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It’s Saturday, it’s a good day to grab your Mountain Dew and your Cheetos, and join your fellow nerds for a rousing game of DnD. Dungeons and Dragons (also known as Summoner Geeks or Attacking the Darkness) was a comedy sketch parodying the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game experience. It was produced in 1996 by the Dead Alewives and comes from an album of like sketches titled Take Down the Grand Master. Voice talent was by Dead Alewives members Dan Harmon, Rob Schrab, Peter Alberts and Mondy Carter.
In the 1980s, the role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons reached a peak in popularity. Misunderstandings of its fantasy settings led those glossing over the content of the game to assume that it had elements of demonology and satanism. Written by Harmon, the Dungeons & Dragons Sketch made it quite clear that kitchen table role-playing games are nothing more than creative forms of arguing over minutiae and wondering where that bag of Cheetos had gone.