Synopsis: In a heroic attempt to convert factual information about the speed of a wireless network into a simple image that their shrunken, video game-and-Mountain Dew-addled monkey brains can understand, six excitable morons take over a military airstrip to see whether they can download random media content before a fake rocket reaches a free-standing target positioned a completely arbitrary distance away.
Head idiot at rocket command center with emergency skateboard close by
Two other doofuses at launch site pretend to do something important
By the time they figured out that “Johnny” was a spy, he’d already smuggled key missile technology back to North Korea
900 feet is significant for some reason
Sure, we’ve all had the urge to blow up Verizon products at one time or another, but who among us has ever followed through on it?
Kirk gets ready next to piles of discarded computer hardware en route to salvage beach in India
Dateless techno-losers with sexually-substituting mobile devices? Check.
Additional unemployed dorks destined to die of radon poisoning in parents’ basements? Check.
Rocket somehow hovering in mid-air prior to ignition? Check.
“Go hot” is nerdspeak for “Please add some hint of meaning to the yawning, directionless void that is my life.”
Disregarding Newtonian physics, rocket travels in perfectly straight line parallel to ground, unaffected by gravity
One-tenth of a second before the most inconsequential event ever produced by human beings
This and release of “Transformers 3” will be high points of their fleeting existence on Planet Earth
Team wisely placed observation stand in blast zone
Rocket bounces off self-exploding target
“This must be how Allan Einstein felt when he discovered electricity!”
Kirk eagerly awaits test results while holding WWII-era fire extinguisher
“Solitaire” was appropriate game choice for Carl
Jill is mentally incapable of reading “Gulliver’s Travels” or any other book unless it’s condensed into a Tweet
Robert proudly displays stock photo of people who have actual lives
“I’ll cherish this 819 KB picture of an anonymous German family forever.”
The only thing that could be more awesome than this is anything else
Apparently “Rule the Air” means “Download time-wasting crap a little faster than you could before.”