|A-Team - Monte's Drinking Game|
Drinks are of course taken whenever Mr. T says "fool" or "sucka" as well as whenever the van makes an appearance.
|Antiques Roadshow - Drinking Game|
Instructions to this drinking game include such rules as taking a drink whenever someone bursts into tears.
|Babylon 5 - Tipple and Geek Drinking Game|
Rules for this drinking game centered around "Babylon 5" include instructions for the beginning player and major fans of the show.
|Batman - Webtender Drinking Game|
Play BatBeer while watching either one of the movies, or the TV show or cartoon. If any character says "bat" anything, take a drink.
|Battlestar Galactica - Picking Nits in the Fleet|
Contains instructions and rules for the drinking game, which is based on the short-lived ABC science-fiction series.
|Beast Wars - Drinking Game|
Actions of all the show's characters warrant either a sip or a chug in this drinking game centered around the "Beast Wars" cartoon.
|Behind the Music - Drinking Game|
Game can be played while watching either "Behind the Music" or "Legends" on cable channel VH1.
|Bill Nye, the Science Guy - Drinking Game|
Whenever the "Check it Out!" or "Try This" segments come on, take one drink. If Bill blows something up, take two drinks.
|Bob Newhart Show - Real Beer Page Drinking Game|
Learn how to play the classic drinking game "Hi Bob," a game that can be played while watching either "Newhart" or "The Bob Newhart Show."
|Cheers - Beers for Cheers|
Game asks participants to drink to Norm's interactions with beer while watching reruns of the legendary sitcom.
|Chicago Hope - Drinking Game|
Print out a copy of this long list of rules, grab a beverage, turn on "Chicago Hope" and play this drinking game.
|Columbo - Drinking Game|
Creator of this "Columbo" drinking game requests that anyone who actually plays it send him an email letting him know.
|Dawson's Creek - Drinking Game|
Rules to this "Dawson's Creek" drinking game apply to teenage viewers, therefore requiring nonalcoholic drinks.
|Dharma and Greg - Instant Dharma Drinking Game|
Simple "Dharma and Greg" drinking game features a limited amount of rules and only requires a drink and a television.
|Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman - The Drinking Game|
Players of this game must choose a character and take a drink whenever that character says or does one of the things on the list.
|Due South - Drinking Game|
Plenty of opportunities arise to take a drink during this "Due South" drinking game, as there are over 100 rules.
|Emeril! Live - Drinking Game|
Take a drink whenever the chef uses parsley, says "Bam!" or takes a sip from his own alcoholic beverage.
|ER - Drinking Game|
If Greene doesn't wear scrubs take two drinks, and take one drink if a scene from St. Elsewhere is "reprised."
|ESPN Sports Center - Drinking Game|
Drinking depends on the actions of various anchors on this sports news show. Includes links to other drinking games.
|Felicity - Drinking Game|
Viewers of the TV show "Felicity" are given ample opportunities to take a drink if they follow all the rules of this drinking game.
|Frasier - Drinking Game|
Take one drink when Frasier or Niles makes a snide comment about Roz's love life, and take two when any character from "Cheers" comes to visit.
|General Hospital - Drinking Game|
Read this amusing, illustrated collection of instructions on how to play the "General Hospital" drinking game.
|Golden Girls - Drinking Game|
Take one drink if the "girls" eat cheesecake, take three drinks if Dorothy has a date, and pound if someone gets married.
|Hawaii Five-O - Drinking Game, Sirah Style|
Basic rules of this game require players to take a drink whenever someone says "McGarrett." Other rules are also detailed.
|Homicide - The Land of Schlock Drinking Game|
Rules of this "Homicide" drinking game are centered around the actions of the show's various characters.
|Incredible Hulk - Drinking Game|
Rules of the game depend on both the actions of the screen's Hulk and the reactions of the person watching the show.
|Jenny Jones - Drinking Game|
If Jenny mentions her breast implants, take a drink, and if the show features complete makeovers, take another one.
|Jerry Springer - Drinking Game|
Take a sip of a favorite drink whenever there is a fight, Jerry makes a stupid joke, or something has to be bleeped out.
|Jerry Springer Drinking Game - Webtender|
More than four people are needed for this game, with a shot glass and quarter for each. Whenever a guest comes out with a prop, take a drink.
|Kids in the Hall - Drinking Game|
Opportunities to take a drink are presented whenever the show's various cast members perform some of their trademark schtick.
|Lost in Space - Drinking Game|
Dr. Smith's numerous nonsensical alliterated utterances are the perfect opportunity to down a drink in this "Lost in Space" game.
|M*A*S*H - Real Beer Page Drinking Game|
Rules to this "MASH" drinking game are short and simple, and if followed very closely may result in a personal visit to a surgical unit.
|M.M. Power Rangers - Drinking Game|
Playing this drinking game will almost guarantee a morphing of another kind, if all the rules are followed closely.
|Melrose Place - Drinking Game|
Game can be played during the never-ending syndicated reruns of the cancelled show. Choose a character and grab a drink.
|Monty Python and The Holy Grail - Holy Drinking Game|
Following the instructions to this drinking game won't detract from the fun on the screen, as there are only 11 rules.
|Moonlighting - Drinking Game|
Drinking game centered around the Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd TV show provides ample opportunity to take a drink.
|Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Drinking Game|
Any nontoxic liquid can be imbibed while playing this game, including Killer Shrews. Have a drink whenever the Magic Voice speaks.
|New Yankee Workshop - Drinking Game|
All drinking in this game centers around the actions and words of the show's host, Norm Abram. Chug a drink if he mentions the word "laser."
|NewsRadio - Drinking Game|
Writer of this game provides an penultimate rule that players should drink everything in sight if NBC decides to bring the show back to TV.
|Northern Exposure - Drinking Game|
Rules to this game are centered around the actions of Maggie and Joel, although the show's other wacky characters also play their parts.
|NYPD Blue - Drinking Game|
Author of this game provides an introduction to the concept of drinking games, and then spells out the rules of this incarnation.
|Profiler - Drinking Game|
As this drinking game was created during the show's first season, some of the rules would have to be changed if watching subsequent seasons.
|Quantum Leap - Drinking Game|
Track down a station airing reruns of the science fiction show, pour a few drinks and play the "Official Quantum Leap Drinking Game."
|Quincy - Drinking Game|
Quincy is the man of the hour where this game is concerned, as all drinking is centered on his actions and words.
|Real World - Drinking Game|
Fan of the show's third installment supplies the rules for this game. Participants should choose a favorite character and drink accordingly.
|Red Dwarf - Drinking Game|
Get tipsy with your buddies while you laugh yourselves silly over "Red Dwarf." Learn how many drinks to take when Cat's nostril hairs vibrate.
|Rosie O'Donnell Show - Drinking Game|
Drink whenever Rosie says "cutie patootie," "my Tommy," obsesses over anything or anyone, kisses or disses a guest, or eats on the air.
|Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer - Webtender|
Watch this Christmas classic closely. Every time Rudolph's nose lights up, take a drink.
|Sailor Moon - Jellyn's Drinking Game|
Learning all the rules to this "Sailor Moon" drinking game may take a while, as there are over 60 of them.
|Scooby-Doo - Unofficial Scooby Doo Drinking Game|
Play a drinking game based on the beloved Hanna-Barbera cartoon and its five mystery-solving characters.
|Sentinel, The - Shelagh's Drinking Game|
Actions and words by the characters of "The Sentinel" warrant either sips, drinks or chugs when playing this drinking game.
|She-Ra - Drinking Game|
Doesn't take a "He-Man" to play this "She-Ra" drinking game, although it might take one to win it.
|Silk Stalkings - Classic Drinking Game|
Creator of this games suggests playing while watching videotapes of the show, so that all of the game's cues won't be missed.
|Simpsons - Webtender|
Participants should have one sip of the cheapest beer available anytime Homer eats donuts, Lisa mentions humanity, or Bart makes a crank call.
|Simpsons Drinking Game|
Take a drink anytime Homer says "D'oh," which is frequently, and do the same whenever a real-life celebrity is impersonated.
|Simpsons, The - Drinking Game, A|
Virtually every character on the show plays a part in the rules of this drinking game, although Bart's actions yield the most drinking.
|South Park - Five Player Drinking Game|
Playing this games requires that cards be created for five players. Find the rules to be printed on the cards and further instructions here.
|South Park - Jerald's SP Beer Game|
Drinks are taken every time the characters say the game's designated lines, and drinks are to be chugged when Kenny dies.
|Space Ghost - Drinking Game|
Instructions on how to play this "Space Ghost" drinking game are clearly presented at this tribute to the cartoon show.
|Space: 1999 - Drinking Game|
Playing the "Space: 1999" drinking game might be easier if the rules are printed out, and if reruns of the show can be found on TV.
|Star Trek - Beer Trek|
Beer Trek offers rules to drinking games for all of the shows in the "Star Trek" universe. Submissions of new rules are accepted.
|Star Trek - Drinking Game|
Take a drink whenever Bones says, "He's dead, Jim," whenever Kirk gets the girl, Spock shows emotion, or Sulu sets the course.
|Star Trek - Original Series|
Rules to this game only apply when watching the original television series "Star Trek." Be sure to chug whenever Lt. Leslie speaks.
|Star Trek: Deep Space 9 - Webtender|
Play this game with friends, and before the show starts, everyone picks a character. Take a drink whenever the station is shown from outside.
|Star Trek: The Next Generation - Webtender|
Refer to the game's requirements before starting, and take a drink whenever one of the listed quotes is uttered, scenes played, or Picard drinks.
|This Old House - Drinking Game|
Read rules to two versions of a "This Old House" drinking game. Both versions require booze and a TV.
|This Old House - Original This Old Souse Drinking Game|
Instructions to this drinking game are loaded with links relating to the show and its creators as well as to variations on the game.
|Three's Company - Drinking Game|
Directions to this "Three's Company" drinking game include a small collection of sound files from the show.
|Transformers - Drinking Game, The|
Participating in this drinking game promises players an evening filled with transformations.
|TV News Drinking Game|
Television news will be even more unbelievable than it already is when participants finish guzzling to the rules of this game.
|Twin Peaks - Unofficial Drinking Game|
Travel through the mind of David Lynch with a beer in hand to play a drinking game based on situations from his cult television show.
|Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea - Drinking Game|
Take a voyage to the bottom of a pint glass by playing this game that relies on the show's numerous cliched lines and occurrences.
|X-Files Drinking Game - Webtender|
Take one sip every time Mulder utters a "Mulderism," Mulder or Scully smile, or either character is called by their first name.
|X-Files, The - Drinking Game|
Take a paranoid, alcohol-fueled journey with Scully and Mulder in a drinking game based on Chris Carter's science-fiction television series.
|X-Files, The - Drinking Game|
Creator of this "X-Files" drinking game insists that participants not use alcoholic drinks while playing.
|X-Files, The - Jaguar's Drinking Game|
Jaguar provides the rules to his classic "X-Files" drinking game as well as those to a new and improved version.
|Xena and Hercules - Artemis' Official Drinking Game|
Sip, drink or chug along to the profiled happenings listed in this game, which is based on the two popular television series.
|Young Ones, The - Drinking Game|
Rules apply to the general shenanigans of the show's characters. Players can also choose a single character to follow.