Emotional pundits. People cheering for no real reason at all. Long lines at the polls. "Breaking news" that isn't. References to the FBI and Miss Universe.
While this has been one of the weirdest, most unpredictable elections of anyone's life, there are certain things you can be sure you'll see tonight on news broadcasts and at the state's assorted election parties.
So as you writhe in existential dread, worried your idealism has died a slow death in the nearly two-year-long gauntlet that was this presidential election, why not make a game out of the evening, which may or may not inspire you to flee the country and live in exile?
Tonight, Crosscut is throwing a party to celebrate the end of this chapter in our grand American experiment — 700 people RSVPed before registration closed, so show up early if you're one of them — along with our partners at KCTS 9 and What's Good 206.
If you can't make it, we wanted to share around the bingo cards we've created for the occasion. The images are below, as are links to download the sets to print them.
Keep it locked to our live blog throughout the day for results, party dispatches and more.