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The study group plays Dungeons & Dragons with another classmate to improve his spirits, but Pierce's jealousies cause their good intentions to backfire.

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Lisa Monahan Aust ...
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Garrett Lambert
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The study group plays Dungeons & Dragons with another classmate to improve his spirits, but Pierce's jealousies cause their good intentions to backfire.

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3 February 2011 (USA)  »

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The opening credits and music were changed to establish a mythic fantasy setting. See more »

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On the game saving roll, the dice shows a 19. However, the surrounding numbers correspond to those next to a 15 on most 20 sided dice, meaning the 19 was probably added in post. See more »

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Annie Edison: Okay, come on, can we just do this? Hi, hello, I am Hector The Well Endowed. You've got a bunch of pegasi, let's make a deal.
Abed Nadir: What kind of deal?
Annie Edison: All right. I take her by the hand and lead her to the stable. I light a candle and rip off a piece of my tunic which I fashion into a blindfold.
Abed Nadir: Oh, Hector, but I don't know if I...
Annie Edison: Shhh, shhh. I place it gently over the elf maiden's eyes...
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Greendale is Where I Belong
Performed by Ludwig Göransson
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