'Community's' Donald Glover on 'Dungeons & Dragons': 'It's fun to play God'


"Community" is coming out of a string of themed episodes and giving us another so-called "bottle episode" on Thursday's (Feb. 3) episode. This time they're going into "Dungeons & Dragons" territory in order to help a suicidal classmate, Fat Neil, find his happy again.We were on-set during the shooting of the episode and had a chance to talk to Donald Glover (in the anthropology classroom!), who says he didn't play the role-playing game as a kid, because he wasn't allowed to."['Dungeons & Dragons' sounds] so awesome," Glover tells Zap2it. "To have a character for a long time and build it. There's something about all those things like Pokémon, Nano Pets, you're just playing God. And it's fun to play God for a little bit."For Glover, who grew up Jehovah's Witness, anything that had to do with magic wasn't allowed. The interesting part is Glover's character, Troy, is also Jehovah's Witness in the show. So, how does...



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