“Fellowship of the Dice” follows the plight of Elizabeth (Aimee Graham), a recovering party girl desperate for a new group of friends. After a chance meeting with avid gamer Sanford (Alastair Surprise) lands her an invitation to play the popular fantasy role-playing game, “Wizards, Warriors and Wyrms,” she spends a long afternoon and evening plagued with confusing rules, high adventure and nerdy drama.
Hickory, dickory, dock — the Dice Man's back and he's ready to rock. The semi-true stories of Andrew Dice Clay, whose unique brand of humor often gets him in trouble. Once on top, the comedian now must work to resurrect his career, pay his gambling debts, manage his sons’ rock band, fend off old fans and keep his family afloat.
Get ready to have your mind messed with! "Brain Games" is a groundbreaking series that uses interactive experiments, misdirection and tricks to demonstrate how our brains create the illusion of seamless reality through our memory, through our sensory perception, and how we focus our attention.
A dark, investigative exploration of the obsessive gambling psyche.
D.I.C.E. is an animated television series produced by Bandai Entertainment, Xebec, and Studio Galapagos. Originally made for the United States, the series was first broadcast in Cartoon Network in US, then YTV in Canada. On December 12, 2005, the Japanese version was premiered on Animax under the title Dinobreaker. On January 7, 2006, the Tagalog version premiered on Hero TV. ABS-CBN network followed by broadcasting the series in Tagalog on January 28, 2006. As of October 31, 2009, D.I.C.E. has already run for a total of 15 full runs in the 4 channels which broadcast D.I.C.E. in the Philippines.
Dark & Dicey
The Diceman is an adventure travelogue television series, commissioned by the Discovery Channel and produced by Little Planet Media, originally aired between 1997 and 2001. It depicts a presenter and cameraman making decisions about where to go and what to do based on rolling a die. The team have no means of transport of their own, and carry a small amount of money and basic necessities. Each episode starts with the presenter and the cameraman drawing up a list of six options either chosen by themselves, or by the public around them at the time. These options could be for modes of transport, directions, places to visit, things to do, challenges or other objectives. Each die selection is then worked to a conclusion, and a fresh set of options are drawn up every time a decision has to be made. Four 15-part series where eventually produced, totalling 60 programmes and travelling around 32,000 miles across 14 different countries. Travel was made on foot and by bus, taxi, bicycle, ferry, private aircraft, yacht, water taxi, airline, rickshaw, hire car, motorbike, hot-air balloon and hitch-hiking. Nearly six months was spent on the road in total. The die was rolled some 400 times. Activities selected included playing golf on the ice in Greenland to selling pretzels on the streets of New York. The series ended with the die tumbling into a river and being lost.
Dicey Business is a 2006 grand production drama by Television Broadcasts Limited.
Kaoru is an office lady you can find anywhere, serious and works diligently, but her husband is a super otaku and more-or-less a NEET. She is caught up in one of her husband's whims one day or the subject of his concerns another, but the two are so close that it's embarrassing to even watch them!
Dice Disputed is an American reality show on VH1. The show stars comedian Andrew 'Dice' Clay who was a popular comedian in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The show follows Clay as he struggles to recapture his past popularity while dealing with his fiancée and two sons. The series premiered on March 4, 2007, and lasted only seven episodes. It was produced by Jeff Kuntz. The working title for the show was Andrew Dice Clay: Structured Chaos.
¿Qué dice la gente? is a Spanish-language game show produced in the United States, based on Family Feud that aired on Telefutura. It was itself the American version of Mexican game show, 100 mexicanos dijeron. It was hosted by Marco Antonio Regil from 2006-2008 until Omar Chaparro took over for the last nine weeks and was filmed in Miami. Jackie Vilarino and Survivor: Nicaragua Contestant Brenda Lowe both served as co-hosts for the show's run. The show premiered on June 12, 2006 and ended on November 14, 2008.