The Undercover Boss Drinking Game

If there’s one thing I learned about reality TV, it’s that every episode is the same.

And if there’s one thing I learned in college, it’s that anything can be made into a drinking game.

So I present to you…

The Undercover Boss Drinking Game

 

The Introduction of the Undercover Boss

Take a shot if…

There’s a scene with the Undercover Boss playing basketball with their kids – in a manner as if they didn’t just install the hoop before the episode to make it seem like CEOs actually have time for that kind of thing.

Take a shot if…

The Undercover Boss is in a conference room at the office explaining the situation, and all of the employees are trying to look interested and supportive because they know they’re on camera.

The Image Transformation

Take a shot if…

The Undercover Boss puts on a fake tattoo.

Take a shot if…

The Undercover Boss looks a little bit like Guy Fieri.

Take a shot if…

The Undercover Boss shaves their beard into a goatee, because that’s so much different than a beard.

Take a shot if…

The Undercover Boss’s idea of looking younger is bad highlights and bell bottoms.

Take a shot if…

The Undercover Boss looks better than they did before.

Take a shot if…

The Undercover Boss looks the exact same.

The Job

Take a shot if…

The Undercover Boss comes up with a really lame excuse for the camera crew (i.e. “I’m entering a reality show contest for funding to start my own bakery” or “This is just my family that likes to film me all the time”)

Take a shot if…

The trainer makes the Undercover Boss call her Moka.

Take a shot if…

The Undercover Boss is definitely regretting their decision to do this.

Take a shot if…

The trainer of the Undercover Boss is mildly patronizing towards the Undercover Boss because why is a 45-year-old woman wanting to work at a mall Cinnabon anyway?

Take a shot if…

There’s a clip of the Undercover Boss doing really poorly at their new job, and then a clip of them explaining (gloating) to the camera that they’ve just never had to do this kind of work before.

Take a shot if…

Oh no somebody recognizes the Undercover Boss!!!!!

Take a shot if…

The trainer of the Undercover Boss is very obviously about to explode but pulls themselves together last minute because they remember they’re on TV.

Take a shot if…

The Undercover Boss keeps trying to get a woman to buy the product, even after she tells them she’s diabetic (this is only relates to the Cinnabon episode).

Take a shot if…

The Undercover Boss spends way too much time asking the customers about their thoughts on the company.

Take a shot if…

The trainer of the Undercover Boss is definitely going to get fired because of their ‘tude.

The One-on-One Talks

Take a shot if…

The trainer of the Undercover Boss shares an unusually substantial amount of intimate information after just meeting.

Take a shot if…

The trainer says something about how they really want to go to college but can’t afford it. (Set aside a shot if you think the Undercover Boss is going to offer them $15,000 towards a higher education).

Take a shot if…

The trainer of the Undercover Boss starts rapping when the Undercover Boss asks what he does in his free time (this only relates to the Johnny Rockets episode).

Take a shot if…

If the coworker talks about their passion for their job.

Take a shot if…

If the coworker talks about their passion for the customers.

Take a shot if…

The Undercover Boss tells the camera that this experience has taught them so much, such as how all people are connected in one way or another.

The Big Reveal!

Take a shot if…

The employee with a bad attitude gets sent back to training instead of getting fired like they deserve because the Undercover Boss wants to look like a good person.

Take a shot if…

The employee cries.

Take a shot if…

The Undercover Boss cries.

Take a shot if…

You start to cry.

Take a shot if…

The employee pretends to cry because they know they’re supposed to.

Take a shot if…

The employee doesn’t look surprised at all because Undercover Boss has been a show for eight seasons, plus there’s an entire camera crew in the building and a 63-year-old who wants to get a job as a cashier so how could anyone not have known what was happening?


 

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