The Hawaii 50 Drinking Game
The typical TV-show drinking game involves equipping everyone with a glass of beer
(from an approximately endless supply); that will also work with The Official "Hawaii
Five-O Drinking Game, but for maximum enjoyment we recommend that players have fruity
drinks like planter's punch, ideally served in a coconut with a little paper parasol. Be
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.
- McGarrett hangs up on someone without saying "goodbye:" SIP.
- The number of Five-O people standing around listening in McGarrett's office exceeds
- 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.
- 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.
- McGarrett arrives at the scene of the crime, asks Danny or Chin Ho, "What have you
- 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
- 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.
- 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
- 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
- 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
- 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.
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