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  • Weapons
    • 16
        • The name for Sonmanto's chemical weapon created by weaponizing their chemical waste - from Wasted Minute.
    • The Abronath
        • While attempting to broker a peace treaty, Kirk offers the Teenax an Fibonan artifact from the Fibonan Republic's High Council, an ancient weapon known as the Abronath.
    • Accele-Ray
        • Weapon that Kang and Kodos use to speed up the baseball game and end up destroying the totality of existence. "The boredom is excruciating. Fire the Accele-Ray!" (Season 17 episode Treehouse of Horror XVI)
    • ACME Singing Sword
        • Box visible in the ACME warehouse that gets knocked over when a police detective demonstrates a toon retractable hammer weapon., Valiant later attempts to use one when he fights Judge Doom, but Frank Sinatra singing doesn't really help him.
    • Agonizer Booth
        • Torture device used by the Terran Empire in the mirror universe (Season 1 episode 10 Despite Yourself) Georgiou tortures Mirror Universe Michael Burnham in an Agonizer Booth. (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 2)
    • Arc Pulse Generator
        • Weapon originally created by Sabine that has the ability to destroy the famously tough Mandalorian Beskar armor. Nicknamed "The Duchess" after Sabine's mother's sister. (Season 4 episode Heroes of Mandalore)
    • Arctic Pulse Ray
        • Weapon Wolf mentions during his cooking lesson, that uses supercharged Freon to melt your blood, killing you instantly. He later builds one when making a second batch of Kronish Balls. (Season 1 episode Justice Desserts)
    • Atomic Maces
        • Weapons used by Zurg's robot in the Buzz Lightyear cartoon in a deleted scene on the Toy Story DVD.
    • Aversion Converting Inversion Reverter
        • To fight the Adult Swim version of Hellraiser's Cenobites, Rick builds a device that shoots concentrated pleasure-pain inverting shrapnel, which reverts the pleasure from pain back into the pain from pain. (Season 5 episode Amortycan Grickfitti)
    • Bat-Laser Beam
        • Batman uses it to burn off the firing pin in Robin's imposter's gun episode Smack in the Middle.
    • Bat-Ray Projector
        • Batman uses it to stop the Riddler's car (Season 1 episode Smack in the Middle)
    • Beam of Sloth
        • Weapon that the demon Demonswill uses to bathe the apple crisps and tater tots at Valley High to make the students lazy.
    • The Beast
        • Red forges a sword, design inspired by the "F" in the Celtic Frost logo.
    • Beso De La Arańa
        • Also known as kiss of the spider. Poison that Tilda uses to kill Mariah. (Season 2 episode They Reminisce Over You)
    • Blade of Die Hard
        • Dean Pelton: I am Joseph Gordon, son of Riggs. I protect the Blade of Die Hard, a family sword whose power knows no equal. In our clan, the leader carries the hilt, his eldest heir, the blade, for we believe man's greatest weapon against evil is the bond between a father and son. (Season 5 episode Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons)
    • Blame-thrower
        • One of Dr. Heller's nonlethal weapons - turns people against each other.
    • Bling Ring
        • New record added 5/5/2022
        • Weapon visible on Abed's map of Galindor. (Season 5 episode Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons)
    • The Burglar Buster
        • Trap the guys set up to catch the bad guys during their office camp out. "It's basically the eliminator from American gladiators, mixed with all the cool laser parts from entrapment you know, the Catherine Zeta-Jones vehicle." (Season 1 episode Office Campout)
    • Butterfly Buck Knife
        • Knife advertised in the Fight Club press kit. $125. TWO KNIVES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE! An innovative combination of the World's Most Popular Assault Cutlery. With the mechanics of the classic butterfly knife - commonly used by thieves, miscreants and deviants - coupled with the brutal precision of the back country buck knife, it is THE blade for today's man. Whether you're skinning tonight's dinner or extracting unwanted shrapnel, this knife has the answer for any problem.
    • C-STAD
        • Ficticious weapons system the U.S. developed with the Israelis that the Libyans bomb. President Shepherd proceeds to hit those responsible for the attack.
    • Cameron
        • Stark's suggestion for the name of Crichton's sword in the bizarre virtual reality game where he and Chiana are trapped. He also suggests, "Uma”. (Season 4 episode John Quixote)
    • Cataphrenic
        • Pussycat, a former rock 'n' roll singer now working for Catwoman, scratches Robin with the drug cataphrenic, making him Catwoman's plaything. (Episode That Darn Catwoman)
    • Chloroform Deploying Portable Enticement Snare
        • One of Casanova Frankenstein's gadgets.
    • Cold Fusion Ultrasonic Neuro-stunner Drink Stirrer
        • One of the weapons Captain Amazing asks Casanova Frankenstein to deactivate when he pays him a visit after he gets him released from the asylum.
    • Copper Sulfate Skin-lime
        • Lester Herrick works out new poisons for the military. He invented the copper sulfate skin-lime they used against Callisto.
    • The Corker
        • Zombie killing weapon that Knight of Serbia Petra Blazic brings to her meeting with Joel and Sheila. (Season 3 episode Zombody)
    • CRM 114
        • Kensei sword Hiro searches for, owned by Malcolm McDowell's character. Reference to the C.R.M. 114 Discriminator radio device in Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove. (episode Parasite)
    • CRM-114
        • A power hand weapon produced by the Breen, one that is "effective against moving vehicles and surface emplacements" and featuring a "quick recharge time." Reference to the C.R.M. 114 Discriminator radio device in Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • CT17 Virus
        • Programmable bio-weapon of biblical proportions, affectionately codenamed the Snowflake. Can target any DNA sequence with a 100% mortality rate inside 72 hours. Liquifies your internal organs. Turns your body into a giant bag of hot soup.
    • Cybernetic Atom Scrambler
        • Mr. Furious, The Shoveler and Blue Raja think they hear something when they arrive at Casanova Frankenstein's house - and brainstorm what kind of weapon it could be.
    • The Darksaber
        • Mandalorian version of a Jedi lightsaber. Moff Gideon uses the Darksaber to cut his way out of his crashed Tie Fighter. Chapter 8: Redemption) Bo-Katan and her friends are searching for the Darksaber. (Season 2 episode Chapter 11: The Heiress) Mando defeats Moff Gideon, retrieving the darksaber, which he offers to Bo-Kata, which she declines, because she is required to win it in battle. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Desire-O-Vac
        • One of The Terror's ultimate weapons from the past. Hidden away by The Decency Squad in 1953. From Grandpa Wore Tights.
    • Detect-a-scope
        • Batman uses it to find Robin's homing transmitter (Season 1 episode Smack in the Middle)
    • Disrupter
        • Quark sells high-energy disrupter, particle accelerators, photon torpedos and pulse cannons to Vulcan gunrunner Sakonna. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 2)
    • DOOM MKIV BFG
        • From Todd's weapons training record - Doom video game reference.
    • The Doomsday Croissant
        • Terrible weapon that Chairface mentions but was created by the Breadmaster (Season 3 episode 2 Tick vs. Dot and Neil's Wedding)
    • The Earthquake Machine
        • The machine that causes an earthquake in The Glades.
    • The Ether-net
        • Trap the guys set up to catch the bad guys during their office camp out. "A net of ethernet cables." (Season 1 episode Office Campout)
    • Excalibur
        • King Arthur uses his sword Excalibur to sever the Blood Queen's head.
    • Fall-asleep Darts
        • Weapon Beth apparently asked Rick to create for her when she was a child - one of the many items that Rick pulls out of a box in the garage to prove to Beth just how disturbed of a child she was growing up. (Season 3 episode The ABC's of Beth)
    • Formula BX-976
        • A deadly experimental nerve gas with no known antidote. Stage 1: Hallucinations. Stage 2: Disorientation and lack of coordination. Stage 3: Lethargy leading to coma. Stage 4: The Big Kahuna - Death. (Season 2 episode They Call Me Mr. Trunk)
    • Four Pronged Trident
        • Abed recognizes one of the annoying German bullies from the video game SpawnCraft. Abed: Doktor Blitz, knight of the Atlantis Guild, wielder of the four-pronged trident on SpawnCraft? (Season 4 episode Alternative History of the German Invasion)
    • Freeze Ray
        • The International Mad Scientist Society hosts their annual Most Evil Invention in the World Contest. Entries include a Shrink Ray, a Freeze Ray and Robochomo, a robot that molests children. (Episode 5/20/2017 Host Dwayne Johnson, skit International Mad Scientist Society)
    • Geosyncronator
        • Cat's bracelet, made from an unusual mixture of organic and technological properties.
    • The Getbackinator
        • New record added 5/11/2022
        • Tired of being bullied by Jimbo, Dolph, and Kearney, the geeks plan their revenge. In the science lab, Martin creates The Getbackinator, a ray gun that makes people perform various playground tortures on themselves such as wedgies and wet willies. (Season 18 episode Revenge is a Dish Best Served Three Times - segment Revenge of the Geeks)
    • The Glaive
        • Magical five pointed throwing weapon from Krull that Sho uses to sever i-ROk's arm.
    • The Goodnight Kiss
        • Poison Mal's new wife uses to knock him - and Inara unconscious (Episode Our Mrs. Reynolds)
    • Gravis
        • Utility belt device based on the anti-gravity technology that John Grady developed.
    • Hammer Advanced Weapons Systems
        • This that grade A, military, Justin Hammer-level shit. (Season 1 episode Moment of Truth) The Judas bullet is based on a prototype by Hammer. (Season 1 episode Just to Get a Rep)
    • Harvesters
        • After Bashir and Miles help the T'Lani and the Kelleruns eliminate their biomechanical gene disruptor weapon stockpiles using Muon Rays, they are scheduled to attend a celebration on T'Lani Prime when they are attacked. (Season 2 episode Armageddon Game)
    • High Temperature Fabric Adhesive Liquid Projector
        • One of Dr. Heller's nonlethal weapons. Will make your enemy's clothes get so tight he can't even breatheCan be tricked out with a clam shell holster, comes with a leather carrying case. It's got a was cutter and a full warranty.
    • Hypothermic Charges
        • Weapon that Admiral Cornwell mentions during her war briefing to the Discovery crew when they return from the mirror universe: "Klingon vessels launch hypothermic charges at Kelfour VI, burning off their atmosphere and killing 11,000 civilians." (Season 1 episode The War Without, The War Within)
    • Infinity Ball
        • The Hey's powerful weapon they want to use to destroy the universe. From The Tick vs. The Big Nothing.
    • Invisibility Cuffs
        • Weapon Beth apparently asked Rick to create for her when she was a child - one of the many items that Rick pulls out of a box in the garage to prove to Beth just how disturbed of a child she was growing up. (Season 3 episode The ABC's of Beth)
    • Iwo Jima Knives
        • Line of knives made by Gil's company Renard & Garrity Hunting Supplies.
    • James Coburn
        • The brand of pest control poison that A Bug's Death Exterminators uses on the Simpsons' house, making the house uninhabitable for six months. (Season 14 episode Helter Shelter)
    • Jamiason-Tyre Needlebeam
        • Barrent bought a sidearm from him. On Rend's advice, he chose a Jamiason-Tyre needlebeam. It was faster and more accurate than any projectile weapon, and it transmitted the same shock-power as a heavy caliber bullet. To be sure, it hadn't the spread of heat weapons such as the Hadjis used, which could kill within six inches of their target. But wide-range beamers encouraged inaccuracy. They were messy, careless weapons which reinforced careless traits. Anyone could fire a heat gun; but to use a needlebeam effectively, you had to practice constantly. And practice paid off. A good needlebeam man was more than a match for any two widebeam gunmen.
    • Kratos
        • BTC gravity weapon designed to project the anti-gravity effect over an arbitrary distance.
    • Ladybug Taser
        • A taser shaped like a ladybug that Beth apparently asked Rick to create for her when she was a child - one of the many items that Rick pulls out of a box in the garage to prove to Beth just how disturbed of a child she was growing up. (Season 3 episode The ABC's of Beth)
    • The Laser Jungle
        • Trap the guys set up to catch the bad guys during their office camp out. (Season 1 episode Office Campout)
    • The Little Pecker
        • Knife made by Gil's company Renard & Garrity Hunting Supplies.
    • Li'l Headbuster
        • Tiny batons the Springfield police reserve for subbing the children of Springfield Elementary. (Season 15 episode The President Wore Pearls)
    • Love Potion
        • Tod tries to use the love potion on Marge, but General Afir switches it with water - Tod then uses it on General Afir, and he falls in love with Tod.
    • Lust Dust
        • Weapon that the demon Demonswill uses on the students of Valley High to make them dress in provocative outfits and download pornographic images on the computer.
    • M.A.C.A.A.
        • Global Dynamic project. also known as Multi-Application-Combat-Armor-Alternative, a personal force field generator (Season 2 Try, Try Again)
    • Mace: 
Hippie Strength
        • Product that the Springfield Police use on the citizens trying to protect local redwood trees from being destroyed. (Season 10 episode Homer to the Max)
    • Machete Acid Crayon
        • Spy gadget created by Machete, a red crayon made out of acid powerful enough to melt through metal.
    • Machete BuddyPack
        • Spy gadget created by Machete, a jetpack that resembles a robot.
    • Machete Electroshock Bubbles
        • Spy gadget created by Machete, bubbles that, once blown, can electrocute anything and short-circuit anything electric.
    • Machete Electroshock Gumballs
        • Spy gadget created by Machete, green gumballs that, once chewed up and spat out, can electrocute anything and short-circuit anything electric.
    • Machete Instant Cement
        • Spy gadget created by Machete, a can of silly string, that once squirted, forms into quick-drying cement.
    • Machine of Unspeakable Doom
        • Rick's punishment for killing other Ricks. Swaps your conscious and unconscious minds, rendering your fantasies pointless while everything you've known becomes impossible to grasp. Also, every ten seconds it stabs your balls. (Season 1 episode Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind)
    • Mandalorian Vambraces
        • Grappling line, paralyzing darts, repulsor - all designed to combat the abilities of the Jedi (Season 3 episode Trials of the Darksaber)
    • Melar Gas
        • Knockout gas Zhaan and Chiana deploy at Natira's shadow depository. (Season 2 episode Liars, Guns and Money Part I: A Not So Simple Plan)
    • Molecular Mutator
        • Mutant weapon fired that turn a pile of rocks into a rock man that fights the ThunderCats. (Season 1 episode Feliner)
    • Morph Gas
        • A guy at the bar mentions pumping in morph gas to quell the Mars rebellion. (Season 1 episode A Voice in the Wilderness Part 2)
    • Neurazine Gas
        • Kira planned to use neurazine gas to immobilize the Breen engineers who were installing an energy dissipator weapon on a Jem'Hadar fighter. However, she and the Cardassian Rebellion members had to wait until the Breen were finished installing it before they could flood the ship with the gas. (Season 7 episode Tacking into the Wind)
    • Novatrin Gas
        • Horrific weapon built by the Plokavians that turn bones to powder. (Season 2 episode The Ugly Truth)
    • Pain Giver
        • Thin metallic device placed around a person's neck or wrists to control and torture prisoners.
        • After being told he's going to be assassinated in 48 hours, G'Kar awakens in a remote corner of the station with pain givers around his neck and wrists. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • Paloxus
        • Biological weapon that was put in the water supply on the planet where Dr. Finn, her kids and Isaac crash land on their way to a leisure planet. (Season 1 episode Into the Fold)
    • Parent Trap
        • Weapon Beth apparently asked Rick to create for her when she was a child - one of the many items that Rick pulls out of a box in the garage to prove to Beth just how disturbed of a child she was growing up. (Season 3 episode The ABC's of Beth)
    • Particle Accelerator
        • Quark sells high-energy disrupter, particle accelerators, photon torpedos and pulse cannons to Vulcan gunrunner Sakonna. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 2)
    • Penis Flytrap
        • New record added 5/1/2022
        • The deadliest weapon of them all, according to Pierce. (Season 3 episode Digital Exploration of Interior Design)
    • Photon Eviscerator
        • Mr. Furious, The Shoveler and Blue Raja think they hear something when they arrive at Casanova Frankenstein's house - and brainstorm what kind of weapon it could be.
    • Photon Torpedo
        • Quark sells high-energy disrupter, particle accelerators, photon torpedos and pulse cannons to Vulcan gunrunner Sakonna. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 2)
    • Pink Sentient Switchblade
        • Weapon Beth apparently asked Rick to create for her when she was a child - one of the many items that Rick pulls out of a box in the garage to prove to Beth just how disturbed of a child she was growing up. (Season 3 episode The ABC's of Beth)
    • Poison Gum
        • Weapon Beth apparently asked Rick to create for her when she was a child - one of the many items that Rick pulls out of a box in the garage to prove to Beth just how disturbed of a child she was growing up. (Season 3 episode The ABC's of Beth)
    • Project Achilles
        • The weapons system associated with Arthur's suit that was designed to fight aliens, first mentioned by Overkill (Season 1 episode Party Crashers)
    • Project Zeus
        • Advanced weapons system. There are seven Zeus satellites orbiting Earth. Each satellite contains 10 hollow platinum tubes filled with a tungsten rod.
    • Psychofrakulator
        • Creates a cloud of radically fluctuating free–deviant chaotrons which penetrate the synaptic relays. It's concatenated with a synchronous transport switch that creates a virtual tributary. It's focused onto a biobolic reflector. And what happens is that hallucinations become reality In the brain is literally fried from within.
        • They used to say it couldn't be built. The equations were so complex than most of the scientists who worked on it wound up in the insane asylum.
    • Psychotropic Bacterium Dart Launching Slippers
        • One of the weapons Captain Amazing asks Casanova Frankenstein to deactivate when he pays him a visit after he gets him released from the asylum.
    • Pulse Cannon
        • Quark sells high-energy disrupter, particle accelerators, photon torpedos and pulse cannons to Vulcan gunrunner Sakonna. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 2)
    • Quik-Thro Holster
        • Barrent took this advice to heart, coming, as it did, from an apprentice assassin and the owner of a weapon shop. He put in long hours on Rend's cellar firing range, sharpening his reflexes, getting used to the Quik-Thro holster.
    • Randler Shoulder Launcher
        • After a Velociraptor escaped from its enclosure and mauled a worker, Robert Muldoon insisted that lethal weapons be kept in the park in case of such dire situations. Such an occasion arose when Dennis Nedry shut off the power and the dinosaurs began to escape from their paddocks. In order to recapture one of the dinosaurs–one of the Tyrannosaurus, no less–Muldoon used a rocket launcher. Chapter: Big Rex/Control.
    • Sam
        • Josh names his sword Sam, after a girl named Sam. (Season 1 episode Josh vs. the Apocalypse: Part 1)
    • The Sands of Sleep
        • Knock-out dust that Driller uses to disable Panthro and kidnap him from the Cats' Lair. (Season 1 episode Spitting Image)
    • Shimmer
        • Force field the government installs around the Smith house so that Rick can't use his portal gun to escape. Annihilation reference. (Season 5 episode Rick & Morty's Thanksploitation Spectacular)
    • Shrink Ray
        • The International Mad Scientist Society hosts their annual Most Evil Invention in the World Contest. Entries include a Shrink Ray, a Freeze Ray and Robochomo, a robot that molests children. (Episode 5/20/2017 Host Dwayne Johnson, skit International Mad Scientist Society)
    • The Sick Stick
        • Tool designed for crowd control but deemed too severe that Big Daddy bought from a disgruntled DARPA employee. It emits a pulse that creates spontaneous nausea and diarrhea.
    • Silent Night
        • Biochemical weapon under development by Anarchy 99.
    • Singing Spider Venom
        • Danny is injected during the second fight. (Season 1 episode Immortal Emerges from Cave)
    • Smilex
        • The Joker's deadly chemical in poisoned products that caused victims to laugh uncontrollably and fall down, with their facial muscles pulled taut in a rictus grin.
    • Sonic Disabler
        • Loud noise weapon used to control prisoners in Hyperion-8 (Season 2 Episode 1 Welcome to Your New Home)
    • Spaceballs: The Flame Thrower
        • Spaceballs merchandise - Spaceballs branded flame thrower.
    • Spy Kid
        • Robot spies that look like children manufactured by Floop Industries.
    • Staff of Fireballs
        • Weapon that Bill wields while role-playing Dungeons and Dragons with Galdalf and the Gamers. (Heaven's River)
    • Stumm Gas
        • Stun gas used by street judges in riots. Mentioned on Channel 3030 news report.
    • Sub-Cyclic Normality Assert-iTron
        • Vogon weapon. "Aboard the Vogon ship, Prostetnic Vogon Jeltz was puzzled. He had expected a chase, he had expected an exciting grapple with tractor beams, he had expected to have to use the specially installed Sub-Cyclic Normality Assert-iTron to counter the Heart of Gold's Infinite Improbability Drive, but the Sub-Cyclic Normality Assert-i-Tron lay idle as the Heart of Gold just sat there and took it."
    • Submicronic Laser Ring
        • One of the weapons Captain Amazing asks Casanova Frankenstein to deactivate when he pays him a visit after he gets him released from the asylum.
    • Super Instant Mesmerizer
        • Using his Super Instant Mesmerizer, The Mad Hatter, recently paroled, attempts to capture every member of the jury which originally convicted him. (Episode Batman Stands Pat)
    • The Sword of Damocles
        • A super weapon, a series of satellites capable of rendering all electronic devices anywhere on the planet useless. The President intends to use the system to destroy America's enemies' ability to function and eventually dominate the world.
    • TAKOS
        • Tentacle Arm Kragle Outside Sprayer. But the "S" is silent. TAKOS is the machine President Business plans to use to spray Kragle all over everything on Taco Tuesday, and end the world.
    • Terror Gas
        • The Terror throws miniature skulls featuring different bio-weapons, including Terror Gas. (episode The Terror)
    • Tetanus Ball
        • Blake's homemade weapon - a tennis ball with rusty nails sticking out of it (Season 3 episode Ders Comes in Handy)
    • Truth Syrup
        • One of The Waffler's weapons (Dane Cook) at the superhero tryouts.
    • Ultra-Slice
        • One of Ultraman's weapons, a glowing circular saw blade of electric-blue energy.
    • Varaxian LM-7
        • Arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath's client the Regent of Palamar wants to buy a Mutagenic retrovirus. In an attempt to reduce the death toll, Quark attempts to sell him a fictional weapon instead called Varaxian LM-7, which he describes as a new biogenic weapon, still in the experimental stage. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Voraton KR-17
        • Michael Mallory's anti-Kromagg device that the sliders find on the Purgatory asteroid. (Season 5 episode Strangers and Comrades)
        • Vorpal blades have the ability to decapitate opponents on lucky strikes, originally from Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking-Glass.
    • Vought Sonic
        • Device the Boys use against the Supes. (Season 2 episode What I Know)
    • Warp Gas
        • Weapon Slithe uses to turn the Brute-men against the ThunderCats. (Season 1 episode 4 The Slaves of Castle Plus-darr)
    • The Water Jug Pendulums of Death
        • Trap the guys set up to catch the bad guys during their office camp out. (Season 1 episode Office Campout)
    • Whip that Forces People to Like You
        • Weapon Beth apparently asked Rick to create for her when she was a child - one of the many items that Rick pulls out of a box in the garage to prove to Beth just how disturbed of a child she was growing up. (Season 3 episode The ABC's of Beth)
    • Whips
        • Generic snack food product being carried by a bird person seen flying outside BoJack's bedroom window during the party he throws after finding out he was nominated for an Oscar for his performance in Secretariat (one of four products seen as part of a reference to the movie Weird Science, when Lisa describes the party at Wyatt's house to Gary's parents... "chips, dips, chains, whips." (Season 1 episode 10 It's You)
    • The Yellow Jacket
        • All-purpose peace-keeping vessel, the Yellowjacket can manage any conflict on the geopolitical landscape completely unseen. Efficient in both preventative measures and tactical assault. Practical applications include surveillance, industrial sabotage, and the elimination of obstructions on the road to peace. A single Yellowjacket offers the user unlimited influence to carry out protective actions. And, one day soon, an army of Yellowjackets will create a sustainable environment of well-being around the world.
    • Zoomerang
        • Weapon that kills the Lurkies, the sheep looking animals that guard Gray World in the Maze Runner/Hunger Games/Divergent mash-up movie The Group Hopper. (Skit The Group Hopper)

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