If you are fan of the television show "24," perhaps you would be interested in learning how to play the "24" drinking game. Originally, every time Jack Bauer–the lead character in the series–says "Damn it," a player must take a shot. After players discovered that it could be a while before that phrase will be uttered, a new version of the game was create, which involved frequent drinking. This article will show you how to play the most popular rendition of the "24" drinking game.
To play the "24" drinking game, you will need:
- An episode of "24"
- Watch "24." This drinking game was created from this popular television show. In order to play the game you will need to have an episode of "24" playing and you need to be familiar with the characters. Listen carefully to know how many sips you will need to take.
- Take one sip. You will need to take one sip if Jack kills someone, every time there is a split-screen, when something bad happens to Kim, when anyone gives a recap, if there is a morality speech given by Palmer and if Jack goes against orders. If Jack goes against orders, everyone must toast and drink.
- Take two sips. To play the "24" game correctly, there are times when you must take two sips. Players should drink twice if someone besides Jack kills someone, a main character dies, someone is discovered to be a traitor or if you spot a continuous problem.
Take three sips. There are not many opportunities for the three sips compared to the previous rules. Take three sips if a past character reappears or if the CTU goes on lockdown.
- Drink the rest of the beer. Towards the end of the show, drink the rest of the beer if the main bad guy turns out to be someone other than the person you suspected. If the episode doesn't end with a cliffhanger, finish off the drink as well.
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