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UPROXX Live Q&A With ‘Archer’s’ Lucky Yates

By 04.11.13

That’s right, folks. The only appropriate response is jazz hands. Jazz hands everywhere. Just a week after the delightful Amber Nash helped ease us into the first installment of the Archer Season 4 finale, the enormously talented Lucky Yates is coming aboard to usher in the last new episode of 2013 (side effects include simultaneous happiness and sadness). The voice of the scene-stealing Doctor Krieger will be joining us for a second time to answer all your weird and interesting questions about hologram girlfriends, Rush vans, and tentacle porn. This will most definitely be fun.

The discussion is scheduled to begin at 2PM ET and will go for about an hour. Please begin your questions with “@Lucky” to keep things organized. We’ll be opening the thread up thirty minutes ahead of time with the goal of getting to the questions in the order they are submitted. Click on “See All Responses” or Lucky’s name in the right side module to easily access all his answers.

Follow Lucky on Twitter here and Krieger Signals on Twitter here. Image of Lucky taken by Nadia Chaudhury during our “Archer Live” experience.

Click here to view all of Lucky’s responses


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