Five longtime friends and Chicago improvisers combine the best parts of two disparate worlds: sitcoms and Dungeons & Dragons. Follow a halfling bard, a half-orc warrior, a druid bar owner, and an elven princess as they struggle to keep the lights on at their tavern and inn, Bottom’s Up. Unlike most D&D podcasts, each episode is self-contained, so drop in wherever just like your favorite sitcoms! Starring Erin Keif, Waleed Mansour, Elizabeth Andrews, Sean Coyle, and Ben Briggs.
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I’m so glad I started listening to this podcast. Have you ever laughed so hard, you physically could not swallow the unfortunately timed drink you just took? Listen to this, and you’ll know the feeling quite well.
Funny stuff from the talented Erin Keiff and her crew! Keep up the good story flows!
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SitcomD&D launched 5 months ago and published 22 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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