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THE SIMPSONS 1989 Animated Series
  • Homer Simpson: Go ahead and smile, smart guy. I'm gonna mop you up like turkey gravy! (episode Trilogy of Error)

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Platypus Man
      • TV show that was canceled, Homer blames Springfield Shopper TV critic Garth Trelawney. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • Admiral Baby
      • Midseason TV show that the Simpsons watch. (Season 10 episode Homer to the Max)
    • After Mannix
      • Spin-off TV show that Troy McClure mentions: "Hi, I'm Troy McCLure. You may remember me from such TV spin-offs as Son of Sanford and Son, and After Mannix."(Season 8 episode Simpsons' Spin-Off Showcase)
    • All in The Family 1999
      • Midseason TV show that the Simpsons watch. (Season 10 episode Homer to the Max)
    • Badge Patrol
      • Original concept for what eventually evolved into Police Cops started off as a show about high tech badges that shoot laser beams. (Season 10 episode Homer to the Max)
    • The Big Ear Family
      • TV show, skit on Tuesday Night Live, with host Krusty the Clown. (Season 4 episode Brother from the Same Planet)
    • Bin Laden in a Blender
      • Animated web series created by BetterThanTV.com, the internet start-up that buys Bart's Angry Dad comic. (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
    • Buck Henderson, Union Buster
      • I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from such TV series as Buck Henderson, Union Buster and Troy and Company's Summertime Smile Factory. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Chief Wiggum, P.I.
      • The Simpsons spin-off TV show, a gritty crime drama starring Chief Wiggum and Principal Skimmer as a private investigator team in New Orleans. (Season 8 episode Simpsons' Spin-Off Showcase)
    • The Cyborganizer
      • TV show that Homer watches about a high tech robo-cop created for one purpose only - to help the NYPD tackle its tedious paperwork, although the show is quickly retooled by the network into a sitcom. (Season 11 episode Last Tap Dance in Springfield)
    • Do Shut Up
      • The most delicious British sitcom that Bart catches Homer watching on PBS. (Season 11 episode Missionary: Impossible)
    • Don't Go There
      • Sitcom that Homer wants to watch. (Season 10 episode Wild Barts Can't Be Broken)
    • The Dreck Squad
      • TV show that Homer mentions when naming the Simpson family's favorite TV shows. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Dumbin' It Down
      • TV show that Marge mentions when naming the Simpson family's favorite TV shows. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Edward the Penitent
      • TV show mentioned by announcer on public television telethon: Without your support, public television can't afford to bring you such award-winning shows as Edward the Penitent. (Season 5 episode Marge on the Lam)
    • Ethnic Mismatch Comedy #644
      • Canceled sitcom that Marge was just starting to enjoy, featuring the main character's catchphrase, "Shut uppa your mouth!" (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
    • The Gator Baiter
      • Nature show that Bart watches, parody of Steve Irwin. (Season 15 episode Marge Versus Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays)
    • Good Heavens
      • Marge makes the children watch TV show Good Heavens on PAX-TV, a show about the everyday problems of angels. (Season 14 episode The Bart of War)
    • Handle With Care
      • Troy McClure's new TV show sitcom, premiering after the Super Bowl. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
    • Herschel Krustofsky's Clown-Related Entertainment Show
      • When the IRS busts Krusty, he's forced to change the name of his TV show. (Season 7 episode Bart the Fink)
    • Hollywood Hogwash
      • TV show that Homer calls his favorite show. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Hunch New record added 9/23/2021
      • TV cop show that the Simpsons watch, with a cop that solves crimes with his hunches. Lisa canít believe they got 512 shows out of this premise. (Season 17 episode Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play)
    • Japanese Friends
      • Japanese version of Friends that Bart watches on the Simpsons' new satellite dish. (Season 14 episode Bart vs. Lisa vs. The Third Grade)
    • Jodyís World
      • The worst damn comedy show, period, on Fox, featuring David Spade. (Season 17 episode Homer Simpson, This is Your Wife)
    • Keepin' It Kodos
      • 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)
    • Knightboat
      • TV show that the Simpsons watch about a crime-solving boat, parody of Knight Rider. (Season 6 episode And Maggie Makes Three)
    • The Laughter Family
      • Animated midseason TV show. Networks like animation because they don't have to pay the actors squat. (Season 10 episode Homer to the Max)
    • Law & Order: Elevator Inspectors Unit
      • Law & Order spin-off that the Simpsons watch. (Season 14 episode Helter Shelter)
    • Lou Rawls, Secret Agent
      • Animated web series created by BetterThanTV.com, the internet start-up that buys Bart's Angry Dad comic. (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
    • The Love-Matic Grampa
      • The Simpsons spin-off TV show, a situation comedy starring Moe and Abe Simpson, a ghost inhabiting Moe's Love Tester machine. (Season 8 episode Simpsons' Spin-Off Showcase)
    • The Malarkeys
      • TV show that Marge mentions when naming the Simpson family's favorite TV shows. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • The Mayor
      • Homer daydreams about starring in a TV show about the mayor of an old Wild West town. (Season 12 episode A Tale of Two Springfields)
    • McGarnagle
      • TV show that Homer watches, about a hard-boiled cop. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child, The Boy Who Knew Too Much)
    • McTrigger
      • TV series McTrigger featured movie cowboy Buck McCoy. A Quinn Martin Production. Tonight's episode: "'Scuse Me, While I Kill the Sky". Eventually, Buck was written out of the show, and it became Room 222. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Monkey Olympics
      • TV show on Fox that Homer watches. (Season 14 Pray Anything)
    • MTC Monkey Trauma Center
      • Homer's favorite show. (Season 14 episode How I Spent My Strummer Vacation)
    • Nooky in New York
      • Cable TV show that Marge and her sisters watch, about four single women who act like gay men, sly reference to Sex in the City. (Season 13 episode Half-Decent Proposal)
    • Out with Doubt
      • Episode Marge on the Lam.
    • Pardon My Zinger
      • TV show that Smithers never misses on Comedy Central. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 1)
    • Police Cops
      • Midseason TV show that the Simpsons watch, featuring Detective Homer Simpson. (Season 10 episode Homer to the Max)
    • President Clown
      • Short-lived sitcom featuring Krusty the Clown. (Season 4 episode Kamp Krusty)
    • Renegade
      • Bart replaces Lorenzo Lamas in the syndicated action series Renegade after the end of the family's TV show. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Rock Bottom
      • TV magazine show that interviews Homer, then edits the footage to make it look like a confession. (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
    • Room 222
      • TV series McTrigger featured movie cowboy Buck McCoy. A Quinn Martin Production. Tonight's episode: "'Scuse Me, While I Kill the Sky". Eventually, Buck was written out of the show, and it became Room 222. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Sheriff Lowbrow
      • TV show that Homer mentions when naming the Simpson family's favorite TV shows. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Shut Your Gob
      • British sitcom that Betty White mentions during the PBS pledge drive. (Season 11 episode Missionary: Impossible)
    • Son of Sanford and Son
      • Spin-off TV show that Troy McClure mentions: "Hi, I'm Troy McCLure. You may remember me from such TV spin-offs as Son of Sanford and Son, and After Mannix."(Season 8 episode Simpsons' Spin-Off Showcase)
    • Speedway Squad
      • Smithers dreams that he and Mr. Burns are undercover cops on a TV show. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 2)
    • Springfield Heights, 90210
      • Kyle Darren, one of the loveable high-schoolers from TV's Springfield Heights, 90210 makes an appearance and the grand opening of the Springfield Monorail. He's cool, he's sexy, he's 34 years old. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
    • The Stingy and Battery Show
      • When Sideshow Bob forces TV channels to shut down with the threat of setting off a nuclear bomb, Krusty broadcasts a new show from a desert in the remote Springfield Badlands - replacing Itchy & Scratchy with a new segment featuring an actual car battery. (Season 7 episode Sideshow Bob's Last Gleamings)
    • Stretch Dude and Clobber Girl
      • Superhero TV show featuring Bart and Lisa with super powers. Tonight's episode Enter the Collector. (Season 11 episode Treehouse of Horror X - segment Desperately Xeeking Xena)
    • Strong-dar, Master Of Akon
      • He-Man rip-off, candidate for the Outstanding Writing in a Cartoon Series award given out at the Annual Cartoon Awards ceremony. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • Talk To The Hand
      • Sitcom starring David Faustino that Marge has heard good things about - Tom Shales says the writing snaps, crackles and pops. (Season 10 episode Wild Barts Can't Be Broken)
    • That 30s Show
      • Parody of That 70s Show. (Season 14 The Great Louse Detective)
    • The Thompsons
      • New version of The Simpsons TV show after the Simpsons relocate to Terror Lake as part of the FBI's Witness Relocation Program. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare)
    • The Tomfoolery Of Professor Frink
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    • Toolin' Around
      • The wisecracking sidekick from sitcom Toolin' Around is the spokesperson for the BBQ Pit Kit that Homer buys at Mom & Pop Hardware. Parody of Tool Time on Tim Allen's sitcom Home Improvement. (Season 10 episode Mom and Pop Art)
    • Troy And Company's Summertime Smile Factory
      • I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from such TV series as Buck Henderson, Union Buster and Troy and Company's Summertime Smile Factory. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Worker And Parasite
      • New cartoon on Krusty's show when Itchy & Scratchy move over to Gabbo's show. Eastern Europe's favorite cat and mouse team. (Season 4 episode Krusty Gets Kancelled)
    • YaHoo
      • TV show, parody of Hee-Haw, featuring The YaHoo Recovering Alcoholic Jug Band, and Lurleen's syndicated TV debut. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
    • Yakkin' about the movies
      • The Simpsons version of Siskel & Ebert's movie review TV show. (Season 2 episode The Way We Was)
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