freezecooper said:

Drinking game: Take a drink every time Tish references Shakespeare and/or Theatre. You'll be dead in 2 episodes, tops. :p

Haha! It’ll take probably just one, if she’s in her theatre mode :)

Also, silk-ward suggested: Every time you remember the weekenders isn’t on anymore take a drink and then wallow in your sadness

purpherated suggested: 1: take a shot any time a character points out a running gag. 2: go sip for sip whenever someone’s drinking a chugafreeze 3: sip your drink for every pun relating to the new pizza place theme Rule 4: take a shot when anyone but Tino breaks the 4th

portrouge suggested: 1- every time someone drinks a chugafreeze- drink 2- the gang visits foods of the world/the pizza place- drink 3- someone eats chilli cheese fries/dog- drink 4- tinos mom reads his mind- shot 5- tinos mom serves something questionable- drink

Dough Boy’s Pizza, 451 3rd Ave, New York, NY 

I ventured into the city the other day to meet up with my gf for some lunch. We walked around a bit until we decided to grab lunch at this pizza parlor in Murray Hill. Upon walking in you could tell it was the pizzeria of the future. We checked out the slice selection. I ordered a buffalo chicken slice. Once slice was a whopping FIVE DOLLARS?!? I felt my heart stop for a second. I bit my tongue and handed over the cash. If it’s that much it must be fuckin delicious right?

Well…almost. The crust was by far the best part of this slice. Ultra-thin, super crunchy. It even had sesame seeds added to it (something I’ve never seen added to a slice). The chicken was also superb, opting for a crispy popcorn-styled chicken coated in a spicy (but not overwhelming) sauce. The blue cheese was distributed evenly and the cheese was nicely garnished with herbs. It was a bit on the greasy side. 

All in all it was a good slice. However, the sting of paying $5 for one buffalo chicken slice is a hard pill to swallow and definitely put a damper on my whole experience. 

~Sweet Lou

Frank’s Pizza - Warwick, NY

I already reviewed this Frank’s, but I was in the area with Paul and just HAD to take him here. It was possibly even better than my first stop. I grabbed a white in addition to another pepperoni and they were both dynamite. Plus the owner was there and he was the chilllllllest dude, giving us a discount because we were in a band playing a show that nite in town! Respect. If you’re ever in the area, do yourself a favor and stop here for a slice!!