Ep 99 - Tag and Bink Were Here
This Week: As part of our March Madness, this weeks fan chosen book is Tag and Bink Were Here: Officers Tag Greenley and Bink Otauna were minding their own business aboard a familiar, princess-harboring freighter when they suddenly found themselves under siege. Now under attack by the Empire, they will choose life over a noble death and "borrow" the armor off a pair of deceased stormtroopers. Their new disguises might get them off the freighter alive, but they'll also lead Tag and Bink on an adventure neither could have predicted! Chock-full of appearances by everyone's favorite Star Wars characters, Tag & Bink cleverly weaves the pair's misadventures into the movies themselves. No setting is safe as they traverse the galaxy from the Death Star to the Sarlacc pit to Cloud City to Endor!
Drinking Game Rules:
The TMZ Rule - Every time you recognize a character from a non star wars movie or tv show, take a drink.
Don't you know who I am? - Anytime Tag or Bink introduces themselves, take a drink.
Nudge Nudge Wink Wink Know What I Mean - Every time they make sure you know tag and Bink were in the movies somehow, take a drink.
Some people have all the luck in the galaxy - Whenever they have amazing luck, take a drink.
- 1 oz Jägermeister
- 1 oz Gentleman Jack Tennessee whiskey
- 1 oz Grey Goose vodka
- 1 oz Triple sec
- 2 oz Sour mix
- 2 oz Coke a Cola
Pour all ingredients into a collins glass and stir.
- 2.5 oz rum
- 0.5 oz Lime Juice
- 0.5 oz lemon juice
- 0.5 of ginger syrup
- 0.5 oz falernum
- 1 dash of bitters
- 1 dash of Pastis
Shake without ice, add to Collins glass with ice, stir and add more crushed ice to fill. Garnish with a mint sprig and lime wheel.
The Sarlacc Pit
- 2 oz El Dorado five-year-old gold rum
- 2 oz han’s mix
- 0.5 Ginger Syrup
- 0.75 oz Fresh lime juice
- 2 dashes angostura bitters
- 3 dashes Bitterness Elemakule Tiki Bitter
- Garnish with mint sprig and twisty straws.
HOW TO MAKE THE SARLACC PIT COCKTAIL
- Add all the ingredients into a Highball glass or Tiki mug with crushed ice and swizzle.
- Top with more crushed ice.
- Garnish with a mint sprig and 2 twisty straws.
*Han’s mix: Combine 1 cup sugar, 1 cup water, 3 cinnamon sticks, a few fresh grates of nutmeg and 3 and star anise in a small pot over medium heat. Simmer for 10 to 15 minutes. Allow to cool. Add 2 cups fresh orange juice, strain and store in a sealed glass container up to 1 week.
**Ginger syrup: Peel and juice 1 part ginger, and allow the juice to sit, preferably overnight. Gently pour the ginger juice into a new container, while leaving the sediment behind, and strain the remaining juice through a fine-mesh sieve. Measure the remaining juice and add an equal amount of granulated sugar by volume. Heat the mixture over medium heat, stirring until all the sugar is dissolved.
Blue Milk of Tattooene
- 2 oz gin
- 1 oz coconut creme
- 1/2 oz Blue caracou
- 1/2 oz Vanilla Syrup
- 1/2 oz orgeat
- 3/4 oz of pineapple juice
- 3/4 oz lime juice
Shake the shit out of it, and pour into a milk bottle or collins glass
Next Week: Another fan chose book for March Madness, Superman Secret Identity: In this critically acclaimed work from writer Kurt Busiek (ASTRO CITY) and artist Stuart Immonen (Ultimate X-Men), an alternate “Clark Kent” encounters complications the real Superman never had to handle: a career, a wife, children—a real life.
Despite his iconic name, Clark Kent from Picketsville, Kansas, is just a normal kid whose parents thought they were being clever. He can’t fly, or see through walls, or shrug off speeding bullets—that is, until the day he can. And it’s all much harder than it looks in the comics.
Follow Clark across the decades as this man with powers tries to prove he can make the world a safer place without sacrificing everything.