Sidekick Luis Marin (left) and Eurospy Craig Hill completely ignore a bottle of J&B.
“This film comes as a pleasant surprise. It strikes a perfect tone of lighthearted brutality and will please the aficionado and the casual viewer alike.” – The Eurospy Guide
Joel’s bar features the second-most popular scotch in the world.
J&B can be used to carry a toon.
By Steve Kelly and Jeff Parker. You are looking at a first: a mainstream newspaper comic strip with what sure looks like J&B in a Sunday panel. Amazing!
And I was just wondering if I would ever see J&B in a Russian sci-fi/horror flick from the 1980’s.
Verson Jetorix: “A mad doctor’s disembodied head is kept alive for evil purposes. This Russian sci-fi/horror hybrid has more on its mind, so to speak, than being just another by-the-numbers medical horror. Interesting if not enthralling.”
Elizabeth Pena appears confused about which whiskey to serve.
Verson Jetorix: “AKA The Pass. Soon-to-be-divorced William Forsythe takes a road trip to Reno and makes the mistake of picking up psycho killer James Le Gros and sleeping with junkie bar tender Elizabeth Pena. Liked this desert terror with Forsythe and Le Gros playing against type.”
Portrait of a soon-to-be-ex girlfriend and J&B.
J&B real subtle-like.
Yes, it’s blurry but you are looking at two table J&Bs.
Always keep your gun near your J&B; easier to find that way.
Contemplative Maurizio with J&B.
Stay away from the J&B!
Careful there, punk.