5 Celebs You Want On Your Beer Pong Team
When Letterman asked about similarities between her oft-drunk character on the show and Kaling’s real life, she explained that she had gone to a party school: Dartmouth. It’s worth watching the whole interview. Because she has the balance and control to deflect and guide Letterman’s increasingly ridiculous questioning, she’d obviously kill it on the table.
Is he any good at beer pong? No one knows. Let’s call it a “hard maybe.” Would it matter if he missed every shot? Not one bit.What we do know is that Bill “ Groundhog Day, Ghostbustin’-ass” Murray likes to crash a good party. From dancing to Lil' Jon at a random house party in South Carolina to karaoke-ing with total strangers in New York, the 65-year-old actor always makes the party memorable.
As both a former frat boy (Lambda Chi Alpha at UCLA) and former SNLer, it’s easy to picture Forte having put in some serious practice time on a beer-pong table. Plus, in the titular roll of The Last Man On Earth, we get to see Forte down beers, use the Declaration of Independence as a napkin, build a two-story Jenga game and, finally, create a human-sized Margarita in an inflatable pool.Even in the depths of a depressing existential crisis, Forte seems like a fun drinking partner.
Schumer is known for her take-no-prisoners comedy, and for being transparent regarding her often hilarious drunken misadventures. Whether she’s stealing Jake Gyllenhall’s cake or competing in a bizarre but brilliant cooking show, Schumer seems to have a knack for finding the fun, weird heart in a night of drinking.
Thanks to Jimmy Fallon, we actually have documented proof of Zoe Kravitz’s beer-pong virtuosity.Sure, it’s with barrel-sized Solo cups and basketball-sized ping pong balls, but you get the idea. Also on display in the clip: Kravitz is willing to play a little dirty, fake sneezing to throw off the late-night host. What more could you ask for?