Easy Off oven cleaner
189, in Junior's Ooh-La-Lounge
9, barista at Yenta Express; 251;
18 – An executive CFE's club over on Park; In Dante's Inferno hell is set up so that categories of sin are punished in different circles, with the depth of the circle (and placement within that circle) symbolic of the amount of punishment to be inflicted. Sinners placed in the upper circles of hell are given relatively minor punishments, while sinners in the depths of hell endure far greater torments. As the eighth of nine circles, Malebolge, the name for the Eighth Circle, is one of the worst places in hell to be.
248 - Manufactures listening/transmitting device on computers; Elbit Systems Ltd. is an international defense electronics company engaged in a wide range of programs throughout the world. 
El Sueño Tropical
16, half-built and abandoned luxury hotel near borderline with Haiti and Dominican Republic, where Maxine and Reg end up after having Dominican mamajuana;
118 - CEO of Oracle and one rich cat.
50 - Jennifer Aniston as the next Elvis
Enrico's Italian Kitchen
Epperdew, Phipps ("Vips")
87, at Muffins and Unicorns; in video, 176; jumped bail, 236;
202 - An expensive aquatic fragrance of orange, lemon, mandarin, rosemary, and cedar wood, made by Creed. It is [still marketed].
174 "disused techies' saloon" where Maxine meets Traipse. In Usenet slang, Eternal September (or the September that never ended) began in September 1993, the month that internet service provider America Online (AOL) began offering Usenet access to its tens of thousands, and later millions, of users. Before then, every year in September, a large number of new university freshmen acquired access to Usenet for the first time, and took some time to become accustomed to Usenet's standards of conduct and "netiquette". But, after a month or so, these new users would learn the networks' social norms or simply tire of using the service. However, for the pre-existing users of Usenet, the influx of new users from September 1993 onwards was a new and endless manifestation of the phenomenon. Wikipedia entry
"Bird Dog" 235;
48 - This phrase was "popularized" in the film Star Wars (1977), directed by George Lucas, which follows a group of freedom fighters known as the Rebel Alliance as they plot to destroy the powerful Death Star space station, a devastating weapon created by the evil Galactic Empire.
In 1983, US President Ronald Reagan, in a speech to the National Association of Evangelicals in Orlando, Florida, urged the Free World to stand up to "the aggressive impulses of an evil empire." He was referring to the Soviet Union.