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STAR TREK DRINKING GAME!
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It has long been said that college students will take any and every
opportunity to drink, regardless of the circumstances. It's true... we will.
And we also manage to make it fun... So the next time you're watching Star
Trek, pull this out and drink per each successfully met condition. Guaranteed
to get you LOADED. Have a good week.
STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
(To be played while watching the show.)
Have one sip of beer per successfully met condition
'Open hailing frequencies'
'Belay that order'
'Hell','Damn' and other swearing. See Rikers special swearing
'Make it so'
'Come' - two if said in personal quarters
'Captain's log' - two if supplemental
'Grrrrr' ( A simple sneer qualifies)
-Riker swears - two drinks; three if it's 'hell'; whole beer if he asks 'what the hell is going on'
-Riker walks forward as if he's trying to knock an imaginary door down with his forehead.
-A female character has flawless makeup after she's been through the ringer.
-Picard straightens his uniform
-Data's innards are revealed
-Data uses his strength
-Data is cut off mid sentence - two drinks if it's a list of synonyms.
-Data gripes about his inability to perceive human emotion
-Geordie's visor is taken or knocked off
-Georgie gets bitched out for faulty engine, warp drive, etc.
-Beverly can't figure out some bizarre medical problem
-Deanna senses something really shocking
-Deanna gives us Betazoid insight into something really obvious
-O'Brien has a line (this gets brutal after the third season - weak drinkers may pass)
-A crew member drinks - two if it's Picard; three if it's Picard drinking tea; four if the tea is identified as Earl Grey.
-A bridge officer is shown in casual clothes (one drink per scene, per officer) = two drinks if it's Beverly in a sweater; two drinks if it's Picard in his chest revealing bedwear.
-A bridge officer appears in dress uniform (one drink per scene, per officer)
-Every time somebody is addressed by his or her first name - two if there's some kind of sexual tension going on.
-Every time they use transporter room three.
-A shuttle craft seems like an unsafe place to be.
-Somebody reads a book.
-Somebody preaches the Prime Directive - two if it's NOT Picard
-Somebody preaches about Humanity's Unique Potential
-Picard has an accident or is attacked - two drink; three if it draws blood
-Picard is possessed - four drinks
-An 'old earth saying' is brought up - two if Data has to have it explained to him.
-Patrick Stewart tries to speak French
-Wesley talks back to his Mom.
-Somebody implies that Ten Forward is a Happening Place
-They fade for an advertisement playing the 'ominous horns'
-Klingon is spoken - two drinks per scene in which Klingons are alone and have no obvious reason to speak English but do anyway.
-Each scene in which a nifty new Romulan ship is shown
-There's a token alien in the background with no lines - two if it's a Vulcan.
-Yellow Alert - one drink
-Red Alert - two drinks
-Intruder Alert - three drinks
-Another Captain or Star Fleet Command officer is on screen.
-There's a countdown
-Every time a bridge command is handed over
-The Enterprise crew avoids a confrontation instead of blasting away.
-Each scene in which the Enterprise actually fights (shots must be fired) - two drinks.
-Whole beer whenever the saucer section separates.
-They contact somebody on the communicator/intercom without going to a panel or touching anything.
-A communicator isn't working or is blocked - two if it's out of range.
-New Trek contradicts a fact from Old Trek (Unfortunately, players may be too drunk to adjudicate this rule)