My interest in RPGs all lay dormant for a while (and in some cases was actively avoided) until I (re)discovered Call of Cthulhu and Traveller (and a few other things) about 5 years ago. And so I dusted off my RPG notebook (still plenty of blank pages in it) and it began again.
And what fun it was. Basically the host (Paul Flannery) asked for three audience volunteers to participate in what was an hilariously half-improvised show. Such inventions as deciding that the bunch of baddies in the tavern they had to relieve of their tickets to the ambassador's ball, were actually stoats disguised as weasels, and that when the host threw a 20 on his massive luminous die (no really) that the audience all had to get up and change seats, made it fun; and my son certainly enjoyed it.
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