Or if a similar situation happens when a Drew Carey-related category comes up in Scenes from a Hat.
Take another if whoever buzzed the player out says something to the effect of "No, it's okay, go ahead."
Someone in Scenes from a Hat or World's Worst starts to step down but another player beats them to it.
Two if they never get to go, making you wonder what they were about to say.
Colin cracks up the audience and Drew with random, absurd humor.
Colin gets the last line of an Irish Drinking Song—and proceeds to twist it into something hilarious, ludicrous, and horribly wrong.
Drink again if all three of the other singers crack up. Finish an entire drink if the others are laughing so hard that Colin is singing the "hi-de-di"s all by himself.
Drink a six-pack if Colin cracks up himself—it's rare and friggin' funny.
Drew or Aisha picks two ditzy, utterly clueless women to play "Sound Effects" at their own expense and for sick entertainment. Another sip each time Ryan and Colin try to come up with things to say for the terrible sound effects they attempt to make, yet fail hideously at it.
Two drinks if the audience members are good at it.
Three if Drew bursts into raucous laughter during the game.
Someone calls Drew fat. (NOTE: Present-day Drew is no longer fat)
Kathy Greenwood fails to do anything remotely funny and instead bombs her performances by being a stuttering, nervous wreck.
Two if she plays shower or cracks a real funny.
Ryan is reduced to giggles during "Questions Only" because of Colin's ridiculously offbeat questions.
Colin makes a laugh-your-ass-off, blue collar pun at the start of "Greatest Hits" or during "Weird Newscasters."
Greg Proops snorts.
Colin gets Drew laughing like hell during "Newsflash."
Colin makes a poo joke, two if he makes the entire room bust a gut, and three if you realize that two drinks is a Stealth Pun for number two—a.k.a. poo.
Someone tries to attack Drew during the "Weird Newscasters" skits.
Colin does a horrible foreign accent or bad impression.
Colin does a velociraptor dance.
Two if Greg imitates the raptor dance.
Wayne acts like a rowdy, gossiping black woman who uses ebonics.
Wayne does his epic Michael Jackson impression.
Show producers Dan Patterson and Mark Leveson are mentioned at the end of the show during the reading of the credits, thanks to their top billing. Get therapy if their names have been burned into your heads.
Ponder the meaning of life if you're watching an early rerun before reading the credits became a tradition—nah. Just take a sip of your drink.
Drew says the phrase "1000 points" or "1000 points to everybody."
Two if it gets imitated by the cast.
Aisha even remembers to give points at all. (in her defense, they don't matter)
Colin tries to rap during "Scene to Rap."
Drew can't contain his laughter during "Three-Headed Broadway Star."
Two if someone fails to follow the rules of "one word per head." That means you, Drew! And you, too, David Hasselhoff!!
A whole pack of beer if the Richard Simmons episode comes on.
One of the stuffed-shirt British producers of "Whose Line?" intervenes during a skit for going too blue, screwing up a skit in the outtakes, meaning they'll have to cut and edit over, or mentioning Hitler. (Look up the outtakes on Youtube to see more of the cast shenanigans at work—which are uncut.)
"Hoedown" gets botched and they have to start all over again, two if Ryan becomes noticeably pissed at having to endure more retakes. (Again: see the outtakes.)
Ryan forces Colin to get his hands dirty during "Helping Hands," two if he tries to eat something, three if he makes a complete and total mess out of the table props, and four if he completely fails at making a sandwich or pizza.
Someone makes fun of Madonna's armpit hair during "Props."
Someone misses a letter in "90-Second Alphabet" and it goes unnoticed—seriously, it did happen.
Ryan says "Xaviera Hollander" during 90-Second Alphabet.
The cast pulls a euphemism for swearing or innuendo during "Change Letter."
For that matter, someone pulls a bad euphemism during "If You Know What I Mean," confuses everyone, and then says, "No... you don't know what I mean." (Or another player responds, "No, I don't know what you mean.")
Two if they play their own imitation, "The Millionaire Show."
Four drinks and a hearty cheer if they play the game "Whose Line."
Colin makes a "crap" pun during "Hollywood Director."
During "Hats," Ryan makes a creepy mask look like it has a kissyface by sucking it inward and blowing it outward with his mouth.
Colin, Ryan, or Wayne's roles on "Let's Make A Date" overlap so that one cast mate is unaware that another cast mate is going to do something to them and/or imitate them.
Colin or Ryan is baffled by a prop during "Infomercial" and proceeds to toss it aside without a word as if nothing happened and let the awkward moment pass.
Two if they refuse to pass up comedy gold and attempt to make sense of how it would help you with whatever they're trying to advertise.
One sip each time Colin and Ryan have trouble coming up with things to say during "Improbable Mission"; finish your drink and start a fresh one if they end up making the audience and/or Drew/Wayne and the guest celebrity crack up.
Someone in the audience has the balls to shout "PORNO!" as a suggestion during "Film, TV & Theatre Styles". Finish another drink if you laughed just now.
Two if Drew goes through with allowing "Porno" during the game.
You watch the UK Whose Line? and are stunned by how different the cast of the American version looked in their younger days.
Drink a sympathetic beer and mail a bottle of hair tonic or Rogaine to Colin Mochrie if you notice how much hair he had back when he debuted on the UK show as opposed to the later years.
Drew makes a snappy one-liner after his "Welcome back!" each commercial break.
You hear Drew say "The points don't matter," two if he relates it to something else that doesn't matter.
A whole pack of beer if the points suddenly matter. Beware; you could just be so drunk you think the points matter, in which case we recommend you hire a professional psychologist and take your Ritalin.
Two if Jerry Springer comes onto the show—three if you realize the cast effectively trolled him speechless by refusing to let him talk during the skit he was involved in, and that he deserves a round of applause for stitching up an asshole's bullshit dispenser. Kiss your girlfriend if you laughed at that one. Single? Kiss your drink!
Colin unwittingly makes a remarkably accurate and magnificent joke during "Interview" or "Newsflash"
A whole pack of beer if you catch the one he makes during the "Newsflash" featuring himself.