Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Was That a GlenKnolls Bottle in an Episode of "Scandal"?

Here is your first ever scotch sighting from the hit ABC series "Scandal" starring Kerry Washington. Unfortunately, the scotch is yet another fake. This particular sighting marks the fourth appearance of mystery malt known as GlenKnolls.  It has appeared in an episode of "The People V. O.J. Simpson" as well as two episodes of "Modern Family". In each scene the label on the actual bottle itself is barely visible but after enlarging a few screenshots it no longer completely indecipherable.

A Fake Glenlivet for a Modern Family

Another GlenKnolls Sighting in "Modern Family"

GlenKnolls appears in an Episode of "The People V. O.J. Simpson"

The clip above is from season 6 episode 13 entitled "The Box". Keep sending in these amazing sightings and we'll keep posting them. Hopefully the next few post will feature real brands and maybe these phoney baloneys will someday be phased out once and for all.

Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Some People Actually Want a Jim Beam Boycott Because of Mila Kunis

Jim Beam is one of the most popular bourbons in the country and one of the best selling in the world. So when the distillery makes the news, it’s usually because of its whiskey. However, spokeswoman Mila Kunis got herself (and Jim Beam) into the political fray after she revealed she’d been sending donations to Planned Parenthood in Vice President Mike Pence’s name.
While appearing as a guest on “Conan,” Kunis explained to host Conan O’Brien the practical joke was a way for her to express her disagreement with the vice president’s stance toward Planned Parenthood, contraception, and abortion. While Jim Beam hasn’t officially expressed any position on Planned Parenthood, Kunis’ advocacy for the reproductive healthcare provider led to what might be called a modicum of outrage on Twitter.

The aggrieved have started a #BoycottBeam campaign on Twitter, but an effective boycott seems dubious and pointless. Nevertheless, the tweets are pretty entertaining. NoMoreLiberals tweeted “After drinking Jim Beam for 30 years Im done. Your spokeswoman Kunis donates to Planned Parenthood in Prnce’s (sic) name. #BoycottBeam,” and Pickles n Cheese declared in a tweet “I will not drink another drop of Jim Beam! #BoycottBeam.”
As you can tell by the Twitter handles and the comments themselves, the #BoycottBeam initiative is unlikely to garner widespread support. Expect the bourbon to keep flowing from the distillery. Check out some of Kunis' Jim Beam Commercials in the video below.

Tuesday, 7 November 2017

Designing the "Blade Runner 2049" Johnnie Walker Bottle

With Blade Runner 2049, director Denis Villeneuve stayed true to the original film—right down to the whisky. In this video, he shares the creative process behind the bottle design for Johnnie Walker Black Label - The Director's Cut.

The First and Only "Monk" Scotch Sighting

The last time I had to dig this far down in the video barrel I used a Canadarm. It's been a while since you've been blessed with an honest to goodness scotch sighting so here's a mediocre clip of a fake brand from a decade old episode of a cancelled series. No need to thank me.  

This scene is from season 7 episode 2 entitled "Monk and the Genius. There is a very brief shot of the increasingly popular Stafford Twin Wood during a flashback. Check out the screenshot below incase it flies by too quickly to catch.

Here's a few other Stafford appearances from "How I Met Your Mother", "Ray Donovan", and "Californication".