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Tuesday, January 18, 2022

You may have seen “A Young Doctor’s Notebook” during a late night scroll through the pages of Netflix and wondered if that’s Harry Potter and Don Draper, or if you’re just crazy. Well, good news: You’re sane — as far as I can tell. This is a really good, though often overlooked, bleak, British black comedy starring Jon Hamm and Daniel Radcliffe as older and younger versions of the same character, a doctor under a police investigation going through diary entries from his first days in medicine. With dark humor and incredible acting — did we mention Jon Hamm sports an English accent? — ”A Young Doctor’s Notebook” is also fun to drink to. The first season is up on Netflix, only four episodes, but it’s guaranteed to get you perfectly over served.

TAKE A SIP  when

Jon Hamm reprimands his younger self

Daniel Radcliffe brings up his exam scores

Bodily fluids of any kind are seen, heard or talked about

Daniel Radcliffe pretends to get a cigarette so he can look at textbooks

Every time somebody says “drops”

Leopold Leopoldovich is mentioned by name

FINISH YOUR DRINK when

Daniel Radcliffe gets bodily fluids on himself

A character takes morphine

Daniel Radcliffe has disappointing sex

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With Valentine’s Day coming up, the Avenue will present a Valentine’s edition of our usual drinking game. Check back next week to see what it is.

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