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THE SIMPSONS 1989 Animated Series
  • Duff Man: New feelings brewing in Duff Man - what would Jesus do? (Season 12 episode Hungry, Hungry Homer)

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  • Academies
    • Belly Flop Academy
      • When the manager of the Native American casino Caesar's Pow-Wow shows Bart a vision of his future in which Lisa is President of the United States, she designates Bart as the Secretary of Keepin' It Real and sends him to Camp David to draft a report on coolness, where he meets Jimmy Carter's brother Billy Carter's ghost, who breaks the news to him that Lisa is just trying to get rid off him, same as Jimmy Carter did when he was busy making peace ion the Middle East, when he sent Billy to Belly Flop Academy. (Season 11 episode Bart to the Future)
  • Activist Groups
    • Dirt First
      • Eco-radical group that stages a daring protest at Krusty Burger, led by teenage activist Jesse Grass. (Season 12 episode Lisa the Tree Hugger)
    • Italian-American Anti-Defamation League
      • Man that interrupts the Fat Tony's battle with the Castellaneta family at Luigi's: "Hey, wait a minute! I'm president of the Italian-American Anti-Defamation League, and this really burns my cannoli." (Season 14 episode Moe Baby Blues)
    • P.T.E.T.A.
      • Organization that Lisa supports. Pre-Teens for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, parody of P.E.T.A. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Parents United Against Krusty's Evil
      • Organization protesting against Krusty the Clown, also known as PUKE. (Season 14 episode Large Marge)
    • PPASSCCATAG
      • Proud Parents Against Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples, and Teens, and Gays. Activist group that Marge creates to fight back against SSCCATAGAPP: Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays Against Parasitic Parents. According to Dr. Hibbert, PPASSCCATAG is also the name of a disease of the brain stem. (Season 15 episode Marge Versus Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays)
    • S.N.U.H.
      • Springfieldians for Nonviolence, Understanding and Helping. Marge's crusade against cartoon violence. (Season 2 episode Itchy & Scratchy & Marge)
    • SSCCATAGAPP
      • Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays Against Parasitic Parents. Activist group founded by Lindsay Naegle. (Season 15 episode Marge Versus Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays)
  • Advertising and Marketing
    • McMahon And Tate Advertising Agency
      • Company Homer hires to create a new Mr. Plow commercial. (Season 4 episode Mr. Plow) Advertising agency featured in a Duff Beer commercial. (Season 4 episode Duffless)
    • Van Brunt & Churchill Advertising
      • Ad agency behind Lard Lad Donuts, spotted in the footprint that Lard Lad leaves behind outside the Simpson house. (Season 7 episode Treehouse of Horror VI - segment Attack of the 50 Ft Eyesores)
  • Airlines
    • AeroBrasil
      • The Simpsons go to Brazil to find Lisa's orphan Ronaldo. (Season 13 episode Blame it on Lisa)
    • Aero Γ3ΛΦ
      • Airline advertised in New York City. (Season 9 episode The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson, Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)

    • Air China
      • The Simpsons fly to China so Selma can adopt a baby. (Season 16 episode Goo Goo Gai Pan)
    • Air Delaware
      • The Simpsons almost fly to Delaware. (Season 12 episode Simpson Tall Tales)
    • Air India
      • Airline. "We treat you like cattle" (Season 9 episode The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilans)
    • Eastern Airlines
      • Efcot Center, parody of Disney World's Epcot Center, is presented by Eastern Airlines. "Eastern Airlines presents The World of Tomorrow” (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • Gabbo Airlines
      • Airline advertised on the Gabbo Show. (Season 4 episode Krusty Gets Kancelled)
    • Harrier Jet
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    • No-Frills Airlines
      • Airline.
      • Marge and Moe fly to Aruba on No Frills Airlines for the Tavern and Restaurant Owners Convention. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
      • Cheap airline that crashes at the airport. (Season 15 episode Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore)
    • Quasi-Clown Airlines
      • After Homer impersonates a pilot and endangers lives, the Simpsons get free airline tickets to anywhere in the United States, excluding Alaska and Hawaii, the freak states. (Season 6 episode Fear of Flying)
    • SkyAmeriWestica
      • Airline tickets that Principal Skinner receives in the mail. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • Suntan Airlines
      • Homer and Marge fly to Miami instead of their planned trip to Dayton for Uncle Tyrone's birthday. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Trans-Atlantic Zeppelin
      • As part of Mr. Burns' aggressive new trading strategy, he wants to take 50% of his money and put it in the following companies: Trans-Atlantic Zeppelin, Amalgamated Spats, Congreves Inflammable Powders, U.S. Hay and Baltimore Opera Hat company. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)
    • TransHemispheric Airlines
      • Airline the Simpsons fly to Australia. (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia)
  • Amusement Park Attractions
    • The Astonishing Rubber Check
      • Attraction at Freak-E-Mart, when Apu turns Kwik-E-Mart into a haunted house. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • Baboon County, USA
      • Attraction at the City Zoo in Springfield. (Season 8 episode In Marge We Trust)
    • Bark Paark
      • Attraction at the City Zoo in Springfield. (Season 8 episode In Marge We Trust)
    • The Beeramid
      • Attraction at Duff Gardens. 22 immigrant laborers died during its construction. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • Beerquarium
      • Aquarium filled with beer, attraction at Duff Gardens. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • Behold Frostillicus: The Frozen Man
      • Attraction at Freak-E-Mart, when Apu turns Kwik-E-Mart into a haunted house. Actually Springfield Retirement Castle resident Jasper Beardly. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • Blood Bath
      • Theme park attraction listed on the "Rides Not Operating Today" sign when the Simpsons arrive at Itchy & Scratchy Land. Full list: Head Basher, Blood Bath, Mangler, Nurse's Station. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Bungee Jump Against Racism
      • Hullaballooza music festival attraction. (Season 7 episode Homerpalooza)
    • The Can of Mystery
      • Attraction at Freak-E-Mart, when Apu turns Kwik-E-Mart into a haunted house. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • Caricatures By Aikman
      • Booth in the Super Bowl parking lot. (Season 10 episode Sunday Cruddy Sunday)
    • Catch a Pass From Dan Marino
      • Booth in the Super Bowl parking lot. (Season 10 episode Sunday Cruddy Sunday)
    • Cube Country
      • Neighborhood in Blocko Land, the amusement park made entirely of Blocko brand assembly fun blocks. (Season 12 episode Hungry, Hungry Homer)
    • Double Helix
      • A DNA shaped slide, attraction at the Knowledgeum, a new hands on learning environment in Springfield. (Season 9 episode This Little Wiggy)
    • Duff's Designated Drivers Rockin' Fun Zone
      • Holding pen for designated drivers at the Duff Days beer festival. (Season 11 episode Pygmoelion)
    • Earthquake Simulator
      • Attraction at the Knowledgeum, a new hands on learning environment in Springfield. (Season 9 episode This Little Wiggy)
    • Efcot Center
      • Efcot Center, parody of Disney World's Epcot Center, is presented by Eastern Airlines. "Eastern Airlines presents The World of Tomorrow” (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • Elephant Cage
      • Attraction at the City Zoo in Springfield. (Season 8 episode In Marge We Trust)
    • The Eliminator
      • Physical challenge at Rommelwood, Bart and Lisa's new military school, required to pass the academic year. A 150-foot hand-over-hand crawl across a 60-gauge hemp-jute line with a blister factor of 12. The rope is suspended a full 40 feet over a solid British acre of old-growth Connecticut Valley thorn bushes. "Gentlemen, welcome to Flavor Country." (Season 8 episode The Secret World of Lisa Simpson)
    • The Emu Experience
      • Attraction at the City Zoo in Springfield. (Season 8 episode In Marge We Trust)
    • The Enormous Pendulum
      • Attraction at the Knowledgeum, a new hands on learning environment in Springfield. (Season 9 episode This Little Wiggy)
    • Enron's Ride of Broken Dreams.
      • Ride at Efcot Center, parody of Disney World's Epcot Center. (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • Explosion Land
      • Theme park attraction at Itchy & Scratchy Land. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • The Fermentarium
      • Attraction at Duff Gardens that Lisa falls in. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • Fort Adventure
      • Attraction at Homer's amusement park called Homerland in his daydream, a fort made out of old mattresses. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child)
    • The Future Sphere
      • Attraction at the Efcot Center amusement park. "What people in 1965 imagined life would be like in 1987” (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • Geek Show
      • Freak show attraction at Colonel Tex's Traveling Carnival. (Season 9 episode Bart Carny)
    • The Greatest Show On Dirt
      • The Simpsons visit the Springfield Botanical Gardens in time to witness the blooming of the Sumatran Century Flower. "Our stamens are a pistil!" (Season 14 episode Moe Baby Blues)
    • H2Whoa!
      • Ride at water theme park Mt. Splashtown. (Season 2 episode Brush With Greatness)
    • Habitat For Huge Manatees
      • Attraction at the City Zoo in Springfield. (Season 8 episode In Marge We Trust)
    • Hammock Land
      • Theme park attraction on Parents' Island, the adult section of Itchy & Scratchy Land. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Haunted Cash Machine
      • Attraction at Freak-E-Mart, when Apu turns Kwik-E-Mart into a haunted house. Dispenses images of dead presidents. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • Head Basher
      • Theme park attraction listed on the "Rides Not Operating Today" sign when the Simpsons arrive at Itchy & Scratchy Land. Full list: Head Basher, Blood Bath, Mangler, Nurse's Station. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Itchy's Mine Field
      • Theme park attraction at Itchy & Scratchy Land, presented by Laramie Cigarettes. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Jimbo's Spookhouse
      • Attraction at the Springfield Elementary School Carnival. Actually just Jimbo and his fellow bullies, waiting to steal your money.(Season 4 Lisa the Beauty Queen)
    • King David's Wild Ride
      • Ride at Praiseland, the Christian amusement park that Maude Flanders designed before she died. (Season 12 episode I'm Goin' to Praiseland)
    • Knock Over The Fuzzy Guy
      • Carny game at Colonel Tex's Traveling Carnival. (Season 9 episode Bart Carny)
    • Krustyland House Of Knives
      • Attraction that Krusty mentions at press conference: "I contend the tourists were decapitated before they entered the Krustyland House of Knives."
    • La Saignee
      • Theme park attraction listed on the "Manèges hors d'usage" sign at Euro Itchy & Scratchy Land ("Rides Not Operating Today" at regular Itchy & Scratchy Land). Full list: Le Pulverisatuer, La Saignee, Le massacreur, Poste des Infirmidres. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Le Massacreur
      • Theme park attraction listed on the "Manèges hors d'usage" sign at Euro Itchy & Scratchy Land ("Rides Not Operating Today" at regular Itchy & Scratchy Land). Full list: Le Pulverisatuer, La Saignee, Le massacreur, Poste des Infirmidres. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Le Pulverisatuer
      • Theme park attraction listed on the "Manèges hors d'usage" sign at Euro Itchy & Scratchy Land ("Rides Not Operating Today" at regular Itchy & Scratchy Land). Full list: Le Pulverisatuer, La Saignee, Le massacreur, Poste des Infirmidres. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Little Bo Peep's Petting Zoo
      • Attraction at the Storytown Village amusement park. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian)
    • Log Ride
      • Theme park attraction at Itchy & Scratchy Land. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Macro-scope
      • Attraction at the Knowledgeum, a new hands on learning environment in Springfield. (Season 9 episode This Little Wiggy)
    • Mangler
      • Theme park attraction listed on the "Rides Not Operating Today" sign when the Simpsons arrive at Itchy & Scratchy Land. Full list: Head Basher, Blood Bath, Mangler, Nurse's Station. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Mr. Troy's Wild Ride
      • Joke Troy makes to Selma when trying to convince her that their sham marriage is better than any traditional marriage. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Muckville USA
      • Attraction at Homer's amusement park called Homerland in his daydream, a muddy pit. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child)
    • The Nauseator
      • Theme park attraction at the Nauseator heard over P.A.: "Mop-and-Bucket man to the exit of the Nauseator." (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Octo Sapiens
      • New zoo exhibit featuring Apu and Manjula's octuplets. "From the collection of Apu and Manjula" (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • The Offensive Baseball Cap
      • Attraction at Freak-E-Mart, when Apu turns Kwik-E-Mart into a haunted house. "Do you dare read it?" (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • Onward Paintball Soldiers New record added 5/28/2021
      • Attraction at the Protestant Youth Festival, where Marge takes Bart to the Protestant Youth Festival sway him away from converting to Catholicism. (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
    • Pageant Of The Transmundane
      • Also known as the Hullabalooza freak-show, which Homer joins, getting hit in the stomach with cannonballs as The Man with the Iron Stomach, also known as The man who embodies everything about rock and roll, except the music. (Season 7 episode Homerpalooza)
    • Panda-monium
      • Exhibit at the Zoo in Springfield, where Mr. Burns makes Homer dress up as a panda. (Season 11 episode Homer vs. Dignity)
    • The Paralyzer
      • Ride at the Springfield Elementary School Carnival. (Season 4 Lisa the Beauty Queen)
    • Parents' Island
      • The adult section of Itchy & Scratchy Land, featuring dancing, bowling, fashionable shops, over 100 bars and saloons and a world-class chemical-dependency center. Also, TV Town, Hammock Land and Recipe-related Bumper Cars. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • The Prairie Dog Experience
      • Exhibit at the zoo - currently closed. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Recipe-related Bumper Cars
      • Theme park attraction on Parents' Island, the adult section of Itchy & Scratchy Land. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Rectangle Land
      • Neighborhood in Blocko Land, the amusement park made entirely of Blocko brand assembly fun blocks. (Season 12 episode Hungry, Hungry Homer)
    • Rock-A-Bye Riptide
      • Kiddie pool at water theme park Mt. Splashtown. (Season 2 episode Brush With Greatness)
    • Rockin' Ark
      • Rollercoaster ride at Praiseland, the Christian amusement park that Maude Flanders designed before she died. (Season 12 episode I'm Goin' to Praiseland)
    • The Screamatorium of Dr. Frightmarestein
      • Attraction at Colonel Tex's Traveling Carnival. (Season 9 episode Bart Carny)
    • Searing Gas Pain Land
      • Theme park attraction at Itchy & Scratchy Land. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Sex Education Pavilion
      • Attraction at the Knowledgeum, a new hands on learning environment in Springfield. (Season 9 episode This Little Wiggy)
    • Solomon's Temple
      • Attraction at Praiseland, the Christian amusement park that Maude Flanders designed before she died. (Season 12 episode I'm Goin' to Praiseland)
    • Squaresville
      • Neighborhood in Blocko Land, the amusement park made entirely of Blocko brand assembly fun blocks. (Season 12 episode Hungry, Hungry Homer)
    • Take a Leak with NFL Greats
      • Booth in the Super Bowl parking lot. (Season 10 episode Sunday Cruddy Sunday)
    • The Three Little Pigs
      • Attraction at the Storytown Village amusement park. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian)
    • Tipsy-Whirl
      • Ride at the Duff Days beer festival, for kids to see what's like to get drunk. (Season 11 episode Pygmoelion)
    • Toddlerville Trolley
      • Attraction at the Storytown Village amusement park. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian)
    • Tooth Chipper
      • Rollercoaster at Colonel Tex's Traveling Carnival. (Season 9 episode Bart Carny)
    • Torture Land
      • Theme park attraction at Itchy & Scratchy Land. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Trampoline World
      • Attraction at Homer's amusement park called Homerland in his daydream, a single trampoline. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child)
    • TV Town
      • Theme park attraction on Parents' Island, the adult section of Itchy & Scratchy Land. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Unnecessary Surgery Land
      • Theme park attraction at Itchy & Scratchy Land. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • The Visible Computer
      • Attraction at the Knowledgeum, a new hands on learning environment in Springfield. (Season 9 episode This Little Wiggy)
    • Volcano Bungee Jump
      • Service featured in Itchy & Scratchy cartoon. $5. (Season 8 episode The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochy Show)
    • The Washing Machine
      • Ride at Duff Gardens. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • Wavewalker
      • Ride at water theme park Mt. Splashtown. (Season 2 episode Brush With Greatness)
    • Whack a Satan
      • Game at Praiseland, the Christian amusement park that Maude Flanders designed before she died. (Season 12 episode I'm Goin' to Praiseland)
    • Whiplash
      • Rollercoaster ride at Duff Gardens. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • Wonders of The Gulf Coast
      • Exhibit at the Springfield Aquarium. (Season 14 episode Brake My Wife, Please)
    • Yard Work Simulator
      • Virtual reality attraction at Colonel Tex's Traveling Carnival. (Season 9 episode Bart Carny)
  • Amusement Parks
    • Blocko Land
      • Theme park made of The Simpsons version of LEGO building blocks. Theme park is divided into three sections: Rectangle Land, Cube Country, and Squaresville. (Season 12 episode Hungry Hungry Homer)
    • Colonial Phoenix
      • Before choosing to visit a dude ranch to escape the song that Homer wrote about Ned Flanders, the Simpsons consider other vacation destinations, including the Denzel Washington Monument, the Wax Museum, a Balloon Ride, Colonial Phoenix and Walter Gropius's Bauhaus Village. (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
    • Diz-Nee Historical Park
      • New name for Fort Springfield. (Season 6 episode The PTA Disbands)
    • Diz-Nee-Land
      • Amusement park where Abe Simpson goes to have fun after his new girlfriend Beatrice Simmons dies. "Not affiliated with Disneyland, Disney World, or anything else from the Walt Disney Company." (Season 2 episode Old Money)
    • Duff Gardens
      • When Krusty looks through the Simpson family photo albums, there's a photo of Homer and Bart on a roller coaster at Duff Gardens amusement park. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown) Daredevil Lance Murdock goes to Duff Gardens. "Where roaming gangs aren't a big problem anymore. Now featuring the clean-shaven sounds of Hooray for Everything." (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • Euro Itchy & Scratchy Land
      • European version of Itchy & Scratchy Land, parody of Euro Disney. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Euro Krusty Land
      • Theme park where Mr. Black, the guy in charge of Kamp Krusty, used to be president until it blew up. (Season 4 episode Kamp Krusty)
    • Euro-Dollywood
      • Dolly Parton's amusement park in Alabama. (Season 10 episode Sunday Cruddy Sunday)
    • Family Fun Center
      • Marge's reward to Bart and Lisa for being selected to be included in the book "Who's Who Among American Elementary School Students”, which is actually a scam aimed at parents to pay $95 to have their kids included. "As seen on "When Disaster Strikes 4” (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
    • Freak-E-Mart
      • Apu turns Kwik-E-Mart into a haunted house. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • Fun Center
      • Miniature golf park where Homer use to work when he and Marge were dating. (Season 3 episode I Married Marge)
    • Fun World
      • When the Simpsons split up, Homer tells Marge to hide in the abandoned amusement park. (Season 11 episode Treehouse of Horror X - segment I Know What You Diddily-Iddly-Did)
    • Homerland
      • Homer comes up with some big plans for an amusement park after picking up a free trampoline. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child)
    • Itchy & Scratchy Land
      • Itchy & Scratchy themed amusement park, parody of Disneyland.
      • Lenny and Carl take Homer to Itchy & Scratchy Land to explain how Marge and Moe are having an emotional affair.
    • Krustyland
      • Krusty the Clown theme park. (Season 23 episode The Food Wife)
    • Lazy I Ranch
      • The Simpsons visit a dude ranch to escape the song Homer wrote about Ned Flanders. "Formerly Wandering I Nudist Colony" (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
    • Lisa Land
      • When Lisa is believed to have been killed when the tree she was trying to save is struck by lightning, the Omni-Pave construction company promises to create a nature preserve. Lisa reveals herself to be alive when they go back on their word, declaring their intention to create a theme park called Lisa Land in her honor. (Season 12 episode Lisa the Tree Hugger)
    • Mt. Splashmore
      • Water theme park where Krusty the Clown films his childrens show for a week, later visited by The Simpson family. (Season 2 episode Brush With Greatness)
    • Olde Springfield Towne
      • After dropping Abe Simpson off at the Springfield Retirement Castle, the Simpsons brainstorm a more exciting place to take him next week. Marge suggests Old Springfield Towne, to see the glass blower. (Season 2 episode Old Money) A recreation of colonial America where Homer gets a job in the candle making shop. (Season 3 episode I Married Marge) Marge take Bart on a field trip when she homeschools him. (Season 4 episode Whacking Day)
    • Pitch 'n' Putt
      • Miniature golf course where Homer invites Ned Flanders to get in a quick nine. (Season 5 episode Homer Loves Flanders)
    • Praiseland
      • Maude designed a Christian amusement park. (Season 12 episode I'm Goin' to Praiseland)
    • Rickety Brothers Amusement Park
      • Amusement park in Niagara Falls, New York where Homer and Marge go to escape from Bart and Lisa - and where Bart and Lisa go to give their parents some space. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Sir Putts-a-Lot Miniature Golf Course
      • Local miniature golf course, host of the 1st Annual Miniature Golf Tournament. (Season 2 episode Dead Putting Society) Now called Sir Putts-A-Lot Merrie Olde Fun Centre,featuring Ye Go Karts, Her Majesty's Batting Cage, Merlin's Video Dungeon and Skee Ball ,where Homer and Marge get naked in the windmill. (Season 9 episode Natural Born Kissers)
    • Springfield Aquarium
      • Abe Simpson tells the story of when they pulled his driver's license, after he crashed into the Springfield Aquarium. (Season 13 episode The Old Man and the Key) Springfield Elementary school field trip. "Dead fish skimmed daily" (Season 14 episode Brake My Wife, Please)
    • The Springfield Knowledgeum
      • The new hands on learning environment "Where science is explained with brightly colored balls." (Season 9 episode This Little Wiggy)
    • Springfield Tar Pits
      • Location where Bart goes looking for his elephant Stampy. The best Tar Entertainment -Time Magazine. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets an Elephant)
    • Storytime Village
      • According to Lisa, "an amusement park for babies" that the Simpsons visit. "Fun for ages 1 to 7½" (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian) Amusement park that went out of business when a kid got his head cut off, where Ned builds Praiseland, the Christian amusement park that Maude designed before she died. (Season 12 episode I'm Goin' to Praiseland)
    • Walter Gropius's Bauhaus Village
      • Before choosing to visit a dude ranch to escape the song that Homer wrote about Ned Flanders, the Simpsons consider other vacation destinations, including the Denzel Washington Monument, the Wax Museum, a Balloon Ride, Colonial Phoenix and Walter Gropius's Bauhaus Village. (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
  • Android and Robot Models
    • Doom-bot
      • The clerk at the Springfield Employment Agency is plying a video game featuring doom-bots when Homer shows up to look for another job after Mr. Burns cancels the employee prescription drug plan. (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
    • Robot Workers
      • 100% loyal android option to replace Springfield Nuclear Power Plant employees, from Mr. Burns' daydream. (Season 4 episode Last Exit to Springfield)
    • Salesbot
      • A salesbot convinces Marge to upgrade their home to the new automated Ultrahouse 3000. "You'll never do housework again!" A division of Mega House. (Season 13 episode Treehouse of Horror XII - segment House of Whacks)
    • Urinal-bot New record added 6/12/2021
      • Bart builds a mech-suit by stripping parts from the robots that take him in after Homer abandons him in the woods. He also pees on a urinal-bot. (Season 17 episode Treehouse of Horror XVI - B.I. Bartificial Intelligence)
  • Androids and Robots-Specific
    • Bartron
      • The Simpson kids play a game called Space Patrol, where Lisa is the devil may care rocket pilot Lissouie, Maggie is Maggina, her spunky sidekick, and Bart is Bartron, the evil robot from Mars, gone berserk. (Season 7 episode The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular! - The Tracey Ullman Show clip)
    • Bender
      • To prepare for Bart's robot Chief Knockahomer's battle with Professor Frink's robot Killhammad Aieee, Homer and Bart watch video tapes of his previous bouts, including "Killhammad Aieee vs. Jersey Joe Wall Switch", "Killhammad Aieee vs. The Grim Beeper", "Killhammad Aieee vs. Circuit Ray Leonard" and "Killhammad Aieee vs. Bender". Futurama reference. (Season 15 episode I, Annoyed Grunt-Bot)
    • Buzzkill
      • Robot that Bart's robot Chief Knockahomer fights on Robot Rumble. (Season 15 episode I, Annoyed Grunt-Bot)
    • C-3PO
      • The bimonthly Springfield sci-fi convention also known as Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con, includes Tag Team Robot Wrestling, featuring the mighty robots of Battlestar Galactica versus the gay robots of Star Wars - R2-D2 and C-3PO. (Season 10 episode Mayored to the Mob)
    • Chief Knockahomer
      • Robot that Homer builds for Bart - actually a suit. Bart doesn't know Homer's inside controlling it. (Season 15 episode I, Annoyed Grunt-Bot)
    • Chop Screwy
      • Bart and Homer watch robot fighting show Robot Rumble on the Testosterone Network, featuring a robot named Chop Screwy. The winning father/son team wins a free appetizer at Fuzzy Zoeller's Green Jacket Steakhouse. (Season 15 episode I, Annoyed Grunt-Bot)
    • CHUM
      • Martin Prince's science project. CHUM = Childlike Humanoid Urban Muchacho. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Circuit Ray Leonard
      • To prepare for Bart's robot Chief Knockahomer's battle with Professor Frink's robot Killhammad Aieee, Homer and Bart watch video tapes of his previous bouts, including "Killhammad Aieee vs. Jersey Joe Wall Switch", "Killhammad Aieee vs. The Grim Beeper", "Killhammad Aieee vs. Circuit Ray Leonard" and "Killhammad Aieee vs. Bender". (Season 15 episode I, Annoyed Grunt-Bot)
    • The Grim Beeper
      • To prepare for Bart's robot Chief Knockahomer's battle with Professor Frink's robot Killhammad Aieee, Homer and Bart watch video tapes of his previous bouts, including "Killhammad Aieee vs. Jersey Joe Wall Switch", "Killhammad Aieee vs. The Grim Beeper", "Killhammad Aieee vs. Circuit Ray Leonard" and "Killhammad Aieee vs. Bender". (Season 15 episode I, Annoyed Grunt-Bot)
    • Investo The Robot
      • Robot that greets humans at the Springfield Franchise Expo: Greetings humans. I am Investo the Robot from the planet Opportuniac. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • Jersey Joe Wall Switch
      • To prepare for Bart's robot Chief Knockahomer's battle with Professor Frink's robot Killhammad Aieee, Homer and Bart watch video tapes of his previous bouts, including "Killhammad Aieee vs. Jersey Joe Wall Switch", "Killhammad Aieee vs. The Grim Beeper", "Killhammad Aieee vs. Circuit Ray Leonard" and "Killhammad Aieee vs. Bender". (Season 15 episode I, Annoyed Grunt-Bot)
    • Marge-bot New record added 5/18/2021
      • Homer fantasizes about replacing Marge with a robot. But in his fantasy, he gives her guns, and she tries to kill him. (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • R2-D2
      • The bimonthly Springfield sci-fi convention also known as Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con, includes Tag Team Robot Wrestling, featuring the mighty robots of Battlestar Galactica versus the gay robots of Star Wars - R2-D2 and C-3PO. (Season 10 episode Mayored to the Mob)
    • Ralph-O-Cop
      • Ralph Wiggum's robot that Bart's robot Chief Knockahomer fights on Robot Rumble. (Season 15 episode I, Annoyed Grunt-Bot)
    • Robby The Automaton
      • Robot brought in to Springfield Elementary to advertise the Knowledgeum, a new hands on learning environment in Springfield. (Season 9 episode This Little Wiggy)
    • Robby The Robot
      • Guest in attendance at Homer's funeral in his fantasy. (Season 2 episode Wizard of Evergreen Terrace) Dr. Smith and the robot from Lost in Space appear at the bimonthly Springfield sci-fi convention also known as Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con. (Season 10 episode Mayored to the Mob)
    • The Robotic Richard Simmons
      • Mr. Burns' security robot. (Season 7 episode The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular! - outtake)
    • Smashius Clay
      • Professor Frink's robot, and Robot Rumble champion, also known as Killhammad Aieee. (Season 15 episode I, Annoyed Grunt-Bot)
  • Animals/Creatures
    • Aqua Parrot
      • Hybrid animal at the Screaming Monkey Medical Research Center - a parrot with octopus tentacles. (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • Bolivian Tree Lizard
      • The eggs that Bart finds turn out to be an invasive species, not bird eggs at all. A vicious ovoraptor that feasts on bird eggs and lays its own eggs in the nest. The unsuspecting mother bird cares for them until the babies hatch, and devour her too. It's already wiped out the dodo, the cuckoo, and the ne-ne. And it has nasty plans for the booby, the titmouse, the woodcock, and the titpecker. (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
    • Branch Monster
      • Creature that Homer - as Adam - names in the Garden of Eden, actually a snake. (Season 10 episode Simpsons Bible Stories)
    • Chinese Needle Snakes
      • Principal Skinner's solution to wipe out the invasive Bolivian Tree Lizard problem, which will in turn be wiped out by gorillas that will freeze to death come winter. (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
    • Dewback
      • Randall Curtis, creator of Star Wars parody Cosmic Wars, has a framed picture of a Dewback lizard on his office wall. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Dogcat New record added 5/18/2021
      • In Professor Frink's vision of the future, when Lisa breaks up with a juiced up 'roid raging Milhouse throws a trashcan through the Costington's plate glass window. Inside, there are signs advertising a hybrid animal called a dogcat. "Surprise her with a dogcat" (Season 16 episode Future-Drama)
    • Esquilax
      • Legendary creature featured in Friar Wiggum's Fantastical Beastarium at the Springfield Renaissance Faire, a horse with the head of a rabbit and the body of a rabbit. (Season 6 episode Lisa's Wedding)
    • Fantastipotamus
      • Ron Howard tells Homer he's taking his kids to a special zoo with animals he's never heard of, and one of his children mentions the Fantastipotamus. "He only sings twice a day." (Season 11 episode Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder)
    • Fartzilla
      • Drawing of a dinosaur/monster type creature in Bart's possession when he's processed in to the Springfield Juvenile Correctional Facility. (Season 15 The Wandering Juvie)
    • Fenway Flounder
      • Fish Mr. Burns mentions that was apparently now extinct due to the caffeine tossed into the water during the Boston Tea Party. (Season 9 episode Trouble with Trillions)
    • Jealousy Bug
      • When Lisa reveals that Bart's new boy band The Party Posse, Marge suggests she's jealous, asking her if she's been bitten by the jealousy bug, which Homer then does an impression, poking her. (Season 12 episode New Kids on the Blecch)
    • Land Monster
      • Creature that Homer - as Adam - names in the Garden of Eden, actually a ground hog. (Season 10 episode Simpsons Bible Stories)
    • Lawyer Bird
      • Animal from Question #1 on the Career Aptitude Normalizing Test: If I could be any animal, I would be A. a carpenter ant, B. A nurse shark, or C. a lawyer bird. (Season 3 episode Separate Vocations)
    • Mutant Peacock New record added 6/12/2021
      • Bart falls into the mutant peacock habitat at the zoo. "This is where stem cell research led us?" (Season 17 episode Treehouse of Horror XVI - B.I. Bartificial Intelligence)
    • Pocket Fox
      • Burns reveals a rare aphrodisiac made from the pockets of the pocket fox, an animal that only existed for three weeks in the 16th century. (Season 13 A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love)
    • Russian No-wood-niks
      • The Simpsons' house gets termites, but not just termites, Russian termites - from the hockey stick given to Lisa at the hockey game the night before. (Season 14 episode Helter Shelter)
    • Screamapillar
      • When the Simpsons find a screaming caterpillar known as a screamapillar in Marge's new koi pond, the EPA shows up to inform them that the Reversal of Freedoms Act of 1994 made allowing an endangered species to die a federal offense and that they are now responsible for its well-being. He gives them a pamphlet called "Screamapillar Care Tips". (Season 13 The Frying Game)
    • Seaweed Shark
      • Species of shark in the nature show that Lisa watches on The Learning Channel when she stays home from school sick. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Stinging Red Jellyfish
      • The residents of Springfield celebrate the return of the stinging red jellyfish with the Annual Jellyfish Festival every year on the "3rd Tuesday of May sweeps", featuring a dance called The Jellyfish Cotillion. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Taun Taun
      • Randall Curtis,creator of Star Wars parody Cosmic Wars, rides off into the sunset on a Taun Taun. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Titpecker
      • Bird species that Principal Skinner mentions when describing the invasive Bolivian Tree Lizard: It's already wiped out the dodo, the cuckoo, and the ne-ne. And it has nasty plans for the booby, the titmouse, the woodcock, and the titpecker. (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
    • Two-headed Hound
      • Mythological creature featured in Friar Wiggum's Fantastical Beastarium at the Springfield Renaissance Faire, born with only one head. (Season 6 episode Lisa's Wedding)
    • Uni-clams New record added 5/18/2021
      • In Professor Frink's vision of the future, Bart works at Kwik-E-Mart and has to make a delivery to Mr. Burns that takes him through the Forbidden Zone, occupied by dangerous flying uni-clams. He finds Mr. Burns tied up, being robbed by Snake with a Phaser/cell phone. (Season 16 episode Future-Drama)
    • Unicorn
      • Animal in the Garden of Eden that Homer - as Adam - unintentionally kills. (Season 10 episode Simpsons Bible Stories)
    • Urine Monkey
      • Animal featured in an old clip shown on Krusty the Clown's 29th Anniversary Show. (Season 4 episode I Love Lisa)
  • Antique Stores
    • Antiques
      • Antique Store in the background during the Do What You Feel Festival. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child) Antique store at the Springfield Squidport. (Season 12 episodes The Great Money Caper, New Kids on the Blecch)
    • Cockamamie's
      • Collectibles and antiques store at Springfield Mall. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • Herman's Military Antiques
      • First store where Abe Simpson goes to look for a birthday gift for his new girlfriend. (Season 2 episode Old Money) Homer and his vigilante group go looking for weapons. Do not ride the bomb. (Season 5 episode Homer the Vigilante) Herman kidnaps Chief Wiggum and Snake Pulp Fiction style. (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield) Featuring the bomb shelter known as The Withstandinator. (Season 9 episode Treehouse of Horror VIII - segment The HΩmega Man)
    • Springfield Antiques
      • Store in Springfield where Homer fights with Bart's Bigger Brothers Agency father figure. (Season 4 episode Brother from the Same Planet)
  • Apartment and Condos
    • Bachelor Arms
      • Apartment complex in Springfield.
      • After finding an old letter from Marge, Homer moves out and stays with Milhouse's dad. "3 Days Without a Suicide" (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
      • When Bart fakes his own kidnapping, he hides out at Milhouse's father's apartment. "Swimming Pool Now Corpse-Free" (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • Capital City Apartments
      • Milhouse and his mother move to Capital City. (Season 15 episode Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore)
    • Casa Nova
      • Apartment complex where Kirk Van Houten lives after divorcing his wife Luann. "A transitional place for singles" (Season 8 episode A Milhouse Divided)
    • The Fiesta Terrace
      • Jacques' apartment complex for single living. (Season 1 episode Life on the Fast Lane) Apartment building where Apu lives. (Season 3 episode Lisa's Pony)
    • The Happy Gypsy
      • Apartment building where Lisa's substitute Mr. Bergstrom lives. "You pay by the day." (Season 2 episode Lisa's Substitute)
    • Nuevo Condos
      • Milhouse's father spins sign for Nuevo Condos. (Season 15 episode Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore)
    • Spinster City Apartments
      • Where Marge's sisters live. (Season 9 episode The Cartridge Family) Marge visits her sisters. (Season 11 episode It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge) Marge spends the night with her sisters to get away from Homer's snoring. (Season 13 episode Half-Decent Proposal) Maggie stays behind with Marge's sisters when the Simpsons go to Brazil. (Season 13 episode Blame it on Lisa)
    • Springfield Arms
      • Comic Book Guy's apartment building, where he is arrested while making out with goes Skinner. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever) When the Simpsons' house get termites, they are forced out of their house for six months. They consider staying with Comic Book Guy in his apartment at the Springfield Arms apartment building, but they change their mind and go to Moe's. (Season 14 episode Helter Shelter)
    • Springfield Bachelor Apts
      • Manjula kicks Apu out of the house after he has an affair with the Squishee girl at Kwik-E-Mart. "Our beds are the Murphiest" (Season 3 episode The Sweetest Apu)
    • Village Apartments
      • Homer moves in with two gay guys. "Roommate wanted for three bedroom apartment" (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
  • Appliances and Housewares
    • Autovac
      • Automatic vacuum cleaner that comes with the Simpsons' new house in Cypress Creek. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • Bread Maker-maker
      • Appliance in the kitchen of the house next door to the Simpsons that's for sale, a device that makes bread makers that make bread. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Coffee Maker
      • Gorbachev shows up at former president George Bush's new house in Springfield with a generic housewarming gift. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors)
    • Door-a-matic
      • The Simpsons' brand of garage door opener. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • Econo-Save Budget Stool
      • Homer arrives at work to find that his chair has been replaced with a stool. (Season 6 episode Homer the Great)
    • The George Plimpton Hotplate
      • Spellympics host George Plimpton asks Lisa to throw the spelling bee for free college - and a hotplate. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • Hamilton Beech Student Chopper
      • New cooking appliance in the Springfield Elementary School cafeteria after the staff start cooking students. Setting options include: Pulverize, Chop, Purée and Gooify. (Season 6 episode Treehouse of Horror V - segment: Nightmare Cafeteria)
    • The Incredible Hulk Melon Baller
      • Appliance. The gift that Comic Book Guy gives to Principal Skinner and Edna Krabappel's for their wedding, which she returns to the Android's Dungeon. (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)
    • Intra-bovine Ice Cream Maker
      • Professor Frink invention that makes ice cream while the milk is still inside the cow. (Season 12 episode I'm Goin' to Praiseland)
    • The Juice Loosener
      • Product featured on TV infomercial I Can't Believe They Invented It! Appliance for making juice, invented by Dr. Nick. (Season 4 episode Marge in Chains)
    • Kitchen Carnival
      • Machine that makes carnival food at home. Marge's sisters Patty and Selma won on on the Price is Right. "Endorsed by the American Carny Association" (Season 15 The Fat and the Furriest)
    • Left-handed Crimper
      • Product that movie star Sara Sloane buys from Ned at the Leftorium. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Mr. Sugar Cube
      • Invention mentioned during the I Can't Believe They Invented It! TV show, an appliance that compacts sugar into cubes. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Romco Change Magician
      • Homer watches a TV infommercial for a change sorter that doesn't actually sort change, and asks Bart to buy it for him. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • The S.S. Microwave
      • Product featured on TV infomercial I Can't Believe They Invented It! Floating microwave you can use in your swimming pool. (Season 4 episode Marge in Chains)
    • Trashco Waste Disposal Unit
      • Episode The Otto Show.
  • Arenas, Fields and Stadiums
    • Capital City Stadium
      • Homer performs the halftime show for Superbowl XXXIX at Capital City Stadium. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Duff Stadium
      • Local sports stadium in Springfield, from various episodes.
      • Homer chains himself to a post at Springfield Stadium to protest Duff's decision to move the Springfield Isotopes to Albuquerque. (Season 12 episode Hungry, Hungry Homer)
      • Bart goes for a walk past Duff Stadium. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
      • Whichever youth group sells the most candy will become the honorary bad boys at the next Isotopes home game at Duff Stadium. (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
    • Gee Your Hair Smells Terrific Arena
      • After a work accident at the plant, Homer gets skybox tickets to a hockey game between the Springfield Ice-O-Topes and the Shelbyville Visitors at the Gee Your Hair Smells Terrific Arena. (Season 14 episode Helter Shelter)
    • Olde Springfield Arena
      • New name of Yahoo Search Engine Arena after the town splits in two. (Season 12 episode A Tale of Two Springfields)
    • Shelbyville Stadium
      • Location of the Pigskin Classic, the annual football game featuring the Shelbyville Sharks vs. the Springfield Atoms. (Season 5 episode Homer Loves Flanders)
    • Skydome
      • Landmark in Toronto, Canada that the Simpsons visit on their trip to Canada to find Bart's girlfriend. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Spellympic Stadium
      • Building in Spellympic Village, home of the Spellympics, where Lisa competes in a spelling competition. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • Springfield Derby
      • Horse-racing event at Springfield Downs. (Season 11 episode Saddlesore Gallactica)
    • Springfield Dog Track
      • Local dog racing track in Springfield.
      • Santa's Little Helper finds love at the race track - during a race. "Think of them as little horses." (Season 6 episode Two Dozen and One Greyhounds)
      • When Lisa Simpson and her Mensa friend, also known as The Council of Alphas, run the town of Springfield after Mayor Quimby abdicates his position, they replace the fanfare with classic music, and instead of chasing a rabbit, the dogs chase a diploma. (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
    • Springfield Downs
      • Local dog track Barney mentions when he gets his mall Santa paycheck. (Season 1 episode Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire) Featured during the opening credits of Kent Brockman's Eye on Springfield TV show. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's) Krusty gamblers away his last ten bucks. (Season 4 episode Krusty Gets Kancelled) The Simpsons adopt Duncan the Incredible Diving Horse from the State Fair and turn him into a racehorse named Furious D. He races against racehorses Chock Full o' Drugs, Stalker and Old Levis at Springfield Downs. (Season 11 episode Saddlesore Gallactica) Dog racing track in Springfield seen during the opening of Kent Brockman's Eye on Springfield. (Season 14 episode The Strong Arms of the Ma)
    • Springfield Dragstrip
      • When Mr. Burns fires Smithers, he gets new job as a race announcer. (Season 7 episode Homer the Smithers)
    • Springfield Dragway
      • Where Mr. Burns hosts an employee night event for his nuclear plant employees. (Season 7 episode Homer the Smithers)
    • Springfield Grapplarium
      • Local coliseum in Springfield, location of live professional wrestling show advertised on TV. (Season 4 episode Last Exit to Springfield)
    • Springfield Speedway
      • Host of the Monster Truck Rally. (Season 2 episode Bart the Daredevil) New racetrack in the middle of the Springfield Nature Preserve where T-shirts fired from the female cheering squad Fan-demonium's T-shirt guns aimed at Homer inadvertently send Maude Flanders to her death. (Season 11 episode Alone Again, Natura-Diddly)
    • Springfield Square Garden
      • Rainier Wolfcastle and his daughter take Homer and Bart to a basketball game. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants) "Tonight: WNBA Basketball, Courtside seats 30 cents" (Season 14 Pray Anything)
    • Springfield Stadium
      • Sports stadium in Springfield.
      • Timmy Thomas, a child sick with Timmy Thomas Disease, asks Deion Overstreet, runningback for the San Antonio Cow Skulls, to do an obnoxious end zone dance for him. Deion obliges, dancing the crazy dance that he bought from Homer. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
      • Featuring U2's PopMart tour. (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
      • When Homer becomes Mr. Burns' prank monkey, Mr. Burns makes Homer wear a diaper in the bathroom. (Season 11 episode Homer vs. Dignity)
      • The Simpsons watch Krusty the Clown's Celebrity Salute to Specials, live from Springfield Stadium. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • Springfield Tennis Stadium
      • After Bart and Marge win the Springfield Couples Tennis Tournament, they're asked to play in the Krusty Kharity Klassic, where they face off against Homer and Venus Williams at the Springfield Tennis Stadium. (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
    • Springfield War Memorial Stadium
      • Home of the Springfield Isotopes, from various episodes.
      • The Springfield Isotopes break their record breaking losing streak by beating the Shelbyville Shelbyvillians. Then, the Burlington Drifters, the Salem Boulevardiers. Beer served in 72 once tubs. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer)
      • Featured during the opening credits of Kent Brockman's Eye on Springfield TV show. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
      • "Today: Tomato Day" (Season 4 episode Brother from the Same Planet)
      • Where Marge sells pretzels that the crowd throws at baseball player Whitey Ford, a.k.a. Whitey-Whackers. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
      • "Tomorrow: Monsters of Poetry" (Season 9 episode The Cartridge Family)
      • Cyndi Lauper performs the national anthem before the Springfield Isotopes baseball game. (Season 10 episode Wild Barts Can't Be Broken)
      • Home takes Bart to a ballgame. "Home of the Isotopes" (Season 15 episode Treehouse of Horror XIV - segment Reaper Madness)
    • Sumo Stadium
      • Stadium in Tokyo where the Simpsons watch sumo wrestling. "Today: Sakatumi vs. Nakadowna" (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Yahoo Search Engine Arena
      • Radio station KBBL gives away tickets to The Who concert at Springfield's historic Yahoo Search Engine Arena. (Season 12 episode A Tale of Two Springfields)
  • Armed Forces
    • Fighting Hellfish
      • Abe Simpson's squad in World War II. The fightingest squad in the fightingest company in the third fightingest battalion in the army. (Season 7 episode Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in The Curse of the Flying Hellfish)
    • The Montana Militia
      • When Bart charges Homer $3 for delivering the mail to the couch, Homer pays him in money printed by the Montana Militia. Bart: "Hey, this isn't real money, it's printed by the Montana Militia." Homer: It'll be real soon enough." (Season 11 episode Kill the Alligator and Run)
  • Art Galleries
    • Homer's Odyssey
      • Homer's solo art show at the art gallery Louvre: American Style, featuring his art pieces "Botched Hibachi", "Failed Shelving Unit with Stupid, Stuck Chainsaw and Applesauce" and "Attempted Birdhouse One". (Season 10 episode Mom and Pop Art)
  • Artifacts
    • The Orb of Isis
      • Artifact at Treasures of Isis, the new museum exhibit at the Springsonian Museum that Lisa wants to attend. Apparently it is quote mysterious, no one knowing what it actually is - until Homer and Lisa sneak into after hours and Homer knocks it over, revealing it to be a music box. (Season 9 episode Lost Our Lisa)
    • The Seven Swords of Osiris
      • Detective Lisa and her sidekick Bart visit the Emporium of Exotica, investigating a clue in the Muttonchops Murderer case - a sword, one of the Seven Swords of Osiris. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment Four Beheadings and a Funeral)
  • Artwork
    • Attempted Birdhouse One
      • One of Homer's art pieces on display at his solo show Homer's Odyssey. (Season 10 episode Mom and Pop Art)
    • Bald Adonis
      • Marge's painting of Homer in his underwear that wins first place at the Springfield Art Fair. (Season 2 episode Brush With Greatness)
    • Botched Hibachi
      • One of Homer's art pieces on display at his solo show Homer's Odyssey. (Season 10 episode Mom and Pop Art)
    • The Devil And Homer Simpson
      • The name of the painting that Bart shows to introduce the episode, a la Rod Serling in Night Gallery. (Season 5 episode Treehouse of Horror IV - Segment The Devil and Homer Simpson)
    • Failed Shelving Unit with Stupid, Stuck Chainsaw and Applesauce
      • One of Homer's art pieces on display at his solo show Homer's Odyssey. (Season 10 episode Mom and Pop Art)
    • The School Bus
      • The name of the painting that Bart shows to introduce the episode, a la Rod Serling in Night Gallery. (Season 5 episode Treehouse of Horror IV - Segment Terror at 5 1/2 Feet)
    • A Time To Kill
      • Painting by Waterville State Penitentiary convict Jack Crowley. (Season 12 episode Pokey Mom)
  • Assassins, Bounty Hunters and Mercenaries
    • Fernando Vidal
      • The world's most devious assassin. (Season 7 episode Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in The Curse of the Flying Hellfish)
  • Audio Recordings
    • Dr. Marvin Monroe Subliminal Tape Club
      • Lose weight, stop smoking, learn the state capitals, master hostage negotiations or build your vocabulary while you sleep. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • The Good Book
      • Audio book recording f the Bible, ready by Larry King that Homer listens to instead of going to sleep, thinking he's going to die because of the poisonous blowfish he ate. (Season 2 episode One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish)
    • The Harpooned Heart: Book On Tape
      • Marge's novel in audiobook form, read my Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Mr. And. Mrs. Erotic American
      • Romantic book on tape by Paul Harvey that Homer and Marge buy at the Book at the Books! Books! And additional Books! bookstore. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
    • Sycophantic German
      • Smithers' new books on tape after the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant is purchased by a German consortium. (Season 3 episode Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk)
  • Audio Recordings-Music
    • Bigger Than Jesus
      • Homer's barbershop quartet, The Be Sharps' second album. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet) Music album by Homer's old barbershop quartet from Season 5 that Marge finds in the attic and sells at the Evergreen Terrace Rummage Sale. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors)
    • Can I Borrow a Feeling?
      • Kirk Van Houten's demo tape. (Season 8 episode A Milhouse Divided)
    • Concert Against Bangladesh
      • Music album that Apu owns, parody of George Harrison and Ravi Shankar's The Concert for Bangladesh. (Season 10 episode I'm With Cupid)
    • The FBI Light Opera Society Sings The Complete Gilbert And Sullivan
      • Music tapes Lisa finds in the car the FBI gives them to move to Terror Late as part of the FBI's Witness Relocation Program. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare)
    • Free Wedding Songs
      • Cassette tape Principal Skinner suggests he and Edna play at their wedding instead of hiring a band. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • I Didn't Do It Volume III
      • Album by Bart Simpson. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous)
    • Kroon Along With Krusty
      • Gold record in Krusty's office.(Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene) Gold record on wall at Krustylu Studios. (Season 8 episode The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochy Show) Music album for sale at the arcade ticket redemption booth at the Family Fun Center amusement park. (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
    • Krustophenia
      • Krusty complains that the Simpsons Boogie music album takes off, while his album sits on the shelf, reference to The Who's Quadrophenia. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Loony Luau
      • Music album with camp value that John finds in the Simpsons record collection. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • Lurleen
      • Self-titled music album by Lurleen Lumpkin. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
    • Meet The Be Sharps
      • Music album by Homer's barbershop quartet, recorded during the magical summer of 1985, sold by Comic Book Guy at the Springfield Swap Meet. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet) Unsold copies are visible in the Simpsons' attic. (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Thing and I)
    • Melvin And The Squirrels
      • Music album sold by Comic Book Guy at the Springfield Swap Meet. Parody of Alvin and the Chipmunks - part of the rodent invasion of the early 60s. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet)
    • Museum Noises
      • CD given away for a donation to the PBS pledge drive. "Now your music room can sound just like The Metropolitan Museum in New York" (Season 11 episode Missionary: Impossible)
    • Pipin Hot Bread
      • 8 track cassette on the floorboard of Homer's car, next to the gun that shot Mr. Burns. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 2)
    • Rappin' Ronnie Reagan
      • Tape Homer brings on the Simpson/Flanders road trip to Lake Springfield. (Season 5 episode Homer Loves Flanders)
    • Sax On The Beach
      • Steve Allen's first and only album. (Season 6 episode Round Springfield)
    • Sea Chanteys
      • 90 sea chanteys sung by the Sea Captain, on 3 compact discs, advertised on Channel 92. Includes the bonus disc Hornpipe Fever. (Season 4 episode Mr. Plow)
    • Simpsons Boogie
      • Following the success of their TV show, the Simpsons venture into music, releasing several albums, including Simpsons Boogie, Lovely to Love Your Lovin' and Simpsons Christmas Boogie, which went mega platinum and swept the grammies. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • The Simpsons Go Calypso
      • Music album, available on CD and 8-track. (Season 3 Treehouse of Horror II)
    • Songs To Enrage Bus Drivers
      • Tape Otto listens to while driving the school bus - a tape of kids singing, which he ends up throwing out the window. (Season 9 episode Das Bus)
    • S'Wonderful S'Marvelous S'Krusty
      • Music album by Krusty the Clown sold by Comic Book Guy at the Springfield Swap Meet. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet)
    • These Things I Believe
      • Singer Johnny Calhoun's spoken word album of his right wing political views that killed his career. Answer to a radio station contest question that Homer calls in and wins. (Season 4 Homer the Heretic)
  • Automotive Services
    • Auto Land
      • Muffler sale pamphlets salesman drops on Smithers when he's crying in the gutter. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 2)
    • The Auto Wrecking Yard
      • Wrecking yard that Otto crashes the school bus into when he falls asleep at the wheel. (Season 7 episode Homerpalooza)
    • Buckingham Palace Quick Lube
      • Auto service where Maggie goes looking for Marge. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Car Wash
      • 
Generic Springfield car wash where the Simpsons get the family car washed after getting caught in the dust from the Burns' Casino explosion. (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • Dentz
      • Auto body shop the Simpsons visit after their car is hit with a giant sturgeon that apparently fell from a Russian space station. "Blackest fingernails in town" (Season 12 episode The Great Money Caper)
    • High Pressure Tire Sales
      • There's a tire coupon in the coupon book that Bart finds in the dead letter office at the Springfield Post Office. (Season 10 episode Sunday Cruddy Sunday)
    • House Of Tires
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    • Junior's Garage
      • Frank Grimes' son's auto service that picks up Homer's car after he crashes trying to prove to Sideshow Bob that he can read a magazine and drive. (Season 14 The Great Louse Detective)
    • Paradise Mufflers
      • Billboard in Homer and Marge's honeymoon flashback. "Say Aloha to value" (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Pay & Park & Day
      • Parking garage where Lisa and Bart meet with an informant, which turns out to be Smithers, regarding the mayoral election results. (Season 6 episode Sideshow Bob Roberts)
    • Shelbyville Car Impound Lot
      • Location of Springfield's stolen lemon tree, also known as "The impenetrable force of suburbia." (Season 6 episode Lemon of Troy)
    • Smog Center
      • Store visible outside Kwik-E-Mart window. (Season 3 episode Stark Raving Dad)
    • Springfield Tire Yard
      • Tire yard the school bus passes on the way the Springfield Power Plant field trip. "Home of lots of old tires". (Season 1 episode Homer's Odyssey) Otto takes a shortcut through the Springfield Tire Yard to get the kids to school on time. (Season 3 episode The Otto Show) Lenny and Carl crash their cars into Costington's, inadvertently starting a riot complete with looting from various businesses in Springfield during a blackout. (Season 13 Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge)
    • When You Wash Upon a Car Wash
      • Car wash in Springfield. (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
    • Zip Boys
      • The Simpsons version of Pep Boys automative service, located on the Miracle Mile in Springfield, from various episodes.
      • The oversized advertising mascots come to life and attack the town. (Season 7 episode Treehouse of Horror VI - segment Attack of the 50 Ft Eyesores)
      • Visible in the background as the log with Lisa's head rolls through town. (Season 12 episode Lisa the Tree Hugger)
      • New sponsor of Reverend Lovejoy's church after he agrees to let Mr. Burns to run the church like a business. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
      • Billboard above the 4th Street overpass where Homer and Bart meet Homer's fugitive mother Mona. (Season 15 episode My Mother the Carjacker)
  • Awards
    • 65th Annual Springfield Pride Awards
      • Hosted by Kent Brockman and teen sensation Britney Spears. "Please, no rioting" (Season 11 episode The Mansion Family)
    • The Adult Video Awards
      • Also known as The Boneys. After a photograph of Bart mooning the American flag goes viral, conventions and festivals and award shows pulls out of Springfield. (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
    • Annual Cartoon Awards
      • Award ceremony held at the Springfield Civic Center. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • Assault Weapon Magazine Man of The Year Award
      • Bart sneaks out of the house to attend the Murder 4 Life Benefit all star concert at Springfield Coliseum, featuring rappers Da Glock Pointaz, Romeo Smoov, Queen Booty Shaykah, M.C. Champagne Millionaire and Assault Weapon Magazine's Man of the Year - Alcatraaaz. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • Austrian Music Award For Outstanding Composer Ten and Under
      • Mozart wins the award for Outstanding Composer Ten and Under at the Austrian Music Awards. "A Snuff-free Event" at Vienna Concert Hall in Marge's telling of Mozart at the library. (Season 15 episode Margical History Tour)
    • Austrian Music Awards
      • Mozart wins the award for Outstanding Composer Ten and Under at the Austrian Music Awards. "A Snuff-free Event" at Vienna Concert Hall in Marge's telling of Mozart at the library. (Season 15 episode Margical History Tour)
    • Best Film-to-video Transfer
      • Award given out at the Daytime Emmy Awards. (Season 3 episode Black Widower)
    • Best Supporting Performer In A Children's Program
      • Award that Sideshow Bob gets nominated for at the Daytime Emmy Awards. (Season 3 episode Black Widower)
    • Biggest People Pleaser
      • Good guy award that Principal Skinner wins. (Season 12 episode Children of a Lesser Clod)
    • Bully of The Year
      • Award given to Nelson Muntz. (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • Golden Bucket New record added 5/28/2021
      • Lisa wins 4 free tickets to see Kosovo Autumn, the latest film by acclaimed director Mladzieul Klernt, playing at the Limited Appeal Theater. Winner of the Romanian Film Festival's prestigious Golden Bucket award. (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Golden Coif
      • When Bart visits Kent Brockman at home, they take the trophy route to the den, featuring his twelve newsies, seven Iron Mikes and four Golden Coifs. (Season 9 episode Girly edition)
    • The Good Guy Awards
      • Award ceremony in Springfield hosted by Krusty the Clown. "Pointless" - NY Times. (Season 12 episode Children of a Lesser Clod)
    • The Hobo Oscars
      • Annual awards show that Homer mentions, a day made for lovers. Lovers, not widowers, like Ned Flanders. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Iron Mike
      • When Bart visits Kent Brockman at home, they take the trophy route to the den, featuring his twelve newsies, seven Iron Mikes and four Golden Coifs. (Season 9 episode Girly edition)
    • Lowest Paying Job
      • One of the awards Homer wins at his and Marge's high school reunion - until it is revealed that he never actually graduated, and the awards are taken away from him. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • Most Hair List
      • One of the awards Homer wins at his and Marge's high school reunion - until it is revealed that he never actually graduated, and the awards are taken away from him. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • Most Improved Odor
      • One of the awards Homer wins at his and Marge's high school reunion - until it is revealed that he never actually graduated, and the awards are taken away from him. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • Most Promising New Series On Cable
      • Award given out at the Regional ACE Awards, with host Dick Cavett. (Season 6 episode Homie the Clown)
    • Most Violent Rap Group
      • Award featured at the New Awareness Awards. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Most Weight Gained
      • One of the awards Homer wins at his and Marge's high school reunion - until it is revealed that he never actually graduated, and the awards are taken away from him. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • Mount Lushmore
      • Wall of fame at Moe's where he hangs caricatures of frequent customers. (Season 6 episode Fear of Flying)
    • New Awareness Awards
      • Elaborate sham hosted by Willie Nelson to bring the Simpsons back together after the end of the family's TV show. That night, fate wore a cummerbund of suspense. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Newsie
      • When Bart visits Kent Brockman at home, they take the trophy route to the den, featuring his twelve newsies, seven Iron Mikes and four Golden Coifs. (Season 9 episode Girly edition)
    • Nobel Fart Prize
      • Bart's chalkboard gag: I did not win the Nobel Fart Prize. (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
    • Oldest Car
      • One of the awards Homer wins at his and Marge's high school reunion - until it is revealed that he never actually graduated, and the awards are taken away from him. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • Outstanding Soul, Spoken Word Or Barbershop Album
      • Grammy award the Be Sharps win at the 29th annual Grammy Awards. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet)
    • Outstanding Writing In A Cartoon Series
      • Award given out at the Annual Cartoon Awards ceremony. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • Patriots of Tomorrow Awards Banquet
      • Awards dinner for the Patriots of Tomorrow Essay Contest (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
    • The Princy Awards
      • School principal awards. When Shelbyville Elementary School shows up at Fort Springfield for a field trip the same day as Springfield Elementary, Principal Skinner mentions that Principal Valiant swept the Princy awards. (Season 6 episode The PTA Disbands)
    • Safest Bus Driver
      • School District Safety Award that Otto wins in the dream that has when he falls asleep driving the school bus. (Season 7 episode Homerpalooza)
    • The Saint Who Walks Among Us Award
      • Good guy award that Homer wins for his day care center. (Season 12 episode Children of a Lesser Clod)
    • School District Safety Awards
      • Award ceremony from the dream that Otto has when he falls asleep driving the school bus. (Season 7 episode Homerpalooza)
    • Toast Points New Awareness Awards
      • Episode Behind the Laughter.
    • Traveled The Least Distance
      • One of the awards Homer wins at his and Marge's high school reunion - until it is revealed that he never actually graduated, and the awards are taken away from him. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • Worker Of The Week
      • Award given out at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. (Season 5 episode Deep Space Homer)
  • Baby Products
    • Baby Translator
      • Herb's invention that makes him rich again. (Season 3 episode Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?)
    • Baby-So-Fresh
      • While spring cleaning, Bart finds a box of old video tapes. The tape labeled "Marge and HomerGet Dirty" is a video of them carving pumpkins. Bart: "Hey, Lis - think you're well-adjusted? I've got something to show you." The tape labeled "Bart Sad" is actually "Bart's Ad", which is a commercial that Bart was in for the Baby-So-Fresh tri-patch system - chemical patches for bad baby breath. (Season 14 episode Barting Over)
    • Barnacle Bill's Home Pregnancy Test
      • Cheap pregnancy test that Marge uses - results are inconclusive, so she goes to see the doctor. (Season 3 episode I Married Marge)
    • Dog In A Ball
      • Product sold at the Baby Expo, an actual dog in a big plastic ball for babies to play with. (Season 3 episode Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?)
    • Krap-E-Latch
      • Brand of Maggie's carseat that releases her when Homer crashes into the car in front of them, sending Maggie over the bridge and into Moe's arms. (Season 14 episode Moe Baby Blues)
    • Krusty Home Pregnancy Test
      • No description available
    • Marge Simpson Diaphram
      • No description available
    • Pee 'N' See Home Pregnancy Test
      • Apu and Manjula's home pregnancy test. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Swing-a-majig
      • Baby swing for Maggie that comes with the Simpsons' new house in Cypress Creek. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • Time-out Gas
      • Police fire time-out gas at crying children when Krusty announces his retirement. Krusty retires for the fifth and final time. (Season 12 episode Day of the Jackanapes)
    • Wuvs Diapers
      • No description available
  • Bakeries
    • Bakery
      • After stealing the police master key to the city, Bart and Ralph eat an whole wedding cake and an entire pan of funeral fudge. (Season 9 episode This Little Wiggy) Store in the background during Homer, Seth and Munchie's freak-out drive through Springfield. (Season 10 episode D'oh-In' in the Wind) Store in the background. (Season 11 episode Homer vs. Dignity)
      • Generic store in Bronson, Missouri, a town populated by Charles Bronson look-alikes. (Season 13 episode The Old Man and the Key)
    • Beauty and The Beast's Fried Dough Chateau
      • Restaurant that Comic Book Guy mentions. (Season 15 episode Today I am a Clown)
    • Buns
      • Restaurant in the food court at Springfield Mall. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Cookie Colossus
      • Bakery that sells giant cookies at Springfield Mall. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F)
    • Dave's Donuts
      • Donut shop in the background when Kodos and Kang enslave the residents of Springfield. (Season 3 episode Treehouse of Horror II)
    • Donutland
      • Donut shop the cops mention staking out. (Season 6 episode The Springfield Connection)
    • Donuts
      • A little donut stand with an unimaginative name and a giant donut resting on top of the stucture.
    • Erotic Cakes
      • Bakery Homer finds in the real three dimensional world. (Season 7 episode Treehouse of Horror VI - Homer³)
    • The French Confection
      • Giant eclaire. The restaurant owners of Springfield to whom Homer gave bad reviews plan to kill Homer with a poisoned pastry, created by the chef from The French Confection. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • I Can't Believe It's Not Trayfe
      • Bakery in Krusty's old neighborhood. (Season 15 episode Today I am a Clown)
    • In 'N' Out Devil's Food Cakes New record added 5/28/2021
      • Bakery in Springfield, featuring a man in a devil costume for advertising, convincing Homer the end is near. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • Lard Lad Donuts
      • Donut shop on the Miracle Mile in Springfield. The oversized advertising mascot comes to life and attacks the town. The chain that put the "fat" in "fat southern sheriffs". "Home of the Colossal Donut". (Season 7 episode Treehouse of Horror VI - segment Attack of the 50 Ft Eyesores) Homer and Mojo fight over donuts. (Season 9 episode Girly edition) Bart and Milhouse steal Chief Wiggum's police cruiser while he's eating donuts. (Season 13 episode The Parent Rap) New sponsor of Reverend Lovejoy's church after he agrees to let Mr. Burns to run the church like a business. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
      • Closed by Marge's Law, location of the headquarters of the cabal to bring sugar back to Springfield. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Much Ado About Muffins
      • Bakery at the new Springfield Squidport. "To eat or not to eat" (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter) Restaurant featured with a booth at the Taste of Springfield Festival. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • Palais De Donut
      • Donut shop in Springfield (episode Marge vs. the Monorail)
    • Rolling Donut
      • Bakery that delivers donuts to the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. (Season 3 episode I Married Marge)
    • Sconewall Bakery
      • Bakery in the neighborhood where Homer moves in with two gay guys. (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • Springfield Donuts
      • Lenny and Carl crash their cars into Costington's, inadvertently starting a riot complete with looting from various businesses in Springfield during a blackout. (Season 13 Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge)
  • Banks
    • Bank
      • Generic bank in the Simpsons version of Joshua Logan's Paint Your Wagon. (Season 9 episode All Singing All Dancing) Generic bank in Springfield. (Season 9 episode Lost Our Lisa) Bank in the Wild West ghost town Bloodbath Gulch. (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble) Bank robbers attempt to steal an entire bank on the Police Cops TV show. (Season 10 episode Homer to the Max) Stretch Dude and Clobber Girl stop a bank robbery. (Season 11 episode Treehouse of Horror X - segment Desperately Xeeking Xena)
    • Bank of Springfield
      • Marge makes Lisa and Bart deposit the money that they inherited from Great Aunt Hortense. (Season 7 episode Bart the Fink) 
Bank name on Ned's check. (Season 9 episode Realty Bites) Mr. Burns writes a Bank of Springfield check to Springfield Hospital for $200,000 - which Homer gets credit for because he delivered it in person, receiving a wing named after him and a statue. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love) Homer owes PBS $10,000 after a fake donation but not enough money in the bank to pay them. (Season 11 episode Missionary: Impossible) Bank on the $100,000 check that Ned receives for donating the $50,000 check that he received for making a half court shot to Bibles for Belgians. (Season 14 Pray Anything)
    • EZ Cash
      • Automatic Teller machine at Try-N-Save. (Season 7 episode Marge Be Not Proud)
    • First Bank of Springfield
      • Local bank in Springfield, from various episodes.
      • Homer withdraws his life savings to invest in Animotion Incorporated. (Season 12 episode HOMR)
      • Bank where Bart starts a panic by suggesting they're out of money. (Season 6 episode The PTA Disbands)
      • a.k.a. BS, Bank that manages Homer's mortgage. (Season 6 episode Homer vs. Patty and Selma)
      • Mr. Burns withdraws a $1000 bill from the Bank of Springfield automatic teller machine to buy peanuts, which he calls crackleberries. (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
      • Bank name on oversized check shown on Roofi's children's TV show advertisement for his upcoming concert. (Season 15 episode Marge Versus Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays)
      • Homer steals Ned Flanders' credit card, and Bart steals Rod Flanders' credit card. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Home Security Trust
      • Bank where Homer takes the million dollar check he received in the mail. Sign out front: "We're not a savings & loan". (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
    • Money Bank Charge Card
      • Bart applies for a credit card in the name Santos L. Halper, inspired by his dog Santa's Little Helper. (Season 8 episode The Canine Mutiny)
    • National Bank of Springfield
      • Movie cowboy Buck McCoy stops a robbery in progress. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Players Club
      • Moe's credit card, which he maxes out after dating Renee. (Season 9 episode Dumbbell Indemnity)
    • Premiere Credit Union
      • Coffee mug that Marge gives Bart at the party they throw for him for getting a hundred on a test. (Season 16 Sleeping with the Enemy)
    • Springfield Savings
      • Bank in Springfield, from various episodes. Advertised at Springfield Stadium. Safe from 1890-1986, 1988- (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer, Season 4 episode Duffless) ATM at the grocery store when Mr. Burns goes shopping. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)
    • VIZA
      • Simpsons version of Visa.
      • After turning the bar into a British pub, Moe accepts his first credit card payment from a customer. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
      • Homer steals Ned Flanders' credit card, and Bart steals Rod Flanders' credit card. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Airport Bar
      • Bar at the Springfield Airport. (Season 9 episode The Joy of Sect)
    • Ale House
      • Generically named bar in Australia. (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia)
    • Arctic Circle Showroom
      • Lounge at the Snowshoe casino in Las Vegas, from Homer and Ned's gambling trip, currently presenting a theatrical production called Klon-Dykes! (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • The Aristocrat (bar)
      • Dive bar, Homer's new watering hole when he can't get into Moe's because it's too popular after the Flaming Moe mixed drink takes off. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's) Bar visible when Homer takes Marge out for dinner and dancing in the Krusty Burger drive through.
    • The Beer 'N' Brawl
      • Redneck bar in Spittle County where Homer meets Lurleen Lumpkin. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
    • The Black Dog
      • Bar sign down at the beach that needs to be cleaned up for the Olympics. (Season 10 episode The Old Man and the ‘C' Student)
    • Blisters At The Squidport
      • Bar at the new Springfield Squidport where Homer and Marge do Jello shooters. "We stitch and don't snitch" (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter)
    • The Bloated Liver
      • Bar Krusty visits on his bender to end all benders. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Blottos
      • Bar Krusty visits on his bender to end all benders. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Bo's Cavern
      • Moe tries to get out of giving away a free beer for a welcome mobile coupon by claiming it's Bo's Cavern not Moe's Tavern. (Season 4 episode New Kid on the Block)
    • Cheers
      • Bar that Homer checks out when looking for a new bar after Moe bans him for life. (Season 6 episode Fear of Flying)
    • Chez Guevara - Palacio de Dansa Cubana
      • Tito Puente's nightclub. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 2)
    • Clubi
      • Nightclub seen in video shown on Jock Center, the sports news show that decries the professional athletes using the dances they bought from Homer when scoring goals just to get in their highlight reel. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • The Dew Drop Bar
      • Bar in Capital City. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer)
    • Disco
      • Disco Stu takes a taxicab from the Disco and gets on TV show Taxicab Conversations, where they film secretly passengers and catch them at their most uninhibited. (Season 14 episode How I Spent My Strummer Vacation)
    • The Drinkin' Memorial
      • Bar where Krusty gets drunk in Washington D.C. (Season 14 episode Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington)
    • Duff Tavern
      • Bar at the Duff Days beer festival. (Season 11 episode Pygmoelion)
    • Dum-Dum Club
      • Nightclub too dumb for Homer, now that he's had the crayon removed from his brain. (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • Famous Moe's
      • Bar, rip-off of Flaming Moe's after the recipe for his famous mixed drink gets out. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Flaming Meaux
      • Bar, rip-off of Flaming Moe's after the recipe for his famous mixed drink gets out. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Floppy's
      • Comedy club where the Sea Captain and Principal Skinner perform. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Frolic Room
      • Nightclub in the vision Ned has when movie star Sara Sloane asks him to move to Hollywood with her. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Green Potato Pub
      • The contestants of the Beer-tender of the Year Contest at the Duff Days beer festival include Michael Finn from the Green Potato Pub at the O'Hare International Airport, Titania from Juggernauts in Hollywood, California and Moe Szyslak. (Season 11 episode Pygmoelion)
    • Green's Lounge
      • Episode Boy Scoutz N the Hood.
    • The Gutter Room
      • Bar Krusty visits on his bender to end all benders. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Hangover Hamlet
      • Bar near Dexter Colt's office, the private investigator that Moe recommends to Homer to find out more about Lisa, the guy that Moe uses whenever he's gotta know something about a broad.
    • Harrigan's Bar
      • Moe drops Homer off at the hospital with alcohol poisoning after getting him drunk, claiming Homer actually got drunk at Harrigan's bar when Chief Wiggum asks. (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • The Hate Box
      • Underground dance club where Ruth Powers takes Marge after Shotkickers. (Season 5 episode Marge on the Lam)
    • Homer's Hunting Club
      • Bar Homer opens in his garage when Moe changes his tavern into a hip new joint called "m". (Season 13 episode Homer to the Moe)
    • Itchy's 70s Disco
      • Nightclub on Itchy & Scratchy Land's Parents' Island, where Homer and Marge go. "Est. 1980" (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • The Jazz Hole
      • Jazz club where Bleedin' Gums Murphy plays. (Season 1 episode Moaning Lisa) Featured during the opening credits of Kent Brockman's Eye on Springfield TV show. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's) Local nightclub in Springfield. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • Joe's
      • Bar. Shelbyville's version of Moe's. (Season 6 episode Lemon of Troy)
    • Juggernauts
      • The contestants of the Beer-tender of the Year Contest at the Duff Days beer festival include Michael Finn from the Green Potato Pub at the O'Hare International Airport, Titania from Juggernauts in Hollywood, California and Moe Szyslak. (Season 11 episode Pygmoelion) Chief Wiggum announces that it's wet T-shirt month at Juggernauts. (Season 11 episode It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge)
    • The League of Extra-Horney Gentlemen
      • Gay bar across the street from Moe's. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • The Legitimate Businessmen's Social Club
      • Bar, Fat Tony's mob hangout. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer, Season 10 episode Mayored to the Mob) Homer busts Fat Tony for selling toy poodles that are actually ferrets. (Season 13 Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge)
    • The Little Black Box
      • Bar near the airport for pilots that Homer checks out when looking for a new bar after Moe bans him for life. (Season 6 episode Fear of Flying)
    • Loch Ness Pub
      • Bar near Loch Ness where Homer plays the Flipper Frenzy pinball game, still wearing his deep sea diving outfit from looking for Nessie in Loch Ness. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Lunkheadz
      • Nightclub too dumb for Homer, now that he's had the crayon removed from his brain. "A place for drooling" (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • m
      • Moe's hip new joint. Looks like an alien headquarters, according to Homer. Looks like it's from the not too distant future, according to Lenny. (Season 13 episode Homer to the Moe)
    • MacDougal's
      • Bar where Kent Brockman says he'll be when he walks off the air: Call the weekend guy, I don't care. (Season 4 Lisa the Beauty Queen)
    • Mao's Den of Inequity
      • Detective Lisa and her sidekick Bart track down Mr. Burns and Homer at Mao's Den of Inequity in London's Opium District while searching for the Muttonchops Murderer. An alternate reality version of Moe's bar. "Happiness is a warm poppy" (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment Four Beheadings and a Funeral)
    • Meaux's Tavern
      • Homer finds a photograph from the Grand Opening of Moe's Tavern in Marge's memory box. (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • Moab's
      • Stand in for Moe's in Marge's novel The Harpooned Heart. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Moe's Brew Ha Ha!
      • Moe turns his bar into a comedy club for Krusty's triumphant return to comedy as an angry comic. "4 drink minimum" (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Moe's Brewing Co.
      • Upscale new facade for Moe's Tavern at the new Springfield Squidport, which is actually a tunnel that leads to the old Moe's. (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter)
    • Moe's Cavern
      • Original name of Moe's Tavern, as seen in Homer's 1985 Be Sharps flashback story. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet)
    • Moe's Tavern
      • Local bar in Springfield. (Season 1 episode Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire)
      • It's Raining Men is Homer's favorite song in the jukebox at Moe's Tavern
      • The phone number for Moe's Tavern is 764-8437.
      • Tuesday is Ladies' Night at Moe's Tavern.
    • The Nag and Weasel
      • When Homer and Marge become co-owners of Moe's, Marge convinces him to turn it into a British pub. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • Old Crow
      • When Homer comes in with his crows, Moe tells him, "This ain't no crow bar... this is a crow bar," holding up a picture of a bunch of crows at a bar called Old Crow. (Season 3 episode Weekend at Burnsie's)

    • One Night Stan's
      • Gay nightclub in the neighborhood where Homer moves in with two gay guys. (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • The Original Flaming Moe's
      • Bar, rip-off of Flaming Moe's after the recipe for his famous mixed drink gets out. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Poppa Wheelie's
      • Biker bar where Homer goes looking for Marge after she is kidnapped by the real Hell's Satans motorcycle gang. (Season 11 episode Take My Wife, Sleaze)
    • Pub
      • Generic bar in the background during the Do What You Feel Festival. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child) Generically named bar in Australia. (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia)
    • She She Lounge
      • Lesbian bar in Springfield without a fire exit that Homer checks out when looking for a new bar after Moe bans him for life. (Season 6 episode Fear of Flying)
    • Shotkickers
      • Country bar that Marge and Ruth Powers visit during their girls' night out. (Season 5 episode Marge on the Lam)
    • Smitty's Bar
      • Bar across from the Rescue Mission where Bart eats Thanksgiving dinner. (Season 2 episode Bart vs. Thanksgiving)
    • Stu's Disco
      • The darkest bar in town, where Homer takes Moe to find a date. (Season 9 episode Dumbbell Indemnity) Mr. Burns takes his new girlfriend Gloria dancing. (Season 13 A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love)
    • Tavern
      • Generically named bar in Australia. (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia)
    • Turnpike Lounge
      • Lounge at the Newark Newark casino in Las Vegas, from Homer and Ned's gambling trip, featuring Rip Taylor Negron. (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • Yee's Old Tavern
      • Bar in Chinatown, New York City. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
  • Battles, Conflicts and Wars
    • The 2nd Battle of Springfield
      • The citizens of Springfield recreate a battle fought by the North, the South and the East. (Season 3 episode The Sweetest Apu)
    • Gulf War V: Operation Find Our President's Head New record added 5/18/2021
      • Principal Skinner: I'd like to say goodbye to those going off to college or to fight in Gulf War Five: Operation Find Our President's Head. (Season 16 episode Future-Drama)
    • World War III
      • Homer runs the family through a drill to see how fast they can gather in the fallout shelter in the event of World War III. (Season 7 episode The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular! - The Tracey Ullman Show clip)
  • Beauty and Barber Shops
    • Barber
      • Generic barber shop across the street from The Android's Dungeon. (Season 2 episode Three Men and a Comic Book)
    • Barber Shop
      • Generic barber shop in the background during the Do What You Feel Festival. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child) Generic barbershop in the Simpsons version of Joshua Logan's Paint Your Wagon. (Season 9 episode All Singing All Dancing) Shop in background. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever) Generic business in an old black and white Buck McCoy western movie. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • The Curvy Nail
      • Salon in Capital City. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer)
    • Da Buzz Club New record added 5/28/2021
      • Homer takes Bart and Lisa to get haircuts at the new kids barbershop at Springfield Mall. "You cant put a price on cool", "Cool haircuts $30" (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • The Ear Piercery
      • Store at Springfield Mall. (Season 1 episode Life on the Fast Lane)
    • Fantastic Schlomo's
      • Barber shop in Krusty's old neighborhood. "Payos trims, two-for-one!" (Season 15 episode Today I am a Clown)
    • Hair Clinic
      • Homer goes to find out more about Dimoxinil. (Season 2 episode Simpson and Delilah)
    • Hair Salon
      • Generic hair salon in downtown Springfield when all the adults are home drinking Abe Simpson's love tonic. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
    • Hairy Shearers
      • Barber shop in Springfield, named for the voice actor Harry Shearer. (Season 9 episode The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilans) Hair salon that Marge visits. (Season 12 episode Hungry, Hungry Homer)
    • In 'n' Out Ear Piercing
      • Store where Bart gets his pierced, shortly before the store becomes a Starbucks. "If it dangles, we'll punch a hole in it." (Season 9 episode Simpson Tide)
    • Jake's Unisex Hair Palace
      • After growing a full head of hair thanks to Dimoxinil, Homer goes to get a haircut. (Season 2 episode Simpson and Delilah) Marge gets her hair done, talks to Mrs. Glick about Bart doing chores for her. (Season 2 episode Three Men and a Comic Book) Bart has a coupon for a Free Birthday Shave for his birthday. (Season 3 episode Radio Bart) Bart gets a job, which he quits when he gets paid in hair. (Season 12 episode Lisa the Tree Hugger)
    • Le Pamperie Hair Salon
      • Hair salon at the mall, where Maggie goes looking for Marge. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone) Hair salon in Springfield that raises prices when Hollywood movie makers arrive to film the Radioactive Man movie. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Mr. Paul
      • Barber shop in background when Maggie takes the car for a joyride. (Season 4 episode Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie)
    • The Original Frenchie's Barber Shop
      • Barber shop in Capital City. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer)
    • The Perm Bank
      • Beauty Salon where Marge gets her hair done. (Season 8 episode A Milhouse Divided)
    • Snippy Longstockings
      • Hair salon next door to Herman's Military Antiques store, where he's kidnapped Chief Wiggum and Snake Pulp Fiction style - and Lisa goes to get a haircut after getting gum stuck in her hair. (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield)
    • Turn Your Head And Coif Beauty Salon
      • Beauty salon where Marge takes Lisa for the Little Miss Springfield Beauty Pageant. (Season 4 Lisa the Beauty Queen)
  • Beauty Pageants
    • Little Miss Intensive Care
      • According to Dr. Hibbert, after winner of the Little Miss Springfield pageant gets struck by lightning at the opening of the Danish super chain store called SHØP, she wins the Little Miss Intensive Care pageant at the hospital. (Season 4 episode Lisa the Beauty Queen)
    • Little Miss Kosher
      • Frequent beauty pageant winner Amber Dempsey was also Pork Princess and Little Miss Kosher. (Season 4 Lisa the Beauty Queen)
    • Little Miss Springfield
      • Contest that Homer signs Lisa up for, sponsored by Laramie Cigarettes. (Season 4 Lisa the Beauty Queen)
    • Miss American Girl Pageant
      • TV show that Homer and the kids watch. Brought to you by Meryl Streep's Versatility. (Season 4 episode A Streetcar Named Marge)
    • Miss Atomic Pile
      • Calendar on the wall in Homer's office at the nuclear power plant. (Season 3 episode Lisa's Pony)
    • Miss Hairless America
      • Chief Wiggum tells Mr. Burns he has a sister he might like that's completely hairless, like those cats. Mr. Burns: I don't care if she's Miss Hairless America, I'm spoken for. (Season 13 A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love)
    • Miss Mexican Mafia
      • Marge runs into her former neighbor Ruth who has also gotten into bodybuilding, and was Miss Mexican Mafia three years in a row. Ruth introduces Marge to steroids with the product Ragin' 'Roids. (Season 14 episode The Strong Arms of the Ma)
    • Miss Perfect Attendance
      • Contest Lisa won, highlighted in Retrospectives, the Springfield Elementary School yearbook. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Miss Springfield
      • The current Miss Springfield kicks off Whacking Day: Gentlemen, start your whacking! (Season 4 episode Whacking Day) Lenny reveals that Miss Springfield isn't as beautiful as she seems. Word is, she uses appearance-altering cosmetics. (Season 12 episode The Computer Wore Menace Shoes)
    • Mr. Tight Buns
      • Homer explains to Marge and Lisa that if he stands firm on Bart's punishment of not seeing Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie, Bart could end up Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, but if he caves, then the best he'll do in life is judge of a Mr. Tight Buns competition. (Season 4 episode Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie)
    • Pork Princess
      • Frequent beauty pageant winner Amber Dempsey was also Pork Princess and Little Miss Kosher. (Season 4 Lisa the Beauty Queen)
  • Beverages
    • Buffal-O.J.
      • Homer as Connie Appleseed's father requests various buffalo products for breakfast, including buffalo sausage, huevos buffaleros, and some fresh-squeezed buffal-O.J,, from the Singing Hobo's Connie Appleseed story. (Season 12 episode Simpson Tall Tales)
    • Coffee Flavored Bevarine
      • Beverage that Mrs. Krabappel offers Superintendent Chalmers. (Season 9 episode The Principal and the Pauper)
    • Colombia's Shame Discount Coffee
      • Coffee that Marge buys to save money. (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
    • Crab Juice
      • Canned beverage served by Khlav Kalash street vendor in New York City. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
    • Cranberry
      • Economy size package of juice sold at retail warehouse club Monstro Mart. It's crantastic! (Season 5 episode Homer and Apu)
    • Egg Nog
      • Generic egg nog Homer buys that fills up the entire fridge in the Simpson house. (Season 7 episode Marge Be Not Proud)
    • Garden Blast
      • Juice flavor sold by Seth & Munchie's, Homer's mother's old hippie commune Groovy Grove Natural Farm's juice company, the largest organic juice company in Springfield. (Season 10 episode D'oh-In' in the Wind)
    • Hip Pop
      • Soda brand Gummy Joe drinks at the union meeting. (Season 4 episode Last Exit to Springfield)
    • Juice-Lix
      • Juice at the Simpsons breakfast table, from the makers of Mueslix. (Season 12 episode Trilogy of Error)
    • Montreal Morn
      • Coffee that Marge says she's going to brew, the most international coffee in the house, but it turns out there's only Nescafé. (Season 6 episode Homer vs. Patty and Selma)
    • Mt. Swartwelder Apple Cider
      • Gallon jugs Marge brings back from the family's trip to the Mt. Swartwelder Historical Cider Mill. (Season 8 episode Burns, Baby Burns)
    • Nature's Goodness Soda
      • New soda made of 2-4 desoxpropenuramine that Bart drinks as part of his future job testing dangerous food additives in daydream sequence after being chased out of Springfield Christian School. (Season 4 episode Whacking Day)
    • OJ
      • Generic orange juice at the Simpsons breakfast. (Season 7 episode Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily)
    • Spring Water
      • Generic bottled water product sold for $8 at the concert where two met his girlfriend Becky - he was on fire, but didn't want to pay $8 for the water needed to put out the fire. Becky used her bottle to put out the fire. (Season 11 episode It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge)
    • Steaky
      • Commercial Bart watches on TV. Finally, the great taste of Worcestershire sauce in a soft drink. (Season 5 episode Homer Goes to College)
    • Tree Fresh Imitation Orange Drink
      • Beverage that Marge buys at the grocery store. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Yacqui Indian Memory Tea
      • Tea Marge serves Homer to get him to remember his repressed trauma. Season 13 episode The Blunder Years)
  • Beverages-Alcohol
    • Colonel Kwik-E-Mart's Kentucky Bourbon
      • Alcohol product that Marge forgets to pay for, gets arrested for shoplifting and goes to prison for 30 days. (Season 4 episode Marge in Chains)
    • Crème De Menthe
      • Generically named alcohol product included in Homer's recipe for his Flaming Homer mixed drink. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Drunken Cowboy Brand Whiskey
      • Movie cowboy Buck McCoy themed product. "Smooth as milk" (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Gin
      • Generic liquor bottle Homer guzzles at Moe's. (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
    • Happy Family Brand Bourbon
      • Billboard outside Homer's hotel window in Hollywood. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet)
    • J&R Whiskey
      • What Marge thinks is a very old Civil War figurine passed down from her grandmother turns out to be an early 1970s Johnny Reb liquor bottle, one of the J&R Whiskey Liquor Lads, a monument to her grandmother's secret drinking problem. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • Johnny Reb (liquor)
      • What Marge thinks is a very old Civil War figurine passed down from her grandmother turns out to be an early 1970s Johnny Reb liquor bottle, one of the J&R Whiskey Liquor Lads, a monument to her grandmother's secret drinking problem. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • Mai Tai Mix
      • Product Homer has in his cart at Sprawl-Mart. (Season 15 The Fat and the Furriest)
    • Old Harper
      • Alochol product Homer buys at the Li'l Valu-Mart in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Scotch
      • Generic alcohol product that Lenny drinks. (Season 8 episode Mountain of Madness) Generic liquor bottle Homer guzzles at Moe's. (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
    • Screech Owl
      • Alcohol bottle in Barney's apartment, which he throws out when he decides to get sober. (Season 11 episode Days of Wine and D'oh'ses)
    • Simpson Gin
      • The Simpsons cash in on their success, venturing into merchandising, including Simpson Gin, wetting whistles worldwide. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Tequila
      • Generically named alcohol product included in Homer's recipe for his Flaming Homer mixed drink. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's) Product Marge drinks in the tub in her hotel room at Rancho Relaxo. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Vagrant's Choice Fortified Scotch
      • Smithers' scotch bottle. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 2)
  • Beverages-Beer
    • Beer Paste
      • Product Homer eats in flashback scene from when he went to space. (Season 2 episode Wizard of Evergreen Terrace)
    • Billy Beer
      • Old beer can that Homer finds in his old concert going jacket, which he pulls out to take Bart to the Spinal Tap concert at the Springfield Coliseum. (Season 3 episode The Otto Show)
    • Blitz Beer
      • Duff Beer competitor.
    • Duff Beer
      • Bus ad: "Can't get enough of that wonderful Duff" / TV commercial: "The beer that makes the days fly by" Homer buys A Crate-O-Duff Beer Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 4 Homer the Heretic) Homer wants something different, so Moe serves him a Düff Beer from Sweden… actually it's just the same old Duff Beer. (Season 8 episode The Springfield Files)
    • Duff Blue
      • Duffman: Don't send a Duff dog to do a Duffman's job! Hold on, Sir. Soon, you'll be filling your lungs with Duff, Duff Lite, or new Duff Blue - tap in to the peppermint glacier! (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
    • Duff Dark
      • Duff Beer product, from Homer's Duff Brewery Tour. (Season 4 episode Duffless)
    • Duff Dry Draft
      • Type of Duff beer, introduced during the Duff Bowl, the Super Bowl for beer. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek) Product advertised in Springfield Magazine: "Try Try Try Duff Dry". (Season 3 episode Bart the Lover) Duff's newest flavor, from Homer's Duff Brewery Tour. (Season 4 episode Duffless)
    • Duff Ice
      • Duff brand featured at the Duff Days beer festival. (Season 11 episode Pygmoelion)
    • Duff Lite
      • Duff Beer product from Homer's Duff Brewery Tour. (Season 4 episode Duffless) Advertised at Shelbyville Stadium during the Pigskin Classic. (Season 5 episode Homer Loves Flanders)
      • Duffman: Don't send a Duff dog to do a Duffman's job! Hold on, Sir. Soon, you'll be filling your lungs with Duff, Duff Lite, or new Duff Blue - tap in to the peppermint glacier! (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
    • Duff Zero
      • New alcohol free Duff Beer that comes out when Springfield prohibits alcohol. (Season 8 episode Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment)
    • Düffenbrau
      • Beer that Moe serves Mayor Quimby and his cronies. (Season 10 episode Mayored to the Mob) Duff brand featured at the Duff Days beer festival. (Season 11 episode Pygmoelion)
    • Duffo Beer
      • Cuban Duff Beer, with advertising featuring Che Guevara: "El duffo o muerte" (Season 9 episode Trouble with Trillions)
    • Fudd Beer
      • Beer served at the redneck bar, the Beer 'N' Brawl, that was taken off the market after a bunch of hillbillies went blind. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer) Shelbyville's version of Duff beer. (Season 6 episode Lemon of Troy)
    • Fuhgetaboutit
      • Moe Szyslak: Here, Homer. Have a big frosty mug of fuhgetaboutit. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • Future Duff Beer
      • When the manager of the Native American casino Caesar's Pow-Wow shows Bart a vision of his future, Bart is a a washed-up, wannabe rock musician that drinks Future Duff Beer. (Season 11 episode Bart to the Future)
    • Henry K. Duff's Private Reserve
      • Very special Duff Beer product that Homer orders at Moe's, paying $20 for it with the $25 he made selling his Springfield Nuclear Power Plant stock. (Season 3 episode Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk)
    • Kingpin Malt Liquor
      • Sponsor of one of the race cars at the Springfield Dragway. (Season 7 episode Homer the Smithers)
    • Lady Duff
      • Duff Beer product, from Homer's Duff Brewery Tour. (Season 4 episode Duffless) Cases of beer delivered by the Duff Man stripper at Edna Krabappel's bachelorette party. (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)
    • Olde Ogdenville Ale
      • No description available
    • O'Glums Non-Alcoholic Beer
      • No description available
    • Raspberry Duff
      • Duff Beer product, from Homer's Duff Brewery Tour. (Season 4 episode Duffless)
    • Red Tick Beer
      • Homer wants something different, so Moe serves him a Red Tick Beer. "Suck one dry" (Season 8 episode The Springfield Files)
    • Skittlebrau
      • Beer Homer requests at Kwik-E-Mart - beer with candy floating in it. Apu: "Such a product does not exist, Sir." (Season 9 episode Bart Star) Product sold at the 33¢ store. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Strolling Rock
      • Duff Beer competitor.
    • Tartar Control Duff
      • Duff Beer product, from Homer's Duff Brewery Tour. (Season 4 episode Duffless)
    • Tuborg
      • Homer requests the finest beer from Moe for his party at Mr. Burnns' mansion. Moe suggests Tuborg, the beer of Danish Kings. (Season 11 episode The Mansion Family)
  • Beverages-Milk
    • Malk
      • Fake milk at Springfield Elementary making Bart's bones brittle. "Now with Vitamin R" (Season 6 episode The PTA Disbands)

    • Milk
      • Various generic milk brands.
      • Generic milk carton on the Simpsons breakfast table. (Season 1 episode Some Enchanted Evening)
      • Generic milk carton that Bart drinks at Fat Tony's place. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
      • Generic milk carton in the Simpsons refrigerator. (Season 6 episode Bart of Darkness)
      • Generic milk carton that Homer uses to make breakfast for Mr. Burns. (Season 7 episode Homer the Smithers)
      • Generic milk carton in background. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Skeptic)
      • Generic milk carton in the Simpsons fridge. (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
      • Generic milk carton that Ned Flanders drinks. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
      • Generic milk carton in. The Stabby-Oh's cereal commercial. (Season 12 episode Bye, Bye Nerdie)
      • Empty generic milk carton in the Simpson's kitchen. (Season 13 episode Treehouse of Horror XII - segment Wiz Kids)
      • After refusing to shave his mustache to work at the Humble Figurine Factory, Ned drinks from a generic milk carton in the park in Humbleton, getting it in his mustache. (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
  • Beverages-Soft Drinks
    • Buzz Classic
      • Buzz Cola product in the vending machine a tote power plant. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Buzz Cola
      • Soft drink.
      • Advertised at Springfield Stadium, billboard in Capital City. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer)
      • TV commercial. (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy)
      • Homer escapes from the Candy Industry Trade Show by making a bomb out of Buzz Cola and Pop Rox. (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
      • Diet Buzz Cola sold in Power Plant vending machine. (Season 6 episode Homer the Great)
      • Also sold in Shelbyville. (Season 6 episode Lemon of Troy)
      • Advertised before the movie: "The taste you'll kill for" (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
      • New sponsor of Reverend Lovejoy's church after he agrees to let Mr. Burns to run the church like a business. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
      • "The official cola of prison" (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
    • Buzz Cola with Lemon
      • New version of Buzz Cola. (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
    • Caffeine Free Buzz
      • Variation of Buzz Cola in the vending machine at the Springfield Airport. (Season 9 episode Trouble with Trillions)
    • Cherry Buzz
      • Buzz Cola product in the vending machine a tote power plant. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Cool Ranch Soda
      • Product sold at the 33¢ store. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Cream Buzz
      • Variation of Buzz Cola in the vending machine at the Springfield Airport. (Season 9 episode Trouble with Trillions)
    • Crystal Buzz Cola
      • Parody of Crystal Pepsi. New soft drink vending machine at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant that Homer gets his arm trapped in, so he can't go to the ballet with Marge. (Season 5 episode Marge on the Lam)
    • Dalai Lamanade New record added 5/18/2021
      • Springfield Elementary installs new Scammer & Z-Dog vending machines - the same marketing team behind Hip-Hopsicles "The urban popsicle", featuring Scarf-ables products, including Krishna Krisps, Amazonkers, Lollapalollipops, Dalai Lamanade, Choco-Nards and Everlasting Copkillaz. Lisa reads the ingredient list for Krishna Krisps: "Hydrogenated petroleum oil, monosodium poisonate, partially de-weaponized plutonium" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Diet Buzz
      • Variation of Buzz Cola in the vending machine at the Springfield Airport. (Season 9 episode Trouble with Trillions)
    • Diet Cola
      • Generic soda product Homer drinks in bed. (Season 4 episode Homer's Triple Bypass) Coupon for generic soft drink that Marge cuts out of the newspaper. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare)
    • Eastern Airlines Cola
      • Say goodbye to the cola wars - the victor: Eastern Airlines Cola. (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • Hi Test Buzz
      • Buzz Cola product in the vending machine a tote power plant. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Homer Cola New record added 5/18/2021
      • Homer plans to invent the world's best-tasting cola, but loses his ingredients notes: "sugar, water, bubbles and ?" (Season 16 episode Don't Fear the Roofer)
    • John Lemon
      • 40 year old novelty beverage, Beatles branded product in Ned Flanders' secret Beatles memorabilia room. (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
    • Mango Starr
      • 40 year old novelty beverage, Beatles branded product in Ned Flanders' secret Beatles memorabilia room. (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
    • Maple Soda
      • When Marge is in the hospital recovering from her ski trip accident, Homer does the grocery shopping, returning with Maple Soda, a toy plastic phone filled with candy, Astronaut Bread that comes in a tube and Aerosmith's Sweet Emotions breakfast cereal. (Season 11 episode Little Big Mom)
    • Mop Top Pop
      • 40 year old novelty beverage, Beatles branded product in Ned Flanders' secret Beatles memorabilia room. (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
    • Orange Harrison
      • 40 year old novelty beverage, Beatles branded product in Ned Flanders' secret Beatles memorabilia room. (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
    • Osaka Orangeade Concern
      • Sponsor of the Happy Smile Super Challenge Family Wish Show, the TV game show in Japan where the Simpsons win enough money to return home. Also the makers of the dangerous looking, but harmless lava featured in one of the challenges. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Paul McIced Tea
      • 40 year old novelty beverage, Beatles branded product in Ned Flanders' secret Beatles memorabilia room. (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
    • Pepsi-B
      • When Apu and Manjula give birth to octuplets, they receive lifetime supplies of baby powder and Pepsi-B. "For Export Only" (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Slurm
      • There's a Slurm vending machine in the background during the Rick and Morty couch gag (Season 26 episode Mathlete's Feat)
    • Soy Pop
      • Beverage Lisa attempts to buy at college, but her future husband Hugh Parkfield beats her to it. "Now with gag suppressant" (Season 6 episode Lisa's Wedding)
  • Beverages-Wine
    • Champagne
      • Krusty makes a mixed drink out of champagne and Slim Fast. (Season 15 episode Today I am a Clown)
    • Champagne-iola
      • Mr. Burns proposes to his new girlfriend Gloria at Barney's New Bowlarama, he heads off to find some Champagne-iola. (Season 13 A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love)
    • Château Maison
      • Dilapidated farmhouse at a run-down vineyard where Bart stays as part of a school foreign exchange program. (Season 1 episode The Crepes of Wrath) Ned and Edna drink Chateau Maison wine on their date. (Season 11 episode Alone Again, Natura-Diddly)
    • Grand Vin De Chateau Latour 1886
      • Bottle of wine that Moe gives to Homer and Marge. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Pomme De Cheval Vin Francais
      • Alcohol bottle in Barney's apartment, which he throws out when he decides to get sober. (Season 11 episode Days of Wine and D'oh'ses)
    • Truckasaurus Champagne
      • Champagne the Monster Truck Rally give The Simpsons to apologize for the mishap with Truckasaurus. (Season 2 episode Bart the Daredevil)
    • Wine
      • Generic wine product that Bart puts in the cart at CostMo Foods grocery store. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
  • Boarding Schools-Girls
    • St. Sebastian's School For Wicked Girls
      • Private school where Samantha Stanky's father enrolls her. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
  • Books-Biography
    • Happiness Is A Naked Steve Allen
      • Book by Steve Allen. (Season 6 episode Round Springfield)
    • Homer, I Hardly Knew Me
      • Homer's autobiography. Bart and Lisa find unsold copies in the attic. (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Thing and I)
    • I Am Also Scotty
      • Comic Book Guy (at library book sale): Ah, the full Leonard Nimoy cycle - I am Not Spock. I am Spock. And finally, I am Also Scotty. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • I, Suds
      • Duff finds a new Duff spokesperson to replace Duffman - the Simpsons' dog, Santa's Little Helper. After appearing on Live with Regis and Kathy Lee, Suds has a book signing for his book "I, Suds". (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
    • Journal of C.W. McAllister
      • Journal of mountain climber from the 1920s. (Season 9 episode King of the Hill)
    • Like Hell I Can't
      • Smithers brings in a proposed ghostwriter for Mr. Burns' autobiography, Mr. Roman, one of the finest ghostwriters in the business. His previous books include: Like Hell I Can't, Up From the Muck and The Unsinkable Sadruodin Mahbaradad. (Season 2 episode Blood Feud)
    • My Core Beliefs
      • Book by Mike Farrell that Lisa gives Homer for inspiration when he chains himself to a post at Springfield Stadium to protest Duff's decision to move the Springfield Isotopes to Albuquerque. (Season 12 episode Hungry, Hungry Homer)
    • The Secret Confessions Of Jebediah Springfield
      • Scroll that Lisa finds in the Springfield Historical Society museum. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Iconoclast)
    • The Ten Habits of Highly Successful Criminals
      • Former under-aged offender Snake's book. (Season 15 The Wandering Juvie)
    • Thomas Edison
      • Pop-up book Homer reads in the Springfield Elementary library. (Season 2 episode Wizard of Evergreen Terrace)
    • The Unsinkable Sadruodin Mahbaradad
      • Smithers brings in a proposed ghostwriter for Mr. Burns' autobiography, Mr. Roman, one of the finest ghostwriters in the business. His previous books include: Like Hell I Can't, Up From the Muck and The Unsinkable Sadruodin Mahbaradad. (Season 2 episode Blood Feud)
    • Up From The Muck
      • Smithers brings in a proposed ghostwriter for Mr. Burns' autobiography, Mr. Roman, one of the finest ghostwriters in the business. His previous books include: Like Hell I Can't, Up From the Muck and The Unsinkable Sadruodin Mahbaradad. (Season 2 episode Blood Feud)
    • Where are My Residuals?
      • Book Lisa writes after the end of the family's TV show. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Will There Ever be a Rainbow?
      • Autobiography by C.M. Burns. (Season 2 episode Blood Feud) Mr. C.M. Burns most recent biography. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)
    • Woodrow Wilson, Man of Peace
      • Book in Mr. Burns' prison library. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
  • Books-Children
    • The Babysitter Twins
      • Children's book, one of Lisa's favorites that inspires her to become a babysitter. (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter)
    • Baby's First Pop-Up Book
      • Bart's book report: 26 pages of alphabetic adventure. (Season 4 episode Treehouse of Horror III - segment: Dial "Z" for Zombies)
    • Classic Childrens Stories
      • Homer reads to the Screamapillar. "Once upon a time, there were three bears. The end." Then he almost kills it with the book and gets sentenced to 200 hours of community service. (Season 13 The Frying Game)
    • Classics For Children
      • Book Homer checked out when Bart was born to read to him but never did - until now. (Season 13 episode Tales from the Public Domain)
    • Cloudy Day Diversions
      • Book Marge consults for activities for the party they throw for Bart for getting a hundred on a test. (Season 16 Sleeping with the Enemy)
    • Clue in the Clock
      • Controversial Nancy Drew book that Lisa finds in Mr. Burns' library that's filled with swears. (Season 11 episode The Mansion Family) Book lisa reads in bed. (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • Find Waldo Yet Again
      • Book Bart reads. (Season 4 episode Treehouse of Horror III - segment: Dial "Z" for Zombies)
    • The Hardy Boys: The Smugglers of Pirates Cove
      • Book Homer reads in the Springfield Elementary library. Not an actual Hardy Boys book, though there are real books called "The Mystery of Smugglers Cove" and "The Secret of Pirates Cove". (Season 2 episode Wizard of Evergreen Terrace)
    • Night Night Moon
      • Children's book, Simpsons version of Good Night Moon that Maggie reads in her crib. (Maggie Simpson in Playdate with Destiny)
    • Scary Tales Can Come True
      • Book that serves as the intro the for the segment based on Grimm's Fairy Tales. (Season 12 episode Treehouse of Horror XI - segment Scary Tales Can Come True)
    • The Land of the Wild Beasts (book) New record added 6/7/2021
      • At the Springfield Stamp Museum, the Simpsons watch a presentation on The Land of the Wild Beasts, a children's book by Milton Burkhart, which is actually just an advertisement for The Hillside Wrangler Steak House. In the book, a parody of Where the Wild Things Are, a young boy is sent to bed without dinner and believes he has been transported to The Land of the Wild Beasts, but he's actually in The Land of the Wild Feasts. (Season 17 episode The Girl Who Slept Too Little)
  • Books-Cookbooks
    • Gravity's Rainbow Cookbook
      • Thomas Pynchon: These wings are V-licious. I'll put this recipe in the Gravity's Rainbow Cookbook, right next to The Frying of Latke 49. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • How To Cook For Forty Humans
      • Cookbook, tribute to The Twilight Zone episode To Serve Man. Lisa finds a book on the alien ship called "How to Cook Humans", but there's dust covering some of the words. When the dust is blown off, the title becomes, "How to Cook for Humans", then, "How to Cook Forty Humans" and finally, "How to Cook for Forty Humans". (Season 2 episode Treehouse of Horror - segment: Hungry are the Damned)
    • How To Cook For Humans
      • Cookbook, tribute to The Twilight Zone episode To Serve Man. Lisa finds a book on the alien ship called "How to Cook Humans", but there's dust covering some of the words. When the dust is blown off, the title becomes, "How to Cook for Humans", then, "How to Cook Forty Humans" and finally, "How to Cook for Forty Humans". (Season 2 episode Treehouse of Horror - segment: Hungry are the Damned)
    • How To Cook Forty Humans
      • Cookbook, tribute to The Twilight Zone episode To Serve Man. Lisa finds a book on the alien ship called "How to Cook Humans", but there's dust covering some of the words. When the dust is blown off, the title becomes, "How to Cook for Humans", then, "How to Cook Forty Humans" and finally, "How to Cook for Forty Humans". (Season 2 episode Treehouse of Horror - segment: Hungry are the Damned)
    • How To Cook Humans
      • Cookbook, tribute to The Twilight Zone episode To Serve Man. Lisa finds a book on the alien ship called "How to Cook Humans", but there's dust covering some of the words. When the dust is blown off, the title becomes, "How to Cook for Humans", then, "How to Cook Forty Humans" and finally, "How to Cook for Forty Humans". (Season 2 episode Treehouse of Horror - segment: Hungry are the Damned)
    • The Joy Of Cooking Milhouse
      • Cookbook that Mrs. Krabappel reads during class after the staff start cooking students. (Season 6 episode Treehouse of Horror V - segment: Nightmare Cafeteria)
    • The Joy Of Cooking Steve Allen
      • Book by Steve Allen. (Season 6 episode Round Springfield)
    • Kosher Erotic Cakes
      • Romantic cookbook at the Books! Books! And additional Books! bookstore. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
    • RECIPES To Think About in BED
      • Cookbook that Marge reads in bed. (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)
    • Someone's in the Kitchen with Jesus
      • Reverend Lovejoy's new cookbook, which he sells at the Festival of Books. Author credited as Rev. Tim Lovejoy on the cover. Featuring the recipe for Mary Magdalene's Chocolate Orgasm. (Season 12 episode Insane Clown Poppy)
  • Books-Fiction
    • "A" Is For Scoundrel
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • America's 2nd Best Short Stories
      • Bart's school textbook, which he uses to defend himself from an attacking dog: "Eat my short stories!" (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Anyone Can Be a Scoundrel
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • The Ape Who Wanted a Big Bonus
      • Joke Mr. Burns makes to Homer when he asks for a raise. (Season 14 episode C.E. D'oh)
    • Bedtime Stories
      • Book Itchy & Scratchy read in new cartoon where they're friends not enemies, after Marge's crusade against cartoon violence. (Season 2 episode Itchy & Scratchy & Marge)
    • Billy And The Clone-osauraus
      • Principal Skinner's idea for the great American novel, about a futuristic amusement park where dinosaurs are brought to life through advanced cloning techniques. Apu can't believe he's never heard of Jurassic Park. (Season 5 episode Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song)
    • El Scoundrelo
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Forgotten Lore Vol. II
      • Book Homer reading: "Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary, over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore..." (Season 2 episode Treehouse of Horror - segment: The Raven)
    • The Harpooned Heart 2: Thunder Down Under
      • Sequel to Marge's novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • The Harpooned Heart
      • Marge's novel. "Loyal to her vows or loyal to her heart or loyal to a third thing?" (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Hickory Dickory Scoundrel
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • I, Scoundrel
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie: The Novel By Norman Mailer
      • Book adaptation of Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie (Season 4 episode Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie)
    • Kiss Me Shoot Me Again!
      • Book Marge's sister Selma reads. (Season 2 episode Principal Charming)
    • Love In The Time Of Scurvy
      • Romance novel that Marge reads, and daydreams about. (Season 6 episode Lisa's Rival)
    • My Troubled Mind
      • Novel by Moe Szyslak. (Season 14 episode Treehouse of Horror XIII - segment The Right to Creep and Scare Harms)
    • Olympic Scoundrel
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Return To Scoundrel Island
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • The Satanic Verses: Junior Illustrated Edition
      • Fictional version of a real book by Salman Rushdie, located in the Springfield Elementary School library, along with several other books that were banned by other schools, including Tek War, Theory of Evolution, Sexus, 40 Years of Playboy, Steal This Book and Hop On Pop. (Season 6 episode The PTA Disbands)
    • Scoundrel Comes Calling
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Scoundrel For The Prosecution
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Scoundrel Goes West
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • A Scoundrel in Araby
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Scoundrel in Scarlet
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Scoundrel in Scarlett
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Scoundrel Is It You?
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Scoundrel Redux
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Scoundrel Vs. Hitler
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • The Secret of Scoundrel Cove
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Senator Scoundrel
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • The Story About The Mighty Scoundrel
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Ten Trite Tales
      • Agatha Christie book that Chief Wiggum reads while attempting to solve the case of who shot Mr. Burns. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 2)
    • They Promised Me Ponies
      • Unfinished novel by Lisa Simpson, which Bart uses to attack her and her friend with spitballs. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • To Hug a Scoundrel
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • To Kiss a Scoundrel
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Tome
      • Novel by Gore Vidal that Lisa shows Marge, telling her that books are her only friends. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Whither My Scoundrel?
      • Romance novel by Esme Delecroix, the author that inspires Marge to write her own novel. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
  • Books-Instructional
    • The 10 Do's And 500 Don'ts Of Knife Safety
      • Book that Flanders shows Bart at the Junior Campers meeting. (Season 5 episode Boy Scouts N the Hood)
    • 101 Spank-ternatives
      • A now discredited book on raising children that gives Marge the idea for Simpson family court. (Season 15 episode The Way We Weren't)
    • 3rd Child's The Charm!
      • Parenting book that one of the mothers is reading at Not Responsible for Injuries Park, where Marge takes Maggie to play. (Maggie Simpson in Playdate with Destiny)
    • The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Pre-Teens

      • Book that Bart reads while taking the drug Focusyn for his ADD. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Advanced Algebra
      • Math text book. (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • Am I Disabled?
      • Book Homer reads that includes various conditions that qualify as disabled, including Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Lumber lung, Juggler's Despair and Achy-breaky Pelvis and Hyper-obesity. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • American Automobile Guide Book 1982
      • Book Milhouse finds in the glove compartment of the rental car that Bart and his friends take on their road trip. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • Animation For Dummies
      • Book in the Books for Dummies section of the Festival of Books. (Season 12 episode Insane Clown Poppy)
    • The Atom
      • Generic textbook on desk when Frank Grimes is shown studying science by mail. (Season 8 episode Homer's Enemy)
    • Backdoors To Citizenship
      • Book Lisa reads trying to help Apu, who is about to bed departed. (Season 7 episode Much App About Nothing)
    • Bean Bag Furniture Repair
      • Book Troy is reading while repairing his bean bag chair, when he receives a phone call from his agent, MacArthur Parker. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Biology
      • Generic textbook on desk when Frank Grimes is shown studying science by mail. (Season 8 episode Homer's Enemy)
    • Bordello Repair Vol. 1
      • Romantic book at the Books! Books! And additional Books! bookstore. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
    • Canine Surgery
      • Book Homer reads when he considers doing the surgery on Santa's Little Helper himself. (Season 3 episode Dog of Death)
    • Chemistry
      • Generic textbook on desk when Frank Grimes is shown studying science by mail. (Season 8 episode Homer's Enemy)
    • A Child's Guide To Cons
      • Bart gets a book of cons for kids that includes all the classic cons, such as the Pigeon Drop, the Ear Wigger, the Brillstein Grab, and a father/son scam called the Albany Ham Scam. (Season 12 episode The Great Money Caper)
    • Christianity for Dummies
      • Book in the Books for Dummies section of the Festival of Books. (Season 12 episode Insane Clown Poppy)
    • Coping With Loss
      • Book that the Springfield Cat Burglar slips into Bart's arms when he steals the Simpsons' portable TV. (Season 5 episode Homer the Vigilante)
    • Cow Tipping For Dummies
      • Book in the Books for Dummies section of the Festival of Books. (Season 12 episode Insane Clown Poppy)
    • Dr. Marvin Monroe's Guide To Etiquette
      • Book Bart is given at birthday party at Wall E. Weasel's. (Season 3 episode Radio Bart)
    • Dying For Dummies
      • Homer leaves Marge after seeing her kissing her ex-boyfriend Artie Ziff. He and Lenny ride the Suck-U-Bus Line to West Springfield, which Lisa observes is three times the size of Texas. The pair go to work in the West Springfield oil patch. Homer's family finds him when he gets a library card in and checks out ten books on oil rigging and one book called Dying for Dummies. (Season 13 episode Half-Decent Proposal)
    • Eating Sandwiches For Dummies
      • Book in the Books for Dummies section of the Festival of Books. (Season 12 episode Insane Clown Poppy)
    • Espanol Para Dummies
      • Audio tapes Bart listens to on the flight to Brazil. (Season 13 episode Blame it on Lisa)
    • Firefighter's Handbook
      • Instruction manual that Ned consults when Bart shoots down Major League Baseball's satellite. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Gay Guide to Springfield
      • Travel guide with bad information that leads a gay gentleman to Moe's. (Season 11 episode Days of Wine and D'oh'ses)
    • Guide To Australia
      • Travel book that Lisa brings on the family's trip to Australia. (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia)
    • Guide To Infantile Distress
      • Book by Dr. Washburn's Asbestos Pills that Abe consults while babysitting Maggie. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
    • Guitar Instruction in 99 Easy Lessons
      • Book that came with the electric guitar Homer and Marge bought for Bart. (Season 3 episode The Otto Show)
    • Help! My Baby's Ugly
      • Parenting book that one of the mothers is reading at Not Responsible for Injuries Park, where Marge takes Maggie to play. (Maggie Simpson in Playdate with Destiny)
    • How Dare You Not Breastfeed
      • Parenting book that one of the mothers is reading at Not Responsible for Injuries Park, where Marge takes Maggie to play. (Maggie Simpson in Playdate with Destiny)
    • How To Get Rich Writing Cartoons
      • Book by John Swartzwelder that Lisa reads for inspiration writing a new Itchy & Scratchy cartoon. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • How To Loot Brazil
      • Book Homer takes to Brazil. (Season 13 episode Blame it on Lisa)
    • How To Make Love To Steve Allen
      • Book by Steve Allen. (Season 6 episode Round Springfield)
    • How To Talk To a Drunk Father
      • Book Lisa reads on the bus when Bart hits her with a water balloon. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • How To Tunnel Out of Prison
      • Book Homer gets from the jail library cart. Instead of using it to learn how to tunnel out of prison however, he bashes the library cart attendant over the head and makes a run for it. (Season 9 episode Dumbbell Indemnity)
    • How To, Volumes 1-14
      • Books on shelf in Homer's garage. (Season 2 episode Itchy & Scratchy & Marge)
    • Internet For Dummies: Remedial Edition
      • Book Homer reads. (Season 9 episode Das Bus)
    • Learn Carpentry with The Beatles
      • Beatles branded product in Ned Flanders' secret Beatles memorabilia room. "I'm fixing a hole... in my drywall" (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
    • Lose Your Accent in Thirty Years
      • Book that a young Cookie Kwan reads at Camp Land-a-man. (Season 15 episode The Way We Weren't)
    • Math Safari
      • With Lisa's restraining order preventing Bart from being in the same building, Willy teaches bart in his shed. (Season 16 episode On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister)
    • Megatronics: The 48 Tips To Corporate Success
      • Book by Stark Richdale, taught in his Successmanship 101 class at the Springfield Extension School. "The force that runs through the universe that used to be called God" (Season 14 episode C.E. D'oh)
    • Moby Dick for Dummies
      • Book in the Books for Dummies section of the Festival of Books. (Season 12 episode Insane Clown Poppy)
    • Networking Programming for Dummies
      • Book in the Books for Dummies section of the Festival of Books. (Season 12 episode Insane Clown Poppy)
    • Overcome Childhood Fears New record added 6/7/2021
      • A ten-week program, well worth the $4,000, that Homer and Marge steal from Sit 'n' Weep, a child psychologist on Psychiatry Row. (Season 17 episode The Girl Who Slept Too Little)
    • Owning Your Okay-ness
      • Self-help book Homer reads when Marge accuses him of eating all her brownies. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child)
    • Physics
      • Generic textbook on desk when Frank Grimes is shown studying science by mail. (Season 8 episode Homer's Enemy)
    • The Stuff Yourself Sick Diet
      • Dr. Nick Riviera's diet book that he sells at the Festival of Books. (Season 12 episode Insane Clown Poppy)
    • Thin By Third Grade
      • Book Lisa reads in the library after the girls at school make fun of her for having a big butt. (Season 16 Sleeping with the Enemy)
    • Travel Book
      • Book Milhouse finds in the glove compartment of the rental car that Bart and his friends take on their road trip. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • Watch Repair
      • Book Homer and Milhouse read to fix their magic stopwatch. (Season 15 episode Treehouse of Horror XIV - segment Stop the World I Want to Goof Off)
    • Who Made that Barrel? You Did! New record added 5/28/2021
      • Book Mrs. Krabappel gives Bart to read for his role as town Cooper in the Medieval festival. (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
    • Your Gimmicky Restaurant
      • Instructional book by Bennigan and Fuddrucker that Moe reads before opening his own family themed restaurant. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • You're Doing Everything Wrong
      • Parenting book that Marge reads at Not Responsible for Injuries Park, where she takes Maggie to play. (Maggie Simpson in Playdate with Destiny)
    • Zagat's Guide To World Religions
      • Book that Lisa reads. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
  • Books-Magic
    • 1989 The Year of Armageddon New record added 5/28/2021
      • Book on the rapture that's 15% off that Homer buys at Gospel for Less Christian Bookstore. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • Any Day Now New record added 5/28/2021
      • Book on the rapture that Homer buys at Gospel for Less Christian Bookstore. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • The Bible According To Hoyle
      • Religious book on Ned Flanders' bookshelf. (Season 7 episode Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily)
    • Book Of Magick And Spelles Vol. II
      • Time Life book that finds Bart in the library occult section. (Season 4 episode Treehouse of Horror III - segment: Dial "Z" for Zombies)
    • Flanders Bible
      • Ned's own Bible that he uses when attempting to baptize the Simpson kids in the Springfield River. (Season 7 episode Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily)
    • Hebrew National Bible
      • Religious book on Ned Flanders' bookshelf. (Season 7 episode Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily)
    • Holy Bible!
      • Religious book on Ned Flanders' bookshelf. (Season 7 episode Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily)
    • Necronomicon
      • Bob Dole reads a passage from the Necronomicon at the Springfield Republican Party meeting.
    • The Thump Resistant Bible
      • Religious book on Ned Flanders' bookshelf. (Season 7 episode Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily)
    • Today's Family Gnostic Bible
      • Religious book on Ned Flanders' bookshelf. (Season 7 episode Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily)
    • Who Begat Whom
      • Religious book on Ned Flanders' bookshelf. (Season 7 episode Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily)
  • Books-Nonfiction
    • The Big Book Of The Chosen People
      • Book Lisa researches in the Old Springfield Library. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Chicken Soup For The Loser
      • Book that gave Bill Buckner the courage to open a chain of laundromats. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Doughboys
      • Book about war. (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • Greatest Sports Injuries
      • Book Lisa reads. (Season 9 episode Bart Star)
    • The Law
      • Larry H. Lawyer, Jr's book, the lawyer that shows up when Homer falls into a hole in the church yard. (Season 14 episode Pray Anything) When Santa's Little Helper's original owner takes him back, Lisa consults a book about law. (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
    • Lisa Is Stupid
      • Bart: "I used to be lost until a friend turned me on to a book, a book that change my life. It's called Lisa is Stupid." (Season 14 episode Bart vs. Lisa vs. The Third Grade)
    • The Mound Builders
      • Book about Native Americans that Lisa reads after her and Bart find a Native American burial mound. (Season 15 episode Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore)
    • The New Our Caddies Ourselves
      • Book Homer reads. "A book by and for golfers." (Season 7 episode Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield)
    • Our Legal System
      • Book on lawyer Lionel Hutz's bookshelf. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Police Psychology
      • Book Chief Wiggum reads. (Season 8 episode Grade School Confidential)
    • Religionhood
      • Book by Paul Reiser that Lisa reads. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • The Shore Birds of Maryland
      • Book that Bart reads. (Season 14 Pray Anything)
    • Trenches
      • Book about war. (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • When Bad Things Happen To Cute Children
      • Marge's psychology book that convinces her that a new pet will pull Lisa out of her sorrow cycle, written by a rabbi who surfs. (Season 15 episode I, Annoyed Grunt-Bot)
    • When Daddy Does Hard Time
      • Book for Bart and Lisa when Homer goes to prison. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • Who Really Killed J.F.K.
      • Book by Homer and Marge Simpson. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Yes, I Am A Vampire
      • Book by Monty Burns, with a Forward by Steve Allen.(Season 5 episode Treehouse of Horror IV - Segment Bart Simpson's Dracula)
  • Books-Other
    • 99 Hilarious Phone Messages
      • Book Homer and Marge use to select a new outgoing phone answering machine message. (Season 9 episode This Little Wiggy)
    • Book New record added 5/28/2021
      • Generic book that Ned's new young Russian female boarders are "reading" in their www.sexyslumberparty.com video. (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Bork On Sex
      • Romantic book at the Books! Books! And additional Books! bookstore. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
    • Chicken Soup For the Damned Soul New record added 5/28/2021
      • Book on the rapture that Homer buys at Gospel for Less Christian Bookstore. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • Ecosystem of the Marsh
      • Book by Thompson that Lisa attempts to check out from the library, but her future husband Hugh Parkfield beats her to it. (Season 6 episode Lisa's Wedding)
    • Emergency Procedures
      • Book Homer pulls out at work for his emergency donut, but finds note from himself: Dear Homer I.O.U. one emergency donut signed Homer. (Season 5 episode Treehouse of Horror IV - Segment The Devil and Homer Simpson)
    • Flander's Holy Bible
      • Homer and Bart try to grift Ned with a fake bible they claim Maude ordered for him before she died. COD, of course. (Season 12 episode The Great Money Caper)
    • I Didn't Do It: The Bart Simpson Story
      • Book about Bart when he becomes famous on the Krusty the Clown show. That's what's on the cover anyway, but inside, it's mostly about Ross Perot, and the last two chapters are from the Oliver North trial. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous)
    • Jewishness Revisited
      • Book Lisa researches in the Old Springfield Library. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Journey To The Center Of Steve Allen
      • Book by Steve Allen. (Season 6 episode Round Springfield)
    • Memories
      • Homer makes a "Memories" scrapbook for his kidnappers in Brazil to remember their time together. (Season 13 episode Blame it on Lisa)
    • My Fans are Stupid Pigs
      • Episode The Otto Show. Book by Bart Simpson.
    • NHL Stars Of 1969
      • Book Bart uses to find a photo for the fake man he created for Mrs. Krabappel - he picks Gordie Howe. (Season 3 episode Bart the Lover)
    • Only Turkeys Have Left Wings
      • Book by conservative right-wing crackpot Birch Barlow, parody of Rush Limbaugh. (Season 6 episode Sideshow Bob Roberts)
    • Rational Thinking, Reasonable Future
      • Book by Al Gore that Lisa mentions at the Books! Books! And additional Books! bookstore. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
    • Retrospectives
      • Springfield Elementary School yearbook, featuring leatheroleum covers. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Sane Planning, Sensible Tomorrow
      • New book by Al Gore that Lisa finds at the Books! Books! And additional Books! bookstore. She hopes it's as exciting as his other book, Rational Thinking, Reasonable Future. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
    • Sebastian Cabot's Beard Book
      • Book Marge gives to Homer for his birthday in an old home video. "With Forward by Willie Nelson" (Season 5 episode Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song)
    • Seduce Your Lousy, Lazy Husband
      • Romantic book at the Books! Books! And additional Books! bookstore. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
    • Sex
      • Book by Krusty the Clown featuring photos of Krusty in a variety of sexual positions, a la Madonna. (Season 7 episode The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular!)
    • Springfield Law
      • Book that Chief Wiggum reviews when Marge goes down to the Springfield police station to report the anonymous death threats that Bart has been receiving, learning that it is illegal to send threatening letters, and to put squirrels down your pants for the purposes of gambling, which the cops in the background are doing at that moment. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare)
    • The Supreme Court?
      • Book on lawyer Lionel Hutz's bookshelf. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Tales Of The Third Reich
      • Book at the Books! Books! And additional Books! bookstore that Marge claims to be reading when Bart and Lisa catch her and Homer in the Romance section. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
    • The Truth about Whacking Day
      • Book by Bob Woodward. (Season 4 episode Whacking Day)
    • Tuesdays with Morrie in Hell New record added 5/28/2021
      • Book on the rapture that Homer buys at Gospel for Less Christian Bookstore. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • Unidentified flying outrage!
      • Book Bart finds at the Books! Books! And additional Books! bookstore. Bart: Did you know they're real? But there's a huge government conspiracy to cover it up! (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
    • Val-U-Qual Coupons
      • Coupon book that Bart finds in the dead letter office at the Springfield Post Office. (Season 10 episode Sunday Cruddy Sunday)
    • Views On Jews
      • Book Lisa researches in the Old Springfield Library. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • World's Easiest Crossword Puzzles
      • Marge's activity book. (Season 15 The Fat and the Furriest)
    • Your Shoes' too Big to Kickbox God
      • Twenty page book credited to Krusty the Clown, ghost written by John Updike. (Season 12 episode Insane Clown Poppy)
  • Books-Reference
    • Advanced Calculus
      • Generic textbook that falls out a locker when Bart crashes into it on his skateboard. (Season 5 The Last Temptation of Homer)
    • Advanced Marketing
      • When Homer is determined to increase traffic at Bowlarama so that Al will give him a raise, he gets to work reading a book called Advanced Marketing. He quickly gives up on that book and starts reading Beginner Marketing. He quickly gives up on that book too, and starts reading The New American Dictionary. (Season 6 episode And Maggie Makes Three)
    • Animation Legal Precedents
      • Legal book that Bart and Lisa research when looking for a way to help Roger Myers Jr. save Itchy & Scratchy Studios from bankruptcy after losing Chester Lampwick's lawsuit. (Season 7 episode The Day the Violence Died)
    • Arithmetic The Leader's Way
      • Movementarian textbook. (Season 9 episode The Joy of Sect)
    • Beginner Marketing
      • When Homer is determined to increase traffic at Bowlarama so that Al will give him a raise, he gets to work reading a book called Advanced Marketing. He quickly gives up on that book and starts reading Beginner Marketing. He quickly gives up on that book too, and starts reading The New American Dictionary. (Season 6 episode And Maggie Makes Three)
    • The Bible For Wise-asses
      • Book where Bart finds a bunch of sexy facts about the Bible. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • The Big Book Of British Smiles
      • Book that Dr. Wolfe shows Ralph to scare him when he admits to not brushing. (Season 4 episode Last Exit to Springfield)
    • The Big Book Of Trains
      • Book that Itchy reads at Engineer School in Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie. (Season 4 episode Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie)
    • Bob's Fraud Log, Volumes I-IV
      • Evidence Sideshow Bob turns over to the court when he is investigated for rigging the mayoral election results. (Season 6 episode Sideshow Bob Roberts)
    • The Civil Engineer
      • Book that Itchy reads at Engineer School in Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie. (Season 4 episode Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie)
    • The Complete Handyman's Bookshelf, Vol. I Spice Racks
      • Book on shelf in Homer's garage that he uses to build Marge a spice rack. (Season 2 episode Itchy & Scratchy & Marge)
    • The Complete Handyman's Bookshelf, Vol. II Knickknack Shelves
      • Book on shelf in Homer's garage. (Season 2 episode Itchy & Scratchy & Marge)
    • The Complete Handyman's Bookshelf, Vol. III Trojan Horses
      • Book on shelf in Homer's garage. (Season 2 episode Itchy & Scratchy & Marge)
    • Copyright Law
      • The Simpsons exit the door of a haunted mansion one at a time, each dressed like one of the Munsters, Lisa as Marilyn, carrying a book with the title, Copyright Law. The residents of Springfield appear and kill them - all except for Lisa. (Season 12 episode Treehouse of Horror XI)
    • Copyright Law 1918-1923
      • Legal book that Bart and Lisa research when looking for a way to help Roger Myers Jr. save Itchy & Scratchy Studios from bankruptcy after losing Chester Lampwick's lawsuit. (Season 7 episode The Day the Violence Died)
    • Dayton:Two Exits of Fun
      • Marge's Dayton guidebook for their trip to Dayton for Uncle Tyrone's birthday. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Dictionary New record added 5/28/2021
      • For punishment at St. Jerome's Catholic School, Bart is forced to hold dictionaries with his arms extended. (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
    • The Duff Book of World Records
      • Simpsons version of the Guinness Book of World Records that inspires "It's got pictures of deformities." (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)

    • The Encyclopedia Self-Destructica
      • Joke the narrator of the behind the scenes documentary makes about the Simpsons. "But reckless spending and interracial homoeroticism were just volume one of the The Encyclopedia Self-Destructica." (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Hip Punishments New record added 6/8/2021
      • Marge threatens to erase Bart's saved PlayStation games and delete the custom ringtones from his phone, which she learned about by reading Hip Punishments magazine. (Season 17 episode Milhouse of Sand and Fog)
    • Hippie-English Dictionary
      • Chief Wiggum uses a Hippie-English Dictionary to try to talk Homer's fugitive mother Mona into giving herself up. (Season 15 episode My Mother the Carjacker)
    • The How, Why, and Huh? Book of Weather
      • Book Lisa is reading when she realizes that the hurricane - Hurricane Barbara - is coming. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)
    • London
      • Guidebook Marge reads in the car on the trip to England. (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • Loony Laws, Silly Statutes and Wacky War Crimes
      • Book Chief Wiggum uses to find old laws to arrest more people for Mr. Burns' prison. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Math
      • Various generic math textbooks.
      • Bart's generic math textbook at St. Jerome's Catholic School. (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
      • Bart's math textbook. (Season 4 episode Kamp Krusty)
      • Generic textbook in Lisa's Strike Preparedness Kit that she pulls out when the teachers of Springfield Elementary School go on strike. (Season 6 episode The PTA Disbands)
      • Lisa's textbook. (Season 11 episode Take My Wife, Sleaze)
    • MCAT: The Monorail Conductors Aptitude Test
      • Book that Bart uses to test Homer when he attends the Lanley Institute to become a monorail conductor. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
    • Public Nudity: Codes And Statutes
      • Legal book that Bart and Lisa research trying to help get Apu out of jail, after accidentally losing his towel after being locked out of his house after a shower. (Season 7 episode The Day the Violence Died)
    • Rapture For Dummies New record added 5/24/2021
      • Book on the rapture that Homer buys at Gospel for Less Christian Bookstore. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • Real Estate Law
      • Book that Marge reads when she becomes a real estate agent at Red Blazer Realty. (Season 9 episode Realty Bites)
    • Science For Leader Lovers
      • Movementarian textbook. (Season 9 episode The Joy of Sect)
    • Science Made Very Very Simple
      • Book Bart uses to explain to Homer why they need to go rescue Selma from Sideshow Bob. (Season 3 episode Black Widower)
    • Social Studies
      • Textbook that Lisa reads, when a member of the motorcycle gang Hell's Satan's borrows it to scratch his ass. (Season 11 episode Take My Wife, Sleaze)
    • Springfield Telephone Directory
      • Homer looks for foundation repairmen. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job) Marge's sisters call everybody in Springfield except for Homer to tell them that Marge is pregnant again. (Season 6 episode And Maggie Makes Three) Bart makes several calls while researching which direction toilets drain. (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia) Lisa looks up the number for Dr. Hibbert. (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter)
    • Thesaurus
      • Generic thesaurus that Homer gives Bart at the party they throw for him for getting a hundred on a test. (Season 16 Sleeping with the Enemy)
    • What Would Jesus View?
      • Rod and Todd Flanders' church's movie guide, by Michael Medved. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • Who Wants To Be a Brazillionaire?
      • Book Lisa reads on flight to Brazil. (Season 13 episode Blame it on Lisa)
    • Who's Who Among American Elementary School Students
      • Book, a scam aimed at parents to pay $95 to have their kids included, which Lisa points out to Marge, but Marge doesn't seem to get it. She rewards the children by taking them to the Family Fun Center amusement park. (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
    • Yu-Gi-Oh! Price Guides
      • Book Bart finds at Springfield Public Library. (Season 15 episode Margical History Tour)
  • Bookstores
    • Adult Books
      • Generic adult bookstore in the vision Ned has when movie star Sara Sloane asks him to move to Hollywood with her. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • The Android's Dungeon & Baseball Card Shop
      • Local collectibles shop in Springfield selling Radioactive Man issue #1. (Season 2 episode Three Men and a Comic Book) Bart asks if his Itchy & Scratchy animation cel is worth anything. It isn't. (Season 5 episode Lady Bouvier's Lover) Bart buys the new Mad Magazine Special Edition that only comes out 15 times a year. (Season 7 episode Team Homer)
    • Around The World News
      • Newsstand at Springfield Mall. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F)
    • Bookaccino's
      • Bookstore that Marge and the kids visit. "We do not accept Bookaccino's gift certificates" (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Books Inc.
      • Bookstore around the corner from the Aztec Theater where Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie is playing. (Season 4 episode Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie)
    • Books! Books! And Additional Books!
      • Bookstore where Homer and Marge go to get a romantic book. "Today's special: Michener $1.99/Lb." (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
    • Bookstore
      • Generic bookstore at Springfield Mall. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Cards (store)
      • Store at Springfield Mall. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Cel-Out
      • Booth featured at the Totally sick, twisted, F***ed-Up Animation Festival, presumably selling animation cels. (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • Frodo's
      • When Dr. Hibbert recommends that Comic Book Guy take a break from running his store on account of his cardiac episode, Comic Book Guy laments that he will lose business to his rival, Frodo's of Shelbyville. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Gospel For Less Christian Bookstore New record added 5/28/2021
      • Homer buys books on the rapture. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • Just Crichton and King
      • Bookstore at the Springfield Airport that only sells books written by Michael Crichton and Stephen King. (Season 9 episode The Joy of Sect)
    • Lotsa Books
      • Bookstore in Springfield. (Season 9 episode The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilans)
    • Newstand
      • Newstand at the Springfield Airport. (Season 9 episode The Joy of Sect)
    • Popular Books
      • Bookstore at Springfield Mall. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Springfield Books
      • Local bookstore featuring Lucy Lawless, TV's Xena, who gets abducted by supervillain The Collector, also known as Comic Book Guy. (Season 11 episode Treehouse of Horror X - segment Desperately Xeeking Xena)
  • Bowling Alleys
    • Barney's Bowlarama
      • Local bowling alley in Springfield mentioned on TV news report: "A fire in Springfield rages through Symphony Hall, The Springfield Museum of Natural History, The Springfield Arts Center and Barney's Bowlarama." (Season 1 episode Moaning Lisa) Homer goes bowling. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer) Homer starts a bowling team, and joins a bowling league. (Season 7 episode Team Homer)
    • Barney's New Bowlarama
      • Marge meets Jacques when she goes bowling out of spite with the bowling ball Homer gave her for her birthday that was actually for himself. (Season 1 episode Life on the Fast Lane) Homer goes bowling with Lenny and Carl. (Season 11 episode Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder) Mr. Burns takes his new girlfriend Gloria bowling. (Season 13 A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love) Reverend Lovejoy opens a temporary church. (Season 14 Pray Anything)
    • Bowlarama
      • Bowling alley where Barney works for his Uncle Al. When Barney gets Homer a job as a pin monkey, Al fired Barney. (Season 6 episode And Maggie Makes Three) Hurricane Barbara carries the Bowlarama away, eventually leaving it teetering precariously on the cliff above the Carter-Dixon Tunnel on the outskirts of Springfield. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)
  • Breakfast Cereal
    • Aerosmith's Sweet Emotions
      • When Marge is in the hospital recovering from her ski trip accident, Homer does the grocery shopping, returning with Maple Soda, a toy plastic phone filled with candy, Astronaut Bread that comes in a tube and Aerosmith's Sweet Emotions breakfast cereal. (Season 11 episode Little Big Mom)
    • Alfalfa-Bits
      • Breakfast cereal sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Bran
      • Breakfast cereal Homer finds in Mr. Burns' pantry - the only thing in there, just boxes and boxes of Bran. (Season 9 episode Trouble with Trillions)
    • Bran Munch
      • Breakfast cereal sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Budget-O's
      • Breakfast cereal that Marge buys to save money. "Great frugal taste" (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
    • Burns O's
      • Cereal brand Mr. Burns asks about at the grocery store after seeing Frosty Krusty O's. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)
    • Chocolate Frosted Frosty Krusty Flakes
      • Bart's breakfast cereal that contains a free glow-in-the-dark police badge, which Homer gets to before Bart. "Only sugar has more sugar" (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Corn Flakes
      • Generic breakfast cereal that Homer prepares when he makes breakfast for Mr. Burns. (Season 7 episode Homer the Smithers)
    • Count Caroba
      • Breakfast cereal sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. Parody of Count Chocula. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Count Fudge-ula
      • Breakfast cereal. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Eclairios Cereal
      • Breakfast cereal filled with sugar that Kent Brockman laments won't be available following the passing of Marge's Law, banning sugar from Springfield. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Fiber Bites
      • Breakfast cereal sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Frosted Krusty Flakes
      • Breakfast cereal advertised on the back cover of Mom Monthly magazine that Marge is reading at grocery store in opening sequence. (Season 1 episode Bart the Genius) Visible on the SImpson's breakfast table. (Season 7 episode Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily)
    • Frosting Gobs
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    • Frosty Krusty Flakes
      • Cereal Bart eats for breakfast. (Season 3 episode Stark Raving Dad) Cereal Lisa eats for breakfast. (Season 8 episode The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochy Show) Breakfast cereal that Homer eats in bed. (Season 10 episode I'm With Cupid)
    • Frosty Krusty-O's
      • Cereal at supermarket when Mr. Burns goes shopping. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa) Homer looks for Waldo on the back of the box. (Season 11 episode Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder) Breakfast cereal on the shelf at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Fun Size Flakes
      • Economy size package of breakfast cereal sold at retail warehouse club Monstro Mart. (Season 5 episode Homer and Apu)
    • Good Old Oats
      • Lisa pranks Homer and Bart, covering them with painted oats, tricking them into thinking they have leprosy to teach them a lesson. (Season 11 episode Little Big Mom)
    • Healthy Charms
      • Breakfast cereal sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Heartland Oatmeal
      • Product being exported to the U.S.A. at the Chinese airport. (Season 16 episode Goo Goo Gai Pan)
    • Honey Oats
      • Breakfast cereal on the shelf at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Jackie-O's
      • Lisa's breakfast cereal. "Free stretch pants inside" (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Jim Jam Cereal
      • Breakfast cereal that Randall Curtis, creator of Star Wars parody Cosmic Wars, gives Bart and Lisa when they break into Cosmic Wars Ranch. "It's just Alpha-Bits with extra J's" Parody of Jar Jar Binks. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • K Kwisp
      • Cereal at supermarket when Mr. Burns goes shopping. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)
    • Kellogg's All-Fudge
      • Breakfast cereal filled with sugar that Kent Brockman laments won't be available following the passing of Marge's Law, banning sugar from Springfield. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Kelp Chex
      • Breakfast cereal in The Simpsons' kitchen cupboard. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Krusty Flakes
      • Krusty branded breakfast cereal.
      • Billboard visible from the Simpsons' house. "It's like eating a birthday cake for breakfast" (Season 16 episode Don't Fear the Roofer)
      • Box Bart eats out of on the couch when he stays home with Marge for Go To Work With Your Parents Day. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • Krusty-O's
      • Bart goes to the hospital after accidentally eating a jagged metal Krusty-O in his cereal bowl. (Season 6 episode Round Springfield) Breakfast on the Simpson kitchen table at Ned Flanders' beach house. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Nature Flakes
      • Breakfast cereal sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Nature Rice
      • Breakfast cereal sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Oatmeal
      • Generically named product, Marge uses the box to build an astronaut helmet in a flashback. (Season 3 episode Separate Vocations)
    • Pearl O's
      • Breakfast Cereal.
    • Penicill-O's
      • Moe's breakfast cereal. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Hell Toupée)
    • Pine Crunch
      • Breakfast cereal sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Raisin Chunks
      • Breakfast cereal sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Stabby-Oh's
      • New Itchy and Scratchy themed breakfast cereal, featuring pink daggers, green hatchets and yellow ice picks. (Season 12 episode Bye, Bye Nerdie)
    • Unfrosted Flakes
      • Breakfast cereal sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Urkel-O's
      • Breakfast cereal that Apu refuses to sell to the Simpsons on account they are currently living in an old house on a reality TV show called The 1895 Challenge. (Season 14 episode Helter Shelter)
    • Veggy Munch
      • Breakfast cereal sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Vitapillars
      • Breakfast cereal in The Simpsons' kitchen cupboard. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Wheat Taste
      • Breakfast cereal sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Wheatees
      • Breakfast cereal from Itchy & Scratchy cartoon. The breakfast of champions. (Season 4 episode Lisa's First Word)
  • Bridges
    • The Crosstown Bridge
      • Gateway to Capital City. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer)
    • Springfield Memorial Bridge
      • Bridge in Springfield where Marge parks in the middle of the road. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Bart's Moon Mansion
      • Bart daydreams about having a party on the moon when he finds Mr. Burns' lost $1000 bill. "It's Bart's moon party from outer space, with R2-D2 playing the bass." (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • The Beatrice Simmons Memorial Dining Hall
      • New room at the Springfield Retirement Castle, paid for with the money she left Abe Simpson in her will. (Season 2 episode Old Money)
    • The Big T Building
      • Building in Springfield. One of the big T's in Springfield shown when the Springfield Cat Burglar reveals that he hid all the money he stole under a big T in Springfield. (Season 5 episode Homer the Vigilante)
    • Burns Manor
      • Mr. Burns' mansion, site of annual company picnic. (Season 1 episode There's No Disgrace Like Home)
    • Carter-Dixon Tunnel
      • Hurricane Barbara carries the Bowlarama away, eventually leaving it teetering precariously on the cliff above the Carter-Dixon Tunnel on the outskirts of Springfield. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)
    • City Hall
      • Building from various episodes.
      • Building in Neuterville, the town in the Danger Dog Easter Special, the animated special shown to the children at Springfield Elementary. (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
      • Chief Wiggum stops the town from paying. "God-Free since '63" (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
    • Clark Building
      • Building in the miniature civilization that lives in Lisa's science project, mentioned by resident Bill Watson when he asks Lisa a question. (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Genesis Tub)
    • Comic Wars Ranch
      • Home and studio of Randall Curtis, creator of Star Wars parody Cosmic Wars, located in Northern California. "Formerly Fresno, California" (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Cultural Centre
      • Building in Australia. "Cart your are on in" (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia)
    • The Denzel Washington Monument
      • Before choosing to visit a dude ranch to escape the song that Homer wrote about Ned Flanders, the Simpsons consider other vacation destinations, including the Denzel Washington Monument, the Wax Museum, a Balloon Ride, Colonial Phoenix and Walter Gropius's Bauhaus Village. (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
    • Dodgers of Foreign Wars
      • Landmark in Toronto, Canada that the Simpsons visit on their trip to Canada to find Bart's girlfriend. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Dr. & Mrs. Dre Hall
      • Lisa's dorm in college (Season 6 episode Lisa's Wedding)
    • Fortress of Choclitude
      • Chocobot headquarters, from The Mattel and Mars Bar Quick Energy Chocobot Hour, the somewhat educational show featuring chocolate robots. (Season 9 episode Girly edition)
    • The Fortress of The Moles
      • When Homer attempts suicide by jumping off of the Springfield State Building, he grabs onto Otto, who happens to be bungie jumping beside him, and they descend through an open manhole in the underworld beneath Springfield, venturing all the way to The Fortress of the Moles, where Hans Moleman is operating the Earthquake Machine. (Season 11 episode Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder)
    • Gorham Building
      • Building mentioned on sign on the window of Teejay's Zaymart in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport. "Dressing rooms across street in Gorham building" (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Hapsburg Imperial Palace
      • Home of the The World Series of Bumper Cars, TV program that Bart and Homer watch when the women travel to Baby Seal Beach to help clean up the oil spill. (Season 8 episode Bart After Dark)
    • House of Pain
      • Lab on the Island of Lost Souls where Dr. Hibbert conducts his human animal hybrid experiments, à la The Island of Dr. Moreau. (Season 14 episode Treehouse of Horror XIII - segment The Island of Dr. Hibbert)
    • IRS Plaza
      • IRS headquarters in Springfield. (Season 7 episode Bart the Fink)
    • Itchy & Scratchy Land Town Hall
      • Building in Itchy & Scratchy Land. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Juvenile Courthouse
      • Bart and Milhouse go to court after stealing Chief Wiggum's police cruiser and crashing at the park. (Season 13 episode The Parent Rap)
    • Municipal Fortress of Vengeance
      • When Lisa Simpson and her Mensa friend, also known as The Council of Alphas, run the town of Springfield after Mayor Quimby abdicates his position, Comic Book Guy renames the courthouse to increase interest in jury duty. (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
    • Old Armory Hall
      • Location of the Springfield Art Fair. (Season 2 episode Brush With Greatness)
    • Parkfield Manor
      • Lisa's future husband Hugh Parkfield's family residence. (Season 6 episode Lisa's Wedding)
    • Pie Cave
      • Pie Man's secret headquarters, also known as the basement. (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
    • The Playdude Treehouse
      • After Bart and Milhouse find Homer's stash of Playdude magazine that Homer threw out because Marge cut out all the nude women, Bart renames his treehouse and throws a party. Also referred to the Playdude Mansion Springfield. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Quantum Tunnel New record added 5/18/2021
      • Local futuristic tunnel in Springfield from Professor Frink's vision of the future. When Homer and Bart come out the other side, Bender from Futurama is with them. (Season 16 episode Future-Drama)
    • Schtickfair
      • Krusty's mansion, put up for auction when the IRS seizes his assets. (Season 7 episode Bart the Fink)
    • Seymour Skinner Parking Annex
      • Bart talks Lisa into playing a prank on Principal Skinner on Seymour Skinner Day, a holiday in his honor when the Seymour Skinner Parking Annex is dedicated. (Season 14 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
    • Six Toe County Courthouse
      • The Simpsons are arrested for killing a famous local alligator in Florida. (Season 11 episode Kill the Alligator and Run)
    • Spellympic Village
      • Home of the Spellympics, where Lisa competes in a spelling competition. "A Place for Dorks" (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • Springfield Armory
      • Location of the rockets send to destoy Bart's Comet. (Season 6 episode Bart's Comet)
    • Springfield Community Center
      • Local community center in Sprinfield, from various episodes.
      • Tonight: Brad Goodman. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child)
      • Today: Senior Citizens Swing Dance. Tomorrow: Cat Spay-A-Thon. (Season 5 episode Lady Bouvier's Lover)
      • Tonight: Mayoral Debates. Tomorrow: Mass Wedding of Cult Members. (Season 6 episode Sideshow Bob Roberts)
      • Location of the Candy Convention and the Candy-shaped Rat Poison Convention. (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
      • Location of the Regional ACE Awards, with host Dick Cavett. (Season 6 episode Homie the Clown)
      • Abe Simpson goes to driving school to get his driver's license back. (Season 13 episode The Old Man and the Key)
      • When Krusty runs for Congress, he reaches out to the Latino community. (Season 14 episode Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington)
    • Springfield County Court House
      • Court house in downtown Springfield.
      • Convinced the rapture is coming, Homer walks around downtown Springfield wearing a "The End is Near" sign. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
      • Location of Bart Simpsons's murder trial. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Springfield Dump
      • Local dump in Springfield, from various episodes.
      • While finally getting rid of the family Christmas tree at the Springfield dump, Homer finds a box with what looks like a picture of his face on it. After taking the box to a restaurant called The Happy Sumo, he learns that it is a Japanese dish detergent product called Mr. Sparkle, from the sacred forest of Hokkaido - a region renowned for its countless soap factories - that banishes dirt to the land of wind and ghosts. (Season 8 episode In Marge We Trust)
      • Site of showdown between Bart and Groundskeeper Willy. (Season 9 episode Girly edition)
      • Homer runs for Sanitation Commissioner. (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
      • Homer dumps his carnival candy sugar ball. "Not affiliated with the Springfield Marriott" (Season 15 The Fat and the Furriest)
    • Springfield Hall Of Records
      • Government building in Springfield where Lisa researches the results of the mayoral election that Sideshow Bob won. "Not the good kind of records, historical ones" (Season 6 episode Sideshow Bob Roberts) Homer visits to straighten out his faked death. (Season 7 episode Mother Simpson) Lisa mentions that the Hall of Records was mysteriously blown away in 1978. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)
    • Springfield Municipal Building
      • Building in Springfield, where the Springfield Birdwatching Society meets. (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
    • Springfield State Building
      • Simpson version of the Empire State Building where Homer goes to commit suicide. (Season 11 episode Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder)
    • Springfield Town Hall
      • Building in Springfield, from various episodes.
      • Building where the residents of Springfield debate legalized gambling. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
      • Location of town meeting, called to discuss how to spend Mr. Burns' money. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
      • Legal investigation of Sideshow Bob and the results of the mayoral election. (Season 6 episode Sideshow Bob Roberts)
      • The townspeople debate what to do about the comet. (Season 6 episode Bart's Comet)
      • The town debates how to make Springfield a more popular tourist attraction. (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
      • When Lisa Simpson and her Mensa friend, a.k.a. The Council of Alphas, run the town of Springfield after Mayor Quimby abdicates his position, they set up their headquarters in the Town Hall. (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
      • The residents of Springfield discuss the Springfield Riot. (Season 13 Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge)
      • When Krusty runs for Congress, he debates his opponent at Springfield Town Hall. (Season 14 episode Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington)
      • Using a magic stopwatch, Bart and Milhouse change the message on the sign out front from: "Tonight's Topic: Recent Strange Events" to "Never Eat Greens", "TV Teens Get Acne" and "Gent's Rear: Ten Cents" (Season 15 episode Treehouse of Horror XIV - segment Stop the World I Want to Goof Off)
      • The residents of Springfield discuss the disastrous Roofi concert. (Season 15 episode Marge Versus Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays)
      • Tonight: The Dalai Lama "Free Tibet" And free T-shirts to first hundred fans (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
      • A media circus surrounds Springfield Town Hall when Mayor Joe Quimby's sex scandal breaks and 27 different women file paternity suits against him. (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
      • The townspeople meet to brainstorm ideas to bring tourist back to Springfield after the Soft News Network's wide-eyed wanderer Howell Huser gives Springfield the lowest rating he's ever given a city - a six out of ten stars. (Season 16 episode There's Something About Marrying)
    • Springfield Trade Center
      • Skyscraper in Springfield, home of the Millionaires Club. (Season 3 episode Homer at the Bat)
    • Warren Harding Memorial Through-hole New record added 5/24/2021
      • Homer drives the residents of Springfield to Springfield Mesa, 15 miles north, past the the Warren Harding Memorial Through-hole, to be saved during the rapture. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • Wigsphere
      • What used to be the Sunsphere at the Knoxville World's Fair back in 1982. Now filled with 16,000 boxes of unsold wigs. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • The Winifred Beecher Howe Memorial
      • While in Washington D.C. for the Patriots Of Tomorrow Essay Contest, Lisa visits the Winifred Beecher Howe Memorial, a statue dedicated to an early crusader for women's rights that led the Floor Mop Rebellion of 1910, and had her face on a 75 cent piece coin. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
    • World's Largest Toilet
      • Highway roadside attraction the Simpsons pass on their way home from Bloodbath (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)Gulch.
  • Bus Lines
    • First Class Bus Lines
      • The Simpsons travel to Toronto for Bart to find his girlfriend. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Sit n' Stare Bus Lines
      • Bus the Simpsons take to New York City. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
    • Suck-U-Bus Line
      • Homer leaves Marge after seeing her kissing her ex-boyfriend Artie Ziff. He and Lenny ride the Suck-U-Bus Line to West Springfield, which Lisa observes is three times the size of Texas. The pair go to work in the West Springfield oil patch. Homer's family finds him when he gets a library card in and checks out ten books on oil rigging and one book called Dying for Dummies. (Season 13 episode Half-Decent Proposal)
  • Butcher Shops
    • Discount Meat Hut
      • Butcher shop next door to The Family Jewels, the jewelry store where Principal Skinner buys engagement ring for Patty. (Season 2 episode Principal Charming)
    • Fatty Meats
      • Butcher shop in Springfield's Ethnic Town neighborhood. (Season 13 episode Treehouse of Horror XII - segment Hex and the City)
    • The Jerky Hut
      • Store at Springfield Mall. (Season 1 episode Life on the Fast Lane) Store at Springfield Mall, sandwiched in between two Starbucks. (Season 9 episode Simpson Tide)
    • Meat For You
      • Company name on the truck that gets filled with chunks of raw meat from the cows that "graduated from Bovine University" in the educational film Meat and You: Partners in Freedom, hosted by Troy McClure, shown to the children of Springfield Elementary. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian)
    • Ren's Meats
      • Store at the mall when Homer hoes to the Hair Clinic. (Season 2 episode Simpson and Delilah)
    • Tannen's Fatty Meats
      • Butcher shop on the lower east side of Springfield, from Krusty's childhood flashback story. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Ye Olde Butcher Shoppe
      • Local store where Santa's Little Helper and his new girlfriend go looking for handouts. (Season 6 episode Two Dozen and One Greyhounds)
  • Cafes and Delis
    • Age Of Heros
      • Sandwich shop at the Springfield Museum of Natural History. (Season 2 episode Lisa's Substitute)
    • Apple Biscuit Cafe
      • Cafe mentioned by man reading book on public television telethon the Simpsons watch on TV: At the Apple Biscuit Cafe where the smiles are free, don't you know Sven Inqvist studied the menu. Finally, he ordered the same thing he has every day. (Season 5 episode Marge on the Lam)
    • Cafe
      • Generically named cafe in Australia. (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia) Menu items at "Cafe”, the restaurant at Efcot Center, parody of Disney World's Epcot Center, include "La Pizza”, "Der Hamburger” and "Señor Grilled Cheese”. Marge Simpson: "Wow, the restaurant is so international.” (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • Cafe Kafka
      • The Cafe Kafka coffee shop on the Springfield University campus features Hegel's Bagels. "Tonight: Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky" (Season 14 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
    • Capital City Deli
      • Deli in Capital City, near the Palace Theater, featuring the brand new multimillion dollar musical Stop the Planet of the Apes, I want to Get Off! starring Troy McClure. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • The Casbah Cafe
      • Restaurant in Capital City. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer)
    • Deli
      • Generic deli in the background as Mr. Burns and Smithers walk down the street. (Season 15 episode Fraudcast News)
    • FŪD
      • Cafeteria at Swedish furniture store and IKEA parody SHØP. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Food Cafe
      • Restaurant in the background when Marge suggests the town spend Mr. Burns' money on fixing up Main Street. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
    • Greaser's Cafe
      • 50's style restaurant in Springfield. "Remember the 50's? Remember television, Coca-Cola and Dick Clark? Come join me, Wolfguy Jack at Greaser's Cafe." (Season 11 episode Take My Wife, Sleaze)
    • Hard Luck Cafe
      • Restaurant near Dexter Colt's office, the private investigator that Moe recommends to Homer to find out more about Lisa, the guy that Moe uses whenever he's gotta know something about a broad. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Hollywood Cafe
      • When big time Hollywood movie makers arrive in Springfield to film the Radioactive Man movie, Springfield Café changes its name to Hollywood Café. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Monorail Cafe
      • Closed cafe in North Haverbrook, where Marge goes to find out the truth about Lyle Lanley and his monorail business. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
    • Mother Hubbard's Sandwich Cupboard
      • No description available
    • Pope of Sandwich Village New record added 5/24/2021
      • Sandwich shop in Heaven. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • Sha-Boom Ka-Boom! Cafe
      • Cafe seen on John's killer tour of Springfield. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • Springfield Café
      • When big time Hollywood movie makers arrive in Springfield to film the Radioactive Man movie, Springfield Café changes its name to Hollywood Café. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Spurlock's Cafeteria
      • Restaurant Homer suggests when Marge mentions going out somewhere nice where she can where her new Chanel suit. (Season 7 episode Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield)
  • Candy and Sweets
    • 77-X-42
      • Candy product, a super sour lemon ball that Professor Frank creates that is so sour it can only be safely contained in a magnetic field. (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
    • A-OK
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Amazonkers New record added 5/18/2021
      • Springfield Elementary installs new Scammer & Z-Dog vending machines - the same marketing team behind Hip-Hopsicles "The urban popsicle", featuring Scarf-ables products, including Krishna Krisps, Amazonkers, Lollapalollipops, Dalai Lamanade, Choco-Nards and Everlasting Copkillaz. Lisa reads the ingredient list for Krishna Krisps: "Hydrogenated petroleum oil, monosodium poisonate, partially de-weaponized plutonium" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • America's Choice Apple Pie
      • Product being exported to the U.S.A. at the Chinese airport. (Season 16 episode Goo Goo Gai Pan)
    • B.C. Donuts
      • Donuts sold at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 10 episodes Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Hell Toupée, I'm With Cupid, Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin', Season 12 episode A Tale of Two Springfields)
    • Big Chew
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Big Red Snack Foam
      • Snack product filled with sugar that Kent Brockman laments won't be available following the passing of Marge's Law, banning sugar from Springfield. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Bite 'Ems
      • Snack product filled with sugar that Kent Brockman laments won't be available following the passing of Marge's Law, banning sugar from Springfield. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Bitter Sweeties
      • English candy that sends Bart and Lisa into a candy fever dream. (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • Bristol's Toffee
      • Candy that Mr. Burns requests from the candy machine: "I'll take two pounds of Bristol's toffee - oh, and don't wrap it too tightly, I'm hungry now!" (Season 11 episode Homer vs. Dignity)
    • Buggin Ballz New record added 5/18/2021
      • Springfield Elementary installs new Scammer & Z-Dog vending machines - the same marketing team behind Hip-Hopsicles "The urban popsicle", featuring Scarf-ables products, including Krishna Krisps, Amazonkers, Lollapalollipops, Dalai Lamanade, Choco-Nards and Everlasting Copkillaz. Lisa reads the ingredient list for Krishna Krisps: "Hydrogenated petroleum oil, monosodium poisonate, partially de-weaponized plutonium" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Cake
      • Generic product on shelf at CostMo Foods grocery store. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • Candy Burritos
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Candy Milk
      • Candy sold at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Caramel Paste
      • English candy that sends Bart and Lisa into a candy fever dream. (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • Cheezy!
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Cherry!
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Chew 'Ems
      • Snack product filled with sugar that Kent Brockman laments won't be available following the passing of Marge's Law, banning sugar from Springfield. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Choco Chunks
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Choco-Nards New record added 5/18/2021
      • Springfield Elementary installs new Scammer & Z-Dog vending machines - the same marketing team behind Hip-Hopsicles "The urban popsicle", featuring Scarf-ables products, including Krishna Krisps, Amazonkers, Lollapalollipops, Dalai Lamanade, Choco-Nards and Everlasting Copkillaz. Lisa reads the ingredient list for Krishna Krisps: "Hydrogenated petroleum oil, monosodium poisonate, partially de-weaponized plutonium" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Chocolate Frog
      • English candy that sends Bart and Lisa into a candy fever dream, inspired by Harry Potter. (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • Clown Party Brand Marshmallows
      • Brand of marshmallows at the Simpson house that Marge brings out when the family drinks hot chocolate. (Season 7 episode Marge Be Not Proud)
    • Cocoa
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Crackly Cremes
      • Snack product on the shelf at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Crazy Eggs
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Cyber Fudge
      • When the manager of the Native American casino Caesar's Pow-Wow shows Bart a vision of his future, Homer and Marge are seen eating virtual fudge. (Season 11 episode Bart to the Future)
    • Dug Out
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Eat 'Ems
      • Snack product filled with sugar that Kent Brockman laments won't be available following the passing of Marge's Law, banning sugar from Springfield. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Everlasting Copkillaz New record added 5/18/2021
      • Springfield Elementary installs new Scammer & Z-Dog vending machines - the same marketing team behind Hip-Hopsicles "The urban popsicle", featuring Scarf-ables products, including Krishna Krisps, Amazonkers, Lollapalollipops, Dalai Lamanade, Choco-Nards and Everlasting Copkillaz. Lisa reads the ingredient list for Krishna Krisps: "Hydrogenated petroleum oil, monosodium poisonate, partially de-weaponized plutonium" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Fire
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Good
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Good Patty
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Grandma Plopwell's Pudding
      • The low-fat pudding that's approved for sale by the government. "Our hyper-sugar gives you 300% of your minimum daily sweetness requirement." Sponsor of the gross-out How Low Will You Go? contest that Homer enters to try to win a trip to Maui. (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
    • Gummy Pie
      • Snack product on the shelf at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Hot Star
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • JoyJoy
      • Bag of marzipanjoyjoys that the foreign exchange student offers Milhouse on the school bus. Mit iodine. (Season 5 episode Treehouse of Horror IV - Segment Terror at 5 1/2 Feet)
    • Ka-Bam!
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Krusty Clump Bar With Almonds
      • According to Homer, they hid tickets to the Candy Industry Trade Show in every millionth Krusty Klump Bar and Krusty Klump Bar with Almonds. (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
    • Li'l Biggies
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Li'l Fatso Cupcakes
      • Ovenfresh Industries sponsors the Oven Fresh Bakeoff contest, brought to you by the Ovenfresh Flour family of products, including Li'l Fatso Cupcakes, Drizzlers Gravies, American Pride Radar-Guided Missile Systems and Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Li'l Sweetheart Cupcakes
      • A subsidiary of ILG, the chemical company and sponsor of It's a Krusty Kinda Christmas! TV special. (Season 7 episode Marge Be Not Proud)
    • Lollapalollipops New record added 5/18/2021
      • Springfield Elementary installs new Scammer & Z-Dog vending machines - the same marketing team behind Hip-Hopsicles "The urban popsicle", featuring Scarf-ables products, including Krishna Krisps, Amazonkers, Lollapalollipops, Dalai Lamanade, Choco-Nards and Everlasting Copkillaz. Lisa reads the ingredient list for Krishna Krisps: "Hydrogenated petroleum oil, monosodium poisonate, partially de-weaponized plutonium" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Meat Treats
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Mood Lollipops
      • Booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo. "Every lick reveals your mood" (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Nougatto
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Nutto
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Oven-fresh Donuts
      • Donuts that Apu ordered to sell at Kwik-E-Mart that may have brought the invasive Bolivian Tree Lizard with them. "Producto de Bolivia" (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
    • P.C. Donuts
      • Donuts sold at the Li'l Valu-Mart in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Pop Rox
      • Candy product, parody of Pop Rocks. Homer escapes from the Candy Industry Trade Show by making a bomb out of Buzz Cola and Pop Rox. (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
    • Pow!
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Scum Drops
      • Fake candy Homer mentions when Marge talks about candy for Valentine's Day - scum drops instead of gum drops. (Season 9 episode The Principal and the Pauper)
    • Spotso
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Strawberrito
      • Product Apu suggests when Homer comes into Kwik-E-Mart looking for "something in an after dinner burrito". "Real fruit filling" & "Artificially flavored" (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • Stycky Candy
      • Candy that Homer feeds to Rod and Todd when he babysits them. (Season 12 episode Children of a Lesser Clod)
    • Sugar Soy
      • Snack product on the shelf at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Sugar, Free Donuts
      • Snack product on the shelf at Kwik-E-Mart, which Marge first mistakes for sugar free donuts - but it's sugar with free donuts. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Sugared Milk Chuds
      • Snack product filled with sugar that Kent Brockman laments won't be available following the passing of Marge's Law, banning sugar from Springfield. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Sweet Tooth
      • Candy that Bart and Milhouse chew in their all-syrup super squishie induced Broadway adventure. (Season 5 episode Boy Scouts N the Hood)
    • Sweeties
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Tastee!
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Tasty Cigars
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Virtual Fudge
      • When the manager of the Native American casino Caesar's Pow-Wow shows Bart a vision of his future, Homer and Marge are seen eating virtual fudge. (Season 11 episode Bart to the Future)
    • Yummy
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Yummy Donuts
      • Donut brand on the Simpsons breakfast table. (Season 1 episode Some Enchanted Evening)
  • Candy Bars
    • Ah Fudge! Candy Bar
      • Simple chocolate candy bar, with packaging reminiscent of the Hershey milk chocolate bar. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer) Product on the shelf at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Bloc Milk
      • Candy bar for sale on the counter at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 2 episode Principal Charming)
    • Krusty Bar
      • Candy bar that Moe gives Bart at Moe's Tavern after Bart sings and dances on the bar. (Season 3 episode Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk) Boxes in the Kwik-E-Mart store room. (Season 7 episode Much App About Nothing)
    • Krusty Klump Bar
      • According to Homer, they hid tickets to the Candy Industry Trade Show in every millionth Krusty Klump Bar and Krusty Klump Bar with Almonds. (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
    • Nut-nutt
      • Nelson's father tells him that he didn't mean to leave him, he accidentally ate a candy bar with peanuts in it and had an allergic reaction. (Season 16 Sleeping with the Enemy)
    • Oh Henry VIII
      • English candy that sends Bart and Lisa into a candy fever dream. (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • Spot O Choc
      • English candy that sends Bart and Lisa into a candy fever dream. (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • Vengelerstrasse Bar
      • Candy that the foreign exchange student offers Milhouse on the school bus. (Season 5 episode Treehouse of Horror IV - Segment Terror at 5 1/2 Feet)
  • Candy Stores
    • Baron Von's Munch House
      • Company that Apu pays to encase him in chocolate and deliver him to Manjula. (Season 10 episode I'm With Cupid)
    • Big Sue's Tap Water Taffy
      • Store in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport that Marge mentions to Lisa, king where she wants to show off new hip togs. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Call Me Delish-mael Taffy Shop
      • Taffy shop shaped like a ship. (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Candy Most Dandy
      • Candy store. (Season 1 episode The Telltale Head) Candy shop in the background when Kodos and Kang enslave the residents of Springfield. (Season 3 episode Treehouse of Horror II)
    • Gum For Less
      • Store next to Lionel Hutz's office. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets Hit by a Car) Sign at Springfield Mall: "Coming soon - Gum for Less" (Season 3 episode When Flanders Failed) Seen in the background in various episodes (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job, Season 7 episode The Day the Violence Died, Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Springfield Candy New record added 5/18/2021
      • Store at Springfield Mall, visible in the background during the Li'l Starmaker auditions. (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
    • Ye Olde Chocolate Shoppe
      • Candy store in The Land of Chocolate, the magical realm that Homer daydreams about when he's meeting with the new German owners of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant and one of them calls Germany the Land of Chocolate. (Season 3 episode Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk)
  • Car Dealerships
    • Armistead's Mopeds
      • Moped dealer in the neighborhood where Homer moves in with two gay guys. (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • Bob's RV Round-Up
      • Bart and Lisa try to return the RV that Homer buys with Marge's nest egg. (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
    • Boris' Car Loft
      • After being fired from the power plant, Homer gets a job selling cars. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Cowboy Bob's RV Roundup
      • An RV dealership in Springfield.
    • Crazy Vaclav's Place Of Automobiles
      • Car dealership where Homer shops for a new car. (Season 4 episode Mr. Plow)
    • Elec-Taurus Electric Car Company
      • No description available
    • Kliff's Kar Chalet
      • Car dealership where the Simpsons buy a new car. (Season 9 episode Miracle on Evergreen Terrace)
    • The O.K. Car-ral
      • Homer cashes in his 401k to buy a Canyonero SUV after seeing Krusty's, which later turns out to be an F Series, the feminine model. (Season 10 episode Marge Simpson in Screaming Yellow Honkers)
    • Springfield Bentley
      • By taking a new car for a test drive at the Springfield Bentley car dealership, Homer gets a gift certificate for a three-hour getaway to The Mingled Waters Health Spa. (Season 7 episode Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily)
    • Vicious Cycle Racing Bikes
      • Homer buys Bart a new bike after Dr. Hibbert runs over his old one. (Season 15 episode I, Annoyed Grunt-Bot)
    • Volkswagen World
      • The children of Springfield Elementary are playing Punch Buggy when the school bus passes a Volkswagen dealership on their field trip to Capital City. (Season 14 episode Bart vs. Lisa vs. The Third Grade)
  • Car Products
    • Mobilier
      • Product featured on TV infomercial I Can't Believe They Invented It! A chandelier for your car. (Season 4 episode Marge in Chains)
    • Navitron Auto-Drive System
      • Auto-pilot system that drives trucks for truckers, a secret that Homer stumbles onto, and then blabs about. (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
  • Carnivals and Circuses
    • Colonel Texs Travelling Carnival
      • No description available
    • Save Our Park Charity Carnival
      • The Simpsons visit Springfield Park to find it has gone downhill. Marge suggests a carnival to save the park, but there's already one in progress. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Springfield Elementary School Carnival
      • "The Happiest Place on Earth" (Season 4 Lisa the Beauty Queen)
    • The Cirque de Purée
      • French Canadian circus that comes to Springfield, also known as "The Eighty Dollar Circus". Marge calls it, "A circus full of whimsy and wonder". (Season 12 episode Skinner's Sense of Snow)
  • Casinos
    • Bart's Casino
      • Casino Bart opens in his treehouse after gambling is legalized in Springfield, and Bart gets kicked out of Mr. Burns' Casino. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
    • Brittania
      • Casino proposal presented to - and declined by - Mr. Burns. Gambling with the glitz and glamour of the British Isles. Best of all, the waitresses and showgirls are all real Brits. Fresh from the streets of Sussex, they are. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
    • Caesar's Pow Wow Casino
      • After being turned away from Larva Lake, The Simpsons stumble on a Native American casino. "Now appearing: Carrot Scalp" (Season 11 episode Bart to the Future)
    • The Copper Slipper
      • Casino featuring performer Tom Jones. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
    • Dupes
      • Las Vegas casino, from Homer and Ned's gambling trip. Nudes on break! (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • Golddiggers
      • Las Vegas casino, from Homer and Ned's gambling trip. Loosest craps in town (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • Lucky Casino
      • 
Las Vegas casino, from Homer and Ned's gambling trip. (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • The Lucky Savage
      • Homer builds a casino on the South Pacific island of Microatia where he's supposed to be doing missionary work when he runs away from OBS. (Season 11 episode Missionary: Impossible)
    • Mr. Burns' Casino
      • Casino that Mr. Burns builds after gambling is legalized in Springfield. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling) also known as The Monty Burns Casino. Springfield casino demolished to make way for a casino themed family hotel. (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • Nero's Palace
      • Las Vegas casino where Homer and Ned stay during their gambling trip. (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • Newark Newark
      • Las Vegas casino, from Homer and Ned's gambling trip. Parody of New York New York casino. Presents: Legends of Cleavage (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • Peacock
      • Las Vegas casino, from Homer and Ned's gambling trip. (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • Plato's Republic Casino
      • Otto drives the residents of Springfield Retirement Castle to a casino. "The Golden Age of Gambling." (Season 2 episode Old Money) Casino next door to the wedding chapel where Homer and Marge got married in a flashback scene. (Season 8 episode A Milhouse Divided)
    • Quicksands
      • Las Vegas casino, from Homer and Ned's gambling trip, featuring the Satin Knights singing The Moody Blues, with opening act: The Moody Blues. (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • Rivera's
      • Las Vegas casino, from Homer and Ned's gambling trip. Featuring a theatrical production called Okla-Homo! (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • Safari Casino
      • Las Vegas casino, from Homer and Ned's gambling trip, featuring daredevil Lance Murdock in a production called Lance Murdock's Suicycle. (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • Snowshoe Casino
      • Las Vegas casino, from Homer and Ned's gambling trip, featuring the Arctic Circle Showroom, currently presenting a theatrical production called Klon-Dykes! (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • Vegas Town Casino
      • Casino where Mr. Burns sends Nessie the Loch Ness monster to work. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Woodstock
      • Casino proposal presented to - and declined by - Mr. Burns. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
  • Catalogs
    • 101 Frozen Pops
      • Monthly catalog of the Springfield Sperm Bank. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • The Bowl Earth Catalog
      • Bowling ball catalog that Homer reads. (Season 1 episode The Telltale Head)
    • Covet House Catalog
      • Catalog Bart orders stuff from using his new MoneyBank charge card. (Season 8 episode The Canine Mutiny)
    • Funzo Accessory Catalog
      • Catalog of Funzo-themed merchandise. Funzo, as in the soft and cuddly toy with lots of firepower made by Kid First Industries. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)
    • Montgomery Warden
      • Catalog Homer peruses in prison after becoming a snitch for Mr. Burns. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
  • Catering Services
    • Joe's Catering
      • Food truck outside the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant during both the 1988 strike scene from Homer's story, and the current strike. (Season 4 episode Last Exit to Springfield)
  • Cemeteries and Graveyards
    • Court of Honor
      • Exclusive cemetery at Sales from the Crypt funeral home, featuring a Weeping Widow service, a crying woman for rent. (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
    • The Graveyard of The Future
      • Graveyard in Homer's fantasy about his future death. (Season 2 episode Wizard of Evergreen Terrace)
    • Springfield Cemetery
      • Local cemetery in Springfield. (Season 2 episode Treehouse of Horror, Season 3 Treehouse of Horror II, Season 6 episode Round Springfield)
      • Cemetery in Springfield where Homer was supposed to be buried when he faked his own death. (Season 7 episode Mother Simpson)
      • Homer, Lenny and Carl dress up in white suits, complete with top hat and tails, and go to the cemetery to dance on Mr. Burns' grave after they believe he was killed in the Geezer Rock incident. Mr. Burns meets them there. (Season 15 episode Fraudcast News)
      • When the neighborhood protests construction of a stamp museum, the decision is made to build it on the site of Springfield Cemetery, and relocate the cemetery to the Simpsons' neighborhood. (Season 17 episode The Girl Who Slept Too Little)
    • Springfield Children's Cemetery
      • Homer and Marge take the kids to the doctor for shot day. Dr. Hibbert tells Bart to look out the window, it'll make him feel better. What's out there is Springfield Children's Cemetery. (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
  • Charities
    • The 27th Annual Krusty The Clown Telethon For Motion Sickness
      • Krusty's telethon, where Sideshow Bob shows up for a reunion. (Season 3 episode Black Widower)
    • Bibles For Belgians
      • When Ned Flanders makes a half court shot and wins $50,000, he donates the check to Bibles for Belgians, for which he is awarded a $100,000 check. (Season 14 Pray Anything)
    • Domiciles For The Destitute
      • The Simpsons version of Habitats for the Homeless. Lisa's choice for father/duaghter day - building houses with ex-presidents. (Season 14 episode Large Marge)
    • Friends of The Library
      • Local organization in Springfield. (Season 9 episode Realty Bites)
    • Helter Shelter
      • Homeless shelter in Springfield. Father Hames Helter, Founder. (Season 5 episode Homer Loves Flanders)
    • Krusty's Kanned Food Drive
      • Krusty sponsors a food drive. (Season 7 episode Sideshow Bob's Last Gleamings)
    • Out With Gout '88
      • Telethon Troy McClure mentions: Hi, I'm Troy McClure. You might remember me from such telethons as 'Out with Gout '88 and 'Let's Save Tony Orlando's House. (Season 5 episode Marge on the Lam)
    • Release The Hounds
      • Homer says that Mr. Burns releases the hounds on every charity that comes to his door - Feed the Children, Save the Whales, even Release the Hounds. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)
    • Rescue Mission
      • Homeless shelter where Bart finds his Thanksgiving dinner. (Season 2 episode Bart vs. Thanksgiving)
    • Springfield Men's Shelter
      • Organization giving away 60 soiled mattresses that Homer finds in the Free section of the daily newspaper. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child)
  • Chemical Companies
    • The Pharm Team
      • Makers of Focusyn, the drug Bart takes for his ADD. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Pharm-er John's Pharmaceuticals
      • Marge and Lisa demand answers about the cost of prescription drugs from Pharm-er John's Pharmaceuticals. They are shown a film made by Pharm-er John's Productions. (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
  • Childcare Services
    • Ayn Rand School For Tots
      • Daycare where Marge leaves Maggie while acting in a play. (Season 4 episode A Streetcar Named Marge)
    • Daycare Center
      • Business shown polluting the town of Springfield. (Season 13 episode Brawl in the Family)
    • Itchy & Scratchy Child Care Center
      • Daycare at Itchy & Scratchy Land where Homer and Marge leave Maggie. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Lullabuy$
      • Baby store where Barney works, dressing up like a baby out front. (Season 4 episode Mr. Plow)
    • Rubber Baby Buggy Bumper Babysitting Service
      • Service Marge calls to watch the kids when Homer makes reservations at Chez Paree and the Off-Ramp Inn. (Season 1 episode Some Enchanted Evening)
    • Springfield Baby-proofing
      • Expensive company that inspires Homer to create his own baby-proofing business. (Season 12 episode Bye, Bye Nerdie)
    • Stonecutter's Daycare Center
      • Daycare center that Homer creates after becoming leader of the Stonecutters. (Season 6 episode Homer the Great)
    • Uncle Homer's Day Care Center
      • Homer opens a day care center. (Season 12 episode Children of a Lesser Clod)
    • Wee Care
      • Homer starts a baby-proofing business. (Season 12 episode Bye, Bye Nerdie)
  • Chips and Crackers
    • Apple Snacks
      • Snack food product sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an 'A')
    • Bar-B-Q Chips
      • One of several fatty deep-fried, heavily-salted snacks Marge warns Homer about that he munches on while watching football. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek) Snack product Chief Wiggum eats. "Heavily Salted" (Season 4 Lisa the Beauty Queen)
    • Chee-tos Crunchy
      • Snack product that Bart eats while watching Comic Book Guy's secret stash of bootleg videos. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Cheese Bits
      • Snack food Homer and Mojo eat. (Season 9 episode Girly edition)
    • Chintzy-pop Popcorn
      • Chief Wiggum's and Milhouse's father's favorite popcorn. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • Chip-hops New record added 5/18/2021
      • Springfield Elementary installs new Scammer & Z-Dog vending machines - the same marketing team behind Hip-Hopsicles "The urban popsicle", featuring Scarf-ables products, including Krishna Krisps, Amazonkers, Lollapalollipops, Dalai Lamanade, Choco-Nards and Everlasting Copkillaz. Lisa reads the ingredient list for Krishna Krisps: "Hydrogenated petroleum oil, monosodium poisonate, partially de-weaponized plutonium" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Chippos
      • Snack food product sold at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 4 episode Whacking Day) Snack food Homer eats watching Saturday morning TV. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors) Snack wrapper found near Milhouse. (Season 9 episode Das Bus) Bag in Homer's desk drawer at work. (Season 9 episode Lost Our Lisa) Snack product in Apu's basket as he acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in to Kwik-E-Mart with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever) Snack food that Buck McCoy lassos for Bart. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Chips
      • Carl's lunch includes a snack size bag of "Chips". (Season 12 episode HOMR) When Homer kills the crows' enemy - Marge's scarecrow, the crows do Homer's bidding, which is bring him a bag of chips and a copy of Playdude magazine. (Season 3 episode Weekend at Burnsie's)
    • Corn Chips
      • Generic potato chip product that Bart puts in the cart at CostMo Foods grocery store. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • Even Bigger Chips
      • Economy size package of potato chips sold at retail warehouse club Monstro Mart. (Season 5 episode Homer and Apu)
    • Extra Fancy Potato Chips
      • Potato chips that Mr. Burns eats in the bathtub. (Season 5 episode Burns' Heir) Snack product Barney smuggled in the Navy submarine's torpedo tube. (Season 9 episode Simpson Tide) Homer gets high ands eats chips while Lisa plays her saxophone. (Season 3 episode Weekend at Burnsie's)
    • Fujikawa Rice Crackers
      • The Simpsons stumble on Woody Allen filming a commercial. "Only Fujikawa Rice Crackers make your interiors go bananas." (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Krishna Krisps New record added 5/18/2021
      • Springfield Elementary installs new Scammer & Z-Dog vending machines - the same marketing team behind Hip-Hopsicles "The urban popsicle", featuring Scarf-ables products, including Krishna Krisps, Amazonkers, Lollapalollipops, Dalai Lamanade, Choco-Nards and Everlasting Copkillaz. Lisa reads the ingredient list for Krishna Krisps: "Hydrogenated petroleum oil, monosodium poisonate, partially de-weaponized plutonium" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Krispy Chips
      • Bag of chips that Santa's Little Helper eats on the living room floor. (Season 2 episode Itchy & Scratchy & Marge)
    • Krunchy Korns
      • One of several fatty deep-fried, heavily-salted snacks Marge warns Homer about that he munches on while watching football. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek) Snack food Homer eats when he reminisces about the good times he's had in the backseat. (Season 3 episode The Otto Show) Snack food Homer's eating when Lisa calls home form military school. (Season 8 episode The Secret World of Lisa Simpson)
    • Krusty Microwavable Popcorn
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    • Pork Rinds
      • One of several fatty deep-fried, heavily-salted snacks Marge warns Homer about that he munches on while watching football. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
    • Pork Rinds Lite
      • Snack food Homer eats in the car out in the parking lot while Bart and Milhouse attend the Spinal Tap concert at Springfield Coliseum. (Season 3 episode The Otto Show)
    • Potato Chips
      • Generic potato chip product.
      • Homer eats. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
      • Trash from shot of crying Native American as the residents of Springfield move the entire town five miles down the road. (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
      • Homer eats on the couch. (Season 11 episode Beyond Blunderdome)
      • Ralph Wiggum arrives at the White House with a keg under one arm and a bag of heavily salted Potato Chips in his mouth. (Season 11 episode Bart to the Future)
      • Sideshow Bob eats a personal size bag while waiting for his revenge. (Season 12 episode Day of the Jackanapes)
      • Homer eats watching Seminoles play football. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • Pretzels
      • Generic snack wrapper found near Milhouse. (Season 9 episode Das Bus)
    • Ritzy Crackers New record added 5/18/2021
      • Simpsons version of Ritz crackers - Bart claims he was going to bring them to his study group but can't now because they got wet due to the leak in the Simpsons' roof. (Season 16 episode Don't Fear the Roofer)
    • Salt Doodles
      • One of several fatty deep-fried, heavily-salted snacks Marge warns Homer about that he munches on while watching football. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek) Snack food Homer eats watching Saturday morning TV. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors) Snack food Homer steals from the faculty talent show at Springfield Elementary. (Season 10 episode Marge Simpson in Screaming Yellow Honkers)
    • Scarf-ables New record added 5/18/2021
      • Springfield Elementary installs new Scammer & Z-Dog vending machines - the same marketing team behind Hip-Hopsicles "The urban popsicle", featuring Scarf-ables products, including Krishna Krisps, Amazonkers, Lollapalollipops, Dalai Lamanade, Choco-Nards and Everlasting Copkillaz. Lisa reads the ingredient list for Krishna Krisps: "Hydrogenated petroleum oil, monosodium poisonate, partially de-weaponized plutonium" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Snorfles Chips
      • Snack food Homer eats in the car out in the parking lot while Bart and Milhouse attend the Spinal Tap concert at Springfield Coliseum. (Season 3 episode The Otto Show)
  • Churches, Religions and Religious Organizations
    • Bed, Bath & Baha'I
      • Church that Lisa passes while out for a walk contemplating her religious views. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • Brotherhood of Jewish Clowns
      • From episode Homer the Heretic.
    • Cathedral Of The Downtown
      • Where Smithers goes to confession, and is prompt arrested. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 2)
    • Christian Relief
      • When Homer runs away from PBS, seeking sanctuary at the church, Reverend Lovejoy sends him off to do missionary work to the island village of Microatia in the South Pacific aboard a Christian Relief plane. (Season 11 episode Missionary: Impossible)
    • The Church of Matri-Money
      • After becoming an ordained minister to perform gay weddings, Homer turns the garage into a church. "Will now marry anything to anything else -- Diaper free for chimp brides" (Season 16 episode There's Something About Marrying)
    • Church of The Latter Day Druids
      • Church that Lisa passes while out for a walk contemplating her religious views. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • ePiscopal Church
      • Homer logs onto ePiscopal.com, the website of the ePiscopal Church online, home of the Internet Divinity School and becomes an ordained minister to perform gay weddings. (Season 16 episode There's Something About Marrying)
    • First A.M.E. Church of Springfield New record added 6/7/2021
      • A more boisterous house of worship that the Hibberts now visit. (Season 17 episode Milhouse of Sand and Fog)
    • First Church of Springfield
      • Local church in Springfield that The Simpsons attend, most of them reluctantly. (Season 1 episode The Telltale Head)
      • "Is God patriotic enough?" (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
      • "Church Pot Luck: What a friend we have in cheese puffs" (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
      • "Rapture threat level: ORANGE" (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
      • "Today: Bobble-head Moses Giveaway" (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
      • "QUIT ST3ALING OUR L3TT3RS" (Season 17 episode Milhouse of Sand and Fog)
    • Movementarianism
      • Evil brainwashing cult whose members are known as Movementarians that recruit the residents of Springfield. (Season 9 episode The Joy of Sect)
    • Presbylutherans
      • The Flanders watch a cartoon called The New Adventures of Gravey and Jobriath at the Totally sick, twisted, F***ed-Up Animation Festival, which Ned assures the boys has been approved by a council of Presbylutheran ministers. (Season 12 episode HOMR)
      • Reverend Lovejoy describes his religion as Presbylutheranism. (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
    • Quantum Presbyterian
      • Homer opens to the door to Kodos and Kang, saying, "Oh great - Mormons." But they're actually Quantum Presbyterians. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Starship Poopers)
    • Rosey Grier's Porta-Chapel
      • Pop-up chapel in the Super Bowl parking lot. The NFL's gotcha covered. (Season 10 episode Sunday Cruddy Sunday)
    • Springfield Buddhist Temple
      • Church that Lisa passes while out for a walk contemplating her religious views, where she meets Richard Gere. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • St Dominic's Cathedral
      • Church in Capital City. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer)
    • St. Pauli Girl's Cathedral
      • Moe invites the people that Homer kicks out of the church to a "church”of his own. (Season 14 Pray Anything)
    • Temple Beth Springfield
      • Krusty's father, Rabbi Hyman krustofski's Jewish temple. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • The Western Branch Of American Reform Presbylutheranism
      • Mentioned by Reverend Lovejoy.
    • Whiskey a God God
      • Church that Lisa passes while out for a walk contemplating her religious views. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
  • Cities and Towns
    • Centauri City
      • Episode hosted by aliens Kang and Kodos, live from fabulous Centauri City. (Season 11 episode Treehouse of Horror X)
    • Gangsta City
      • Poochie's home town that he mentions in his introductory rap: "The name's Poochie D, and I rock the telly. I'm half Joe Camel and a third Fonzarelli. I'm the kung-fu hippie from Gangsta City. I'm a rappin' surfer, you the fool I pity." (Season 8 episode The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochy Show)
    • Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport
      • Seaside town, location of Ned Flanders' beach house, where the Simpsons go on vacation. "America's scrod basket" (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • The Lost City of Gold
      • Suggestion for destination that Homer throws out when designated driver Barney drives him and his drunks friends home from Moe's. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
    • Neuterville
      • Town in the Danger Dog Easter Special, the animated special shown to the children at Springfield Elementary. (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
    • Sprynge-Field
      • Middle Ages version of Springfield. First Toil, then the Grave. (Season 9 episode Treehouse of Horror VIII - segment Easy-Bake Coven)
    • Zenith City
      • Radioactive Man's city.
  • Cities and Towns - Joke
    • Blah-Blah Land
      • Joke Lisa makes to Ned Flanders' new movie star girlfriend: Miss Sloane, how are you handling the change from La-La Land to Blah-Blah Land. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Boys Town
      • Joke Dr. Hibbert makes about Bart's evil Siamese twin, they they decided to lock him up in the attic: "Too crazy for boys town, too much a boy for crazy town." (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Thing and I)
    • Chili Town
      • Joke Chief Wiggum makes: That's Simpson. He thinks he's the pope of chili town. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Crazy Town
      • Joke Dr. Hibbert makes about Bart's evil Siamese twin, they they decided to lock him up in the attic: "Too crazy for boys town, too much a boy for crazy town." (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Thing and I)
    • Crud Town
      • Joke Bart makes to Shelbyville punks when they throw a rock into Springfield: That's a crud rock. It belongs in crud town. (Season 6 episode Lemon of Troy)
    • Dullsville
      • Duff finds a new Duff spokesperson to replace Duffman - the Simpsons' dog, Santa's Little Helper. Now known as Suds McDuff. In his first commercial, Suds parties with astronauts on the International Space Station. "Duff - the official beer of NASA... National Association of the Sellers of Alcohol" Astronaut: "Houston, we have a problem. This place is Dullsville." (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
    • Dumbville
      • Joke Wally Kogen makes: If they were electing a president of Dumbville, they'd have to nominate me. (Season 10 episode Sunday Cruddy Sunday)
    • Dumpville
      • When Bart comes clean about the fake man he created for Mrs. Krabappel, the Simpsons come together to compose a letter to give her closure. Homer claims that sensitive love letters are his specialty: Dear baby, Welcome to Dumpville. Population: You. (Season 3 episode Bart the Lover)
    • Flush Town
      • Joke Artie makes when his stuff gets repossessed: "Living in Flush Town, population Artie." (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • Funsville
      • Joke taxi cab driver makes when Abe Simpson tells him to take him somewhere fun. "Next stop: Funsville!" (Season 2 episode Old Money)
    • Hollyweird
      • Alternate name for Hollywood in the vision Ned has when movie star Sara Sloane asks him to move to Hollywood with her. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Orgasmville
      • Joke Moe makes about where he wants to go when he calls for an escort. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Pigtown, USA
      • While discussing ugly people, Carl calls White Castle Pigtown, USA. (Season 11 episode Pygmoelion)
    • Seinfeld
      • New name that Patty and Selma propose for Springfield when the town debates ways to increase tourism. (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
    • Slab City
      • Euphemism Moe uses when Lisa fakes her own death to save a forest. Moe serves Homer beer on the house when Lisa riding the midnight train to slab city. (Season 12 episode Lisa the Tree Hugger)
    • Splitsville
      • Joke TV anchor makes - It's splitsville for Delta Burke and Major Dad. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Squaresville (joke)
      • From joke Ned Flanders' father makes when a young Ned spilled a bottle of ink: Oh, man! Ned spilled ink all over my poems! He's a real flat tire. I mean a cube, man. He's putting us on the train to Squaresville, Mona. (Season 5 episode Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song)
    • Stink Town
      • What Homer calls Springfield on the way to move to Cypress Creek: So long, Stink Town! (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • Tiny Town
      • Nickname that Bart gives Lisa's science project that evolves into a miniature civilization: "It's toilet time for tiny town!" (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Genesis Tub)
  • Cities and Towns - U.S.
    • Arlen, Texas
      • Children's football team Springfield Wildcats plays a team from Arlen, Texas - the town from King of the Hill. (Season 9 episode Bart Star)
    • Badger Falls
      • Small town mentioned by man reading book on public television telethon the Simpsons watch on TV: Well, sir, it has been an uneventful week in Badger Falls where the women are robust, the men are pink-cheeked and the children are pink-cheeked and robust. (Season 5 episode Marge on the Lam)
    • Badwater
      • Town mentioned over the P.A. at the Springfield train station. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Bloodbath Gulch
      • Wild West ghost town that the Simpsons visit. "The friendliest town in the old west." (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Brockway
      • One of the cities where Lyle Lanley sold a monorail, that put them on the map. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
    • Bronson, Missouri
      • Town in Missouri where the Simpsons end up while looking for Branson, Missouri, populated by Charles Bronson look-alikes. (Season 13 episode The Old Man and the Key)
    • Cape Arbuckle
      • According to the sign at Cape Canaveral, before it was known as Cape Kennedy, it was known as Cape Arbuckle. (Season 5 episode Deep Space Homer)
    • Cape Fear
      • One of the relocation options offered to the Simpsons by the Witness Relocation Program. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare)
    • Capital City
      • City near Springfield, from various episodes.
      • Dancin' Homer gets called up to the majors. Home of the Duff Brewery. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer)
      • Boxer Drederick Tatum learned how to fight in the projects of Capital City, and honed his skills while serving time for assault in Springfield Prison. (Season 2 episode Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment)
      • "The Windy Apple" Location of the National Energy Convention where Mr. Burns sends Homer and Mindy. (Season 5 The Last Temptation of Homer)
      • Springfield Elementary school field trip. (Season 14 episode Bart vs. Lisa vs. The Third Grade)
      • Milhouse's mother gets a job in Capital City. (Season 15 episode Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore)
      • Marge's old friend from high school Chloe Talbot invites Lisa to the Women's Conference at the Capital City Convention Center in Capital City. "Sexy Asian Girls Talk About Wage Disparity" (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
    • Dawson's Creek, NC
      • When Lisa Simpson and her Mensa friend, also known as The Council of Alphas, run the town of Springfield after Mayor Quimby abdicates his position, Springfield moves up to #299 on the list of America's most livable cities. Other cities mentioned include: #296 Flint, MI. #297 Ebola, RI. #298 Dawson's Creek, NC. #300 East St. Louis, IL.
    • Ebola, RI
      • When Lisa Simpson and her Mensa friend, also known as The Council of Alphas, run the town of Springfield after Mayor Quimby abdicates his position, Springfield moves up to #299 on the list of America's most livable cities. Other cities mentioned include: #296 Flint, MI. #297 Ebola, RI. #298 Dawson's Creek, NC. #300 East St. Louis, IL.
    • Flushing Meadows
      • Bus destination Homer spots - and daydreams about - when he has to go to the bathroom in New York City after drinking too much crab juice. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
    • Hair City, Utah
      • Homer sends money off to the Hair Clinic in Hair City, Utah, for a breakthrough hair growth potion. For your free Dimoxinil brochure (The new miracle breakthrough in hair regrowth), send $5 to 485 Hair Plaza, Hair City, Utah. (Season 2 episode Simpson and Delilah)
    • Hickton
      • Where Cletus tells the police he spotted Homer and Mr. Burns' girlfriend Gloria. (Season 13 A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love)
    • Hitler City, North Carolina
      • Original name of Charlotte, according to Mayor Quimby. (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
    • Humbleton, PA New record added 5/28/2021
      • Ned Flanders decides to leave Springfield and move to Humbleton, PA, "Home of the Humble Figurines". (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Liberty-ville
      • After a photograph of Bart mooning the American flag goes viral, America turns on the Simpsons, and then Springfield, so the city decides to change it's name to Liberty-ville. "Where everything costs $17.76" (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
    • Littleneck Falls
      • Location of Marge's great aunt Gladys' funeral. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • Moosejaw
      • The Springfield Isotopes are threatening to move to Moosejaw. (Season 10 episode Wild Barts Can't Be Broken)
    • Morganville
      • What they used to call Shelbyville, according to Abe Simpson. (Season 4 episode Last Exit to Springfield)
    • New Horrorfield
      • One of the relocation options offered to the Simpsons by the Witness Relocation Program. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare)
    • New Sodom
      • Where the settlers from Maryland led by Jebediah Springfield were originally headed. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Iconoclast)
    • New Springfield
      • Disgruntled by the new area code, Homer convinces half the town to break away from Springfield and become a town of its own called New Springfield, leaving the original Springfield to become Olde Springfield. (Season 12 episode A Tale of Two Springfields)
    • North Haverbrook
      • City located 63 miles from Springfield. (Season 4 episode Marge in Chains) One of the cities where Lyle Lanley sold a monorail, that put them on the map. When Marge visits, she finds out the truth, that the monorail broke the town. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
    • Ogdenville
      • One of the cities where Lyle Lanley sold a monorail, that put them on the map. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail) After Abe breaks their TV, the Simpsons drive to Appliance Zone at the Ogdenville Outlet Mall in Ogdenville. (Season 7 episode Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield)
    • Old Springfield
      • Disgruntled by the new area code, Homer convinces half the town to break away from Springfield and become a town of its own called New Springfield, leaving the original Springfield to become Olde Springfield. Homer calls it Olds Snubfield, and Sun City. (Season 12 episode A Tale of Two Springfields)
    • Pine Corners
      • Town mentioned in movie cowboy Buck McCoy's comedy sketch on the Krusty the Clown show: "We don't take kindly to tranvestite chimpanzees here in Pine Corners." (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Proctorville, Iowa
      • City in Iowa, home of the National Testing Center, where the Career Aptitude Normalizing Test results are taken. (Season 3 episode Separate Vocations)
    • Riverdale
      • After Bart is thrown out of a car onto the Simpsons' front yard by the Republican Party, Homer is thrown out of a car filled with Archie and his friends from Archie comics, with instructions to "Stay out of Riverdale!" (Season 6 episode Sideshow Bob Roberts)
    • Screamville
      • One of the relocation options offered to the Simpsons by the FBI's Witness Relocation Program. Homer mishears the option as Ice Creamville. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare)
    • Shelbyville
      • Springfield's rival town, from various episodes.
      • Punks from Shelbyville steal Springfield's lemon tree. (Season 6 episode Lemon of Troy)
      • Homer uses a dry cleaner in Shelbyville because he doesn't want the local dry cleaners to know his size. (Season 14 episode Brake My Wife, Please)
      • Marge demonstrates the way she was taught to walk while attending Camp Land-A-Man as a child. Marge: I used to walk like this all the time, until my tendon napped. They heard it in Shelbyville. (Season 15 episode The Way We Weren't)
      • Homer mentions a famous two-headed goat that was born in Shelbyville. (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
      • The Simpsons visit the Shelbyville Merchandise Mile shopping center and the famous Shelbyville Theater District. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
      • Homer writes Lisa a song about Springfield for the Li'l Starmaker auditions at The Toothless Elephant Piano Store at Springfield Mall. Afterwards, he admits that he wrote it about Shelbyville, and then changed the names. (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
    • Springfield
      • The Simpsons' home town.
      • "Birthplace of the Beatles" (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
      • After the Duff Book of World Records declares Springfield the most overweight city in America, The Mayor declares Springfield Fat City, USA. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
      • The wildest town in the whole damn world, according to Mick Jagger. (Season 14 episode How I Spent My Strummer Vacation)
      • Named "
America's crud bucket", according to Newsweek, according to Marge. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
      • Mayor Quimby: Springfield - A place where everyone can marry. Even dudes. We're just off Route 202. Do not take the Jefferson Avenue exit. For god's sake, do not take that exit. (Season 16 episode There's Something About Marrying)
      • The first city in America to abandon the metric system. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
      • Mayor Quimby suggests changing Springfield's name to escape the town's creditors. Suggestions include Lima, Peru, Gotham City, Wiggumville and Burger King. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • St. Joe
      • 
Wild West ghost town Bloodbath Gulch was founded by prostitutes in 1849 and serviced by prostitute express riders who could bring in a fresh prostitute from St. Joe in three days, Bloodbath Gulch quickly became known as a place where a trailhead could spend a month's pay in three minutes. (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Stenchburg
      • Marge tells Lisa when her family first came to their state, they chose Springfield over Stenchburg, because of Jebediah Springfield. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Iconoclast)
    • Terror Lake
      • One of the relocation options offered to the Simpsons by the Witness Relocation Program, the option that the Simpsons choose. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare)
    • Waynesport
      • Town where Mr. Burns and Smithers train breaks down, and Mr. Burns' son Larry works at a souvenir stand. (Season 8 episode Burns, Baby Burns) Children's football team Springfield Wildcats plays a team from Waynesport. (Season 9 episode Bart Star)
    • Weevilville
      • Town the owner of Lucky's Records mentions when he hears Lurleen's song, where his brother owns a radio station. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
    • West Springfield
      • Homer leaves Marge after seeing her kissing her ex-boyfriend Artie Ziff. He and Lenny ride the Suck-U-Bus Line to West Springfield, which Lisa observes is three times the size of Texas. The pair go to work in the West Springfield oil patch. Homer's family finds him when he gets a library card in and checks out ten books on oil rigging and one book called Dying for Dummies. (Season 13 episode Half-Decent Proposal)
  • Classes
    • Advanced Peek-a-boo
      • Class featured at the exclusive Wickerbottom's Pre-Nursery School. (Season 15 episode Smart & Smarter)
    • Anthro 101: Passive Analysis of Visual Iconography
      • Class at Springfield University. "All you do is watch Itchy and Scratchy cartoons" (Season 14 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
    • Coping With Senility
      • Jasper Beardly says he's supposed to attend the Microwave Cookery class, but he's actually there for Coping with senility. (Season 4 episode Duffless)
    • Create An Online Kennel
      • Class available at the Springfield Extension School. (Season 14 episode C.E. D'oh)
    • Daddy and Me Swimming Class
      • Homer and Maggie attend the "Daddy and Me Swimming Class" at the Springfield YMCA. "No Stepfathers" (Season 11 episode Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder)
    • Escaping The Limo, Prof. Keith Richards
      • Music class at The Rolling Stones' Rock n' Roll Fantasy Camp. (Season 14 episode How I Spent My Strummer Vacation)
    • Family Skills
      • Court ordered class that Homer and Marge attend when the kids are taken away by the child welfare department and handed over to the Flanders as foster children. (Season 7 episode Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily)
    • Femistry New record added 5/18/2021
      • In Professor Frink's vision of the future, Yale has finally forbidden men from taking science. Lisa contemplates majoring in Femistry and Galgebra. (Season 16 episode Future-Drama)
    • First Communion 101 New record added 5/28/2021
      • Father Sean's class at St. Jerome's Catholic School. (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
    • Freeing The Artist Within
      • 

Art class that Marge teaches at Waterville State Penitentiary. (Season 12 episode Pokey Mom)
    • Funk-dancing For Self Defense
      • Class that Moe teaches at the Adult Education Annex. (Season 5 episode Secrets of a Successful Marriage)
    • Galgebra New record added 5/18/2021
      • In Professor Frink's vision of the future, Yale has finally forbidden men from taking science. Lisa contemplates majoring in Femistry and Galgebra. (Season 16 episode Future-Drama)
    • Gender Issues In Sport
      • P.E. class available at Springfield Elementary for students to sign up. (Season 6 episode Homer vs. Patty and Selma)
    • Got Your Nose and Other Lies
      • Class featured at the exclusive Wickerbottom's Pre-Nursery School. (Season 15 episode Smart.
    • How To Chew Tobacco
      • Class that Lenny teaches at the Adult Education Annex. (Season 5 episode Secrets of a Successful Marriage)
    • How To Make Friends
      • Comic Book Guy meets Agnes Skinner while attending a class on how to make friends at the Springfield Adult Center. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Intro To Guitar Slinging with Brian Setzer
      • Music class at The Rolling Stones' Rock n' Roll Fantasy Camp. (Season 14 episode How I Spent My Strummer Vacation)
    • Lap Running
      • P.E. class available at Springfield Elementary for students to sign up. (Season 6 episode Homer vs. Patty and Selma)
    • The Leg Up Program
      • Bart's new remedial class at Cypress Creek Elementary School. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • Lyric Workshop with Tom Petty
      • Music class at The Rolling Stones' Rock n' Roll Fantasy Camp. (Season 14 episode How I Spent My Strummer Vacation)
    • Microwave Cookery
      • Jasper Beardly says he's supposed to attend the Microwave Cookery class, but he's actually there for Coping with senility. (Season 4 episode Duffless)
    • Nuclear Physics 101
      • After the Nuclear Inspection Van raids the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, Homer's job and the future of his family hinges on his successful completion of Nuclear Physics 101. (Season 5 episode Homer Goes to College)
    • Orange Eating
      • Class Hans Moleman teaches at the Adult Education Annex. (Season 5 episode Secrets of a Successful Marriage)
    • Releasing Your Inner Screenplay
      • Class available at the Springfield Extension School. (Season 14 episode C.E. D'oh)
    • Remedial Science 1A
      • Class Homer flunked in high school, and therefore didn't actually graduate. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • Secrets Of A Successful Marriage
      • Class that Homer teaches at the Adult Education Annex. (Season 5 episode Secrets of a Successful Marriage)
    • Strip For Your Wife
      • Homer attends classes Strip for your Wife and Successmanship 101 at the Springfield Extension School. "Find the answers to your problems at Springfield Extension School" (Season 14 episode C.E. D'oh)
    • Successmanship 101
      • Stark Richdale's class at the Springfield Extension School where he teaches Megatronics. (Season 14 episode C.E. D'oh)
    • Tethered Swimming
      • P.E. class available at Springfield Elementary for students to sign up. (Season 6 episode Homer vs. Patty and Selma)
    • Turn A Man Into Putty In Your Hands
      • Class that Patty and Selma teach at the Adult Education Annex. (Season 5 episode Secrets of a Successful Marriage)
  • Classes, Measurements and Types
    • 10-33
      • Trucker code for "Actual bear in air." (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • 10-34
      • Trucker code for "Can't unchain wallet." (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • 10-35
      • Trucker code for "Hot enough for ya?" (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • 10-36
      • Trucker code for "Ghost truck on the highway." (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • 10-37
      • Trucker code for "Ask me about my grandchildren." (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • 10-38
      • Trucker code for "Outsider blabbing about auto-drive system." (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • 10-39
      • Trucker code for "I love you. Gay..." the rest is not visible.(Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • 10-40
      • Trucker code for "Taxes due." (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • Smarch
      • The 13th month, which Marge mentions when telling the kids the story of Groundskeeper Willie's death, which happened on "the 13th hour of the 13th day of the 13th month". (Season 7 episode Treehouse of Horror VI - Nightmare on Evergreen Terrace)
    • Space Years
      • Increment of time in space that Lisa mentions in her good night story to Rod and Todd Flanders when she babysits them, about robot brothers Rod and Todd. (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter)
  • Cleaning Products
    • Bubble Off
      • Cleaning product Homer uses when he cleans the basement, parody of Scrubbing Bubbles. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets an Elephant)
    • Burly Paper Towels
      • Marge puts away the groceries - Fruit roll ups for Bart, Beer roll ups for Home, Chili and Burly paper towels: "Putting away groceries is like opening presents from yourself." (Season 13 episode The Blunder Years)
    • Cleanser
      • Cleaning product with a knight on the label that Homer uses when he cleans the basement. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets an Elephant)
    • Country Mourn
      • Funeral home Sales from the Crypt has all the leading brands of anti-stink spray - Country Mourn, Mrs. Rotwell's and Stank Off! (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
    • Lemon Time
      • Dishwashing liquid sample Marge gets in the mail, and Homer drinks. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
    • Mr. Cleanser
      • Cleaning product Homer uses when he cleans the basement, parody of Mr. Clean. Warning: Use only in a well-ventilated area. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets an Elephant)
    • Mr. Sparkle
      • While finally getting rid of the family Christmas tree at the Springfield dump, Homer finds a box with what looks like a picture of his face on it. After taking the box to a restaurant called The Happy Sumo, he learns that it is a Japanese dish detergent product called Mr. Sparkle, from the sacred forest of Hokkaido - a region renowned for its countless soap factories - that banishes dirt to the land of wind and ghosts. (Season 8 episode In Marge We Trust) Cleaning product in the Simpson's closet. (Season 11 episode Days of Wine and D'oh'ses)
    • Mrs. Rotwell's
      • Funeral home Sales from the Crypt has all the leading brands of anti-stink spray - Country Mourn, Mrs. Rotwell's and Stank Off! (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
    • Silver Polish
      • Generic polish that Marge uses on Homer's jaw wires when his mouth is wired shut after running into a statue of Drederick Tatum. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Spiffy Cleaner
      • The 21st century stain remover, invented by Dr. Nick Riviera, featured on the TV show I Can't Believe They Invented It! (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder) Cleaning product in the Simpson's closet. (Season 11 episode Days of Wine and D'oh'ses)
    • Stank Off!
      • Funeral home Sales from the Crypt has all the leading brands of anti-stink spray - Country Mourn, Mrs. Rotwell's and Stank Off! (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
    • Sudz
      • Laundry detergent in My Funny Family, the 5 minute pilot video that Homer makes that eventually leads to The Simpsons TV show. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Terrapin Wax
      • Cleaning product with a turtle on the label that Homer uses when he cleans the basement. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets an Elephant)
  • Clothing and Accessories
    • Assassins
      • Homer's new sneakers, which Santa's Little Helper destroys. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F) Booth at the Springfield Shoe Expo. (Season 14 episode Large Marge)
    • Ayatollah Assaholla
      • Homer's old T-shirt that Marge finds in the attic and sells at the Evergreen Terrace Rummage Sale. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors)
    • Bart Simpson Coonskin Cap
      • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Bart Simpson Ring
      • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Bart Simpson Straw Hat
      • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Bart Simpson Sweater
      • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous)
    • Bart Simpson T-shirt
      • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Bart Simpson Wristwatch
      • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Beer Goggles
      • Product sold at Duff Gardens. See the world through the eyes of a drunk. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • Block-o-Shirt
      • Episode Hungry Hungry Homer.
    • Classy Lassy
      • T-shirt Cletus holds up for Brandine. (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield)
    • CyberShorts
      • Lisa's Wired magazine cover story: "CyberShorts: Virtually Wedgieproof?" (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Drederick Tatum Footwear
      • Booth at the Springfield Shoe Expo. (Season 14 episode Large Marge)
    • Fat Tony's Cement Shoes
      • Fat Tony's booth at the Springfield Shoe Expo. "The last shoes you'll ever need" (Season 14 episode Large Marge)
    • Flaming Moe's Apparel
      • Moe sells T-shirts from a section in the bar called, Flaming Moe's Boutique, including a T-shirt that Bart wears that reads, I got toasted at Flaming Moe's. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Helmet Of Evil Thoughts
      • While playing Space Patrol, Lisa - as rocket pilot Lissouie - releases Bart - as evil robot Bartron - from his Helmet of Evil Thoughts with her enchanted space wand. (Season 7 episode The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular! - The Tracey Ullman Show clip)
    • Invisibility Cloak
      • Cloak that Milhouse demonstrates at the Spellzapoppin' Magic Recital at Springwart's School of Magicry on Halloween Night. (Season 13 episode Treehouse of Horror XII - segment Wiz Kids)
    • The Keds Are All Right
      • Booth at the Springfield Shoe Expo. (Season 14 episode Large Marge)
    • Krusty's The Kure
      • Ball cap Krusty gives Bart when he thinks he's dying. (Season 14 episode Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington)
    • Let's Make a Heel
      • Booth at the Springfield Shoe Expo. (Season 14 episode Large Marge)
    • L'il Hooker
      • Lisa peruses the L'il Hooker girls clothing line at Costington's. (Season 15 The Wandering Juvie)
    • Ronex Watch
      • Rolex knock-off watch brand.Ring toss attendant at Colonel Tex's Traveling Carnival: "Win a genuine Ronex watch just like a real moogie star!" (Season 9 episode Bart Carny)
    • Shoes For Jesus
      • Ned's booth at the Springfield Shoe Expo. (Season 14 episode Large Marge)
    • The Smapron
      • 
Combination apron/smock being unveiled at the Springfield Apron Expo. (Season 12 episode Pokey Mom)
    • Smart Sox
      • Product sold at Sportacus, sporting goods store in Springfield. (Season 9 episode Bart Star)
    • Springfield Galoshes
      • Shoe product manufactured in Springfield, as seen in the News On Parade Corporation News feature on Springfield, a city on the grow. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
    • T-shirt: ADULTS SUCK, THEN YOU ARE ONE
      • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50% cotton, 100% awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: AMERICA'S LEAST WANTED
      • One of the new fun shirts Bart sells in conjunction with his new business partner, Goose's Gags and Gifts. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-Shirt: Bat Out of Salzburg
      • T-shirt for sale from Marge's telling of Mozart at the library. (Season 15 episode Margical History Tour)
    • T-shirt: BODY BY OREO
      • One of the fun shirts that Bart sells at his Fun Shirts booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: BORED IN THE USA
      • One of the fun shirts that Bart sells at his Fun Shirts booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: DO NOT RESUSCITATE
      • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: DON'T BLAME ME I VOTED FOR SCOOBY DOO
      • One of the fun shirts that Bart sells at his Fun Shirts booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: DON'T WAKE ME I'M WORKING
      • One of Bart's fun shirts that Homer wears at work - and gets him fired by Mr. Burns. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: GET BENT
      • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: GLACIERS SUCK
      • Nelson's line of clothing - for the field trip to Springfield Glacier, he wears his "GLACIERS SUCK" T-shirt. (Season 16 episode On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister)
    • T-shirt: Good Grief, Man
      • Bart says that he realized the show as a success when a kid Apparently there were several made, as Fox had an endless supply of clever slogans. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • T-shirt: Homer Is a Dope
      • Souvenir T-shirt sold near the gathering in the woods where Homer reports seeing an alien. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • T-shirt: Homer Was Right
      • Souvenir T-shirt sold near the gathering in the woods where Homer reports seeing an alien. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • T-shirt: I Didn't Do It
      • Unsold shirts from when Bart got famous are visible in the Simpsons' attic. (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Thing and I)
    • T-shirt: I HEART ATTACKS
      • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: I Heart Southpaws
      • T-Shirt Ned sells in the Leftorium. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • T-shirt: I Saw $1000
      • Bart creates a museum in his treehouse to show off his $1000 bill, complete with gift shop selling T-shirts and Bartforum magazine. (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • T-Shirt: I Survived The Springfield Riot
      • A man sells "I Survived the Springfield Riot" T-shirts the day after the Springfield Riot, but he himself does not survive, as he is crushed by the statue of Jebediah Springfield. (Season 13 Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge)
    • T-shirt: I Survived Timmy O'Toole Getting Trapped In A Well
      • T-shirt sold near the well where Bart tricked the town into thinking a little boy is trapped. (Season 3 episode Radio Bart)
    • T-shirt: IF YOU CAN READ THIS THE BACKPACK FELL OFF
      • One of the fun shirts that Bart sells at his Fun Shirts booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: IMPEACH EVERYBODY
      • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: I'M NOT FAT, I'M ENORMOUS
      • One of Bart's fun shirts that Comic Book Guy brings to Goose's Gags and Gifts for Bart to sign. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: I'm With Lefty
      • T-Shirt Ned sells in the Leftorium. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • T-shirt: I'VE PUKED MORE BEER THAN YOU'VE DRUNK
      • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: JEWS FOR JEBUS
      • One of the fun shirts that Bart sells at his Fun Shirts booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: Left Handers Rule!
      • T-Shirt Ned sells in the Leftorium. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • T-shirt: Life Begins At Conception, Man
      • Bart says that he realized the show as a success when a kid Apparently there were several made, as Fox had an endless supply of clever slogans. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • T-shirt: LIFE ENDS AT TEN
      • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: MoMB
      • Bart creates a museum in his treehouse to show off his $1000 bill, complete with gift shop selling T-shirts and Bartforum magazine. (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • T-shirt: MY OTHER T-SHIRT IS ALSO A JOKE T-SHIRT
      • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: No Fat Alien Chicks
      • Souvenir T-shirt sold near the gathering in the woods where Homer reports seeing an alien. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • T-shirt: POBODY'S NERFECT, NITHEAD
      • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: PROUD NUBIAN PRINCESS
      • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: RICH BITCH
      • One of Bart's fun shirts that Homer wears at home after being fired from the power plant. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-Shirt: SASSY B*TCH
      • Tank top in the L'il Hooker girls clothing line at Costington's. (Season 15 The Wandering Juvie)
    • T-Shirt: Screw This
      • 
T-shirt with picture of a lightbulb for sale at the gift shop in the Edison Museum. (Season 2 episode Wizard of Evergreen Terrace)
    • T-shirt: STOP STARING AT MY MAN BOOBS
      • One of the fun shirts that Bart sells at his Fun Shirts booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: STOP WORLD HUNGER, EAT MY SHORTS!
      • One of Bart's fun shirts. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: THINK GLOBALLY FART LOCALLY
      • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: TOP OF THE DUDE CHAIN
      • One of the new fun shirts Bart sells in conjunction with his new business partner, Goose's Gags and Gifts. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: WEAPON OF ASS DESTRUCTION
      • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: WISH YOU WERE BEER
      • One of the new fun shirts Bart sells in conjunction with his new business partner, Goose's Gags and Gifts. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: You Bet Your Sweet Bippy, Man
      • Bart says that he realized the show as a success when a kid Apparently there were several made, as Fox had an endless supply of clever slogans. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Things That Suck Clothing Line
      • Nelson's line of clothing - for the field trip to Springfield Glacier, he wears his "GLACIERS SUCK" T-shirt. (Season 16 episode On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister)
    • Ultimate Belt
      • "Tactical pants retaining system". The utility belt that Comic Book Guy tried to return to the new high tech gadget store at Springfield Mall without a receipt( When the store won't take it, Bart buys it from him for four bucks. Season 8 episode The Homer They Fall)
    • The World's Best Jacket
      • Jacket homer finds at the new high tech gadget store at Springfield Mall. (Season 8 episode The Homer They Fall)
  • Clothing Stores
    • Abercrombie & Rich
      • The Simpsons version of Abercrombie & Fitch, a store at the Springfield Heights Promenade. (Season 15 episode 'Tis the Fifteenth Season)
    • Amalgamated Spats
      • As part of Mr. Burns' aggressive new trading strategy, he wants to take 50% of his money and put it in the following companies: Trans-Atlantic Zeppelin, Amalgamated Spats, Congreves Inflammable Powders, U.S. Hay and Baltimore Opera Hat company. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)
    • Baltimore Opera Hat Company
      • As part of Mr. Burns' aggressive new trading strategy, he wants to take 50% of his money and put it in the following companies: Trans-Atlantic Zeppelin, Amalgamated Spats, Congreves Inflammable Powders, U.S. Hay and Baltimore Opera Hat company. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)
    • Bandanna Republic
      • Clothing store that NSYNC mentions after stopping by the meet the members of the new boy band The Party Posse, because their clothes are getting a little out of date. (Season 12 episode New Kids on the Blecch)
    • Beachwear
      • Store at the Springfield Squidport. (Season 12 episodes The Great Money Caper, New Kids on the Blecch)
    • Big & Tall Men's Shop
      • Clothing store in Springfield. When the captain of the local high school's basketball team walks out, Chief Wiggum shoots him, thinking he's one of the oversized advertising mascots that came to life and was attacking the town. (Season 7 episode Treehouse of Horror VI - segment Attack of the 50 Ft Eyesores)
    • Bootleg T-shirt Emporium
      • Clothing store in Capital City. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer)
    • Botany 5,000,000
      • The episode begins with the classic TV sitcom "starring Kang". Kodos' wardrobe provided by Botany 5,000,000. Audience provided by Slave Colony of Rebulon 7. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV)
    • The Corpulent Cowboy
      • Clothing store where Homer buys a suit made from a space-age fabric developed especially for Elvis - sweat actually cleans the suit. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer) Store in the background during Homer, Seth and Munchie's freak-out drive through Springfield. (Season 10 episode D'oh-In' in the Wind)
    • Davy Jones' Hamper
      • Clothing store at the pier where Homer buys new clothes after escaping from the hospital. (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Dick's Buttons
      • Button store in Springfield that Marge recommends for buttons while the Simpsons are on their family walk. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Dingo Junction
      • Trendy children's fashion store at Springfield Mall. (Season 10 episode Lard of the Dance)
    • Discount Fashion
      • Clothing store in Springfield. (Season 7 episode Homerpalooza)
    • Downtown Wig Center
      • Bart tricks Homer into buying a wig shop coupon instead of tickets to the Pigskin Classic football game. Free wig with every purchase of large wig. (Season 5 episode Homer Loves Flanders)
    • Dress Up Plus
      • Clothing store in Springfield. (Season 9 episode The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilans)
    • The Emperor's Used Clothes
      • Clothing store in New York City. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
    • Fancy Lingerie
      • Store at Springfield Mall. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust, Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Fancy Styles
      • Clothing store at Springfield Mall. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Fine Furs
      • Clothing store in the Mall, from the Itchy and Scratchy cartoon Screams from a Mall. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • Fun Shirts
      • After failing to sell shirts at his Fun Shirts booth the Springfield Novelty Expo, Bart runs into the owner of Goose's Gags and Gifts, who becomes his new business partner. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Girdles N' Such Fancy Lingerie
      • Store at Springfield Mall. (Season 1 episode Life on the Fast Lane). Advertised at Springfield Stadium. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer)
    • Harrisburg coat outlet
      • Store that Homer mentions in his flashback story about his visit to New York City, where he wen to buy an irregular coat. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
    • Heinrich's Monocle Shop
      • Store in Springfield flashback. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling) Store in Springfield. (Season 8 episode Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment) Store in the background during Homer, Seth and Munchie's freak-out drive through Springfield. (Season 10 episode D'oh-In' in the Wind)
    • Knoxville Wig Outlet
      • Store in Knoxville where Bart and friends find out that the World's Fair they came to see was actually back in 1982. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • Krusty and Friends Fun Wear
      • Booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo that sells Krusty Show T-shirts with pictures of Itchy, Scratchy, Poochy, Austin Powers Itchy, Itchy Poochy, Scratchbob Itchpants, Confederate Itchy, and Osama Bin Scratchy. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • L.L. Beanie
      • Clothing store in Krusty's old neighborhood. "Bargain basement for fine yarmulkes" (Season 15 episode Today I am a Clown)
    • Larry's Cane Store
      • Junk mail that Abe Simpson receives. "Run! Don't walk to Larry's Cane Store" (Season 7 episode Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in The Curse of the Flying Hellfish)
    • Lenny Kravitz' Thread Shed
      • Clothing store at The Rolling Stones' Rock n' Roll Fantasy Camp. (Season 14 episode How I Spent My Strummer Vacation)
    • Malaria Zone
      • Upscale chain store at the new Springfield Squidport. "Where all the explorers shop", according to Marge. "Tse Tse fly shirt sale" (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter)
    • Maternity Shop
      • Clothing store in Springfield Mall. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Mr. Blob
      • Homer mentions that Ned doesn't buy his clothes at Mr. Bob. (Season 14 Pray Anything)
    • Mr. Boy For Girls
      • Clothing store that provides the new Springfield Elementary school uniforms. (Season 7 episode Team Homer)
    • Mr. Boy of Main Street
      • Clothing store that provides the new Springfield Elementary school uniforms. (Season 7 episode Team Homer)
    • One Size Fits All Lingerie
      • Lingerie store at Springfield mall.
      • Visible in background at Springfield Mall. (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy)
      • Visible in background at Springfield Mall. (Season 8 episode The Homer They Fall)
      • Visible in background at Springfield Mall. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
      • Visible in background at Springfield Mall during Li'l Starmaker auditions. (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
    • Rich & Tall Men's Store
      • Clothing store at the Shelbyville Merchandise Mile shopping center. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Royal Majesty
      • Clothing store for the obese or gangly gentleman, where Homer's new secretary Carl takes him shopping for a new suit. (Season 2 episode Simpson and Delilah) Advertised at Springfield Stadium. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer)
    • Saks Fifth Grade
      • Lisa goes shopping for an outfit that might make her look thinner after the girls at school make fun of her for having a big butt. "Clothing for Girls", "Restrooms are for purging only" (Season 16 Sleeping with the Enemy)
    • Sandals
      • Shoe store in the background at the Springfield Squidport. (Season 12 episode New Kids on the Blecch)
    • Springfield Costume Shop
      • Costume shop where Homer and Mr. Burns' son Larry hide out from the police. (Season 8 episode Burns, Baby Burns) Store in the background during Homer, Seth and Munchie's freak-out drive through Springfield. (Season 10 episode D'oh-In' in the Wind)
    • Springfield Menswear
      • The radio announcer mentions that it's "Open season on savings at Springfield Menswear". (Season 12 episode Skinner's Sense of Snow)
    • Steppin' Out Fashion Mart
      • Clothing store Appliance Zone at the Ogdenville Outlet Mall in Ogdenville, where Marge buys a Chanel suit. "Browse through our bra barrel!" (Season 7 episode Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield)
    • Suits
      • Clothing store in the Mall, from the Itchy and Scratchy cartoon Screams from a Mall. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • Sweats
      • Clothing store in Springfield Mall. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Teejay's Zaymart
      • Clothing store in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport. "Dressing rooms across street in Gorham building" (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Top It Off
      • Clothing store in Springfield. Visible in the background. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever, Season 16 episode There's Something About Marrying)
    • Toupé Town
      • Store in the background when Marge suggests the town spend Mr. Burns' money on fixing up Main Street. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
    • Turban Outfitters
      • Upscale chain clothing store at the new Springfield Squidport. (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter)
    • The Vast Waistband
      • Clothing store where Homer goes to buy new clothes after gaining 60 lbs to qualify as disabled. He buys a moo moo dress. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • Victor/Victoria's
      • Homer's new gay roommates take him clothes shopping. "An upscale men's clothing store" (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • Victor's Secret
      • Men's clothing store the Springfield Heights Promenade, the rich people's mall in Springfield where Marge buys Homer some underwear. Parody of Victoria's Secret. (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
    • Wee Monsieur
      • Store where Marge takes Bart clothes shopping while Homer and Lisa watch football. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek) Where Lisa takes Nelson to get some new clothes. (Season 8 episode Lisa's Date with Density)
    • The Wooly Bully
      • Jimbo steals Lisa's Malibu Stacy doll the night of the Springfield Riot, leaving behind his hat from Wooly Bully hat store, which is how Homer tracks him down. (Season 13 Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge)
  • Clowns
    • Angry the Clown
      • Krusty the Clown auditions for the part of Krispy the Klown, the main evil clown in the Radioactive Man movie, a role he doesn't get, but he's told he could be up for one of the other evil clowns - Angry the Clown, or Dr. Clowneous. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Bonko The Clown
      • Hack clown that Krusty mentions when his agent suggests opening a clown college. (Season 6 episode Homie the Clown)
    • Dr. Clowneous
      • Krusty the Clown auditions for the part of Krispy the Klown, the main evil clown in the Radioactive Man movie, a role he doesn't get, but he's told he could be up for one of the other evil clowns - Angry the Clown, or Dr. Clowneous. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Hoohah
      • One of the clowns that narrowly escapes from Krusty's clown car that Bart runs over with his stolen tank. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Jitters
      • One of the clowns that narrowly escapes from Krusty's clown car that Bart runs over with his stolen tank. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Kent Brockman The Clown
      • New clown hosting the Krusty the Clown Show when Krusty fails to show up for work after his bender to end all benders. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Krispy the Klown
      • Krusty the Clown auditions for the part of Krispy the Klown, the main evil clown in the Radioactive Man movie, a role he doesn't get, but he's told he could be up for one of the other evil clowns - Angry the Clown, or Dr. Clowneous. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • The Krusty Hotline
      • Phone line advertised on the back of Bart's box of Frosty Krusty Flakes. Kids! Call the Krusty Hotline! Dial 1-909-O-U-KLOWN. (Season 3 episode Stark Raving Dad)
    • Lobsweat
      • One of the clowns that narrowly escapes from Krusty's clown car that Bart runs over with his stolen tank. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Noodles The Clown
      • Clown serving champagne for the grand opening of Fortune Megastore's 112th store, the one in Springfield. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love) One of the clowns that narrowly escapes from Krusty's clown car that Bart runs over with his stolen tank. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Nutsy the Clown
      • The clown that takes Krusty's place when Homer imagines a world without Krusty. (Season 12 episode Day of the Jackanapes)
    • Oopsie
      • One of the clowns that narrowly escapes from Krusty's clown car that Bart runs over with his stolen tank. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Rusty the Clown
      • Discount clown balloon in Springfield's Thanksgiving Day parade, presented by Costington's department store. (Season 11 episode Homer vs. Dignity)
    • Seesaw
      • One of the clowns that narrowly escapes from Krusty's clown car that Bart runs over with his stolen tank. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Sir Widebottom
      • One of the clowns that narrowly escapes from Krusty's clown car that Bart runs over with his stolen tank. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
  • Coffee Shops
    • Coffee Bar
      • Coffee shop from Cypress Creek: A Tale of One City, the film about the town Cypress Creek, a planned community designed for the workers of the Globex Corporation.
    • Coffee House
      • Coffee shop from Cypress Creek: A Tale of One City, the film about the town Cypress Creek, a planned community designed for the workers of the Globex Corporation.
    • Coffee Kart
      • Coffee cart at the new Springfield Squidport. (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter)
    • Coffee Shop
      • Store in the background at the Springfield Squidport. (Season 12 episode New Kids on the Blecch) Generic coffee shop in Krusty's old neighborhood. (Season 15 episode Today I am a Clown)
    • Expensive Coffee in Little Cups
      • Coffee shop in Springfield Mall. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • The Java Server
      • New cyber cafe in Springfield.
GRAND OPENING - wel.com (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Java Shack
      • Coffee shop from Cypress Creek: A Tale of One City, the film about the town Cypress Creek, a planned community designed for the workers of the Globex Corporation.
    • Java The Hut
      • Coffee shop where Krusty meets with Jay Leno, and then the Canyonero guys. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Jittery Joe's Coffee Shop
      • Episode Marge on the Lam.
    • Koffee King
      • Coffee shop in background when Maggie takes the car for a joyride. (Season 4 episode Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie)
    • Shorty's Coffee Shop
      • Diner where Marge meets Jacques for brunch. (Season 1 episode Life on the Fast Lane)
  • Colleges
    • Adult Education Annex
      • Homer teaches a class on marriage. We take the Dolt out of A-Dolt Education (Season 5 episode Secrets of a Successful Marriage)
    • Adult Education Center
      • College where Homer goes to finish work on his high school degree. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • The Correspondence College Of Tampa
      • Bart thinks all of the adults in Springfield are involved with UFOs because a book by the head of the Spaceology Department at the Correspondence College of Tampa. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
    • Dr. and Mrs. Dre Hall
      • Episode Lisa's Wdding.
    • Gudger College
      • Where Kirk Van Houten went to college. (Season 8 episode A Milhouse Divided)
    • Ivy League State
      • Fake college in the role play script Homer writes for Apu and Manjula to help them get pregnant - they play high school students; Apu is a jock and Manjula is a cheerleader. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Springfield A&M
      • Springfield University's rival school. Homer and his new nerd friends steal their pig mascot Sir Oinks-a-Lot as part of a prank Bart comes up with. If you were a student here, you'd be home by now. (Season 5 episode Homer Goes to College) Homer is invited back to his alma mater for Homecoming, featuring the 117th dust-up between the Snorting Swine of Springfield A&M and the Springfield University Nittany Tide. (Season 11 episode Faith Off)
    • Springfield Community College
      • Also known as Springfield Community College Extension Center. School where Marge takes a painting class. "Where old dogs learn new tricks." (Season 2 episode Brush With Greatness)
    • Springfield Extension School
      • Homer attends classes Strip for your Wife and Successmanship 101 at the Springfield Extension School. "Find the answers to your problems at Springfield Extension School" (Season 14 episode C.E. D'oh)
    • Waterville State
      • Marge attempts to get convict Jack Crowley a job at Springfield Elementary, describing his past at Waterville State as a "very small liberal arts college. Very law-abiding. No convicts at all." (Season 12 episode Pokey Mom)
  • Colonies
    • Slave Colony of Rebulon 7
      • The episode begins with the classic TV sitcom "starring Kang". Kodos' wardrobe provided by Botany 5,000,000. Audience provided by Slave Colony of Rebulon 7. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV)
    • Wandering I Nudist Colony
      • The Simpsons visit a dude ranch to escape the song Homer wrote about Ned Flanders. "Formerly Wandering I Nudist Colony" (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
  • Colors
    • Local
      • Howell Huser: Hey, bean sprouts. The name's Howell Huser. I travel the country gawkin' and talkin', and I was hopin' to take in your town.
        Bart Simpson: We can show you around, if you don't mind a heapin' helpin' of local color.
        Howell Huser: Why my favorite color is local.
        (Season 16 episode There's Something About Marrying)
  • Comic Books
    • Angry Dad
      • Inspired by the cartoon Danger Dog, Bart creates his own comic book based on Homer. (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
    • BatBoy
      • Comic book in the new release section at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Batchick
      • Superhero comic book in the new release section at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man) Comic book for sale at Comic Book Guy's booth at the bimonthly Springfield sci-fi convention also known as Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con. (Season 10 episode Mayored to the Mob)
    • Batman and Rhoda
      • Marge cleans out the attic, bringing Bart and Milhouse a box of comic books from the 70's. (Season 15 episode Treehouse of Horror XIV - segment Stop the World I Want to Goof Off)
    • Battle Comics
      • Comic book visible at the comic book convention. (Season 2 episode Three Men and a Comic Book)
    • Biclops
      • Milhouse buys 2,000 copies of the new superhero comic book Biclops from Plan 9 Comics, published by LensCrafters. "A superhero with glasses!" (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)

    • BirdGuy
      • Comic book in the new release section at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Bloodzilla
      • Comic book a kid reads at the Android's Dungeon after Bart and Milhouse take over following Comic Book Guy's cardiac episode. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Bongo
      • Bart and Milhouse try to buy Radioactive Man #1000 from Comic Book Guy, but he won't sell it for less than $25. He also demonstrates how the material of the cover actually dispels liquid, sending it toward lesser comics, which happens to be called Bongo. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Bonnie Crane, Girl Attorney
      • Girl comic book Milhouse's girlfriend Samantha Stanky asks Bart about when Milhouse brings her to his treehouse. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • Bus Man
      • Otto's idea for a comic book, about a dude who drives a school bus by day, but by night, fights vampires in a post-apocalyptic war zone. (Season 2 episode Three Men and a Comic Book)
    • Captain Space
      • Comic book at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
    • Cat Girl
      • Superhero comic book in the new release section at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Cosmic Comics
      • Comic book company booth at the Bi-monthly Science Fiction Convention. (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)
    • Damnation
      • According to Troy McClure, one of the comic books that Matt Groening created before creating The Simpsons. (Season 7 episode The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular!)
    • Danger Cat
      • Inspired by the cartoon Danger Dog, Nelson creates his own comic book. (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
    • Danger Dog
      • Cartoon created by Geoff Jenkins, speaker at Springfield Elementary. (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
    • Danger Dude
      • Inspired by the cartoon Danger Dog, Bart creates his own comic book. (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
    • Daunting Deeds: Alone Against The Dodo King
      • Comic Book Guy offers Lisa a comic book. "It also includes a Young David Diligent adventure." (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment Four Beheadings and a Funeral)
    • The Death Of Radioactive Man
      • Comic book Bart reads.
    • The Death Of Sad Sack
      • Comic book that Nelson reads at the Android's Dungeon after Bart and Milhouse take over following Comic Book Guy's cardiac episode. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Death Of... Aquaman
      • No description available
    • Death Of... Casper
      • Fictional comic book about the death of Casper the Friendly Ghost. (Episode Husbands and Knives)
    • DogKid
      • Superhero comic book in the new release section at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Doomed Romance Comics
      • Girl comic that Bart borrows from Lisa for Milhouse's girlfriend Samantha Stanky. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • Dr. Shapiro Vs. Plaque-ula New record added 5/28/2021
      • Comic book Bart got at the denstist. (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
    • Easy To Believe Tales
      • Comic book featuring stories about Jesus that Comic Book Guy makes Bart buy because he smudge them. Bart denies this. (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
    • Eternal Torment
      • Comic book visible at the comic book convention. (Season 2 episode Three Men and a Comic Book)
    • Evel Knievel Jumps The Jackson 5
      • Marge cleans out the attic, bringing Bart and Milhouse a box of comic books from the 70's. (Season 15 episode Treehouse of Horror XIV - segment Stop the World I Want to Goof Off)
    • Everyman
      • Comic books created by Comic Book Guy.
    • Eyeballs
      • Comic book in wall rack in the Android's Dungeon. (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)
    • Fantastic Floor
      • Milhouse: This magazine you sold me isn't Fantastic Four. It's Fantastic Floor. My family can't put in floors - we rent!
    • The Formidable Mulk
      • No description available
    • The Green Listener
      • Superhero comic book that Comic Book Guy makes Bart buy because he smudge them. Bart denies this. (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
    • Hamburglar Adventure Comic
      • Comic book that Milhouse buys for 75 cents at the Android's Dungeon in order to qualify as a paying customer to be able to use the restroom. (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield)
    • The Human Bee
      • Superhero comic book in the new release section at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • I Do Comics
      • Comic book that Comic Book Guy shows Edna Krabappel at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)
    • Iguana Girl
      • Comic book in the new release section at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Itchy and Veronica
      • Comic book Bart reads - Issue #1. (Season 12 episode Lisa the Tree Hugger)
    • Jim
      • Comic book at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
    • Johnny Reb (comic book)
      • According to Troy McClure, one of the comic books that Matt Groening created before creating The Simpsons. (Season 7 episode The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular!)
    • Krusty
      • Comic book in wall rack in the Android's Dungeon. (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)
    • Krusty Burger Comics And Fun Book
      • No description available
    • Lava Lady
      • Comic book in the new release section at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Lil' Jesus
      • No description available
    • Lives of the Saints Comics New record added 5/28/2021
      • Father Sean introduces Bart to Catholic comic books. (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
    • L'il Knee Socks
      • Girl comic book Milhouse's girlfriend Samantha Stanky asks Bart about when Milhouse brings her to his treehouse. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • ManBoy
      • Superhero comic book in the new release section at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Mister Amazing
      • Comic book in the new release section at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Monsters
      • Comic book in wall rack in the Android's Dungeon. (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)
    • Mr. Hop
      • Superhero comic book in the new release section at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Mr. Smart Man
      • Comic book in the new release section at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Nazi Smasher
      • Comic book. When Marge tells Mrs. Glick that Bart is trying to earn money to buy a comic book, Mrs. Glick asks if its Nazi Smasher that he wants. (Season 2 episode Three Men and a Comic Book)
    • Nick
      • Superhero comic book in the new release section at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Plan Nine Comics
      • Milhouse buys 2,000 copies of the new superhero comic book Biclops from Plan 9 Comics, published by LensCrafters. "A superhero with glasses!" (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Poochie
      • Comic book at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Power Person
      • Superhero comic book in the new release section at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Punkin And Dunkin, The Twinkle Twins
      • Girl comic book Milhouse's girlfriend Samantha Stanky asks Bart about when Milhouse brings her to his treehouse. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • Radiation Dude
      • Comic book in the new release section at the Android's Dungeon. According to Bart, a cheap imitation of Radioactive Man. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Radioactive Man
      • Bart reads a Radioactive Man comic book in the bookstore. (Season 16 episode On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister)
    • Radioactive Man (Comic Book)
      • Comic book from multiple episodes. (Season 1 episode Bart the Genius) Bart and his friends chip to buy Radioactive Man issue #1. (Season 2 episode Three Men and a Comic Book) Bart and Milhouse tell Comic Book Guy they've read 814 issues. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man) Bart and Milhouse try to buy issue 1000 from Comic Book Guy, but he won't sell it for less than $25. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Richie Rich: The Poor Little Rich Boy Incorporates in Delaware
      • Comic book that Comic Book Guy makes Bart buy because he smudge them. Bart denies this. (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
    • Rush Comics
      • Comic book in bag on the wall behind the register in the Android's Dungeon. (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
    • She-Hulk Vs. Leon Spinks
      • Stack of comic books that Comic Book Guy throws out. "Worst crossover ever." (Season 11 episode Days of Wine and D'oh'ses)
    • Skull
      • Comic book in wall rack in the Android's Dungeon. (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)
    • Snake Kid
      • Comic book in the new release section at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Space
      • Comic book in bag on the wall behind the register in the Android's Dungeon. (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
    • Star Dog
      • Comic book in the new release section at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Supergirl Vs. The Glass Ceiling
      • Comic book that Comic Book Guy makes Bart buy because he smudge them. Bart denies this. (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
    • Superman Vs. Patty Hearst
      • Marge cleans out the attic, bringing Bart and Milhouse a box of comic books from the 70's. (Season 15 episode Treehouse of Horror XIV - segment Stop the World I Want to Goof Off)
    • Susan B Anthony Man Comic
      • No description available
    • Susan B. Anthony Man
      • When the Simpsons get rich and famous, Lisa buys a first edition of the Susan B. Anthony Man comic book. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Trading Card Comics
      • No description available
    • Tree Man
      • Comic book in the new release section at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Trouble Dog
      • Inspired by the cartoon Danger Dog, Milhouse creates his own comic book. (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
    • True Murder Stories
      • According to Troy McClure, one of the comic books that Matt Groening created before creating The Simpsons. (Season 7 episode The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular!)
    • Vampire Dinosaur
      • Comic book a kid reads at the Android's Dungeon after Bart and Milhouse take over following Comic Book Guy's cardiac episode. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Watchmen Babies In V For Vacation
      • Milhouse wants Alan Moore to sign his copy of the Watchmen Babies in V for Vacation comic book. (Season 19 episode Husbands and Knives)
    • Zebra Girl
      • Comic book Bart tries to buy at the Android's Dungeon with his new MoneyBank charge card. (Season 8 episode The Canine Mutiny) Comic book that Comic Book Guy reads in a portable toilet. (Season 9 episode King of the Hill) Marge cleans out the attic, bringing Bart and Milhouse a box of comic books from the 70's. (Season 15 episode Treehouse of Horror XIV - segment Stop the World I Want to Goof Off)
    • Zillionaire
      • Comic book Bart tries to buy at the Android's Dungeon with his new MoneyBank charge card. (Season 8 episode The Canine Mutiny)
    • Zoidzilla
      • Comic book Bart tries to buy at the Android's Dungeon with his new MoneyBank charge card. (Season 8 episode The Canine Mutiny) Marge cleans out the attic, bringing Bart and Milhouse a box of comic books from the 70's. (Season 15 episode Treehouse of Horror XIV - segment Stop the World I Want to Goof Off)
  • Comic Strips
    • Love is
      • Comic strip Homer mentions about two naked eight year olds who are married. (Season 8 episode A Milhouse Divided)
    • Motoring Ms.Haps
      • Cartoon in Reading Digest, the Simpsons version of Reader's Digest. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
  • Communications Companies
    • Burns Media
      • Mr. Burns buys Channel 6 to change his image. "Still in English" Now "A Division of Burns Media" (Season 15 episode Fraudcast News)
    • Comquaaq
      • The Simpsons' phone company. (Season 13 episode Blame it on Lisa)
    • Niagular
      • Not the Simpsons' phone company. (Season 13 episode Blame it on Lisa)
    • Omni Touch
      • Cell phone company that sponsors the Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit, Lisa's choice for the kids' day with dad. (Season 10 episode Make Room For Lisa) Sponsor advertised on Monkey Olympics, TV show on Fox that Homer watches. (Season 14 Pray Anything)
    • Springfield Bell
      • Local telephone company that has a contest for a new cover photo for the phone book. (Season 11 episode Days of Wine and D'oh'ses) New sponsor of Reverend Lovejoy's church after he agrees to let Mr. Burns to run the church like a business. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • The Telephone Company
      • The Telephone Company divides the town by creating a new area code - New Sprinfield and Olde Springfield. (Season 12 episode A Tale of Two Springfields)
    • Veriqual Cellular
      • Not the Simpsons' phone company. Previously known as Niagular. (Season 13 episode Blame it on Lisa) Homer gets a cell phone from Lindsay Naegle. (Season 14 episode Brake My Wife, Please)
    • Zovuvazz
      • The Simpsons' phone company, previously known as Comquaaq. (Season 13 episode Blame it on Lisa)
  • Competitions
    • Beer-tender of The Year Contest
      • Competition at the Duff Days beer festival, featuring Duffman, fresh from his appearance a the House Subcommittee on Teenage Alcoholism. (Season 11 episode Pygmoelion)
    • Career Aptitude Normalizing Test
      • Also known as CANT. Test given to the students of Springfield Elementary that determines their future careers. Bart = policeman, Lisa = homemaker. (Season 3 episode Separate Vocations)
    • Children's Nuclear Design Contest
      • Children's model-building contest. "Design your own power plant" Homer's new enemy Frank Grimes tricks Homer into entering a children's contest sponsored by Mr. Burns, which he wins. (Season 8 episode Homer's Enemy)
    • Contesto De La Dance
      • Dance contest in the movie Tango de la Muerte that Marge and Lisa watch while Homer gets laser eye surgery at Springfield Mall. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Holiday Sweepstakes
      • The Simpsons version of Publishers Clearing House - Homer gets a later in the mail telling him he may have already won. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
    • How Low Will You Go?
      • Gross-out talent contest in the KBBL parking lot that Homer enters to try to win a trip to Maui, sponsored by Grandma Plopwell's Pudding. (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
    • Ice Sculpture Contest
      • Contest from Poochie's last Itchy & Scratchy episode. (Season 8 episode The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochy Show)
    • Li'l Starmaker New record added 5/18/2021
      • Lisa competes on Krusty's singing competition Li'l Starmaker. "Not affiliated with American Idol, we've never even heard of American Idol." Auditions held at Springfield Mall. "Warning: We're looking for cute not creepy" Homer writes songs for Lisa until she fires him, and he takes on another contestant named Cameron, also known as Johnny Rainbow. The competition takes place at Krustylu Studios. Lisa writes her own song called Always My Dad, so powerful that she makes the Applause-O-Meter cry battery acid. Homer sabotages Cameron by writing the song Privileged Boy. (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
    • National Grammar Rodeo
      • Air-tight and utterly plausible alibi that that Bart creates for him and his friends for use on their parents when they drive across the country, supposedly held at the Sheraton Hotel in Canada. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road) Lisa was named Head Buckaroo, highlighter in Retrospectives, the Springfield Elementary School yearbook. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Oven Fresh Bakeoff
      • Ovenfresh Industries sponsors the Oven Fresh Bakeoff contest at the Springfield Convention Center, brought to you by the Ovenfresh Flour family of products, including Li'l Fatso Cupcakes, Drizzlers Gravies, American Pride Radar-Guided Missile Systems and Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food. The winner becomes the new face of of Auntie Ovenfresh. Marge: Clever presentation is as important as taste. "Warning: First ten rows may get fat" (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Patriots Of Tomorrow Essay Contest
      • Contest sponsored by Reading Digest magazine that Lisa enters. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
    • Place-setting Contest
      • Lisa competes in the Place-setting contest at the Springfield County Fair. (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
    • Spellympics
      • Lisa represents her school at the Spellympics. Also known as the 34th Spellympiad. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • Springfield Demolition Derby
      • When Homer calms down after having his jaw wired shut, Marge gets bored and ends up competing in the Demolition Derby. "As seen in Faces of Death III" (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Springfield Retirement Castle Talent Show
      • Marge calls it the old folks talent show. (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
    • Springfield Soap Box Derby
      • Soap box car race that Bart enters. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • The State Lottery
      • State lottery up to $130 million. "Where everybody wins." (Season 3 episode Dog of Death)
    • Super Barto Jackpot Drawing
      • Lottery Bart holds in the Simpsons basement, using the family's clothes dryer. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
  • Computer Accessories
    • Gamble-Tron 2000
      • Professor Frink's invention, a machine that predicts winning football teams. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
  • Computers and Software
    • E.A.R.L.
      • Electronic Automatic Robotic Lighthouse. Computer program that controls the local lighthouse in Springfield. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Emma
      • Computer at the National Testing Center that processes the Career Aptitude Normalizing Test results. (Season 3 episode Separate Vocations)
    • Frinkiac 7
      • Computer that Professor John Frank invents. (Season 7 episode Much App About Nothing)
    • Info Cram 6000
      • Professor Frink invention, with which you can absorb books instantly by attaching an electrode to the brain pan and another one to the loins. (Season 12 episode Insane Clown Poppy)
    • My 1st Video Editor
      • Software that Lisa uses to help Homer making Ned Flander's dating video after Maude passes away. (Season 11 episode Alone Again, Natura-Diddly)
    • Professor Frink's Virtual Chili
      • Professor Frink offers a virtual chili experience at the Springfield Chili Cook-off. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
  • Concerts
    • The Concert For Planet Hollywood
      • The Rolling Stones headline the Concert for Planet Hollywood at the Springfield Civic Center. (Season 14 episode How I Spent My Strummer Vacation)
    • John Williams Conducts The Music of Itchy & Scratchy
      • Ned takes his new movie star girlfriend to the Springfield Bowl for a John Williams concert. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Mozart's The Musical Fruit
      • SnuffBox: Fops Drop to Mozart. Concert in Marge's telling of Mozart at the library. (Season 15 episode Margical History Tour)
    • Murder 4 Life Benefit
      • Bart sneaks out of the house to attend the Murder 4 Life Benefit all star concert at Springfield Coliseum, featuring rappers Da Glock Pointaz, Romeo Smoov, Queen Booty Shaykah, M.C. Champagne Millionaire and Assault Weapon Magazine's Man of the Year - Alcatraaaz. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • Rolling Stones Steel Wheelchair Tour
      • Episode Lisa's Wdding.
    • The Rolling Stones Steel Wheelchair Tour 2010
      • Future Rolling Stones tour from poster on Lisa's dorm room wall in college. (Season 6 episode Lisa's Wedding)
    • The Rolling Stones: Last Tour Ever '89
      • Homer finds a Concert T-shirt in Marge's memory box. (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • Roofi In Concert
      • Live show at Cletus' farm, featuring Roofi, star of Maggie's favorite TV show. Opening Act: The Teletubbies. (Season 15 episode Marge Versus Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays)
  • Condiments
    • Bar-B-Q Sauce
      • Generic condiment product from Bart and Lisa's script for a new Itchy & Scratchy cartoon: Itchy is a barber, and he pours barbecue sauce on Scratchy's head, followed by a box of flesh-eating ants. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • Big Mayo
      • Economy size package of mayonnaise sold at retail warehouse club Monstro Mart. (Season 5 episode Homer and Apu)
    • Catsup
      • Generic condiment product at the grocery store. Mr. Burns can't decide between Ketchup and Catsup. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)
    • Cheesy Does It
      • Spray can of cheese in Homer's grocery bag that he uses to write a message for Santa's Little Helper to go get help when Maggie gets stuck in a newspaper vending machine - but the dog just eats it. "Follow me to trapped baby" (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield)
    • Dixie Brand Mayonnaise
      • Sponsor of Dick Clark's Springfield Rockin' Eve. "Whoo, Lordy, what a mayonnaise!" (Season 11 episode Treehouse of Horror X - segment Life's a Glitch, Then You Die)
    • Drizzlers Gravies
      • Ovenfresh Industries sponsors the Oven Fresh Bakeoff contest, brought to you by the Ovenfresh Flour family of products, including Li'l Fatso Cupcakes, Drizzlers Gravies, American Pride Radar-Guided Missile Systems and Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • I Can't Believe It's Not Scratchy
      • Butter-type product in the Itchy and Scratchy cartoon shown in the Anthro 101: Passive Analysis of Visual Iconography class on Springfield University. (Season 14 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
    • Ketchup
      • Generic condiment product at the grocery store. Mr. Burns can't decide between Ketchup and Catsup. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)
    • King's Mustard
      • Bart hits mustard packets with a hammer. (Season 4 episode Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie)
    • Krusty Brand Mayonnaise
      • Condiment product recalled due to being tainted that Kent Brockman asks Krusty the Clown about at a press conference. (Season 2 episode Brush With Greatness)
    • Mayo
      • After sneaking into the Flanders house in the middle of the night to steal stuff, Homer makes a sandwich while talking to Ned. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Mayonnaise
      • Generic mayonnaise product Marge uses to make sandwiches (Season 2 episode Treehouse of Horror - segment: Bad Dream House) Homer's Vegas wife Amber makes him a sandwich. (Season 13 episode Brawl in the Family)
    • Mustard
      • Generic condiment Milhouse sprays on a convertible passing under the overpass where he and Bart are hanging out. (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield) Generic mustard that Homer eats on his thawed sink hotdogs that Marge left him. (Season 8 episode A Milhouse Divided)
    • Nutmeg
      • Economy size package of nutmeg sold at retail warehouse club Monstro Mart. (Season 5 episode Homer and Apu)
    • Pancake Syrup
      • Economy size package of syrup sold at retail warehouse club Monstro Mart. (Season 5 episode Homer and Apu)
    • Salt
      • Generic salt product seen in The Nice Man Giveth, the play that the children of Springfield Elementary put on in order to try to get Mr. Burns to donate money to the school. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi) Generic salt product in the candy store where Bart and Milhouse go wild. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Spicy Sauce
      • Condiment product in the Simpson refrigerator when Homer attaches a tent to keep cool in the heat of summer. (Season 6 episode Bart of Darkness)
    • Syrup
      • Generic syrup product. Chief Wiggum eats pancakes at his desk. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
  • Conditions and Diseases
    • Achy-breaky Pelvis
      • Condition that qualifies as a disability in the book Am I Disabled? that Homer reads. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • Amoria Phlebitis
      • Bart fakes an illness to get out of a history test and the school nurse diagnoses him as having Amoria Phlebitis. Symptoms: 1. Sharp stabbing pains in the stomach. 2. Shooting pain in arm. 3. Temporary loss of vision. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets an F)
    • Bonus Eruptus
      • Condition that Dr. Nick mentions to Abe Simpson when he freaks out in the emergency room: "The symptoms you describe point to Bonus Eruptus. It's a terrible disorder where the skeleton tries to leap out of the mouth and escape the body. Our one chance is trans-dental electromicide. I'll need a gold cart motor with 1,000 volt capacitor, stat." (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield)
    • Chester A. Arthritis
      • Joke Lisa makes to the curator of the Springfield Historical Society. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Iconoclast)
    • Climactic Poopow
      • Condition mentioned in the Guide to Infantile Distress, the book that Abe consults while babysitting Maggie. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
    • Cooties
      • Fictional children's disease, from various episodes.
      • When Bart and Lisa and their friends play Cowboys and Indians, the cowboys give the Indians blankets infected with Cooties. (Season 6 episode Bart's Girlfriend)
      • Lisa tells Milhouse she an't concentrate because of his cooties, which he claims are live, and nothing to be ashamed of. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
      • Ned Flanders: Maude, come quick, the Simpsons are covered with Cooties! (Season 11 episode Little Big Mom)
      • Homer: Do I have cooties? This home testing kit saved me a fortune! (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
      • According to Homer, Flanders has cooties. (Season 12 episode I'm Goin' to Praiseland)
      • Chalkboard gag: Milhouse did not test cootie positive. (Season 14 episode Helter Shelter)
      • Bart Simpson: What's up, cootie breath? (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
      • Mentioned. (Season 15 The Wandering Juvie)
      • Bart punches his friends Milhouse and Ralph Wiggum, telling them, "You guys need your cootie shots." (Season 15 episode The Way We Weren't)
    • Crotch Dot
      • Bart shines Lisa's laser pointer at Principal Skinner's pants, so he drops his pants, then his underpants. Chief Wiggum pulls up and tells him he'd batter get that red dot checked out, his uncle died of crotch dot. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Dandy Fever
      • Condition mentioned in the Guide to Infantile Distress, the book that Abe consults while babysitting Maggie. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
    • Dropsy
      • Condition mentioned in the Guide to Infantile Distress, the book that Abe consults while babysitting Maggie. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
    • Dum Dum Fever
      • Condition mentioned in the Guide to Infantile Distress, the book that Abe consults while babysitting Maggie. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
    • The Green-eyed Gazongas
      • Joke Selma makes when Patty and Marge tell her that Troy McClure is wrong for her, accusing them of being jealous of her. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • The Grippe
      • Condition mentioned in the Guide to Infantile Distress, the book that Abe consults while babysitting Maggie. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
    • Housemaid's Knee
      • Condition mentioned in the Guide to Infantile Distress, the book that Abe consults while babysitting Maggie. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
    • Hyper-obesity
      • Condition defined by an individual weighing more than 300 lbs that qualifies as a disability in the book Am I Disabled? that Homer reads. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • Jebeditis
      • Joke the curator of the Springfield Historical Society makes to Lisa. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Iconoclast)
    • John Gotti's Disease
      • Condition listed on the Patient Diagnosis form that Lisa fills out for Bart at Dr. Nick's Walk-in Clinic. (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter)
    • Juggler's Despair
      • Condition that qualifies as a disability in the book Am I Disabled? that Homer reads. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • Jungle Rot
      • Condition mentioned in the Guide to Infantile Distress, the book that Abe consults while babysitting Maggie. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
    • Looter's Hernia
      • Condition listed on the Patient Diagnosis form that Lisa fills out for Bart at Dr. Nick's Walk-in Clinic. (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter)
    • Lumber Lung
      • Condition that qualifies as a disability in the book Am I Disabled? that Homer reads. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • Mad Fish Disease
      • English Pimple-faced Teen working at Judy Dench's Fish & Chips: Welcome to Judy Dench's Fish & Chips. Now completely free of Mad Fish Disease.
    • Monsteritis
      • Condition that Lisa mentions before Paul Anka starts singing, the residents' inability to look away from the oversized advertising mascots attacking the town. (Season 7 episode Treehouse of Horror VI - segment Attack of the 50 Ft Eyesores)
    • Osaka Flu
      • Flu that hits Springfield. (Season 4 episode Marge in Chains)
    • Panda Virus
      • A mosquito in Bart's Happy Meal Krustysauraus toy infects him with the Panda Virus. (Season 14 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
    • Poor Man's Gout
      • Condition mentioned in the Guide to Infantile Distress, the book that Abe consults while babysitting Maggie. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
    • Pretzel Fever
      • Joke Frank Ormand makes, the found of Pretzel Wagon, the snack cart business that Marge chooses to invest in at the Springfield Franchise Expo. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • Prison Tunnel Syndrome
      • Condition listed on the Patient Diagnosis form that Lisa fills out for Bart at Dr. Nick's Walk-in Clinic. (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter)
    • Scrofula
      • Condition mentioned in the Guide to Infantile Distress, the book that Abe consults while babysitting Maggie. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
    • Severe Butt Rott
      • Emergency medical condition that Bart calls an ambulance for when Homer and Marge leave Lisa in charge to babysit. (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter)
    • Skin Failure
      • Condition that Dr. Nick mentions to Abe Simpson when he freaks out in the emergency room: "The symptoms you describe point to Bonus Eruptus. It's a terrible disorder where the skeleton tries to leap out of the mouth and escape the body. Our one chance is trans-dental electromicide. I'll need a gold cart motor with 1,000 volt capacitor, stat." (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield)
    • The Sposedas
      • Joke Bart's new remedial class teacher makes when he tells her that he's supposed to be in the 4th grade: "Sounds like somebody's got a case of the sposedas!" (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • The Staggers
      • Condition mentioned in the Guide to Infantile Distress, the book that Abe consults while babysitting Maggie. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
    • Timmy Thomas Disease
      • Timmy Thomas, a child sick with Timmy Thomas Disease, asks Deion Overstreet, runningback for the San Antonio Cow Skulls, to do an obnoxious end zone dance for him. Deion obliges, dancing the crazy dance that he bought from Homer. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • The Vapors
      • Condition mentioned in the Guide to Infantile Distress, the book that Abe consults while babysitting Maggie. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
  • Construction Companies
    • Burns Construction Co.
      • Mr. Burns construction company. "Building a better tomorrow. For him." (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 1)
    • Down with Buildings Demolition Co.
      • Construction company Bart works for. (Season 6 episode Lisa's Wedding)
    • J&J Construction
      • Marge calls a contractor to remodel the kitchen after Homer's work isn't up to par. "The vague answer people" (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Low Ball Construction
      • Episode A Tale of Two Springfields.
    • Omni-Pave
      • When Lisa is believed to have been killed when the tree she was trying to save is struck by lightning, the Omni-Pave construction company promises to create a nature preserve. Lisa reveals herself to be alive when they go back on their word, declaring their intention to create a theme park called Lisa Land in her honor. (Season 12 episode Lisa the Tree Hugger) New sponsor of Reverend Lovejoy's church after he agrees to let Mr. Burns to run the church like a business. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • Sanderson's High Brick Walls
      • Construction company in Springfield. "No one builds 'em higher" (Season 14 The Great Louse Detective)
    • Shelbyville Construction Co.
      • Construction lot in Shelbyville. (Season 6 episode Lemon of Troy)
    • Val Dazzo Brothers Olive Oil
      • Fat Tony's construction outfit. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)
  • Convenience Stores and Gas Stations
    • Circle K Mart
      • Convenience store in Krusty's old neighborhood. (Season 15 episode Today I am a Clown)
    • Donny's Discount Gas
      • Gas station in Springfield, located across the street from the Springfield City Zoo. Marge is very good friends with the owner Donny. (Season 8 episode In Marge We Trust) Gas station where the Simpsons stop and Homer calls Ned Flanders after they run from the Southern Colonel. (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt) (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
    • Gas 'n' Gulp
      • Kwik-E-Mart competitor that Apu mentions. (Season 5 episode Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song)
    • Gasso
      • Gas station where Homer stops thinking there's a problem with his car, but it's his heart. (Season 4 episode Homer's Triple Bypass)
    • The Gassy Knoll
      • Gas station where Homer and Bart gas up on their truck driving adventure. (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • Kwik-E-Mart
      • Convenience store run by Apu Nahasapeemapetilon from various episodes. New sponsor of Reverend Lovejoy's church after he agrees to let Mr. Burns to run the church like a business. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • Li'l Valu-Mart
      • Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport version of Kwik-E-Mart where Homer buys pornography, condoms, liquor, panty shields and illegal fireworks. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Phil's Gas
      • Gas station in Capital City. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer) Gas station in background when Homer fights with Bart's Bigger Brothers Agency father figure. (Season 4 episode Brother from the Same Planet)
    • Pic N Save
      • No description available
    • Shelbyville Gas
      • Gas station in Shelbyville that sells Fudd beer instead of Duff beer. (Season 6 episode Lemon of Troy)
  • Conventions and Seminars
    • 12th Annual "Close Encounter of the Comic Book Kind" Convention
      • Comic book convention that Marge takes Bart and Lisa to. (Season 2 episode Three Men and a Comic Book)
    • 12th Annual Big Science Thing
      • Lisa debuts her experiment called "Airborne pheromones and aggression in bullies" at the 12th Annual Big Science Thing. (Season 12 episode Bye, Bye Nerdie)
    • Annual Baseball Card Convention
      • Convention where Smithers enlists Jose Canseco for the power plant softball team. (Season 3 episode Homer at the Bat)
    • Baby Expo
      • Baby product convention where Homer's brother Herb sells his Baby Translator invention. (Season 3 episode Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?)
    • Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con
      • The bimonthly Springfield sci-fi convention, featuring Tag Team Robot Wrestling. "Set phasers on fun!" (Season 10 episode Mayored to the Mob)
    • Bi-monthly Science Fiction Convention
      • Comic Book Guy proposes to Edna Krabappel at the Bi-Mon Sci-Fi Con. Bart tells Principal Skinner that, "Women have put out just to get out of there." Sign out front: "Warning: You could be photographed and used in ads... looking like that" (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)
    • Brad Goodman's Inner Child Workshop
      • Seminar the Simpsons attend at the Springfield Community Center. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child)
    • Bran Producers Convention
      • When the Simpsons' house get termites, they are forced out of their house for six months. They look for a room at Ye Olde Off-Ramp Inn, but they learn that every hotel room in Springfield is booked on account of the Bran Producers Convention. (Season 14 episode Helter Shelter)
    • The Candy Industry Trade Show
      • Also known as The candy convention. Event the Simpsons attend at the Springfield Community Center. (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
    • Candy-shaped Rat Poison Convention
      • Convention at the Springfield Community Center on the same day as the Candy Convention. (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
    • Chuck Garabedian Mega-Savings Seminar
      • Seminar where Ned Flanders learned how to live a Burt Reynolds lifestyle on a Mac Davis income. "B.Y.O. Chair" (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Concrete And Asphalt Expo 1993
      • Convention held at Mr. Burns' Casino. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
    • E4 Convention
      • Electronics convention. Simpsons version of the E3 Convention.
    • The Gopher Poison Show
      • Springfield Shopper farm supply critic Jamie Killday has just returned from the Gopher Poison Show in Paris. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • Hi-Tech Trade Show
      • Marge's ex-boyfriend Artie Ziff comes in at number five on Men's Wealth magazine's list of the 100 richest men in the country, after making mega bucks with a revolutionary invention - a converter that changes that horrible modem noise to easy listening music. Kent Brockman shows a clip of Artie demonstrating his invention at the Hi-Tech Trade Show, in front of a Ziff Corp. banner. (Season 13 episode Half-Decent Proposal)
    • The Homer Simpson Program
      • No description available
    • Million$ For Nothing
      • Seminar that Homer attends to learn how to make more money. (Season 3 episode I Married Marge)
    • The National Energy Convention
      • Mr. Burns sends Homer and Mindy to Capital City to represent the power plant at a national convention. (Season 5 The Last Temptation of Homer)
    • New Invention Expo
      • The New Invention Expo science-themed convention in Springfield features new inventions such as the Vagrant Translator and the Shrink Ray, Professor Frink's invention designed to reduce the size of his new multivitamin. "See the inventions of tomorrow! Today and Tomorrow" (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment In the Belly of the Boss)
    • News Reporters Convention
      • Convention when Homer returns from space. (Season 5 episode Deep Space Homer)
    • Ov Mitt Con
      • Oven mitt convention in Springfield where Marge makes her spokes modeling debut. "If the mitt won't fit, we will remit" (Season 14 episode Large Marge)
    • Springfield Apron Expo
      • Apron-themed convention in Springfield unveiling a combination apron/smock called the Smapron. (Season 12 episode Pokey Mom)
    • Springfield Auto Show
      • The Simpsons shop for a new car, featuring the Bonnie and Clyde death car. (Season 4 episode Mr. Plow)
    • Springfield Franchise Expo
      • Event in Springfield where Marge decides to invest in the Pretzel Wagon franchise. "Where you can make your nonsexual dreams come true." (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • Springfield Novelty Expo
      • After failing to sell shirts at his Fun Shirts booth the Springfield Novelty Expo, Bart runs into the owner of Goose's Gags and Gifts, who becomes his new business partner. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Springfield Shoe Expo
      • 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)
    • StacyCon '94
      • Mentioned by Waylon Smithers, the owner of the world's largest Malibu Stacy Collection: I'll see you at the StacyCon '94, at the San Diego Airport Hilton. (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy)
    • Tavern and Restaurant Owners Convention
      • Marge and Moe fly to Aruba on No Frills Airlines for the Tavern and Restaurant Owners Convention. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • Totally Sick, Twisted, F***ed-Up Animation Festival
      • Animation convention in Springfield. "Children half-price" (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • Tycoon Convention
      • Event for rich people from the Itchy & Scratchy cartoon The Buck Chops Here. (Season 5 episode Burns' Heir)
    • Women's Conference
      • Marge's old friend from high school Chloe Talbot invites Lisa to the Women's Conference at the Capital City Convention Center in Capital City. "Sexy Asian Girls Talk About Wage Disparity" (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
  • Cookies
    • Cookies
      • Generic cookie product.
      • Generic cookie product Homer eats. (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
      • Generic cookie product that Bart puts in the cart at CostMo Foods grocery store. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • Mr. Burns' Old Fashioned Good Time Extra Chewy Cookies
      • When the Nuclear Inspection Van shows up at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, Mr. Burns claims to be a cookie factory. (Season 5 episode Homer Goes to College)
    • Sweet Bear
      • Bear shaped cookies that Homer feeds to Rod and Todd when he babysits them. (Season 12 episode Children of a Lesser Clod)
    • Tennis Cookee
      • Marge buys snacks for the new tennis court at the Springfield Grocery Store. (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
  • Corporations
    • Advanced Capital Ventures
      • Mensa member that Lisa meets. Lindsay Naegle's company that produces synergy, and books on how to cheat at bridge. (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
    • Amalgamated Pornography
      • Sponsor on one of the race cars at the Springfield Dragway. (Season 7 episode Homer the Smithers)
    • Animotion Incorporated
      • Homer goes to I.P.O. Friday's at Springfield Mall to invest his life savings in 500 shares of Animotion Incorporated, which promptly declares "super duper bankruptcy". (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • Burns Worldwide
      • The name of Mr. Burns' parent corporation that owns the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. (Season 3 episode Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk)
    • BurnsoDyne
      • Mr. Burns Company sponsoring a highway clean-up project where Homer fakes his own death. "The Profit People" (Season 7 episode Mother Simpson)
    • Global Dynamics, Inc.
      • Also known as Global Dynamics Corp, owners of Mom & Pop Hardware, the local hardware store where Homer buys the BBQ Pit Kit. (Season 10 episode Mom and Pop Art)
    • Globex Corporation
      • Homer gets a new job in Cypress Creek, working for evil mastermind Hank Scorpio. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • Homerco
      • According to Homer, Ron Howard's Imagine Films is a division of Homerco. (Season 10 episode When You Dish Upon a Star)
    • ILG
      • Chemical company, sponsor of It's a Krusty Kinda Christmas! TV special. "Selling your body's chemicals after you die." (Season 7 episode Marge Be Not Proud)
    • Itchy & Scratchy INTL.
      • Also known as Itchy & Scratchy International. Parent company of all things Itchy & Scratchy. (Season 2 episode Itchy & Scratchy & Marge) Bart and Lisa submit their script for a new Itchy & Scratchy cartoon, which gets rejected - until they resubmit under their grandfather's name. (Season 4 episode The Front) Goes out of business after losing court battle to Chester J. Lampwick. (Season 7 episode The Day the Violence Died)
    • Kitchen-Maid, Inc.
      • Homer finds a golden giraffe in an old box of animal crackers, winning the family a trip to Africa. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • KrustCo Enterprises
      • Krusty's company that sells Bart Simpson-themed merchandise when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Krusty Co.
      • Company that makes the Talking Krusty Doll. (Season 4 episode Treehouse of Horror III - segment: Clown Without Pity)
    • The News On Parade Corporation
      • The News On Parade Corporation presents News On Parade Corporation News. Bringing you the world of current events. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
    • Togasaki Corporation
      • Parent company of Rebel Yell Records. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
    • Ziff Corp.
      • Marge's ex-boyfriend Artie Ziff comes in at number five on Men's Wealth magazine's list of the 100 richest men in the country, after making mega bucks with a revolutionary invention - a converter that changes that horrible modem noise to easy listening music. Kent Brockman shows a clip of Artie demonstrating his invention at the Hi-Tech Trade Show, in front of a Ziff Corp. banner. (Season 13 episode Half-Decent Proposal)
      • After Artie Ziff spent the company's budget on unnecessary items, the bubble burst, and he ended up moving into the Simpson's attic. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • Zwei Reihe Typen, Inc.
      • German consortium that buys the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant from Mr. Burns. (Season 3 episode Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk)
  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • 99 Cent Shrink New record added 6/7/2021
      • Psychiatrist on Psychiatry Row in Springfield. (Season 17 episode The Girl Who Slept Too Little)
    • Conformco
      • Brain deprogrammers that the Simpsons hire to save Bart from Mr. Burns. A subsidiary of Mrs. Fields' cookies. (Season 5 episode Burns' Heir)
    • Dr. Bob Kaufman
      • What Marge calls a "special kind of talking doctor" that she brings in to talk to Bart when he won't stop digging in the backyard. (Season 13 episode Homer to the Moe)
    • Dr. Foster
      • Ned's childhood psychologist that oversaw his participation in a Juvenile Aggression Study. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)
    • Dr. J. Loren Pryor
      • 
School district psychiatrist called in to speak with Bart and his family. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets an F) 
School psychologist at Springfield Elementary, giving students the results of their Career Aptitude Normalizing Test. (Season 3 episode Separate Vocations) Springfield Elementary school psychologist. (Season 9 episode Lisa's Sax)
    • Dr. Marvin Monroe's Anxiety Club
      • Psychology help phone line that Marge has Homer call when he seems depressed. (Season 2 episode Old Money)
    • Dr. Marvin Monroe's Family Therapy Center
      • Sponsor of All Star Boxing, where the Simpsons go for family counseling with therapy mallets and electric shock aversion therapy. (Season 1 episode There's No Disgrace Like Home). Marvin is also a therapist on talk radio station KBBL. Call 555-PAIN. (Season 1 episode Some Enchanted Evening)
    • Dr. Sally Waxler
      • Milhouse's psychiatrist, which he mentions when he goes a little crazy in the cockpit of an airplane at the U.S. Air Force Air Show. (Season 7 episode Sideshow Bob's Last Gleamings)
    • Dr. Wexler New record added 6/8/2021
      • Milhouse calls his therapist. "Stop calling me - I'm on my honeymoon! Yes, it's that weird kid again." (Season 17 episode Milhouse of Sand and Fog)
    • Dr. Zweig
      • Marge's therapist that helps her identify the reason for her fear of flying. (Season 6 episode Fear of Flying)
    • Marital Stress Hotline
      • Therapist service Homer calls - and reaches Ned Flanders. KL5-1680 (Season 5 The Last Temptation of Homer)
    • Marriage Counseling
      • Homer and Marge seek help. "The one's who's wrong pays" (Season 14 episode Brake My Wife, Please)
    • The Marvin Monroe Take Home Personality Test
      • Intimate psychological profile that Homer is required to complete after wearing a pink shirt to work. 20 simple questions that will determine just how crazy or "meshuggener" someone is. (Season 3 episode Stark Raving Dad)
    • Quack in the Box New record added 6/7/2021
      • Psychiatrist on Psychiatry Row in Springfield, parody of Jack in the Box. (Season 17 episode The Girl Who Slept Too Little)
    • Sit 'n' Weep New record added 6/7/2021
      • Homer and Marge consult a child psychiatrist at Sit 'n' Weep on Psychiatry Row. (Season 17 episode The Girl Who Slept Too Little)
    • Springfield Psychiatric Center
      • Where Marge sees a psychiatrist for her fear of flying. "Because there may not be bugs on you" (Season 6 episode Fear of Flying)
    • Suicide Hotline
      • Billboard. "Call 1-555-NO-KILL-U" (Season 14 episode C.E. D'oh)
  • Counties and States
    • Hokkaido
      • While finally getting rid of the family Christmas tree at the Springfield dump, Homer finds a box with what looks like a picture of his face on it. After taking the box to a restaurant called The Happy Sumo, he learns that it is a Japanese dish detergent product called Mr. Sparkle, from the sacred forest of Hokkaido - a region renowned for its countless soap factories - that banishes dirt to the land of wind and ghosts. (Season 8 episode In Marge We Trust)
    • Missoura
      • Bart and Nelson float down the river on a raft, passing signs that read, "Now leaving Missouri" and "Now entering Missoura", from the Singing Hobo's Tom and Huck story. (Season 12 episode Simpson Tall Tales)
    • Saudi-Israelia New record added 5/18/2021
      • Jenda: Sex on prom night is as American as our 51st state: Saudi-Israelia. (Season 16 episode Future-Drama)
    • Six Toe County
      • The Simpsons are arrested for killing a famous local alligator in Florida. (Season 11 episode Kill the Alligator and Run)
    • Spittle County
      • County outside of Springfield, home of the Beer 'N' Brawl, the redneck bar where Homer meets Lurleen Lumpkin. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer) Where Abe and Homer go to sell their Simpson & Son Revitalizing Tonic. "Birthplace of the Loogie" (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
    • Springfield County
      • Listed on map of Springfield as Santa's Little Helper goes on his adventure. (Season 3 episode Dog of Death)
  • Countries
    • Bonerland
      • New name for America, per the answers on Bart's history test. (Season 3 episode Treehouse of Horror II)
    • Bunion Country
      • Joke Patty and Selma make when they blackmail Homer into giving them foot massages. (Season 6 episode Homer vs. Patty and Selma)
    • Elf County
      • Location mentioned on Christmas-themed TV special that Lisa watches on TV with her aunts. (Season 1 episode Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire)
    • Germania
      • 
Nelson Muntz: Hey German boy, go back to Germania!(Season 7 episode Much App About Nothing)
    • Microatia
      • When Homer runs away from PBS, seeking sanctuary at the church, Reverend Lovejoy sends him off to do missionary work to the island village of Microatia in the South Pacific aboard a Christian Relief plane. (Season 11 episode Missionary: Impossible)
    • New Zanzibar
      • Tanzania becomes New Zanzibar, and then Pepsi Presents New Zanzibar, all while the Simpsons are en route after winning an African safari trip by finding a gold giraffe in an old box of animal crackers. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • Pepsi Presents New Zanzibar
      • Tanzania becomes New Zanzibar, and then Pepsi Presents New Zanzibar, all while the Simpsons are en route after winning an African safari trip by finding a gold giraffe in an old box of animal crackers. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • Rand McNally
      • Fictional country Bart and Lisa discuss when Bart misreads the writing on his globe. (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia)
    • Six-Packistan
      • Duff promotional event Duff Beach Volleyball ("It's something to do"), features new spokesperson Suds McDuff (Santa's Little Helper). Announcer: Now, to honor America, Navy paratroopers will jump from their planes and crown Suds McDuff King of Six-Packistan. (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
    • Squatter's Crag
      • Country in Australia that Bart calls long distance to find out what direction their toilets drain. (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia)
    • The United States of Dorksylvania
      • 
When the manager of the Native American casino Caesar's Pow-Wow shows Bart a vision of his future in which Lisa is President of the United States, a fact which Lisa reminds Bart, he jokes, "Of what? The United States of Dorksylvania?" (Season 11 episode Bart to the Future)
  • Criminal Organizations
    • The Boy-ar-dees
      • 
Crime family. Krusty and Homer break into Fat Tony's mansion to steal back Krusty's daughter's violin. Krusty: "It's some kind of mafia summit. Every mob family in the country's here. The Cuomos, The Travoltas, the Lasordas, the Boy-ar-dees." (Season 12 episode Insane Clown Poppy)
    • Calabresi Crime Family
      • No description available
    • Castellaneta Crime Family
      • Crime family that Fat Tony mentions when plotting outside the Simpson house. Nod to Homer's voice actor Dan Castellaneta.
    • The Cuomos
      • 
Crime family. Krusty and Homer break into Fat Tony's mansion to steal back Krusty's daughter's violin. Krusty: "It's some kind of mafia summit. Every mob family in the country's here. The Cuomos, The Travoltas, the Lasordas, the Boy-ar-dees." (Season 12 episode Insane Clown Poppy)
    • D'Amico Crime Family
      • No description available
    • The Lasordas
      • 
Crime family. Krusty and Homer break into Fat Tony's mansion to steal back Krusty's daughter's violin. Krusty: "It's some kind of mafia summit. Every mob family in the country's here. The Cuomos, The Travoltas, the Lasordas, the Boy-ar-dees." (Season 12 episode Insane Clown Poppy)
    • The Travoltas
      • 
Crime family. Krusty and Homer break into Fat Tony's mansion to steal back Krusty's daughter's violin. Krusty: "It's some kind of mafia summit. Every mob family in the country's here. The Cuomos, The Travoltas, the Lasordas, the Boy-ar-dees." (Season 12 episode Insane Clown Poppy)
    • The Velvet Mafia
      • Organization featured in Springfield's gay pride parade. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
  • Currency
    • Bart Bucks
      • Bart's blackboard phrase: "Bart Bucks” are not legal tender. (Season 3 episode Lisa's Pony)
    • Itchy & Scratchy Money
      • Itchy & Scratchy themed currency Homer buys along with their tickets outside the park, that's just like real money, but more fun. Problem is, most of the shops at Itchy & Scratchy Land don't accept it, which Homer doesn't find out until the family actually enters the park. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Quatloo
      • Currency, originally from the Star Trek episode The Gamesters of Triskelion. When Homer and Barney fight gladiator style as Kirk and his friends did in the Star Trek episode, a NASA scientist wages 400 quatloos on the newcomer. (Season 5 episode Deep Space Homer)
    • Reagan New record added 5/18/2021
      • Unit of currency in Professor Frink's vision of the future. The deposit on Bart's tux for prom was 200 Reagans. (Season 16 episode Future-Drama)
    • Trillion Dollar Bill
      • In 1945, President Harry S. Truman printed a one trillion-dollar bill to help reconstruct post-war Europe and enlisted Montgomery Burns to transport the bill. However, it never arrived and the FBI suspects Burns still has it with him. (Season 9 episode Trouble with Trillions)
    • The Winifred Beecher Howe 75¢ Coin
      • While in Washington D.C. for the Patriots Of Tomorrow Essay Contest, Lisa visits the Winifred Beecher Howe Memorial, a statue dedicated to an early crusader for women's rights that led the Floor Mop Rebellion of 1910, and had her face on a 75¢ coin. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
  • Dating, Escort and Sex Services
    • 1-909-SEX-CHAT
      • Party line that Krusty calls, advertised as having beautiful women, but there are only guys, including Abu. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Bart Chat
      • Bart-themed telephone line, manned by Barney. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous)
    • Bob's Brothel
      • Brothel in the Wild West ghost town Bloodbath Gulch. (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Buck's Brothel
      • Brothel in the Wild West ghost town Bloodbath Gulch. (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Chuck's Brothel
      • Brothel in the Wild West ghost town Bloodbath Gulch. (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Ed's Brothel
      • Brothel in the Wild West ghost town Bloodbath Gulch. (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Low Expectations Dating Service
      • Dating service Selma uses after deciding she wants a baby. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • Tom's Brothel
      • Brothel in the Wild West ghost town Bloodbath Gulch. (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Trump Brothel
      • Brothel in Atlantic City. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • U-SAVE Strippers
      • Stripper service that Moe finds in the yellow pages, to order a stripper for Principal Skinner's bachelor party. "If we send your daughter... IT'S FREE!" (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)

    • Video Matchmaking
      • Dating service that Homer signs Ned up for after Maude's untimely death, featuring a one-nighters bin. "Yes we do have desperate immigrants" (Season 11 episode Alone Again, Natura-Diddly)
  • Dentists
    • B. Hoffman, Dentist
      • Homer and Marge trick the kids into thinking they're going to Disneyworld, but actually take them to the dentist. (Season 8 episode The Secret World of Lisa Simpson)
    • Dentist
      • Generic dental service service on the wrong side of the tracks where Bart ends up after running away from Thanksgiving dinner. (Season 2 episode Bart vs. Thanksgiving)
    • Dr. Shapiro
      • Marge takes Nelson to the dentist. (Season 16 Sleeping with the Enemy)
    • Painless Dentistry
      • Dr. Wolfe's dentist office. Formerly Painful Dentistry. (Season 4 episode Last Exit to Springfield)
    • Semi-Painless Dentistry
      • Dentist in Springfield, visible in opening sequence. (Season 1 episode Bart the Genius) Dentist office in the background when Kodos and Kang enslave the residents of Springfield. (Season 3 episode Treehouse of Horror II)
  • Department, Discount and General Stores
    • 33¢ Store
      • After attending Chuck Garabedian's Mega-Savings Seminar, the Simpsons take his advice to squeeze every penny, and start shopping at the 33¢ store. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • 66¢ Store
      • Attempting to squeeze every penny to save up for their vacation, the Simpsons pass the 99¢ store and the 66¢ store on their way to the 33¢ store. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • 99¢ Store
      • Attempting to squeeze every penny to save up for their vacation, the Simpsons pass the 99¢ store and the 66¢ store on their way to the 33¢ store. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo) Store across the street from Pone, Pelts and Beyond where Bart and Nelson buy lard pone and egg pone, from the Singing Hobo's Tom and Huck story. (Season 12 episode Simpson Tall Tales)
    • Church Thrift Shop
      • Thrift shop at the church. "Nobody beats the Rev" (Season 8 episode The Canine Mutiny)
    • Circus Of Values
      • Discount store where Homer goes Christmas shopping where nothing over $5. (Season 1 episode Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire) Discount store where Milhouse's father took him and bought him an oversized novelty billiard ball that predicts the future - parody of a Magic 8 Ball. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • Costington's
      • Department store in Springfield, from various episodes.
      • Lenny and Carl crash their cars into Costington's, inadvertently starting a riot complete with looting from various businesses in Springfield during a blackout. (Season 13 Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge)
      • Department store that comes up with the new holiday Love Day, to get people to buy more stuff. "Over a Century Without a Slogan" (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
      • Homer shops for a monogrammed shirt after changing his name to Max Power. (Season 10 episode Homer to the Max)
      • Homer buys toys for the children of Springfield. (Season 11 episode Homer vs. Dignity)
      • New sponsor of Reverend Lovejoy's church after he agrees to let Mr. Burns to run the church like a business. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
      • Newspaper ad. "Men's dress slacks at low prices!" (Season 14 episode Moe Baby Blues)
      • Homer, Bart and Lisa pass while Mother's Day shopping. "I could get Marge a new window!" (Season 15 The Fat and the Furriest)
      • Homer buys Marge earrings for an anniversary gift. (Season 15 episode Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore)
      • The Simpsons go shopping. Sign that originally says "Downtown's last gasp of class" changes to "Downtown's last gas of ass" when a homeless man bumps into it. (Season 15 The Wandering Juvie)
      • Homer goes out to lunch with Costington's salesman Trent Steel. (Season 10 episode Homer to the Max)
      • In Professor Frink's vision of the future, when Lisa breaks up with a juiced up 'roid raging Milhouse throws a trashcan through the Costington's plate glass window. Inside, there are signs advertising a hybrid animal called a dogcat. "Surprise her with a dogcat" (Season 16 episode Future-Drama)
      • Shopping bags on the table in the movie Left Below, a parody of Left Behind, about the rapture. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • Discount Store
      • Generic store in Bronson, Missouri, a town populated by Charles Bronson look-alikes. (Season 13 episode The Old Man and the Key)
    • General Store
      • Store in Springfield. (Season 6 episode Bart's Comet) Store across the street from the Springfield Historical Society. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Iconoclast) Generic store in the Simpsons version of Joshua Logan's Paint Your Wagon. (Season 9 episode All Singing All Dancing) General store in the Wild West ghost town Bloodbath Gulch. (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble) Generic business in an old black and white Buck McCoy western movie. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Grandma's World
      • Store where Abe Simpson buys his new girlfriend a birthday present, after not finding anything at Herman's Military Antiques. "For the old lady in all of us" (Season 2 episode Old Money)
    • Hailstones
      • Store at Springfield Mall, from numerous episodes.
    • Hocksville, Tennessee
      • Pawn shop in Knoxville where Bart and his friends attempt to sell Milhouse's glasses for cash, but Milhouse breaks a bunch of bottles and the clerk keeps the money. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • House Of The Refunds
      • Discount store at the mall. (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy)
    • Joe's Thrift Shop
      • Thrift shop in Springfield that Bart skateboards past in the rain on his way home from school. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Jumbo's Discount Barn
      • Discount store in Springfield that Bart skateboards past in the rain on his way home from school. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • A Little Bit Of Lenny
      • Lenny's arts and crafts stand at the Springfield Chili Cook-off. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Ma & Pa's
      • Store in downtown Terror Lake, where the Simpsons relocate as part of the FBI's Witness Relocation Program. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare)
    • Mucha
      • Department store at Springfield Mall. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F)
    • Murdock's
      • Department store at Springfield Mall. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F)
    • Pawn
      • Generic pawn shop from various episodes.
      • Generic pawn near Dexter Colt’s office, the private investigator that Moe recommends to Homer to find out more about Lisa, the guy that Moe uses whenever he’s gotta know something about a broad. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
      • Generic pawn shop on the wrong side of the tracks where Bart ends up after running away from Thanksgiving dinner. (Season 2 episode Bart vs. Thanksgiving)
    • Pawn Shop
      • Multiple generic pawn shops, from various episodes.
      • Pawn shop near the Springfield Men's Mission, where the Simpsons go looking for Duffman, after he was replaced as spokesperson for Duff by Santa's Little Helper. (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
      • Homer pawns the family's Motorola TV to pay for family counseling. (Season 1 episode There's No Disgrace Like Home)
      • Generic pawn shop. (Season 8 episodes Burns, Baby Burns)
      • Generic pawn shop. (Season 6 episode Bart's Girlfriend)
      • Generic pawn shop. (Season 12 episode Treehouse of Horror XI - segment G-G-Ghost D-D-Dad)
      • Generic pawn shop. (Season 11 episode Days of Wine and D'oh'ses)
      • Generic pawn shop. (Season 8 episode Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment)
      • Generic pawn shop in the background. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child)
      • Generic pawn shop that Homer, Bart and Lisa pass while Mother's Day shopping. "Her wedding china back?" (Season 15 The Fat and the Furriest)
      • Generic pawn shop in the background when Homer gives back all the presents he stole from the residents of Springfield the night before. (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
    • Precious Baby Discount Store
      • Company that buys Homer's brother Herb's Baby Translator invention. (Season 3 episode Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?)
    • Rucko's
      • Department store in Capital City. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer)
    • SHØP
      • Danish super chain store where Little Miss Springfield winner Amber Dempsey makes an appearance - and gets struck by lightning. (Season 4 Lisa the Beauty Queen) Swedish furniture store, parody of IKEA. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Sprawl Mart
      • The Simpsons version of Wal-Mart where Homer, Bart and Lisa do Mother's Day shopping. "They've got everything, even Christian videos with talking vegetables." (Season 15 The Fat and the Furriest)
      • Homer replaces Abe as a greeter. "Not a parody of Wal Mart", "Don't watch 60 minutes this week", "If you worked here, you'd be poor by now" (Season 16 episode On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister)
    • Supa Saver Discount Store
      • Discount store in Springfield, visible when Mayor Quimby declares the new holiday, Flaming Moe's Day. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Thrift shop
      • Thrift shop in Springfield. (Season 7 episode Homerpalooza)
    • Trader Pete's
      • In a flashback revealing how Bart got head lice, he is seen playing with a monkey over at Milhouse's house, with Milhouse explaining that they found the monkey passed out inside a wicker basket they bought at Trader Pete's. (Season 7 episode Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily)
    • Try-N-Save
      • Discount store in Springfield, from various episodes.
      • Bart gets caught shoplifting, and later the Simpsons get their family portrait taken. "In honor of the birth of our savior, Try-N-Save is open all day Christmas." (Season 7 episode Marge Be Not Proud)
      • Store Homer and Marge visit on Christmas Eve. (Season 9 episode Miracle on Evergreen Terrace)
      • The Simpsons go back to school shopping. "Catch Back-to-Schooliosis” (Season 10 episode Lard of the Dance)
      • Lisa tells shoppers to boycott Funzo. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)
      • Homer buys a headset for his new cell phone, a DVD player, snow-cone machine, fog machine and more. (Season 14 episode Brake My Wife, Please)
      • Bart resists growing up by riding the toy car out in front of the Try-N-Save. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Value Hut
      • Discount store in Springfield. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
  • Diet and Nutrition Products
    • Diet Drug Z-3
      • While participating as a medical research subject at the Screaming Monkey Medical Research Center to earn extra money, Homer gets tested with a perfume called Desert Breeze and a diet product called Diet Drug Z-3. (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • Massive Weight Gain Powder
      • Product that Homer buys at the Springfield Nutrition Center to gain 60 lbs to qualify as disabled. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
  • Diners
    • The Buzzing Sign Diner
      • Diner where the Simpsons stop on their way to Marge's great aunt Gladys' funeral in Littleneck Falls. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • Diner
      • Generic diner where the Simpsons hide out until the heat's off after they accidentally kill a famous local alligator in Florida. (Season 11 episode Kill the Alligator and Run)
    • Flickey's
      • Highway diner advertised on billboard when the Simpsons drive to Itchy & Scratchy Land. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Jack's Diner
      • Diner in Springfield, visible during riot/looting sequence. (Season 11 episode Treehouse of Horror X - segment Life's a Glitch, Then You Die)
    • Joe's Diner
      • Diner that Homer and Bart visit while on their truck driving adventure. "Now aware of camp value" (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • Overpass Diner
      • Homer, Bart and Homer's fugitive mother Mona visit the Overpass Diner. "A burger and squalor for under a dollar" (Season 15 episode My Mother the Carjacker)
    • Seaside Diner
      • Homer's fugitive mother Mona escapes from the prison bus before it went off the cliff and hitched a ride with a couple that took her to the Seaside Diner. (Season 15 episode My Mother the Carjacker)
    • The Seething Sisters
      • Cafe/gas station where Ruth Powers almost drops Marge off after losing the cops on the highway. (Season 5 episode Marge on the Lam)
    • Skip's Diner
      • Diner in Springfield from various episodes. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man) Visible when the Simpsons head home. (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother) Diner next door to The Android's Dungeon. (Season 14 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
    • Sloppy Joe's
      • Diner in the McBain movie playing at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
  • Doctors
    • Doc Martens
      • Doctor paged at Springfield General Hospital: Doc Martens to podiatry. (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Doctor
      • Generic doctor in the Simpsons version of Joshua Logan's Paint Your Wagon. (Season 9 episode All Singing All Dancing)
    • Dr. Cheeks
      • Bart drops his drawers at the hospital: "Hello, I'm Dr.Cheeks. I'm doing my rounds, and I'm a little behind." (Season 6 episode Round Springfield)
    • Dr. Foot
      • Homer decides to "cure" the screaming caterpillar known as a screamapillar by using "Dr. Foot". (Season 13 The Frying Game)
    • Dr. Homer
      • After Homer accidentally eases his own back pain by falling backwards over a trashcan, he decides to become a doctor - and patent his trashcan as a spinal adjustment medical device. (Season 12 episode Pokey Mom)
    • Dr. Julius Hibbert
      • The Simpson family's doctor, from numerous episodes.
    • Dr. Mompey
      • Chandler claims he came up with the monkey doctor joke when his friend Steve mentioned his doctor's name, Dr. Mompey. (Season 6 episode The One With the Joke)
    • Dr. Nick Riviera
      • General Specialist Credit Doctor. Doctor that lawyer Lionel Hutz hires for a second opinion on Bart's accident. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets Hit by a Car) Dr. Nick's telephone number is 1-600-DOCTORB "The B is for Bargain". (Season 4 episode Homer's Triple Bypass) Member: Back Alley Medical Group. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Hell Toupée) "If you can put it in we can take it out" (Season 12 episode Trilogy of Error)
    • Dr. Steve
      • Chiropractor that Homer visits after hurting his back at the prison rodeo. (Season 12 episode Pokey Mom)
    • Dr. Stupid
      • Ralph Wiggum portrays the character Dr. Stupid in The Nice Man Giveth, the play that the children of Springfield Elementary put on in order to try to get Mr. Burns to donate money to the school. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)

    • Dr. Tad Winslow
      • Moe tells Homer the story of his time playing the character Dr. Tad Winslow on the soap opera It Never Ends. "Like the cleaning of a house… It never ends." (Season 11 episode Pygmoelion)
    • Dr. Warner
      • Doctor wanted in radiology at the hospital when Bart returns from Hell. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets Hit by a Car)
    • Hibbert Moneynaming Organization
      • Dr. Hibbert's new HMO. (Season 5 The Last Temptation of Homer)
    • Irving Zitofsky
      • Doctor that removes Bart's tattoo. (Season 1 episode Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire)
  • Drug Dealers
    • Fatso's Hash House
      • Robe that Mr. Burns' business partner Lindsay Naegle asks the reverend to wear after he agrees to let Mr. Burns to run the church like a business. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
  • Drugs-Recreational
    • Blue Bombers
      • Mr. Burns: Simpson, I haven't seen so many drugs in a wang since I ran a Chinese opium den! Crack smack, uppers, downers, outer, inners, horse tranquilizers, cow paralyzers, blue bombers, green golfers, yellow submarines, LSD Mach 3 and trace amounts of human urine. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Cow Paralyzers
      • Mr. Burns: Simpson, I haven't seen so many drugs in a wang since I ran a Chinese opium den! Crack smack, uppers, downers, outer, inners, horse tranquilizers, cow paralyzers, blue bombers, green golfers, yellow submarines, LSD Mach 3 and trace amounts of human urine. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Green Golfers
      • Mr. Burns: Simpson, I haven't seen so many drugs in a wang since I ran a Chinese opium den! Crack smack, uppers, downers, outer, inners, horse tranquilizers, cow paralyzers, blue bombers, green golfers, yellow submarines, LSD Mach 3 and trace amounts of human urine. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Inners
      • Mr. Burns: Simpson, I haven't seen so many drugs in a wang since I ran a Chinese opium den! Crack smack, uppers, downers, outer, inners, horse tranquilizers, cow paralyzers, blue bombers, green golfers, yellow submarines, LSD Mach 3 and trace amounts of human urine. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • LSD Mach 3
      • Mr. Burns: Simpson, I haven't seen so many drugs in a wang since I ran a Chinese opium den! Crack smack, uppers, downers, outer, inners, horse tranquilizers, cow paralyzers, blue bombers, green golfers, yellow submarines, LSD Mach 3 and trace amounts of human urine. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Outers
      • Mr. Burns: Simpson, I haven't seen so many drugs in a wang since I ran a Chinese opium den! Crack smack, uppers, downers, outer, inners, horse tranquilizers, cow paralyzers, blue bombers, green golfers, yellow submarines, LSD Mach 3 and trace amounts of human urine. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Swank
      • Illegal drug that's ten times more addictive than marijuana, introduced by the evil dude in the McBain movie scene. (Season 4 episode Last Exit to Springfield)
    • Yellow Submarines
      • Mr. Burns: Simpson, I haven't seen so many drugs in a wang since I ran a Chinese opium den! Crack smack, uppers, downers, outer, inners, horse tranquilizers, cow paralyzers, blue bombers, green golfers, yellow submarines, LSD Mach 3 and trace amounts of human urine. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
  • Drugstores
    • Dudley Do-Drugs Pharmacy
      • Homer and his friends travel to Canada for cheap drugs. (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
    • Health For Less Drug Store
      • Drug store in Capital City. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer)
    • Oedipus Rx
      • Sign out front reads "A mom and pop son pharmacy" but the Pop is crossed out.
    • Page's Pharmacy
      • Drugstore in Springfield. Visible in the background. (Season 16 episode There's Something About Marrying)
    • Pharmacy
      • Generic pharmacy that Homer passes on his way to the Springfield Post Office. (Season 9 episode Trouble with Trillions)
    • Springfield Pharmacy
      • When Marge finds herself alone with the other contestants' entries in the Ovenfresh Bakeoff contest, she taints them with Maggie's Baby Ear Medicine from the Springfield Pharmacy. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Winnipeg Pharmacy
      • Homer and his friends travel to Canada for cheap drugs. (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
  • Electronics
    • Atomic Dough Maker
      • Machine at the cracker factory where Milhouse spends the day with his father for Go To Work With Your Parents Day. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • Auto Dresser
      • Machine in Mr. Burns' bedroom to help him get dressed. (Season 11 episode The Mansion Family)
    • Bigulator
      • Device created to shrink Lisa down small enough to visit the miniature civilization that evolves in her science project. (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Genesis Tub)
    • Cloning Machine
      • After Scratchy dies, Itchy builds a cloning machine to make more, killing the clones as soon as they come out - but when he gets tired, he builds a killing machine to kill the clones instead. (Season 11 episode Little Big Mom)
    • Delochinator
      • 
Device Professor Frink uses to drain Loch Ness, basically a pump. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Earthquake Machine
      • When Homer attempts suicide by jumping off of the Springfield State Building, he grabs onto Otto, who happens to be bungie jumping beside him, and they descend through an open manhole in the underworld beneath Springfield, venturing all the way to The Fortress of the Moles, where Hans Moleman is operating the Earthquake Machine. (Season 11 episode Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder)
    • Fissionator 1952
      • Slow fission reactor at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant that Homer monitors. (Season 3 episode Homer Defined)
    • Flipper Finder
      • One of Professor Frink's machines he uses to search for the Loch Ness monster. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Frog-exaggerator
      • One of Professor Frink's machines that he confuses for the Monster-ometer while searching for the Loch Ness monster. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Funzo's European Voltage Converter
      • Funzo-themed voltage converter. Funzo, as in the soft and cuddly toy with lots of firepower made by Kid First Industries. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)
    • Heimlich Maneuver Machine
      • Machine available at new Springfield restaurant the Slaughterhouse, in case people choke on the steaks. (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • Hoaxiscope
      • One of Professor Frink's machines he uses to search for the Loch Ness monster. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • The Jet Walker
      • Invention mentioned during the I Can't Believe They Invented It! TV show, a jet powered walking assistant. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Juicilator
      • Seth and Munchie's juice making machine, which Homer accidentally jams up with his frisbee. (Season 10 episode D'oh-In' in the Wind)
    • Killing Machine
      • After Scratchy dies, Itchy builds a cloning machine to make more, killing the clones as soon as they come out - but when he gets tired, he builds a killing machine to kill the clones instead. (Season 11 episode Little Big Mom)
    • Krusty's Radon Detector
      • Krusty themed merchandise in Bart's room. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Matter Transporter
      • Homer buys a matter transporter that Bart ends up using to become a hybrid fly creature. (Season 9 episode Treehouse of Horror VIII - segment Fly vs Fly)
    • Mint-License
      • The driver's license-making machine at the D.M.V. that Bart uses to make himself a fake ID. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • The Monroe Box
      • When Abe Simpson announces he's going to give away the $100,000 he inherited from Beatrice Simmons, Dr. Marvin Monroe comes forward seeking funds to buy a baby to raise in his Monroe Box, an isolation chamber in which a subject pulls levers to get heat and food. The floor can become electrified and water falls on the subject. He's out to prove that the should will be maladjusted and harbor resentment towards him. (Season 2 episode Old Money)
    • Monster-ometer
      • One of Professor Frink's machines he uses to search for the Loch Ness monster. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Re-Bigulator
      • Theoretical device that would need to be created to enlarge Lisa back to regular size and depart the miniature civilization that evolves in her science project. (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Genesis Tub)
    • Sarcasm Detector
      • Mr. Frink's invention that blows up when Comic Book Guy says, "A sarcasm detector - oh, that's a real useful invention." (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
    • Shrink Ray
      • The New Invention Expo science-themed convention in Springfield features new inventions such as the Vagrant Translator and the Shrink Ray, Professor Frink's invention designed to reduce the size of his new multivitamin. "See the inventions of tomorrow! Today and Tomorrow" (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment In the Belly of the Boss)
    • Snore Converter
      • Marge's ex-boyfriend Artie Ziff's latest invention - it helps Homer's snoring, but also delivers not so subtle subliminal messages to Marge. (Season 13 episode Half-Decent Proposal)
    • Thermocam 3000
      • Expensive device that Kent Brockman uses to see what's going on inside the prison during the riot. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Vagrant Translator
      • The New Invention Expo science-themed convention in Springfield features new inventions such as the Vagrant Translator and the Shrink Ray, Professor Frink's invention designed to reduce the size of his new multivitamin. "See the inventions of tomorrow! Today and Tomorrow" (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment In the Belly of the Boss)
  • Electronics Stores
    • Appliance Zone
      • After Abe breaks their TV, the Simpsons drive to Appliance Zone at the Ogdenville Outlet Mall in Ogdenville. "Your grey-market superstore" Featuring name brand rip-offs like Panaphonics (Panasonic), Magnet Box (Magnavox) & Sorny (Sony).(Season 7 episode Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield)
    • The Boob Tubery
      • Electronics store where Homer buys a new satellite dish. (Season 14 episode Bart vs. Lisa vs. The Third Grade)
    • Boys "R" Us New record added 6/12/2021
      • Store that delivers David, the Robo-Tot, the robot boy that Homer and Marge buy to replace Bart when he goes into a coma. (Season 17 episode Treehouse of Horror XVI - B.I. Bartificial Intelligence)
    • Crazy Larry
      • "Big screen TV prices are insane-ane-ane!" New sponsor of Reverend Lovejoy's church after he agrees to let Mr. Burns to run the church like a business. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • Crypto Barn
      • Electronics store at the new Springfield Squidport. "A place for codes" (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter)
    • Electronics
      • Generic electronics store at Springfield Mall. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust, Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Electronics Store
      • Generically named store in the Larry the Looter video game that Bart plays at Wall E. Weasel's. (Season 3 episode Radio Bart)
    • Honest John's Computers
      • Homer buys a $5,000 computer from Honest John's Computers, the one that astronauts use to fo their taxes. (Season 12 episode The Computer Wore Menace Shoes)
    • It's a Wonderful Knife
      • Upscale chain kitchen appliance store at the new Springfield Squidport. (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter)
    • Love Your Computer
      • Electronics store at Springfield Mall. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Old Printers Home
      • Building from reality TV show When Buildings Collapse. "Man has always love this buildings. But what happens when the buildings say no more?" (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • Radio Hut
      • Electronics store in Springfield Mall. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Robo-Tots New record added 6/12/2021
      • Homer and Marge replace Bart with a robot child after Bart goes into a coma. "Now sass-free" (Season 17 episode Treehouse of Horror XVI - B.I. Bartificial Intelligence)
    • Springfield Appliances
      • Appliance store in Springfield, visible during riot/looting sequence. (Season 11 episode Treehouse of Horror X - segment Life's a Glitch, Then You Die)
    • Springfield Electronics
      • Seen during riot after Mayor Quincy reveals the new Jimmy Carter statue. (Season 4 episode Marge in Chains)
    • Springfield T.V. Store
      • Electronics store in Springfield. (Season 9 episode Miracle on Evergreen Terrace)
    • TV & Appliances
      • Generic electronics store in downtown Springfield when all the adults are home drinking Abe Simpson's love tonic. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
  • Electronics-Audio and Video
    • Applause-O-Meter New record added 5/18/2021
      • Lisa competes on Krusty's singing competition Li'l Starmaker. "Not affiliated with American Idol, we've never even heard of American Idol." Auditions held at Springfield Mall. "Warning: We're looking for cute not creepy" Homer writes songs for Lisa until she fires him, and he takes on another contestant named Cameron, also known as Johnny Rainbow. The competition takes place at Krustylu Studios. Lisa writes her own song called Always My Dad, so powerful that she makes the Applause-O-Meter cry battery acid. Homer sabotages Cameron by writing the song Privileged Boy. (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
    • AT-5000
      • Auto dialer that was used to pull a telemarketing scam that Homer digs out of the Kwik-E-Mart dumpster and uses it for tele-panhandling. Professor Frink’s very first patent. (Season 8 episode Lisa’s Date with Density)
    • Carnivàle
      • New TV model that Homer buys at Appliance Zone at the Ogdenville Outlet Mall in Ogdenville. (Season 7 episode Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield)
    • DJ 3000
      • Machine owned by KBBL Radio that plays CDs automatically, and it has three distinct varieties of inane chatter. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets an Elephant)
    • Everything’s Ok Alarm
      • Homer invention. As long as it makes a crazy loud noise, everything’s ok. (Season 2 episode Wizard of Evergreen Terrace)
    • Gorman’s Ear Guards
      • Sponsor of radio program that Marge listens to in the kitchen, Swing Serenade. "Guard your ears with Gorman’s" (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield)
    • IGod New record added 5/28/2021
      • Religious iPod advertised at Gospel for Less Christian book store. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • Krusty The Clown Telephone
      • Krusty themed merchandise in Bart’s room. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Magnetbox
      • Crappy knock-off of famous brand Magnavox sold at Appliance Zone at the Ogdenville Outlet Mall in Ogdenville. (Season 7 episode Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield)
    • Panaphonics
      • Crappy knock-off of famous brand Panasonic sold at Appliance Zone at the Ogdenville Outlet Mall in Ogdenville. (Season 7 episode Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield) Electronics advertised in New York City. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)

    • Radiation King
      • TV set brand that's still in the house where Homer grew up. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
    • Sorny
      • Crappy knock-off of famous brand Sony sold at Appliance Zone at the Ogdenville Outlet Mall in Ogdenville. (Season 7 episode Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield) Brand of giant TV screen in New York City (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)

    • T-437 Safety Command Center
      • Control center console in Homer's office that he and Lisa order from the Oak Ridge nuclear facility so that Bart and his friends can get home to Springfield after renting a car with Bart's fake ID and driving to Knoxville, Tennessee. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • Trackstar
      • 8 Track cassette player in Homer’s car. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
    • VanStarOne
      • Satellite dish launched specifically for the Ultimate Behemoth RV that Homer wants to buy. (Season 1 episode The Call of the Simpsons)
  • Electronics-Power
    • The Pollution-Free Techno 3000
      • Professor Frink invention at the National Energy Convention that produces limitless energy with absolutely no pollution, and it runs on common household diamonds. (Season 5 episode The Last Temptation of Homer - deleted scene)
  • Elementary Schools
    • Capital City Elementary School
      • On the way to their Box Factory field trip, Bart and his class pass Toy Town, with a school bus from Capital City Elementary School out front. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous)
    • Cypress Creek Elementary School
      • Bart and Lisa's new school in Cypress Creek, the planned community built for the workers of the Globex Corporation. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • Enriched Learning Center For Gifted Children
      • Bart's new school (Season 1 episode Bart the Genius)
    • Oakwood Academy New record added 5/28/2021
      • New school for the blind that Marge suggests for Bart when he gets expelled from Springfield Elementary. (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
    • Shelbyville Elementary School
      • On the way to their Box Factory field trip, Bart and his class pass Toy Town, with a school bus from Shelbyville Elementary School out front. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous) Springfield Elementary and Shelbyville Elementary have field trips to Fort Springfield on the same day. (Season 6 episode The PTA Disbands) Elementary school in Shelbyville. (Season 6 episode Lemon of Troy)
    • Spittle County Elementary School
      • On the way to their Box Factory field trip, Bart and his class pass Toy Town, with a school bus from Spittle County Elementary School out front. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous)
    • Springfield Elementary School
      • First seen in Season 1 episode Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire, when The Simpsons attend the annual Christmas Pageant.
    • Springfield Elementary School And Prison
      • Springfield's solution to Springfield Elementary School's money problems, combining it with the local prison. (Season 6 episode The PTA Disbands)
    • St. Jerome's Catholic School New record added 5/28/2021
      • Bart's new religious school after he gets expelled from Springfield Elementary. (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
    • West Springfield Elementary School
      • No description available
    • Wickerbottom's Pre-Nursery School
      • Exclusive school in Springfield that while initially denying Maggie's application, eventually comes to believe she's actually a genius. The entrance exam features Simon Cowell in an American Idol style audition. (Season 15 episode Smart & Smarter)
  • Energy and Power Companies
    • Shelbyville Nuclear Power Plant
      • Nuclear power plant in Shelbyville, where Homer is sent to give a motivational speech after saving Springfield from a nuclear meltdown. (Season 3 episode Homer Defined)
    • Springfield Gas Company
      • Homer gets a bill for &900 to fix the family's clothes dryer after Bart ruins it with his lottery. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • Springfield Nuclear Power Plant
      • Work place of Homer Simpson, first appearance in Season 1 episode Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire.
    • Springfield Power Works
      • Mr. Burns' grandfather's power company from Springfield 1909 flashback scene. (Season 4 episode Last Exit to Springfield)
  • Entertainment for Hire
    • The Amazing Smoking Monkeys
      • Circus act, featuring test animals from the Screaming Monkey Research Lab that private investigator Dexter Colt framed Lisa for freeing, and selling to a circus. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Arthur Crandall & Gabbo
      • Comedy Act appearing at Caesar's Pow-Wow Native American casino. "Was seen on TV" (Season 11 episode Bart to the Future)
    • Bobbie Gordini And His Gibbons
      • Nightclub act at the casino across from the Copper Slipper where Tom Jones is performing. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
    • Duncan the Incredible Diving Horse
      • The Simpsons adopt Duncan the Incredible Diving Horse from the State Fair and turn him into a racehorse named Furious D. (Season 11 episode Saddlesore Gallactica)
    • The Flying Giuseppe
      • Circus act at the circus where private investigator Dexter Colt framed Lisa for freeing test animals from the Screaming Monkey Research Lab and selling them to a circus. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Homer and His Amazing Redenbacher Dreamcoat's Kernel Knowledge
      • Homer's act at How Low Will You Go?, the gross-out talent contest in the KBBL parking lot that Homer enters to try to win a trip to Maui, sponsored by Grandma Plopwell's Pudding. He wears a suit made out of popcorn kernels and makes them pop with a hairdryer. (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
    • Just Marge (with Friends)
      • No description available
    • Madame Mimi and her Cheese Seeking Poodles
      • Comedy act on Krusty's show. (Season 12 episode Day of the Jackanapes)
    • Snorky the Dolphin
      • Episode Night of the Dolphin.
    • Springfield Wing Walkers
      • Group of female performers from the golden age of aircraft, featuring none other than Agnes Skinner. Seen in film at the Springfield Air and Space Museum. (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
    • Sultry Sows of The South Seas
      • Circus act, featuring test animals from the Screaming Monkey Research Lab that private investigator Dexter Colt framed Lisa for freeing, and selling to a circus. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
  • Essays and Reports
    • An Afternoon With Ernest Hemingway: Reflections By Martin
      • Martin's book report on The Old Man and The Sea. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets an F)
    • Airborne Pheromones and Aggression in Bullies
      • Lisa debuts her experiment called "Airborne pheromones and aggression in bullies" at the 12th Annual Big Science Thing. (Season 12 episode Bye, Bye Nerdie)
    • Bubble On O' Melting Pot
      • Essay, finalist in Reading Digest's Patriots of Tomorrow Essay Contest. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
    • Butterflies Are Free
      • Marge's presentation at school in flashback sequence. (Season 2 episode The Way We Was)
    • Cess Pool On The Potomac
      • Essay by Lisa Simpson, revised version of her original version, finalist in Reading Digest's Patriots of Tomorrow Essay Contest. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
    • The Emancipation Retraction
      • Fictional document supposedly written by Abraham Lincoln, after the Emancipation Proclamation. The curator of the Springfield Historical Society calls the document that Lisa finds, The secret confessions of Jebediah Springfield, a hoax, comparing it to the the Howard Hughes will, the Hitler diaries, and the Emancipation Retraction. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Iconoclast)
    • Gazebo Reservation Reform
      • When Lisa and her Mensa friends dress up as famous historical figures and go to the park to find their reserved gazebo taken, they draft a report and deliver it to Mayor Quimby. (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
    • How Gravity Works
      • Milhouse's science fair project, a slinky. (Season 4 episode Duffless)
    • The Inventor I Admire
      • Title of Bart's school presentation, about Homer, for inventing the Flaming Homer mixed drink. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Is My Brother Dumber Than A Hamster?
      • Lisa's science fair project. (Season 4 episode Duffless)
    • Jebediah Springfield: Super Fraud
      • Lisa's school paper, on which she receives an F. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Iconoclast)
    • Lift High Your Lamp, Green Lady
      • Essay, finalist in Reading Digest's Patriots of Tomorrow Essay Contest. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
    • The Little Universe
      • New name Bart gives Lisa's science project that evolves into a miniature civilization when he steals it and takes credit, winning the science fair. (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Genesis Tub)
    • My Confession By Bart Simpson
      • The name of the paper Bart writes admitting he cheated on the intelligence exam. (Season 1 episode Bart the Genius)
    • My Proposal By Bart Simpson
      • The name of the paper Bart begins to write as part of his plan to get back to his regular school. (Season 1 episode Bart the Genius)
    • The Roots Of Democracy
      • Essay by Lisa Simpson, original version she writes for Reading Digest's Patriots of Tomorrow Essay Contest. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
    • The Secret Garden: A Book Report By Lisa Simpson
      • Nelson Muntz trades Lisa's book report to private investigator Dexter Colt for his photo with Snow White. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Serious Research
      • Lisa finds a notebook called "Serious Research" at Joan Bushwell's Chimp Refuge in Africa, which contains pictures of monkeys from famous movies. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • USA, A-OK
      • Essay by Trong Van Dinh, finalist in Reading Digest's Patriots of Tomorrow Essay Contest. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
    • Wasting Squirrels With BB Guns
      • Nelson's science fair project. (Season 4 episode Duffless)
    • Will Cola Dissolve A Tooth?
      • Lisa's science project that evolves into a miniature civilization. (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Genesis Tub)
  • Event Centers
    • Butthead Memorial Auditorium
      • Auditorium at Springfield Elementary that they let the children name. (Season 6 episode Lisa on Ice)
    • Capital City Convention Center
      • Marge's old friend from high school Chloe Talbot invites Lisa to the Women's Conference at the Capital City Convention Center in Capital City. "Sexy Asian Girls Talk About Wage Disparity" (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
    • Concert For The Deaf
      • During her life on the lam, Homer's mother Mona volunteered to help deaf people. (Season 15 episode My Mother the Carjacker)
    • Raleigh-Durham Skoal Bowl
      • Site of Hullabalooza music festival. (Season 7 episode Homerpalooza)
    • Springfield Arts Center
      • Local community center in Springfield mentioned on TV news report: "A fire in Springfield rages through Symphony Hall, The Springfield Museum of Natural History, The Springfield Arts Center and Barney's Bowlarama." (Season 1 episode Moaning Lisa)
    • Springfield Center For The Performing Arts
      • Also known as Springfield Performing Arts Center. Host of World Class Wrestling. (Season 2 episode Bart the Daredevil) Krusty the Clown in Sunrise at Campobello (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
    • Springfield Civic Auditorium
      • Location of The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular! "Tonight: Gala Spectacular. Tomorrow: Alternate Lifestyle Senior Prom." (Season 7 episode The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular!)
    • Springfield Convention Center
      • Ovenfresh Industries sponsors the Oven Fresh Bakeoff contest at the Springfield Convention Center, brought to you by the Ovenfresh Flour family of products, including Li'l Fatso Cupcakes, Drizzlers Gravies, American Pride Radar-Guided Missile Systems and Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food. The winner becomes the new face of of Auntie Ovenfresh. Marge: Clever presentation is as important as taste. "Warning: First ten rows may get fat" (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Springfield Fairgrounds
      • Site of the Hullabalooza music festival. (Season 7 episode Homerpalooza)
  • Exercise and Weight Loss Products
    • The Abdominator
      • Exercise equipment at the All night Gym, where Homer gets trained by McBain actor Rainier Wolfcastle. (Season 9 episode King of the Hill)
    • Dr. Nick Riviera's Gym Pills
      • Jar of pills in Homer's box of sports equipment in the basement. (Season 2 episode Brush With Greatness)
    • The Glutemus Maximizer
      • Exercise product in Homer's box of sports equipment in the basement. (Season 2 episode Brush With Greatness)
  • Fairs, Festivals and Parades
    • Annual Jellyfish Festival
      • The residents of Springfield celebrate the return of the stinging red jellyfish with the Annual Jellyfish Festival every year on the "3rd Tuesday of May sweeps", featuring a dance called The Jellyfish Cotillion. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Bandanna Days
      • After a photograph of Bart mooning the American flag goes viral, conventions and festivals and award shows pulls out of Springfield. (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
    • Bart's Comedy Jam
      • Comedy festival Bart hosts in the Simpsons' house to boost Krusty's confidence, featuring the all new comedy stylings of Krusty the Clown. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Brother Faith's Revival
      • The Simpsons crash into a church festival. (Season 11 episode Faith Off)
    • Cinco Do Ocho
      • Annual festival that Homer mentions, a day made for lovers. Lovers, not widowers, like Ned Flanders. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Do What We Say Festival
      • Annual festival in Springfield started by German settlers in 1946, replaced by the new Do What You Feel Festival. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child)
    • Do What You Feel Festival
      • Welcome change from the Do What We Say Festival, started by German settlers in 1946. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child)
    • Duff Days
      • Beer festival. "A lost weekend for the whole family" (Season 11 episode Pygmoelion)
    • Evergreen Terrace Rummage Sale
      • Neighborhood-wide event in Springfield, Saturday at 10am. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors)
    • Festival of Books
      • Festival that the Simpsons visit for Lisa's birthday. Banner: "This banner available on audio tape" (Season 12 episode Insane Clown Poppy)
    • Forbidden Film Festival
      • Bart and Milhouse sell tickets for $5 to let kids watch Comic Book Guy's secret stash of bootleg videos. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Free Health Fair
      • "Welcome cheapskates!" (Season 9 episode Bart Star)
    • Hullabalooza 1996
      • Music festival coming to Springfield, advertised in the Suicide Notes music store. "The greatest music festival of all time." (Season 7 episode Homerpalooza)
    • Jazz Fest
      • Poster in Lisa's bedroom. (Season 1 episode Moaning Lisa)
    • Knoxville World Fair 1983
      • Label on Homer's cigar that he smokes at the movie theater. There was a World's Fair in Knoxville in 1982, but not 1983. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare)
    • Laugh Til You Care Comedy Festival
      • Comedy festival at the Springfield amphitheater, where Krusty bombs big time with old racist jokes. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Medieval Faiyieyre New record added 5/28/2021
      • Springfield Elementary Medieval festival. (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
    • Milkshake Festival New record added 5/18/2021
      • When Bart gets dangerously overweight, the family leaves him at home to attend the Milkshake Festival. (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Mountain Music Festival
      • The Mountain Music Festival takes place March 14-18 on Mt. Useful, a strategic granite reserve. (Season 8 episode Mountain of Madness)
    • The Mustache Parade
      • Parade that Homer tells Lenny he heard the phrase he chants, "We're here, we're queer, we don't want any more bears!" (Season 7 episode Much App About Nothing)
    • The Paprika Festival
      • After a photograph of Bart mooning the American flag goes viral, conventions and festivals and award shows pulls out of Springfield. (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
    • Protestant Youth Festival New record added 5/28/2021
      • Marge takes Bart to the Protestant Youth Festival sway him away from converting to Catholicism. (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
    • Scotchtoberfest
      • Fake festival that Principal Skinner makes up as part of his sting to catch Bart pranking Groundskeeper Willie. (Season 6 episode Bart's Girlfriend)
    • Springfield Art Fair
      • Also known as Springfield Art Exhibition. Bald Adonis, Marge's painting of Homer in his underwear, wins first place at the Springfield Art Fair. (Season 2 episode Brush With Greatness)
    • Springfield Chili Cook-off
      • Annual event in Springfield where Homer gets drunk and makes a fool of himself. "Please lick spoons clean after each use" (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Springfield County Fair
      • Homer finds a Silver Ticket in a package of Farmer Billy's bacon, entitling him to judge the pig competition at the Springfield County Fair. (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
    • Springfield Elementary Annual Christmas Pageant
      • Annual Christmas pageant at Springfield Elementary. (Season 1 episode Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire)
    • Springfield Film Festival
      • The town approves Marge's proposal to hold a film festival in Springfield to increase tourism. (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
    • Springfield Founders Festival
      • Lisa makes an appearance ot the Springfield Founders Festival Parade as Little Miss Springfield, on the Laramie Jr. Cigarettes float. (Season 4 Lisa the Beauty Queen)
    • Springfield Founders Festival Parade
      • Lisa makes an appearance ot the Springfield Founders Festival Parade as Little Miss Springfield, on the Laramie Jr. Cigarettes float. (Season 4 Lisa the Beauty Queen)
    • Springfield Laugh 'N' Brew
      • Local comedy club the Channel 6 Action News weatherman mentions during his report. (Season 6 episode Lisa on Ice)
    • Springfield Lettuce Festival New record added 5/24/2021
      • Kent Brockman mentions the upcoming Springfield Lettuce Festival during his report from the court house. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • Springfield Preparatory School Annual Fair
      • After Homer steals the Olympic torch and Marge gives it back, the Simpsons stumble on the Springfield Preparatory School's fundraiser Annual Fair. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Springfield Renaissance Faire
      • Festival in Springfield where a fortune teller tells Lisa about her future husband Hugh Parkfield. (Season 6 episode Lisa's Wedding)
    • State Fair
      • Annual festival in Springfield where Lisa's school band competes against the Ogdenville band. "Veterans admitted free" (Season 11 episode Saddlesore Gallactica)
    • The Taste of Springfield Festival
      • Food festival where the restaurant owners of Springfield to whom Homer gave bad reviews plan to kill Homer with a poisoned pastry, created by the chef from The French Confection. "Fine Dining in a Bee-Filled Atmosphere" (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • The Tongue Kissing Festival
      • Annual festival that Homer mentions, a day made for lovers. Lovers, not widowers, like Ned Flanders. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Yahoo Serious Festival
      • Movie festival from the Down Under fad in America. (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia)
  • Farms
    • Groovy Grove Natural Farm
      • The Hippie commune that Homer's mother ran off to when, according to Abe, life with him became a living hell. (Season 10 episode D'oh-In' in the Wind)
    • Mt. Swartwelder Historical Cider Mill
      • Local landmark the Simpsons visit instead of watching the World Series. "Now 40% Quainter" (Season 8 episode Burns, Baby Burns)
  • Fast Food-Burgers
    • Berger's burgers
      • Burger joint where Marge used to work, wearing roller skates, when she and Homer were dating. (Season 3 episode I Married Marge)
    • Big T Burgers & Fries
      • Fast food restaurant in Springfield. One of the big T's in Springfield shown when the Springfield Cat Burglar reveals that he hid all the money he stole under a big T in Springfield. (Season 5 episode Homer the Vigilante)
    • Burger Plate New record added 6/7/2021
      • Restaurant chain where Homer takes the kids while looking for Marge, on their way to stay with their country cousins. (Season 17 episode Bonfire of the Manatees)
    • Burgers n' Fries
      • Burger joint on the boardwalk near the manatees. (Season 17 episode Bonfire of the Manatees)
    • Dim Willie's New record added 6/7/2021
      • Restaurant chain Lisa's sick of eating at that she's never even heard of. (Season 17 episode Bonfire of the Manatees)
    • IRS Burger
      • When IRS busts Krusty, they seize Krusty Burger and change the name. (Season 7 episode Bart the Fink)
    • Krusty Burger
      • Krusty the Clown's fast food restaurant, from various episodes.
      • Homer stops for lunch (Season 2 episode Old Money)
      • The official meat flavored sandwich of the 1984 Olympics. (Season 4 episode Lisa's First Word)
      • Homer smells a Krusty Burger restaurant on an offshore oil rig. (Season 5 episode Boy Scouts N the Hood)
      • Homer goes through the drive through. (Season 5 episode Secrets of a Successful Marriage)
      • Homer takes Marge out for dinner and dancing in the drive through. (Season 6 episode And Maggie Makes Three)
      • The police go through the drive through. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 2)
      • Homer orders Breakfast Balls. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors)
      • Homer orders a party size bucket of flan. (Season 12 episode Treehouse of Horror XI - segment Night of the Dolphin)
      • Eco-radical group Dirt First protest on the roof. (Season 12 episode Lisa the Tree Hugger)
      • Homer goes through the Krusty Burger drive through. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
      • The Simpsons discuss the identity of Pie Man while eating at Krusty Burger. (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
  • Fast Food-Chicken
    • Krusty Fried Chicken
      • Krusty's restaurant in China. (Season 16 episode Goo Goo Gai Pan)
    • Shakespeare's Fried Chicken
      • Fast food restaurant in Springfield.
      • After only eating vegetables for a night, the Simpsons binge on meat, including Shakespeare's fried chicken. (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
      • Otto eats a bucket of fried chicken while he repairs the blood bank bus. (Season 2 episode Blood Feud)
      • Abe and Homer's dinner in flashback sequence. (Season 2 episode The Way We Was)
  • Fast Food-Mexican
    • Taco Malo
      • Mexican food truck at Broken Ankle Park. (Maggie Simpson in Playdate with Destiny)
    • TacoMat
      • Where Bart wants to spend the $100 he inherited from Great Aunt Hortense. "100 tacos for $100" (Season 7 episode Bart the Fink)
  • Fast Food-Other
    • Beer Garden
      • Beer stand at the Springfield Chili Cook-off. "Proof of age or exact change required" (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Chili
      • Fast food chili truck that drives through the Simpsons neighborhood in the heat of summer, selling red hot Texas style chili, and ginger ale, boiling' hot Texas style ginger ale. (Season 6 episode Bart of Darkness)
    • Der Krazy Kraut
      • Fast food restaurant where Otto's girlfriend Becky works - Otto proposes to her in his school bus in the drive thru lane, playing the Poison song Every Rose Has It's Thorn. (Season 11 episode It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge)
    • Drink!
      • Snack vendor at the carnival where Mr. Burns takes his date Gloria. (Season 13 A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love)
    • Elvis Pretzel
      • Restaurant in the food court at Springfield Mall. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Fast Food
      • Fast food restaurant in the Mall, from the Itchy and Scratchy cartoon Screams from a Mall. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • Fleet-A-Pita
      • Fast food restaurant that Marge's old investment group The Investorettes chooses to invest in at the Springfield Franchise Expo. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • Gulp 'N' Blow
      • Fast food burger joint, one of the several jobs in a string of jobs that Homer gets after leaving the Fun Center, before finally being hired at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. (Season 3 episode I Married Marge) Fast food restaurant where Sideshow Mel works when Krusty's show gets canceled. (Season 4 episode Krusty Gets Kancelled) New sponsor of Reverend Lovejoy's church after he agrees to let Mr. Burns to run the church like a business. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • Kentucky Fried Panda
      • Fast food restaurant devastated by a runaway log with Lisa's head on it. "Finger ling-ling good" Parody of Kentucky Fried Chicken. "Hemp hemp hooray!" (Season 12 episode Lisa the Tree Hugger)
    • Khlav Kalash (food cart)
      • Food cart in New York City where Homer eats, along with a large quantity of crab juice - their only other beverage option being Mountain Dew, which Homer refuses to drink. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
    • Popcorn
      • Truck that falls into sinkhole when Marge suggests the town spend Mr. Burns' money on fixing up Main Street. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
    • Pretzel Wagon
      • Snack cart business that Marge chooses to invest in at the Springfield Franchise Expo. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • Skobo's New record added 6/7/2021
      • Restaurant chain Lisa's sick of eating at that she's never even heard of. (Season 17 episode Bonfire of the Manatees)
    • Snack Shack New record added 6/7/2021
      • Fast food on the boardwalk near the manatees. (Season 17 episode Bonfire of the Manatees)
    • Snacks
      • Snack bar at the Springfield Airport. (Season 9 episode The Joy of Sect) Snack vendor at the carnival where Mr. Burns takes his date Gloria. (Season 13 A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love) Snack bar at the Springfield Civic Center. (Season 14 episode How I Spent My Strummer Vacation)
  • Film Production Companies
    • Ay Carumba Entertainment
      • Bart's production company for his Angry Dad web comic: "Bart-toon Presentations in association with Ay Carumba Entertainment" (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
    • Bart-toon Presentations
      • Bart's production company for his Angry Dad web comic: "Bart-toon Presentations in association with Ay Carumba Entertainment" (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
    • Burns' Celluloid Whimsies
      • Film production company behind Ned Flanders' religious movie Tales of the Old Testament. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • By the Numbers Productions
      • Film production company behind midseason TV show Police Cops. (Season 10 episode Homer to the Max)
    • Consolidated Pictures
      • Principal Skinner shows the children the 1938 classic mirth-making film The Christmas that Almost Wasn't But Then Was, produced by Consolidated Pictures. (Season 12 episode Skinner's Sense of Snow)
    • Court Ordered Productions
      • After getting pulled over in her Canyonero, Marge has to watch a driving film called Road Rage: Death Flips the Finger, created by Court Ordered Productions. (Season 10 episode Marge Simpson in Screaming Yellow Honkers)
    • Creature Works
      • Randall Curtis's special effects company, creator of Star Wars parody Cosmic Wars. Parody of Industrial Light & Magic. "If you dream it, we can make it" (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Gentleman's Relief Productions New record added 6/7/2021
      • Production company behind Lemoney Lick-it: A Series of Horny Events, the porno that Fat Tony films in the Simpsons' house. (Season 17 episode Bonfire of the Manatees)
    • Ginormous Pictures
      • No description available
    • Hans Moleman Productions
      • Hans Moleman's film production company, company behind the film he enters in the Springfield Film Festival, Man Getting Hit by Football. (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
    • ISS Studios
      • Itchy & Scratchy's production company. (Season 2 episode Itchy & Scratchy & Marge)
    • Itchy & Scratchy Productions
      • Itchy & Scratchy cartoon production studio. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • Kang and Kodos Productions
      • Kang and Kodos complain about being left out of the Halloween show, but then get a phone call about doing an ad for Old Navy instead. (Season 12 episode Treehouse of Horror XI)
    • Kiosk Productions
      • Flanders now has a kiosk in Springfield Mall selling personalized movies. He shows Homer the one he made for his son Rod. "Kiosk Productions presents an outer space adventure starring you” Homer buys a movie for Lisa for her birthday. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • KrustyLu Studios
      • Krusty's studio.
      • Bart and Lisa try to get Krusty to cast Buck McCoy in something. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
      • Krusty's production studio. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
      • Krusty's production studio. (Season 4 episode Krusty Gets Kancelled)
      • Krusty demands Roger Meyers fix Itchy & Scratchy by adding a new character - Poochy. (Season 8 episode The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochy Show)
      • Krusty quits show business at a press conference to announce he's quitting show business, and then, his triumphant return to comedy. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
      • Krusty retires for the fifth and final time. (Season 12 episode Day of the Jackanapes)
      • Krusty donates costumes to Praiseland. (Season 12 episode I'm Goin' to Praiseland)
      • Lisa competes on Krusty's singing competition Li'l Starmaker. "Not affiliated with American Idol, we've never even heard of American Idol." Auditions held at Springfield Mall. "Warning: We're looking for cute not creepy" Homer writes songs for Lisa until she fires him, and he takes on another contestant named Cameron, also known as Johnny Rainbow. The competition takes place at Krustylu Studios. Lisa writes her own song called Always My Dad, so powerful that she makes the Applause-O-Meter cry battery acid. Homer sabotages Cameron by writing the song Privileged Boy. (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
    • Lampwick Studios
      • Chester J. Lampwick's animation studio, studio behind Manhattan Madness, the first Itchy cartoon ever made. (Season 7 episode The Day the Violence Died)
    • Li'l Write-offs
      • Lisa shows her family a video of her orphan Ronaldo, made by a company called Li'l Write-offs. (Season 13 episode Blame it on Lisa)
    • Med-Films
      • Film production company behind Troy McClure's medical film Someone's in the Kitchen with DNA. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • Monotone Pictures
      • Miss Hoover shows the class a Monotone Pictures movie from the early sixties called The Moon of Earth. (Season 8 episode The Secret World of Lisa Simpson)
    • Nostalgia Licensing Corporation
      • Company behind the Bonanza show at Springfield Mall, featuring a couple of the actors that portrayed Indians on the TV show Bonanza. (Season 8 episode The Homer They Fall)
    • Paramountie Studios
      • Canadian movie studio, currently filming Canadian Graffiti, Rainier Wolfcastle's Undercover Hero and Curling for Loonies. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Pharm-er John's Productions
      • Marge and Lisa demand answers about the cost of prescription drugs from Pharm-er John's Pharmaceuticals. They are shown a film made by Pharm-er John's Productions. (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
    • Pink Pony Productions
      • When Lisa speaks into the camera in her spoof of The Blair Witch Project, she says, "Copyright Pink Pony Productions. Visit us on the web at Lisathemovie.com" (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • PolyStar Pictures
      • Movie studio behind Mel Gibson's remake of Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. (Season 11 episode Beyond Blunderdome) Movie studio behind Sara Sloane's new movie The Zookeeper's Wife. "No artistic integrity beyond this point" (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Precious memories
      • Film production company that films Homer and Ned's impulse wedding during their gambling trip to Las Vegas. (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • Regional Geographic
      • Company that presents Birds: Our Fine Feathered Colleagues, the nature film that Bart watches in order to learn how to take care of the eggs he found in a nest after accidentally killing their mother. Parody of National Geographic. (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
    • Rental Films
      • Production company behind Young Jebediah Springfield, a film about the founder of Springfield. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Iconoclast)
    • Sideshow Bob Enterprises
      • Sideshow Bob's production company. (Season 1 episode Krusty Gets Busted)
    • Troubled Production
      • Film studio behind the Radioactive Man movie. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
  • Financial Services
    • A-1 Discount Broker
      • Financial broker in Springfield. "Our commissions offset your losses." (Season 6 episode Homer vs. Patty and Selma)
    • AAABest Bail Bonds
      • Product mentioned in the end credits of The Poke of Zorro, the movie that the Simpsons watch at Springfield Googolplex Theaters. "The producers would like to thank: AAABest Bail Bonds" (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
    • Bail
      • Generic bail bond service near Dexter Colt's office, the private investigator that Moe recommends to Homer to find out more about Lisa, the guy that Moe uses whenever he's gotta know something about a broad. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Bail Bonds
      • Generic bail bond service on the wrong side of the tracks where Bart ends up after running away from Thanksgiving dinner. (Season 2 episode Bart vs. Thanksgiving)
    • Cayman Islands Offshore Holding Corporation
      • Company Krusty stamps on the back of the check Bart wrote him, which Bart complains to the bank about, getting Krusty in trouble with the IRS. (Season 7 episode Bart the Fink)
    • Coach's Hotline
      • Hotline you can call to get winning football teams. 1-909-WIN-BIG. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
    • Confederated Slaveholdings
      • Company in Mr. Burns' stock portfolio, which hasn't been updated since 1929. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)
    • Hopping Mad Collection Agency
      • Letter sent to Bart after he makes several long distance calls to Australia. (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia)
    • I.P.O. Friday's
      • Homer goes to I.P.O. Friday's at Springfield Mall to invest his life savings in 500 shares of Animotion Incorporated, which promptly declares "super duper bankruptcy". (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • Insta-Threat
      • When Dr. Hibbert tells Homer he'll hire a collection agency to collect the money he owes him, Homer asks, "Which one - Tri-City, Omni-Pay, Insta-Threat? I've beaten them all!" (Season 15 episode Smart.
    • Let's get fiscal Financial planning
      • The Simpsons visit a financial planner. (Season 11 episode Homer vs. Dignity) New sponsor of Reverend Lovejoy's church after he agrees to let Mr. Burns to run the church like a business. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • Omni-Pay
      • When Dr. Hibbert tells Homer he'll hire a collection agency to collect the money he owes him, Homer asks, "Which one - Tri-City, Omni-Pay, Insta-Threat? I've beaten them all!" (Season 15 episode Smart.
    • OTB
      • Off Track Betting service that Homer, Bart and Lisa pass while Mother's Day shopping. "Twenty on the trifecta?" (Season 15 The Fat and the Furriest)
    • Rudy's Bail Bonds
      • Bail bond service in the background when Marge suggests the town spend Mr. Burns' money on fixing up Main Street. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
    • Scratch For Cash
      • Lottery ticket Homer buys at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 3 episode Lisa's Pony)
    • Springfield Auction House
      • Auction house Bart visits when he skips school - he buys a painting for $2.3 million. "Formerly Vacant Lot" (Season 5 episode The Boy Who Knew Too Much)
    • Springfield Collection Agency
      • Company that comes knocking on The Simpsons' door looking for Ned Flanders. (Season 3 episode When Flanders Failed)
    • Springfield Title, Co-op
      • Store near the mailbox where Bart mails Homer's letter to Mr. Burns. (Season 2 episode Blood Feud)
    • Tam O'Shanter Tax Preparation
      • Financial service on the Miracle Mile in Springfield. The oversized advertising mascot comes to life and attacks the town. (Season 7 episode Treehouse of Horror VI - segment Attack of the 50 Ft Eyesores)
    • Tri-City
      • When Dr. Hibbert tells Homer he'll hire a collection agency to collect the money he owes him, Homer asks, "Which one - Tri-City, Omni-Pay, Insta-Threat? I've beaten them all!" (Season 15 episode Smart & Smarter)
  • Fire and Rescue Services
    • Springfield Fire Department
      • The SPFD responds to the fire at the Simpson house. (Season 4 Homer the Heretic) (Season 9 episode The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilans)
    • Springfield Volunteer Fire Department
      • Firefighters that rush to Principal Skinner's house after he starts a fire in the kitchen making burgers for Superintendent Chalmers. (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield)
  • Flower Shops
    • Flowers
      • Generic flower shop across the street from The Android's Dungeon. (Season 2 episode Three Men and a Comic Book)
    • Flowers By Irene
      • Van parked outside the Simpsons House, front for the FBI. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Howard's Flowers
      • Flower shop where Homer buys a rose for Marge after she calls KBBL therapist Dr. Marvin Monroe and complains about how he goes by appreciate her on the air. (Season 1 episode Some Enchanted Evening) Flower shop in the background when Kodos and Kang arrive in Springfield. (Season 3 episode Treehouse of Horror II)
    • Springfield Flower Shop
      • Store in background. (Season 6 episode The Springfield Connection)
    • Thorn Valley Roses
      • Homer gets dragged upside down from an airplane through a rose field after fighting with Fantastic Dan the skywriter. (Season 10 episode I'm With Cupid)
  • Flowers, Plants and Trees
    • Crackleberry
      • Mr. Burns withdraws a $1000 bill from the Bank of Springfield automatic teller machine to buy peanuts, which he calls crackleberries. (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • Crap Weeds
      • Homer's name for roses that wouldn't smell as sweet as roses, because they're called crap weeds. (Season 9 episode The Principal and the Pauper)
    • Lindenberry
      • After a change in medication, Abe Simpson has an episode running naked through the streets, shouting all sorts of crazy things, including that he has lindenberries. (Season 14 episode Moe Baby Blues)
    • The Merciless Peppers of Quetzlzacatenango
      • Chili peppers in Chief Wiggum's chili, grown deep in the jungle primeval by the inmates of a Guatemalan insane asylum. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Porno Bush
      • Bush in the Garden of Eden. (Season 10 episode Simpsons Bible Stories)
    • Stench blossoms
      • Bart's name for roses that wouldn't smell as sweet as roses, because they're called stench blossoms. (Season 9 episode The Principal and the Pauper)
    • Sumatran Century Flower
      • The Simpsons visit the Springfield Botanical Gardens in time to witness the blooming of the Sumatran Century Flower. "Our stamens are a pistil!" (Season 14 episode Moe Baby Blues)
  • Food
    • Astronaut Bread
      • When Marge is in the hospital recovering from her ski trip accident, Homer does the grocery shopping, returning with Maple Soda, a toy plastic phone filled with candy, Astronaut Bread that comes in a tube and Aerosmith's Sweet Emotions breakfast cereal. (Season 11 episode Little Big Mom)
    • Backtack
      • Bart and Nelson discuss the food that they don't have as they float down the river on a raft, including corn pone, fatback, hardtack, fat pone, corntack, tackback and backtack, from the Singing Hobo's Tom and Huck story. (Season 12 episode Simpson Tall Tales)
    • Bag 'o Cheese
      • Snack product on the shelf at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Baking Soda
      • Generic cooking product. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer) The only thing in the Simpsons refrigerator when Homer goes looking for beer. (Season 7 episode Much App About Nothing)
    • Bancroft English Muffins
      • Selma cuts out a coupons the night she hangs out with Homer and Marge while Patty goes out with Principal Skinner. (Season 2 episode Principal Charming)
    • Bart Simpson Butter
      • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Bart Simpson Cheese
      • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Bay State Fish Sticks
      • Company that buys the Li'l Lisa Recycling Plant from Mr. Burns. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)
    • Beans
      • Generic food product seen in the Withstandinator, the bomb shelter for sale at the Military Antiques store. (Season 9 episode Treehouse of Horror VIII - segment The HΩmega Man) Can Homer eats, looking like a hobo, which Marge mistakes for a hobo costume. It isn't. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment The Terror of Tiny Toon) Generic cans of beans that Homer cooks on his barbecue grill - still sealed in the can. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin') Generic canned food in the Simpsons cupboard. (Season 12 episode A Tale of Two Springfields) Can in Sideshow Bob's storage unit apartment. (Season 12 episode Day of the Jackanapes) Generic food product Agnes Skinner buys at CostMo Foods grocery store. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • Beer Roll Ups
      • Marge puts away the groceries - Fruit roll ups for Bart, Beer roll ups for Home, Chili and Burly paper towels: "Putting away groceries is like opening presents from yourself." (Season 13 episode The Blunder Years)
    • Blubber Helper
      • Food product in Marge's novel The Harpooned Heart. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Buck McCoy Farm Fresh Eggs
      • Movie cowboy Buck McCoy themed product. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Budget Club Mushroom Soup
      • Soup that Marge buys to save money. (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
      • Bart and Lisa land their runaway RV on the Turkish freighter Star of Ankara, transporting Season One Northern Exposure DVDs to Kahramanmaras. Marge convinces the captain to turn around by offering him a trunkload of Budget club mushroom soup. (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
    • Butter
      • Butter product featuring the image of Sacagawea. (Season 15 episode Margical History Tour)
    • Canned Food
      • Generic food product seen in the Withstandinator, the bomb shelter for sale at the Military Antiques store. (Season 9 episode Treehouse of Horror VIII - segment The HΩmega Man)
    • Cheesus H. Rice
      • Cheesy rice product that Homer and Bart pick up at the grocery store when Homer decides to gain 60 lbs in order to qualify as disabled. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • Chef Lonely Heart's Soup For One
      • Can of chicken noodle soup that Mrs. Krabappel buys at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 3 episode Bart the Lover)
    • Chili (canned food)
      • Generic canned food in the Simpsons cupboard. (Season 12 episode A Tale of Two Springfields) Generic food product Agnes Skinner buys at CostMo Foods grocery store. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari) Marge puts away the groceries - Fruit roll ups for Bart, Beer roll ups for Home, Chili and Burly paper towels: "Putting away groceries is like opening presents from yourself." (Season 13 episode The Blunder Years)
    • Choco Cheese
      • Snack product on the shelf at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Condensed Homeland Noodles with Uncle Sam Balls
      • After a photograph of Bart mooning the American flag goes viral, America turns on the Simpsons, and then Springfield, Apu transforms Kwik-E-Mart into an explosion of red, white and blue, going so far as renaming canned food products. (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
    • Corntack
      • Bart and Nelson discuss the food that they don't have as they float down the river on a raft, including corn pone, fatback, hardtack, fat pone, corntack, tackback and backtack, from the Singing Hobo's Tom and Huck story. (Season 12 episode Simpson Tall Tales)
    • Cottage Cheese New record added 5/18/2021
      • When Bart gets dangerously overweight, Marge feeds him a heart healthy snack - generic cottage cheese. (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Cream of Toast
      • Food becomes hard to come by after the bag boys strike - Homes digs through the cabinets, finding some interesting old stuff. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • Dinner-ables
      • Prepackaged dinners that Marge serves the kids. (Season 14 episode 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky)
    • Farmer Homer's Sweet Sweet Sugar
      • When Homer and Bart come upon a jackknifed sugar truck, Homer steals 500 pounds and decides to sell it. (Season 6 episode Lisa's Rival)
    • Firehouse Ned's 5 Alarm Chili
      • No description available
    • Flour
      • A depressed Homer eats out of a generic bag of flour at home because he doesn't deserve sugar. (Season 2 episode Wizard of Evergreen Terrace) Generic flour product in the candy store where Bart and Milhouse go wild. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Frogurt
      • Frozen yogurt sold at the House of Evil store. It's cursed. (Season 4 episode Treehouse of Horror III - segment: Clown Without Pity)
    • Fruit Roll Ups
      • Marge puts away the groceries - Fruit roll ups for Bart, Beer roll ups for Home, Chili and Burly paper towels: "Putting away groceries is like opening presents from yourself." (Season 13 episode The Blunder Years)
    • Garlic Pickles
      • Generic pickle jar in Mr. Burns' lunch bag that nobody at the nuclear power plant can open for him. (Season 10 episode D'oh-In' in the Wind)
    • Hurricane Chow
      • Product high in demand at Kwik-E-Mart when Hurricane Barbara is coming. Formerly Cat Chow. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)
    • Krill
      • Product sold at the 33¢ store. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Krusty Brand Duck Sausage Pizza
      • Pizza that Marge buys at the grocery store. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Krusty Brand Imitation Gruel
      • Food served to the children at Kamp Krusty. "9 out of 10 orphans can't tell the difference." (Season 4 episode Kamp Krusty)
    • Krusty Brand Slender Vittles
      • Low-cal microwavable TV dinners that Marge leaves for Homer and the kids when she goes out for the evening to audition for a play. (Season 4 episode A Streetcar Named Marge)
    • Krusty Burger Inc. Coleslaw
      • Nelson and his buddies fling expired coleslaw at Principal Skinner's house. (Season 8 episode Lisa's Date with Density)
    • Krusty-olio
      • Canned noodle product, parody of Chef Boyardee that Mrs. Krabappel eats in her apartment. (Season 3 episode Bart the Lover)
    • Lady Crustnots Finger Sandwiches
      • Marge buys snacks for the new tennis court at the Springfield Grocery Store. (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
    • Liquid Smoke
      • Generic brand of liquid smoke that Homer uses to make his patented, space-age, out of this world Moon Waffles. (Season 4 Homer the Heretic)
    • Macaroni & Cheese
      • Generic pasta product on shelf at CostMo Foods grocery store. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • Mama Celeste Frozen Pizzas
      • When Marge fantasizes about the Burley paper towel lumberjack, Homer fantasizes about Mama Celeste: "You touch me and I cut you." (Season 13 episode The Blunder Years)
    • Mama Quinta's Pizza
      • Frozen pizza product that Homer and Bart pick up at the grocery store when Homer decides to gain 60 lbs in order to qualify as disabled. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • MM-MM
      • Spice product that Marge uses when cooking pork chops for the Simpson family. (Season 2 episode Itchy & Scratchy & Marge)
    • Ms. Butterworth's Syrup
      • New version of Mrs. Butterworth's Syrup featuring a product resembling a much younger woman, talking on a cell phone and carrying a briefcase, which Lisa retrieves from the refrigerator to put on Marge's pancakes. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Much Ado About Stuffing
      • Stuffing product that Homer and Bart pick up at the grocery store when Homer decides to gain 60 lbs in order to qualify as disabled. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • Nice Spice
      • Spice product that Marge uses when cooking pork chops for the Simpson family. (Season 2 episode Itchy & Scratchy & Marge)
    • Nuts
      • Can in Homer's desk drawer at work. (Season 9 episode Lost Our Lisa)
    • Nuts And Gum
      • Snack food Homer eats. Together at last! (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy)
    • Oven Roasted Cud
      • Food product sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. "It's packed in its own drool" (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Ovenfresh Flour
      • Ovenfresh Industries sponsors the Oven Fresh Bakeoff contest, brought to you by the Ovenfresh Flour family of products, including Li'l Fatso Cupcakes, Drizzlers Gravies, American Pride Radar-Guided Missile Systems and Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Peanuts
      • Bag in Homer's desk drawer at work. (Season 9 episode Lost Our Lisa)
    • Pickled Eyelids
      • Bulk products in Mr. Burns' prison cafeteria pantry. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Plankton
      • Homer tastes a generic Plankton product at the 33¢ store. According to the Mexican Council of Food, it expired two years ago… and it can cause Red Tide poisoning. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Portion Time: Vegetarian with Apple Sauce
      • Vacuum packed lunch product that Lisa bought at the gas station. "It's the kind John Glenn eats when he's not in space." (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • Powersauce Bar
      • Energy bar with advertising featuring McBain actor Rainier Wolfcastle. "Unleash the power of apples"(Season 9 episode King of the Hill)
    • Powersauce Bulk Pack
      • Product Homer buys at Rainier Wolfcastle's estate sale. (Season 14 episode The Strong Arms of the Ma)
    • Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food
      • Ovenfresh Industries sponsors the Oven Fresh Bakeoff contest, brought to you by the Ovenfresh Flour family of products, including Li'l Fatso Cupcakes, Drizzlers Gravies, American Pride Radar-Guided Missile Systems and Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food. "Tastier than a human heart" Kent Brockman: The favorite from Zihuatanejo to Popocatepetl. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Rice
      • Economy size package of rice sold at retail warehouse club Monstro Mart. (Season 5 episode Homer and Apu)
    • Shrimp Casings
      • Bulk products in Mr. Burns' prison cafeteria pantry. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Simpson's Own Marinara Sauce
      • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Spinach
      • Canned food Moe eats in his squalid apartment. (Season 14 episode Moe Baby Blues)
    • Sugar
      • Bag of sugar product made by the Motherloving Sugar Corp. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge) Homer says he's been carrying around a sack of sugar to become a better father, but it turns out to be a real baby - cut to Cletus with a sack of sugar and no baby. (Season 14 episode Barting Over)
    • Super Bread
      • The Simpsons equivalent of Wonder Bread, served at Moe's Super Sunday brunch Spectacular, along with baloney. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
    • Swanson Angry Man Dinner
      • Sponsor of Dr. Foster's Juvenile Aggression Study that a young Ned Flanders participated in. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)
    • Tackback
      • Bart and Nelson discuss the food that they don't have as they float down the river on a raft, including corn pone, fatback, hardtack, fat pone, corntack, tackback and backtack, from the Singing Hobo's Tom and Huck story. (Season 12 episode Simpson Tall Tales)
    • Tendon Loaf
      • Bulk products in Mr. Burns' prison cafeteria pantry. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Toast Points
      • Episode Behind the Laughter.
    • ToMacco
      • Homer's radioactive super crop. (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
    • Tubbb!
      • Food product that Homer and Bart pick up at the grocery store when Homer decides to gain 60 lbs in order to qualify as disabled. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer) Snack food Homer eats watching Saturday morning TV. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors) Boxes in the Kwik-E-Mart store room. (Season 7 episode Much App About Nothing)
    • TV Dinner
      • Generically named frozen dinner product sold at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 3 episode Bart the Lover)
    • The Vita-Peach Health Log
      • The Powersauce Bar's arch rival. (Season 9 episode King of the Hill)
    • Waffle Mix
      • Generic brand of waffle mix that Homer uses to make his patented, space-age, out of this world Moon Waffles. (Season 4 Homer the Heretic)
  • Food Companies
    • Ah Fudge!
      • Chocolate factory in Springfield, from various episodes.
      • Springfield Elementary field trip, which Bart misses because he forgot his permission slip. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
      • Company featured with a booth at the Taste of Springfield Festival. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
      • Booth at the Springfield County Fair. (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
    • Allied Biscuit
      • Cracker factory that Luann Van Houten mentions, that was more successful than the cracker factory that Kirk managed, Southern Cracker. (Season 8 episode A Milhouse Divided)
    • Banana Co.
      • Chief Wiggum shows off the comm room when the children tour the police station, pointing out the banana stickers on the radio, including real companies Chiquita and Del Monte, as well as fake companies Banana Co., Peel King and Gorilla's Choice. (Season 8 episode The Secret World of Lisa Simpson)
    • The Butter Baby Flapjack Company
      • Company that sponsored Abe when he attempted to climb The Murderhorn, the highest mountain in Springfield. (Season 9 episode King of the Hill)
    • Cracker Factory
      • Episode Skinner's Sense of Snow.
    • Duff Brewery
      • Duff finds a new Duff spokesperson to replace Duffman - the Simpsons' dog, Santa's Little Helper. Now known as Suds McDuff. (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
    • Duff Brewing Corporation
      • Duffman sues his company. Duffman vs. Duff Brewing Corporation "Duffman's pension has been mismanaged, oh yeah! "(Season 13 The Frying Game)
    • The Dusseldorf Gum Works
      • Candy plant where Uter says his father works. (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield)
    • Farmer Billy's Bacon Factory
      • Farmer Billy: Do you love that soo-weet smell of Farmer Billy's Bacon? Would you like to see how a pig goes from loving life to your fork and knife? Well, if you open up one of these packages and find a golden ticket, you get a tour of Farmer Billy's Bacon Factory!
    • Gorilla's Choice
      • Chief Wiggum shows off the comm room when the children tour the police station, pointing out the banana stickers on the radio, including real companies Chiquita and Del Monte, as well as fake companies Banana Co., Peel King and Gorilla's Choice. (Season 8 episode The Secret World of Lisa Simpson)
    • Jolly Gummi Bears
      • Company at the Candy Industry Trade Show that makes gummi bears, gummi calves heads, gummi jaw breakers, and the rarest gummi of all, the gummi Venus de Milo, which Homer steals. "They hibernate in your colon" (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
    • Koobler
      • Stand in for Food company Keebler. Homer muses that if Marge wins the Ovenfresh Bakeoff and becomes Auntie Ovenfresh, he'll get to meet all of the food personalities... Mr. Cashew, The Koobler dwarfs, Snip, Crinkle and Poof, Twinkle the Kidd. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Krusty-O Cereal Corp.
      • Corporation behind Krusty-O's cereal. (Season 6 episode Round Springfield)
    • Lush Valley Winery
      • When Bart and Lisa tour Cosmic Wars Ranch, Homer and Marge tour the winery across the street. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Marshmallows
      • Barney steals a jetpack, and crashes into the roof of the Pillow Factory, and then gets run over by a Marshmallows truck. (Season 5 episode Deep Space Homer)
    • Matsumura Fishworks
      • One of the parent companies of Mr. Sparkle, the Japanese dish detergent with what looks like a picture of Homer on the box. (Season 8 episode In Marge We Trust)
    • Osaka Seafood Concern
      • Fish warehouse where the Simpson go to work to earn enough money to fly home. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Ovenfresh Industries
      • Ovenfresh Industries sponsors the Oven Fresh Bakeoff contest, brought to you by the Ovenfresh Flour family of products, including Li'l Fatso Cupcakes, Drizzlers Gravies, American Pride Radar-Guided Missile Systems and Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Peanut Factory
      • Bart's elephant Stampy goes on a rampage through town, busting into the Peanut Factory. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets an Elephant)
    • Peel King
      • Chief Wiggum shows off the comm room when the children tour the police station, pointing out the banana stickers on the radio, including real companies Chiquita and Del Monte, as well as fake companies Banana Co., Peel King and Gorilla's Choice. (Season 8 episode The Secret World of Lisa Simpson)
    • The Popcorn Shack
      • Popcorn store at the Springfield Mall. (Season 1 episode Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire)
    • Poppin' Fresh
      • The Simpsons version of Pillsbury. High on ether, Mr. Burns hallucinates that Homer is the Poppin' Fresh brand mascot. (Season 7 episode Team Homer)
    • Scammer & Z-Dog New record added 5/18/2021
      • Springfield Elementary installs new Scammer & Z-Dog vending machines - the same marketing team behind Hip-Hopsicles "The urban popsicle", featuring Scarf-ables products, including Krishna Krisps, Amazonkers, Lollapalollipops, Dalai Lamanade, Choco-Nards and Everlasting Copkillaz. Lisa reads the ingredient list for Krishna Krisps: "Hydrogenated petroleum oil, monosodium poisonate, partially de-weaponized plutonium" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Seth & Munchie's
      • Homer's mother's old hippie commune Groovy Grove Natural Farm's juice company, the largest organic juice company in Springfield. (Season 10 episode D'oh-In' in the Wind)
    • Slaughter House
      • After Homer complains about his family and his unfulfilled dreams on Taxicab Confessions, the Simpsons pack his bag and drive him out to the middle of nowhere, passing the Mental Institution, the Slaughter House and Santa's Village, before finally dropping him off at The Rolling Stones' Rock n' Roll Fantasy Camp. (Season 14 episode How I Spent My Strummer Vacation)
    • Southern Cracker
      • Cracker factory where Kirk Van Houten works, until he gets fired for being single, because it's a family business. "The dryyyyyy cracker" (Season 8 episode A Milhouse Divided)
    • Springfield Oatmeal Works
      • No description available
    • Table Time
      • Cracker factory that Luann Van Houten mentions, that was more successful than the cracker factory that Kirk managed, Southern Cracker. (Season 8 episode A Milhouse Divided)
    • The Tea Factory
      • Factory in Springfield. One of the big T's in Springfield shown when the Springfield Cat Burglar reveals that he hid all the money he stole under a big T in Springfield. (Season 5 episode Homer the Vigilante)
    • Trout Hatchery
      • Homer crashes his car into a fish farm. (Season 5 episode The Last Temptation of Homer - deleted scene)
    • Union Carbide
      • Marge serves the family genetically modified vegetables for dinner, all grown by the vegetable division of Union Carbide. (Season 3 episode Weekend at Burnsie's)
  • Forests
    • Deep Dark Woods
      • Forest where Bart and Lisa get kidnapped by a witch like Hansel and Gretel in Grimm's Fairy Tales. (Season 12 episode Treehouse of Horror XI - segment Scary Tales Can Come True)
    • Springfield Forest
      • The Springfield Police search for Homer after he disappears. "
Witch-Free since 1998" (Season 12 episode The Computer Wore Menace Shoes)
    • Springfield National Forest
      • Lisa goes on a bike ride looking for inspiration for her fiercely pro-American essay. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
  • Fraternities and Sororities
    • Alpha Tau
      • Smithers' college fraternity. (Season 3 episode I Married Marge)
    • Chug-A-Lug House
      • Fraternity featured in the movie School of Hard Knockers, the movie Homer watches on TV to learn more about campus life before he goes to college. (Season 5 episode Homer Goes to College)
    • Kappa Gamma Tau
      • Back on the Springfield University campus, Homer attempts to prank the dean, but is interrupted by fraternity guys playing a prank on him. "Last in grades, first in pranks" (Season 11 episode Faith Off)
    • Sigma Chi
      • Dr. Nick's college fraternity. (Season 4 episode Homer's Triple Bypass)
    • Sigma Chi Sigma
      • Trying to outdo Homer in the Christmas spirit, Ned Flanders rents out his home to a fraternity. (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
  • Fruits and Vegetables
    • Corn
      • Canned vegetable product in the Simpson kitchen. (Season 5 episode Homer and Apu) Generic canned food in the Simpsons cupboard. (Season 12 episode A Tale of Two Springfields) Generic food product Agnes Skinner buys at CostMo Foods grocery store. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • Corn Nog
      • One of the few canned items left after the town raids Kwik-E-Mart when Hurricane Barbara is coming. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)

    • Dirty Hoe Brand Seed Corn
      • After Lisa's genetically modified potato eats a carrot, Marge decides to grow all of their vegetables herself. (Season 3 episode Weekend at Burnsie's)
    • Frozen Corn
      • Generic frozen vegetable product in the Simpson refrigerator when Homer attaches a tent to keep cool in the heat of summer. (Season 6 episode Bart of Darkness)
    • Frozen Peas
      • Generic frozen vegetable product in the Simpson refrigerator when Homer attaches a tent to keep cool in the heat of summer. (Season 6 episode Bart of Darkness)
    • Honey-glazed Cauliflower
      • Snack product on the shelf at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Lima Beans
      • Generic package of frozen vegetables that Lisa serves Brt for dinner. (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter)
    • Onions?
      • Product sold at the 33¢ store. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Organic Vittles New record added 5/18/2021
      • Cletus' farm stand outside Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
    • Peaches
      • Grub Tom Arnold eats on the Operation Exodus starship evacuating the Earth after the Y2K disaster. (Season 11 episode Treehouse of Horror X - segment Life's a Glitch, Then You Die)
    • Pickles
      • Generic pickle product that Homer eats. (Season 4 Lisa the Beauty Queen)
    • Schuman Farms Head Of Lettuce
      • Produce Lisa finds in the Flanders' refrigerator, which she at first thinks is a Human head, because that's all she can read of the label until she wipes off the condensation. (Season 6 episode Bart of Darkness)
  • Fuel Companies
    • Creak Oil
      • No description available
    • Standard Oil
      • Oil company that Mr. Burns mentions that was once owned by a half-eaten breakfast. (Season 14 episode C.E. D'oh)
  • Funeral Homes, Mortuaries and Morgues
    • Joe's Crematorium
      • Bart answers the phone, "Joe's Crematorium. You kill ‘em, we grill ‘em." (Season 3 episode Stark Raving Dad)
    • The Lucky Stiff Funeral Home
      • Location of Marge's great aunt Gladys' funeral in Littleneck Falls. Sign out front: "We put the fun in funeral" (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • Sales From The Crypt
      • Abe wins the talent show at his retirement home, and a coupon for a free autopsy at a local funeral home. (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
  • Furniture Products
    • DisCabineTion 2000
      • Homer and Marge's record cabinet. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Funzo's Lower Back Pain Chair
      • Funzo-themed chair. Funzo, as in the soft and cuddly toy with lots of firepower made by Kid First Industries. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)
    • Spine Melter 2000
      • $2000 vibrating massage chair that Homer wants to buy. (Season 3 episode Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?)
  • Furniture Stores
    • 99 Cents Furniture Store
      • Furniture store in New York City. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
    • Bobo All Night Furniture Store
      • Furniture store where Homer goes looking for marriage advice. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Gary's Waterbed Warehouse
      • The Mohican that Bart's Pre-Teen Braves meets tells them that their land used to stretch from Krusty Burger down to Gary's Waterbed Warehouse. (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
    • Hammock
      • Street vendor that sells Homer a hammock that creates clones. "I must warn you - this is not ordinary hammock. Its webbing is a mesh of comfort and evil." (Season 14 episode Treehouse of Horror XIII - segment Send in the Clones)
    • The Hammock Hut
      • One of the hammock stores that Hank Scorpio recommends when Homer asks him to buy some business hammocks for his team, located in the Hammock Complex, in the Cypress Creek Hammock District. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • Hammocks-R-Us
      • One of the hammock stores that Hank Scorpio recommends when Homer asks him to buy some business hammocks for his team, located in the Hammock Complex, in the Cypress Creek Hammock District. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • Put Your Butt There
      • One of the hammock stores that Hank Scorpio recommends when Homer asks him to buy some business hammocks for his team, located in the Hammock Complex, in the Cypress Creek Hammock District. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • The Seatery
      • Furniture store where Herb buys Homer the vibrating massage chair he wanted. (Season 3 episode Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?)
    • Something Wicker This Way Comes
      • Furniture store next door to The Vast Waistband, the store where Homer goes to buy new clothes after gaining 60 lbs to qualify as disabled. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer) Seen in the background in various episodes. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
  • Games
    • Bombardment
      • Bible question board game played at the Flanders house. (Season 7 episode Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily)
    • Pai Gow
      • Card game Bart and Lisa play. (Season 8 episode Burns, Baby Burns)
    • Quang Jong
      • Card game Bart would rather play that the game he and Lisa are playing - Pai Gow. (Season 8 episode Burns, Baby Burns)
    • Scrabbleship
      • Game that Homer and Bart play - cross between Scrabble and Battleship. (Season 13 episode The Old Man and the Key)
    • Space Patrol
      • The Simpson kids play a game called Space Patrol, where Lisa is the devil may care rocket pilot Lissouie, Maggie is Maggina, her spunky sidekick, and Bart is Bartron, the evil robot from Mars, gone berserk. (Season 7 episode The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular! - The Tracey Ullman Show clip)
    • Stay Outta My Way
      • Homer Simpson: I thought we were gonna play fun games at camp.
        Moe Szyslak: Here's one - it's called Stay Outta My Way.
        (Season 15 episode The Way We Weren't)
    • Whippin' Cupcakes
      • Game Bart plays in his room, throwing cupcakes on the wall over his bed. (Season 8 episode Simpsoncalifragilisticexpialad'ohcious)
    • Wiggle Puppy
      • Game Ralph Wiggum plays - a dog he he made up that flies by wagging his tail. (Season 9 episode This Little Wiggy)
  • Gangs
    • The Cobras
      • After watching a movie parody of Rebel Without a Cause featuring a motorcycle gang called the Cobras, Homer starts his own gang called Hell's Satans. Other names considered include The Devil's Pals and Christ Punchers. But as it turns out, there's already motorcycle gang called Hell's Satans out of Bakersfield. (Season 11 episode Take My Wife, Sleaze)
    • Hell's Satans
      • After watching a movie parody of Rebel Without a Cause featuring a motorcycle gang called the Cobras, Homer starts his own gang called Hell's Satans. Other names considered include The Devil's Pals and Christ Punchers. But as it turns out, there's already motorcycle gang called Hell's Satans out of Bakersfield. (Season 11 episode Take My Wife, Sleaze)
    • The Hole in The Ground Gang
      • Zombie Billy the Kid's gang. (Season 14 episode Treehouse of Horror XIII - segment The Right to Creep and Scare Harms)
    • The Hole in The Underwear Gang
      • Bart and his friends' gang. "No girls!" (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
    • Los Souvenir Jacquitos
      • Gang that confronts Abe Simpson in Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 13 episode The Old Man and the Key)
  • Gift Shops
    • Another Damn Candle Cart
      • Kiosk in Springfield Mall. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Clay Jars
      • Store at the Springfield Squidport. (Season 12 episodes The Great Money Caper, New Kids on the Blecch)
    • Five & Dime
      • Gift shop in Itchy & Scratchy Land. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Gift Land
      • Gift shop at Springfield Mall. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Gifts
      • Gift shop in the Mall, from the Itchy and Scratchy cartoon Screams from a Mall. (Season 4 episode The Front) Store in the background at the Springfield Squidport. (Season 12 episodes New Kids on the Blecch, New Kids on the Blecch)
    • Goose's Gags and Gifts
      • After failing to sell shirts at his Fun Shirts booth the Springfield Novelty Expo, Bart runs into the owner of Goose's Gags and Gifts, who becomes his new business partner. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Karma-ceuticals
      • Homer takes Lisa to a New Age store where they end up in sensory deprivation tanks. (Season 10 episode Make Room For Lisa)
    • Kumbersome Key-chains
      • Kiosk in Springfield Mall. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Make Your Child a Movie Star
      • Flanders now has a kiosk in Springfield Mall selling personalized movies. He shows Homer the one he made for his son Rod. "Kiosk Productions presents an outer space adventure starring you” Homer buys a movie for Lisa for her birthday. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Mug On a Mug
      • Kiosk in Springfield Mall. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Planet Blocko
      • Gift shop at Blocko Land, the amusement park made entirely of Blocko brand assembly fun blocks. (Season 12 episode Hungry, Hungry Homer)
    • Put a Swear On a Hat
      • Kiosk in Springfield Mall. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Safari Hut
      • Gift shop at Blocko Land, the amusement park made entirely of Blocko brand assembly fun blocks. (Season 12 episode Hungry, Hungry Homer)
    • South O' The Equator Gift Shoppe
      • Gift shop in Australia where Marge and Lisa shop in Australia. "Pedro sez: Eet's high koala-T!" (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia)
    • Teenage Wasteland
      • Store the Simpsons visit. "Springfield's #1 hobby shop" (Season 14 episode 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky)
    • Things Unnecessary
      • Gift shop in the Springfield Heights Promenade, the rich people's mall in Springfield, where Homer buys himself a talking astrolabe. (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
    • Your Picture On a Rembrandt
      • Cart selling custom art at the Springfield Heights Promenade, the rich people's mall in Springfield. (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • The Council of Alphas
      • Lisa's Mensa friends that take over the town after Mayor Quimby abdicates his position. (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
    • Department of Nuclear Security
      • Government agency inspecting the power plant when Homer crashes his car into the building. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Department of Traffic Control New record added 6/8/2021
      • Homer gets a traffic ticket in the mail, with a picture of him driving the car eating a donut and reading Cat Fancy magazine. (Season 17 episode Milhouse of Sand and Fog)
    • Division of Paranormal Activities
      • FBI department where Agents Mulder and Scully work. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • The Empire
      • Instead of action, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace parody movie Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow features two hours of political intrigue, with the Empire's Galactic Senate calling roll for numerous star systems. One star system representative that resembles an AT-AT from Star Wars proposes an amendment to Space bill number 371. When told to wait it's turn, it sits down and reads an Evening Standard newspaper. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • The Federal Highway Commission
      • Simpsons version of The Federal Highway Administration. "The Federal Highway Commission has ruled the Canyonero unsafe for highway or city driving." (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Galactic Senate
      • Instead of action, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace parody movie Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow features two hours of political intrigue, with the Empire's Galactic Senate calling roll for numerous star systems. One star system representative that resembles an AT-AT from Star Wars proposes an amendment to Space bill number 371. When told to wait it's turn, it sits down and reads an Evening Standard newspaper. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • The International Drainage Commission
      • Organization that Bart makes up when he places several long distance calls to various locations south of the equator to ask them which direction their toilets drain. (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia)
    • Juvenile Court of Justice
      • Court where Bart is tried for Grand Theft Auto.
    • Project Boy Band
      • L.T. Smash of Star Blitzzz Promotions creates a new boy band in Springfield featuring Bart and his friends called The Party Posse, signing them to Classified Records. As it turns out, it's all part of a Navy recruitment program called Project Boy Band. (Season 12 episode New Kids on the Blecch)
    • Springfield Board of Health
      • Poem that Homer writes when Moe's bar is closed down by the Springfield Board of Health. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • Springfield Municipal Court
      • Court that hears Homer's lawsuit against Mr. Burns. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets Hit by a Car)
    • Town Jubilation Committee
      • Moe reports Lisa for spreading lies about Jebediah Springfield. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Iconoclast)
    • Wompanog Indians
      • Government agency Homer calls when Maggie goes missing. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
  • Grocery Stores
    • Bert's Market
      • Store in the background. (Season 11 episode Homer vs. Dignity)
    • CostMo Foods
      • Homer takes the kids grocery shopping when Marge takes Maggie to the emergency room after swallowing a Time magazine. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • Eatie Gourmet's
      • Grocery store The Simpsons visit after church to eat all the samples, what Homer calla traditional Sunday brunch. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Grocery
      • Grocery store in the background when movie cowboy Buck McCoy stops a robbery at the National Bank of Springfield. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Just Vinnegar
      • Store at the mall. (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy)
    • Market
      • Homer takes Stimu-Crank pep pills that he buys at a roadside store simply called Market to stay awake on his and Bart's truckdriving adventure, balancing them out with generic Sleeping Pills. (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • Monstro Mart
      • Store grand opening featuring an appearance by Krusty the Clown. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous) Retail warehouse club where Marge and Apu go shopping. (Season 5 episode Homer and Apu)
    • Pone, Pelts and Beyond
      • Store where Bart and Nelson buy lard pone and egg pone, from the Singing Hobo's Tom and Huck story. (Season 12 episode Simpson Tall Tales)
    • The Red Grocer

      • Grocery store where Marge says she heard of The Slaughterhouse, the disgusting new restaurant decorated with hanging steer carcasses and a fountain of blood that Lisa wants to protest against. (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • Springfield Grocers
      • Grocery store in Springfield. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child, Season 8 episode Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment)
    • Springfield Grocery Store
      • After stopping a thief the night before, Marge tries out a few daredevil moves instead of her regular shopping routine. (Season 6 episode The Springfield Connection) Marge fits 32 grocery bags in the Simpsons new Canyonero F Series SUV. (Season 10 episode Marge Simpson in Screaming Yellow Honkers) Chief Wiggum and Lou go grocery shopping. (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
    • Springfield Nutrition Center
      • Store where Homer buys Massive Weight Gain Powder to gain 60 lbs to qualify as disabled. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • Vinegar Parlor
      • Vinegar store in Springfield flashback. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
  • Gum
    • Bart Simpson Gum
      • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Bubble Crum
      • The gum with the cracker center, that Homer buys at Kwik-E-Mart. "It's crun-chewy!" (Season 9 episode Girly edition)
    • Fun Gum
      • Candy product on the candy aisle in Kwik-E-Mart when Apu acts as Bart and Milhouse's personal shopper after they come in with a fifty dollar bill. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Krusty Brand Chew Goo Gum-like Substance
      • Product Krusty mentions on his show: "We knew it contained spider eggs, but the hantavirus, well, that really came out of left field." (Season 11 episode Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder)
  • Gun Stores
    • Bloodbath & Beyond Gun Shop
      • Gun store in Springfield. (Season 9 episode The Cartridge Family)
    • Bloodbath And Beyond Gun Shop
      • No description available
    • Sportacus Sporting Goods
      • Sporting goods store in Springfield. (Season 9 episode Bart Star) New sponsor of Reverend Lovejoy's church after he agrees to let Mr. Burns to run the church like a business. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
  • Halls, Opera Houses and Theaters
    • Acrobatic Theater
      • The Simpsons attend an acrobatic performance while in China. "The show ain't over 'til the thin man in drag shrieks" (Season 16 episode Goo Goo Gai Pan)
    • Albuquerque Theater
      • Mr. Smithers travels to New Mexico to stage his Malibu Stacy musical production. (Season 11 episode Homer vs. Dignity)
    • Big T Theatre
      • Music venue in Springfield, featuring Ice-T with Booker-T in concert. One of the big T's in Springfield shown when the Springfield Cat Burglar reveals that he hid all the money he stole under a big T in Springfield. (Season 5 episode Homer the Vigilante)
    • Bijou
      • Theater in the famous Shelbyville Theater District. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Capital City Amphitheater
      • Site of Hullabalooza music festival in Capital City. (Season 7 episode Homerpalooza)
    • City Theater
      • Location of the Yahoo Serious Festival, a movie festival from the Down Under fad in America. (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia)
    • Fox
      • Theater in Capital City. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Garden
      • Theater in Capital City. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Grand
      • Theater in the famous Shelbyville Theater District. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Lilli Langtry Theater
      • Theater in Mr. Burns' mansion, location of the Burns' Heir Auditions. (Season 5 episode Burns' Heir)
    • Lyric
      • Theater in the famous Shelbyville Theater District. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Olympic
      • Theater in the famous Shelbyville Theater District. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Opera House
      • Generic theater in the movie The Poke of Zorro, the movie that the Simpsons watch at Springfield Googolplex Theaters. (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
    • Palace
      • Different theaters, from various episodes.
      • Theater in the famous Shelbyville Theater District. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
      • Theater in Capital City, featuring the brand new multimillion dollar musical Stop the Planet of the Apes, I want to Get Off! starring Troy McClure. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Radio City Music Room
      • Location of The Simpsons spin-off TV show The Simpson Family Smile-Time Variety Hour. (Season 8 episode Simpsons' Spin-Off Showcase)
    • The Shelbyville Mid-Size Venue
      • Marquee: The Shelbyville Mid-Size Venue presents The Be Sharps. Special added attraction Gary Glacier.(Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet - deleted scene)
    • Springfield Amphitheater
      • Local venue featuring the Laugh til You Care Comedy Festival. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • The Springfield Bowl
      • Ned takes his new movie star girlfriend to the Springfield Bowl for a John Williams concert. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Springfield Civic Center
      • Local event center in Springfield, from various episodes.
      • Location of the ceremony where Homer receives the Montgomery Burns Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Excellence. (Season 3 episode Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?)
      • Location of the Annual Cartoon Awards ceremony. (Season 4 episode The Front) Charity Bachelor Auction. (Season 9 episode The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilans)
      • The Rolling Stones headline the Concert for Planet Hollywood at the Springfield Civic Center. (Season 14 episode How I Spent My Strummer Vacation)
    • Springfield Coliseum
      • Event center in Springfield.
      • Location of the Spinal Tap concert in Springfield. (Season 3 episode The Otto Show)
      • Site of the Hi & Lois Signing, which Comic Book Guy mentions to Bart when Bart shows up at the Android'd Dungeon to buy back his soul. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
      • Tatum vs. Simpson: Payback (Season 8 episode The Homer They Fall)
      • Bart sneaks out of the house to attend the Murder 4 Life Benefit all star concert at Springfield Coliseum, featuring rappers Da Glock Pointaz, Romeo Smoov, Queen Booty Shaykah, M.C. Champagne Millionaire and Assault Weapon Magazine's Man of the Year - Alcatraaaz. "No gang colors (except red)" (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • Springfield Concert Hall
      • After a humiliating trip to the famous Shelbyville Theater District, Marge convinces the Springfield Cultural Activities Board to upgrade Springfield's image by hiring architect Frank Gehry to build the new Springfield Concert Hall for the Springfield Philharmonic as "a $30 million screw you to Shelbyville". (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Swedish Auditorium
      • Professor Drink wins the Nobel prize in Physics. "Nobel Prize Ceremony ' Winners drink free!" (Season 15 episode Treehouse of Horror XIV - segment Frinkenstein)
    • Symphony Hall
      • Concert hall in Springfield mentioned on TV news report: "A fire in Springfield rages through Symphony Hall, The Springfield Museum of Natural History, The Springfield Arts Center and Barney's Bowlarama." (Season 1 episode Moaning Lisa)
    • Toad Hall
      • Place that a woman at the Springfield Formal Event mentions, inviting Homer and Marge to dine with her. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Vanderbilt
      • Theater in the famous Shelbyville Theater District. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
  • Hardware and Tools
    • All Purpose Electric Hammer
      • Homer invention. "For all your pounding needs” (Season 2 episode Wizard of Evergreen Terrace)
    • Bat Carousel Reversal Spray
      • Batman's bat-tool that he uses to outwit Clownface, also known as Krusty the Clown. (Season 14 episode Large Marge)
    • BBQ Pit Kit
      • The wisecracking sidekick from sitcom Toolin' Around is the spokesperson for the BBQ Pit Kit that Homer buys at Mom & Pop Hardware. (Season 10 episode Mom and Pop Art)
    • Cold Faithful
      • Brand of the Simpsons' new refrigerator motor. (Season 9 episode Natural Born Kissers)
    • Dirty Hoe Topsoil
      • No description available
    • Drain Bugger
      • Product sold at the State Fair in Springfield - a live bug that eats through drain clogs. (Season 11 episode Saddlesore Gallactica)
    • Jaclyn Smith Axe Heads
      • Product available at Sprawl-Mart. (Season 15 The Fat and the Furriest)
    • The Krusty Crowd Control Barrier
      • Krusty the Clown merchandise. "KRUSTY SEZ - GET BACK" (Season 6 episode Homie the Clown)
    • Krusty Tool Box
      • Krusty themed merchandise in Bart's room. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Li'l Chipper
      • Ned throws his gun in a miniature wood chipper to avoid shooting Homer as he saw in his Dead Zone vision - changing the future to one in which Homer destroys the town by pressing the core destruct button at the power plant. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment The Ned Zone)
    • Miracle Shears
      • Product sold at the State Fair in Springfield that can cut through a car door. (Season 11 episode Saddlesore Gallactica)
    • OmniGogs
      • Product sold at the State Fair in Springfield - eye protection goggles. (Season 11 episode Saddlesore Gallactica)
    • Paint
      • Free bucket of generic house paint Homer brings home that he got for being confused for the real Krusty the Clown. (Season 6 episode Homie the Clown) The crew of the Radioactive Man movie uses generic paint to horses to look like cows. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Paint Remover
      • Generically named product in the Simpson garage when Bart builds his soap box racer. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Steel Wool
      • Generic steel wool product sold at Mom & Pop Hardware. (Season 10 episode Mom and Pop Art)
    • Stern-A-Bond
      • Industrial glue in Homer's desk drawer at work that Bart uses to glue novelty props to his face. "Now with death grip", "Warning: in case of accidental ingestion consult a mortician." (Season 9 episode Lost Our Lisa)
    • Whip Balm
      • Product mentioned in the end credits of The Poke of Zorro, the movie that the Simpsons watch at Springfield Googolplex Theaters. "The producers would like to thank: The makers of Whip Balm" (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
    • Yellow Paint
      • Generic paint product Homer uses to track Lenny and Carl to their secret meeting. All he has to do is follow the yellow drip road. (Season 6 episode Homer the Great)
    • Zipp
      • Brand of spray paint that Bart and Martin use when Bart teaches him to act cool, so the other kids won't laugh at him. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets an F)
  • Hardware Stores
    • Builder's Barn
      • On the way in to Builder's Barn, Homer tells Bart that his dad used to take him to Johnson's Hardware, and that old man Johnson hung himself when they built this place. (Season 16 episode Don't Fear the Roofer)
    • Cinderblock Village
      • Lenny and Carl crash their cars into Costington's, inadvertently starting a riot complete with looting from various businesses in Springfield during a blackout. (Season 13 Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge)
    • Esther's Motor Shop
      • Store where Homer and Marge purchase a new refrigerator motor. Also for sale: Nightcrawlers, Fudge. (Season 9 episode Natural Born Kissers)
    • Hardware
      • Local hardware store in Springfield, from various episodes.
      • Hardware store in Springfield as Bart skateboards through town. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets Hit by a Car)
      • Whacking Day Sale (Season 4 episode Whacking Day)
      • Coffee shop from Cypress Creek: A Tale of One City, the film about the town Cypress Creek, a planned community designed for the workers of the Globex Corporation. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
      • Generic hardware store in the background when Homer gives back all the presents he stole from the residents of Springfield the night before. (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
      • Generic hardware store in the movie Left Below, a parody of Left Behind, about the rapture. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • Johnson's Hardware New record added 5/18/2021
      • On the way in to Builder's Barn, Homer tells Bart that his dad used to take him to Johnson's Hardware, and that old man Johnson hung himself when they built this place. (Season 16 episode Don't Fear the Roofer)
    • Krusty Home Depot
      • Ned tells marge he bought 2-for-1 stud detectors. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • The Ladder Barn
      • Store at Springfield Mall, near the Springfield Martial Arts Academy where Bart takes karate lessons. (Season 3 episode When Flanders Failed)
    • The Lumber King
      • Store in Springfield. (Season 9 episode Realty Bites)
    • Mom & Pop Hardware
      • Local hardware store where Homer buys the BBQ Pit Kit. "A subsidiary of Global Dynamics, Inc." (Season 10 episode Mom and Pop Art)
    • Plumbing Supplies
      • Store on John's killer tour of Springfield, where Lupe Velez bought the toilet she drowned in. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • Sneed's Feed & Seed
      • Farm supply store near the old Simpson farm. "Formerly Chuck's" (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
    • Springfield Hardware
      • Store near the mailbox where Bart mails Homer's letter to Mr. Burns. (Season 2 episode Blood Feud) Hardware store where Bart shakes up can of Duff beer using a paint shaker to get back at Homer for his numerous April Fool's Day pranks. (Season 4 episode So It's Come to This: A Simpsons Clip Show)
    • Springfield Lumber
      • Lumber yard that Homer passes on the way to the railroad track to get wood to rebuild Bart's treehouse. (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
  • Health Clubs, Massage and Spa Services
    • "Massage" Parlor
      • Massage parlor on the wrong side of the tracks. (Season 2 episode Bart vs. Thanksgiving)

    • All Night Gym
      • Homer gets trained by McBain actor Rainier Wolfcastle. (Season 9 episode King of the Hill)
    • Dr. Mas-seuss
      • Masseuse at the Stagnant Springs Health Spa. (Season 14 The Great Louse Detective)
    • Fab Abs
      • Gym in the neighborhood where Homer moves in with two gay guys. (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • Lugash's Gym
      • Lisa's gym teacher suggests a new coach for Lisa. "He's tough. He defected into East Germany.", "I make you star. I am Lugash." (Season 14 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
    • Mickey Mouse Massage Parlors
      • Massage parlor one of Homer's brother Herb's transient friends mentions: I owned Mickey Mouse massage parlors. Then those Disney sleazeballs shut me down. I said, 'I'll change the logo - put Mickey's pants on… Some guys you just can't reason with. (Season 3 episode Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?)
    • The Mingled Waters Health Spa
      • By taking a new car for a test drive at the Springfield Bentley car dealership, Homer gets a gift certificate for a three-hour getaway to The Mingled Waters Health Spa. (Season 7 episode Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily)
    • Stagnant Springs Health Spa
      • Where J. Lo hit P.Diddy upside the head with Gary Coleman. "Follow the Smell" (Season 14 The Great Louse Detective)
    • Weight Loss Center
      • Where Bart and Jessica stand out front eating ice cream. (Season 6 episode Bart's Girlfriend)
  • Healthcare-Other
    • Hair Loss Clinic
      • Cinic in the background when Marge suggests the town spend Mr. Burns' money on fixing up Main Street. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
    • The Happy Leech
      • Booth at the Springfield Renaissance Faire. "Bleed while-U-Wait" (Season 6 episode Lisa's Wedding)
    • John Ford Clinic For Alcoholic Cowboys
      • No description available
    • Simpson & Son Traveling Medicine Show
      • Abe and Homer's act to sell their Simpson & Son Revitalizing Tonic. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
    • The Springfield Blood Bank
      • Mr. Burns is a vampire, and he buys the Springfield Blood Bank for access to the blood. (Season 5 episode Treehouse of Horror IV - Segment Bart Simpson's Dracula)
    • Springfield Plasma Center
      • Medical clinic where Bart donates blood on Thanksgiving. Blood donors needed. We buy Blood. Turkey Day special $12.00. (Season 2 episode Bart vs. Thanksgiving)
  • High Schools
    • Aberdeen High School
      • When Professor Frink drains Loch Ness, they find Loch Ness High School's discarded homecoming float, declaring "Stomp Aberdeen!" (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Loch Ness High School
      • When Professor Frink drains Loch Ness, they find Loch Ness High School's discarded homecoming float, declaring "Stomp Aberdeen!" (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Shelbyville High School
      • Site of Marge's Forensics meet. (Season 2 episode The Way We Was)
    • Springfield High School
      • Local high school in Springfield.
      • Homer smokes marijuana in a flashback scene. (Season 3 episode Weekend at Burnsie's)
      • In Professor Frink's vision of the future, Bart and Lisa go to Prom. (Season 16 episode Future-Drama)
      • Homer & Marge's high school. (Season 2 episode The Way We Was)
      • Marge and her new friend attend a professional ballet at Springfield High School. (Episode Marge on the Lam)
      • Tonight: Professional Ballet. Tomorrow: Closed to fix gas leak. (Season 5 episode Marge on the Lam)
      • Mentioned. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns?)
      • Seen in Homer's flashback. (Season 7 episode Homerpalooza)
    • Tar Pits High
      • High school from the talking dinosaur TV show the Simpsons watch. (Season 3 episode Black Widower)
  • Historical Events
    • Deadly Meteor Shower
      • Recurring meteor shower named after its discoverer Professor Artemis Deadly, who was, ironically, killed in the shower of 1853. (Season 14 episode 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky)
    • Floor Mop Rebellion Of 1910
      • While in Washington D.C. for the Patriots Of Tomorrow Essay Contest, Lisa visits the Winifred Beecher Howe Memorial, a statue dedicated to an early crusader for women's rights that led the Floor Mop Rebellion of 1910, and had her face on a 75 cent piece coin. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
    • The Great Pig Scare In '87
      • The Simpsons haven't missed pork chop night since the Great Pig Scare in '87. (Season 2 episode One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish)
    • The Great Springfield Tire Yard Fire
      • Ongoing fire in Springfield, from 1966-1991, covered by Kent Brockman on his TV show Eye on Springfield. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's) After stealing all the Funzo toy dolls from everyone in town, Homer and the kids take the to the Springfield Tire Fire. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)
    • The Springfield Riot
      • Lenny and Carl crash their cars into Costington's, inadvertently starting a riot complete with looting from various businesses in Springfield during a blackout. (Season 13 Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge)
    • Veteran's Day Float Disaster Of '79
      • Tragic event during which five of the soldiers in Abe Simpson and Mr. Burns' World War II squad died. (Season 7 episode Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in The Curse of the Flying Hellfish)
  • Holidays
    • Christmas 2
      • New religious holiday that the department store Costington's created for last spring. (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
    • The Feast Of Maximum Occupancy
      • Holiday that Homer makes up when he calls in to work. (Season 4 Homer the Heretic)
    • Flaming Moe's Day
      • After Moe's new Flaming Moe mixed drink gets popular, Mayor Quimby declares a new holiday, on the same day as Veterans Day. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Giftsgiving
      • New holiday that department store Costington's brainstorms, eventually going with Love Day. (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
    • Love Day
      • New holiday that department store Costington's comes up with to get people to spend more money. (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
    • Marge Simpson Day
      • After an overworked and under appreciated Marge parks in the middle of the road on the Springfield Memorial Bridge, Mayor Quimby declares it Marge Simpson Day. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Oil Appreciation Day
      • New holiday in Springfield, created when oil is discovered beneath Springfield Elementary. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 1)
    • Spendover
      • New religious holiday like Passover that department store Costington's brainstorms, eventually going with Love Day. "Less talk, more presents" (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
    • Troy McClure Day
      • New holiday in Springfield. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
  • Home Furnishing Products
    • Anderson Septic Tanks
      • Poster on the wall in the offices of Van Brunt & Churchill Ad Agency, the company that created all of the giant characters that are wrecking the town. "If you like Ike, You'll love Anderson Septic Tanks" (Season 7 episode Treehouse of Horror VI - segment Attack of the 50 Ft Eyesores)
    • Bart Simpson Christmas Stocking
      • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Bart Simpson Coffee Mug
      • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • Bart Simpson Water Bottle
      • Bart Simpson-themed merchandise that KrustCo Enterprises sells when Barts gets famous, known as "The I Didn't Do It Boy". (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene)
    • The Be Sharps Coffee Mug
      • Merchandise sold to capitalize on the success of Homer's barbershop quartet, The Be Sharps. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet)
    • Eterna-log
      • The Simpsons version of a Duraflame Firelog, sold at Try-N-Save. (Season 7 episode Marge Be Not Proud)
    • Foil
      • Generic foil product in the candy store where Bart and Milhouse go wild. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • The Hick Tub
      • Pool model sold at Pool Sharks, the store where the Simpsons purchase their new pool. (Season 6 episode Bart of Darkness)
    • The Insta-rust
      • Pool model sold at Pool Sharks, the store where the Simpsons purchase their new pool. (Season 6 episode Bart of Darkness)
    • Krusty The Clown Bedspread
      • Krusty themed merchandise in Bart's room. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Krusty The Clown Clock
      • Krusty themed merchandise in Bart's room. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Krusty The Clown Coffee Mug
      • Krusty themed merchandise in Bart's room. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Krusty The Clown Lamp
      • Krusty themed merchandise in Bart's room. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Lazy Man Reclining Toilet Chair
      • Homer invention. (Season 2 episode Wizard of Evergreen Terrace)
    • The Lightning Magnet
      • Pool model sold at Pool Sharks, the store where the Simpsons purchase their new pool. (Season 6 episode Bart of Darkness)
    • Mary Worth Telephone
      • Telephone in Bart's room. (Season 5 episode Lady Bouvier's Lover)
    • Shroud Of Turin Beach Towels
      • Items that The Springfield Cat Burglar steals from Flanders. (Season 5 episode Homer the Vigilante)
    • Spiro Agnew Alarm Clock
      • Alarm clock featuring Spiro Agnew's arms as the arrows that Homer's mother Mona Simpson and her friends of the Springfield 7 use as a timer on the bomb at Mr. Burns' Germ Warfare Laboratory. (Season 7 episode Mother Simpson)
    • Stormin' Norman Commemorative Plates
      • Items that The Springfield Cat Burglar steals from Principal Skinner. (Season 5 episode Homer the Vigilante)
    • The Tinkler
      • Pool model sold at Pool Sharks, the store where the Simpsons purchase their new pool. (Season 6 episode Bart of Darkness)
    • Vend-A-Couch
      • Couch vending machine from the episode's couch gag. (Season 8 episode In Marge We Trust)
  • Home Furnishing Stores
    • Aladdin's Magic Carpets & Linoleum
      • Home furnishing store on the Miracle Mile in Springfield. The oversized advertising mascot comes to life and attacks the town. (Season 7 episode Treehouse of Horror VI - segment Attack of the 50 Ft Eyesores)
    • Alternative Knifestyles
      • Knife store in the neighborhood where Homer moves in with two gay guys. (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • Bestway Linen Supply
      • Bowling team at Barney's New Bowlarama. (Season 14 Pray Anything)
    • The Candle District
      • Store in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport that Marge mentions to Lisa, king where she wants to show off new hip togs. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Emil's Fluffy Pillows
      • Train car on the train to Springfield that Homer's brother Herb jumps on. (Season 3 episode Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?)
    • Frame Anything
      • Home furnishing store in Springfield Mall. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Houseware Warehouse
      • "Your super super-store store" (Season 8 episode Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment)
    • It blows: the air conditioner store
      • Store on Walnut Street in Springfield where Homer contemplates buying an air conditioner. (Season 9 episode Lisa's Sax)
    • Joe's Spoons
      • Hand carved spoon stand at the Springfield Chili Cook-off. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Lamps
      • Home furnishing store in the background when Bart shows Milhouse the $50 bill he won from his bet with Homer. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Mary Ann's Hammocks
      • One of the hammock stores that Hank Scorpio recommends when Homer asks him to buy some business hammocks for his team. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • Pool Sharks
      • Store where the Simpsons purchase their new pool. "Where the buyer is our chum" (Season 6 episode Bart of Darkness)
    • The Potholder Barn
      • Store that provides a potholder as a gift in the Simpsons' new neighbor's welcome basket. (Season 4 episode New Kid on the Block)
    • Prints
      • Home furnishing store at Springfield Mall. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Rags For Less
      • Store in the background when Kodos and Kang enslave the residents of Springfield. (Season 3 episode Treehouse of Horror II)
    • Señor Ding-dong's Doorbell Fiesta
      • Marge and the girls take a walk on the wild side doorbell shopping when Homer and Bart are off on their truckdriving adventure. (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • Slash-Co Knives
      • Knife company that sells knives door-to-door, one of the several jobs in a string of jobs that Homer gets after leaving the Fun Center, before finally being hired at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. (Season 3 episode I Married Marge)
    • Swing Low Sweet Chariot
      • Episode You Only Move Twice.
    • Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
      • One of the hammock stores that Hank Scorpio recommends when Homer asks him to buy some business hammocks for his team, located in the Hammock Complex, in the Cypress Creek Hammock District. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • Tongs Are Us
      • Store at Springfield Mall, near the Springfield Martial Arts Academy where Bart takes karate lessons. (Season 3 episode When Flanders Failed)
    • Vendette's
      • Store at Springfield Mall, near the Springfield Martial Arts Academy where Bart takes karate lessons. (Season 3 episode When Flanders Failed)
  • Home Maintenance Services
    • A-1 Chimney Sweeps
      • Pamphlet that Barney accidentally gives Marge, when he meant to give her a pamphlet for a rehab service. "Formerly Z-99 Chimney Sweeps", "Not found in yellow pages" (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Broken-Home Chimney Repair
      • After kicking Homer out of the house, Marge takes a drive, and everything reminds her of Homer, including this home maintenance service. (Season 5 episode Secrets of a Successful Marriage) Store in the background during Homer, Seth and Munchie's freak-out drive through Springfield. (Season 10 episode D'oh-In' in the Wind)
    • Mr. Plow
      • Homer's new business. (Season 4 episode Mr. Plow) Homer's old Mr. Plow jacket is visible in the closet. (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • Picture Perfect
      • The exciting world of frame nudging, opportunity at the Springfield Franchise Expo. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • Plow King
      • Barney's new plow business. (Season 4 episode Mr. Plow) Barney drives by in his old snow plow truck. (Season 9 episode Miracle on Evergreen Terrace)
    • Sunshine Carpet Cleaners
      • No description available
    • Surly Joe's Foundation Repair
      • Foundation repairman that Homer calls when one side of the house is sinking. The only foundation repair in town. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
    • Z-99 Chimney Sweeps
      • Pamphlet that Barney accidentally gives Marge, when he meant to give her a pamphlet for a rehab service. "Formerly Z-99 Chimney Sweeps", "Not found in yellow pages" (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
  • Hospitals
    • Bow Street
      • Address of Dr. Nick's Walk-in Clinic, the emergency room where Lisa takes Bart after he falls down the stairs. "As good as Dr. Hibbert" (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter)
    • Center For Geriatric Medicine
      • New hospital in Springfield. Grand Opening: Meet TV's Matlock! (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy)
    • Dr. Nick's Walk-in Clinic
      • Emergency room where Lisa takes Bart after he falls down the stairs. (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter)
    • El Clinico Magnifico
      • After Homer accidentally eases his own back pain by falling backwards over a trashcan, he decides to become a doctor - and patent his trashcan as a spinal adjustment medical device. (Season 12 episode Pokey Mom)
    • Hospital
      • Generic hospital from Itchy and Scratchy cartoon written by C. Montgomery Burns that explains why nuclear power is your friend. (Season 15 episode Fraudcast News)
    • InvasiCare Clinic
      • Hospital where Simpson family relative and female Chief of Complicated Surgery at the InvasiCare Clinic Dr. Simpson works that gives Lisa hope for her future after fearing she will be impacted by the defective Simpson gene. But it is only found in the Y chromosome, only affecting males. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • Krusty's Care Centers
      • Episode The Day of the Jacknapes.
    • Krusty's Kare Center
      • 3 years ago, Krusty pledged over a million dollars to start Krusty's Kare Center. To this day, Krusty has not given them a dime. (Season 12 episode Day of the Jackanapes)
    • Marvin Monroe Memorial Hospital
      • Hospital where Mr. Burns is taken, and where Homer tries to kill him. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 2)
    • Shelbyville Hospital
      • Local hospital in Shelbyville where Homer and Bart and their friends park Ned's RV so that it will get towed to the car impound lot. (Season 6 episode Lemon of Troy) A local woman gives birth to nine babies, overshadowing Apu and Manjula's recent octuplets. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin') Homer starts to head there but never makes it. (Season 12 episode Trilogy of Error)
    • Springfield Burn Ward
      • Hospital in Springfield that lets out a collective moan of satisfaction when flooded by Homer's latest art project. (Season 10 episode Mom and Pop Art)
    • Springfield Children's Hospital
      • Kent Brockman suggests that Pie Man may strike the Springfield Children's Hospital next, which is tossing out all its sick youngsters to make way for a new cosmetic surgery clinic. (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
    • Springfield General Hospital
      • Local hospital in Springfield from various episodes.
      • Mr. Burns passes out. (Season 2 episode Blood Feud)
      • Bart and Lisa meet daredevil Lance Murdock. (Season 2 episode Bart the Daredevil)
      • Abe Simpson has a heart attack. (Season 2 episode Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?)
      • Homer opens a can of beer that Bart shook up in a paint shaker. (Season 4 episode So It's Come to This: A Simpsons Clip Show)
      • Bart eats a jagged metal Krusty-O. (Season 6 episode Round Springfield)
      • Manjula gives birth to octuplets. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
      • Bart cracks his coccyx and has to wear a fanny cast. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)
      • Comic Book Guy has a cardiac episode, which he describes as the worst episode ever. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
      • Marge accidentally cuts off Homer’s thumb. (Season 12 episode Trilogy of Error)
      • Maggie swallows a Time magazine. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
      • Homer tears out his anterior cruciate ligament playing basketball. (Season 12 episode Children of a Lesser Clod)
      • Marge takes Homer to consult Dr. Hibbert regarding his constant snoring. (Season 13 episode Half-Decent Proposal)
      • Homer gets stitches in his eyes after being attacked by his murder of crows. (Season 3 episode Weekend at Burnsie's)
      • Bart's prank turns Homer into the Incredible Hulk. (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
      • Bart has an aquarium mishap. (Season 14 episode Brake My Wife, Please)
      • Dr. Hibbert treats Homer for alcohol poisoning. (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
      • After falling off of his moving car, David Byrne asks Moe to take him to the hospital. He doesn't. He kidnaps him Misery style. (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
      • Homer almost kills Ned Flanders by hitting him with the bowling ball he was using to get his frisbee off the roof. Ned wakes up with Dead Zone powers. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment The Ned Zone)
      • Selma recovers after being thrown out of Mr. Burns' car during his driving test. (Season 16 episode Goo Goo Gai Pan)
      • Bart is taken to the hospital after getting dangerously overweight due to eating too many Scammer & Z-Dog vending machine Scarf-ables products. "If the surgeon leaves it in you, it's yours" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
      • Bart goes into a coma after jumping out Patty and Selma's window trying to jump into the swimming pool. (Season 17 episode Treehouse of Horror XVI - B.I. Bartificial Intelligence)
    • Springfield Hospital
      • "Quality care or your autopsy is free" (Season 9 episode Lost Our Lisa) Mr. Burns writes a Bank of Springfield check to Springfield Hospital for $200,000 - which Homer gets credit for because he delivered it in person, receiving a wing named after him and a statue. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Springfield Organ Bank
      • When Gil is kicked out of the Springfield Men's Mission, he goes across the street to the Springfield Organ Bank and sells his eyes. "Ca$h for your eye$" (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
    • Springfield Presbyterian Hospital
      • Marge recovers after her ski trip accident on Mount Embolism. (Season 11 episode Little Big Mom)
  • Hospitals-Mental Health
    • Calmwood Mental Hospital
      • Mental hospital in Springfield.
      • Mental hospital in Springfield where Ned checks himself in after losing control and going off on the people of Springfield, and where he is reunited with his childhood psychologist Dr. Foster. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)
      • When everybody thinks Homer's roofer friend is imaginary, they put him in Calmwood Mental Institution. "We now treat March Madness" (Season 16 episode Don't Fear the Roofer)
    • Mental Institution
      • After Homer complains about his family and his unfulfilled dreams on Taxicab Confessions, the Simpsons pack his bag and drive him out to the middle of nowhere, passing the Mental Institution, the Slaughter House and Santa's Village, before finally dropping him off at The Rolling Stones' Rock n' Roll Fantasy Camp. (Season 14 episode How I Spent My Strummer Vacation)
    • New Bedlam Asylum
      • Mental hospital where Homer is committed after failing The Marvin Monroe Take Home Personality Test, which he had Bart complete for him. Sign out front: "Rest Home for the Emotionally Interesting". (Season 3 episode Stark Raving Dad) Label on clothing found when Mr. Burns' employees are cleaning up the highway. (Season 7 episode Mother Simpson)
    • The New Bedlam Wrongly Committed Hotline
      • Phone line Marge calls when she finds out that Homer is in the mental hospital. (Season 3 episode Stark Raving Dad)
    • Nut House
      • Mental hospital where Homer daydreams about dropping off Abe when he sounds crazy talking about his new job telling a cat and mouse what to do, when he's actually writing scripts for Itchy and Scratchy. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • Springfield asylum
      • Otto's girlfriend Becky drives Marge crazy, and Marge is declared insane and locked up. (Season 11 episode It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge)
  • Housing-Models
    • Ultrahouse 3000
      • A salesbot convinces Marge to upgrade their home to the new automated Ultrahouse 3000. "You'll never do housework again!" A division of Mega House. (Season 13 episode Treehouse of Horror XII - segment House of Whacks)
  • Housing-Other
    • Krusty Brand Low Income Housing
      • Bart's alarm clock: It is the 2nd of the month. If you live in Krusty Brand low income housing, your rent is due. (Season 15 episode I, Annoyed Grunt-Bot)
    • Springfield Men's Mission
      • After Duff finds a new Duff spokesperson to replace Duffman - the Simpsons' dog, Santa's Little Helper, the Simpsons go looking for Duffman at the Springfield Men's Mission. "We add God to your misery" (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly) Ned Flanders delivers sandwiches. "One hot and maybe a cot" (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
  • Ice Cream and Frozen Yogurt Flavors
    • The Ark
      • Menu item at Phineas Q. Butterfat's. "And God said gather ye two of every flavor, anoint them with 62 sauces, whipped cream, and nuts, and ye shall call it, The Ark." (Season 11 episode It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge)
    • Candy Warhol
      • Ice cream product sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. Parody of Ben & Jerry's Cherry Garcia. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Coffee Ice Cream
      • Generic ice cream in the cooler at Kwik-E-Mart where Apu chills his loins to increase the chances of impregnating Manjula. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Cruci-fixins
      • Topping table at the church's ice cream social. Flavors include Blessed Virgin Berry, Command-mint, Bible-Gum. (Season 12 episode I'm Goin' to Praiseland)
    • Desmond Tutti Frutti
      • Ice cream product sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. Parody of Ben & Jerry's Cherry Garcia. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Hip-Hopsicles New record added 5/18/2021
      • Springfield Elementary installs new Scammer & Z-Dog vending machines - the same marketing team behind Hip-Hopsicles "The urban popsicle", featuring Scarf-ables products, including Krishna Krisps, Amazonkers, Lollapalollipops, Dalai Lamanade, Choco-Nards and Everlasting Copkillaz. Lisa reads the ingredient list for Krishna Krisps: "Hydrogenated petroleum oil, monosodium poisonate, partially de-weaponized plutonium" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Honey Bono
      • Ice cream product sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. Parody of Ben & Jerry's Cherry Garcia. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Ken & Harry's Milli Vanilla
      • Ice cream product sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. Parody of Ben & Jerry's Cherry Garcia. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Le Gourmet Ice Cream
      • Abe Simpson takes the kids grocery shopping while Homer and Marge attend a marriage retreat. Bart and Lisa add ice cream to the list - half a gallon of Chocolate, half a gallon of chocolate brownie fudge, and half a gallon of chocolate, chocolate, chocolate chip. (Season 2 episode The War of the Simpsons) Ice cream Homer eats. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Neapolitan Ice Cream
      • Generically named ice cream product. (Season 3 episode Radio Bart)
    • Sherbet Hoover
      • Ice cream product sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. Parody of Ben & Jerry's Cherry Garcia. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Super-chocolate
      • Barts gets a free ice cream cone with a scoop of super-chocolate from an ice cream vendor. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Xavier Nougat
      • Ice cream product sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. Parody of Ben & Jerry's Cherry Garcia. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
  • Ice Cream and Yogurt Shops
    • Chocko Blocks
      • Ice cream parlor at Blocko Land, the amusement park made entirely of Blocko brand assembly fun blocks. (Season 12 episode Hungry, Hungry Homer)
    • Fudge brothers
      • Ice cream truck that Homer hijacks to get to the nuclear power plant to prevent a meltdown. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • Ice Cream
      • Various generic ice cream shops from multiple episodes.
      • Ice cream truck that drives through the Simpsons neighborhood in the heat of summer, announcing that they're all out of ice cream. (Season 6 episode Bart of Darkness)
      • Generic army of ice cream trucks sent out into Springfield neighborhoods when summer arrives. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
      • Bart and Lisa have an indoor snowball fight with ice cream. (Season 9 episode Dumbbell Indemnity)
      • Barts gets a free ice cream cone with a scoop of super-chocolate from an ice cream vendor. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
      • Generic ice cream shop in Atlantic City. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
      • Store at Springfield Mall, visible in the background during the Li'l Starmaker auditions. (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
    • Native American Ice Cream
      • Ice cream truck. Formerly Big Chief Crazy Cone. (Season 4 episode Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie)
    • Panda Cones
      • Ice cream vendor at the Zoo in Springfield. (Season 11 episode Homer vs. Dignity)
    • Phineas Q. Butterfat's 5600 Flavors Ice Cream Parlor
      • Local ice cream parlor in Springfield from various episodes.
      • Bart breaks up with Rainier Wolfcastle's daughter. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
      • Homer and Lisa visit after talent show. (Season 3 episode Lisa's Pony)
      • Bart has a coupon for 1 Free Birthday Sundae. (Season 3 episode Radio Bart)
      • Maggie falls asleep on the roof after looking for Marge. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
      • Booth at Taste of Springfield Festival. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
      • Bart skips school. (Season 5 episode The Boy Who Knew Too Much).
      • Background. (Season 8 episode The Homer They Fall)
      • Homer orders the Ark. (Season 11 episode It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge)
      • Private investigator Dexter Colt questions Ralph Wiggum about Lisa Simpson for Homer. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
      • Ned Flanders volunteers to take the senior citizens out for ice cream. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • The Sherbet Shoppe
      • Store in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport that Marge mentions to Lisa, king where she wants to show off new hip togs. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Splitsville Ice Cream Sundaes
      • After kicking Homer out of the house, Marge takes a drive, and everything reminds her of Homer, including this ice cream shop. (Season 5 episode Secrets of a Successful Marriage)
    • Vine Yogurt
      • Yogurt shop in Hollywood, on the corner of Hollywood Blvd and Vine Street in Hollywood. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Yogurt Nook
      • Frozen yogurt shop next to Lionel Hutz's office. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets Hit by a Car, Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job, Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy, Season 7 episode The Day the Violence Died) Restaurant featured with a booth at the Taste of Springfield Festival. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • Yogurt Time
      • Yogurt shop at Springfield Mall. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
  • Industrial Companies
    • Duff Industries
      • Homer visits the World Record Division of Duff Industries. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Kid First Industries
      • Company that steps in to educate children when Springfield Elementary goes broke. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)
    • Steel Mill
      • Business shown polluting the town of Springfield. (Season 13 episode Brawl in the Family)
  • Institutes
    • Christian Science Reading Room
      • Scientific facility destroyed during the Springfield residents' riot against science. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Skeptic)
    • The Foreign Language Institute
      • Company that sends Lisa her German verb wheel in the mail. (Season 8 episode The Canine Mutiny)
    • The Institute of Shut Your Fat Face
      • When the warden of the Springfield Juvenile Correctional Facility claims that juveniles who know how to fox-trot are 10% less likely to commit a double homicide and someone asks who conducted the study, he responds, "The Institute of Shut Your Fat Face!" (Season 15 The Wandering Juvie)
    • National Testing Center
      • Facility where the Career Aptitude Normalizing Test results are processed. "Controlling your destiny since 1925" (Season 3 episode Separate Vocations)
    • The Sloan-Kettering Memorial Institute
      • During The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular Fox network special, Troy McClure reads a letter from Dr. Linus Irving of The Sloan-Kettering Memorial Institute asking how Matt Groening manages to write and draw an entire Simpsons episode every week. (Season 7 episode The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular!)
    • South Pole Research Station
      • One of the long distance calls that Bart makes while researching which direction toilets drain. (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia)
    • Springfield Primate Institute
      • Local institute that studies Homer after he is mistaken for Bigfoot. (Season 1 episode The Call of the Simpsons)
  • Insurance Services
    • Merry Widow Insurance Company
      • Insurance company in Springfield.
      • Homer goes looking for insurance. (Season 4 episode Homer's Triple Bypass)
      • Visible in the background as the log with Lisa's head rolls through town. (Season 12 episode Lisa the Tree Hugger)
      • Homer applies for life insurance, but is declared "uninsurable". (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
    • Safely Insurance
      • Insurance company in the background when Kodos and Kang enslave the residents of Springfield. (Season 3 episode Treehouse of Horror II)
    • Total Disaster Insurance
      • The Simpsons' insurance company. (Season 4 episode Mr. Plow, Season 4 Homer the Heretic)
  • Islands
    • Ape Island
      • Home of Homer, the giant ape. (Season 4 episode Treehouse of Horror III - segment: King Homer)
    • Candy Apple Island
      • Same as Ape Island, Candy Apple Island is full of apes, but they're not so big. (Season 4 episode Treehouse of Horror III - segment: King Homer)
    • Candy Island
      • Island mentioned on Admiral Baby, a midseason TV show that the Simpsons watch. (Season 10 episode Homer to the Max)
    • Crazy Islands
      • Islands. (Season 13 episode Tales from the Public Domain - Segment D'oh, Brother Where Art Thou?)
    • Hidden Pirate Island
      • No description available
    • The Island of Lost Souls
      • The Simpsons vacation on the Island of Lost Souls, where Dr. Hibbert conducts his human animal hybrid experiments, à la The Island of Dr. Moreau. (Season 14 episode Treehouse of Horror XIII - segment The Island of Dr. Hibbert)
    • The Island
      • (Season 12 episode The Computer Wore Menace Shoes)
    • Lollipop Island
      • 
Homer pretends to call Lollipop Island when Lisa criticizes him for buying a toy plastic phone filled with candy when he went grocery shopping: "Hello Lollipop Island? There's a little girl here who had too many sour gum balls." (Season 11 episode Little Big Mom)
    • Monster Island
      • Island full of monsters from Lisa's daydream about not becoming president because the press find out that she didn't pass 2nd grade gym class. (Season 6 episode Lisa on Ice)
    • Pirate Island
      • When Mr. Burns and Smithers escape from his employees at the Springfield Air and Space Museum, Mr. Burns shouts, "Next stop - Pirate Island!" (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
    • San Glucose
      • The cabal to bring sugar back to Springfield after the implementation of Marge's Law recruits Homer to smuggle sugar in from south of the border. Homer asks if they mean Tennessee, but Mr. Burns says, "No, the island of San Glucose." (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
  • Jewelry Stores
    • Diamonds
      • Generic jewelry store in New York City. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
    • The Family Jewels
      • Jewelry store chain in Springfield, sometimes singular, sometimes plural. Where Principal Skinner buys engagement ring for Patty. (Season 2 episode Principal Charming) Jewelry store where Homer buys Marge's engagement ring. (Season 3 episode I Married Marge) Store at the mall. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Jewelry New record added 5/18/2021
      • Generic jewelry store at Springfield Mall, visible in the background during the Li'l Starmaker auditions. (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
    • Jewelry 2 Go
      • Jewelry store in the background when Marge suggests the town spend Mr. Burns' money on fixing up Main Street. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
    • Jewelry Center
      • Generic jewelry store in New York City. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
    • Josten's
      • Jewelry store in Springfield. "For totally outrageous class rings" (Season 7 episode Homerpalooza)
  • Job Services
    • Springfield Employment Agency
      • Homer goes looking for a second job after Mr. Burns cancels the employee prescription drug plan. "When you need to show the state you tried" (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
  • Laboratories
    • C. Montgomery Burns Germ Warfare Laboratory
      • Mr. Burns' lab that Homer's mother Mona Simpson and her friends of the Springfield 7 attempt to bomb. "When the H-bomb isn't enough" (Season 7 episode Mother Simpson) Homer's fugitive mother Mona goes on trial for sabotaging the C. Montgomery Burns Germ Warfare Lab back in the 60s. "When the H-Bomb isn't enough" (Season 15 episode My Mother the Carjacker)
    • Hell Labs
      • Home of the Ironic Punishment Division in Hell. (Season 5 episode Treehouse of Horror IV - Segment The Devil and Homer Simpson)
    • Screaming Monkey Research Labs
      • Private investigator Dexter Colt frames Lisa by releasing the test animals from a research lab and selling them to a circus. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Springfield Labs
      • Homer takes Lisa to an animal testing protest. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Springfield Robotic Laboratory
      • Scientific facility destroyed during the Springfield residents' riot against science. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Skeptic)
  • Languages
    • Gibby-gabby New record added 5/28/2021
      • Joke Marge makes while watching a foreign film: What language is this? Gibby-gabby? Lisa informs her that it's Albanian. (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Rigelian
      • Aliens Kang and Kodos' language, which sounds exactly like English. (Season 2 episode Treehouse of Horror - segment: Hungry are the Damned)
  • Laundry, Dry Cleaning and Tailoring
    • Berman's Dry Cleaning
      • Homer buys Tom Landry's hat from The Spend Zone in Cypress Creek, which Tom Landry signed, "To Berman's Dry Cleaning - Best Wishes, Tom Landry" (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • Cleaners
      • Generic dry-cleaning service in Springfield that Bart skateboards past in the rain on his way home from school. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Springfield Dry Cleaners
      • Comic Book Guy picks up his Star Trek uniform and Batman and Spider-Man costumes. (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
    • Springfield Laundromat
      • Where Barts runs into Seymour Skinner does his laundry after being fired from his principal job. (Season 5 episode Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song)
    • Twelve Day Dry Cleaners
      • Dry Cleaning business in Springfield. (Season 8 episode Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment) Visible during riot/looting sequence. (Season 11 episode Treehouse of Horror X - segment Life's a Glitch, Then You Die)
  • Laws and Statutes
    • The 11th Commandment
      • According to Try-N-Save security guard Don Brodky, "Thou shalt not steal" (Season 7 episode Marge Be Not Proud)
    • 3-14
      • Police code that Chief Wiggum quotes to Homer when Homer points out that the police station is on fire: Pointing out police stupidity. He also mentions a 3-14 and a 3-15, but can't seem to remember what those are. (Season 11 episode Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder)
    • 3-15
      • Police code that Chief Wiggum quotes to Homer when Homer points out that the police station is on fire: Pointing out police stupidity. He also mentions a 3-14 and a 3-15, but can't seem to remember what those are. (Season 11 episode Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder)
    • 3-17
      • Police code that Chief Wiggum quotes to Homer when Homer points out that the police station is on fire: Pointing out police stupidity. He also mentions a 3-14 and a 3-15, but can't seem to remember what those are. (Season 11 episode Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder)
    • Code 318
      • Springfield police code for waking a police officer.(Season 9 episode Realty Bites)
    • Families Come First
      • Ballot initiative 242 that Marge proposes, from her PPASSCCATAG activist group: Proud Parents Against Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples, and Teens, and Gays. (Season 15 episode Marge Versus Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays)
    • The Government Knows Best Act
      • After a photograph of Bart mooning the American flag goes viral, America turns on the Simpsons, and then Springfield, the Simpsons get arrested. (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
    • Marge's Law
      • All forms of sugar are now illegal. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Penal Code Section 618A
      • Violation Marge is charged with following her adventure with Ruth Powers - wanton destruction of precious antique cans. (Season 5 episode Marge on the Lam)
    • Proposition 104
      • Marge's sisters put up a billboard supporting a proposition to vote Homer out of Springfield. (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • Proposition 24
      • Law to deport all illegal immigrants from Springfield. (Season 7 episode Much App About Nothing)
    • Proposition 304
      • Proposed law news reporter mentions: Of course, this is just a television poll which is not legally binding, unless Proposition 304 passes. (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
    • Proposition 305
      • Law that would discount bus fairs for war widows. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • Reversal of Freedoms Act of 1994
      • When the Simpsons find a screaming caterpillar known as a screamapillar in Marge's new koi pond, the EPA shows up to inform them that the Reversal of Freedoms Act of 1994 made allowing an endangered species to die a federal offense and that they are now responsible for its well-being. He gives them a pamphlet called "Screamapillar Care Tips". (Season 13 The Frying Game)
    • Security Code 30
      • Security code that Investo the Robot blurts out when Bart assaults him with coffee, the robot that greets humans at the Springfield Franchise Expo. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • Space Bill Number 371
      • Instead of action, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace parody movie Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow features two hours of political intrigue, with the Empire's Galactic Senate calling roll for numerous star systems. One star system representative that resembles an AT-AT from Star Wars proposes an amendment to Space bill number 371. When told to wait it's turn, it sits down and reads an Evening Standard newspaper. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Union Rule 26
      • Every employee must win worker of the week at least once regardless of gross incompetence, obesity or rank odor. (Season 5 episode Deep Space Homer)
  • Legal Services
    • Albert Dershman
      • Lionel Hutz informs Bart that the Krusty-O Cereal Corp has settled his case for $100,000, less, of course, his legal fees - for a case this complex, he had to assemble a crack team of lawyers, including Ronald Chaporo, trial attorney, and Albert Dershman, who can hold three billiard balls in his mouth - leaving Bart $500. (Season 6 episode Round Springfield)
    • Badger, Haggle & Bill
      • Legal firm in the Law Offices building where Bart goes looking for a lawyer to divorce his parents. (Season 14 episode Barting Over)
    • Divorce Law Specialists
      • Manjula considers divorcing Apu after he has an affair with the Squishee girl at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 3 episode The Sweetest Apu)
    • The Divorce Specialists
      • Legal service advertised on the car radio when Homer and Marge are driving to Esther's motor shop. (Season 9 episode Natural Born Kissers)
    • Exodus, Leviticus And Matthew
      • Episode Black Eyes, Please". Ned says, Homer, if you punch me, we'll be even according to Exodus, Leviticus and Matthew. And Homer says, So you hired a law firm, eh?
    • Hockey, Joke & Dunnit
      • Legal firm in the Law Offices building where Bart goes looking for a lawyer to divorce his parents. (Season 14 episode Barting Over)
    • I Can't Believe it's a Law Firm!
      • Lionel Hutz's law office in Springfield Mall. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job, Season 7 episode The Day the Violence Died) Seen in the background in various episodes. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Junkytown Legal Clinic
      • Legal clinic Marge passes on her beat on her first day. (Season 6 episode The Springfield Connection)
    • Larry H. Lawyer, Jr
      • Lawyer that shows up when Homer falls into a hole in the church yard. (Season 14 Pray Anything)
    • Law Firm of Dewey, Cheatthem, Howe & Weissmann
      • Law firm that reviews the terms of The Simpsons' Great Aunt Hortense's will, which requires the family to spend the night in her haunted house. (Season 7 episode Bart the Fink)
    • Lionel Hutz, Attorney-At-Law
      • Lawyer The Simpsons hire to sue Mr. Burns after he hits Bart with his car. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets Hit by a Car) Executor of Abe's girlfriend Beatrice Simmons' will. (Season 2 episode Old Money) "Cases won in thirty minutes or your pizza's free" (Season 7 episode The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular!)
    • Luvum & Burnham, Family Law
      • Legal firm that Bart hires to divorce his parents. (Season 14 episode Barting Over)
    • Ronald Chaporo
      • Lionel Hutz informs Bart that the Krusty-O Cereal Corp has settled his case for $100,000, less, of course, his legal fees - for a case this complex, he had to assemble a crack team of lawyers, including Ronald Chaporo, trial attorney, and Albert Dershman, who can hold three billiard balls in his mouth - leaving Bart $500. (Season 6 episode Round Springfield)
  • Libraries
    • Atherton Library
      • Library on the Springfield University campus that Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky mentions at the Cafe Kafka. (Season 14 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
    • Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport Public Library
      • Library that Lisa is tempted to visit, and imagines fictional character Pippi talking to her. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Old Springfield Library
      • Library in Springfield.
      • There's a book sale at the library. Lisa tries to save books from being eaten by pigs, Comic Book Guy finds Leonard Nimoy's Star Trek books and Homer finds the Duff Book of World Records. "Library Book Sale - Yes, we have pornography" (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
      • Bart and Lisa research Jewish traditions to help Krusty. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
      • Bart and Lisa search for Edgar Neubauer. (Season 6 episode Sideshow Bob Roberts)
      • Homer researches Mr. Sparkle dish detergent. (Season 8 episode In Marge We Trust)
      • Bart watches a nature film. (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
      • Homer reads books. "Home of bookworms and silverfish" (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • Springfield Medical Library
      • Library where Dr. Nick researches Homer's operation. (Season 4 episode Homer's Triple Bypass)
    • Springfield Public Library
      • Local library in Springfield, from various episodes.
      • Lisa researches football in order to be able to pick winning teams for Homer. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
      • "Now with working Xerox Machine" (Season 15 episode Margical History Tour)
  • Liquor Stores
    • Booze
      • Liquor store on Main Street in Springfield. (Season 7 episode The Day the Violence Died)
    • Drive-Thru Liquors
      • When the manager of the Native American casino Caesar's Pow-Wow shows Bart a vision of his future, he visits Lisa, now president of the United States, at the White House, which is next door to Drive-Thru Liquors and a Hustler Superstore. (Season 11 episode Bart to the Future)
    • Hal's Liquor
      • Lenny and Carl crash their cars into Costington's, inadvertently starting a riot complete with looting from various businesses in Springfield during a blackout. (Season 13 Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge)
    • Liquor
      • Generic liquor store from various episodes.

      • Liquor store near the Springfield Men's Mission, where the Simpsons go looking for Duffman, after he was replaced as spokesperson for Duff by Santa's Little Helper. (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
      • Generic liquor store in the vision Ned has when movie star Sara Sloane asks him to move to Hollywood with her. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
      • Generic liquor store that goes out of business after the government closes Fort Springfield. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
      • Generic liquor store on the wrong side of the tracks where Bart ends up after running away from Thanksgiving dinner. "Yes! We have Rot Gut!" (Season 2 episode Bart vs. Thanksgiving)
    • Swampy's Liquor
      • Liquor store in the background when Marge suggests the town spend Mr. Burns' money on fixing up Main Street. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
  • Lodging-Hotels
    • Capital City Plaza Hotel
      • Hotel where Homer and Mindy stay in Capital City. "Legionnaires' Disease-Free since 1990." (Season 5 The Last Temptation of Homer)
    • Colony Hotel
      • Hotel in Miami Beach. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Dayton Arms Hotel
      • The Simpsons plan to stay at the Dayton Arms Hotel in Dayton for Uncle Tyrone's birthday. It got three diamonds from Five Diamond magazine. Homer and Marge end up flying to Miami Beach instead, and the hotel gets destroyed by a tornado. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Easy Hotel
      • Hotel near Dexter Colt's office, the private investigator that Moe recommends to Homer to find out more about Lisa, the guy that Moe uses whenever he's gotta know something about a broad. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Four Seasons Hotel Springfield
      • Hotel where Marge's old friend from high school Chloe Talbot stays when she returns to Springfield. (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
    • Hollywood Hotel
      • Hotel in Hollywood, on the corner of Hollywood Blvd and Vine Street in Hollywood. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Hotel
      • Generic hotel from various episodes.
      • Seedy hotel near the Springfield Men's Mission, where the Simpsons go looking for Duffman, after he was replaced as spokesperson for Duff by Santa's Little Helper. (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
      • Generic hotel down the street from the Android's Dungeon. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
      • Generic hotel in the Simpsons version of Joshua Logan's Paint Your Wagon. (Season 9 episode All Singing All Dancing)
      • Generic hotel on the boardwalk near the manatees. (Season 17 episode Bonfire of the Manatees)
    • Hotel Pillowmint
      • Hotel where the Who stay in New Springfield. (Season 12 episode A Tale of Two Springfields)
    • Motel
      • Motel where Itchy hangs the glass-blowing product he made with Scratchy in Itchy & Scratchy cartoon. (Season 9 episode Girly edition)
    • The Ritz-Carlton Hotel For Transients
      • Hotel where Principal Skinner stays in Capital City. (Season 9 episode The Principal and the Pauper)
    • Second-Best Western Hotel
      • Hotel where Krusty and The Simpsons watch the election results in Washington D.C. (Season 14 episode Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington)
    • Springfield Palace Hotel
      • Hotel where the Quimby nephew's jury gets sequestered when Homer goes against the group. (Season 5 episode The Boy Who Knew Too Much)
    • Swelldorado Hotel
      • Hotel where Homer and Marge stay in Miami Beach. "Sun and water without your son and daughter" (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
  • Lodging-Inns
    • Aphrodite Inn
      • Hotel where Homer and Marge go for some romantic time together. Featuring fantasy rooms, such as the Arabian nights, the pharaoh's chamber - with vibrating sarcophagus, the caveman room, the safari room, the Camelot room, and the room where Homer and Marge stay, the Utility room - an actual utility room. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy) Hotel where Troy and Selma stay on their wedding night. "Welcome Mr. & Mrs. Troy McClure, Cher & Contest Winner" (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Moe's Inn
      • Middle Ages version of Moe's Tavern from 1649 A.D. (Season 9 episode Treehouse of Horror VIII - segment Easy-Bake Coven)
    • The Royal Fart Inn
      • 
The Simpsons' hotel in Florida during spring break. Some hooligans rearrange the letters to speak out, "The Royal Frat Inn". (Season 11 episode Kill the Alligator and Run)
    • Ye Olde Off Ramp Inn
      • Local hotel in Springfield, from various episodes.
      • Home of the Sapphire Lounge strip club. (Season 1 episode Homer's Night Out)
      • Hotel where Homer makes after dinner reservations after Marge calls KBBL therapist Dr. Marvin Monroe and complains about how he goes by appreciate her on the air. (Season 1 episode Some Enchanted Evening)
      • Location of the Little Miss Springfield Beauty Pageant. (Season 4 Lisa the Beauty Queen)
      • When the Simpsons' house get termites, they are forced out of their house for six months. They look for a room at Ye Olde Off-Ramp Inn, but they learn that every hotel room in Springfield is booked on account of the Bran Producers Convention. (Season 14 episode Helter Shelter)
      • Mayor Quimby has an affair. (Season 14 episode Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington)
  • Lodging-Motels
    • Bates Motel
      • Motel where Sideshow Bob stays in Terror Lake. Psycho reference. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare)
    • Buckingham Pay-Less Motel
      • Hotel where the Simpsons stay in England. (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • Come Back Motel
      • Motel where the Simpsons stay in Capital City. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer)
    • The Happy Earwig Motel
      • Motel where Conformco deprogram Hans Moleman by accident, instead of Bart. "Our crawl-space now body-free". (Season 5 episode Burns' Heir)
    • Notell Motel
      • Motel in the background during the Do What You Feel Festival. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child)
    • Springfield Kozy Kort Motel
      • Over the hill baseball player Flash hits on Marge by writing his motel and room number on the baseball he signs. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer)
    • The Starlight Motel
      • Motel Lisa spots while star searching. "Hourly rates, adult movies" (Season 14 episode 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky)
    • The Three Seasons Motel
      • Motel where Homer and Lisa hide out from the police. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Who's to Know Motel
      • Sleazy motel where the cops tell Bart that Mayor Quimby is polling the electorate during his ride along. (Season 3 episode Separate Vocations)
  • Lodging-Other
    • Bon Dormir
      • Hotel in the French town where Bart visits as part of a school foreign exchange program. (Season 1 episode The Crepes of Wrath)
    • Budget Lodge
      • No description available
    • Club Moe
      • Fictional resort from Moe's pickup line he says to woman asking about his waitress job - fringe benefits include an unforgettable weekend at Club Moe. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Lake Shelbyville Lodge
      • Where Principal Skinner and Edna Krabappel plan to honeymoon after the wedding. (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)
    • Rancho Relaxo
      • Springfield's only 2 star health spa, where Marge takes a vacation alone. At Rancho Relaxo, you're the boss. Remember, you can't spell Relaxo without relax. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Rio Days-Inn-Ero
      • Hotel where the Simpsons stay in Brazil. (Season 13 episode Blame it on Lisa)
    • Royal Tokyo
      • Hotel where the Simpsons stay in Japan. "Now with 20% more bowing" (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Sheraton Haleakalualea
      • After judging a Miss Hawaiian Tropic Beauty Contest at the Sheraton Haleakalualea, Bart creates a ruckus on a Hawaiian airline jet, attacking several flight attendants. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Snuggler's Cove
      • Bed and breakfast that Homer and Marge visit. "Doilies and cozies as far as the eye can see.” (Season 9 episode Natural Born Kissers)
    • Springfield Four Seasons
      • Hotel where movie star Sara Sloane stays in Springfield. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Worst Western
      • Simpsons version of Best Western hotel, where Roger Myers Jr. stays after losing everything to Chester J. Lampwick's lawsuit. "Ask about our sheet rental" (Season 7 episode The Day the Violence Died)
  • Magazines-Adult
    • American Breast Enthusiast
      • The Air Force searches the entire base for Sideshow Bob, but all they find are porn magazines - American Breast Enthusiast, Granny Fanny and Cheek Week. (Season 7 episode Sideshow Bob's Last Gleamings) Pornographic magazine that Homer buys at the Li'l Valu-Mart in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)

    • Big Butts
      • Magazine.
    • Cheek Week
      • The Air Force searches the entire base for Sideshow Bob, but all they find are porn magazines - American Breast Enthusiast, Granny Fanny and Cheek Week. (Season 7 episode Sideshow Bob's Last Gleamings)
    • Granny Fanny
      • The Air Force searches the entire base for Sideshow Bob, but all they find are porn magazines - American Breast Enthusiast, Granny Fanny and Cheek Week. (Season 7 episode Sideshow Bob's Last Gleamings)
    • Juggs
      • Apu delivers copies of Juggs to the Sea Captain to keep his men from resorting to homosexuality for about 10 minutes. (Season 10 episode I'm With Cupid)
    • Playdude
      • Adult magazine from multiple episodes.

      • There's an issue of Playdude in Mrs. Krabappel's confiscated items drawer of her desk. Parody of Playboy. (Season 3 episode Bart the Lover)
      • Homer reads an issue of Playdude featuring an interview with Lorne Michaels. (Season 4 Homer the Heretic)
      • Movie cowboy Buck McCoy discards an issue of Playdude before stopping a robbery at the National Bank of Springfield. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
      • When Homer kills the crows' enemy - Marge's scarecrow, the crows do Homer's bidding, which is bring him a bag of chips and a issue of Playdude magazine. (Season 3 episode Weekend at Burnsie's)
      • After having fallen on hard times, Rainier Wolfcastle sells his belongings, including copies of his Playdude centerfolds. (Season 14 episode The Strong Arms of the Ma)
      • While in church, Moe reads Lisa's new literary journal The Red Dress Press, hidden inside an issue of Playdude. (Season 15 episode Fraudcast News)
      • When Homer goes to work remodeling the kitchen after Marge sees the new modern kitchen in the house next door, Playdude magazines fall from a hiding spot in the ceiling. It turns out that Homer has been trying to hide bosom mags from Marge. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
      • Apu mentions the Playdude magazines for sale at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
      • Moe Szyslak (holding a copy of Playdude in Kwik-E-Mart): God, nothing is sexier than still photos in a girlie magazine. (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Real Men
      • Magazine for sale at Around the World News, a newsstand at Springfield Mall. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F)
  • Magazines-Auto
    • Rad Rods
      • Magazine for sale at Around the World News, a newsstand at Springfield Mall. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F)
    • Really Lowrider
      • Magazine on the Kwik-E-Mart magazine rack near the copy of Entertainment Weekly with Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman that Apu imagines are taking to him. (Season 7 episode Much App About Nothing)
  • Magazines-Entertainment
    • Bartforum
      • Bart creates a museum in his treehouse to show off his $1000 bill, complete with gift shop selling T-shirts and Bartforum magazine. (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • Billboard For Kidz
      • Ned Flanders' kids read about Everybody Hates Ned Flanders, the new song by Homer Simpson and David Byrne of the Talking Heads. (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
    • Billionaire Beat
      • Magazine that Mr. Burns reads, parody of Teen Beat. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Envy
      • Celebrity magazine that Marge reads. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • The National Whoops
      • Magazine featuring story on movie star Sara Sloane dating Ned Flanders. Cover story: "Sara Lives In Sin, Mess" (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Non-Threatening Boys Magazine
      • Magazine for sale at Around the World News, a newsstand at Springfield Mall. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F) Magazine Lisa reads. (Season 3 episode Radio Bart) Magazine advertising the Corey Hotline, the teen boy phone line that Lisa gets addicted to. (Season 4 episode Brother from the Same Planet)
    • Peephole
      • Magazine Marge's sisters read at the beauty parlor, parody of People magazine. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder) Cover story: New look for Luke (Luke Perry, Krusty's brother) from Krusty's daydream about shooting Luke our of a cannon. (Season 4 episode Krusty Gets Kancelled)
    • The Springfield Review Of Books
      • Magazine that Krusty the Clown, actually Sideshow Bob in disguise, is seen reading at Kwik-E-Mart, shortly before robbing it. (Season 1 episode Krusty Gets Busted)
    • Springfield Variety
      • Magazine. Cover story: HIX IN STIX LOVE CHIX LIX. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer) Headline: GABBO FABBO! KRUSTY RUSTY. (Season 4 episode Krusty Gets Kancelled)
    • Teen Dream
      • Magazine that Lisa requests Homer bring home for her when she stays home sick from school. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F)
    • Teen Scream
      • Magazine that Lisa requests Homer bring home for her when she stays home sick from school. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F)
    • Teen Screen
      • Teen Magazine.
    • Teen Steam
      • Magazine that Lisa requests Homer bring home for her when she stays home sick from school. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F)
    • Vicarious Living
      • Magazine that Marge reads. (Season 9 episode Realty Bites)
  • Magazines-News
    • Burns Weekly
      • Mr. Burns' new weekly magazine. (Season 15 episode Fraudcast News)
    • Coin Laundry News
      • Professional Magazine.
    • Men's Wealth Magazine
      • Marge's ex-boyfriend Artie Ziff comes in at number five on Men's Wealth magazine's list of the 100 richest men in the country, after making mega bucks with a revolutionary invention - a converter that changes that horrible modem noise to easy listening music. Kent Brockman shows a clip of Artie demonstrating his invention at the Hi-Tech Trade Show, in front of a Ziff Corp. banner. (Season 13 episode Half-Decent Proposal)
    • Newsly
      • Magazine - The Simpsons version of Newsweek - on shelf at grocery store behind Marge in opening sequence. (Season 1 episode Bart the Genius)
    • Newsweekly
      • The Simpsons version of Newsweek magazine. Cover story: Krusty the Clown - Rhymes with Dastard. (Season 1 episode Krusty Gets Busted)
    • Newsweeque
      • French version of Newsweek featuring Bart on the cover. (Season 1 episode The Crepes of Wrath)
    • Timely
      • The Simpsons version of Time magazine. Cover story: Krusty the Clown - Krook of the year. (Season 1 episode Krusty Gets Busted) Cover story: One Moe for the Road about Moe's recent success with his new mixed drink, the Flaming Moe. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
  • Magazines-Other
    • Art in America
      • Art Magazine.
    • Assault Weapon Magazine
      • Bart sneaks out of the house to attend the Murder 4 Life Benefit all star concert at Springfield Coliseum, featuring rappers Da Glock Pointaz, Romeo Smoov, Queen Booty Shaykah, M.C. Champagne Millionaire and Assault Weapon Magazine's Man of the Year - Alcatraaaz. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • Bad Boys Life
      • Magazine that Bart reads. (Season 6 episode Lisa's Rival) Magazine Bart brings along when the Simpsons visit the beach. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Ballpoint Pen Digest
      • Magazine at the newsstand that Krusty passes on his way home from dinner at the Simpsons' house. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Bar And Stool Magazine
      • Magazine. Cover story titled, Through the Roof! about Moe's recent success with his new mixed drink, the Flaming Moe. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Better Homes Than Yours
      • Marge's magazine in the Simpson living room. (Season 8 episode The Springfield Files)
    • Blam
      • Magazine on the magazine rack at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 12 episode The Computer Wore Menace Shoes)
    • Blue Pants Weekly
      • Magazine Homer reads. (Season 13 episode Blame it on Lisa)
    • Braille Weekly
      • Magazine mentioned in the slogan for Animal Assistants, the store where Homer buys Mojo, his new helper monkey. "As felt in Braille Weekly" (Season 9 episode Girly edition)
    • Cat Fancier
      • Magazine on the Kwik-E-Mart magazine rack near the copy of Entertainment Weekly with Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman that Apu imagines are taking to him. (Season 7 episode Much App About Nothing)
    • Chestwear Monthly
      • Magazine that Homer reads, with Bart on the cover. "Public cottons to Simpson's shirts" (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Cigarette Aficionado
      • Magazine that Homer's Vegas wife Amber reads in the backyard. (Season 13 episode Brawl in the Family)
    • Concert Hall Weekly
      • Magazine featuring architect Frank Gehry's Los Angeles concert hall. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Cooking With Coconut Magazine
      • Magazine at the newsstand that Krusty passes on his way home from dinner at the Simpsons' house. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Crazy
      • Episode Separate Vocations. the MAD Magazine for Springfield.
    • Desperado
      • Magazine for sale at Around the World News, a newsstand at Springfield Mall. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F)
    • Detox
      • Fashion magazines on the wall of the modeling agency where Cyborganizer works after his TV show is retooled by the network into a sitcom. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Eternity
      • Magazine advertising Dr. Marvin Monroe Subliminal Tape Club that Lisa shows Homer. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • Faberge Egg Owner
      • Magazine at the newsstand that Krusty passes on his way home from dinner at the Simpsons' house. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Fantasy
      • Magazine for sale at Around the World News, a newsstand at Springfield Mall. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F)
    • Feeble
      • Magazine - The Simpsons version of People - on shelf at grocery store behind Marge in opening sequence. (Season 1 episode Bart the Genius)
    • First-Born Twin Magazine
      • Twins Sherri and Terri read twin-themed magazines. Sherri reads First-Born Twin Magazine, featuring Patty Bouvier on the cover; Terri reads Second-Born Twin Magazine, featuring Selma Bouvier on the cover. (Season 16 Sleeping with the Enemy)
    • Five Diamond Magazine
      • The Simpsons plan to stay at the Dayton Arms Hotel in Dayton for Uncle Tyrone's birthday. It got three diamonds from Five Diamond magazine. Homer and Marge end up flying to Miami Beach instead, and the hotel gets destroyed by a tornado. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Fretful Mother Magazine
      • Marge's magazine that says if a child doesn't talk by age one, she should consider a corrective tongue extender. (Season 4 episode Lisa's First Word)
    • Girl
      • Magazine on the magazine rack at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 12 episode The Computer Wore Menace Shoes)
    • Given
      • Magazine on the magazine rack at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 12 episode The Computer Wore Menace Shoes)
    • Golf Novice
      • Magazine on the Kwik-E-Mart magazine rack near the copy of Entertainment Weekly with Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman that Apu imagines are taking to him. (Season 7 episode Much App About Nothing)
    • Gravy Aficionado
      • Magazine Homer reads in his hammock. "The new browns are in" (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • Hooch
      • Magazine on the magazine rack at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 12 episode The Computer Wore Menace Shoes)
    • Hot Lotto Picks Weekly
      • Magazine Homer reads in bed. (Season 8 episode A Milhouse Divided)
    • Idle Chatter
      • Magazine Marge's sisters read at the beauty parlor, featuring the Fatherhood Quotient quiz that Marge makes Homer take, and he fails. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Joco
      • Journal of Canine Obedience. Magazine that Miss Winthrop of Miss Winthrop's Canine College reads. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F) Magazine customer reads in the lobby at the Springfield Animal Hospital. (Season 3 episode Dog of Death)
    • Jugs & Ammo
      • Magazine Homer buys at Kwik-E-Mart. "A Larry Flintlock Publication" (Season 14 The Great Louse Detective)
    • Junior Skeptic Magazine
      • Magazine Lisa reads, and mentions. (Season 8 episode The Springfield Files) Magazine Lisa reads while Homer watches Exploitation Theater on TV. (Season 9 episode Simpson Tide)
    • Liza
      • Magazine on the magazine rack at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 12 episode The Computer Wore Menace Shoes)
    • Men's Fatness
      • Magazine Homer reads. "Bad abs in six weeks!" (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
    • Modern Jewish Father
      • Magazine at the newsstand that Krusty passes on his way home from dinner at the Simpsons' house. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Modern principal
      • Magazine Principal Skinner takes into the bathroom. (Season 4 episode New Kid on the Block)
    • Modern Sandcastle
      • Magazine Lisa brings along when the Simpsons visit the beach. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Modern Wench Magazine
      • Magazine from the Middle Ages in Marge's telling of Henry VIII at the library. (Season 15 episode Margical History Tour)
    • Mom Monthly
      • Magazine Marge reading at grocery store in opening sequence. (Season 1 episode Bart the Genius)
    • Mondo Frowno
      • Magazine Suicide Notes music store clerk is reading. (Season 7 episode Homerpalooza)
    • Montana Monthly
      • No description available
    • My Weekly Reader
      • Magazine Willie reads in the school storeroom. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 1)
    • New Ager Magazine
      • Magazine at the new Age store Karma-ceuticals where Homer takes Lisa. (Season 10 episode Make Room For Lisa)
    • New Republic For Kids
      • Magazine Lisa mentions when the family debates how to spend the $2000 that Homer received for the Montgomery Burns Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Excellence. (Season 3 episode Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?)
    • Nice
      • Magazine that Scratchy reads when Ned lets the kids watch Itchy & Scratchy. (Season 7 episode Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily)
    • Not Mad Magazine
      • No description available
    • Obessive Bride
      • Magazine that Marge offers Otto's girlfriend Becky. (Season 11 episode It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge)
    • Outlaw Biker
      • Magazine Homer reads in bed. (Season 11 episode Take My Wife, Sleaze)
    • Overpass Monthly
      • What looks a sign that says, "Bridge out" turns out to be the quote "Bridge outstanding", from Overpass Monthly magazine. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Peace Pipe Aficionado
      • Native American magazine. "What your end feather says about you" (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
    • Pie Times
      • Homer's favorite magazine - Pie instead of High. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Plane Disasters
      • Magazine on the Kwik-E-Mart magazine rack near the copy of Entertainment Weekly with Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman that Apu imagines are taking to him. (Season 7 episode Much App About Nothing)
    • Poot
      • Simpsons version of Mad or Cracked Magazine. (Season 7 episode Team Homer)
    • Popular Secretary
      • Magazine Lionel Hutz' secretary is reading when Homer arrives. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets Hit by a Car)
    • Principal's World
      • Magazine Principal Skinner reads in waiting room at the Springfield Psychiatric Center. (Season 6 episode Fear of Flying)
    • Prison Bride
      • Sideshow Bob reads Prison Bride magazine at Springfield Penitentiary. (Season 12 episode Day of the Jackanapes)
    • Psycho
      • Magazines in Otto's apartment. (Season 3 episode The Otto Show)
    • Punch
      • Magazine, similar to Mad and Cracked, sold at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode Team Homer)
    • Queer Focus New record added 5/28/2021
      • "Weird free newspaper" that Bart checks out at the Limited Appeal Theater. (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Reading Digest
      • The Simpsons version of Reader's Digest magazine, sponsor of the Patriots of Tomorrow Essay Contest that Lisa enters. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
    • Second-Born Twin Magazine
      • Twins Sherri and Terri read twin-themed magazines. Sherri reads First-Born Twin Magazine, featuring Patty Bouvier on the cover; Terri reads Second-Born Twin Magazine, featuring Selma Bouvier on the cover. (Season 16 Sleeping with the Enemy)
    • Self-Test Monthly
      • Magazine that Homer gets in the mail. Now he finally gets to find out what makes him tick. (Season 11 episode Kill the Alligator and Run)
    • Short Hair Ideas
      • Magazine featuring a picture of Homer on the cover. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Sick
      • Magazine, similar to Mad and Cracked, sold at the Android's Dungeon. (Season 7 episode Team Homer)
    • Sniff
      • Episode Team Homer. A Simpsons version of Mad or Cracked Magazine.
    • Soaf
      • Magazine on the magazine rack at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 12 episode The Computer Wore Menace Shoes)
    • Sponge And Vacuum
      • Magazine that the clerk offers Marge at the newsstand, her regular. (Season 6 episode The Springfield Connection)
    • Springfield Journal of Cardiology
      • Journal Lisa reads before Homer's surgery. (Season 4 episode Homer's Triple Bypass)
    • Springfield Magazine
      • Magazine that Mrs. Krabappel reads in her apartment. Cover story: Krusty picks Springfield's best chili. (Season 3 episode Bart the Lover) Local magazine in Springfield. (Season 9 episode Realty Bites)
    • Success Magazine
      • Magazine that Homer apparently buys regularly at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 10 episode Lard of the Dance)
    • Sweet
      • Fashion magazines on the wall of the modeling agency where Cyborganizer works after his TV show is retooled by the network into a sitcom. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Teen Modern Maturity
      • Lisa read about the TV show Taxicab Confessions in Teen Modern Maturity magazine, where they film secretly passengers and catch them at their most uninhibited. (Season 14 episode How I Spent My Strummer Vacation)
    • Temporarily Deaf Weekly
      • Magazine Bart reads after getting inoculated and losing his hearing. (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
    • Today's Guns
      • Magazine with cover story: 357 magnum - The Clown Stopper. (Season 1 episode Krusty Gets Busted)
    • Toon Beat
      • Magazine about cartoons. Cover story: Homer Simpson and Pooch: The Voice of Cool. $4.95 (Season 8 episode The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochy Show)
    • UFO
      • Magazine on the Kwik-E-Mart magazine rack near the copy of Entertainment Weekly with Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman that Apu imagines are taking to him. (Season 7 episode Much App About Nothing)
    • Unnecessary Flight Catalog
      • Episode Simpson Safari. The magazine Marge reads on the Simpsons' flight to Africa.
    • The Utne Reader
      • Lisa receives a letter about subscription to this magazine from actor Edward James Olmos. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • Working Mother
      • Magazine that Bart reads in order to learn how to take care of the eggs he found in a nest after accidentally killing their mother. (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
  • Magazines-Sports
    • Auto-Gyro Enthusiast
      • Magazine that Mr. Burns reads while Smithers pedals their two seater bicycle. (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield)
    • Ballooning Monthly
      • Magazine at the newsstand that Krusty passes on his way home from dinner at the Simpsons' house. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Bear Baiter Magazine
      • Magazine in the Death Sports section at the newsstand that Marge checks out. (Season 6 episode The Springfield Connection)
    • Cliff Biker Magazine
      • Magazine in the Death Sports section at the newsstand that Marge checks out. (Season 6 episode The Springfield Connection)
    • Cycling
      • Magazine for sale at Around the World News, a newsstand at Springfield Mall. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F)
    • Danger Liker
      • Magazine in the Death Sports section at the newsstand that Marge checks out. (Season 6 episode The Springfield Connection)
    • Fox Hunt
      • Magazine for sale at Around the World News, a newsstand at Springfield Mall. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F)
    • Glass Eater
      • Magazine in the Death Sports section at the newsstand that Marge checks out. (Season 6 episode The Springfield Connection)
    • Millionaire Boxing
      • Cover story: "Frederick Tatum: Why Such Rage?" (Season 8 episode The Homer They Fall)
    • Mosh Pitter
      • Magazine in the Death Sports section at the newsstand that Marge checks out. (Season 6 episode The Springfield Connection)
    • Rock Climber
      • Magazine on the Kwik-E-Mart magazine rack near the copy of Entertainment Weekly with Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman that Apu imagines are taking to him. (Season 7 episode Much App About Nothing)
    • Rock Jumper
      • Magazine in the Death Sports section at the newsstand that Marge checks out. (Season 6 episode The Springfield Connection)
    • Sports
      • Magazine for sale at Around the World News, a newsstand at Springfield Mall. (Season 2 episode Bart's Dog Gets an F)
    • Trout Fever
      • Magazine at the tire store. (Season 10 episode Sunday Cruddy Sunday)
  • Magicians
    • The Flamboyant Magic Of Gunter And Ernst
      • Parody of Siegfried & Roy, magic act that performs at Mr. Burns' Casino. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
    • The Great Bart-O And Milhouse
      • Bart and Milhouse's magic act, from old photograph in Bart's room. (Season 3 episode Homer Defined)
    • Great Raymondo
      • Famous magician from episode The Great Simpsina.
    • The Magic Boy
      • Bart debuts a new magic act at Springfield Squidport using the magic kit Homer bought for him at Magic Palace. (Season 12 episode The Great Money Caper)
    • Mezmerino the Hip Hypnotist
      • Episode The Blunder Years. Mezmerino hypnotizes Homer and forces him to deal with a childhood trauma.
    • Milhouse The Magician
      • Milhouse's magic act featured at Bart's Casino in his treehouse. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
  • Makeup and Perfume
    • Baron Von Costume's Deluxe Disguise Kit
      • Kit Milhouse uses to disguise Bart as one of the Shelbyville punks. (Season 6 episode Lemon of Troy)
    • Blowhole
      • After a work accident at the plant, Homer gets skybox tickets to a hockey game at the Gee Your Hair Smells Terrific Arena, where he is given Blowhole cologne with ground up whale in it. (Season 14 episode Helter Shelter)
    • Calvin Klein's Obsession For Teeth
      • Perfume dentist Dr. Wolfe mentions to Lisa when providing braces options for Lisa, starting with the most expensive, braces that are invisible, painless and periodically release a delightful burst of Calvin Klein's Obsession for Teeth. (Season 4 episode Last Exit to Springfield)
    • Cold Cream Gun
      • Homer invention. Antidote for his Makeup gun. (Season 2 episode Wizard of Evergreen Terrace)
    • Desert Breeze
      • While participating as a medical research subject at the Screaming Monkey Medical Research Center to earn extra money, Homer gets tested with a perfume called Desert Breeze and a diet product called Diet Drug Z-3. (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • French Perfume
      • Bart's birthday gift for Marge. (Season 1 episode Life on the Fast Lane)
    • Itchy & Scratchy Cologne
      • Cologne product visible in the Itchy & Scratchy headquarters. (Season 2 episode Itchy & Scratchy & Marge)
    • Krusty Kologne
      • Krusty the Clown branded cologne that Bart puts on before Krusty comes to dinner. Nontoxic. The smell of the big top! Warning: use in a well-ventilated area. May stain furniture. Prolonged use may cause chemical burns. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Makeup Gun
      • Homer invention. "For the woman that only has 4/5 of a second to get ready.” (Season 2 episode Wizard of Evergreen Terrace)
    • Meryl Streep's Versatility
      • Expensive perfume that Homer buys for Marge with his football gambling winnings. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek) Sponsor of the Miss American Girl Pageant. "Smell like Streep for cheap." (Season 4 episode A Streetcar Named Marge)
    • Old Old Spice
      • Abe Simpson's cologne. (Season 13 episode The Old Man and the Key)
    • Pretension By Calvin Klein
      • New girl at Springfield Elementary School Alex's Perfume. She also drinks iced tea, and has a cell phone. (Season 10 episode Lard of the Dance)
    • Smellin' of Troy
      • Troy McClure themed fragrance Troy wants to sell. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
  • Manufacturing Companies
    • Box Factory
      • Bart and his class visit the Box Factory for their field trip. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous) Fat Tony and his gang shoot the victim over and over but we won't die because Homer killed Death. (Season 15 episode Treehouse of Horror XIV - segment Reaper Madness)
    • Congreves Inflammable Powders
      • As part of Mr. Burns' aggressive new trading strategy, he wants to take 50% of his money and put it in the following companies: Trans-Atlantic Zeppelin, Amalgamated Spats, Congreves Inflammable Powders, U.S. Hay and Baltimore Opera Hat company. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)
    • Dynaflux Unimatics
      • Business that Marge's investment group The Investorettes invested in that turns out to be profitable. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • Flancrest Enterprises
      • Ned Flanders' home business, selling religious hot rugs over the internet, making good scratch. (Season 9 episode Das Bus)
    • Guillotine Factory
      • Gun store from Homer's Oedipal dream - Bart says, "He thought that trip to the Guillotine Factory was just for fun...but it was the perfect place to shoot him!" (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
    • The Hello Kitty Factory 
      • Factory in Tokyo that makes Hello Kitty merchandise, visible from the Simpsons room at the Royal Tokyo, the hotel where the Simpsons stay in Japan. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Humble Figurine Factory New record added 5/28/2021
      • Ned Flanders moves to Humbleton, PA and gets a job at the Humble Figurine Factory, where he is asked to shave his mustache. He refuses. "273 Days without a Boo Boo" (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • KrustyCo Sweatshop
      • From the flashback to see how a mosquito got trapped inside the Krustysaurus toy in Bart's Happy Meal. "Today: Force your daughter to work day" (Season 3 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
    • Mega House
      • A salesbot convinces Marge to upgrade their home to the new automated Ultrahouse 3000. "You'll never do housework again!" A division of Mega House. (Season 13 episode Treehouse of Horror XII - segment House of Whacks)
    • Petrochem Petrochemical Corp.
      • Proud makers of caustic polypropylene and Malibu Stacy. Marge and Lisa tour the Malibu Stacy factory. (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy)
    • Pillow Factory
      • Factory where Luke Perry lands when he gets shot out of a cannon during Krusty's Komeback Special. (Season 4 episode Krusty Gets Kancelled) Barney steals a jetpack, and crashes into the roof of the Pillow Factory, and then gets run over by a Marshmallows truck. (Season 5 episode Deep Space Homer)
    • Smoke Factory
      • Business shown polluting the town of Springfield. (Season 13 episode Brawl in the Family)
    • Spirograph Factory
      • Toy factory where Bart tracks goes looking for Milhouse. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Tamaribuchi Heavy Manufacturing Concern
      • One of the parent companies of Mr. Sparkle, the Japanese dish detergent with what looks like a picture of Homer on the box. (Season 8 episode In Marge We Trust)
  • Meat
    • Assorted Horse Parts
      • Large barrel in the Springfield Elementary School kitchen. "Now with more testicles" (Season 5 episode Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song)

    • Big John's Breakfast Log
      • Meat product Homer eats for breakfast. (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
    • Canned Chicken
      • Meat product in the Simpsons' fallout shelter, visible when Homer runs the family through a drill to see how fast they can gather in the fallout shelter in the event of World War III. (Season 7 episode The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular! - The Tracey Ullman Show clip)
    • CCC Pork Rinds
      • Episode The Otto Show.
    • Chicken Soup
      • Canned food product sold at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 5 episode Homer and Apu)
    • Churchill Downs Mystery Meat
      • New food product that Mr. Burns buys for his prison. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Creamed Eels
      • One of the few canned items left after the town raids Kwik-E-Mart when Hurricane Barbara is coming. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)

    • Farmer Billy's Bacon
      • Farmer Billy: Do you love that soo-weet smell of Farmer Billy's Bacon? Would you like to see how a pig goes from loving life to your fork and knife? Well, if you open up one of these packages and find a golden ticket, you get a tour of Farmer Billy's Bacon Factory!
    • Farmer Billy's Bacon-fed Bacon
      • Homer buys an entire shopping cart full of Farmer Billy's bacon to win a tour of the bacon factory. (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
    • Farmer Billy's Slow-killed Bacon
      • Homer buys an entire shopping cart full of Farmer Billy's bacon to win a tour of the bacon factory. (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
    • Farmer Billy's Travel Bacon
      • Homer buys an entire shopping cart full of Farmer Billy's bacon to win a tour of the bacon factory. (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
    • Farmer Dan's Bacon
      • Product Marge uses to distract the rats in the garbage in the front yard so the kids can go to school. (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
    • Fritz Schnackenpfefferhausen
      • Austrian version of Oscar Meyer weiners, as seen in a bratwurst commercial during an episode of Before They Were Famous, highlighting Rainier Wolfcastle's first appearance, the star of the blockbuster McBain movies. (Season 8 episode Simpsoncalifragilisticexpialad'ohcious)
    • Grade F Meat
      • Meat served in the Springfield Elementary School cafeteria.
    • Ham ahoy!
      • Meat product that Homer and Bart pick up at the grocery store when Homer decides to gain 60 lbs in order to qualify as disabled. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • Heinrich's Bratwurst
      • Sponsor of the Austrian Music Awards in Marge's telling of Mozart at the library. (Season 15 episode Margical History Tour)
    • Johnny Bench's Pre-Cooked Bacon
      • When Homer prays for God to come up with a new great tasting snack, he inadvertently causes a car accident where a truck carrying Johnny Bench's Pre-Cooked Bacon crashes into a fudge truck. (Season 14 Pray Anything)
    • Krusty Brand Pork Products
      • Featuring plump succulent sausage, honey smoked bacon and glistening sizzling bacon. (Season 1 episode Krusty Gets Busted)
    • Krusty Ham
      • Homer's employee of the month gift. (Season 3 episode Homer Defined)
    • Li'l Lisa's Patented Animal Slurry
      • New product manufactured at Mr. Burns' Li'l Lisa Recycling Plant. A high protein feed for farm animals, insulation for low income housing, a powerful explosive, and a top notch engine coolant. "And best of all, it's made from 100% recycled animals." (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa) Barrel seen under the glass bottomed boat. (Season 9 episode Bart Carny)
    • Pork Rinds Light
      • Snack food product Homer eats while watching TV news. (Season 1 episode Moaning Lisa)
    • Soylent Green
      • Snack at movie theater where Homer and Bart go see Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie 40 years in the future. (Season 4 episode Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie) When the manager of the Native American casino Caesar's Pow-Wow shows Bart a vision of his future, Homer offers Bart and his roommate Ralph Wiggum Soylent Green to eat. "Now with more girls" (Season 11 episode Bart to the Future)
    • Steak
      • Generic food product seen in the Withstandinator, the bomb shelter for sale at the Military Antiques store. (Season 9 episode Treehouse of Horror VIII - segment The HΩmega Man)
    • Turkey Jerky
      • Boxes in the Kwik-E-Mart store room. (Season 7 episode Much App About Nothing)
    • Uncle Jim's Country Fillin'
      • Meat product that Homer and Bart pick up at the grocery store when Homer decides to gain 60 lbs in order to qualify as disabled. "Just squeeze ‘n' swallow" (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • Wadded Beef
      • One of the few canned items left after the town raids Kwik-E-Mart when Hurricane Barbara is coming. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)

  • Meat Alternatives
    • Say It Isn't Soy
      • Vegetarian food product sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Soy
      • Generic soy product sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Sulfur Jerky
      • Food becomes hard to come by after the bag boys strike - Homes digs through the cabinets, finding some interesting old stuff. (Season 12 episode Simpson Safari)
    • Tofu
      • Generic tofu product sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Tofu Dog
      • Product at barbecue that App attends in his short film, The Jolly Bengali. (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield)
  • Medical Companies
    • Screaming Monkey Medical Research Center
      • While participating as a medical research subject at the Screaming Monkey Medical Research Center to earn extra money, Homer gets tested with a perfume called Desert Breeze and a diet product called Diet Drug Z-3. (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • Springfield Sperm Bank
      • Option Selma considers to have a child. Est. 1858. Put Your Sperm in Our Hands. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
  • Medical Devices
    • Dr. Homer's Miracle Spine-O-Cylinder
      • After Homer accidentally eases his own back pain by falling backwards over a trashcan, he decides to become a doctor - and patent his trashcan as a spinal adjustment medical device. (Season 12 episode Pokey Mom)
    • Suicide Machine
      • Machine in Dr. Hibbert's office that Homer uses trying to kill himself, but only receives sexual release. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
  • Medicine
    • Asbestos Pills
      • Medicine in Abe Simpson's medicine cabinet. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
    • Baby Ear Medicine
      • When Marge finds herself alone with the other contestants' entries in the Ovenfresh Bakeoff contest, she taints them with Maggie's Baby Ear Medicine from the Springfield Pharmacy. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Balsam Specific
      • Medicine that Patty and Selma recommend for Maggie: What she needs is a Balsam Specific. (Season 5 episode Lady Bouvier's Lover)
    • Brain & Nerve Tonic
      • Tonic that Mr. Burns gives the power plant softball team, rich in proteins and electromagnetic juices. It promotes robust health. It has been known to cause gigantism, but only in rare cases. (Season 3 episode Homer at the Bat)
    • Chlorhexinol
      • When Bart experiences side effects with his ADD medication, the Simpsons learn that while you can't just go off Focusyn, they can ease Bart into one of its sister drugs like Chlorhexinol, and augment that with some Phenolbutamine. And maybe some Cyclobenzanone. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Chloroform New record added 5/28/2021
      • Generic bottle of chloroform that Ned Flanders suggests using on Bart in Reverend Lovejoy's Ministry Machine van. (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
    • Choco-Blasted Baby Aspirin
      • Medicine product on the shelf at Kwik-E-Mart, which Marge first mistakes for sugar free donuts - but it's sugar with free donuts. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Churchill Downers Horse Tranquilizers
      • Homer gives up anger and starts taking Churchill Downers Horse Tranquilizers. (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
    • Cold Tablets
      • Generic medicine product sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Cyclobenzanone
      • When Bart experiences side effects with his ADD medication, the Simpsons learn that while you can't just go off Focusyn, they can ease Bart into one of its sister drugs like Chlorhexinol, and augment that with some Phenolbutamine. And maybe some Cyclobenzanone. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Doctor Duff's Health Tonic
      • Prohibition got you down? Drink Doctor Duff's Health Tonic - from Homer's Duff Brewery Tour. (Season 4 episode Duffless)
    • Ether
      • Generic bottle of ether that Smithers gives Mr. Burns while giving him a manicure. (Season 7 episode Team Homer)
    • Focusyn
      • Drug Bart takes for his ADD. 
(Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Jammitin
      • Drug commercial to help old people have sex that Ned's kids Rod and Todd watch on TV. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Krusty Eye Wash
      • Krusty themed merchandise in Bart's room. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Krusty's Non-narkotik Kough Syrup
      • Krusty the Clown branded children's cough syrup product, and the secret ingredient included in Homer's recipe for his Flaming Homer mixed drink - and then Moe's Flaming Moe, which Moe steals from Homer. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Krusty's Personal Swabs
      • Krusty themed merchandise in Bart's room. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Kwik-E-Mart Discount Flu Remedy: Extra Drowsy Formula
      • Medicine Mayor Quimby takes before his mayoral debate with Sideshow Bob. (Season 6 episode Sideshow Bob Roberts)
    • Lister's Carbolic Unguent
      • Medicine that Abe recommends for Maggie: Ooh, put some Lister's Carbolic Unguent on a wad of cotton. Put the cotton in her ear. That'll stop them shakes. (Season 5 episode Lady Bouvier's Lover)
    • Liver Pills
      • Pills in Mrs. Glick's bathroom cabinet. (Season 2 episode Three Men and a Comic Book)
    • Love Potion
      • Product sold at Princess Opal's store in the mall. Mostly corn syrup and a little rubbing alcohol. You'll be lucky if it doesn't make your hair fall out actually. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • Mr. Blister
      • Product that Patty and Selma find coupon for: Buy three tubes, get one free. (Season 4 episode Homer's Triple Bypass)
    • Phenolbutamine
      • When Bart experiences side effects with his ADD medication, the Simpsons learn that while you can't just go off Focusyn, they can ease Bart into one of its sister drugs like Chlorhexinol, and augment that with some Phenolbutamine. And maybe some Cyclobenzanone. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Professor Lazarus' Dead No More Elixir
      • Elixir that Comic Book Guys reaches for as he's dying. It spills on a stool instead, bringing it to life. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment Four Beheadings and a Funeral)
    • Ragin' 'Roids
      • Marge runs into her former neighbor Ruth who has also gotten into bodybuilding, and was Miss Mexican Mafia three years in a row. Ruth introduces Marge to steroids with the product Ragin' 'Roids. (Season 14 episode The Strong Arms of the Ma)
    • Repressitol
      • Milhouse's medication that prevents him from remembering his first day at school. (Season 12 episode Bye, Bye Nerdie)
    • Robotoids
      • Toy product child asks Homer as Santa Clause for. (Season 1 episode Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire)
    • Simpson & Son Revitalizing Tonic
      • Abe Simpson's love potion, which Homer helps him bottle and sell. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy) Abe Simpson's love potion from Season 6 that Marge finds in the attic and sells at the Evergreen Terrace Rummage Sale. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors)
    • Sleeping Pills
      • Homer takes Stimu-Crank pep pills that he buys at a roadside store simply called Market to stay awake on his and Bart's truckdriving adventure, balancing them out with generic Sleeping Pills. (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • Smeckler's Powder
      • Medicine that Bart (mocking Abe and Patty and Selma) recommends for Maggie: Don't forget to give her Smeckler's Powder. (Season 5 episode Lady Bouvier's Lover)
    • Stimu-Crank
      • Homer takes Stimu-Crank pep pills that he buys at a roadside store simply called Market to stay awake on his and Bart's truckdriving adventure, balancing them out with generic Sleeping Pills. (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • Trucker's Choice Stay Alert Capsules
      • Stay alert capsules that Bart buys for Lisa from the Covet House Catalog and she develops an addiction. (Season 8 episode The Canine Mutiny)
    • Truth Serum
      • Product sold at Princess Opal's store in the mall that makes Princess Opal tell Selma the truth about the Love Potion she's trying to sell her, that it's mostly corn syrup and a little rubbing alcohol, and she'll be lucky if it doesn't make her hair fall out. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • Viagrogaine
      • The topical for bald, impotent men. "It gives you lots of hair and what you need down there. What are you waiting for, loser?" ...possible side effects include loss of scalp and penis. (Season 14 episode Barting Over)
  • Menu Items
    • Allen Ginsburgers
      • Menu item at Greaser's Cafe, a 50's style restaurant in Springfield. Marge comments, "It's clever how the names remind you of the 50s, and at the same time, tell you what there is to eat." (Season 11 episode Take My Wife, Sleaze)
    • Amtrak-style hot dog
      • Menu item on the Today's Specials board at Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • Baby Guts
      • Veal that Marge orders at Tavern on the Scream, the restaurant where the Simpsons eat at Itchy & Scratchy Land. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Bacon Balls
      • Previous menu item at Krusty Burger that Homer mentions that they took away from him. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • Ben Franklin
      • Menu item at Fleet-A-Pita, the fast food restaurant that Marge's old investment group The Investorettes chooses to invest in at the Springfield Franchise Expo, because it sounds more American than the real Middle Eastern name. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • Blow burger
      • Menu item at Gulp 'n' Blow, the fast food restaurant where Sideshow Mel works when Krusty's show gets canceled. (Season 4 episode Krusty Gets Kancelled)
    • Brain Burger With Extra Pus
      • Cheeseburger that Bart orders at Tavern on the Scream, the restaurant where the Simpsons eat at Itchy & Scratchy Land. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Breakfast Balls
      • Homer rushes to Krusty Burger to order Breakfast Balls before they stop serving, but gets stuck behind former president George Bush in the drive thru lane. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors)
    • Breakfast Time Hotdogs
      • Product sold at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Hell Toupée)
    • The Bruce Willis
      • Sandwich menu option at Izzy's Deli, where Bart and Lisa invite both Krusty and his father to lunch in an attempt to get them to reconcile. Krusty's father says he doesn't like his work. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Bucket of Twisty Lard
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Buffalo Things
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Cafeteria-style Fish Sticks
      • Special fish sticks in Lisa's Strike Preparedness Kit that she pulls out when the teachers of Springfield Elementary School go on strike. (Season 6 episode The PTA Disbands)
    • Chicken Lungs
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. "spicy or mild" (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Chinese Eatballs
      • Menu item at FŪD, the cafeteria at Swedish furniture store and IKEA parody SHØP. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • The Colossal Donut
      • Menu item at Lard Lad Donuts. Homer orders one, expecting a giant donut, but gets a regular sized donut, so he steals the big metal donut from the sign outside. (Season 7 episode Treehouse of Horror VI - segment Attack of the 50 Ft Eyesores)
    • Cow Legs
      • Menu item served in Springfield Elementary's cafeteria. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian)
    • Critic's Special
      • Menu item at the Frying Dutchman, the Sea Captain's restaurant, which Homer reviews when he becomes a food critic. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • Der Hamburger
      • Menu items at "Cafe”, the restaurant at Efcot Center, parody of Disney World's Epcot Center, include "La Pizza”, "Der Hamburger” and "Señor Grilled Cheese”. Marge Simpson: "Wow, the restaurant is so international.” (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • Doodlemunch
      • Menu item at FŪD, the cafeteria at Swedish furniture store and IKEA parody SHØP. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Doughnut Burger with Cheese
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. Homer orders two Krusty shakes, a doughnut burger with cheese and a party-size bucket of flan. (Season 12 episode Treehouse of Horror XI - segment Night of the Dolphin)
    • Eyeball Stew
      • Stew that Homer orders at Tavern on the Scream, the restaurant where the Simpsons eat at Itchy & Scratchy Land. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Faberge Egg Salad
      • Food served at the Springfield Preparatory School's Annual Fair. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Fat Man
      • $12.95 menu item advertised at Sha-Boom Ka-Boom! Cafe, a cafe seen on John's killer tour of Springfield. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • Feast of Twelve Delights with Triple Happiness Sauce
      • Menu item that Lisa asks about at Bob's Big Buddha, restaurant in Chinatown. (Season 13 A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love)
    • Fiesta Globs
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Fiestaritos
      • Menu item on the Today's Specials board at Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • Giblet McNiblets
      • Menu item served in Springfield Elementary's cafeteria. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian)
    • The Good Morning Burger
      • TV commercial that Homer watches: We take 18 ounces of sizzling ground beef and soak it in rich creamery butter. Then we top it off with bacon, ham and a fried egg. We call it the Good Morning Burger. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • Gravy Scrape 'ems
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • The Great Linguini
      • Menu item at Magic Palace for $5.99. (Season 12 episode The Great Money Caper)
    • Guilt-free Steak Fish Filets
      • Menu item at Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag, which Moe admits to Marge is actually bottom feeding suction eel. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • Hagenplopen
      • Menu item at FŪD, the cafeteria at Swedish furniture store and IKEA parody SHØP. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Half-man Half-ape Burgers
      • Burgers for sale in Tenderfoot Gorge when Homer is spotted covered in mud and mistaken for Bigfoot. (Season 1 episode The Call of the Simpsons)
    • Hegel's Bagels
      • The Cafe Kafka coffee shop on the Springfield University campus features Hegel's Bagels. "Tonight: Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky" (Season 14 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
    • Homer's Patented, Space-age, Out Of This World Moon Waffles
      • Waffles Homer makes when he stays home and the rest of the Simpsons go to church. (Season 4 Homer the Heretic)
    • Hot Lettuce Injection
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. "A heart healthy selection" (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Huevos Buffaleros
      • Homer as Connie Appleseed's father requests various buffalo products for breakfast, including buffalo sausage, huevos buffaleros, and some fresh-squeezed buffal-O.J,, from the Singing Hobo's Connie Appleseed story. (Season 12 episode Simpson Tall Tales)
    • IRS-wich
      • Menu item that Homer orders at IRS Burger, previously known as Krusty Burger. (Season 7 episode Bart the Fink)
    • Isotope Dog Supreme
      • New hot dog menu item at Duff Stadium with mesquite grilled onions, jalapeño relish and mango-lime salsa - southwestern ingredients because Duff has decided to move the Springfield Isotopes to Albuequerque. "The truth never tasted so good." (Season 12 episode Hungry, Hungry Homer)
    • The Jackie Mason
      • Sandwich menu option at Izzy's Deli, where Bart and Lisa invite both Krusty and his father to lunch in an attempt to get them to reconcile. Krusty's father says it makes him gassy. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • The Joey Bishop
      • Sandwich menu option at Izzy's Deli, where Bart and Lisa invite both Krusty and his father to lunch in an attempt to get them to reconcile. Krusty's father calls it too fatty. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Khlav Kalash (food)
      • Menu item served by street vendor in New York City. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
    • Krusty Burger (menu item)
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. (Season 3 episode Black Widower)
    • Krusty Burger Happy Meal
      • Bart gets a Happy Meal with a Plastic Krustysaurus as a prize - a dinosaur with Krusty's head, and Abe gets a Nostalgia Meal with 2 ration stamps and an artillery shell full of oleo, plus a Liberace action figure prize. (Season 3 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
    • Krusty Burger Nostalgia Meal
      • Bart gets a Happy Meal with a Plastic Krustysaurus as a prize - a dinosaur with Krusty's head, and Abe gets a Nostalgia Meal with 2 ration stamps and an artillery shell full of oleo, plus a Liberace action figure prize. (Season 3 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
    • Krusty Cookies
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • Krusty Dog
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • Krusty Fries
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. (Season 3 episode Black Widower)
    • Krusty Ice Cream
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • Krusty Ribwich
      • New sandwich available at Krusty Burger. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • The Krusty the Clown
      • Sandwich menu option at Izzy's Deli, where Bart and Lisa invite both Krusty and his father to lunch in an attempt to get them to reconcile. Ham, sausage and bacon, with a smidge of mayo, on white. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • La Bombe
      • Giant eclaire. The restaurant owners of Springfield to whom Homer gave bad reviews plan to kill Homer with a poisoned pastry, created by the chef from The French Confection. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • La Pizza
      • Menu items at "Cafe”, the restaurant at Efcot Center, parody of Disney World's Epcot Center, include "La Pizza”, "Der Hamburger” and "Señor Grilled Cheese”. Marge Simpson: "Wow, the restaurant is so international.” (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • Laffy Meal Fun Box
      • Lou eats a Laffy Meal Fun Box, Krusty Burger version of a Happy Meal. (Season 12 episode Day of the Jackanapes)
    • Little Boy
      • $3.95 menu item advertised at Sha-Boom Ka-Boom! Cafe, a cafe seen on John's killer tour of Springfield. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • Lobster Stuffed with Tacos
      • Menu item at fancy restaurant The Gilded Truffle. (Season 9 episode Dumbbell Indemnity)
    • Macho Sauce
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Million Dollar Birthday Fries
      • Menu item at Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag. When somebody orders it, Moe brings it out strapped to his head, singing and dancing. Todd Flanders orders it for his birthday, as do the twins Sherri and Terri. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • Moe's Hobo Chicken Chili
      • Menu item at Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag that Moe recommends to Marge. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • Mutton Buttons
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Nacho Cheez
      • Product sold at Kwik-E-Mart, which Snake uses to test out the Genuine Hair Comb. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Hell Toupée)
    • Party-size Bucket of Flan
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. Homer orders two Krusty shakes, a doughnut burger with cheese and a party-size bucket of flan. (Season 12 episode Treehouse of Horror XI - segment Night of the Dolphin)
    • Philly Fudge Steak
      • Previous menu item at Krusty Burger that Homer mentions that they took away from him. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • Polio Dogs
      • Menu item at Greaser's Cafe, a 50's style restaurant in Springfield. Marge comments, "It's clever how the names remind you of the 50s, and at the same time, tell you what there is to eat." (Season 11 episode Take My Wife, Sleaze)
    • Polpenlügen
      • Menu item at FŪD, the cafeteria at Swedish furniture store and IKEA parody SHØP. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Poodlemunch
      • Menu item at FŪD, the cafeteria at Swedish furniture store and IKEA parody SHØP. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Premiere Gourmet Hot Dogs
      • Menu item served in Springfield Elementary's cafeteria. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian)
    • Ranchy Wingy Thingys
      • Menu item on the Today's Specials board at Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • Refried Dog Poop
      • Bart does impressions at the Springfield Elementary School talent show, including one of Lunchlady Doris: Today's special is refried dog poop. (Season 3 episode Lisa's Pony)
    • Salisbury Balls
      • Menu item served in Springfield Elementary's cafeteria. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian)
    • Salisbury Soup
      • Menu item served in the Springfield Elementary school cafeteria. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • Señor Grilled Cheese
      • Menu items at "Cafe”, the restaurant at Efcot Center, parody of Disney World's Epcot Center, include "La Pizza”, "Der Hamburger” and "Señor Grilled Cheese”. Marge Simpson: "Wow, the restaurant is so international.” (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • Shark Butt with Butt Sauce
      • Menu item that Bart orders at Bob's Big Buddha, restaurant in Chinatown. (Season 13 A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love)
    • Sir Loin-a-lot
      • Steak available by special request at new Springfield restaurant The Slaughterhouse that's the size of a boogie board. Homer orders it, along with meatballs to drink. (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • Sloppy Jimbo
      • New menu item available in the Springfield Elementary School cafeteria after the staff start cooking students. (Season 6 episode Treehouse of Horror V - segment: Nightmare Cafeteria)
    • Snout Snips
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Southwestern Pizza Fingers
      • Menu item at Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag, which are described as awesomely outrageous. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • Spaghetti And Moe Balls
      • Menu item at Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag that Bart orders, and Homer finishes when Bart leaves early. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • Squid Platter With Extra Tentacles
      • Menu item at The Rusty Barnacle. (Season 1 episode Homer's Night Out)
    • Super Choker Breakfast Burrito
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • The Sushi Sampler
      • Menu item at The Happy Sumo. Recommendation for a family that's not sure they should be there. Has a little bit of everything. It is very nonthreatening. (Season 2 episode One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish)
    • Swedish Eatballs
      • Menu item at FŪD, the cafeteria at Swedish furniture store and IKEA parody SHØP. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Sweet and Sour Rice with Fragrant Bee Bellies Or Cat Noses
      • Menu item that Lisa orders - without the fragrant bee bellies or cat noses - at Bob's Big Buddha, restaurant in Chinatown. (Season 13 A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love)
    • Tax Burger
      • Menu item that Homer orders at IRS Burger, previously known as Krusty Burger. (Season 7 episode Bart the Fink)
    • Tower of Babel
      • Ice cream menu option at the church's ice cream social that Homer orders. (Season 12 episode I'm Goin' to Praiseland)
    • Triple Double Burger
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Unamerican Cheese Sandwich
      • Menu item at Greaser's Cafe, a 50's style restaurant in Springfield. Marge comments, "It's clever how the names remind you of the 50s, and at the same time, tell you what there is to eat." (Season 11 episode Take My Wife, Sleaze)
    • Vegemite Sub
      • Footlong andwich sold at Subway in Australia. (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia)
    • Wasabi Infused Rice Krispie Squares with a Portobello Glaze
      • Dish that Wolfgang Puck serves at the Springfield Preparatory School's Annual Fair. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Whatcha-ma-Chicken
      • Previous menu item at Krusty Burger that Homer mentions that they took away from him. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • Whatchamacarcass
      • Kent Brockman reports on the new epidemic raging through Springfield, and this one didn't start with Krusty Burger's Whatchamacarcass Sandwich, which Krusty claims was made with non-diseased meat from diseased animals. (Season 16 episode There's Something About Marrying)
    • Yam
      • Menu item at FŪD, the cafeteria at Swedish furniture store and IKEA parody SHØP. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • You
      • Menu item at Mickey Mao's, the Chinese restaurant from Itchy and Scratchy cartoon. When Scratchy asks what's on the menu, Itchy reveals, "You". (Season 15 episode Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore)
  • Menu Items-Drinks
    • 44 Oz. Big Lush
      • Homer's soda drink at the ice hockey game. (Season 6 episode Lisa on Ice)
    • Astro-lemonade
      • Beverage Marge serves Homer and his nerd friends that help him build his rocket. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • Champagne Squishy
      • "It should get you pretty darn hammered." (Season 10 episode I'm With Cupid)
    • Cookies and Cream Martini
      • Drink Homer orders for his Vegas wife Amber at Moe's. (Season 13 episode Brawl in the Family)
    • Deep Fried Diet Coke
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Dependent Size Soda
      • Menu item that Homer orders at IRS Burger, previously known as Krusty Burger. (Season 7 episode Bart the Fink)
    • FICO-cchino
      • Menu item that Homer orders at IRS Burger, previously known as Krusty Burger. (Season 7 episode Bart the Fink)
    • Flaming Homer
      • Mixed drink that Homer comes up with when he runs out of beer at home. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Flaming Moe
      • Mixed drink that Moe steals from Homer, when it was called Flaming Homer, and uses it give his bar a makeover. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Flanders Planter's Punch
      • Alcoholic drink that Ned Flanders makes at the Simpsons' house party. It has three shots of rum, a jigger of bourbon and a little Crème de cassis for flavor. (Season 2 episode The War of the Simpsons)
    • The Forget-Me-Shot
      • A mixed drink served by Moe at Moe's Tavern. It wipes out the drinker's memory of the last 24 hours.
    • Krusty Brand Milk Shake
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. (Season 3 episode Black Widower, Season 9 episode Miracle on Evergreen Terrace, Season 12 episode Treehouse of Horror XI - segment Night of the Dolphin)
      • Sideshow Mel drinks a Krusty Brand milkshake thanks to Abe Simpson's lactose intolerance pills. (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
    • Krusty Orange Drink
      • Menu item at Krusty Burger. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • Lawnmower
      • Mixed drink Homer invents - and serves to Ron Howard. Vodka and wheat grass. (Season 10 episode When You Dish Upon a Star)
    • Lean Cuisini

      • Moe Szyslak: Now let's say a put a Lean Cuisine in a blender and I pour some beer on it. What do you call that?
        Sideshow Mel: A Lean Cuisini?
        Moe Szyslak: Wrong.
        (Season 16 episode There's Something About Marrying)
    • Marge-aritas New record added 6/8/2021
      • Margaritas Marge makes for the adults at their Chicken Pox party. (Season 17 episode Milhouse of Sand and Fog)
    • Refried Whiskey
      • Drink Marge prepares when Bart's new friend and movie cowboy Buck McCoy visits the Simpsons. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Screaming Orgasm
      • Drinks served at Edna Krabappel's bachelorette party. (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)
    • Sex with An Alligator
      • Drinks served at Edna Krabappel's bachelorette party. (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)
    • Smooshie
      • After Apu has an affair with the Squishee girl at Kwik-E-Mart, he replaces the Squishee machine with a Smooshie machine. (Season 3 episode The Sweetest Apu)
    • Squishee
      • Also known as Squishie, or Squishy. Unhealthy frozen drink sold at Kwik-E-Mart, from various episodes. Apu gives Bart a custom chutney-flavored squishee. (Season 3 episode The Otto Show) Bart and Milhouse take the twenty dollars they find to Kwik-E-Matt for a squishie no one's ever attempted before, one made with all syrup. (Season 5 episode Boy Scouts N the Hood)
    • Virgin Scream Orgasm
      • Drinks served at Edna Krabappel's bachelorette party. (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • The Albany Ham Scam
      • Bart gets a book of cons for kids that includes all the classic cons, such as the Pigeon Drop, the Ear Wigger, the Brillstein Grab, and a father/son scam called the Albany Ham Scam. (Season 12 episode The Great Money Caper)
    • Application 27R Santa Clause
      • Job application Homer fills out to become a shopping mall Santa. (Season 1 episode Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire)
    • Blood Type Double O Negative
      • Mr. Burns' very rare blood type - and, as it turns out, Bart Simpson's. (Season 2 episode Blood Feud)
    • The Brillstein Grab
      • Bart gets a book of cons for kids that includes all the classic cons, such as the Pigeon Drop, the Ear Wigger, the Brillstein Grab, and a father/son scam called the Albany Ham Scam. (Season 12 episode The Great Money Caper)
    • Canine-Human Mindmeld
      • Technique known only by the clerk at the Springfield Pet Shop, and three other clerks that work there. (Season 6 episode Two Dozen and One Greyhounds)
    • Coma Lock
      • Patented wrestling move of World Class Wrestling's Professor Werner von Brawn. (Season 2 episode Bart the Daredevil)
    • Crayola Oblongata
      • Unlicensed surgeon Moe inserts a crayon into Homer's brain to make him dumb again. (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • Crossing The Desert
      • Ritual that all Stonecutters must endure during initiation, being paddled by existing members, same as The Unblinking Eye, The Wreck of the Hesperus and The Paddling of the Swollen Ass, with paddles. (Season 6 episode Homer the Great)
    • The Ear Wigger
      • Bart gets a book of cons for kids that includes all the classic cons, such as the Pigeon Drop, the Ear Wigger, the Brillstein Grab, and a father/son scam called the Albany Ham Scam. (Season 12 episode The Great Money Caper)
    • Flush Dance
      • Balki dances in the toilet on an episode of Perfect Strangers. (Season 14 episode Barting Over)
    • Form 1790
      • When the Simpsons complain about the air traffic over their house, they are directed to fill out Form 1790 - the form to open a Cinnabon stand. (Season 14 episode Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington)
    • The Funky Grandpa
      • Dance that Abe Simpson briefly demonstrates before falling asleep. (Season 9 episode Lisa's Sax)
    • The Leap Of Faith
      • Ritual that all Stonecutters must endure during initiation, a five story plunge to prove your character. (Season 6 episode Homer the Great)
    • Levitating Dragon Trick
      • Trick that Lisa performs at the Spellzapoppin' Magic Recital at Springwart's School of Magicry on Halloween Night. (Season 13 episode Treehouse of Horror XII - segment Wiz Kids)
    • The Paddling Of The Swollen Ass, With Paddles.
      • Final ritual that all Stonecutters must endure during initiation, being paddled by existing members, same as Crossing the Desert, The Unblinking Eye and The Wreck of the Hesperus. (Season 6 episode Homer the Great)
    • The Penetrada
      • The Samba School's most powerful new dance. "It makes sex look like a church." (Season 13 episode Blame it on Lisa)
    • The Pigeon Drop
      • Bart gets a book of cons for kids that includes all the classic cons, such as the Pigeon Drop, the Ear Wigger, the Brillstein Grab, and a father/son scam called the Albany Ham Scam. (Season 12 episode The Great Money Caper)
    • Tango De La Muerte (dance)
      • Dance from the movie Tango de la Muerte that Marge and Lisa watch while Homer gets laser eye surgery at Springfield Mall. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Trans-dental Electromicide
      • Medical procedure that Dr. Nick mentions to Abe Simpson when he freaks out in the emergency room: "The symptoms you describe point to Bonus Eruptus. It's a terrible disorder where the skeleton tries to leap out of the mouth and escape the body. Our one chance is trans-dental electromicide. I'll need a gold cart motor with 1,000 volt capacitor, stat." (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield)
    • The Unblinking Eye
      • Ritual that all Stonecutters must endure during initiation, being paddled by existing members, same as Crossing the Desert, The Wreck of the Hesperus and The Paddling of the Swollen Ass, with paddles. (Season 6 episode Homer the Great)
    • The University of Minnesota Spankalogical Protocol
      • Dr. Foster's treatment for a young Ned Flanders - eight months of spanking. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)
    • The Wreck Of The Hesperus
      • Ritual that all Stonecutters must endure during initiation, being paddled by existing members, same as Crossing the Desert, The Unblinking Eye and The Paddling of the Swollen Ass, with paddles. (Season 6 episode Homer the Great)
  • Middle Schools
    • The Springfield Magnet School For The Gifted and Troublesome
      • Principal Skinner transfers Lisa to another school to end the strike she organized. (Season 15 episode The President Wore Pearls)
    • Springfield Preparatory School
      • After Homer steals the Olympic torch and Marge gives it back, the Simpsons stumble on the Springfield Preparatory School's fundraiser Annual Fair. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
  • Military Bases
    • Area 51-A
      • Classified military base, where Lisa ends up after taking what she thought was Bus 22 that would take her to the museum, but she actually takes Bus 22-A. (Season 9 episode Lost Our Lisa)
    • Army Proving Ground
      • Military installation, upcoming stop that the bus driver calls out on Lisa's bus, which she thought was Bus 22 that will take her to the museum, but she's actually on Bus 22-A. (Season 9 episode Lost Our Lisa)
    • Cattle Skull Testing Grounds
      • Military base mentioned over the P.A. at the Springfield train station. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Fort Fragg
      • Local military base where Bart steals a tank. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Fort Sensible
      • Old military fort where Marge takes Bart in Olde Springfield Towne. (Season 4 episode Whacking Day)
    • U.S. Air Force Base
      • Generic military base featuring the Air Show where Sideshow Bob escapes. (Season 7 episode Sideshow Bob's Last Gleamings)
  • Mining Companies
    • Ajax Steel Mill
      • Gay steel mill where Homer takes Bart to keep him straight. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • Burns Slant Drilling Co.
      • Company Mr. Burns uses to drain all the oil from beneath Springfield Elementary. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns?)
  • Mountains
    • Death Mountain
      • Mountain that Chief Wiggum mentions when he releases supervillain Dr. Colossos from jail. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 2)
    • Mount Bloodkill
      • Bart plays with his action figures: "Sergeant Activity, your mission is to scale the icy walls of Mount Bloodkill." (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Mount Carlmore
      • Big rock in the desert that Lenny carved his best buddy Carl's face into in West Springfield. (Season 13 episode Half-Decent Proposal)
    • Mount Embolism
      • When Homer rediscovers the snow skis he bought after the Nagano Olympics, the Simpsons go skiing on Mount Embolism. (Season 11 episode Little Big Mom)
    • Mount Springfield
      • Local mountain in Springfield.
      • Homer and Lisa go hiking when the football season ends. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
      • Bart and Lisa accidentally start a fire while taking a photo for the new phone book cover contest. (Season 11 episode Days of Wine and D'oh'ses)
      • Visible on map in the Simpsons' house when they're looking for Homer. (Season 13 episode Half-Decent Proposal)
      • The eruption of Mount Springfield interrupts Chloe Talbot's trip to Capital City for a women's conference. (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
    • Mt. Useful
      • Strategic granite reserve, location of the Mr. Burns' power plant teamwork retreat. (Season 8 episode Mountain of Madness)
    • The Murderhorn
      • Highest mountain in Springfield. (Season 9 episode King of the Hill)
    • Springfield Mountains
      • The piece of Heaven where Springfield's only 2 star health spa, Rancho Relaxo, is located. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Widow's Peak
      • Mountain Kent Brockman mentions. Hardest hit by the blizzard. Homer tricks Barney into plowing the road up, and Barney gets stuck in an avalanche. (Season 4 episode Mr. Plow)
  • Movie Theaters
    • Aztec Theater
      • Movie theater in Springfield, from various episodes.
      • Playing Space Mutants 4: The Trilogy Continues. (Season 1 episode The Telltale Head)
      • Principal Skinner takes Patty to see Space Mutants V. (Season 2 episode Principal Charming)
      • Background. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
      • Flashback of Homer and Marge going to see The Empire Strikes Back. (Season 3 episode I Married Marge)
      • Playing Ernest Needs a Kidney (Season 3 episode Bart the Lover)
      • Playing Tame the Mighty Hudson. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
      • Playing When Harry Met Sally. (Season 6 episode And Maggie Makes Three)
      • The Simpsons watch Mel Gibson's new movie. (Season 11 episode Beyond Blunderdome)
      • Marge takes Homer to see Showgirls. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
      • Homer watches Love is Nice with Julia Roberts. (Season 12 episode HOMR)
      • Seen during the opening of Kent Brockman's Eye on Springfield. "Closed for repairs" (Season 14 episode The Strong Arms of the Ma)
      • The premiere of science fiction movie Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow, parody of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
      • Ned Flanders' religious movie Tales of the Old Testament plays at the Aztec Theater. Running time 800 minutes. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • BIG Theater
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    • Chinese Man's Theater
      • Movie theater in Hollywood next door to Mann's Chinese Theater. (Season 11 episode Beyond Blunderdome)
    • Facination
      • Adult movie theater in New York from Homer's flashback story, featuring Jeremiah's Johnson. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
    • Larry's Chinese Theatre
      • Local movie theater in Springfield, featured during the opening credits of Kent Brockman's Eye on Springfield TV show, parody of Grauman's/Mann's Chinese Theatre. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's) Movie theater in Springfield seen during the opening of Kent Brockman's Eye on Springfield. (Season 14 episode The Strong Arms of the Ma)
    • Limited Appeal Theater New record added 5/28/2021
      • Lisa wins 4 free tickets to see Kosovo Autumn, the latest film by acclaimed director Mladzieul Klernt, playing at the Limited Appeal Theater. Winner of the Romanian Film Festival's prestigious Golden Bucket award. (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Merry Pervert
      • Adult movie theater in New York from Homer's flashback story, featuring The Godfather's Parts, II and Five Sleazy Pieces. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
    • New Haven Uptown Uniplex
      • Local cinematorium where Mr. Burns takes Larry's mother Lily to see Gone with the Wind, where their passions are inflamed by Clark Gable's reckless use of the word Damn. (Season 8 episode Burns, Baby Burns)
    • Route 18 Drive-In
      • Troy McClure takes Marge's sister Selma out to see one of his movies at the Route 18 Drive-In.
    • Route 18 Flea Market And Drive-in
      • Drive-in movie theater showing the movie Muppets Go Medieval, where Troy takes Selma. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Springfield Cinema
      • Marge and Lisa watch the new movie Tango de la Muerte at Springfield Cinema at Springfield Mall. Marge mentions that she's been dying to see it, and Lisa mentions that it got rave reviews from both the Entertainment Radio Network and the Radio Entertainment Network. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield) The Simpsons spot the Mr. Movie Phone guy at the phone company store, he mentions Springfield Cinema 6. (Season 13 episode Blame it on Lisa)
    • Springfield Drive-in
      • Movie theater visible from Apu rooftop garden at Kwik-E-Mart, currently showing real film "I Spit on Your Grave", and fake film "I Thumb Through Your Magazines". (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian) Homer watches Hail to the Chimp instead of stealing Moe's car, which he is supposed to be leaving on the railroad tracks to be destroyed so Moe can get the insurance money. (Season 9 episode Dumbbell Indemnity) Bart and his friends sneak into the Springfield Drive-in to watch horror movie The Bloodening, previously advertised on Channel 6. (Season 10 episode Wild Barts Can't Be Broken)
      • Abe Simpson takes his date Zelda to see Dude, Where's My Virginity at the Springfield Drive-In, a movie starring Bridget Fonda, Jr. and Judd Nelson as Dean Probationly. (Season 13 episode The Old Man and the Key)
    • Springfield Googolplex Theatres
      • Local movie theater in Springfield, from various episodes.
      • The Simpsons park in a compact car spot. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
      • Bart, Milhouse and his girlfriend Samantha Stanky go see Space Mutants. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
      • The Simpsons go see The Poke of Zorro, inspiring Homer to challenge people to duels. (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
      • Homer gets impatient with all of the previews while The Simpsons wait to watch Shenani-Goats. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
      • Everything is sold out, so Homer takes the kids - including Rod and Todd Flanders - to see horror movie The Re-Deadening. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
      • The Simpsons go to the movies. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
      • Homer and the kids watch Left Below, a parody of Left Behind, about the rapture. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • Springfield IMAX
      • Bart takes Edna out on a "pity date from a ten year old” to see Nature's Biggest Holes at the Springfield IMAX. (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • Springfield-X
      • Adult movie theater in Springfield Krusty passes on his way home from dinner at the Simpsons' house, showing For Your Thighs Only, Crocodile Done Me and Doctor Strangepants. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown) Adult movie theater where Chief Wiggum busts Krusty the Clown. (Season 4 episode I Love Lisa)
    • Stardust Drive-in
      • While on their truck driving adventure, Homer and Bart watch The Monster that Ate Everybody at the Stardust Drive-in. (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
  • Movies
    • "P" Is For Psycho
      • Hello everybody, I'm Troy McClure, star of such films as "P" is for Psycho and The President's Neck is Missing. (Season 4 episode Marge in Chains)
    • The Adventures of Lisa Simpson, Girl Cowboy
      • Flanders now has a kiosk in Springfield Mall selling personalized movies. He shows Homer the one he made for his son Rod. "Kiosk Productions presents an outer space adventure starring you” Homer buys a movie for Lisa for her birthday. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Ape Chimp
      • Movie available for rent at Lackluster Video. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Apes-A-Poppin' (The Airline Version)
      • When Homer donates a kidney to Abe, Bart rents him all his favorite gorilla movies - Gorilla Squadron, Gorilla Island Six, Apes-A-Poppin' (The Airline Version). (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Baby Cops 3: Tired and Cranky
      • Movie playing at Googolplex Theatres. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • The Bad Football
      • Sports movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Beach Blanket Beethoven
      • Movie starring Frankie Avalon, poster on Patty & Selma's bedroom wall in flashback scene. (Season 2 episode Three Men and a Comic Book)
    • Blood On The Blackboard: The Bart Simpson Story
      • Movie made about Bart's adventure working for Fat Tony, starring Richard chamberlain as Principal Skinner, Joe Mantegna as Fat Tony, Jane Seymour as the woman he loved and Neil Patrick Harris as Bart Simpson. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • The Boatjacking Of Supership 79
      • Hello, I'm Troy McClure. You might remember me from such films as The Boatjacking of Supership 79 and Hydro: The Man with the Hydraulic Arms. (Season 5 episode Lady Bouvier's Lover)
    • Boner Academy
      • College comedy movie. The Spellympics are hosted by George Plimpton, founder of the Paris Review, who also played the evil dead in Boner Academy. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • Border Siesta
      • Movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Brittle Boneheads
      • Three Stooges movie featuring very old stooges that Homer and Bart watch on TV. (Season 14 episode Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington)
    • A Burns For All Seasons
      • Film that Mr. Burns enters in the Springfield Film Festival. (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
    • The Bus that Couldn't Slow Down
      • Homer: I saw this in a movie about a bus that had to speed around the city, keeping its speed over fifty, and if its speed dropped, the bus would explode! I think it was called The Bus that Couldn't Slow Down. (Season 8 episode The Springfield Files)
    • Buttercups of Autumn
      • Lifetime film advertised at the video store. (Season 14 episode Brake My Wife, Please)
    • Calling All Coeds
      • Movie filmed at the lush and Verdant campus of the Springfield Preparatory School. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Calling All Quakers
      • Movie starring Troy McClure: As I said to Dolores Montenegro in Calling All Quakers, "Have it your way, baby." (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Cards
      • Movie trailer that Homer and Marge watch at Googolplex Theatres. Coming this summer from Dreamworks. 52 jokers playing the game of their lives. This summer, the house is full, and the deuces are wild! (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • Cemetery Academy
      • Movie available for rent at Lackluster Video. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Chocolate 2: The Vanilla-ing
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres when the Simpsons watch Shenani-Goats. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Chorus
      • Dance movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • The Christmas that Almost Wasn't But then Was
      • Principal Skinner shows the children the 1938 classic mirth-making film The Christmas that Almost Wasn't But Then Was, produced by Consolidated Pictures. (Season 12 episode Skinner's Sense of Snow)
    • Clank, Clank, You're Dead!
      • Bart and Lisa find the robot from the science fiction movie Clank, Clank, You're Dead! at Cockamamie's, a collectibles and antiques store at Springfield Mall. "A mechanical man with the heart of a monster!" (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • Colonel Dracula Joins the Army
      • Late night movie on TV that Homer and Bart fall asleep watching. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)
    • The Contrabulous Fabtraption Of Professor Horatio Hufnagel
      • Newly divorced Troy McClure's pet project that he writes and directs. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Craving Molly, Alaska New record added 5/28/2021
      • Film playing the Limited Appeal Theater. (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Cry Yuma
      • Hello, I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from Cry Yuma and Here Comes the Coast Guard! I'd like to talk about a candy that cleans and straightens your teeth! (Season 2 episode Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment)
    • Curling For Loonies
      • Sports movie being filmed at Paramountie Studios in Toronto where Rainier Wolfcastle is filming his new movie, Undercover Hero. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Da Da Da
      • Movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • David Vs. Super Goliath
      • Bible epic starring Troy McClure that Lisa mentions. (Season 9 episode Das Bus)
    • Diet Coke: The Movie
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • Disney's Stroller Rental: The Movie
      • Movie playing at Googolplex Theatres. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • Dude, Where's My Prostate
      • Movie playing at Googolplex Theatres. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • Editor-in-Chimp
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres when the Simpsons watch Shenani-Goats. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut) Movie advertised at the video store featuring a monkey wearing a hat. (Season 14 episode Brake My Wife, Please)
    • The Electric Gigolo
      • Movie Selma mentions to Troy: "Troy, darling come to bed. I want to see the Troy McClure I remember from such films as Make-Out King of Montana and the Electric Gigolo." (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Explosion 2
      • Movie playing at Googolplex Theatres. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • Facepuncher IV
      • Movie playing Springfield Googolplex Theaters. (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
    • Final Chapter: A New Beginning
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres when the Simpsons watch Shenani-Goats. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Fireball and Mudflap
      • When Bart and Lisa accidentally set Mount Springfield on fire, all of the firemen in Springfield are busy filming a new movie in which Burt Reynolds plays Jerry "Fireball" Mudflap, a feisty supreme court justice who's searching for his birthmother while completing in a cross-country fire truck race. It's garbage. (Season 11 episode Days of Wine and D'oh'ses)
    • Fly Boy III
      • Movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • From Here To Infirmity
      • In a commercial shown at Totally sick, twisted, F***ed-Up Animation Festival, after a tough day on the set making their classic film From Here to Infirmity, Itchy and Scratchy relax with Laramie Extra Tar cigarettes. "And now there's more nico-glycerol" (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • Ghost Frat
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • Give My Remains to Broadway
      • Movie that Selma mentions when meeting Troy McClure: "You're Troy McClure. I remember you from such films as Meet Joe Blow and Give My Remains to Broadway." Parody of Give My Regards to Broadway. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Gladys, The Groovy Mule
      • I'm Troy McClure. You might remember me from such films as Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die and Gladys, the Groovy Mule. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Goodtime Slim, Uncle Doobie, And The Great Frisco Freak Out
      • 1971 film starring Troy McClure played on the Thousand Dollar Movie program. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy)
    • Gorilla Island Six
      • When Homer donates a kidney to Abe, Bart rents him all his favorite gorilla movies - Gorilla Squadron, Gorilla Island Six, Apes-A-Poppin' (The Airline Version). (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Gorilla Squadron
      • When Homer donates a kidney to Abe, Bart rents him all his favorite gorilla movies - Gorilla Squadron, Gorilla Island Six, Apes-A-Poppin' (The Airline Version). (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Gorilla The Conqueror
      • Movie featured as part of Big Gorilla Week on Million Dollar Movie. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets an F)
    • Gunfight At The Museum of Natural History
      • Bart meets famous movie cowboy Buck McCoy, and his stuffed moose movie prop from the movie Gunfight at the Museum of Natural History. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Hail To The Chimp
      • Movie Homer watches at the Springfield Drive-In, instead of stealing Moe's car, which he is supposed to be leaving on the railroad tracks to be destroyed so Moe can get the insurance money. (Season 9 episode Dumbbell Indemnity)
    • Hands Off My Jerky, Turkey
      • The name of the screenplay that Apu works on in a class at Springfield Community College. (Season 2 episode Brush With Greatness)
    • Happy Little Allison Tinkly-Winkle Town
      • Movie that Lisa looks for but can't find at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • The Happy Little Elves Meet Fuzzy Snuggleduck
      • Movie available to watch through Relaxo-Vision, the movie service at Rancho Relaxo, Springfield's only 2 star health spa. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • The Happy Little Elves! Meet The Curious Bear Cub!
      • Tape from the Simpsons' video library that Marge tells the babysitter Bart and Lisa can watch until bedtime. (Season 1 episode Some Enchanted Evening)
    • Hell Hath No Little Vicki
      • Movie poster on the wall at Lil' Vicki's School of Dance, starring Little Vicki Valentine. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Help, My Son is a Nerd!
      • Upcoming film starring Rainier Wolfcastle. (Season 4 episode Krusty Gets Kancelled)
    • Hercules Versus The Martians
      • Movie featured on late night TV program Academy Award Playhouse that Krusty watches. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Homemaker to Homeless
      • Marge watches TV: "Wifetime TV presents From Homemaker to Homeless, based on a true story." (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
    • Honk if You're Horny
      • Movie Homer goes to see by himself, featuring Pauly Shore and Faye Dunaway. (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)
    • Hot Grits A Flyin'
      • Movie on the Springfield Googolplex marquee. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • I Thumb Through Your Magazines
      • Fake film currently being shown at the Springfield Drive-In, along with real film "I Spit on Your Grave". (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian)
    • The Incredible Shrinking McBain
      • Bart's are friend is McBain actor Rainier Wolfcastle's daughter. He goes over to her house for a playdate, where there are props from one of his movies, giant everyday items like a comb, a watch, a telephone, a book of matches and the Q-Tip he used to kill Ross Perot. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Itchy & Scratchy Meet Fritz The Cat
      • Old Itchy & Scratchy movie from what appears to be the 70s, strictly for adults. (Season 7 episode The Day the Violence Died)
    • Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie
      • Coming for Christmas. 53% new footage. (Season 4 episode Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie)
    • I'll Fry Your Face III
      • Movie playing at the Springfield Googolplex Theatre. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
    • Jerk-cules
      • Movie available for rent at Lackluster Video. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Kanga-Roommate!
      • In-flight movie starring Jim Belishi on the Simpsons' Air Japan flight to Japan. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Kill Bill Maher
      • Movie playing at Googolplex Theatres. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • Kosovo Autumn New record added 5/28/2021
      • Lisa wins 4 free tickets to see Kosovo Autumn, the latest film by acclaimed director Mladzieul Klernt, playing at the Limited Appeal Theater. Winner of the Romanian Film Festival's prestigious Golden Bucket award. (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Laff And A Haff
      • Short film starring The Little Rascals. Moe reveals that he was one of the original Little Rascals, starring in a short film called Laff and a Haff. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Lead Paint: Delicious But Deadly
      • Hello, I'm actor Troy McClure. You kids might remember me from such education films as Lead Paint: Delicious but Deadly, and Here Comes the Metric System. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • Leper In The Back Field
      • Movie that news anchorman mentions when reporting on Troy's comeback: "We may remember Troy from such films as The Verdict was Mail Fraud and Leper in the Back Field". (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Lisa Simpson: The Movie
      • Flanders now has a kiosk in Springfield Mall selling personalized movies. He shows Homer the one he made for his son Rod. "Kiosk Productions presents an outer space adventure starring you” Homer buys a movie for Lisa for her birthday. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Little Vicki for President
      • Movie poster on the wall at Lil' Vicki's School of Dance, starring Little Vicki Valentine. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Little Vicki Vs. Big Rhonda
      • Movie poster on the wall at Lil' Vicki's School of Dance, starring Little Vicki Valentine. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Locker Room Towel Fight
      • Hi. I'm Troy McClure. You might remember me from such films as...
    • Locker Room Towel Fight: The Blinding Of Larry Driscoll
      • Movie Lisa mentions when meeting Troy McClure: "I remember you from such filmstrips as Locker Room Towel Fight: The Blinding of Larry Driscoll." (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Love is Nice
      • After having a crayon removed from his brain, Homer watches the romantic comedy Love is Nice starring Julia Roberts, Bill Pullman and Richard Gere at the Aztec theater, but doesn't think it's funny. (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • Makeout King of Montana
      • Movie Selma mentions to Troy: "Troy, darling come to bed. I want to see the Troy McClure I remember from such films as Make-Out King of Montana and the Electric Gigolo." (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • McBain
      • Action movie, tribute to the movies of Arnold Schwarzenegger. (Season 2 episode The Way We Was)
    • McBain IV: Fatal Discharge
      • New McBain movie that newly divorced Troy McClure turns down to write and direct his own pet project, The Contrabulous Fabtraption of Professor Horatio Hufnagel. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • McBain VI
      • Poster in the lobby of Aztec Theater. (Season 11 episode Beyond Blunderdome)
    • McBain: Let's Get Silly
      • Film that Jay Sherman reviews on Coming Attractions, from The Critic. A mix of action and comedy. (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
    • McBane VI
      • Movie poster on the wall at the Aztec behind Mel Gibson when the crowd rushes him. Normally spelled McBain. (Season 11 episode Beyond Blunderdome)
    • Mel Gibson's The Salad of The Christ
      • When Santa's Little Helper swallows the remote control for the TV, the channel changes every time he barks - from the Sitcom Sunday lineup to a Spanish version of Wheel of Fortune called Rueda de Fortuna to Mel Gibson's the Salad of the Christ on Christian Carrot Theater to rap music news show Hip-hoppenings. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • Michael Eisner Vs. Michael Ovitz
      • Movie playing at Googolplex Theatres. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • The Momentum of Things
      • When the latest chapter of the epic space saga Cosmic Wars comes out, Otto learns that he camped out for three weeks at the wrong ticket window, for a movie starring Ellen Burstyn and Jim Broadbent. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Movie For A Dreary Afternoon
      • Afternoon movie on local television. (Season 2 episode Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish)
    • Mr. McGrew's Christmas Carol
      • Animated holiday special that Homer watches. (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
    • Mr. Rogers Drunk
      • While managing the Android's Dungeon after Comic Book Guy's cardiac episode, Bart and Milhouse stumble on his secret stash of bootleg videos. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (remake)
      • A Gibson/Simpson Joint.
    • My Baby Is An Ugly Man
      • Rainier Wolfcastle carries Homer home from his estate sale in a giant Snugli that he used to carry Rob Schneider in his movie My Baby is an Ugly Man. (Season 14 episode The Strong Arms of the Ma)
    • My Best Friend's Gay Baby
      • Movie starring Ned's new girlfriend Sara Sloane. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Nudist Camp Commandant
      • Movie featuring a nude Rainier Wolfcastle. (Season 14 The Great Louse Detective)
    • Oppenheimer's Elevator New record added 5/28/2021
      • Film playing the Limited Appeal Theater. (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Panic In Alaska
      • Movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • The Passion of Cain and Abel
      • Ned Flanders' religious film, starring his sons Rod and Todd. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Pinnitchy-O
      • Roger Meyer's next full length feature after Scratchtasia, mentioned in The Roger Meyers Story, the biographical film about the genius behind Itchy & Scratchy, shown in Itchy & Scratchy Land. Parody of Pinocchio. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Preacher With A Shovel
      • Movie Bart and Lisa watch on TV, starring Troy McClure and Delores Montenegro. (Season 3 episode Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington)
    • President Black Guy
      • Movie available for rent at Lackluster Video. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • The President's Neck Is Missing
      • Hello everybody, I'm Troy McClure, star of such films as "P" is for Psycho and The President's Neck is Missing. (Season 4 episode Marge in Chains)
    • Private Surfboard
      • Movie starring Frankie Avalon, poster on Patty & Selma's bedroom wall in flashback scene. (Season 2 episode Three Men and a Comic Book)
    • Race Movie IV
      • Movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Radioactive Man (Movie)
      • Movie based on Bart's favorite comic book. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • Return To Ape Valley
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • The Revenge of Abe Lincoln
      • Hi, I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from such films as The Revenge of Abe Lincoln and The Wackiest Covered Wagon in the West. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Rip Roarin' Reverend
      • Movie on the Springfield Googolplex marquee. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • The Road To Egypt
      • Movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Roger Corman's Titanic
      • Film featured on the anthology series Thousand Dollar Movie. (Season 10 episode Mayored to the Mob)
    • Scratchtasia
      • The full length musical by Roger Meyers, mentioned in The Roger Meyers Story, the biographical film about the genius behind Itchy & Scratchy, shown in Itchy & Scratchy Land. Parody of Fantasia. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Shenani-Goats
      • Homer gets impatient with all of the previews while The Simpsons wait to watch Shenani-Goats at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Shoal! The Musical
      • Movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Sing, Monkey, Sing
      • Movie on the Springfield Googolplex marquee. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • Siskel & Ebert: The Movie
      • Movie playing at the Aztec Theater. "Two Thumbs Up" - Siskel & Ebert. (Season 5 episode Burns' Heir)
    • Six Brides For Seven Brothers
      • Movie starring famous movie cowboy Buck McCoy. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Six-Gun Lullaby
      • Movie starring famous movie cowboy Buck McCoy. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Ski Skul
      • Movie available for rent at Lackluster Video. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Sleeping with Pinocchio
      • Movie starring Ned's new girlfriend Sara Sloane that Marge mentions when Ned and Sara come over for dinner. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • The Smell In Room 19
      • Movie playing at the Springfield Googolplex Theatre. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
    • Soccer Mummy
      • Movie starring Ed O'Neill as a soccer-playing mummy - movie trailer that plays before the movie Shenani-Goats at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • The Stockholm Affair
      • Taut political thriller that Homer, Marge and Maggie see at the Springfield Googolplex Theatre. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
    • Suddenly, Last Supper
      • Bible epic starring Troy McClure that Lisa mentions. (Season 9 episode Das Bus)
    • Super Jock III
      • Sports movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Tales of The Old Testament
      • Ned Flanders' religious movie Tales of the Old Testament plays at the Aztec Theater. Running time 800 minutes. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Tame The Mighty Hudson
      • Movie playing at the Aztec Theater in Springfield flashback. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
    • Tango de la Muerte
      • Marge and Lisa watch the new movie Tango de la Muerte at Springfield Cinema at Springfield Mall, about a man looking for a beautiful dance partner, choosing a woman named Lisabella. They dance together and win the dance competition. Marge mentions that she's been dying to see it, and Lisa mentions that it got rave reviews from both the Entertainment Radio Network and the Radio Entertainment Network. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Teenage Sex Wager
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • Teenage Sex Wager Vs. Boner Academy
      • Movie poster outside the Aztec theater at the premier of Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • The Termizor: An Erotic Thriller
      • Homer's screenplay, about a killer robot driving instructor who travels back in time for some reason. Ron Howard's attached to direct. Well, he expressed an interest. (Season 10 episode When You Dish Upon a Star)
    • The Texas Rangers Ride Again
      • Movie starring famous movie cowboy Buck McCoy. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • That Night Over England
      • Movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • The Blinding of Larry Driscoll
      • Hi. I'm Troy McClure. You might remember me from such films as...
    • They Came To Burgle Carnegie Hall
      • Movie Troy McClure mentions when introducing himself: "I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from such films as The Greatest Story Ever Hula'd and They Came to Burgle Carnegie Hall." (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die
      • I'm Troy McClure. You might remember me from such films as Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die and Gladys, the Groovy Mule. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Too Many Grandmas!
      • Movie starring Olympia Dukakis and Bo Derek, playing at the Aztec Theater, where Homer and Mr. Burns' son Larry hide out from the police. (Season 8 episode Burns, Baby Burns)
    • Too Many Premises!
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres when the Simpsons watch Shenani-Goats. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Truckasaurus: The Movie
      • Movie trailer that Homer watches on TV, starring Marlon Brando as the voice of John Truckasaurus. Celebrity voice impersonated. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
    • Tumbleweeds
      • Movie on the Springfield Googolplex marquee. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • TV Show: The Movie
      • Movie available for rent at Lackluster Video. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Two For Tunisia
      • Movie Bart watches on TV. (Season 3 episode Bart the Lover)
    • Undercover Hero
      • Movie that Rainier Wolfcastle is filming in Toronto. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Unnatural Discretion
      • Movie directed by same director as the Radioactive Man movie. (Season 7 episode Radioactive Man)
    • The Verdict Was Mail Fraud
      • Movie that news anchorman mentions when reporting on Troy's comeback: "We may remember Troy from such films as The Verdict was Mail Fraud and Leper in the Back Field". (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • The Wackiest Covered Wagon in the West
      • Hi, I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from such films as The Revenge of Abe Lincoln and The Wackiest Covered Wagon in the West. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Wedgie: The Movie
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres when the Simpsons watch Shenani-Goats. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • When Harry Became Sally
      • Movie available for rent at Lackluster Video. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • The Wild Dingleberries Movie
      • The movie version of a cartoon family you can see for free on TV, but they stretched out the plot and added a wildebeest from the hood. Rugrats parody. Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • The Wild Lunch
      • Movie starring famous movie cowboy Buck McCoy. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • The Woman Who Died in Her Home
      • Dr. Hibbert diagnoses Marge with agoraphobia and gives her a copy of the Lifetime Channel movie The Woman Who Died in her Home. (Season 14 episode The Strong Arms of the Ma)
    • Wyatt Earp Meets The Mummy
      • Movie starring famous movie cowboy Buck McCoy. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • The Year Santa Got Lost
      • Claymation holiday movie starring Jimmy Stewart as the voice of Mr. Mailman that Homer watches. (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
    • You Have The Right To Remain Dead
      • Movie featuring the character McBain. (Season 2 episode Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?)
    • The Zookeeper's Wife
      • Movie star and Ned's new girlfriend Sara Sloane's new movie that she's filming in Springfield. Ned interrupts filming when Sara and her co-star get hot and heavy: "Whoa - This movie's turning into SpongeBob No-Pants!" (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
  • Movies-Documentary
    • Alice Doesn't Live Anymore
      • Medical film that Troy McClure mentions during intro to Someone's in the Kitchen with DNA. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • Alien Autopsy
      • While managing the Android's Dungeon after Comic Book Guy's cardiac episode, Bart and Milhouse stumble on his secret stash of bootleg videos. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • American Boneheads: A Day in The Life of Springfield Elementary
      • Documentary filmmaker Declan Desmond, director of Lost Luggage, Shattered Lives and Upskirt Dreams, visits Springfield Elementary to show his new film about Krusty Burger called Do You Want Lies With That? And to make a documentary about Springfield Elementary called American Boneheads: A Day in the Life of Springfield Elementary. (Season 14 episode 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky)
    • Birds: Our Fine Feathered Colleagues
      • Nature film that Bart watches in order to learn how to take care of the eggs he found in a nest after accidentally killing their mother. (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
    • Cypress Creek: A Tale of One City
      • Film about the town Cypress Creek, a planned community designed for the workers of the Globex Corporation, where Homer accepts a new job without consulting his family. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • Do You Want Lies With That?
      • Documentary filmmaker Declan Desmond, director of Lost Luggage, Shattered Lives and Upskirt Dreams, visits Springfield Elementary to show his new film about Krusty Burger called Do You Want Lies With That? And to make a documentary about Springfield Elementary called American Boneheads: A Day in the Life of Springfield Elementary. (Season 14 episode 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky)
    • Earwigs, Ew!
      • Nature film that Troy McClure mentions during his introduction to Birds: Our Fine Feathered Colleagues. (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
    • Firecrackers: The Silent Killer
      • Educational film that Troy McClure mentions at the beginning of educational film Meat and You: Partners in Freedom: "Hi I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from such educational films as Two Minus Three Equals Negative Fun! And Firecrackers: The Silent Killer." (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian)
    • Go Fight: A Cheerleaders' Story
      • Sports movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Here Comes The Coast Guard
      • Hello, I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from Cry Yuma and Here Comes the Coast Guard! I'd like to talk about a candy that cleans and straightens your teeth! (Season 2 episode Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment)
    • Here Comes The Metric System
      • Hello, I'm actor Troy McClure. You kids might remember me from such education films as Lead Paint: Delicious but Deadly, and Here Comes the Metric System. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • Homer S.: Portrait Of An Ass-Grabber
      • Movie about Homer on Fox Night at the Movies. (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
    • Hydro: The Man With The Hydraulic Arms
      • Hello, I'm Troy McClure. You might remember me from such films as The Boatjacking of Supership 79 and Hydro: The Man with the Hydraulic Arms. (Season 5 episode Lady Bouvier's Lover)
    • Illegal Alien Autopsy
      • While managing the Android's Dungeon after Comic Book Guy's cardiac episode, Bart and Milhouse stumble on his secret stash of bootleg videos. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • The Krusty the Clown Story
      • The TV movie of the year, featuring booze, drugs, guns, lies, blackmail and laughter. (Season 9 episode Lisa's Sax)
    • Lost Luggage
      • Documentary filmmaker Declan Desmond, director of Lost Luggage, Shattered Lives and Upskirt Dreams, visits Springfield Elementary to show his new film about Krusty Burger called Do You Want Lies With That? And to make a documentary about Springfield Elementary called American Boneheads: A Day in the Life of Springfield Elementary. (Season 14 episode 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky)
    • Man Getting Hit By Football
      • Film that Hans Moleman enters in the Springfield Film Festival. (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
    • Man Versus Natures: The Road To Victory
      • Nature film that Troy McClure mentions during his introduction to Birds: Our Fine Feathered Colleagues. (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
    • Meat And You: Partners In Freedom
      • Education film Number 3F03 in the Resistance is Useless Series, hosted by Troy McClure, presented by The Meat Council, and shown to the kids of Springfield Elementary. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian)
    • Mommy, What's Wrong With That Man's Face?
      • Medical film that Troy McClure mentions during intro to Someone's in the Kitchen with DNA. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • The Moon of Earth
      • Miss Hoover shows the class a Monotone Pictures movie from the early sixties called The Moon of Earth. (Season 8 episode The Secret World of Lisa Simpson)
    • Nature's Biggest Holes
      • Bart takes Edna out on a "pity date from a ten year old” to see Nature's Biggest Holes at the Springfield IMAX. (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • Road Rage: Death Flips The Finger
      • After getting pulled over in her Canyonero, Marge has to watch a driving film called Road Rage: Death Flips the Finger, created by Court Ordered Productions.
    • The Roger Meyers Story
      • Biographical film about the genius behind Itchy & Scratchy, shown in Itchy & Scratchy Land. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Shattered Lives
      • Documentary filmmaker Declan Desmond, director of Lost Luggage, Shattered Lives and Upskirt Dreams, visits Springfield Elementary to show his new film about Krusty Burger called Do You Want Lies With That? And to make a documentary about Springfield Elementary called American Boneheads: A Day in the Life of Springfield Elementary. (Season 14 episode 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky)
    • Shoplifters Beware
      • Public service video hosted by Troy McClure that security guard Don Brodka makes Bart watch when he catches shim shoplifting the Bonestorm video game at Try-N-Save. "Hi, I'm Troy McClure. You might remember me from such public service videos as Designated Drivers - the Life Saving Nerds, and Phony Tornado Alarms Reduce Readiness." (Season 7 episode Marge Be Not Proud)
    • Someone's in The Kitchen with DNA
      • Medical film featuring Troy McClure. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Simpson)
    • Two Minus Three Equals Negative Fun!
      • Educational film that Troy McClure mentions at the beginning of educational film Meat and You: Partners in Freedom: "Hi I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from such educational films as Two Minus Three Equals Negative Fun! And Firecrackers: The Silent Killer." (Season 7 episode Lisa the Vegetarian)
    • Upskirt Dreams
      • Documentary filmmaker Declan Desmond, director of Lost Luggage, Shattered Lives and Upskirt Dreams, visits Springfield Elementary to show his new film about Krusty Burger called Do You Want Lies With That? And to make a documentary about Springfield Elementary called American Boneheads: A Day in the Life of Springfield Elementary. (Season 14 episode 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky)
    • Young Jebediah Springfield
      • A Watch and Learn Feature presented by Rental Films about the founder of Springfield., starring Troy McClure. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Iconoclast)
  • Movies-Fake Reboots and Sequels
    • 3 Fast 3 Furious
      • Movie playing at Googolplex Theatres. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • Air C.H.U.D.
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres when the Simpsons watch Shenani-Goats. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Alvin And The Chipmunks 3: Gettin' Rabies!
      • Poster outside Ginormous Pictures. (Season 21 episode Homer the Whopper)
    • The Beverly Hillbillies Down Under
      • Movie version of the old Beverly Hillbillies TV show that Dr. Hibbert's children watch in their car during the traffic jam. (Season 14 episode Moe Baby Blues)
    • Casablanca (Alternate Ending)
      • Bart and Lisa dig up a lost film reel in the empty lot from the Aztec Theater and a pawn shop. (Season 9 episode Natural Born Kissers)
    • Death Wish 9
      • Sequel that Jay Sherman reviews on Coming Attractions, from The Critic. (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
    • Ernest Cuts The Cheese
      • Movie playing at the Springfield Googolplex Theatre. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
    • Ernest Goes Somewhere Cheap
      • Movie that the Simpsons watch at movie theater, and it turns out Sideshow Bob is there. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare)
    • Ernest Goes Straight To Video
      • Movie poster on the wall at Planet Springfield, the restaurant that Homer reviews when he becomes a food critic. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • Ernest Needs A Kidney
      • Movie playing at the Aztec Theater. (Season 3 episode Bart the Lover)
    • Ernest Vs. The Pope
      • Movie playing at the Springfield Googolplex Theatre. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
    • Frankenstein and The Harlem Globetrotters Meet The Mummy and The Washington Generals
      • Bart watches the Matinee of Blood and Commercials hosted by Elvira parody Booberella, featuring the 1983 movie Frankenstein and the Harlem Globetrotters Meet the Mummy and the Washington Generals. "We'll be right back! Then you can see more of my Booooooooobs!" (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • Freddy Vs. Jason Vs. Board of Education
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • From Justin To Kelly 4
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • The Godfather III (The Good Version)
      • While managing the Android's Dungeon after Comic Book Guy's cardiac episode, Bart and Milhouse stumble on his secret stash of bootleg videos. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Honey I Squirted Goo On The Audience
      • Movie, parody of Honey, I Shrunk the Children. (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • Honey, I Hit A School Bus
      • Movie playing at the Springfield Googolplex Theatre. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
    • It's a Wonderful Life (Killing Spree Ending)
      • Lost film reel that Bart and Lisa find. (Season 9 episode Natural Born Kissers)

    • Look Who's Oinking
      • Movie playing at the Springfield Googolplex Theatre. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
    • A Matrix Christmas
      • Movie advertised as Coming soon at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • Mr. Smith Goes To Washington (Mel Gibson Remake)
      • Homer test drives the new electric car Elec-Taurus to get a free gift, which turns out to be free movie tickets to a test screening at the Aztec of Mel Gibson's directorial follow-up to Braveheart, a remake of the Jimmy Stewart classic Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. (Season 11 episode Beyond Blunderdome)
    • The Muppets Go Medieval
      • 1977 film featuring Dyan Cannon, Troy McClure and the Muppets. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • My Big Fat Greek Salad
      • Movie that Homer attempts to buy tickets for at Springfield Googolplex Theatres when everything else is sold out. "Not a movie." (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • The Pianist Goes Hawaiian
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • The Poke of Zorro
      • The Simpsons go see The Poke of Zorro at the Springfield Googolplex Theaters, inspiring Homer to challenge people to duels. (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
    • President Air Bud: Tail To The Chief
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • The Return of The Pink Panther Returns
      • Movie Chief Wiggum falls asleep watching, starring Ken Wahl as Inspector Clouseau. (Season 9 episode This Little Wiggy)
    • Rocky VII: Adrian's Revenge
      • Fictional sequel in Sylvester Stallone's Rocky film series. Bart runs into a tiger cage with a sign that says "Caution: exit through door 7 only. All other rooms contain man-eating tigers." But the doors have Roman numerals. Bart remembers Roman numerals from the fifth Rocky movie, Rocky V. So, Rocky five plus Rocky two equals...Rocky VII Adrian's Revenge! (Episode Lemon of Troy)
    • She's Having a Baby... Again!
      • When Homer and Mel Gibson run away from the movie studio, they drive through a poster for this upcoming film by Polystar Pictures. (Season 11 episode Beyond Blunderdome)
    • Star Trek XII: So Very Tired
      • Movie trailer that Bart and Lisa watch with Abe Simpson. (Season 4 episode Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie)
    • Star Wars Episode VII: The Apology
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    • Teen Wolf 3
      • Bart agrees to star in Teen Wolf 3. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • That 70's Movie
      • Movie playing Springfield Googolplex Theaters, film version of That 70s Show. (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
    • The Unwatchable Hulk
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • You're in The Matrix, Charlie Brown
      • Movie advertised as Coming soon at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
  • Movies-Horror
    • Blackula Meets Black Dracula
      • Movie that Homer, Marge and Lisa watch on TV. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • The Bloodening
      • Bart and his friends sneak into the Springfield Drive-in to watch horror movie The Bloodening, previously advertised on Channel 6. (Season 10 episode Wild Barts Can't Be Broken)
    • Bride of The Monster
      • Patty says meeting her fiancée was like a Hollywood movie, and Homer says, "Yeah - Bride of the Monster." (Season 16 episode There's Something About Marrying)
    • Crocs III
      • Monster movie on the shelf at the VHS Village video rental store. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • How Dracula Got His Groove Back
      • Movie the Simpsons watch on TV. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Starship Poopers)
    • The Monster That Ate Everybody
      • While on their truck driving adventure, Homer and Bart watch The Monster that Ate Everybody at the Stardust Drive-in. (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • The Re-Deadening
      • When everything else is sold out at Springfield Googolplex Theatres, Homer takes the kids - including Rod and Todd Flanders - to see this horror movie. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • Son of Satan
      • Horror movie that Selma watches, presented by Elvira parody Booberella. (Season 16 episode Goo Goo Gai Pan)
  • Movies-Parody
    • The Blunchblack of Blotre Blame
      • Black exploitation movie shown on the Anthology TV series Exploitation Theater that Homer watches, along with the real Blacula and Blackenstein. (Season 9 episode Simpson Tide)
    • Bright Lights, Beef Jerky
      • Film that Apu enters in the Springfield Film Festival. Parody of Bright Lights, Big City. (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
    • Canadian Graffiti
      • Movie being filmed at Paramountie Studios in Toronto where Rainier Wolfcastle is filming his new movie, Undercover Hero. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Das Booty Call
      • Movie playing Springfield Googolplex Theaters, parody of Das Boot and Booty Call. (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
    • Dial "M" For Murderousness
      • I'm your host Troy McClure. You might remember me from such films as The Erotic Adventures of Hercules and Dial M for Murderousness. (Season 4 episode Mr. Plow)
    • Dude, Where's My Pepsi?
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres when the Simpsons watch Shenani-Goats. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Dude, Where's My Virginity
      • Abe Simpson takes his date Zelda to see Dude, Where's My Virginity at the Springfield Drive-In, a movie starring Bridget Fonda, Jr. and Judd Nelson as Dean Probationly. (Season 13 episode The Old Man and the Key)
    • Eating Nemo
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • The Fashion of The Christ
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • Four Funerals And A Wedding
      • Itchy and Scratchy film entered in the Springfield Film Festival. Parody of Four Weddings and a Funeral. (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
    • A Fridge Too Far
      • Joke bystander makes when Homer goes to see the movie Honk if You're Horny after gaining weight to qualify for disability: "Hey fattie - I've got a movie for you... A Fridge Too Far." (Season 7 episode King-Size Homer)

    • The Greatest Story Ever Hula'd
      • Movie Troy McClure mentions when introducing himself: "I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from such films as The Greatest Story Ever Hula'd and They Came to Burgle Carnegie Hall." Parody of The Greatest Story Ever Told. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Honey, I Scotchguarded The Kids
      • Movie starring Ned's new girlfriend Sara Sloane that Marge mentions when Ned and Sara come over for dinner. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Mars Needs Towels
      • Movie playing Springfield Googolplex Theaters, parody of Mars Needs Moms. (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
    • Meet Joe Blow
      • Movie that Selma mentions when meeting Troy McClure: "You're Troy McClure. I remember you from such films as Meet Joe Blow and Give My Remains to Broadway." Parody of Meet Joe Black. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Moe Better Booze
      • Film that Moe enters in the Springfield Film Festival. Parody of Mo Better Blues. (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
    • My Dinner with Jar Jar
      • 
Movie playing Springfield Googolplex Theaters, parody of Star Wars and My Dinner with Andre. (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
    • Puke-a-hantas
      • Film that Barney Gumble enters in the Springfield Film Festival. Parody of Pocahantes. (Season 6 episode A Star is Burns)
    • Saturdays of Thunder
      • Parody of Days of Thunder.
    • Saving Irene Ryan
      • Parody of Saving Private Ryan.
    • School of Hard Knockers
      • Homer watches on TV to learn more about campus life before he goes to college. Parody of Animal House, Revenge of the Nerds. (Season 5 episode Homer Goes to College)
    • Seatriscuit
      • Movie available for rent at Lackluster Video. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • Shakespeare in Heat
      • Movie playing Springfield Googolplex Theaters, parody of Shakespeare in Love. (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
  • Movies-Porn
    • Alice in Underpants
      • Late show Moe mentions, porn version of Alice in Wonderland, the book he read to Maggie earlier in the episode. (Season 14 episode Moe Baby Blues)
    • Behind The Doggie Door
      • Dog porn movie playing when Homer takes Santa's Little Helper out for one last fling before getting neutered - in flashback. (Season 15 episode Today I am a Clown)
    • Boob-a-Rama
      • R-Rated movie that Bart goes to see when he skips out on school. (Season 5 episode The Boy Who Knew Too Much)
    • Breast Camp
      • Movie playing at Googolplex Theatres. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • Broadcast Nudes
      • Adult feature on Top Hat Entertainment, TV channel available on the Simpsons' new cable TV service. (Season 2 episode Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment)
    • Crocodile Done Me
      • Pornographic movie showing at the Springfield-X adult movie theater, parody of Crocodile Dundee. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Das Butt
      • VHS movie rated XXX, a gift in the Simpsons' new neighbor's welcome basket. (Season 4 episode New Kid on the Block)
    • Debbie Does Springfield
      • Adult movie playing at the Springfield-X theater when Chief Wiggum busts Krusty the Clown. (Season 4 episode I Love Lisa)
    • Doctor Strangepants
      • Pornographic movie showing at the Springfield-X adult movie theater, parody of Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Dr. Screwlittle
      • An adult film Homer watches while in the hospital.
    • The Erotic Adventures of Hercules
      • I'm your host Troy McClure. You might remember me from such films as The Erotic Adventures of Hercules and Dial M for Murderousness. (Season 4 episode Mr. Plow) Movie Marge rents for Homer, with Norman Fell as Zeus. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • The Erotic Awakening Of S
      • Adult movie available to watch through Relaxo-Vision, the movie service at Rancho Relaxo, Springfield's only 2 star health spa. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Fahrenheit 9 On 1 New record added 6/7/2021
      • Porno that Carl mentions. Carl: What is this, a reunion of Fahrenheit 9 on 1? (Season 17 episode Bonfire of the Manatees)
    • Five Sleazy Pieces
      • Adult movie showing at the Merry Pervert adult movie theater in New York City in Homer's flashback story. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
    • For Your Thighs Only
      • Pornographic movie showing at the Springfield-X adult movie theater, parody of James Bond's For Your Eyes Only. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • The Godfather's Parts, II

      • Adult movie showing at the Merry Pervert adult movie theater in New York City in Homer's flashback story. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
    • I'll Do Anyone
      • Pornographic film playing at XXX theater in modern day Springfield. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
    • Jeremiah's Johnson
      • Adult movie showing at the Facination adult movie theater in New York City in Homer's flashback story. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
    • Lemoney Lick-it: A Series of Horny Events New record added 6/7/2021
      • Fat Tony: Now, I do have a way we could settle this debt. We would like to use your home to shoot an adult film. (Season 17 episode Bonfire of the Manatees)
    • Long Dog Silver
      • Dog porn movie playing when Homer takes Santa's Little Helper out for one last fling before getting neutered - in flashback. (Season 15 episode Today I am a Clown)
    • On Golden Retriever
      • Dog porn movie playing when Homer takes Santa's Little Helper out for one last fling before getting neutered - in flashback. (Season 15 episode Today I am a Clown)
    • Put 'em On The Looking Glass
      • Late show Moe mentions, porn version of Alice in Wonderland, the book he read to Maggie earlier in the episode. (Season 14 episode Moe Baby Blues)
    • Sperms Of Endearment
      • Pornographic film playing at XXX theater in modern day Springfield. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
    • Stardust Memories
      • Adult feature on Top Hat Entertainment, TV channel available on the Simpsons' new cable TV service. (Season 2 episode Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment)
  • Movies-Science Fiction
    • The Adventures of Spaceman Rod
      • Flanders now has a kiosk in Springfield Mall selling personalized movies. He shows Homer the one he made for his son Rod. "Kiosk Productions presents an outer space adventure starring you” Homer buys a movie for Lisa for her birthday. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • The Amazing Colossal Man and Grasshopper-us
      • Homer: If we learned one thing from The Amazing Colossal Man and Grasshopper-us, it's that radiation makes stuff grow real big fast. (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
    • Attack of The 50 Foot Frankenstein
      • Movie poster on the wall in the basement of the Android's Dungeon, where Comic Book Guy keeps his secret stash of bootleg videos. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Clone Me An Angel
      • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres when the Simpsons watch Shenani-Goats. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow
      • The latest chapter of the epic space saga, parody of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Invasion of the Saucer-Men
      • Movie poster on the wall in the basement of the Android's Dungeon, where Comic Book Guy keeps his secret stash of bootleg videos. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • The Planet from Outer Space
      • Bart buys the Orbit King Rocket Kit with Homer's credit card after seeing it advertised during a showing of the movie The Planet from Outer Space on Rain Delay Theater. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • Planet Tomorrow
      • Science fiction movie that Professor Frink's father mentions. (Season 15 episode Treehouse of Horror XIV - segment Frinkenstein)
    • Revenge of The Space Mutants
      • Science fiction movie (Tracey Ullman short "Scary Movie")
    • Space Mutants
      • Jimbo tells Bart that he got kicked out of all three previous Space Mutant movies. (Season 1 episode The Telltale Head) Poster in flashback sequence. (Season 3 episode I Married Marge) Coming Soon poster outside the Aztec Theater when Homer and Marge went to see The Empire Strikes Back. (Season 3 episode I Married Marge)
    • Space Mutants 12
      • Poster at the Aztec Theater. (Season 11 episode Beyond Blunderdome)
    • Space Mutants 2
      • Jimbo tells Bart that he got kicked out of all three previous Space Mutant movies. (Season 1 episode The Telltale Head)
    • Space Mutants 3
      • Jimbo tells Bart that he got kicked out of all three previous Space Mutant movies. (Season 1 episode The Telltale Head)
    • Space Mutants 4: The Trilogy Continues
      • Bart hooks up with the bad kids and they sneak into the Aztec movie theater, and get kicked out. (Season 1 episode The Telltale Head)
    • Space Mutants 7
      • Movie in the Space Mutants series (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love) Movie poster on VHS Village video rental store window. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder) Movie on the Springfield Googolplex marquee, as Space Mutants VII. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • Space Mutants V
      • Principal Skinner takes Patty to see Space Mutants V: The Land Down Under at the Aztec Theater. (Season 2 episode Principal Charming) There's a "Space Mutants 5" poster on the nerds' wall when Homer goes to college. (Season 5 episode Homer Goes to College) Movie poster on Comic Book Guy's bedroom wall, simply titled, "Space Mutants V". (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Space Mutants VI
      • Movie playing at the Springfield Googolplex Theatre. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer) Poster on the wall outside the Springfield Googolplex marquee. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • Space Mutants XII: Return of Klepnorg
      • Movie poster on the wall at the Aztec behind Mel Gibson when the crowd rushes him. (Season 11 episode Beyond Blunderdome)
  • Moving, Delivery, Shipping and Storage
    • AirCargo
      • Cargo Airline that delivers the T-437 Safety Command Center console that Homer and Lisa order from the Oak Ridge nuclear facility so that Bart and his friends can get home to Springfield after renting a car with Bart's fake ID and driving to Knoxville, Tennessee. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • Broken Dreams Storage Lockers
      • Sideshow Bob moves into a storage locker after getting out of prison. "The Most Depressing Place on Earth" (Season 12 episode Day of the Jackanapes)
    • Clumsy Student Movers
      • Moving company that the Simpsons' new neighbor hires. (Season 4 episode New Kid on the Block)
    • Knoxville bonded courier service
      • Also known as Knoxville Courier Co., service where Bart takes a job transporting human eyes to Hong Kong to earn money to get home to Springfield. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • Lil' Lugger
      • Trailer the Simpsons rent to move from Springfield to Cypress Creek. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice) Trailer that Homer rents to transport beer when Springfield prohibits alcohol. (Season 8 episode Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment)
    • Neat & Tidy Piano Movers
      • When Mr. Burns fires Smithers, he gets new job moving pianos. (Season 7 episode Homer the Smithers) Store in the background during Homer, Seth and Munchie's freak-out drive through Springfield. (Season 10 episode D'oh-In' in the Wind)
    • Starving Teachers New record added 5/28/2021
      • Moving company that Ned hires when he decides to leave Springfield and move to Humbleton, PA, "Home of the Humble Figurines". (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Starving Teachers Moving Co.
      • Moving company that Milhouse's mother hires when they move to Capital City. (Season 15 episode Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore)
    • Starving Teachers Moving Company
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    • Stor-U-Stuff
      • Principal Skinner's storage unit. (Season 9 episode The Principal and the Pauper)
    • U-Tow
      • The Simpsons version of U-Haul, trailer the Simpsons use when they move to Terror Lake, as part of the FBI's Witness Relocation Program. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare)
    • World Van Lines
      • Former president George Bush's moving company when he moves in - and then out - of the house across the street from The Simpsons. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors) Moving company that moves Selma into Troy's house. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Worldwide Shipping
      • Company that delivers the limited edition collie that Bart orders from the Covet House Catalog. (Season 8 episode The Canine Mutiny)
  • Museum Exhibits
    • Bark: The Suit Your Tree Wears
      • Exhibit at the Springfield Natural History Museum. (Season 15 episode Smart & Smarter)
    • Beer Hall Of Presidents
      • Museum exhibit at Duff Gardens. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • Geysers: Nature's Boring Miracle
      • Exhibit at the Springfield Natural History Museum. (Season 15 episode Smart.
    • Hall of Nosey Neighbors
      • Exhibit at the Museum of Television and TV. (Season 15 episode Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore)
    • Hall of Wonders
      • Exhibit at the Knowledgeum, a new hands on learning environment in Springfield. (Season 9 episode This Little Wiggy)
    • Jewish Walk of Fame
      • Attraction in Krusty's old neighborhood that Krusty visits. "Where the chosen get chosen" (Season 15 episode Today I am a Clown)
    • Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit
      • Lisa's choice for the kids' day with dad, sponsored by Omni Touch. (Season 10 episode Make Room For Lisa)
    • Things That Shouldn't Talk, But Do
      • Exhibit at the Museum of Television and TV. (Season 15 episode Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore)
    • Treasures of Isis (museum exhibit)
      • New museum exhibit at the Springsonian museum that Lisa wants to attend. (Season 9 episode Lost Our Lisa)
  • Museums
    • The Alco-Hall of Fame
      • A museum at the Duff Days beer festival, featuring famous drunk animatronic historical figures including Babe Ruth and Ben Franklin. (Season 11 episode Pygmoelion)
    • Bowlers Hall Of Fame
      • Museum in St. Louis, Missouri that Marge mentions, from Simpson family vacation featuring a car shaped like a giant bowing pin. (Season 2 episode Principal Charming)
    • Childrarium
      • Learning center attraction for children at the Springfield Museum of Natural History. (Season 2 episode Lisa's Substitute)
    • The Grandma Simpson Peace Museum and Kid-teractive Learnatorium
      • Mr. Burns converts the C. Montgomery Burns Germ Warfare Lab as part of a ruse to trick Homer's mother Mona into lying so she will be sent back to prison. (Season 15 episode My Mother the Carjacker)
    • Hollywood Auto Museum
      • Museum in Hollywood featuring the Munster Mobile, the Monkee Mobile, the Bat Mobile, the Dukes of Hazzard's General Lee, the Road Warrior car and Herbie. (Season 11 episode Beyond Blunderdome)
    • Homer's Museum of Hollywood Jerks
      • Homer's tour he comes up with after being rejected by Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger when they are staying in Springfield. "Step right up and see the world's greatest mobile collection of Alec-and-Ron-and-Kimorabilia!" (Season 10 episode When You Dish Upon a Star)
    • Louvre: American Style
      • Art gallery where Homer's failed BBQ Pit Kit is displayed. "Inside: Outsider Art
" (Season 10 episode Mom and Pop Art)
    • The Museum Of Barnyard Oddities
      • After dropping Abe Simpson off at the Springfield Retirement Castle, the Simpsons brainstorm a more exciting place to take him next week. Bart suggests The Museum of Barnyard Oddities. (Season 2 episode Old Money)
    • Museum of Modern Bart
      • Bart creates a museum in his treehouse to show off his $1000 bill, complete with gift shop selling T-shirts and Bartforum magazine. (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • Museum of Sadness and Oppression
      • Homer takes Lisa to the museum. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Museum Of Sandpaper
      • Building Luke Perry crashes through when he gets shot out of a cannon during Krusty's Komeback Special. (Season 4 episode Krusty Gets Kancelled)