We’ve made it to 100 (official) episodes! First of all, we want to thank each and every one of you for tuning in, giving us feedback, listening to the podcast and telling your friends – we hope for at least another 100 episodes of awesome drinking games and film breakdowns!
This week, we’ve got a special COMMENTARY EPISODE for you – 1962’s Dr. No! In our ongoing quest to cover all the James Bond films, we chose this special episode to give a blow-by-blow commentary for the superspy’s very first outing, starring Sean Connery, Ursula Andress’s seashells, Joseph Wiseman’s half-Asian makeup, and Jack Lord’s granny shades. We’ve still got our special cocktail and drinking rules, but this time we’ll be playing right along with you. The film’s on Netflix Streaming, so there’s no problem keeping up with us!
(If you’d like to donate to the show and support the podcast, this special episode is also available for download on Bandcamp for $2. Support from our listeners helps us pay for hosting, equipment, and the like, so if you’d like to buy the episode we’d be really appreciative! All donors will receive a nice, slick eBook version of our first 100 recipes complete with hi-res pictures, so you can make all of our drinks from the comfort of your home. It’s a special treat for those of you who wish to support the podcast!)
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THIS EPISODE’S DRINK: Honey Ryder
5 parts Smirnoff vodka (coconut or other flavored vodka optional)
1 part champagne
Muddle fruit vigorously in cocktail shaker until pureed; add honey and vodka, shake vigorously. Pour into martini glass and top with champagne.
DRINKING RULES FOR DR. NO:
- Whenever a vehicle pulls up to a location
- Every time a new music cue begins
- Whenever a character responds in the negative (In other words, drink for “No”)
FINISH YOUR DRINK WHEN:
Dr. No (Joseph Wiseman) says “East, West, just points of the compass, each as stupid as the other.” (NOTE: We might not do as good a job cueing you for this in the commentary, so be on the lookout!)
Join us next week as we kick into gear with the Thai action flick Tom Yum Goong, or The Protector, starring Asian action sensation Tony Jaa!
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