Caution: This drinking game includes spoilers for the first half of Season 5, rampant speculation about the second half, and I'll probably try to get philosophical at some point. You've been warned.
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Will Peggy and Ted consumate their forbidden love? What's Bob Benson REALLY up to? And isn't it illegal for Sally Draper to be smoking at that age? We'll find out (sort of) in the latest edition of Let's Get Drunk Watching.
Netflix will be releasing 15 brand spankin' new episodes all at once for streaming this weekend—you didn't have any plans for Sunday and Monday, did you? To help make watching more
fun drunk, here's our Arrested Development drinking game.
Grab a horn of ale and call your bannermen! During the Season Three premiere, you'll want to play the Drinking Game of Thrones. Take 1 sip for every time there's a "squelch" sound of a sword cutting through somebody. You'll know it when you hear it.
Roses are red, violets are blue. You'll need all the liquor you have just to make it through.
The Taste bills itself as "unlike any other cooking competition," which is their way of saying that it is exactly like every other cooking competition/reality competition you've ever watched. Tuesday's upcoming episode of The Taste is titled "The Art of the Sandwich," so it's safe to assume they'll be attempting to create hoagies out of art supplies. We'll be watching, and playing The Taste Drinking Game.
The Super Bowl Drinking Game is the Super Bowl of drinking games. This is the one time of year where you can be fairly certain the majority of the planet is doing two things simultaneously: watching television and drinking. Disappointed Patriots fan, Vinny Mannering, breaks down the Big Game.
Someone once said that there are only two American art forms: jazz and professional wrestling. That someone was probably Vince McMahon, in an uncharacteristic act of shameless self-promotion. When Vince isn't bank-rolling failed senatorial campaigns or creating fake football leagues, he's mega-strutting on the most successful wrestling show on TV: WWE Monday Night RAW. Here's a drinking game to make watching it much more fun.