It’s time for another game of Lambpardy! Let’s meet today’s contestants:
First up is returning champion Todd Liebenow from Forgotten Films, who claims his winning streak is predominantly based on never saying anything unless it’s in the form of a question. Challenging Todd today are Lambpardy newcomers Will Slater from Exploding Helicopter – a man who hopes his complete disinterest in anything animated, directed by the Coen brothers or starring Julianne Moore or Jeff Daniels won’t hinder his chances – and Shane Young from The Cinematic Katzenjammer, whose strategy will be mostly based on letting his kids answer for him. Will Todd claim another victory, or can Will or Shane end his run? Listen to find out!
Jay Cluitt is still doing a less than mediocre job at hosting the game, but it’s still better than his one time competing in it, so thank heavens for small mercies. Also on tap: Rants and raves of the week and a couple of rounds of Last Lamb Standing, to add even more nail-biting to an incredibly tense show.
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Tags: cinematic katzenjammer, Exploding Helicopter, Forgotten Films, Lambpardy, Life vs Film