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The Brain Blaster (1986)

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Doyle is good at the game of psyche hockey, and the entire school becomes fans when he wins game after game. However, this is also putting him under a great deal of pressure as Doyle is struggling academically and Coach Frogface is demanding he hit the books, as Galaxy High has had a lousy history at psyche hockey, but now Doyle is their big chance to win a long-awaited championship. A shady character called Punk McThruster offers the use of a Brain Blaster to enhance Doyle's knowledge. Doyle refuses, but after finding a Cosmic Literature test too difficult, he reconsiders. Of course, the first hit of brain waves is free, but after that it gets costly, and Doyle has more tests to pass if he wants to remain eligible to play sports. So he soon has to start stealing to support his new habit. But using the Brain Blaster costs Doyle more than financially, it also takes quite a toll on his mind, making him much dumber than usual in anything other than the subjects the device enhances for him. Soon he's really messed up, and desperate to keep using the device, and not just for classes, but to feed his addiction to it. When Punk's supplier gets busted, he tells Doyle his only option for finding more brain waves is to go to a dangerous place called South Andromeda. Luckily, his friends had found out from Ollie where he'd gone, and show up to rescue him. But when they find out he's gotten a hold of a jar of brain waves, they dispose of it. Which makes Doyle reluctant to play in the Psyche Hockey championship, believing he can't win without the Brain Blaster. However, an ironic turn of events demonstrates to Doyle that his friends were right...

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