Episode 116:Master Mustard Makarov and it’s a Pregnant Christmas!!!

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Episode 116

On this episode of FTP Guess Who with Carla becomes Where is Carla, Hanky the Bark Bark smells like strawberries, and the guest joins the fan fiction dubbing, while everyone wears Christmas hats and derails the show without actually trying. Watch the youtube video below to see what else the crew gets into.

Check out a fellow podcast group that had Natsu on for an interview.

The Shrinetime Entertainment Podcast


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Guess Who With Carla

This week, Guess Who With Carla was hosted by the guest on the show, Katelyn. Katelyn won the guess the song challenge for the week. Also Carla was in California for her birthday.

300px-SueCooking With Elfman

Shakespearean Shooter Sandwich



1 crusty round loaf of bread
2 lbs/910 g steak, preferably not too lean
1 lb/500 g mushrooms
½ lb/230 g leeks or onions
8 tbsp/75 g butter
2 tbsp/30 ml Worcestershire sauce
4 garlic cloves
3.5 oz/100 ml brandy or whiskey
nori (optional)


Start by slicing off the top quarter of your hearty round loaf. Scoop out about ⅔ of the interior. You can pull the interior apart and let the scraps dry in order to make homemade croutons. Thinly slice your mushrooms, garlic, and leeks or onions. Melt your butter in a skillet and toss in your vegetables. You want to sauté them over a medium high heat until they’re reduced down to about half their previous bulk. Add the Worcestershire sauce and brandy or whiskey then give it a good stir. Let it continue to cook down while you prepare the steaks.

While your vegetables enjoy their drink, take a shot for yourself before rubbing your steaks down with a generous amount of salt and pepper. This part isn’t entirely period, since pepper would be a bit pricy in Shakespeare’s day, but in our modern, decadent era you can afford to live a little. Speaking of living a little, treat yourself to some nice, fatty ribeyes. If you use a really lean meat you’ll end up with an unpleasantly dry, tough sandwich. You want something with some real substance in this manly sandwich.

Rub a tiny amount of butter into the bottom of a hot skillet and sear your steaks for a couple of minutes on each side. You want to keep them nice and juicy for the sandwich, so don’t go overboard. Aim for medium rare to medium. While the steaks are still dripping and hot, tuck them into the hollowed out loaf of bread. You want to create a solid layer of meat across the bottom. If you’re feeling fancy, you can now smear the steaks with some horseradish or mustard for extra flavor. When you’re done, top the meat off with all your vegetables. Try to really cram them down inside. If you’d like, you can top the whole thing off with a thick layer of cheese.

Now put the lid back on your bread. It looks as innocent as a pretty young witch. You’d never imagine what’s really inside. If you want to give it some extra flair, use an exacto knife to cut out a giant DW or Seal of Rassilon from the nori and put it over the middle of the bread lid.

Wrap the sandwich in waxed paper and tie it loosely with butcher’s string. This is to keep everything in place so you don’t end up with a sandwich that’s all mushroom in one bite and all meat in the next. You need to keep it all in place because next, you’re going to crush it as thoroughly as the tenth Doctor crushes Martha’s heart. Flatten the wrapped sandwich under something heavy – the complete Yale Shakespeare is a good start. If you have bricks or cinderblocks lying about, you can pile them on top of a board. Put some real weight onto it. You’re about to crush the sandwich down into a hearty mock pie.

Let the sandwich sit under the weights, unrefrigerated, for at least 6 hours, preferably overnight. The end result should be a fantastically dense, room temperature sandwich When you’re ready to serve it, cut the sandwich into pie-like slices. A little goes a very long way. To add to the period feel, hire a cross dresser to serve it with apples and nuts.

The 11th Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver


1 shot vodka
1 shot blue curacao
1 splash Rose Blue Raspberry Mix
Fill glass with orange juice (to color)

Directions: Add first three ingredients into a highball glass with ice.  Fill the rest of the glass with orange juice.  Say “Geronimo” and drink up!

(Drink created by Mitch Hutts of The Drunken Moogle.)

* Remember to visit the Drunken Moogle to see more drinks from the creator of this one, and more details on this drink.

Reedus’ Gallery


This weeks fanart is titled Happy Christmas by Arya-Aiedail. This fanart got a rating of ( in bra sizes) 1 = D, 4 = DD. Elfman liked the overall cuteness of Happy in a big hat. Juvia loved the detail of the fur on happy and the Hat. Katelyn liked the contrast between Happy and the background. Lucy thought the art style was legit looking and it was adorable and cute. Jellal like the art style but thought that maybe the background should have been under a tree.

Remember if you want to see more of this fanart you can click on the image itself, or the the title of the image. If you would like to see more of this artist’s work on Deviantart click the name of the artist. While your there remember to leave a like, comment, or share telling the artist what you think of this weeks fanart.

Fanfishin’ with Happy

This week the crew read A Dragon Born by HoneyFlower15. If you wish to hear the crew dub this fan fiction, make sure to watch the episode. If you would like to read along you can click the fan fiction title as well, and to see more from the writer you can click their name.

Manga Chapter 363: Stories that Demons Read


The fanart for this chapter is titled :FT: 363 Sayla by  shadsonic2. If you wish to follow along with the crew as the read you can click on the image to be taken to Crunchyroll’s Simulpub. If you want to see more of this image, click on the image title. To see more work from this artist click on the name of the artist to be taken to their Deviantart. While you’re there remember to leave a like, comment, or share telling the artist what you think about their fanart for this chapter. Also don’t forget to check out the Manga Reviews page to see what Carla had to say about this chapter.

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