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Category: DRUGS-RECREATIONAL

  • Drugs-Recreational
    • Adrenochrome
      • Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas 1971 Literature
        • While there is an actual chemical compound known as Adrenochrome produced by the oxidation of adrenaline (or synthesized by the oxidation of epinephrine) that was the subject of a few small psychological studies in the 50's and 60's, the fictional Adrenochrome is a drug taken from the human adrenal gland.
      • Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas 1998 Film
        • While there is an actual chemical compound known as Adrenochrome produced by the oxidation of adrenaline (or synthesized by the oxidation of epinephrine) that was the subject of a few small psychological studies in the 50's and 60's, the fictional Adrenochrome is a drug taken from the human adrenal gland.
    • Angel Dustin Hoffman
    • Banana Boat
      • Pineapple Express 2008 Film
        • Name of the marijuana Dale and Saul tell the kids on the playground they're selling (actually Pineapple Express).
    • Bava
      • Pulp Fiction 1994 Film
        • One of Lance's three heroin options for Vincent: This is Panda, from Mexico. Very good stuff. This is Bava, different, but equally good. And that is Choco from the Hartz Mountains of Germany... But when you shoot it, you'll know where that extra money went.
    • Billy Crystal Meth
    • Blink
      • The 4400 2004 TV Series
        • New powerful hallucinogen, a recreational drug that hits the streets of Seattle, containing a substance similar to Promicin, that causes users to see people from their past. (Season 3 episode Blink)
    • Blizz
      • Brooklyn Nine-Nine 2013 TV Series
        • Romero's new drug that's taking over Jake's prison. Jake finds out it's actually just meth the hard way. (Season 5 episode The Big House)
    • Blue
      • Breaking Bad 2008 TV Series
        • One of the street names for Walter White's blue meth. Also known as Big Blue, Blue Magic, Blue Sky and Fring's Blue.
    • Blue Magic
    • Bushmaster
      • Luke Cage 2016 TV Series
        • Recreational drug being Mariah sells in Harlem, in an attempt to discredit Bushmaster. (Season 2 episode Can't Front on Me)
    • Choco
      • Pulp Fiction 1994 Film
        • One of Lance's three heroin options for Vincent: This is Panda, from Mexico. Very good stuff. This is Bava, different, but equally good. And that is Choco from the Hartz Mountains of Germany... But when you shoot it, you'll know where that extra money went.
    • Chocolate Steroid Amphetamines
    • Cloud Ten
    • FCUK Reality
      • Layer Cake 2004 Film
        • In the opening montage, XXXX walks through a pharmacy, in which he imagines all of the products are drugs, like cocaine and ecstasy, branded with labels such as "FCUK reality". The founder of French Connection (FCUK), Stephen Marks, was the Executive Producer of this movie.
    • Flash
      • Continuum 2012 TV Series
        • New street drug which is actually a major drug in 2077. Originally developed to help Alzheimer's Disease patients, it allows you to re-experience a particular memory with perfect clarity. Just remember something, anything and it triggers a vivid flashback
    • Genre
      • Westworld 2015 TV Series
        • Brand new drug that Roderick gives to Liam to make Liam more open-minded, a digital-psychopharma hybrid. "Hits your implant and your bloodstream. Sends you straight to the silent era and back." Later, after being kidnapped, Liam doses Caleb. (Season 3 episode Genre)
    • H.F.S.
      • 21 Jump Street 2012 Film
        • aka Holy Fucking Shit. Synthetic drug they guys are sent to high school to investigate
    • How Long Has That Van Been There?
    • K-Lax
      • Rick And Morty 2013 Animated Series
        • Recreational drug Rick makes using the Kalaxian crystals that Abradolph Lincoler gave his life for (Season 1 episode Ricksy Business)
    • KT-28
      • Watchmen 2019 TV Series
        • a.k.a. Katie, street drug mentioned by the Knot Tops youth gang member that humiliates a young Jehovah's Witness named Wade Tillman, the future Detective Looking Glass, stripping him naked and stealing his clothes in a house of mirrors moments before the giant squid lands in New York. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
    • Labrador
      • Up In Smoke 1978 Film
        • essentially dog feces since Man's dog, a Labrador Retriever, ate his stash.
    • LF
      • Logan's Run 1967 Literature
        • Lysergic Foam, a recreational drug that produces the happiest effects; expanded consciousness and synthetic bliss.
    • Locus Coeruleus
      • Fear The Walking Dead 2015 TV Series
        • (Season 3 episode 14 El Matadero)Likely inspired by the fictional drug Adrenochrome in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, the zombified gland that Nick and Troy consume at the Bazar, which is described as "pure adrenaline", does exist in the human brain (while the adrenal glands do not), though is not believed to possess any psychedelic properties.
    • Lucille Eightball
    • Luke Cage
      • Luke Cage 2016 TV Series
        • Recreational drug being sold in Harlem, in an attempt to capitalize on Luke Cage's popularity. (Season 2 episode Soul Brother #1)
    • The Moon
      • Dead Ant 2017 Film
        • Peyote product sold at the Big Fruit fruit and vegetable stand for $80.
    • MPH
      • Eureka 2006 TV Series
        • Speed drug developed in Section Five at Global Dynamics (Season 1 episode Blink)
    • Muscle
      • Logan's Run 1967 Literature
        • Cub drug of choice, outlawed since the Little War. Originally developed for armed combat, the drug was designed to speed up reactions. It increased a man's strength tenfold, giving him ample time to deal with an enemy. But its action was too violent tocontrol; it forced the heart to do a day's work in minutes. A man lived impossibly fast with Muscle in his bloodstream. Only the very young could use it.
    • Nolan-weed
      • Anger Management 2012 TV Series
        • Will smokes the marijuana he finds in the guest bedroom nightstand that Charlie's holding for Nolan. Charlie: "You are not prepared for Nolan-weed. (Episode Charlie Tests His Will Power)
    • Panda
      • Pulp Fiction 1994 Film
        • One of Lance's three heroin options for Vincent: This is Panda, from Mexico. Very good stuff. This is Bava, different, but equally good. And that is Choco from the Hartz Mountains of Germany... But when you shoot it, you'll know where that extra money went.
    • Pineapple Express
      • Pineapple Express 2008 Film
        • The super special and rare strand of marijuana that Saul sells to Dale. Saul: "This is like if that Blue Oyster shit met that Afghan Kush I had - and they had a baby. And then, meanwhile, that crazy Northern Light stuff I had and the Super Red Espresso Snowflake met and had a baby. And by some miracle, those two babies met and fucked - this would the shit that they birthed." Dale: "So this is the product of baby fucking." Also described as smelling like God's vagina. Not a real strain at the time the movie was released, but is now able to be purchased at marijuana dispensaries.
    • Protase 130
      • Dark Matter 2015 TV Series
        • A.K.A. "Shadow". Synthetic hallucinogen and party drug (Season 2 episode 6 We Should Have Seen This Coming)
    • Purple Nurple
      • Pineapple Express 2008 Film
        • Marijuana strain that Saul mentions when he's being taken down into the bunker and sees all the weed.
    • Q
      • Repo Men 2010 Film
        • Recreational drug that Beth mentions when she's breaking down all of her artificial parts for Remy - the reason for her needing a new liver, stomach and lungs.
    • Rapture
      • Under The Dome 2013 TV Series
        • Recreational drug, mentioned a few times by the preacher and Big Jim in season 1, mentioned by name in episode The Fourth Hand
    • Sacramento Red Hot
    • Scag
      • The Running Man 1982 Literature
        • Recreational drug: Scag is twelve oldbucks a bag, Frisco Push goes for twenty a tab, but the Free-Vee will freak you for nothing.
    • Singapore Grey
      • Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas 1971 Literature
        • Hashish Raoul Duke mentions immediately before meeting Savage Lucy. "My idea was to get into the room, accept the booze and baggage delivery, the smoke my last big chunk of singapore grey while watching Walter Cronkite and my attorney to arrive."
    • Sodium Amber Thiesson
      • The Tick 2016 TV Series
        • The drug that verkill gives to Ramses to make him talk (Season 1 episode Rising)
    • Soma
      • Brave New World 1931 Literature
        • Drug handed out for free to all the citizens of the World State. In small doses, soma makes people feel good. In large doses, it creates pleasant hallucinations and a sense of timelessness. The citizens of the World State are encouraged to take soma by "hypnopaedic” sayings like "A gram is better than a damn.” When they experience strong negative emotions, citizens take a soma "holiday” to distract them from the unpleasant feelings.
      • John Dies At The End 2012 Film
        • Street drug that promises an out-of-body experience with each hit, allowing users to drift across time and dimensions. But some who come back are no longer human.
    • Spanish Trampoline
      • Pineapple Express 2008 Film
        • Name that Ted comes up with for Marijuana strain he's selling. Used to be Spanish Mudflaps, but Troy likes to trampoline.
    • Substance D
      • A Scanner Darkly 1977 Literature
        • While posing as a drug user, Arctor becomes addicted to "Substance D" (also referred to as "Slow Death", "Death" or "D"), a powerful psychoactive drug.
      • A Scanner Darkly 2006 Film
        • D is for dumbness and despair and desertion. The desertion of your friends from you, you from your friends. Everyone from everyone. Isolation and Ioneliness and hating and suspecting each other. D is, finally, death. Slow death. From the head down.
    • The Sun
      • Dead Ant 2017 Film
        • Peyote product sold at the Big Fruit fruit and vegetable stand for $200. The most powerful peyote you will ever take.
    • Super Lemon Haze
      • Ted 2 2015 Film
        • The marijuana strain that Ted, John and Sam find in the field when Ted crashes the car. Apparently it's a really rare strain - a cross between Lemon Skunk and Super Silver Haze. "They're moving in herds. They do move in herds."
    • Swank
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Illegal drug that's ten times more addictive than marijuana, introduced by the evil dude in the McBain movie scene. (Season 4 episode Last Exit to Springfield)
    • That God Drug
      • Key & Peele 2012 TV Series
        • a.k.a. slayer, cutty-cutty, double cutty, Elmo, cat vag, Long Island brain slice, and Funt. It takes all your greatest fears and insecurities, and it gives them teeth and arms, and then it locks you in a room with them from which you cannot escape. You realize the face of God is somewhere inside your body, but you can't find it, and it hates you. It's a razor sharp crystal you tuck under your eyelid. And then when your ocular cavity starts bleeding, It goes directly into your brain. Just when you can't take any more, you poop your mouth. (Season 4 episode Scariest Movie Ever)
    • WHYPHY
      • 22 Jump Street 2014 Film
        • Stands for: Work Hard? Yes / Play Hard? Yes. Narcotic. Study drug. Described as Adderall mixed with Ecstacy mixed with god knows what else.
    • Zephos
      • Men In Black: International 2019 Film
        • Recreational drug that killed a 300 pound Jababian. The wrong amount will kill you instantly. The right amount will keep you dancing shirtless on a nightclub in Monacofor 17 hours.


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