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The Rules of the Die Hard Drinking Game

John McClane is in the air duct, wishing he was drinking in the movie Die Hard
Come out to the Coast, we'll get together, have a few beers ...

Is it a Christmas movie? Who knows. But, Die Hard does make for an excellent drinking game. Before you start, everyone who doesn't know that Reginald VelJohnson (Sgt. Al Powell) also played Carl Winslow in Family Matters, take a drink. Ok, now you can play the Die Hard drinking game.

Actually, let's take a moment to feel sorry for Alan Rickman. His henchmen in Die Hard were at least more intelligent than his henchmen in Robin Hood. When he tells them to "shoot the glass", they understand. In Robin Hood, he has to explain to Guy of Gisborne, his cousin no less, that a spoon is dull and it would hurt more. Rickman is a first ballot entry into the Villain Hall of Fame.

Hold up, before we get started, hand out drinks to anyone who doesn't recognize Theo as Sundown in Top Gun and Uli as Genghis Khan in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure. We can't tell what Al Leong ravaged more, the Nakatomi building or Oshman's Sporting Goods.

Oh, one more thing, hand out a drink to anyone who doesn't know that, "Yippee Ki Yay, Mr. Falcon" is what they say in the television edit of the movie.

Take One Drink

Take Two Drinks

Take Three Drinks

Take Four Drinks

Finish Your Drink

Bonus

Hand out drinks if you know how many members are in the New Provo Front (7) and Asian Dawn movement (9). Also hand out drinks if you know how many leaders of the Liberte de Quebec are imprisoned (5).