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After Thrillist caught wind of the Brewers Bloody Mary (#9, above), they challenged its creator, bartender Sarah Jayne Pickart, to outdo herself. Garnishes are too plentiful to list here, but highlights include a triple decker fish sandwich—walleye, perch, and bluegill, which PIckart caught herself—a venison stick, and a bacon-wrapped jalpeño popper.
We only saw her a handful of times, but she killed it every time she stepped on the screen.
Elroy the mechanic had this song stuck in his head for 15 years, and it's been in our heads ever since.
He spoke slow and moved even more slowly, preferring to come and go through the window rather than the first floor.
Bruhman didn't appear on the show beyond the third season (with the exception of a couple of episodes), but he made a lasting impression with that slow bop he walked with.
He isn't ranked higher because he was always mouthing off and never in school and that kind of poor parenting should not be too highly celebrated.
One of the most underrated characters in the Martin universe, Sheneneh's friend's ability to be impossibly loud was truly amazing.
David Allan Grier shone with a couple of appearances as Pam's sleazy, sanctified cousin.
With a couple more appearances under his belt, he very well could have made No.
What he lacked in actual fighting skill, he made up for with a lack of teeth. With Coke-bottle glasses, a potbelly, and a grade-A yuckmouth, you wouldn't think Mr.