. (Season 4 episode Monster Rancher)
    • Sassy
      • Magazine Lisa mentions to Beth to distract her. (Season 3 episode Mistake)
  • Manufacturing Companies
    • Amalgamated Turbine
      • Jimmy's stock tip for Bill (Season 3 episode Stocks)
    • Hats by Beth, Incorporated
      • Beth's new company that sells hats, specifically hats that look like the one worn by Mushmouth on Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids. (Season 2 episode Zoso, title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
    • Tessio Brothers, Incorporated
      • Pen company Mr. James does business with (Season 1 episode Big Day)
  • Meat
    • Soylent Green
      • Bill advertises Soylent Green on the air: "Now available in vanilla-nut flavor. So for a tasty treat that's good to eat, try Soylent Green. Soylent Green is people. Soylent Green, made from the best stuff on Earth, people.” (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
  • Medical Devices
    • Hyper Sleep Nexus
      • Controller for the hyper sleep pods that Matthew accidentally unplugs killing everybody on the station except for him and Bill. (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
  • Menu Items
    • Jackpot Meal
      • Meal combo option available at Lucky Burger, the fast food restaurant where Lisa goes undercover (Season 5 episode Lucky Burger)
    • Lucky Meal
      • Meal combo option available at Lucky Burger, the fast food restaurant where Lisa goes undercover (Season 5 episode Lucky Burger)
  • Military Bases
    • Area 52
      • Secret military base that Joe mentions - more secret than Area 51. (Season 3 episode President)
  • Mixed Drinks
    • Max's Spook-a-delic Punch
      • Alcoholic drink served at the office Christmas party. (Season 5 episode Spooky Rapping Crypt)
  • Movies
    • Agent Zero
      • Action movie Matthew sees (Season 3 episode Led Zeppelin Boxed Set)
  • Movies-Fake Reboots and Sequels
    • Under Siege 3
      • Fictional sequel to Steven Seagal's Under Siege 2 (Season 3 episode The Massage Chair)
  • Movies-Parody
    • Looking for Mrs. Clark Bar
      • Mr. James gets swindled, buying a bunch of fake movie props - including a Clark candy bar supposedly from the movie Looking for Mrs. Clark Bar, which doesn't exist - it's actually Looking for Mr. Goodbar (Season 3 episode Rose Bowl)
    • True Grits
      • Mr. James gets swindled, buying a bunch of fake movie props - including a box of grits from the movie True Grits, which doesn't exist - it's actually True Grit (Season 3 episode Rose Bowl)
  • Moving, Delivery, Shipping and Storage
    • Passaic Mini Storage
      • Mr. James buys the gang baseball caps for Christmas, apparently leftover hats from orders made by other companies, including "Bayshore Sheet Metal" for Matthew, "Bethel Lighting" for Beth, "Electric, Passaic Mini Storage" for Lisa and "Rockaway Lumber" for Dave. (Season 2 episode Xmas Story)
  • Museums
    • Bill's Secret Repository of Tasty Ted-bits and Fond Ted-memberances
      • Joke Bill makes to recently departed coworker Ted's friend. "Then walk this way through the gates of Ted-dom into Bill's secret repository of tasty Ted-bits and fond Ted-memberances.” (Season 4 episode Copy Machine)
    • The Museum of Yarn
      • Joke Bill makes about the locals (Season 3 episode Airport)
  • Musicians
    • Chock Full O 'notes
      • Dave's old all-male a cappella quartet, featuring guest stars Bob Odenkirk, David Cross and Brian Posehn. (Season 4 episode Chock)
    • MC Phreakzille
      • Mr. James' new personal security consultant Jack Frost's undercover rapper identity. (Season 5 episode Stinkbutt)
  • Newspapers
    • The Collins County Register
      • Newspaper in New Hampshire that Mr. James wants to buy and rename The Daily Jimmy. (Season 5 episode New Hampshire)
    • The Daily Jimmy
      • The name Jimmy wants to give to the New Hampshire newspaper The Collins County Register. (Season 5 episode New Hampshire)
    • The Madison Gazette
      • The new office intern mentions a quote of Dave's from the newspaper The Madison Gazette. The quote: "Nine-tenths of good radio is preparation." (Season 4 episode Monster Rancher)
    • The Scandal Sheet
      • Newspaper Matthew reads on the Titanic (Season 4 episode Sinking Ship)
  • Outer Space
    • Sector 12
      • Dave's space pod is located in Sector 12, apparently a very safe place to live in space (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
    • Sector 9
      • Catherine reads a news report referring to the events of Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope: "Tragedy struck today in Sector 9 as rebel terrorists blew up the Death Star, killing thousands. The rebel alliance, a fringe group of anti-Empire fanatics has claimed responsibility for the terrorist act. Fortunately, Lord Vader escaped without harm. Our hearts go out to the families of the victims.” (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
  • Parties
    • Annual Broadcasters Luncheon
      • Event that Bill invites Beth to and Beth kisses him in the limo (Season 1 episode Luncheon at the Waldorf)
    • Jimmy James Farewell Jubilee
      • Mr. James' retirement party (Season 5 episode Retirement)
    • Jimmy James, Inc. Halloween Party
      • Party Mr. James throws for Halloween (Season 3 episode Halloween)
  • Personal Care Products
    • Garelli
      • Mr. James' Italian line of feminine hygiene products. (Season 5 episode Ploy)
    • Underpinnings Incorporated
      • Adult diaper product Catherine did commercial for (Season 3 episode Office Feud)
  • Pest Control Products
    • Ant Out
      • Pest control product Matthew sets off in the break room (Season 3 episode Awards Show)
  • Pharmaceutical Companies
    • Garelli-James Pharmaceuticals Inc.
      • Potential name for the theoretical pharmaceutical company that would mass produce Joe's smart juice cocktail - suggested by Joe. (Season 5 episode Flowers for Matthew)
    • Garm Phinc.
      • Potential name for the theoretical pharmaceutical company that would mass produce Joe's smart juice cocktail - suggested by Joe, shortened from Garelli-James Pharmaceuticals Inc. (Season 5 episode Flowers for Matthew)
    • Jam-Arelli Pharmaceut Inc.
      • Potential name for the theoretical pharmaceutical company that would mass produce Joe's smart juice cocktail - suggested by Mr. James, shortened from James-Garelli Pharmaceuticals Inc. (Season 5 episode Flowers for Matthew)
    • James-Garelli Pharmaceuticals Inc.
      • Potential name for the theoretical pharmaceutical company that would mass produce Joe's smart juice cocktail - suggested by Mr. James. (Season 5 episode Flowers for Matthew)
  • Pizza Parlors
    • Petey the Pirate's Funtime Pizza Palace
      • Matthews favorite place to eat (Season 4 episode The Secret of Management)
  • Poetry
    • Frodo, The Paranoid Gnome
      • Matthew writes a poem for Dave, about Dave, and how he's acting paranoid, influenced by The Lord of the Rings. (Season 4 episode Security Door)
  • Products-Other
    • Ebony Lust
      • Flavor of incense Bill used to use back at his college radio station. (Season 3 episode Sleeping)
  • Professional Organizations
    • Broadcasters Society
      • Mr. James asks Dave to introduce Bill for his speech at the Broadcasting Society dinner. (Season 2 episode In Through the Out Door - episode title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
    • Industrial Retrofitters Local 238
      • Union Joe mentions when he goes on strike. Joe: "Think I want to be on strike? It's the other union, the Industrial Retrofitters Local 238… Their union and our union are allied, like sister unions. So if they go on strike, I gotta go on strike too.” (Season 4 episode Who's the Boss?)
    • The Jimmy Junior Brigade
      • Mr. James' new intern program at WNYX. Members are known as Rocking Rangers. (Season 4 episode Monster Rancher)
  • Radio Programs
    • Alastair McCello
      • Max worked at 37 radio stations before WNYX, using a different 'nom de radio' each time. Max: "But in Dayton, it was classical. Hence, the name Alastair McCello.” (Season 5 episode Lucky Burger)
    • Bill McNeal's Hypothetical Interviews
      • New segment airing on WNYX during which Bill pretends to interview President Bill Clinton. (Season 4 episode Pure Evil)
    • The Brock Report
      • Matthew's new radio news segment. Lisa Miller: "Opinions expressed by Matthew Brock are not necessarily those of WNYX. Facts cited by Matthew Brock are not necessarily facts." (Season 5 episode Ploy)
    • Charlie Chowder
      • Max worked at 37 radio stations before WNYX, using a different 'nom de radio' each time. In Boston, he was Charlie Chowder. (Season 5 episode Lucky Burger)
    • Dr. Dan the Bull-sesh Man
      • Max worked at 37 radio stations before WNYX, using a different 'nom de radio' each time. Max (after Dave tells him he used to listen to the show: "I thought the only people that listened to that show were confused adolescents with serious questions about their sexuality.” (Season 5 episode Lucky Burger)
    • Fibber McGee and Molly
      • Mr. James buys Matthew the rights to an old radio show for Christmas (Season 2 episode Xmas Story)
    • The Jazzmanian Devil
      • Max worked at 37 radio stations before WNYX, using a different 'nom de radio' each time. Max: "In New Orleans, I was The Jazzmanian Devil.” (Season 5 episode Lucky Burger)
    • The Jimmy James Towers: Total Eclipse of the Park
      • Radio news report segment about Jimmy James' new building project. (Season 5 episode Towers)
    • Johnny Tumbleweed
      • Max worked at 37 radio stations before WNYX, using a different 'nom de radio' each time. In San Antonio, he was Johnny Tumbleweed, The High Desert DJ. (Season 5 episode Lucky Burger)
    • Knute Rockly
      • Max worked at 37 radio stations before WNYX, using a different 'nom de radio' each time. Max: "In Cleveland, I worked at a rock station, so I used the name Knute Rockly.” (Season 5 episode Lucky Burger)
    • Max Lewis' This Day in History
      • Max's new segment on WNYX, based on Lisa's new segment, This Day in History with Lisa Miller (Season 5 episode Noise)
    • The McNeil Perspective
      • Bill's new opinion segment, during which he complains about another broadcaster using the word penis on the air. (Season 3 episode The Injury)
    • The Real Deal with Bill McNeal
      • Bill's news segment at WNYX.
    • The Real Deal with Lisa Miller
      • Lisa replaces Bill as the host of the Real Deal segment when Bill becomes the station manager. (Season 4 episode Who's the Boss?)
    • Shut Up New York
      • Bill's new segment on WNYX (Season 4 episode The Secret of Management)
    • Sound Off, New York
      • Radio program Dave proposes to Mr. James. Dave: "I was thinking we could devote half an hour every afternoon to a live call-in show, in which the listeners of our station could air their complaints about living in the city." (Season 2 episode The Cane)
    • This Day in History with Lisa Miller
      • Lisa's new segment on WNYX (Season 5 episode Noise)
  • Radio Stations
    • KCRAP
      • Fake radio station from Bill's joke: "I'd like this article to reflect that we are the heirs to Edward R. Murrow's great legacy, not the morning zoo on K-CRAP with Boogerman and the gang." (Season 2 episode The Song Remains the Same, title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
    • WNY-Sex
      • Fictional porn version of the radio station WNYX from the title of the Photoshopped picture of Catherine's head on LaToya Jackson's nude body that Bill has sent to Matthew. (Season 2 episode Physical Graffiti, title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
    • WNYX
      • 585 AM.
    • WXYP
      • Rival radio station where Ed says he's going to work when he leaves (Pilot episode)
  • Realms
    • Billionaireland
      • Joke Matthew makes about Mr. James' lifestyle. Matthew: "Mr. James, no offense, you wouldn't understand." Mr. James: "Why not?" Matthew: "To be frank, you spend your day in billionaire-land. Getting steam baths and sitting on your ass, letting your ego be massaged by yes men." (Season 5 episode Freaky Friday)
  • Recipes
    • Turds in a Blanket
      • Fictional dish from Bill's joke: "Nobody cares how beautiful the soufflιe is if the appetizer is turds in a blanket." (Season 2 episode In Through the Out Door - episode title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
  • Record Companies
    • National Video Center Recording Studio
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  • Record Stores
    • The Record and Tape Club
      • NewsRadio version of Columbia House that service that Beth abuses until the company comes looking for her (Season 5 episode Freaky Friday)
  • Restaurants-Mexican
    • Chico's
      • 
Bill takes the entire staff out to lunch in honor of Catherine's birthday the day before. (Season 1 episode Inappropriate)
  • Restaurants-Other
    • Eddie's
      • Restaurant Lisa thinks is Dave's favorite lunch spot; it's actually Tavern on the Green. (Season 5 episode Assistant)
    • Tavern on the Green
      • Dave's favorite lunch spot where he takes Lisa's new assistant Foxy out to lunch. (Season 5 episode Assistant)
  • School Mascots
    • Grizzlies
      • Dave's high school mascot (Season 5 episode Boston)
  • Security Services
    • Jack Frost
      • Mr. James' new personal security consultant, although it turns out he's not actually a personal security consultant, but a compulsive imposter. (Season 5 episode Stinkbutt)
  • Slang
    • B-Cakes
      • Slang word that Beth makes up, the street version of Bitchcakes. Lisa: "Where are you going?" Beth: "I'm going to go fax my new words around, see how long it takes them to show up on Melrose Place. Catch you later, B-cakes. That's the street version." (Season 2 episode Physical Graffiti, title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
    • Bitchcakes
      • Slang word that Beth makes up. Beth: "If my boyfriend acted like that, I'd go absolutely bitchcakes." Lisa: "Bitchcakes?" Beth: "I just made that up. You think it's gonna catch on?" (Season 2 episode Physical Graffiti, title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
    • Bunnymaker
      • Slang word that Beth makes up. Beth: "When Stewie's around, you still want to shake your bunnymaker." Lisa: "I do not, and the word is moneymaker." Beth: "Hello, I know, it's another new one I made up." (Season 2 episode Physical Graffiti, title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
    • Crazappy
      • Fake slang - Catherine offers Bill some ideas about how to fix his Rocket Fuel malt liquor spots - means crazy good (Season 3 episode Office Feud)
    • Dills-noofus
      • Fake slang - Catherine offers Bill some ideas about how to fix his Rocket Fuel malt liquor spots - What people are calling their friends and homeys and peeps (Season 3 episode Office Feud)
    • Guzzizah
      • Fake slang - Catherine offers Bill some ideas about how to fix his Rocket Fuel malt liquor spots - What people on the street are saying instead of Whassup, means hello or goodbye, sort a street aloha (Season 3 episode Office Feud)
    • Illz-nidiotic
      • Fake slang - Catherine offers Bill some ideas about how to fix his Rocket Fuel malt liquor spots - means idiotic (Season 3 episode Office Feud)
    • Miz-moronic
      • Fake slang - Catherine offers Bill some ideas about how to fix his Rocket Fuel malt liquor spots - means moronic (Season 3 episode Office Feud)
  • Social Clubs
    • The Men's Club
      • New club at the radio station office that meets in the men's room. (Season 5 episode Assistant)
  • Soft Drinks
    • Jamesmont Soda
      • Beverage product, A fully-owned subsidiary of Jimmy James Incorporated. (Season 5 episode Apartment)
  • Software
    • Garelliware
      • Joe's software that he uses to created the official WNYX web page. (Season 5 episode Apartment)
    • Jimmy James Web Browser
      • New computer program Mr. James promotes over Microsoft's Internet Explorer. (Season 4 episode Balloon)
  • Software Companies
    • Starkware
      • Mr. James has a meeting with computer whiz nerd billionaire Eric Stark, owner of software company Starkware, which triggers his extreme fear of hippies. (Season 5 episode Hair)
  • Songs
    • Come Back, Lisa
      • Song written by Lisa's ex-boyfriend (Season 2 episode Zoso, title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
  • Space Stations
    • Death Star
      • Catherine reads a news report referring to the events of Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope: "Tragedy struck today in Sector 9 as rebel terrorists blew up the Death Star, killing thousands. The rebel alliance, a fringe group of anti-Empire fanatics has claimed responsibility for the terrorist act. Fortunately, Lord Vader escaped without harm. Our hearts go out to the families of the victims.” (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
  • Special Events
    • National Have Your Secretary Institutionalized Day
      • Joke Dave makes to Beth: "Is it National Have Your Secretary Institutionalized Day?"
  • Sports
    • Hallway Soccer
      • Game Matthew and Joe play at work. Dave: "Hey, guys. What's going on? You playing hallway soccer? Trash can basketball? Hey, does this have anything to do with that coffee cup that's been on top of this light fixture the last few days? What do you call this game?" Matthew and Joe: "Who can get the coffee cup off the top of the light fixture." (Season 2 episode The Injury)
    • Trash Can Basketball
      • Game Matthew and Joe play at work. Dave: "Hey, guys. What's going on? You playing hallway soccer? Trash can basketball? Hey, does this have anything to do with that coffee cup that's been on top of this light fixture the last few days? What do you call this game?" Matthew and Joe: "Who can get the coffee cup off the top of the light fixture." (Season 2 episode The Injury)
  • Surgeons
    • Dr. Akim Tamiroff
      • Local surgeon Max claims botched his appendix operation, as well as Jack Frost Mr. James' new personal security consultant. (Season 5 episode Stinkbutt)
  • Theater Productions
    • Dave, The Insane Maniac
      • A play in one act, by Beth and Bill. (Season 2 episode Bitch Session)
  • Thoroughfares-Boulevards
    • Boulevard of Broken Dreams
      • Joke Matthew makes during his punk phase. "Sorry, Mussolini. I had some business to take care of down on the Boulevard of Broken Dreams." (Season 5 episode Towers)
  • Towers
    • The Jimmy James Space Tower Plaza
      • Mr. James' new project to build two towers in New York City shaped like gigantic J's, that will be the tallest towers in the world. Mr. James eventually moves the project to London. (Season 5 episode Towers)
  • Toy Products
    • 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)
  • Trains
    • The Johnny Johnson Express
      • Joke Johnny Johnson makes: "Dave, the Johnny Johnson Express is leaving the station. And I'm offering you a seat in first class." (Season 5 episode Clash of the Titans)
  • TV Shows-Specials
    • Authentic Alien Autopsy Bloopers
      • Tape Joe mentions (Season 3 episode Halloween)
  • TV Stations
    • SEN-NET
      • TV station airing live footage of Senate proceedings, fictional version of C-Span (Season 4 episode Pure Evil)
    • WNJE
      • TV station Bill auditions for, but looks terrible on camera. (Season 4 episode Planbee)
  • Vehicles-Cars and Trucks
    • Dave-mobile
      • Batman-influenced Joke Dave makes about other secrets he may have when the office finds out he's Canadian (Season 3 episode The Trainer)
    • The Electric Love Cruise Wagon
      • According to Joe, where Mr. James is hiding while he's on the lam after escaping from jail. Joe: "Reliable sources tell me he's traveling coast to coast in a customized van called The Electric Love Cruise Wagon." (Season 5 episode The Lam)
  • Vehicles-Nautical
    • The Good Ship Crunchy Goose
      • Joke Bill makes about the name of Cap'n Crunch's boat as he eats cereal and works on the kid's maze on the back of the box. Catherine: "I'm calling a little staff meeting, Bill.” Bill: "I'm a little busy right now.” Catherine: "Busy doing what?” Bill: "Helping the captain find his way back to the good ship Crunchy Goose, or whatever the hell his stupid boat is called.” (Season 4 episode Catherine Moves On)
  • Vehicles-Other
    • Rose Bowl
      • Sled that Mr. James buys, thinking it's the famous Rosebud sled from the movie Citizen Kane (Season 3 episode Rose Bowl)
  • Vehicles-Space
    • H.M.S. Badd Boy
      • Mr. James' hot air balloon that he plans to fly around the world. (Season 4 episode Balloon)
  • Video Game Arcades
    • The Broadway Arcade
      • Arcade where Dave plays Stargate Defender video game after it is removed from the office lobby (Season 3 episode Arcade)
  • Video Games
    • Super Karate Monkey Death Car
      • Video game Lisa tells Dave her brother created and sold to Microsoft (Season 2 episode Negotiation)
  • Video Games-Arcade
    • Madame Leona Knows All
      • Fortune telling machine that replaces the Stargate Defender arcade video game in the office lobby. (Season 3 episode Arcade)
    • Stargate Defender
      • Arcade video game that replaces the old sandwich vending machine in the lobby. The video game cabinet shown is the 1980s Stargate video game, the sequel to Defender, also known as Defender II. (Season 3 episode Arcade)
  • Videos
    • Decision '99: The Road to The Apartment
      • Live video feed aired on the WNYX website. "So we interrupt this program to bring you Decision '99: The Road to The Apartment. Today WNYX gives you the chance to vote on which employee deserves a really great apartment.” (Season 5 episode Apartment)
  • Weapons-Guns
    • Stun Gun 2000
      • Also known as "The stalker shocker" Stun gun that Joe builds for Bill. Bill: "Looks like a garage door opener." Joe: "That's what it used to be, an old garage door opener, some diodes and resistors from a busted mixing board, one reconditioned doorbell button, and one big-ass battery." (Season 2 episode Goofy Ball)
  • Websites
    • Freakzilla.com
      • Recently deceased coworker Ted leaves a suicide note saying he learned how to rig the copier to kill him on a website called freakzilla.com (Season 4 episode Copy Machine)
    • Scopenet.com
      • Fictional web server. During Bill and Catherine's war, Matthew receives an anonymous email from phreakzilla @scopenet.com with a Photoshopped picture of Catherine's head on LaToya Jackson's nude body. (Season 2 episode Physical Graffiti, title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
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