I'm looking to build a list of books, movies, or other forms of narrative media which are not specifically game related, which serve as good introductory examples of tabletop RPGs to outsiders and especially prospective or new players.
The list should include media which depicts actual (if perhaps slightly inaccurate) tabletop gameplay. So, this by nature excludes any form of computer RPGs. Also, I'm really looking for stuff that's not wholly indigenous to the gaming community, so gaming magazines, websites, and blogs would probably not quite fit the bill here.
This is also meant primarily to include media which uses the tabletop RPG as a prominent element in the story. A single, short scene in a feature-length film is generally not sufficient to leave a lasting impression on someone who's not particularly looking for it.
To start off, one good example I have had the pleasure of personally enjoying is: