Actually, fallacy watching would make a great family hobby right now. Turn on the latest political debate, pull up the wikipedia List of Fallacies article and start marking them off as you hear them.
"That's a red herring."
"Ah, too common. Not worth many points. That one was an interesting slippery slope, though."
"Wait a minute. Was that a fallacy of ambiguity? I think it was!"
"What kind is it?"
"Wait. I'll check.....Equivocation......That's an ambiguity in the middle term! Wow! That's an ambiguity in the middle term! That's gotta be worth 75 points at least! High five everybody!"
They ought to have a television kit for sale somewhere!