*slytherins are gathered in their common room trying to figure out what game to play.*
2nd year: “what about uno?”
Other 2nd year: “dude we played that last week”
3rd year: “Well what about Go fish?”
4th year: “What are we? Children? No let’s play Battleship ”
2nd year: “Oh and Go fish is a child’s game.”
1st year: *quietly from the edge of the couch* “what about Monopoly?”
Litterally the entire house: “NO!”
*1st year falls off the couch backward*
Other 1st year: “Wait why not? What’s wrong with monop-”
Prefect: “Don’t say it’s name…. we don’t talk about ‘the game that shall not be named’”
*house falls silent*
6th year: “So many friendships torn apart. So much violence.” *starts crying*
Yet another 1st year: “What the fuck is going on?”
Vibration seeped through your body. It was from the
continuous stomping of the people around you. It was game night and you were
here to cheer on your school, it also helped there was a mole cursed boy who
looked pretty damn good in the light burgundy jersey. “Now it’s time to get out
there and kick some ass!” Coach yelled after one of his huge pep talks, causing
the boys to get riled up and ready for a good game. “Not you Greenburg, sit
down. No one wants you out there.” You couldn’t help but smile, Stiles giving
you a small wave before he went to take his position on the field, you were so
lost inside your own mind, swimming with the things you’d like to do to the
boy, you almost didn’t hear Kira talking to you.
“He likes you. I think it’s cute.” You laughed softly at her
words, if she only knew. The last few weeks between you and Stiles had been
something else. It was filled with secret looks that only you two understood,
followed by under the table hand jobs and hickies that were becoming too hard
to cover up after 10 minute breaks between classes. The thoughts caused a smirk
to appear on your face, although things had been pretty heated it hadn’t passed
the threshold of no return yet. Oh no, you were saving that for tonight.
Lena is finally at game night everyone’s having a good time Kara gets exited because she’s in the lead and accidentally spills some wine on Lena so she has to wear Kara’s comfy bed clothes, she looks incredible and Kara is all blushes and sunshine.
The Gryffindor girls have a Game Night tradition. Both Muggle and Wizarding games are played, depending on who gets to the circle around the Common Room fire first on the first Sunday evening of each month.
Hermione and Demelza Robins typically dominate Scrabble, while Ginny plays a mean Exploding Snap. Sometimes she brings versions of Snap from Fred and George’s new experimental stock, sets that light up or play music, or just allow more players in. It’s really effective marketing, and Ginny loves bringing a game she can win.
Lavender and Parvati bring Muggle games like True Colors that involve knowing the most about the other players. They also make a mean Pictionary or Taboo team, speaking a twin language born of spending every hour together throughout their entire Hogwarts career. Romilda Vane isn’t particularly kind during these games, but she’s good too.
Katie Bell and Alicia Spinnet have a tradition of bringing their Pitch Model, a game board that allows each person to bring a bag of tiny flying Quidditch players that are controlled the way Wizarding Chess Pieces are. Angelina, laughing, usually tells them that game night is their chance to get away from Quidditch, but she sits behind Alicia and gives them each tips anyway.
‘Pitch’ Star Kylie Bunbury Joins Jason Bateman’s Comedy ‘Game Night’ (EXCLUSIVE)
Kylie Bunbury, star of the freshman Fox series “Pitch,” is in negotiations to join Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams in the New Line comedy “Game Night.”
Jesse Plemons is also on board to topline with Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley — the directing duo behind the 2015 comedy “Vacation” — helming the movie. Bateman is producing alongside James Garavente for Aggregate Films, while John Davis and John Fox will produce for Davis Entertainment. Goldstein and Daley also wrote the latest version of the screenplay, based on Mark Perez’s original draft.
“Game Night” follows several couples whose regularly-planned game night goes terribly wrong. Production is expected to start within the next few months.
With a second-season pickup of “Pitch” looking unlikely, execs on both the TV and film sides have been trying to find ways to work with the rising star. While audiences didn’t show up, critics raved Bunbury’s performance — she was in the running for projects like the “Star Wars” Han Solo spinoff. Disney/Lucasfilm eyed her for one of the female leads. Bunbury’s name was also considered for the lead in the “Star Trek” series, “Star Trek: Discovery.”