TV and Movie Drinking Games

For those of the legal age, playing drinking games while watching the big screen proves to be a new way to watch old favorites.


When the weather turns cooler, going out on weekends is not as appealing (especially when it is snowing or raining) as staying in and having friends over. If the chit-chat turns dry, and board games are, well, boring, try popping your favorite movie in the DVD player, or putting everyone's favorite television show on the TV, for something new. But only if you're of legal age... 

 

Television Shows:

Saved By The Bell

From Ring This

Drink every time Slater calls Jessie “momma,” or every time Zach looks at the camera. Guaranteed fun for anyone who grew up in the 80s.

 

Mad Men

From The Daily Beast

With all the drinking portrayed in the show, how can one not be thirsty? Choose this game for a more convenient alternative to mixing Manhattans. 

 

Rachael Ray

From Slobak

We don’t suggest you start drinking midday. DVR it and play it with friends when you need a really good laugh.

 

“24”

From MadeMan

Though the show is off the air, grab one of the seasons on DVD and play this with friends. The show may be just as, if not more, entertaining than the first time you saw it.

 

Family Guy

From Bar Meister

One of the funniest shows on television. And, of course, there are a lot of rules to remember.

 

 

Movies:

The Godfather

From Timeout Chicago

Even when paired with a proper Italian pasta dish, this game will guarantee a good time.

 

Animal House

From National Lampoon

For the ultimate Frat experience, play this game while watching this classic college movie.

 

Dazed and Confused

From TotalFilm

The title of this film may become reality if you play this game.

 

Mean Girls

From Tumblr

Take a bad movie, add a drinking game. End result? Lots of laughs (and a drunken outcome).

 

Pirates of the Caribbean

From Film School Rejects

Did you ever think you could drink Captain Morgan with Captain Morgan?


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