Every tabletop roleplaying game needs to have depth for the sake of immersion. One way to add that to the game is to include a game within the game, getting the players to play the game as their characters. This is often done in Medieval Fantasy roleplaying games through the use of tourneys but it can be ven more simple than that. Here's a basic game that gets used on a popular television show with some changes (popularized through an Internet meme) but incorporated into the sho. No only does this tie the characters of the show to the real world, helping the audience identify with them more readily, but it accentuates their character traits. Enjoy!