Top Party Games for the Big Game

Party Down South 2 Cast Shares Their Favorite Drinking Games

“Can you drink another beer? Yes, says I. ‘Cuz you can always drink another beer. Let’s be better than those that came before us. We will not fail. We came here to drink! And to be the best redneck you’ve ever seen in your life.” — Hunter the Great

In the recent episode of Party Down South 2, Hunter rallies the house with a motivational speech before getting the party started with a good ol’ fashioned game of Thumper.

Take a cue from Hunter and the crew this weekend. It’s all about the party (and the game). Whether you are rooting for the Seahawks or Patriots, everyone can agree on one thing: having a good time. And what better way to celebrate than with a few party games. This weekend, consider these as recommended by professionals — the Party Down South 2 crew:

Ashton: Cornhole. This game takes some setup time and maybe even some carpentry work but totally worth it. We’ll allow Frankie Ballard, Jessie James Decker, Kip Moore and a few other friends to demonstrate on Hot 20 Countdown.

Bradley: Chandeliers. Basically, it combines beer pong and flip cup — best of both worlds.

Duke: Cornhole. It’s a family favorite.

Hunter: King’s Cup. Each playing card has a rule. For example, Rhyme Time is when you say a word and the person to your right has to say a word that rhymes. It’s your house, so you make the rules.

Karynda: I just likes to sit and drink. Editors note: We can admire that.

Magan: Captain Dickhead. Essentially, it’s Kings Cup, but with a more aggressive name.

Raven: Blow pong, which is similar to beer pong. Use your mouth instead of your hands to toss the ball. Pop!

Tommy: Trifecta. Go ask, @Tommy_Theis.

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