The internet is full of desperate people with pressing, important questions about the world of film, and the LAMB is just as full of knowledgeable movie-buffs willing to provide intelligent and insightful answers to those problems.
Unfortunately, none of these people were available to record the show, so instead host Jay Cluitt was joined by Jason Soto, Lindsay Street, Daniel Lackey, and The Vern to look into whatever insane issues the Internet had to offer. From sexist Lego to whether Gravity really is as good as Bring It On, no topic was off limits in the Lambcast episode most deserving of an EXPLICIT tag. You have been warned.
Also on tap were the Rants and Raves of the week, along with an Oscars-special round of Last Lamb Standing.
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