Aversion therapy seems like a good way to get yourself into an endless loop. If A doesn’t work, try B. If B doesn’t work, try C. Eventually it seems you’d get back to A somehow. I think this is how people end up crazy–trying to plan out aversion therapy.
MITTENS: It's the bait for my psychology experiment. I leave them sitting out on campus.
MITTENS: When a student picks one up, it triggers this iPod to blare Rebecca Black. It's your basic aversion therapy.
HOBO: But what if they're into 13-year-old pop singers?
CHRIS: Hi, I'm Chris Hansen from "To Catch A Predator"...