Play The Atlantic's State of the Union BINGO! Game

To make State of the Union watching more participatory, we've come up with a few BINGO!--or, in this case, OBAMA!--cards to help you play along with President Obama at home.

Follow along with the president and his speechwriters! Will he say "prosperity" before John Boehner is shown on camera misty eyed? Will he say "China" before Nancy Pelosi is shown on camera blinking?

Five printable cards are below; click for 8x11, printer-page-sized versions. Punch out/mark off a square when Obama uses the matching words verbatim, or when the listed action happens on any major network screen.

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Background illustration by The Atlantic's master online illustrator, Alex Hoyt.

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Chris Good is a political reporter for ABC News. He was previously an associate editor at The Atlantic and a reporter for The Hill.

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