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"Wall 2 Wall Mart' is a very large discount retail store that sells groceries, tools, animals, and other department store merchandise. The store itself defies reality in the term of excessive hammerspace, as while the store's exterior resembles a small shopping center, the interior resembles a megalopolis. The store is a parody of Wal-Mart and Costco.
This retail store sells a huge variety of items including electronics, garden tools, and even military helicopters (although missiles are sold separately).
In Inspection Detection, Francis had an infamous reputation of stealing stuff from the Wall 2 Wall Mart however none of the authorities or anyone else noticed this since he pretended to be innocent every time he entered into the store, whe he was in it, and when he left. Timmy was accused of being the shoplifter due to the many things that he wished up being exactly the same things Francis stolen. This accusation nearly costed Timmy his godparents as Timmy was trying to help Cosmo and Wanda pass the fairy inspection done by Jorgen. Timmy went to the Wall 2 Wall Mart to clear his name. After being cornered by authorities, Timmy was given one chance to prove his innocence. With the help of a video tape that Cosmo recorded (as well as a TV, VCR, and power source that was in Francis' pants), Timmy was able to prove that Francis was the shoplifter (the tape showed Francis stealing a bin full of lard). The police shook him and found all the items that were stolen from the store before arresting Francis. Timmy's parents then apologized to him for thinking he was the shoplifter. Timmy then noticed that the inspection is almost over, so he quickly says goodbye and leaves.
In Just the Two of Us!, The store suffers much damage during the chase scene between Timmy and Trixie after Timmy broke up with her (as he found out how dangerous she was with only one boy for her to use for attention).