TV

Games to be played along with the watching of television shows.

Ren and Stimpy

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Although the buzz factor is only low-mid, you'll still have a damn good time playing this one. Either acquire a tape of previous "Ren and Stimpy" episodes or tune in whenever it airs on Nickelodeon. Bring some beer, too.

Consume some beer whenever one of the following happens.

Real World, Season 3, The

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Version 2.0 - August 29, 1994

This guide is available in its most current form from Tardis Television Archives.

This material is also posted periodically to alt.tv.real-world and rec.arts.tv

This file is provided for entertainment purposes only. If you would like to contribute additional information for this file or find an error please send comments to: jgrubbs@copper.ucs.indiana.edu

The One Life to Live Drinking Game

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"This set of rules was recently discovered in a sealed papyrus envelope beneath the craf eaten remains of Cyrus (Alex's here-to-fore never mentioned first husband)--talk about sleeping with the fishes!"

"Pour an even bigger glass of honey and spiced wine and a HUGE glass of bourbon (sic) and branchwater . . . .

DRINK at any of these occurrences:

NYPD Blue

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Copyright 1994, Alan Sepinwall.
Created by Alan Sepinwall with the help of:
Paul Sabourin, Patrick Mallon, Steve Wall, Bryan O'Connor, Frank A. Lauro, Dennis Goeckel, James Foust, Lori Karn, Gerald Ross, Geoff Falen, Earl Baker, Dan Gingiss, Don Semmens, Eugene Kushnirksy, Charles Quenneville, Andrea Atkin, Tamar Bihari, Lois Casaleggi, Lori Hylan, Mark Vita, Doug Le, Paul Bourque, Bradley Lindaas, Ed Holliman, Lisa Rooney, Jim Hill, Sandy Bodzin, Dana H. Bayliss, and John Sigmon (cuz he's so desperate)

Some basic rules:

    Moonlighting

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    Moonlighting

    Drinking Game


    The following "Moonlighting Drinking Game" was proposed by J.J. Burgund, with a small handful of additions from me and others. If you've been around on the Internet for very long, you've probably seen one of these before. The rules are simple: while watching Moonlighting, when you see anything on the list, you take the indicated number of drinks.

    This list is a modest beginning, and there are still lots of good

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