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LRRcast for 2013-08-17

Posted: 26 Aug 2013, 23:58
by Graham
Cameron and Beej join Paul and Kathleen on this week's LRRcast.

Re: LRRcast for 2013-08-17

Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 02:12
by JayBlanc
Cam has the radio voice! Would listen to Cam read shipping forecast.

Re: LRRcast for 2013-08-17

Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 08:36
by Yaxley
Paul mentioned the deleted scenes for Onmi-lingual on the DVD. Teasing a Season 6 DVD release?

Re: LRRcast for 2013-08-17

Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 16:11
by UNHchabo
"Americans deep fry everything."

Not true! That's mostly the midwest -- everyone does stories on the Iowa State Fair, which added deep fried butter a couple years ago.

Meanwhile, Maine is known for lobster, Maryland for crab, and each of the Northern New England states vie for Maple Syrup Supremacy. Vermont's is usually available nationwide, but I say New Hampshire's is better. :)

Yaxley wrote:Paul mentioned the deleted scenes for Onmi-lingual on the DVD. Teasing a Season 6 DVD release?


I think Graham has told that story in a previous LRRcast, and we know they've been working on the Season 6 DVD for a while; it got pushed out by WotC's insistence that the Friday Nights DVD be published now-or-never.

Re: LRRcast for 2013-08-17

Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 18:57
by Brushwag
I just love the look that Beej gets on his face when he says "Oh god, I have opinions."

Re: LRRcast for 2013-08-17

Posted: 28 Aug 2013, 09:02
by Lord Hosk
UNHchabo wrote:"Americans deep fry everything."

Not true! That's mostly the midwest -- everyone does stories on the Iowa State Fair, which added deep fried butter a couple years ago.

Meanwhile, Maine is known for lobster, Maryland for crab, and each of the Northern New England states vie for Maple Syrup Supremacy. Vermont's is usually available nationwide, but I say New Hampshire's is better. :)



Michigan is one of the best fruit producing regions on the planet, our Apples, Watermelon Cherries, and Blueberries are much sought after. We also have Pasties, which is like a hot pocket only not produced in a factory, or using cardboard instead of dough.

UNHchabo wrote:I think Graham has told that story in a previous LRRcast, and we know they've been working on the Season 6 DVD for a while; it got pushed out by WotC's insistence that the Friday Nights DVD be published now-or-never.


LRR has been working on DVDs of various kinds for the past 8 years, unfortunately they keep producing so much new content that its hard to go back. As much as I have enjoyed the couple of DVDs I bought from them, I dont think I enjoyed them as much as just watching all their new stuff. There are what 3-6 LRRs depending on the day of the week and they produce between 20 and 120 minutes of content a week, thats stagering if you think about it. That same amount of content takes a network staff of hundreds and they get time off, LRR does it week in and week out, AND Desert bus.

Re: LRRcast for 2013-08-17

Posted: 29 Aug 2013, 05:58
by Lord Chrusher
Even when LRR was only doing one video a week the DVDs took a long time to be released. I have to admit I also don't watch them that much.

Re: LRRcast for 2013-08-17

Posted: 31 Aug 2013, 09:45
by plummeting_sloth
Paul, the character you were thinking about as the worst person you've ever played was a highly dismissive of all other fandom jerk in "Some Kind of Geek"

Re: LRRcast for 2013-08-17

Posted: 01 Sep 2013, 07:56
by UNHchabo
plummeting_sloth wrote:Paul, the character you were thinking about as the worst person you've ever played was a highly dismissive of all other fandom jerk in "Some Kind of Geek"


Eh, while that guy was a jerk, I'd say Paul's most recent "bad person" character was in "Open and Shut". I think that's the one he was trying to think of.

Re: LRRcast for 2013-08-17

Posted: 01 Sep 2013, 13:11
by plummeting_sloth
UNHchabo wrote:
plummeting_sloth wrote:Paul, the character you were thinking about as the worst person you've ever played was a highly dismissive of all other fandom jerk in "Some Kind of Geek"


Eh, while that guy was a jerk, I'd say Paul's most recent "bad person" character was in "Open and Shut". I think that's the one he was trying to think of.


He literally said in a prior LRRcast that said character form "Some kind Of Geek" was the one of the worst people he's had to play. Not incompetently evil... just a huge asshole.

Re: LRRcast for 2013-08-17

Posted: 02 Sep 2013, 15:07
by JackSlack
In hindsight, I should have known the answer to my question.