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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!

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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.