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Posted: 5/20/2005 1:01:17 PM EDT
I swear to God it get's me everytime.

Watching season one on DVD and it never fails. Watched it last night at 1 AM and I was soon heating up some leftover pasta. Today I watched it and now I'm craving italian food again.

They are always eating in that show and the food looks really good.

Great show but it gets me everytime.
Link Posted: 5/20/2005 1:01:55 PM EDT
When it's on I'm usually stuffing my face with pasta and red wine.
Link Posted: 5/20/2005 1:02:22 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/20/2005 1:02:50 PM EDT by fight4yourrights]
No. That is just freaky


(but sometimes I do want to whack someone afterwards)
Link Posted: 5/20/2005 1:06:21 PM EDT
my wife made a drinking game out of it. Every time Tony goes in the fridge or eats or talks about food = drink one. I can't remember all of 'em but you drink when the guys hug, one drink for each pat on the back durring the hug. Drink when Tony cheats on Carm. Drink when the kids whine. And so on and so forth.
Link Posted: 5/20/2005 1:09:22 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/20/2005 1:14:03 PM EDT by Merrell]
best TV show drinking game had to be Hawaii Five-O


BASIC RULES
Anyone says "McGarrett" -- 1 drink
McGarrett says "McGarrett" -- 2 drinks


OPTIONAL RULES

CHARACTER BITS:
McGarrett runs down the steps of Iolani Palace to his car -- 1 drink
McGarrett answers the phone by saying "McGarrett" -- 1 drink (in addition to that specified by the basic rules)
Any Five-O member answers the phone or radio "Yes, Steve" without having been told it's McGarrett on the other end -- entire beverage
Any reference to Kono's weight -- 1 drink
Kono's weight is quantified -- 2 drinks
Any member of Five-O, other than McGarrett, calls Danny "Danno" -- 2 drinks
Any two Five-O team members laugh together -- 1 drink
Any three Five-O team members laugh together -- 2 drinks
Any four Five-O team members laugh together -- entire beverage
Danno smokes a cigarette -- entire beverage
McGarrett is on the mainland for a trial and phones home -- 1 drink per scene
McGarrett gets blinded -- entire beverage
"Governor" or "Attorney General" is given a name -- entire beverage

LOCATIONS:
A construction site -- 1 drink per scene
Any mention of "Sea Life Park" -- 1 drink
Any member(s) of Five-O leave(s) Oahu to investigate a case on another island -- 1 drink per team member (drink as plane touches down)
Any appearance of the Byodo-In temple -- 2 drinks per scene

ACTION SEQUENCES:
A foot chase -- 1 drink
A car chase -- 2 drinks
A shoot-out -- 1 drink
A hand-to-hand fight -- 2 drinks
Somebody tries to kill McGarrett in a gruesome way -- entire beverage

PROPS:
A bullhorn -- 1 drink
McGarrett's transparent blackboard -- 1 drink
A reel-to-reel tape recorder -- 1 drink
A computer -- 2 drinks

BOOKING
"Book 'im" -- 1 drink
"Book 'im, Danno" -- 2 drinks
"Book 'im, Danno (specifies charges)" -- 3 drinks
Someone other than Danno is to do the booking -- entire beverage

HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE:
"Aloha" -- 1 drink
"Mahalo" -- 1 drink
Any other Hawaiian word -- 2 drinks
Entire sentence or conversation spoken in Hawaiian -- entire beverage

ISLAND LIVING:
A luau -- 1 drink
A hula -- 1 drink
Surfing -- 2 drinks
Somebody sings "Ain't no big thing, bruddah" -- 1 drink
Somebody SAYS "Ain't no big thing, bruddah" -- entire beverage

AFFIRMATIVES (said by Five-O team member to McGarrett):
"Right" -- 1 drink
"On it" or "I'm on it" -- 1 drink
"Check" -- 2 drinks
"Done" or "Consider it done" -- 2 drinks
"OK" -- 2 drinks
Any other brief affirmative -- 3 drinks
Any of the above followed by "Boss" -- 1 additional drink

FOR ISLANDERS ONLY:
A street address (or cross street location) is given -- 1 drink
That street doesn't really exist -- 1 additional drink
A cross street location is given, but the two streets do not really intersect, or do not really exist -- 1 additional drink
Local island personality appears as him/herself -- 2 drinks

CREDITS AND TITLES:
"The Wave" -- 1 drink
Your local station cuts out the "Wave" -- entire beverage
"Al Harrington as Ben" -- 2 drinks
Al Harrington appears as someone other than Ben -- 1 drink per spoken line
"Herman Wedemeyer as Duke" in opening credits -- 3 drinks
Herman Wedemeyer appears as someone other than Duke -- 1 drink per spoken line
Episode title is exactly one word -- 1 drink
Episode title is a complete sentence -- 2 drinks
Episode title contains punctuation -- 2 drinks
Episode title is phrased in the form of a question -- entire beverage
The episode title is used in dialog -- entire beverage
The series title is listed as "McGarrett" -- entire beverage
"To Be Continued" -- entire beverage
A shot from the main title sequence appears within an episode -- entire beverage

POLICE PROCEDURE:
Any member of Five-O shoots at an unarmed person -- 1 drink
Five-O refrains from shooting an unarmed person because "We need him alive" -- entire beverage
Any member of Five-O loses someone they're tailing -- 1 drink
McGarrett gets P.O.'ed at a Five-O team member for screwing up -- 1 drink
McGarrett gets so P.O.'ed that he slams something down onto his desk -- 2 drinks
Five-O accused of corruption -- 2 drinks (as accusation is made)

MISCELLANEOUS:
Any reference to Vietnam -- 1 drink
A caucasian actor appears as an Asian character -- 1 drink per scene
Episode is from 12th season -- switch off TV and keep drinking



http://www.mjq.net/fiveo/sirah.htm

ETA: ALTERNATE Hawaii Five-O drinking game:


TERMS OF ENDEARMENT
Anyone at Five-O calls anyone else "bruddah:" SIP.
McGarrett calls his assistants "gentlemen:" SIP.
McGarrett refers to his secretary Jennie by name: SIP.
McGarrett calls the Governor "Sir:" SIP.
McGarrett calls Danny Williams "Dan-O:" CHUG.
Anyone says "aloha:" SIP.
Anyone says "mahalo:" CHUG.

OFFICE ETIQUETTE
McGarrett hangs up on someone without saying "goodbye:" SIP.
The number of Five-O people standing around listening in McGarrett's office exceeds three: SIP.
McGarrett brings a chalk board, easel, or poster board into his office to help unravel the crime: CHUG.
Anyone asks to be "patched through" to anyone else: SIP.
McGarrett asks to be "patched through" to anyone else: CHUG.

DETAILS, DETAILS
Five-O conducts an illegal search: SIP.
Five-O detains anyone illegally: SIP.
Five-O questions anyone without notifying them of their Miranda rights: SIP.
McGarrett tells anyone he's "just a cop; not the judge and jury:" CHUG.

ELEMENTS OF STYLE
McGarrett wears a suit with lapels more than four inches wide: SIP.
McGarrett wears a tie with a knot more than two inches across: SIP.
Anyone from Five-O wears a loud Hawiian shirt: SIP.
Any woman wears a mumu: SIP.
McGarrett wears a leisure suit. CHUG.

POLICE PROCEDURALS
McGarrett arrives at the scene of the crime, asks Danny or Chin Ho, "What have you got?": SIP.
Chin Ho puts his pipe in his mouth: SIP.
McGarrett goes to the Governor's office: SIP.
McGarrett goes to Che Fong's lab: SIP.
Someone from Five-O tails a suspect unnoticed from a discrete distance of one car-length: CHUG.
Someone from Five-O keeps a suspect under surveilance unnoticed by sitting ten feet away reading a newspaper: CHUG.
The sound of squealing tires is dubbed in for a car driving on the beach: CHUG.

MCGARRETT'S PHILOSOPHY OF LIFE
McGarrett mocks a feminist woman: SIP.
McGarrett mocks a feminist woman and later tries to score with her: CHUG.
McGarrett lectures on the dangers of a free press: CHUG.
McGarrett lectures about drugs: CHUG.
Anyone offers McGarrett a drink and he says "I don't use alcohol:" CHUG.
Anyone disagrees McGarrett and then gets the smug treatment later when McGarrett turns out to be right: CHUG.
McGarrett arrests some nobody who's technically broken some law but clearly isn't a criminal- type, and says, "I don't make deals:" CHUG.

CRIME ON THE ISLANDS
Anyone dies by falling/being thrown off a cliff into the ocean: SIP.
The villain is a Mafiosa: SIP.
The villain is an amateur who is in it for the thrills and gets lectured about morality by McGarrett after being apprehended: CHUG.
The villain is Wo Fat [Khigh Dheigh]: SIP.
The villain is L. A. Filer [Hume Cronyn]: CHUG.

GUEST STARS
The guest star was unknown but became a popular film, television, or recording star in the 1980's or 1990's: SIP.
The guest star was a film, television, or recording star from the 1950's or 1960s on the skids: CHUG.
The guest star is William Shatner, Paul Williams, or Helen Hayes: CHUG.
Any guest star gets to sing: CHUG.
Daddy Rich Alexander V. Cheever, stars as himself. PAY FOR NEXT ROUND
Alexander V. Cheever does the Humpty Dance. DO THE SAME

JUSTICE PREVAILS
Someone from Five-O saves someone about to fall/ be thrown off a cliff into the ocean, at the last possible minute: SIP.
McGarrett himself shoots/captures the villain at the end of the episode: SIP.
McGarrett helps a woman back to his car with his arm around her waist at the end of the episode: CHUG.
McGarrett says "Book 'em:" SIP.
McGarrett says "Book 'em" and specifies the charges: CHUG.
McGarrett gives steely-jawed grin as lock of hair falls across his squinty eyes: CHUG.

Link Posted: 5/20/2005 1:11:29 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/20/2005 1:11:54 PM EDT by IamtheNRA]

Originally Posted By SteyrAUG:
I swear to God it get's me everytime.

Watching season one on DVD and it never fails. Watched it last night at 1 AM and I was soon heating up some leftover pasta. Today I watched it and now I'm craving italian food again.

They are always eating in that show and the food looks really good.

Great show but it gets me everytime.



+1 Yeah, no shit...they are always eating on that fucking show!
Link Posted: 5/20/2005 1:23:23 PM EDT
Just one look at Tony Soprano's fat gut and I realize I don't need that snack after all.....
Link Posted: 5/20/2005 1:33:15 PM EDT
when I watch "The GOOD the BAD and the UGLY" I always get hungry during the scene when Tuco and Lee Van Cleef are eating at the table like they are very hungry, they apprear to be eating a soup or stew dish, bread and wine.

whatever they are eating it looks good
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