Ep. 120. Journey Under the Sea: Week Three Sharks and Holes

This week, both brothers die quickly and badly. But which brother dies least badly, thereby securing a winning read and taking one tiny step closer to earning themselves a get-out-of-sad-pizza-party-free card? Who cares! Underwater adventure awaits!

Also, the guys hand out some very special thanks to a fellow Taskmaster fan, Chris challenges Matt to discover which Octonaut he is, Matt uses a tentacle as a garnish (no joke, photo and recipe below – enjoy!), the brothers bury themselves in the ancient mystery that is the bluntnose sixgill, and the aforementioned tentacle gets sassy and slappy!

The Mad Atlantean

  • 2 parts Scotch (best if from bottle found in a sunken ship)
  • 1/2 part dry Vermouth
  • 1 dash Wormwood Bitters
  • 1 dash Sassafras Bitters
  • Lil bit of Lemon Juice
  • Squid Tentacle
    Pour all ingredients over ice and stir well. Serve on the rocks, with a squid tentacle garnish.

The Slightly-Less Mad Atlantean (Non-Alcoholic)

  • Big ol’ glass of Hawaiian Punch Berry Blue Typhoon
  • Splash in some Wormwood Extract
  • Garnish with tentacle
    Pour over ice and stir! Garnish with that lovely bit of squiddy.

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Original illustrations by Paul Granger.


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