Professor Ned Brainard's discovery of flubber hasn't quite brought him - or his college - the riches he thought. The Pentagon has declared his discovery to be top secret and the IRS has slapped him with a huge tax bill, even if he has yet to receive a cent. He thinks he may have found the solution in the form of flubbergas, which can change the weather. It also helps Medfield College's football team to win a game. At home, his wife Betsy is jealous of the attention lavished on him by an old high school girlfriend. Written by
HE PUTS A HALFBACK INTO ORBIT! HE'S THE LAFF OF THE PARTY! HE BLOWS UP A STORM!
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At the end of the movie, the football filled with flubber gas is seen floating among a series of man-made satellites. They are the same satellites used in Eyes in Outer Space
(1959). See more
Professor Ned Brainard
You'd think those people at the Pentagon could've least have given us a couple hundred thousand out of petty cash, or something.
As the movie concludes, the game winning football (with flubber gas) is still rotating up in outer space around satellites. See more