The Netflix series Medical Police , a new release for 2020, is a spin-off of Adult Swim's Children's Hospital. The show premiered on January 10th and already has an 86% rating on Rotten Tomato. That's only from 7 reviewers though, so... The entire season looks like it will be worth the watch but their fifth episode, "Deuce to Nines, Double Draw" especially piqued our interest because it featured a silent disco.
To recap a bit, the protagonists, Lola Spratt (played by Erinn Hayes) and Owen Maestro (played by Rob Huebel) got word of a new viral threat. Their quest to prevent an outbreak from occurring led them to Latvia. There, they were after a suspect known only as Nikolai. After receiving a viable tip, from his mommy, that Nikolai would be at a local haunt, Club Klüb, the pair made their way to the hötspöt. To their surprise, they had stumbled into a super gaseous silent disco. Ya' know, we would hate to give any spoilers, so you'll have to watch the episode for yourself to find out what happens next. Just use your ex's login one last time, if need be.
If you've seen the episode but haven't been to an actual silent disco, we hope you know that party wasn't the industry standard. The scene (and show, as a whole) is meant to be satirical but the "party" displayed in the episode makes us look bad. For starters, the attendees all seemed be to listening to the same DJ. Unless they only rented one transmitter for the night, there should be three DJ's or music genres for party-goers to choose from. And unless the attendees didn't know any of the songs playing, there are usually millions hundreds of people singing [off-key]. It's evident that event wasn't hosted by Quiet Events; they really should've contacted us as we do ship internationally.
Besides people wearing headphones, the only other thing that was true is that you can fart and no one will hear it. Unless, you didn’t notice that one person with their headphones off. Flatulence has never been an issue at our events but let's just hope we didn't jinx it.