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Drinking Game / Burn Notice

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Drinking game for Burn Notice:

  • Every time someone mentions Michael's burn notice, Take a shot.
  • Every time Fiona or Larry suggests shooting someone, take a shot.
  • Every time Sam is seen with a beer, take a shot (will probably kill you).
  • Every time Larry flashes a creepy smile, take a shot
  • Whenever somebody uses duct tape, take a shot.
  • Whenever Michael is seen shirtless, take a shot
    • If Sam is seen shirtless, down the whole bottle you're gonna need it.
  • Whenever Mike is seen repairing the Charger, or looking for parts for it, take a shot.
    • Down the bottle if there is no explanation for where the damage came from.
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  • Whenever you hear Mike doing a voiceover, take a shot.
  • Whenever Michael says "trust me," take a drink.
    • Take two if somebody else says it to him.
  • Whenever someone makes vague threats against Michael's life, take a shot.
  • Whenever a vllain seems to be getting too cozy with Michael, take a shot.
  • Whenever someone suggests using C4, take a shot.
    • Take another if it is actually used.
  • Whenever Michael's mother is brought up, take a shot.
  • Whenever you see someone eating yogurt, take a drink.
  • Whenever a member of team Westen takes a bullet, down the whole bottle.
  • Whenever Michael or Fiona gets flirty, take a shot.
    • Take two if it's with someone other than each other.
  • Whenever Fiona suddenly remembers she's Irish.
  • Whenever Fiona tries to encourage Michael to stop trying to get unburned / get his job back, take a drink.

Alternative drinking game:

To be played with beer or equivalent mixed drink. 1 drink per episode limit is advised, as some episodes have much more than others.

  • Whenever Michael narrates, take a drink.
  • Whenever Fiona advocates violence, take a drink.
  • Whenever Sam mentions a ladyfriend, take a drink.
  • Whenever a caption appears on screen, take a drink. If the caption changes, drink again.
  • Any time yogurt is seen or mentioned, take a drink.
  • Any time the name "Chuck Finley" or its variants are mentioned, take a drink.

For marathons only:

On every episode after the first, all watchers recite the opening narration ("My name is Michael Westen. I used to be a spy, until ...") in unison with Michael. The first person to be out of rhythm or get a word wrong drinks.


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