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  • Jesus Christ: Uh-oh… He is risen. (Season 3 episode The Land After Time)

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  • Academies
    • The Academy of Television and Justice
      • The DieCathalon host Susan Saint Jackalope's alma mater. (Season 3 episode There Will Be Borscht)
  • Activist Groups
    • The Pointed Circle
      • Another type of resistance movement in the new version of the future. (Season 2 episode Countdown to Prologue)
  • Amusement Parks
    • Count Bowncelizar's Trampolarium
      • Wolf: Do you remember the time we jumped out of Count Bowncelizar's Trampolarium, and did not think that net was gonna hold? (Season 2 episode Ultra-Max)
  • Android and Robot Models
    • AIS
      • Augmented Intelligence System. Dr. Camillo has survived into the future by uploading his brain into a computer. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • Arachno-bot
      • Creature that the gang encounters in the Death Arena while playing The DiaCathalon. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
    • G7300 Class
      • Model of Susan Saint Jackalope's android wife Randall. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
    • Kill-bots
      • Stu releases killer robots on what's left of humanity. (Season 2 episode Dia De Los Robots)
    • Musical Prodigy Expansion Pack
      • Susan Saint Jackalope mentions that he leveled up his android daughter Stanley. He also has her demonstrate her new talent. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
    • PUP-E
      • Adorable robo-dog. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger) Josh finds a Pup-E while on smashing duty, which turns out to be one of Stu's spy cameras. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
    • TK518 Sky Sniper
      • Drone that Stu almost uses to kill Josh. (Season 2 episode The Ballad of Pup-E Q. Barkington)
  • Animals/Creatures
    • Bionic Puma
      • Creature that the gang encounters in the Death Arena while playing The DiaCathalon. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
    • Kraken
      • Mythological creature that the gang encounters in the Death Arena while playing The DiaCathalon. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
    • Mermaid
      • Mythological creature that the gang encounters in the Death Arena while playing The DiaCathalon. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
    • Moruga Scorpion
      • Creature used to make the world's spiciest chili powder, which Wold carries with him. (Season 1 episode Girth, Wind & Fire)
    • Myrm
      • Brain worm that kills Tiger and Wolf's fellow solider Owl, both in the original and new timelines. (Season 1 episode A Date with Destiny)
    • Unicorn
      • Mythological creature that the gang encounters in the Death Arena while playing The DiaCathalon. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
  • Arenas, Fields and Stadiums
    • Death Arena
      • Primary setting of New Pangea's favorite human-hunting reality competition, The DieCathalon. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
  • Armed Forces
    • The Hill People of Calabasas
      • Wolf returns to a life he doesn't remember. His family cluster tries to figure out what happened to him. One of them suggests he has the sand brain. Was he kidnapped by the Sno-Mads? Was he forced into the Fighting Pits of Goleta? One of them mentions being captured by the The Hill People of Calabasas and forced to watch her previous cluster eaten alive. (Season 2 episode A Wolf in the Torque)
    • Jizzadrean Kill Squad
      • Also known as JKS . Elite tactical unit. Genetic enhanced, degraded empathy. More machine than human, really. They will cut your nuts clean off. (Season 1 episode A Blowjob Before Dying)
    • The Resistance
      • Earth 2162. The human race is on the brink of extinction. The Biotics, a super race immune to disease, have released a deadly virus killing nearly all of Earth's 40 billion inhabitants. What's left of humanity hangs on by a thread, defended by a small army known as the Resistance. (Pilot episode)
    • Sno-Mads
      • Wolf returns to a life he doesn't remember. His family cluster tries to figure out what happened to him. One of them suggests he has the sand brain. Was he kidnapped by the Sno-Mads? Was he forced into the Fighting Pits of Goleta? One of them mentions being captured by the The Hill People of Calabasas and forced to watch her previous cluster eaten alive. (Season 2 episode A Wolf in the Torque)
  • Artwork
    • No Brains Dumb Dumb Land
      • Wolf creates a painting of his own in order to convince the residents of Haven that while they think they're in Heaven, they're really in Hell. (Season 3 episode The Land After Time)
  • Audio Recordings-Music
    • Sweet Mama Jessup Greatest Hits
      • Susan Saint Jackalope offers Tiger a copy of Sweet Mama Jessup's Greatest Hits album. (Season 2 episode Ultra-Max)
  • Awards
    • Bocce Sausa For World's Best Restaurant
      • Coveted award that Wolf's restaurant Wolf-Hart's wins in 1989. (Season 1 episode Beyond the Truffledome)
  • Banks
    • Isla Cayman Banking Corp.
      • Josh sends his parents a $6 million cashier's check from Isla Cayman Banking Corp. on Island Beach Way in Grand Cayman for $6 million. (Season 1 episode A Date with Destiny)

  • Battles, Conflicts and Wars
    • The Cure Wars
      • In both timelines so far, there's a war between those that received the cure and those that didn't. In timeline 2, Stu refers to it as the Cure Wars when he's explaining the past to Tiger. (Season 2 episode Guess Who's Coming to Lunch)
    • The Peace Accord Bombings of 2094
      • Historical event that the Community Directory voice mentions to Tiger, that devastated western Europe. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
  • Beliefs, Concepts and Theories
    • The Big Suck
      • Advanced theoretical model of a catastrophic event leading to temporal decay: It's like a black hole, but for time. And it's getting bigger. Eventually it will suck every timeline into it. (Season 3 episode There Will Be Borscht)
  • Beverages
    • Bean Juice
      • When Josh can't bring himself to drink the bean juice made from all-beans, Wolf mentions that he may be able to get his hands on some all-nut milk. (Season 2 episode Guess Who's Coming to Lunch)
    • Joosh NRG
      • In the alternate timeline where Josh is named Joosh, but goes by the name "JFUTZ”, JFUTZ also has an energy drink named after him. "Hype your thirst, punch your brain!” (Season 1 episode Prelude to an Apocalypse)
    • Klonade
      • Sponsor patch on Tiger and Wolf's DieCathalon contestant uniforms. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
  • Beverages-Beer
    • Premium Light Beer
      • Beer that Wolf's new volleyball playing, barbecuing friends drink, which Tiger calls "frothy piss water”. (Season 1 episode Operation: Fatal Attraction) A billboard advertising slogan: "The nation's light beer”. (Season 1 episode Prelude to an Apocalypse)

  • Beverages-Milk
    • All-nut Milk
      • When Josh can't bring himself to drink the bean juice made from all-beans, Wolf mentions that he may be able to get his hands on some all-nut milk. (Season 2 episode Guess Who's Coming to Lunch)
    • Joosh Treem Cream
      • Joosh branded milk product. (Season 2 episode Countdown to Prologue)
  • Books-Biography
    • Buddy Holly
      • The residents of Haven keep all of their old journals in the local library. Each volume simply titled with their name. (Season 3 episode The Land After Time)
    • Death Game: The Joosh Futturman Story
      • The inside story of American's most confounding terrorist. (Season 2 episode Dia De Los Robots)
    • Jesus The Christ
      • The residents of Haven keep all of their old journals in the local library. Each volume simply titled with their name. (Season 3 episode The Land After Time)
    • Josh Tutturman
      • The residents of Haven keep all of their old journals in the local library. Each volume simply titled with their name. (Season 3 episode The Land After Time)
    • Probst: A Life
      • Jeff Probst biography that The DieCathalon host Susan Saint Jackalope's wife Randall reads in bed. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
    • Tell Morning Not To Come
      • After Wolf sets Dasha's humanity aflame, she writes a book called Tell Morning Not to Come, which is how the Network is able to track them down where they are hiding out in Russia during World War I. Wolf finds a copy of the book after killing one of the Network's agents: Tell Morning Not to Come by Dasha Ovechkina, Antova Classics. (Season 3 episode There Will Be Borscht)
    • Vincent Van Gogh
      • The residents of Haven keep all of their old journals in the local library. Each volume simply titled with their name. (Season 3 episode The Land After Time)
  • Books-Children
    • Tiger and The Bear
      • The story of Tiger killing the mysterious albino white bear named Whitey, how Susan Saint Jackalope tracks the gang in time. "The inspirational talk tale of the bearded lady who traps like a man", "A proto-feminist classic" (Season 3 The Outlaw Wild Sam Bladden)
  • Bridges
    • Death Bridge
      • Location in the Biotic Wars video game. (Season 1 episode Prelude to an Apocalypse)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Bonesaw Bridge
      • Bridge that Tiger mentions: Okay you're sounding a lot like the riddle gnome of Bonesaw Bridge. We killed him for not speaking directly. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
    • Fighting Pits of Goleta
      • Wolf returns to a life he doesn't remember. His family cluster tries to figure out what happened to him. One of them suggests he has the sand brain. Was he kidnapped by the Sno-Mads? Was he forced into the Fighting Pits of Goleta? One of them mentions being captured by the The Hill People of Calabasas and forced to watch her previous cluster eaten alive. (Season 2 episode A Wolf in the Torque)
    • J.C.C.
      • Also known as James Cameron Compound, featuring a living room known as "The Temple”, a hall of mimnatures, a trampoline porch, a shaman's quarters, at least 14 bathrooms, a corn maze, an heirloom seed vault, a room with just a bunch of phone chargers, a bedroom for Billy Zane's bedroom, and a laboratory known as "The Abyss”, from which Josh, Tiger and Wolf steal Cameronium. (Season 1 episode Pandora's Mailbox)
    • Killscraper
      • Location in the Biotic Wars video game. (Season 1 episode Prelude to an Apocalypse)
    • Kuntz Computer Science Center
      • Josh, Tiger and Wolf attempt to track down a hacker under the threat of an actual Y2K disaster at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. (Season 3 episode Haven is for Real)
    • Storage Station Bravo
      • Building in the NAG. (Season 2 episode Homicide: Life in the Mons)
    • Temple of Gooliga
      • Palace that Tiger mentions when trying to convince Wolf that they will find Kronish the lower down they go down in the Kronish Laboratories building, because that's always where the bad guys are. Example 1: Valdor's Palace - Valdor was in the underground catacombs. Example 2: Temple of Gooliga - Gooliga was in the Gooligorium, by the earth's core. (Season 1 episode A Riphole in Time)
    • The Three Strung Corpses of Alamore
      • Monument that Tiger and Wolf think they see in their new future. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • Valdor's Palace
      • Palace that Tiger mentions when trying to convince Wolf that they will find Kronish the lower down they go down in the Kronish Laboratories building, because that's always where the bad guys are. Example 1: Valdor's Palace - Valdor was in the underground catacombs. Example 2: Temple of Gooliga - Gooliga was in the Gooligorium, by the earth's core. (Season 1 episode A Riphole in Time)
  • Catering Services
    • Platter of Joy Catering
      • Catering service for the Kronish Ball. (Season 1 episode Justice Desserts)
  • Cities and Towns
    • Haven
      • A town that exists outside of time and space. Initially described as the ultimate Utopia by Osama Bin Lauden, Susan Saint Jackalope claims it is a refuge for rogue time traveling criminals. Josh, Tiger and Wolf eventually discover that Haven is actually a small town populated by Josh's heroes that died prematurely, which his alternate timeline counterpart J1, also known as nut-face Josh, rescued moments before they died. (Season 3 The Outlaw Wild Sam Bladden)
    • Lost Angeles
      • In Tiger and Wolf's post-apocalyptic future, Los Angeles is known as Lost Angeles.
    • The Mons
      • Prime habitation units available in the new Mars relocation project. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • The New Above Ground
      • Also known as The NAG. New society built after the residents moved out of the sewer. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • Old Below Ground
      • Also known as OBG. Location in the new future, where the people living in the New Above Ground used to live. (Season 2 episode A Wolf in the Torque)
    • Old Town
      • City in New Pangea where The DieCathalon host Susan Saint Jackalope's lives. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
  • Clothing and Accessories
    • Ultra-Max
      • Sponsor of New Pangea's favorite human-hunting reality competition, The DieCathalon. "The bulk-free blood diaper you never have to remove" (Season 2 episode Ultra-Max)
  • Colleges
    • California Community College
      • Where Josh claims to be going to college. (Season 1 episode A Fuel's Errand)
  • Conditions and Diseases
    • Sand Brain
      • Wolf returns to a life he doesn't remember. His family cluster tries to figure out what happened to him. One of them suggests he has the sand brain. Was he kidnapped by the Sno-Mads? Was he forced into the Fighting Pits of Goleta? One of them mentions being captured by the The Hill People of Calabasas and forced to watch her previous cluster eaten alive. (Season 2 episode A Wolf in the Torque)
  • Convenience Stores and Gas Stations
    • Calixo Gasoline
      • Los Angeles, California gas station in 1969 where Josh, Tiger and Wolf meet a member of the Double Damned biker gang. (Season 1 episode Herpe: Fully Loaded)
  • Corporations
    • Wolf Enterprises
      • After being stranded in the year 2000, Wolf's new company Wolf Enterprises creates a new philanthropic endeavor called Corey Wolf-hart's Home for Wayward Nerds. (Season 3 episode Return of the Present)
  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • Dr. Mina Ahmadi
      • Dr. Camillo's virtual psychiatrist in the new future. (Season 2)
  • Countries
    • New Pangea
      • Country in the future world where Josh, Tiger and Wolf are forced to be contestants on The DieCathalon. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
  • Dating, Escort and Sex Services
    • Apollo 69
      • Brothel advertised on the Community Directory in the Mons camp in the new future. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • Ass Giant
      • Misc. sex service advertised on the Community Directory in the Mons camp in the new future. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • Big Bang
      • Brothel advertised on the Community Directory in the Mons camp in the new future. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • Club Blast Off
      • Brothel advertised on the Community Directory in the Mons camp in the new future. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • The O-Zone
      • Brothel advertised on the Community Directory in the Mons camp in the new future. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • Orion's Belts
      • Misc. sex service advertised on the Community Directory in the Mons camp in the new future. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • Pluto's Retreat
      • Misc. sex service advertised on the Community Directory in the Mons camp in the new future. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • The Secret Planet
      • Brothel advertised on the Community Directory in the Mons camp in the new future. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • The Silky Way
      • Misc. sex service advertised on the Community Directory in the Mons camp in the new future. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • Spunknik
      • Misc. sex service advertised on the Community Directory in the Mons camp in the new future. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • The Voyagers Club
      • Brothel advertised on the Community Directory in the Mons camp in the new future. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
  • Doctors
    • Dr. Hogeveen
      • Doctor in the Mons camp in the new future. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • Medicine Woman
      • Therapist, frontier doctor, and weight loss guru. She helped Wolf drop the frontier fifteen, and cured his seasonal affective disorder. (Season 3 episode Trapper's Delight)
  • Drug Dealers
    • Green Truck
      • Mobile marijuana dispensary. The most power stuff they have is The Godfather OG Kush. (Season 1 episode A Fuel's Errand)
  • Electronics
    • Span-quilizer
      • Device that Stu created to teach Ty-Anne Spanish - it injects a serum that bypasses your ventral and dorsal pathways and implants the language instantaneously. (Season 2 episode Dia De Los Robots)
  • Electronics Stores
    • World-8
      • Video games and accessories store. (Pilot episode)
  • Electronics-Audio and Video
    • Opti-scope
      • Device that The DieCathalon host Susan Saint Jackalope mentions during his introduction, apparently how viewers watch the show. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
  • Electronics-Communications
    • πPhone
      • Josh returns to the present to discover that his trip to the past inadvertently led to the creation of technology company BlackApple, instead of Apple, that makes the πPhone instead of the iPhone, featuring the voice of Lamar instead of Siri. (Season 1 episode A Riphole in Time)
  • Event Centers
    • Joosh Community Center
      • Josh's parents spend the money he gave them opening a series of community centers in Africa. (Season 1 episode A Date with Destiny)
  • Fast Food-Burgers
    • Burger Tube
      • Sponsor patch on Tiger and Wolf's DieCathalon contestant uniforms. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
  • Fast Food-Mexican
    • Super Gallito
      • Taco truck in Stu Camillo's MARS virtual world. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
  • Flowers, Plants and Trees
    • All-bean
      • New vegetable in Tiger and Wolf's new future. It's all beans, rolled into one. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • All-nut
      • When Josh can't bring himself to drink the bean juice made from all-beans, Wolf mentions that he may be able to get his hands on some all-nut milk. (Season 2 episode Guess Who's Coming to Lunch)
  • Fraternities and Sororities
    • Delta Phi Tau
      • White fraternity at Cal Tech in 1969, across the street from Phi Phi Gamma, the black fraternity where the future doctor Elias Kronish was a member. (Season 1 episode Herpe: Fully Loaded)
    • Phi Phi Gamma
      • Cal Tech Sorority house where Dr. Elias Kronish contracted Herpes the night of the moon landing. Beneath that cherry lipstick, Barbie had an HSV-1 outbreak. (Pilot episode) Featuring a party called "Lunar Love '69" that Josh crashes, dressed as an astronaut. (Season 1 episode Herpe: Fully Loaded)
  • Games
    • Hunter V. Hunted
      • Game that Tiger thinks the younglings are playing, but they're just running away from her because they are scared of her. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
  • Gangs
    • Double Damned
      • Biker gang in Los Angeles, California 1969. (Season 1 episode Herpe: Fully Loaded)
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • Wolf-Hart Global Initiative
      • Wolf attempts to create a new world order called the Wolf-Hart Global Initiative, all parties involved signing The Peace of All Nations for All Times Treaty of 1627. (Season 3 episode Trapper's Delight)
  • Health Clubs, Massage and Spa Services
    • Burke-williams
      • Massage parlor advertised on the Community Directory in the Mons camp in the new future. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • Rub Hub
      • Massage parlor advertised on the Community Directory in the Mons camp in the new future. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • Venus' Awakening
      • Massage parlor advertised on the Community Directory in the Mons camp in the new future. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
  • Hospitals
    • First LA Health Center
      • Hospital where Detective Vincent Skarsgaard reads article about Core Wolf-Hart in American Carnivore magazine. (Season 1 episode Beyond the Truffledome)
  • Ice Cream and Yogurt Shops
    • King Krazy Kone
      • Wolf is hit by a King Krazy Kone ice cream vending machine that falls out of the sky while fighting The Killing Machine sent by the Time Cops. (Season 3 The Outlaw Wild Sam Bladden)
  • Islands
    • Damnation Island
      • Josh, Tiger and Wolf are arrested for their time crimes and taken to the Ultra-Max prison on Damnation Island in the year 3491 A.D. (Season 2 episode Ultra-Max)
  • Laboratories
    • Kronish Laboratories
      • Leader in Sexual Transmitted Disease Research, created by Dr. Elias Kronish, where Josh works as a janitor. (Pilot episode)
    • The Kronitorium
      • Lab where the super cure was engineered and the Biotics were born. (Season 1 episode Beyond the Truffledome)
  • Laundry, Dry Cleaning and Tailoring
    • Ony's Dry Cleaning
      • Dry Cleaning service at the Mons camp in the new future. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
  • Laws and Statutes
    • The Peace of All Nations For All Times Treaty of 1627
      • Wolf attempts to create a new world order called the Wolf-Hart Global Initiative, all parties involved signing The Peace of All Nations for All Times Treaty of 1627. (Season 3 episode Trapper's Delight)
    • Prometheus Protocol
      • The Kronitorium's security code for intruders in the building. (Season 1 episode Prelude to an Apocalypse)
    • Statute HXB-34
      • Josh, Tiger and Wolf are arrested for violating Statute HXB-34 of the Santa Clarita County Time Code. (Season 2 episode The Brain Job)
    • The Violence Against Machines Act of 2139
      • Legislation that the Community Directory voice mentions when Tiger attacks it. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
  • Libraries
    • Library
      • Building in haven where the residents keep their old journals. (Season 3 episode Haven is for Real)
  • Magazines-Other
    • American Carnivore
      • Magazine with cover story on Wolf: "Wunderkind Corey Wolf-Hart: A Dash of Danger,& a Pinch of Panic” (Season 1 episodes Beyond the Truffledome, Return of the Present)
  • Magazines-Tech
    • Players Only
      • In the alternate timeline where Josh is named Joosh, but goes by the name "JFUTZ”, a video game magazine called Players Only features a cover story about him called: "The Future of Gaming”. (Season 1 episode Prelude to an Apocalypse)
  • Medicine
    • CATG-6
      • Also known as Globyolast Nine, Super serum 14. Formula that Tiger and Wolf give Josh in the simulation that's supposed to make him faster, smarter, stronger, and able to walk into any room and feel instantly confident no matter the situation. (Season 2 episode Countdown to Prologue)
    • Medi-goo
      • Healing substance used to repair Josh after being repeatedly harmed on The DieCathalon. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
    • 'Sorb
      • Class 4 medicinal opiate that Tiger enjoys while living in Stu Camillo's compound. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
  • Menu Items
    • 
Bat Wing Fritto Misto with a Side of Guanomole
      • Dish that Wolf serves at Wolf-Hart's. (Season 1 episode Beyond the Truffledome)
    • Cat Taco Grilled Over a Garbage Fire
      • Taco that Tiger orders at Super Gallito, the taco truck in Stu Camillo's virtual world MARS. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
    • Dessert Salad
      • The gang is served salad for dessert during their final test at Ultra-Max. (Season 2 episode Ultra-Max)
    • Fromage a Trois
      • Dish that Wolf serves at Wolf-Hart's: cheese tray featuring buffalo dick cheese. (Season 1 episode Beyond the Truffledome)
    • Full Roast Tabby
      • Taco that Tiger orders at Super Gallito, the taco truck in Stu Camillo's virtual world MARS. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
    • Gallo Taco
      • Menu item at Super Gallito, the taco truck in Stu Camillo's virtual world MARS. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
    • Hot Blood Grog Served in The Skull of Gribnar The Rarely Gentle
      • Dish that Tiger orders at Super Gallito, the taco truck in Stu Camillo's virtual world MARS. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
    • Kitty Cubes
      • The gang is served their favorite meals during their final test at Ultra-Max. Tiger receives kitty cubes. (Season 2 episode Ultra-Max)
    • Maggot Risotto
      • Dish that Wolf serves at Wolf-Hart's. (Season 1 episode Beyond the Truffledome)
    • Plate of Cracklins
      • Side dish that Tiger orders at Super Gallito, the taco truck in Stu Camillo's virtual world MARS. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
    • A Taste of The Tundra
      • Dish that Wolf serves at Wolf-Hart's: Elk carpaccio, elderberry reduction, raw snails and a lichen gastrique. Pairs nicely with the cocktail of the evening: the Blazing Nog. (Season 1 episode Beyond the Truffledome)
    • Unseasoned Rat Miscarriage
      • Dish that Wolf serves at Wolf-Hart's, his pièce de résistance. (Season 1 episode Beyond the Truffledome)
  • Menu Items-Drinks
    • The Blazing Nog
      • Cocktail that Wolf serves at Wolf-Hart's, paired with the "A Taste of Tundra” entree. (Season 1 episode Beyond the Truffledome)
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • Awls!
      • Wolf attack move. (Season 2 episode J1: Judgment Day)
    • Beluga's Last Dive
      • Strategy that Tiger and Wolf employ while tracking down a hacker under the threat of an actual Y2K disaster at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. Basically running really fast, Josh learns, nothing to do with Belugas. (Season 3 episode Haven is for Real)
    • Brain Freeze!
      • Wolf attack move during the fight with the Biotics at the Kronish Ball. (Season 1 episode Justice Desserts)
    • Crystal Amber Shield!
      • Tiger defense move during the fight with the Biotics at the Kronish Ball. (Season 1 episode Justice Desserts)
    • Cum Bucket!
      • Wolf attack move while saving Josh from Stu's men. (Season 2 episode The Ballad of Pup-E Q. Barkington)
    • Cum Whisk!
      • Wolf attack move while saving Josh from Stu's men. (Season 2 episode The Ballad of Pup-E Q. Barkington)
    • Gut Knife!
      • Tiger attack move during assault on the Kronitorium guards. (Season 1 episode A Date with Destiny)
    • Gut Punch!
      • Wolf attack move against the Killer Machine, which fails to harm his opponent. (Season 3 The Outlaw Wild Sam Bladden)
    • Hyena's Whisper
      • Strategy that Tiger suggests as they enter The DieCathalon's Death Arena, and Wolf agrees, especially in an arena that size. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
    • Keg Toss!
      • Wolf attack move during battle with the time cops at Iowa State University. (Season 3 episode Return of the Present)
    • Lobster's Bluff
      • Strategy that Tiger and Wolf agree on as they enter The DieCathalon's Death Arena. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
    • Metal Spoke Sharpener!
      • Wolf attack move. (Season 2 episode J1: Judgment Day)
    • Ninja Star
      • Wolf attack move. (Season 2 episode Countdown to Prologue)
    • Paring Knife!
      • Wolf attack move during the fight with the Biotics at the Kronish Ball. (Season 1 episode Justice Desserts)
    • Pelican's Folly
      • 
Strategy that Wolf suggests as they enter The DieCathalon's Death Arena, but Tiger shoots down, on account the bionic pumas would sniff them out before they could hide enough rocks in their mouths. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
    • Puck Shot!
      • Wolf attack move during assault on the Kronitorium guards. (Season 1 episode A Date with Destiny)
    • Science Wand!
      • Wolf attack move during assault on the Kronitorium guards. (Season 1 episode A Date with Destiny)
    • Striking Cane Block!
      • Tiger defense move during the fight with the Biotics at the Kronish Ball. (Season 1 episode Justice Desserts)
    • Table Throw!
      • Tiger attack move during the fight with the Biotics at the Kronish Ball. (Season 1 episode Justice Desserts)
    • Torque!
      • Wolf attack move while saving Josh from Stu's men. (Season 2 episode The Ballad of Pup-E Q. Barkington)
    • Tree Slam!
      • The Killer Machine attack move against Wolf. (Season 3 The Outlaw Wild Sam Bladden)
    • Wrist Bite!
      • Josh attack move during the fight with the Biotics at the Kronish Ball. (Season 1 episode Justice Desserts)
  • Movies
    • And The Tower Went Kablooey: The Joosh "JFUTZ” Futturman Story
      • Movie starring Josh Hutcherson, Haley Joel Osment and Eliza Coupe. (Season 2 episode Dia De Los Robots)
  • Movies-Fake Reboots and Sequels
    • Avatar 5
      • When Josh, Tiger and Wolf are stealing Cameronium from James Cameron's compound, James Cameron is watching the recently completed Avatar 5 with George Clooney. (Season 1 episode Pandora's Mailbox)
  • Movies-Science Fiction
    • Time Climbers 3
      • Science fiction movie that Josh mentions. (Season 2 episode The Brain Job)
  • Musicians
    • Robo-Pavarotti
      • Susan Saint Jackalope mentions taking his android daughter Stanley to see Robo-Pavarotti. (Season 3 The Outlaw Wild Sam Bladden)
    • Sweet Mama Jessup
      • Susan Saint Jackalope offers Tiger a copy of Sweet Mama Jessup's Greatest Hits album. (Season 2 episode Ultra-Max)
  • Natural Areas
    • Bone Desert
      • The DieCathalon host Susan Saint Jackalope's assistant informs him that there is no sign of Josh, Tiger and Wolf in the Bone Desert after they escape from The DieCathalon. (Season 3 episode There Will Be Borscht)
    • The Enchanted Meadow
      • Natural area in Haven where Tiger meets a goat, also known as the Greatest Of All Time. (Season 3 episode Haven is for Real)
    • The Valley
      • When Screw brings the Strays back to the NAG, she says they came from The Wastelands of Malibu, The Volcanoes of Catalina and The Valley. (Season 2 episode Guess Who's Coming to Lunch)
    • The Volcanoes of Catalina
      • When Screw brings the Strays back to the NAG, she says they came from The Wastelands of Malibu, The Volcanoes of Catalina and The Valley. (Season 2 episode Guess Who's Coming to Lunch)
    • The Wastelands of Malibu
      • When Screw brings the Strays back to the NAG, she says they came from The Wastelands of Malibu, The Volcanoes of Catalina and The Valley. (Season 2 episode Guess Who's Coming to Lunch)
  • Neighborhoods
    • Cannibal Country
      • Dangerous area outside the NAG, where people eat people. (Season 2 episode Homicide: Life in the Mons)
  • News Articles
    • Don't Futz with Success
      • In the alternate timeline where Josh is named Joosh, but goes by the name "JFUTZ”, there is an internet article about him titled "Don't FUTZ With Success”. (Season 1 episode Prelude to an Apocalypse)
  • Operations
    • Operation Gas Chamber
      • Tiger's original plan to kill all of the employees of Kronish Laboratories, also known as Plan A. (Season 1 episode Justice Desserts)
    • Operation Whale Documentary
      • Tiger's plan to neutralize Dr. Stu Camillo at the Kronish Ball, named after a comment that Josh's mother Diane makes, about her dress being the only thing that distracted Josh's father from watching his whale documentaries. (Season 1 episode Justice Desserts)
  • Orphanages
    • Corey Wolf-hart's Home For Wayward Nerds
      • After being stranded in the year 2000, Wolf's new company Wolf Enterprises creates a new philanthropic endeavor called Corey Wolf-hart's Home for Wayward Nerds. (Season 3 episode Return of the Present)
  • Parties
    • Baja Yaja
      • Josh and Wolf throw a theme party for the residents of Haven. (Season 3 episode Time Rogues III: Escape from Forever)
    • Lunar Love '69
      • Part at Phi Phi Gamma, the black fraternity where the future doctor Elias Kronish was a member. (Season 1 episode Herpe: Fully Loaded)
  • Planets
    • Galaxus 9
      • The DieCathalon host Susan Saint Jackalope's wife Randall mentions everything he's been through - the ratings slide, the coup d'é·tat, the mass prisoner suicides and that Galaxus 9 core meltdown - and somehow he's still standing, because he's strong. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
  • Police Departments
    • Internal Stray Enforcement
      • Organization in charge of preventing stray people from entering the NAG. (Season 2 episode The Binx Ultimatum)
  • Prisons
    • Alamore
      • Prison where Josh is sent after being convicted. (Season 1 episode A Date with Destiny)
    • Ultra-Max (prison)
      • Josh, Tiger and Wolf are arrested for their time crimes and taken to the Ultra-Max prison on Damnation Island in the year 3491 A.D. (Season 2 episode Ultra-Max)
  • Products-Other
    • DN-YAY!
      • DNA collection kit that Tiger learns about a the Futterman's dinner party. "Register online at DN-YAY.com” (Season 1 episode A Blowjob Before Dying)
  • Programs and Projects
    • Murder Protocol One
      • Code for when all the biotics are activated at once - to kill Future Man. (Season 2 episode Countdown to Prologue)
  • Publishing Companies
    • Antova
      • After Wolf sets Dasha's humanity aflame, she writes a book called Tell Morning Not to Come, which is how the Network is able to track them down where they are hiding out in Russia during World War I. Wolf finds a copy of the book after killing one of the Network's agents: Tell Morning Not to Come by Dasha Ovechkina, Antova Classics. (Season 3 episode There Will Be Borscht)
  • Recipes
    • Kronish Balls
      • Dr. Kronish's specialty, served every year at the Kronish Ball - little chocolate truffle balls. (Season 1 episode Justice Desserts)
    • Lingonberry Croque-en-bouche Brown Butter and Lemon Sucre En Poudre
      • Dessert Wolf makes for Josh's parents' dinner party. (Season 1 episode A Blowjob Before Dying)
    • Reindeer Sweetbreads
      • As the group's chef, Wolf makes Reindeer sweetbreads for dinner. (Season 3 episode Trapper's Delight)
    • Tiger's Famous Hoppin' John
      • Dish Tiger makes for Stu. (Season 1 episode Prelude to an Apocalypse)
  • Restaurants-Other
    • Wolf-Hart's
      • Wolf - as Corey Wolf-Hart - opens a restaurant in 1985, an illegal cash-only business in a condemned building in the most dangerous part of town, where patrons are kidnapped, made to think they are going to die, then fed the best food they will ever eat. "You know where you're going - Heaven. But you don't have to die to get there.” "More stars came to Wolf-Hart's than Rob Lowe's Malibu fuck pad.” (Season 1 episode Beyond the Truffledome)
  • Retirement Communities
    • Hidden Cliffs Senior Solutions
      • In the alternate timeline where Josh is named Joosh, but goes by the name "JFUTZ”, JFUTZ put his parents in a retirement home against their will. (Season 1 episode Prelude to an Apocalypse)
  • Search Engines
    • Blooogle
      • New search engine that has replaced Google in Josh's now altered timeline. Possibly related to Blapple - Black Apple. (Season 1 episode Prelude to an Apocalypse)
  • Sex Products
    • Bioport Lube
      • Sponsor patch on Tiger and Wolf's DieCathalon contestant uniforms. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
    • Plezh Tube
      • Lube-ometer that Susan Saint Jackalope uses to turn on his android wife before sex. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
  • Social Clubs
    • Crow's Nest
      • Counting Crows fan site that Stu mentions to Tiger when he's trying to explain what it's like to see her again after all these years. (Season 2 episode Guess Who's Coming to Lunch)
  • Songs
    • The Muffle Song
      • Song the children sing to block out the sounds of Sowing Night. (Season 2 episode The Ballad of Pup-E Q. Barkington)
  • Special Events
    • Sowing Night
      • Night when family clusters have sex and all the children are supervised by single people, which is referred to as Muffle duty. (Season 2 episode A Wolf in the Torque)
  • Sports Teams-Mascots
    • California Community College Real Birds
      • Mascot that Josh makes up for the fake college that he claims to attend. (Season 1 episode A Fuel's Errand)
  • Stores-Other
    • Torque's Wheel Shop
      • Wolf's store in the new future. (Season 2 episode A Wolf in the Torque)
  • Substances
    • Cameronium
      • Fuel for time machine, James Cameron Pandora reference. (Season 1 episode A Fuel's Errand) The origin of Cameronium: In 2023, Sir James Cameron pilots his submersible, the Deepsea Challenge Extreme XG Ultra to the deepest part of the ocean. He pulls a variety of samples, including a phosphorescent microorganism he thinks looks cool. It sits in his home lab for 10 years before anyone figures out what it is and what it can do. (Season 1 episode A Blowjob Before Dying)
  • Tactical Clothing Products
    • Titanium PX3900 Exoshield
      • Tiger's body armor. "Bullet-proof, laser-proof, claw-proof.” (Season 1 episode A Fuel's Errand)
  • Technology Companies
    • BlackApple
      • Also known as Blapple. "Only old people call it BlackApple.” Josh returns to the present to discover that his trip to the past inadvertently led to the creation of technology company BlackApple, instead of Apple. (Season 1 episode A Riphole in Time) Fox, the new tech expert, uses a BlackApple laptop. (Season 2 episode Countdown to Prologue)
    • Future Man
      • In the alternate timeline where Josh is named Joosh, but goes by the name "JFUTZ”, JFUTZ is the founder of a robotics company called Future Man. (Season 1 episode Prelude to an Apocalypse)
  • Thoroughfares-Other
    • Federal Way
      • Futturman residence in Los Angeles. (Season 1 episode Pandora's Mailbox)
    • Island Beach Way
      • Josh sends his parents a $6 million cashier's check from Isla Cayman Banking Corp. on Island Beach Way in Grand Cayman for $6 million. (Season 1 episode A Date with Destiny)
  • Time Travel
    • TTD
      • Tiger and Wolf's Time Travel Device. (Pilot episode)
  • Toy Products
    • Barbie Hoverport
      • Toy that Jeri, the receptionist at Kronish Laboraties, mentions to Josh, her equivalent of the hoverboard from her version of Back to the Future II, a clear indicator to Josh that even more has changed than he was aware since his trip to the past. (Season 1 episode A Riphole in Time)
    • Spoink
      • Boardgame in Josh's bedroom in the simulation, the proof that he actually is in a simulation, as he discovers that the new member of the resistance is actually a character on the back of the box. "The pig spanking sensation." (Season 2 episode Countdown to Prologue)
  • TV Shows-Game Shows
    • The DieCathalon
      • New Pangea's favorite human-hunting reality competition, where contestants run for their lives and are killed for sport. (Season 2 episode Ultra-Max)
  • TV Stations-Numbers
    • Channel 12
      • TV station in California, 1969. 12 Action Edition, Los Angeles 
KNBS-TV. (Season 1 episode Herpe: Fully Loaded)
  • Vehicles-Nautical
    • Deepsea Challenge Extreme XG Ultra
      • XG UltraIn 2023, Sir James Cameron pilots his submersible, the Deepsea Challenge Extreme XG Ultra to the deepest part of the ocean. He pulls a variety of samples, including a phosphorescent microorganism he thinks looks cool. It sits in his home lab for 10 years before anyone figures out what it is and what it can do. (Season 1 episode A Blowjob Before Dying)
  • Video Games
    • The Biotic Wars
      • Josh's video game, actually a recruitment tool from the future. (Pilot episode)
    • Vermont Fishing Hole
      • Fishing themed video game. (Season 2 episode Countdown to Prologue)
  • Virtual Reality
    • MARS
      • Stu reveals that his Mars relocation project is actually a virtual world. MARS. = Mankind's Automated Reality System. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
  • Weapons
    • Arctic Pulse Ray
      • Weapon Wolf mentions during his cooking lesson, that uses supercharged Freon to melt your blood, killing you instantly. He later builds one when making a second batch of Kronish Balls. (Season 1 episode Justice Desserts)
    • Shutter Blade
      • Weapon that Tiger carries. (Season 1 episode Girth, Wind & Fire)
  • Weapons-Explosives
    • FOAB
      • Also known as Father of all Bombs. Bomb blueprint framed on the wall in "The Temple”, the living room in J.C.C., James Cameron's compound. (Season 1 episode Pandora's Mailbox)
    • Subatomic Sensor Mine
      • Weapon from the video game The Biotic Wars. (Pilot episode)
    • Toddler Bomb
      • Demented weapons that Tiger and Wolf had to face while growing up in the sewers - human children genetically engineered to blow up when you hug them. (Season 3 episode Trapper's Delight)
  • Weapons-Guns
    • GX239 Hand Cannon
      • Weapon that Tiger mentions, that caused her and Wolf's wounds. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • LK-7 Liquifire Inskinerator
      • Tiger asks Stu if the turret machine guns guarding his physical being are LK-7 Liquifire Inskinerators. There actually LK-8 Liquifire Inskinerators. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
    • LK-8 Liquifire Inskinerator
      • Tiger asks Stu if the turret machine guns guarding his physical being are LK-7 Liquifire Inskinerators. There actually LK-8 Liquifire Inskinerators. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
    • X28 Psychoblaster
      • Weapon from the video game The Biotic Wars. (Pilot episode)
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