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Added by Jason on 8 Dec 2011 01:45
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Fictional Games from TV Shows

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People who added this item 358 Average listal rating (246 ratings) 6.4 IMDB Rating 6.9
Cougar Town (2009)
Penny Can

Players try to toss a penny into an empty paint can. If you miss your shot, you drink. If you make it in, you get to yell "Penny Can!" and everyone else drinks.

In and out shots get a "Stache-Attack!" allowing another player to draw a mustache on your face. If you have a real mustache or someone already drew one on your face, then you get "Crazy Brow" and still have to drink.

If you get a rimshot, the person following you gets to flick your ear.

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People who added this item 3269 Average listal rating (2559 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 8.3
Scrubs (2001)
Find the Saltine

One player hides a saltine cracker on his person and the another player must guess where that cracker is hidden. If the guesser correctly finds the saltine, the other player reveals the cracker and the guesser wins.

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Chardee MacDennis

The game is played with two opposing teams for fifteen minutes (not including stoppage time) where each team must progress through three stages, each with its own set of rules. The game ends when one team completes the required number of challenges from each level. Upon their victory, the winning team gets to smash the game pieces of the losing team.

The stages are: Level One (Mind)-Trivia, Puzzles, and Artistry; Level Two (Body)-Physical Challenge, Pain, and Endurance; and Level Three (Spirit)-Emotional Battery and Public Humiliation.

Rules include:
1. Be sure to always have a first aid kit for injury stoppage.
2. It is highly suggested that the game board be nailed down as Mac will get angry at losing and try to flip the board.
3. Cursing is not allowed in level two.
4. Asking questions is not allowed while the clock is running.
5. If a player spills her drink, her team must chug the opposing team's drinks.
6. In the event of a tie the instructions on the black card must be followed. It reads: flip a coin to determine who is victorious.

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People who added this item 1156 Average listal rating (883 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 8.3
Star Trek (1966)
Tri-Dimensional Chess

It appears to be a variant of 3D Chess, though no rules were given within the show itself. The design retained the 64 squares of a traditional chessboard, but distributed them onto separate platforms in a hierarchy of spatial levels, implying to audiences how chess evolved by the time of a 23rd century.

People who added this item 3294 Average listal rating (2443 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 8.1
Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock

The game expands upon the traditional game, using the following rules:

• scissors cuts paper
• paper covers rock
• rock crushes lizard
• lizard poisons Spock
• Spock smashes scissors
• scissors decapitates lizard
• lizard eats paper
• paper disproves Spock
• Spock vaporizes rock
• rock crushes scissors

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People who added this item 3800 Average listal rating (3021 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 8.4
Futurama (1999)

Players hit a ball on an elastic tether that is pitched to the batter. Fielders try to prevent the ball from entering small holes in the field, which score blerns. Basic rules such as the strike zone and outs seem to remain the same as their baseball counterparts.

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People who added this item 1184 Average listal rating (908 ratings) 6.5 IMDB Rating 7.5
Don't Whiz on the Electric Fence

Rules are unclear for this board game. One would guess that whizzing on the electric fence is not good, though.

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People who added this item 2560 Average listal rating (1879 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 8.9
The Office (2005)
Office Olympiad

A series of office sporting events including Hate Ball (using a paper football), Who Can Put The Most M&Ms In Their Mouth? (self-explanatory), Dunderball (a ball game where one bounces a small ball over the divider that separates Toby's and Kelly's work stations), and Flonkerton (a race with full paper boxes strapped to the feet).

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People who added this item 194 Average listal rating (120 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 7.9
Undeclared (2001)

On their first day at college, Ron and Marshall play a drinking game with unspecified rules. They ask their new roommate his name and his height, the answers he gives warranting drinks by one player, the other, or both.

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People who added this item 3079 Average listal rating (2187 ratings) 7.8 IMDB Rating 8.3

Marshgammon combines all the best elements from all the best games: Candyland, I Never, Pictionary, and Poker. From Backgammon, it ONLY borrows the name, and leaves all the other lame stuff behind. There are lots of rules, but only Marshall actually understands what's happening. The most important rule to remember is that anyone who says "what?" has to drink.

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