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Leomard "Lem" Sportsinterviews is an author and illustrator in the Homestar Runner universe. He was first mentioned in the Strong Bad Email studying with his book This Book is Better Than 1st, 2nd, and Quite Possibly Even 3rd Base, which was featured for sale on Bookazon.com. As well as authoring many works of literature, he has directed the Peasant's Quest movie adaptation and has worked on many other forms of electronic media.

According to vacation, Leomard lives, or at least draws caricatures, in Historic Over There.


[edit] Collected Works

Another best seller

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[edit] Film and Television

A Sportsinterviews Joint

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Crad, I mean card

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Some Awards are worth it

[edit] Beverly Sportsinterviews

Beverly Sportsinterviews (also known as Bev Sportsinterviews) is another author in the Homestar Runner universe. Her name is a parody of children's author Beverly Cleary.

Two of her books (Ewww, Claire!! Why??? and Laramie, Why?) have won the "Some Award" award. Her third book, "Cat," spoke Anne, "Wash!", received the "Gold Circle", while her fourth and fifth, Problem Brian and Scar, Let Moe!, were given the "Round Award".

Beverly collaborated with Lem Sportsinterviews on Laramie, Why?. In one interview, Matt Chapman suggests that she is Lem's ex-wife. Beverly is credited as the writer for Twenty THANXty Six as "Beverly Sportsinterviews-Chimendez", suggesting that she may have married A. Chimendez. This also suggests that Beverly may be a relative of Lem as opposed to an ex-wife, as the practice of hyphenating a last name is far more commonly used to retain a birth surname or to use both parents' surnames than it is to retain a surname from a previous marriage.

Two heads, an arm, and one great story.

[edit] Crazy Prof. Sportsinterviews

Crazy Prof. Sportsinterviews is a parody of Dr. Seuss, as seen in his humorously-titled books.

Coming soon to pretend booksellers everywhere.

[edit] Leomardbury Chauceinterviews

Leomardbury Chauceinterviews is a parody of Geoffrey Chaucer, author of The Canterbury Tales, befitting the 'classic' nature of his book.

Here we go looptie-loo.

[edit] Old Maid Bevulon Sportsinterviews

Her name appears on a book in a scrapped scene from the next april fools thing.

The Oar on the Floor

[edit] Edgar Allen Sportsinterviews

His name is a parody of Edgar Allan Poe, and similarly the book appears in the style of Gothic poetry.

Clean up your room, Omsol.

[edit] Lem Sportsverslaggever

A Dutch author who wrote a children's board book about a messy room.


[edit] James J. Sportsinterviews

A television writer and creator of the sitcom "No Probalo!", starring Senor Cardgage.

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