It's almost time for America's favorite night of self-congratulatory back patting! Yes, it's Oscar time, and the only thing sadder than two thirds of this year's Best Picture nominees would be watching Hollywood's most magical night sober. So, on Sunday, February 24, make sure you have plenty of your favorite libation, put on your best gown, and play along from your couch with The Drink Nation's Academy Awards Drinking Game!
Warm Up Round: On the Red Carpet
Get started early — you know the TV coverage will. As stars trip their way down the aisle....
The Big Show
Make sure you have plenty of snacks to go along with the sips, because things could get tipsy. During the main event....
Seth McFarlane Drinking Game
If you want to spice things up, create a drink for each of the host's voices, and drink that when you hear them. Some ideas:
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