For general information on cards, see Collector Cards.
Collector cards are cards that can be found in each level of The Simpsons: Hit & Run. Each level contains seven cards, and each card references an episode of The Simpsons. This is a list of collector cards in Level 1.
Home Made Football Edit
- Description: The pet project Homer is forced to abandon so he can work on his magic bat.
- Episode: Homer at the Bat
- Location: Below Bart's window in the Simpsons' house garden.
Crab Juice Edit
- Description: When given a choice between crab juice and a certain sugary soft drink, Homer chooses the crab juice--several cans of it. Unfortunately there's no nearby bathroom...
- Episode: The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson
- Location: On the roof of the Kwik-E-Mart.
Insanity Pepper Edit
- Description: Grown in the jungle primeval by inmates of a south American insane asylum, these mercilessly hot peppers are fuel for Homer's mystical journey to find his soul mate.
- Episode: El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer (The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
- Location: Found in Chief Wiggum’s garden.
Spinemelter 2000 Edit
- Description: Homer's dream recliner, purchased for him by his long-lost Brother Herb.
- Episode: Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?
- Location: Alleyway near Stonecutters entrance.
- Description: The ancient and revered artifact that is most sacred to the secret order of Stonecutters. Used as a bib and hanky by Homer. Also used to clean his ears.
- Episode: Homer the Great
- Location: Inside the Stonecutters tunnel above the table.
Carbon Rod Edit
- Description: Homer's greatest rival at work. The inanimate carbon rod first beat him out for employee of the month, then was credited with saving the space shuttle crew upon re-entry.
- Episode: Deep Space Homer
- Location: High platform inside the Power Plant.
Mr. Sparkle Box Edit
- Description: The mascot for a popular Japanese cleaning product, that just happens to bear an uncanny resemblance to Homer J. Simpson.
- Episode: In Marge We Trust
- Location: On top of a trailer with a box connected to the back, inside the trailer park.