Lambcast #338 Lambpardy!

by Jay Cluitt · September 8, 2016 · Featured, LAMBcast, Lambpardy, Podcasts · 5 Comments

It’s Lambpardy time again!
Returning champion Aaron Neuwirth is back to defend his title against a couple of contestants who have kind of played before, but not when they were really feeling themselves. DJ Valentine and Heather Baxendale are here to play in their own inimitable styles, and you’ll have to listen to find out how well they did!

Also on tap: Rants and Raves of the Week – including a particularly grave rant from DJ – and a couple of games of Last Lamb Standing. Also, there’s a bonus outtake this week from when Jay‘s connection cut out but Heather, DJ and Aaron just carried on going. The conversation is played out in its entirety (about 10 minutes) at the end of the show, and it was mighty entertaining to listen to.

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5 Responses to Lambcast #338 Lambpardy!

  1. Dar says:

    How can you penalize them for not answering in the form of a question, when you yourself rarely ask in a form of an answer?

    • jaycluitt says:

      The rules of Lambpardy state that all contestants must respond in the form of a question. It doesn’t specify whether this is in response to something phrased as an answer. I get your gripe with it, but it turns out to sometimes we difficult to mould a category idea into the answer/question format. Also, this is meant to be just for fun, so we don’t take it as seriously as perhaps you’d like, sorry about that,

      • Dar says:

        I know it’s all for fun. The point is that when you ask a question in the form of a question, it’s no surprise when someone answers in the form of an answer.

        You should atleast be lenient before disqualifying them immediately, since it is partially your fault for tripping them.

        Even in real “Jeopardy” the host is more lenient and gives contestants a couple of seconds to correct themselves.

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