Desiree Cousteau has an orgasm so massive, it makes the punch cards fly out of the 1970s-style computer she's hooked up to, in this bizarre sequence from 1980's Randy The Electric Lady. Randy visits a sex institute because she's never had an orgasm — so, of course, they gas her and hypnotize her with weird goggles, and then study her responses via computer. Cue trippy 2001: A Space Odyssey visuals. (Supposedly this film was written by weird-hipster author Terry Southern.) The clip is very, very NSFW. Below the fold, another very NSFW clip showing the shocking discovery the researchers make about Randy.


Yes, it turns out that Randy secretes a weird chemical, called Orgasmine, when she climaxes. And this is the neurotransmitter that causes orgasm. I didn't include this full scene because it goes on and on, but there's a part where the scientists' boss at the institute, Dr. Pandreck, spies on them having sex. And she somehow deduces the truth about Orgasmine, and realizes (in a fake Russian accent) that whoever controls the supply of Orgasmine will control — the worrrrld! Because once you can make people horny or orgasmic just by dosing them with a small amount of Desiree's neurotransmitters, you can make people do anything. It's probably a metaphor for communism or something.