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UPROXX Live Q&A With ‘Archer’s’ Amber Nash And Lucky Yates, AKA The Voices Of Pam And Krieger

By / 03.20.12

Holy sh*tsnacks do we have something spectacular lined up for you guys. Instead of a guest for this week’s Archer open thread we’ll be hosting a live Q&A with the voices of UPROXX’s two favorite characters the day before the season finale. That’s right, at 2PM EST on Wednesday, March 21st — aka tomorrow — Amber Nash (the voice of Pam Poovey) and Lucky Yates (the voice of Doctor Krieger) will join us here to answer any and all questions you maniacs come up with (any and all questions that don’t totally suck, of course).

This post will host the Q&A and is live with plenty of time for everyone to their Qs in. Amber and Lucky will be answering from oldest to newest. They may or may not be wearing their finest duds while doing so…

Amber and Lucky’s full bios are here. Dad’s Garage Theatre Company here. Please give them the warmest UPROXX welcome possible. Images via Dad’s Garage TV and FX.

FORMAT UPDATE: Amber and Lucky will be starting from the bottom of the thread and working their way up.


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