Play Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's Golden Globes Drinking Game

Rules involve push-ups and 'just a touch' of meth when Bryan Cranston speaks

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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler during the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards.
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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler have some new tips on how to make it through the Golden Globes while getting good and sloshed by the end. The two Saturday Night Live veterans, who are set to host the awards show again this Sunday, January 12th, offered the Hollywood Reporter some updated rules to the Golden Globes drinking game they invented last year.

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"Any time you see a gown with sleeves, you're going to drink," said Fey. "Any time they cut to Tom Hanks for a reaction shot, do five push-ups and you will be ripped by the end of the ceremony." 

"Every time I drink, everybody at home should drink," said Poehler. "And if Bryan Cranston speaks, everybody has to do a little bit of meth. Just a touch, because that's all you need, just a touch."

Add those tips into last year's rules:

-Drink any time an actress cries in a speech.
-Drink any time you see a person actively not listening to someone onstage.
-Drink any time someone says, "I didn't prepare anything!"
-Eat a meatball sub any time someone thanks Harvey Weinstein.
-Take off an article of clothing any time they show Judi Dench.
-Take off an article of clothing any time Maggie Smith wins.

The Golden Globes are notable for the amount of drinking that happens on-camera, since the audience is served a dinner that includes cocktails. Asked who in the crowd was the drunkest last year, Poehler offered a diplomatic answer: "The best fake drunk was Glenn Close," she said. "I guess it would probably be somebody's plus-one, like a disgruntled plus-one. But most people seemed to be in tip-top shape and on their beta-blockers."