[S2E3] The Hangover
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Marcos wakes up with a hangover from the night before. Meanwhile, in the kitchen, John and Clarice discuss the mutant separatist Erg, who lives in the sewers and can supposedly help them find Andy and Lorna. While Caitlin looks over the information they got from Evangeline Whedon, John and Clarice will head down town. Marcos wishes to join them, but John tells him to sit this one out, especially after the \"light show\" he put on for Lorna the night before, which is all over the news. Clarice jokingly remarks that the next time he drunk dials his ex, to leave the eastern seaboard out of it. As they head out, Clarice questions what's been going on with John ever since they got back from Philadelphia with Evangeline. She then notices the bruises on his hands, which John claims is a result of late night training. John explains that if he hits something hard enough, his skin breaks, however, Clarice is still concerned for his well-being. Nevertheless, John insists that nothing is wrong.
A prairie oyster (sometimes also prairie cocktail) is a traditional beverage consisting of a raw egg (often yolk alone), Worcestershire sauce, vinegar and/or hot sauce, table salt, and ground black pepper. Tomato juice is sometimes added, reminiscent of a Bloody Mary. The egg is broken into a glass so as not to break the yolk. The mixture is quickly swallowed. The unbroken yolk causes the drink to bear a texture similar to that of an oyster. The concoction has been referred to as a traditional cure for hangovers, and has appeared in media for decades.
Though considered a traditional hangover remedy, the prairie oyster has not been scientifically proven to treat hangover symptoms. Headache experts say that a prairie oyster will not work as a remedy for a hangover.
It has been suggested that the raw egg in a prairie oyster may alleviate the symptoms of a hangover since eggs contain cysteine, an amino acid which helps the body break down acetaldehyde, a by-product of processing alcohol. However, there is no reliable evidence showing that consuming foods with this amino acid relieves hangover symptoms. Furthermore, research shows that amino acids in raw eggs are less digestible than amino acids in cooked eggs.
In our second episode, Daphne suffers from a massive cross hangover, Maria recaps her races at the US Open of Cyclocross in Boulder, Kelsey and Annicka contemplate what it would be like to race a REAL grass crit (Sunrise Park doesn't count), and Stains the dog becomes our very first Friend of the Pod.
Bonnie moves into the apartment across the hall from Ben's place; Ben and Tucker do all they can to get her to move out. Riley helps Danny break up with his supermodel girlfriend, Milena. When all is not working, Ben decides to have a party in Bonnie's new apartment which ended badly with Bonnie getting evicted and Tucker, Riley and Danny having a serious hangover. Then Milena showed up but Danny still can't say the right words to break up with her. So, to ease his mind Riley kisses him and he breaks up with Milena. When they talked about the kiss bomb, Danny muttered to himself that he regret it didn't last long. Meanwhile, to make up for the things he did, Ben bought an apartment for Bonnie - just across the street so Bonnie can spy on the boys.
Elena and Javier are enjoying a romantic moment, but their moment is disrupted by a text for both of them. They find Ruby and Helene passed out on the beach, with Elena helping Ruby home and Javier nursing Helene through her hangover.
Imagine if The Hangover movies had a hangover That's the vibe from this slightly-less-dark (but also less funny) French tale of pre-marital debaucher, Budapest (streaming on Netflix). Based, though I'm sure loosely, on a true story, Budapest is a rags-to-riches tale -- but it isn't really about money. It's more about believing in yourself. Especially if \"yourself\" means having women fling themselves at your feet. France! 59ce067264