A team of scientists working for a pharmaceutical company discovers a cure for depression. When the company finds itself in trouble financially, they rush the new drug into production without doing enough testing. Things seem to go fine until some of the users of the drug start slipping into comas. It becomes a race between the scientists who want to tell the world the truth and the company's marketing department who wants to protect their profit margin. Written by
Shove this up your mind
Did You Know?
The proper or common name of the fictional drug in the film, Gleemonex, is revealed to be "Duoroflouriximinimum 602" during the scene where Queen Elizabeth II approves its release. See more
When the psychiatrist writes a prescription for Gleemonex for the repressed gay character, we see a large microphone hanging from the patient's neck during an over-the-shoulder shot as he's sitting up on the couch. See more
[after being brought home by the police
There's a perfectly reasonable explanation for this.
Well, I was out driving. 'Cause you know how much I love driving. When suddenly, I had to take the *biggest pee in the world*! So I went to this washroom...
[Wally's family goes inside and locks him out
...but it was full of those *types*! You know. QUEERS and QUEENIES and...
After the credits, Mother Hurdicure is distressed over her grandson flying away with the balloons she gave him, and is queried by the boy's mother as to his whereabouts. See more
written & performed by Scott Thompson
and Joe Sealy
produced by Joe Sealy
Joe Sealy performs courtesy of Seajam Recordings, Inc. See more