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Beer Pong + Air Hockey = The BEST Game Jimmy Fallon Has Ever Created! Watch Him & David Duchovny Drunkenly Battle It Out HERE!

| Filed under: TV NewsJimmy FallonDavid DuchovnyAlcoholLate Night TV

If there’s one thing we love more than drinking games, it’s seeing celebrities PLAYING drinking games!

And on last night’s Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon challenged David Duchovny to his latest imbibing invention - Beer Hockey!

Take a regular air hockey table and put 6 holes at each end instead of a goal. Then fill those 6 cups with beer, drop the puck, and play on!

Jimmy may have met his match for this game though! Because David starts sinking shots almost immediately!

Ch-ch-check out their rousing (and eventually sloppy) game of Beer Hockey (above)!

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6 comments to “Beer Pong + Air Hockey = The BEST Game Jimmy Fallon Has Ever Created! Watch Him & David Duchovny Drunkenly Battle It Out HERE!”

  1. ruby says – reply to this


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    Actually CANADIANS Invented this game!!

  2. Panda says – reply to this


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    Re: ruby – thank you!
    I like Jimmy Fallon, but he did not 'create' pong hockey. Edit your article please!



  3. 3

    Canadians have been doing this for YEARS. Fallon didn't invent it. We deserve the credit not him

  4. Right says – reply to this


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    Yeah, except I've had two of these for the past year. Invented my ass.

  5. teeter totter says – reply to this


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    Try bum darts - might not be suitable for family watching.

  6. Melanie says – reply to this


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    Re: BijouChanel – Yeah, this is a Canadian invention, not a Fallon one.