verb. To reverse the effects of brainsuckage, which can be most unenlightening, though restful.
Real citation: "The battle plays out essentially the same way, except we actually have Doc indicate why he's going to kill Dawn. Something about Glory's soul/essense or something, I don't care. That plothole pissed me off. Glory deheads the Buffybot, Willow debrainsucks Tara, Buffy smashes Glory and they play Donkey Kong, as per the original."
(Marguryte, "Making Our Own Fun: Rewriting 'Buffy,'" June 28, 2005, Television Without Pity, http://forums.televisionwithoutpity.com/index.php?s=&showtopic=2806070&view=findpost&p=3167912)
Made-up citation: "After coffee debrainsucked me over breakfast, my corpus callosum felt frisky and fresh again."