Oh Archer, how wonderfully hilarious you are. I don’t think a show has made me laugh inappropriately this much since Drawn Together. It’s amazing what writers can get away with in cartoons that they can’t in live action.
Sterling Archer is the anti-bond, the ‘most dangerous man in the world,’ a title he seems to earn just by being amazingly egotistical and incredibly lucky. Archer is surrounded by his workmates at second-rate intelligence agency ISIS, who together manage to just survive their missions every episode. Not for sensitive blossoms, Archer is full of every bad ‘ism you can think of, with lots of ‘oh no they d’int!’ moments. One memorable Archer Dialogue between Sterling Archer and HR lady Pam goes like this:
Archer: Why do we have so many damn dolls in here? Pam: For sexual harassment complaints so people can non-verbally indicate where stuff happened on their bodies. Archer: That takes like one doll. Pam: Not if there’s ever a gang rape. (fingers crossed)
Miss Bonbon's 'Oh F*** I Left The Freezer Door Open' Honey Soy Chicken Kebabs
True story. Apparently I’m still getting used to the new fridge ‘cause I managed to leave the freezer door open for a whole night and day. I came home from work and unexpectedly had to use up my pre-defrosted chicken thighs. ‘Pfft easy’, you say? Well, try this once you’ve just moved house and only have half your normal Kitchen Particulars. Several different plans failed when I found I lacked key components, but I had soy sauce and I had honey, so I decided to DIY. End result - easy and surprisingly delicious.
- Soy sauce, and lots.. 3/4 Cup maybs?
- Honey.. 3 or 4 tablespoons? Sweeten to taste basically
- About 1/4 tsp chopped ginger
- One clove of chopped garlic (mine was a scraggly little clove i found at the bottom of my fruit basket so less is more with this I think)
- dash white vinegar - first preference lemon juice, but I had none.
- and of course 400gsish of chicken thighs, chopped into cubish shapes.
Mix sauce ingredients in a bowl, fiddle with taste.
Chuck in chicken and leave for about half an hour. Moosh them round every now and then to even out the honey soy goodness.
Slide onto pre-soaked skewers and grill/fry/barbeque.