Deck the halls and pour the egg nog, it’s time for the return of a vaguely Christmas-themed episode of Low Definition, a game where players come up with inane definitions of ridiculous words. Plus there are diversions into cultural Christmas traditions, Hallmark TV movies, and unusual Christmas Carols.
It’s time once again for Low Definition, a game show featuring a panel of guests trying to guess the definitions of dumb words. In this episode we borrow a book from a Little Free Library, go to see an American movie in Italy, and try to figure out nerds.
We return to the game of strange words, stranger idioms, and the strangest mixed drinks of all time! This time we dip our toe into international waters, with three European guests who join us in being flummoxed by the English language. But it turns out that the strangest thing about Low Definition may be the listeners themselves…
Welcome, one and all, to the Low Definition Holiday Special! Presented for your holiday-themed entertainment: a collection of weird words, translated movie titles, search-engine autocompletes, and peculiar holiday traditions. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you might even learn something about the true meaning of Christmas. But probably not.
We’re back with more Low Definition, in which your friends invent stupid definitions for stupid (but real) words. Plus we get a little literary, ponder more historical advertising, and take a visit to congress to learn how a stupid bill doesn’t become a stupid law.
Low Definition returns with more ridiculous words, Google searches, haikus, art installations, and more.
We’re back with more ridiculous words and even more ridiculous definiitions! Plus, we venture to a place we pray Chewbacca has never been.
More ridiculous definitions of ridiculous words. We also visit an unexpected man in an unexpected location, do some more Google searches, and borrow a book from a Little Free Library.
Low Definition returns with more ridiculous people, places, things, and foreign-language movie titles! Plus a shocking number of orifices.
It’s time once again to make up fake definitions for stupid words. This time we also dive into unexplored regions of both iTunes and the App Store. But don’t worry, listener! Steve Lutz is gunning for you.
When quidnuncs screeve in hempen hahas, and strange and tasteless words echo through the fjords…
Whenever Liebig quivers where the Blattnerphone is deathly still…
That is the time when pooks are present, pudifying their ballhooters with relish; delight.
We’re back with more ridiculous definitions! Moze returns from his recent victory, but has to deal with the pressure of being a champion as everyone attempts to avoid falling into his trap. Steve has a good feeling about the victory chances of several contestants who are not Moze. Effigies are built, hats are worn, little ducks are blown, and maybe Mr. Spock will even find love.
More ridiculous definitions, both real and imagined. Plus, we’ll take your orders for some disgusting mixed drinks, and ponder a Slovenian proverb.
We return with more made-up definitions to ridiculous words. And don’t miss the art project in the center of the room.
Hide your kids and dictionaries! It’s time for a return to our game of made-up definitions, this time with some added Googling and romance (noveling).
An hour of fun
Definitions from Steve Lutz
Plus Florida Man
In this special holiday edition of Low Definition, our contestants must grapple with weird definitions, obscure holidays, Norwegian movie titles, and even a Morrissey song.
In this game that’s absolutely nothing like Balderdash and not a product of Canada, players create their own fake definitions for real worlds. And there are a few twists along the way, because this is most definitely not Balderdash.
Balderdash! Our game of fake definitions returns with new stupid words that almost nobody has ever heard of before. Which player will reign supreme? (Since Dan’s not on this episode, it probably won’t be Jason.)
Once a month the Incomparable family plays a game, like you might around the table with your family. This month it’s Balderdash, the game of obscure words and ridiculous definitions. You’ll never look at pooks the same way again.