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Take Over Ocean Avenue With Bob's Burgers Monopoly

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Give Mr. Fischoeder a run for his money and take over the real estate on Ocean Avenue. In the officially licensed Bob's Burgers Monopoly game, two to six competitors play as one of the Belchers (or Teddy) as they slowly try to win over the boardwalk.

The themed game, available on ThinkGeek, features locations from the show, including modest apartments and elaborate mansions. Monopoly's usual Community Chest and Chance Cards are now called Community Garden and White Pants Take a Chance, and even the money is on-theme.

While you're playing, you might as well get some punny burgers on the grill with help from this recipe book.

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The Golden Girls Are Starring in Their Own Version of Clue

Dorothy, Rose, Blanche, and Sophia have been immortalized as mugs, Funko dolls, and coloring book characters. The next place fans will see the Golden Girls is on the cover of their own board game. As Nerdist reports, the beloved sitcom is the theme behind the latest version of Clue.

Fortunately for our leading ladies, murder isn’t the catalyst of this whodunit plot. Instead, players will race to reveal who ate the last slice of cheesecake.

Stan and Miles join the caper as it leads players through Blanche’s home. The “weapons” have also been given a Golden Girls update: Was it Dorothy in the kitchen with the feathered shoe? Or Sophia in the lanai with the hairspray? Other items include lipstick, a lounge chair, a bathrobe, and a purse.

The Golden Girls is the latest pop culture treasure to receive the Clue treatment. Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, and Dungeons & Dragons have all been re-imagined for the mystery game. Board game fans can pick up Golden Girls Clue for $40 when it hits shelves this June.

[h/t Nerdist]

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Spend a Sick Day Playing 'Princess Bride-Opoly'
Inconceivable!
Inconceivable!
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Lately, Monopoly has been on their game when it comes to making official versions based on pop culture. Just look at this Rick and Morty version, or this upcoming Queen board. Still, there are plenty of beloved staples that have yet to get the board game treatment. Iconic movie The Princess Bride may not have an official Monopoly game yet, but for now we can make do with this off-brand version, which has all the bells and whistles of the real deal.

To start a game of Princess Bride Opoly, first you need to pick your game piece. Choose between Buttercup, Westley, Inigo, Fezzik, or Vizzini. Next, you and your friends can start buying properties all over Florin. You start with cottages and eventually upgrade to castles. Some locations include ruins atop the cliff, Florin market, Miracle Max's house, and more. Tru Wuv and Inconceivable! cards are filled with quotes and references from the movie. Instead of jail, players need to watch out for the Pit of Despair.

You can get the board for your next game night (or when you're home sick and want to play with your grandpa) on Amazon for $35.99.

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