The 'American Horror Story: Roanoke' Drinking Game
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The 'American Horror Story: Roanoke' Drinking Game

*Eight people die* *Suddenly drunk*

The 'American Horror Story: Roanoke' Drinking Game

"American Horror Story" has created its craziest season yet in 'My Roanoke Nightmare.' The current season is in the form of a documentary, which recreates the experiences that one couple had while living in the house that was built on the supposed sight of the missing Roanoke Colony. The second half of the season turns into a reality show that follows the actors and the previous owners over the course of a weekend where all of them are trapped in the house. Now that there are only two episodes left, things are bound to get pretty crazy. To ease the pain of the best show ever leaving the air, drink your way through the last two episodes — and every re-run of the season — with the "AHS Roanoke" drinking game! Please drink legally and responsibly.

Take a sip:

  • Every time you see blood
  • Whenever you feel sympathy for Kathy Bates
  • Whenever someone is smoking/doing drugs
  • When they have to get the police involved (bonus sip if the police think they’re just crying wolf)
  • When someone says “Croatoan”
  • Every time Lady Gaga is on screen
  • Whenever a character makes a classic horror movie mistake
  • Whenever you see the hillbillies

Take 2 sips:

  • When someone dies
  • Whenever someone tries to talk to Sidney through the cameras
  • Whenever you have an inappropriate thought about Evan Peters (whether he’s on screen/in the episode or not)
  • When someone is having sex
  • When a reference to another season is made (Ex: When Doris Kearns Goodwin explains the Mott family)

Finish your drink:

  • When you figure out who Finn Wittrock is playing
  • When a character from a previous season shows up
  • When Evan Peters says, “Rouge each other’s nipples”

"American Horror Story" airs at 10 p.m. on Wednesdays on FX!

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