I don't know, did this feel like a Bottle Episode to anyone else? Bunch of people in a room... or 2 rooms... talking about D&D. It wasn't that funny. I might have laughed when David Cross said "something that rhymes with 'Not There'" and Chang said "Times Square?" Or when Jeff was talking about Fat Neil and he was in the background. Kind of a waste of Joe Russo (one of the Russo brothers who directed Captain America: The Winter Soldier and is doing Captain America 3) directing actually.
However, the next episode features a G.I. Joe crossover. (zap2it.com) Looks very cool but won't air until April 3rd and I will be in New Orleans for Wrestlemania 30... missing Captain America: The Winter Soldier and the Game of Thrones Season 4 premiere.
This episode had the unenviable task of being a sequel to the original D&D episode, and it didn't quite match up. I did like Buzz interrogating the goblins, but I find that I'm really liking Buzz as a character, and he's a good addition to the cast. Other than that, though, I also thought it was kind of a week episode.
I, on the other hand, enjoyed this one more than any of the other recent episodes (especially the really wretched one with the social app). I probably liked it better than the original D&D one. But I'm a D&D nerd and enjoyed a lot of the tropes and things throwing. I loved the Dean being all in for roleplay and I always enjoy David Cross.
"Never piss off a hawk with a blowgun" - Conan O'Brien
Suborbital?! I thought they were really launching the ashes into space. Not just chucking them up a ways & collecting them back up when Newton wins. What's the point of that? Sending the ashes on a vacation?