Due South

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Due South Drinking Game

Sorted by character, number of drinks, and alphabetically.

Note: use any beverage or snack of choice, but most of all, have fun!


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Every time Fraser:
Calls a street person by name (1)
Carries on a conversation with Dief (1)
Chooses to exit through a window (1)
Endangers Ray's life (1)
Gets "deer caught in headlights" look when dealing with a woman (1)
Gets hit on (1)
Gives Dief an order and Dief ignores him (1)
"Guards" the consulate (1)
Guilt trips Ray (1)
Is at the precinct for no immediately obvious reason (1)
Kicks in a door (1)
Lets someone go ahead of him through a door (1)
Makes a promise he can't possibly keep (1)
Mentions a small town he has lived in (1)
Mentions his grandmother (1)
Quotes his father (1)
Races across rooftops rather than take the sidewalk (1)
Reads from his father's journals (1)
Refers to his gun, or lack thereof (1)
Reprimands himself (in writing) (1)
Solves a case by sight (1)
Speaks a language other than English (1)
Tells an Inuit story (1)
Wears the brown uniform (1)
Carries on a conversation with someone who is dead (2)
Chases a moving vehicle on foot (2)
Criticizes Ray's driving (2)
Gets hit on by Elaine (2)
Gives Dief an order and Dief obeys (2)
Holds a door for someone (2)
Hurdles fences rather than use the sidewalk (2)
Is forced to exit through a window (2)
Quotes his father and only remembers one of two pieces of advice (2)
Reads from his father's journals and it actually relates to the case (2)
Solves a case by smell (2)
Suffers a serious injury (2)
Wears his dress uniform for no immediately apparent reason (2)
Wears red "jammies" (2)
Wears white undershirt/suspenders (2)
Actually uses a door (3)
Gets hit on and responds (3)
Gets tipped (3)
Gives Dief an order while Dief is looking away and Dief obeys (3)
Laughs (3)
Leaps onto a moving vehicle (3)
Makes "puffin" face (3)
Reads from his father's journals and is greeted by his father (3/egg nog if available)
Sings (3)
Solves a case by sound (3)
Swears (3)
Tricks Ray (3)
Wears his dress uniform and there is an apparent reason (3)
Gets hit on and has a coherent response (4)
Gets Ray to hold a door for someone (4)
Solves a case by taste (4)
Tells a joke (4)
Uses his hat as a weapon (4)
Accepts a proposition from a member of Ray's family (chug)
Answers Ray while "guarding" consulate (chug/check for church bells)
Gets laid (chug)
Loses his temper (chug)
Tricks Ray and Elaine is impressed (chug)
Wears jeans and a sweater (chug)
Wears only a bath towel and his hat (chug)

Every time Fraser says:
Caribou (1)
Due South (1)
Leftenant (1)
Oh, my. (1)
Thank you kindly (1)
That's just silly, Ray (1)
He (Dief) never listens (2)
Oh, dear. (2)
Thank you kindly, Elaine (2)

Every time Ray:
Drives badly (1)
Empties a clip (1)
Gets a call on his cell phone and it's a member of his immediate family (1)
Gets hit on (1)
Gets the "bunny in the path of a semi" look (1)
Gets upset at Elaine for hitting on Fraser (1)
Is completely grossed out by Fraser's methods of detecting (chorus of "Ewwww!") (1)
Plays with toys at his desk (1)
Shoots a lock (1)
Attempts to converse with Fraser while he is "guarding" the consulate (2)
Empties a clip then pulls out another gun and keeps shooting (2)
Gets a call on his cell phone and it's for Fraser (2)
Gets hit on (not involving being hit by a moving motor vehicle) (2)
Hits someone for playing with toys at his desk (2)
Smiles (2)
Makes a disparaging remark about ice-related sports (2)
Attempts to hurdle a fence (3)
Calls a street person by name (3)
Carries on a conversation with someone who is dead (3)
Drives badly on purpose to annoy Fraser (3)
Gets a call on his cell phone and it's Fraser (3)
Gets kissed (applaud if she's holding a gun) (3)
Produces a hand grenade (3)
Wears Fraser's dress uniform (4)
Gets a call on his cell phone and it's Miss Broccoli (chug)

Every time Ray says:
Benny (1)
Do you have any idea how much it costs to replace _____ on a Riviera? (1)
That's just silly, Ray (we're waiting for it) (2)
Thank you kindly, Elaine (3)

Every time Fraser and Ray:
Get involved in a case due to food (1)
Sleep in the Riv (1)

Every time Dief:
Chases a car (1)
Steals food (1)
Gets a ride home from an attractive blonde woman (2)
Tricks anyone (2)

Every time Lieutenant Welsh:
Refers to Fraser as "The Mountie" (1)

Every time someone:
Actually calls Gardino "Lewis" (1)
Asks Fraser what a Mountie is doing in Chicago (1)
Has a name similar to a famous person (1)
Has the nerve to comment that a real Mountie wouldn't be wearing his dress uniform while not on official duty (1/throw things at offender)
Mentions or uses a boomerang (1)
(Other than Dief) is named after a Canadian Prime Minister (1)
(Other than Ray) plays with toys at Ray's desk (1)
Pronounces "Fraser" correctly (1)
Refers to the colour of Canadian money (1)
Asks Fraser why he is at the precinct (2)
Launches into a revealing monologue (2)
Mentions the current exchange rate (2)
Shoots at the Riv (2)
Falls off a horse (3)
Tells a joke referring to characters or material from The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show (3)

Every time:
An article of Ray's clothing is ruined during the course of an investigation (1)
A crack is made about Canadians aspiring to be doormen (1/Canadians make faces at screen)
A current case involves a person in Fraser's neighborhood (1)
During a car chase you hear Sarah McLachlan in the background (1)
A guest star has starred in something else with Paul Gross (1)
A guest star was a regular on another Alliance series (1)
It's -20 degrees out and no one's breath fogs (1)
A member of Ray's family appears in person (1)
One or both of our heroes searches or winds up in garbage (1)
Something bad happens to Fraser while he's not wearing the "Stetson of Invulnerability" (1)
Something clearly Canadian shows in a shot (1)
They show the Riv going north down Michigan Ave. past Water Tower for no apparent reason (1)
You hear any music you recognize in the background (1)
You notice rails set into the street during a car chase (1)
An article of Fraser's clothing is destroyed during the course of an investigation (2)
A guest star was a regular on Counterstrike (2)
A kid tricks Ray (2)
A member of Ray's family propositions Fraser (2)
Something clearly Canadian shows in a shot and it is the Canadian flag (other than at the consulate) (2)
A street person calls Fraser by name (2)
There is a fist fight involving upwards of four people in a generic industrial site in act four (2)
You hear any music you recognize in the background and you're American (2)
Fraser's hat is destroyed during the course of an investigation (3)
The Riv gets shot at and loses a window (3)
We see something in Fraser's refrigerator besides corsages and maple syrup (3)
A guest star killed Julie Beamer on Forever Knight (3/chug if you know Julie)
The Riv gets shot at and explodes (chug/moment of silence)


(Appropriate "thank you kindlies" and proper credit to Perri, Stacey Rankin, Sasha Lydon's friend Stephanie, Beth Chalecki, Laurie M. Jacobs, and of course LJC)

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