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Social Groups & Organizations At A Glance

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The Beavers Dick Loudon (Bob Newhart)
Rural Vermont Lodge
Benevolent Order of Bison Lodge Herbert T. Gillis (Frank Faylen,
(Grocery Store owner in Central City)
The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis
The Bloodhound Gang Three kids who track down suspects using scientific methods of deduction. Their calling card reads: "Whenever there's trouble, we're there on the double." Contact
The Brooklyn Patriots Chester A. Riley (Jackie Gleason/William Bendix), an aircraft worker living in Los Angeles joined this social group for the companionship of other local Brooklynites including his neighbor Jim Gillis (Sid Tomack/Tom D'Andrea).  The Life of Riley
The Brotherhood Club Police officer Gunther Toody (Joe E. Ross) and his partner, Francis Muldoon (Fred Gwynne) from 53rd Precinct in the Bronx were dues paying members.  Car 54, Where Are You?
The Caribou Club Lodge members included bumbling architect Dagwood Bumstead (Arthur Lake/Will Hutchins), and his boss Mr. Dithers (Florenz Ames/Jim Backus), the owner of J. C. Dithers Construction Company.  Blondie
The Caribou Lodge Frank Barone (Peter Boyle). The lodge is just a bunch of old guys  - veterans from WWII and Korean War who hang out, shoot the breeze and hide from their families.  If a member does something wrong, they can lose the right to wear their antlers. Everybody Loves Raymond
The Cobra Lodge Vinton Harper (Ken Berry) Lockwmith from Raytown, USA Mama's Family
Delta Gamma University of Wisconsin fraternity house. Richard "Richie" Cunningham (Ron Howard) became a member of this fraternity when he transferred from Jefferson High School Happy Days
Delta House Rowdy 1960s fraternity  located on the campus of Faber College, a Pennsylvania college town founded in 1904 by Emil Faber. Delta House
Fraternal Order of the Bass  Membership roster included Lenny Kosnoski (Michael McKean) and Andrew "Squiggy" Squigman (David L. Lander), two moronic beer brewery truck drivers. Their lodge hats sported fish parts.  Laverne & Shirley
Fraternal Order of Loons Founded in 1872, their mascot is a caged loon bird. Each member wears a black feathered derby hats and greets each other by flapping their arms and "Woooing" like a loon. The leader of the lodge is called the High Loon. His hat is shaped like a flying black and white loon with wings spread wide as in flight. Coach
Glorious Guardians of Good Based in the fictional town of Fernwood, Ohio, the GGG was a fraternal organization whose members included Tom Hartman (Greg Mullavey), an automobile assembly line worker. The head of the lodge was the Keeper of the Keys, also known as "Massah". Mary Hartmann, Mary Hartmann
The Kings of Queens  Its members included blue-collar bigot Archie Bunker (Carroll O'Connor), a loading dock foreman who later became the owner of a local Queens tavern on ARCHIE BUNKER'S PLACE/CBS /1979-83. The head of the New York brotherhood was called the Grand Potentate. All members got a prepaid burial insurance after twenty years. Their lodge hat was a golden fez with blood red lining. Lodge phone number: 555-4378.  All in the Family
Knights of the Scimitar Clifford "Cliff" Claven (John Ratzenberger), the talkative know-it-all Boston mailman was a member of the "Knights of the Scimitar." He once sponsored his friend Norm Peterson  (George Wendt) into the Lodge. When beer-drinking Norm discovered the Lodge was alcohol-free, he refused membership and quickly retreated to the comfort of his barstool at Cheers tavern.  Cheers
The Leopard Lodge 1950s Milwaukee based social group on the 1950s. The Leopard Lodge (No. 462) members included hardware store owner Howard Cunningham (Tom Bosley) who began as Leopard first class and eventually attained the rank of Grand Puba. Happy Days
The Loyal Order of the Corn Strange lodge located in Eerie, Indiana. Eerie, Indiana
Mallard Lodge Fraternity that construction company owner, Frank Lambert (Patrick Duffy) joined.  Frank was former president of the Tile and Grout Association.  Step By Step
The Midnight Society Clandestine neighborhood club composed of kids of various ages that told scary stories  around a campfire in the middle of the woods. The youthful members of the Midnight Society challenged each other to tell the scariest story. Are You Afraid of the Dark?
Moron Union Moe, Larry and Curly belonged to the Moron Union. Showing their identification badges as proof of membership, these three zany idiots sang their Fraternal theme song. "We are Morons, through and through, Let us sing our song for you...Euuuuuuuu". At this point the threesome made silly grins, grimaces and sounds.  The Three Stooges
Mystic Knights of the Sea Black fraternal organization based in Harlem. Its members included Amos Jones (Alvin Chidress), Andrew "Andy" Brown (Spencer Williams) and the conniving George Stevens (Tim Moore) the lodge's head "Kingfish" who always got his loyal members involved in all sorts of dead end schemes. The Amos 'N Andy Show
National Organization of Men Against Amazonian Masterhood (NO MAAM) Women hating fraternal organization. Its chief member and advocate was Al Bundy (Ed O'Neill), a henpecked husband with two children and a dog who worked as a shoe salesman in a Chicago mall. Married...with Children
The Raccoons (also called "The International Order of Friendly Sons of the Raccoons"; "The International Order of Loyal Raccoons", or "The Royal Order of Raccoons) Bus driver Ralph Kramden (Jackie Gleason) and sewer worker Ed Norton (Art Carney) were members of the Raccoon Lodge located in the heart of Brooklyn, New York. The Honeymooners
The Red Hand Gang A group of five pre-teen city juveniles who attempted to investigate and solve crimes  Members included Matthew Laborteaux as Frankie; J.J. Miller as J.R.; Jolie Newman as Joannie; Johnny Brogna as Lil' Bil; and James Bond III as Doc.  The Red Hand Gang
Regal Order of the Golden Door to Good Fellowship Based in Mayberry, North Carolina, its members included the easy-going Sheriff Andy Taylor (Andy Griffith) and his faithful but bumbling deputy Barney Fife (Don Knotts). The group's password was "Geronimo."  The Andy Griffith Show
The Righteous Apples Group of five Sherwin High School musicians in Boston who decided to seek out and help others less fortunate than themselves. Roster of members included Charles "Big Neck" McMorris (Mykel T. Williamson); Samuel "D.C." Rosenkrantz (Joey Camen); Glorette Carson (Kutee); Sandy Burns (Elizabeth Daily) and J.T. (Bob Harcum).  The Righteous Apples
The Royal Order of Camels Rural brotherhood based in the small farming community of Hooterville.  Members included Uncle Joe Carson (Edgar Buchanan), a local resident of the Shady Rest Hotel; Sam Drucker (Frank Cady), a grocery store owner; and two railroad engineers Floyd Smoot (Rufe Davis) and Charley Pratt (Smiley Burnette).  Petticoat Junction
The Royal Order of the Mystic Nile Lodge One of its members was the cantankerous Grandpa McCoy (Walter Brennan), a former West Virginian farmer now living on a ranch in the San Fernando Valley in California.  The Real McCoys
Royal Order of the Water Buffaloes (Originally called the "Loyal Order of Dinosaurs," and the "Royal Order of the Water Buffaloes.") Originally called the "Loyal Order of Dinosaurs," and the "Royal Order of the Water Buffaloes." their membership roster included loudmouth Fred Flintstone (voice of Alan Reed) and his friend and neighbor Barney Rubble (voice of Mel Blanc). The Flintstones
Sacred Order of the Stonecutters Secret fraternal organization. Each session of the Stonecutters began with the solemn proclamation "the Sacred Order of the Stonecutters has since ancient times split the rocks of ignorance that obscures the light of knowledge and truth" followed by "Now let's all get drunk and play Ping-Pong." The Simpsons
The Scooby Gang Group of Teenagers who investigate supernatural occurrences in the town of Sunnydale, California.    Buffy The Vampire Slayer
The Scorpions Youngster Dennis Mitchell (Jay North) wanted to join a club of older boys called the Scorpion Club. The club members wore T-shirts with the silhouette of a scorpion. Making his initiation as difficult as possible, they told Dennis he had to find a goat, a derby, and a bugle (that was stored in Mr. Wilson's garage). Dennis finally formed his own club called the "Buzzards" that had members more his own age.  Dennis the Menace
Smiling Sons of the Friendly Shallally's (SSFS) A group of Irish lodge members (aka the "SSFS") mentioned by the resident bug-eyed drunk, Crazy Guggerheim (Frank Fontaine) in the "Joe The Bartender" sketches on THE JACKIE GLEASON SHOW/CBS/1962-66.  The Jackie Gleason Show
Sons of the Tundra Fraternal lodge located in the town of Cicely, Alaska.  The members of this "Men's Only Club," were called "Fraters." They greeted each other with a two finger salute. The Fraters hosted an annual dinner that distributed toys. Initiation fees cost $2000. Northern Exposure
The Wildebeests On episode #11 "The Electron Doesn't Fall Far from the Tree" Drew's dad George Carey  comes to town and pressures him to join his lodge, the Wildebeests, so he can make new business connections. But Drew's not too wild about joining, especially after learning that most of the members are bigots. The Drew Carey S

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