Samsung Creates Self-Hypnosis Website So You Can Forget Your Favorite TV Shows, Watch Them All Over Again

March 21, 2018


Unspoilme is a website created by Samsung that will guide you through a 23 minute self-hypnosis program so you can forget all about your favorite television shows and enjoy them all over again. Does it actually work? I have no clue, I was too afraid to click that disclaimer button. Besides, I already don't remember any of my favorite shows. I'm not even sure if I HAVE any favorite shows. "Are you okay?" Who's the man in my kitchen and why is the coffee table broken?

Thanks to Alex, who agrees the best way to forget something is to never experience it in the first place. *tapping head* Food for thought. "You're an idiot." Come on, that was at least a snack-size bag of chips. Also, somebody please do this and take it seriously and tell me if it works.

  • bakuryu

    Don't think it'll work.
    At least we have this to counteract spoilers:

    Also, I miss old GW articles: so much mental trips in every single one.

  • Ghost Pirates

    I've had Venture Bros on my brain for the past 14 years. I am not giving that up ever.

  • shashi

    wanna forget a show i enjoyed but i cant remember the name coz i got high

  • Harl Windwolf

    because ya got high, because ya got high..

  • Douchy McDouche

    Well I just tried it and while I'm not sure that I've forgotten the entirety of Breaking Bad, I do feel the sudden urge to watch it again on the latest 60" Samsung QLED TV and tweet about it from a Samsung Galaxy S9+ .

  • Mike Gover

    I, for one, welcome our new South Korean, technological overlords.
    Praise be to Samsung!

  • Michael Schmidt

    The guys voice was fucking unbearable... and I still remember everything about Stranger Things.

  • tim

    I told them I wanted to forget Geekologie. I can't remember why.

  • Chris

    I mean; if this actually works (which I highly doubt) it would be a fantastic technological marvel that could be used to help people overcome fear, addiction, trauma and achieve their dreams, but yeah let's just use it to forget TV shows we like.

  • Harl Windwolf

    Also, it would be used for more devious & malicious purposes too.. which is actually a thing (the brainwashing part), though it involves significantly more radical, invasive methods than just watching a web page of course.

  • TheQiwiMan

    I love you, GW, but I can't take this bullet for you.

    If this works it would be legitimately TERRIFYING.

  • Jerrod Hoaas

    is there a version in English? I cant find one.

    EDIT: i found it:

  • Jason Christopher

    This would be amazing if it was a real thing. I'd love to watch so many shows from the beginning, as if it were the first time. I'd probably erase the entire SG-1 series first, then dive in.

  • GeneralDisorder

    Considering how unreliable and impressionable human memory is, there's no reason why it couldn't work. Whether it's 100% reliable, I can't say.

  • Geekologie

    try it and report back

  • Megatron Jenkins
  • Meh

    If this works then there might be hope for humanity after all. But like GW i'm kinda scared of becoming a chicken for the rest of my life (although i probably would be waaay happier).

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