Sacagawea

Ingredients

  • 1 oz. gin
  •  3/4 oz. Punt e Mes
  •  3/4 oz. Aperol
  •  3/4 oz. Campari
  •  1/4 oz. ROOT liqueur
  •  Splash of orange juice

Directions

Mix all of the ingredients in a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake that thing. Strain into a martini glass or in a rocks glass filled with ice.

GJ starts things off by expressing a desire to use the show’s main topic, urban legends, to inform as well as entertain. Following that, he asks Nick if he’s ever “friendship flirted” with a guy.

Whatcha Drinkin’?! this time is the Sacagawea, a gin based cocktail flavored with a sarsaparilla liqueur called ‘Root’. Nick says that the flavor reminds him of those chalky candy hearts that you get on Valentine’s Day, and he means that as a compliment.

Nick actually likes these things.

Moving into the main topic, GJ contradicts his previously expressed ‘desire to inform’ by stating that his selections are ‘nasty’, ‘fucked up’, and ‘not informative in any way`. The guys begin the discussion by quickly covering some well known celebrity legends. Spoiler alert: Richard Gere never put a gerbil in his ass, George Michael never had semen pumped out of his stomach, and Jamie Lee Curtis….well, the jury’s still out on that one. Continuing on, Nick and GJ share some of their “favorite” urban legends and we also hear these bits as well:

It's either a woman or an amazing tuck job.

  • Did internet spammers kill the telemarketer?
  • Celebrities who fake their own death
  • The danger of cultivating a “psycho” image

PLUS

  • Racist drugstores
  • Donkey Kong

AND

  • Thank God more terminally ill people aren’t going on killing sprees!

 

GJ REALLY doesn’t want to do Whatcha Watchin’?! this time. Nick gives lightning fast reviews of ‘Cyrus’, ’127 Hours’, and the original ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ while GJ treats us to his AMAZING Eddie Vedder impersonation.

The cover song this time is an incredible full-band version of ‘Barracuda’ by Heart. Don’t miss it!

Bravo ladies, that's one fucked up song you wrote.