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  • Every time someone shoots up Luke Cage, take a drink. Take two every time he gets shot with a Judas Bullet. In Season 2, apply this rule to Bushmaster as you see fit.
  • Every time Cottonmouth laughs, take a drink.
  • Every time Shades takes off his glasses, take a drink.
  • Every time Diamondback quotes the Bible, take a drink.
  • Every time Misty mentally travels to the crime scene, take a drink.
  • Every time Mariah has a drink, take a drink.
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  • Every time Claire mentions her experiences with Matt, take a drink.
  • Every time someone says "always forward" or some variation, take a drink.
  • Every time Luke goes on a monologue about Harlem's history, take a drink.
  • Every time someone begins singing at Harlem's Paradise, take a drink.
  • Every time Luke offers to "get some coffee" with someone, take a drink.
  • Every time Luke twists a gun after disarming a bad guy, take a drink.
  • Every time someone plugs a particular musician or author, take a drink.
  • Every time Misty gets yelled at by her superiors, take a drink.
  • Every time some one says "Keep her/his/my name out of your mouth", take a drink.
  • Every time someone tells Cottonmouth that he's making a mistake, take a drink.
  • Every time there's a shot of someone looking down on the Harlem Paradise stage, take a drink.
    • Take two if someone is on the floor, looking up at the roost of the Paradise.
  • Every time Bushmaster insists Mariah's last name is "Stokes", take a drink.
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  • Every time some drinks Bushmaster rum, follow suit and take a drink. Take two if one of the drinkers says it's the smoothest rum they've ever had.
  • Every time someone says that Luke Cage said that he was faster than Usain Bolt, take a drink. Take two if Luke says that he himself never said it.
  • Every time someone takes over Harlem's Paradise either temporarily or permanently.
    • Take a second drink if the person who takes over the Paradise changes the picture in the office in order to reflect their own personality and taste.

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