“Lee and Morris” have a dream: to do live commentary during the biggest sporting event of the year … one that, somewhat inconveniently, they can’t actually name. Or the league it’s associated with. Or even the sport. It’s actually kind of a stupid dream.
Squarespace doesn’t judge. The website-building platform is more than happy to help these two lifelong best friends from Atlanta (who met playing video games online, where they do commentary on each other’s streams) set up a site where they can launch their show Real Talk on Sunday, Feb. 7, at 6:30pm, which also happens to be a time at which another program that will most likely be seen by a handful of people kicks off. Er, “starts broadcasting.” Not kicks off.
Who will win the athletic contest between the two teams that are from different U.S. states? What exciting plays of sports will Lee and Morris react to, in ways that definitely will not identify what game — or even kind of game — is being played? Will anything malfunction during the non-sports middle of the game, wherein things frequently malfunction, and serve as annual evidence that the nation in which this game is taking place has Turned Its Eyes Away From God?
Whatever happens, it’s going to be fun to watch. Also it’s really something that is happening. I’m not kidding. Check out the teaser video above, and tune in anytime after kickoff — I mean, after “beginning minute” — on Feb. 7 to watch Lee and Morris livestream the dream. And remember: If Squarespace is able to help these two do this, imagine what non-insane idea it could help you with!
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