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You know who is on Sup Holmes? My mom (and Jeff Luke)

Aug 11 // Jonathan Holmes

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This week on Sup Holmes we kick off WayForgust with Jeff Luke, director of WayForward's upcoming Regular Show: Mordecai and Rigby in 8-bit Land. Legend has it that Jeff worked on such beloved DS titles as the Jim Sterling approved Lock's Quest and the Jim Sterling not-as-approved Scribblenauts before leaving game development to work full time as a chef. If it weren't for WayForward pulling him back into the industry, he may still be wearing a chef's hat at this very moment. In fact, he may be wearing a chef's hat anyway, because they look pretty good. 

Jeff is also an accomplished singer, contributing to the soundtracks for Double Dragon: Neon and Mighty Switch Force 2. If all goes well, we'll find a way to make use of those talents on this episode. Try requesting songs in the chat and we'll do our best to accommodate. It all starts at 1pm PST/4pm EST, so be there or be square. 

PS- My mom wont actually be on the show.


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