If you play this game and are beating your opponent by a very large margin, make sure you have mercy.
The game wins when monkeys actually fly out of somebody's butt.
Due to all the brooding required to play, this should probably be called a bored game.
This game will definitely be "making your dreams come true." Unless your dream is to play the game when you're over age 14. In that case, the box says you're not allowed.
It's Twister except, instead of colored dots, you place your body parts on pictures of your favorite 90210 cast members. This game was made in 1991, so it's from a long time ago, but it's still young enough to play a teenager on the show.
You might think the game is over, but it keeps coming back eight or nine more times.
We've never played this game. We can only assume it cost millions of dollars to make, but nobody actually bought it.
This is the only board game intended for players age 65 and up.
The game is over when there's 40 explosions in the final five minutes but nobody gets hurt.
Before you start playing this game, make sure you have plenty of cheese.
Hopefully, the winner of the game is the first person who can explain what exactly is happening on the TV show.
This is much better than the My Girl board game. (Which, sadly, doesn't actually exist.)
If your family is playing this game but you don't want to play, you can always try to get out of it by dressing in women's clothing.
This game shouldn't come with instructions. Instead, you should just figure out how to play...if you're a clever girl.
Halfway through this game, the Diane piece leaves so she can be in board games about movies.