I started listening because I was excited to find another Chicago-based, supernatural, actual-play podcast. I stayed because of the excellent storytelling by game keeper and players alike. Everyone's experience with improv is clear from the start as they embody the idea of showing over telling (which is difficult to do in a podcast). They're hilarious without drowning out or burying the plot, and they aren't afraid to let softer, more vulnerable moments shine. This podcast could get millions of listens every episode, and I would still think they deserve more. I'd give L&L 10 stars if I could.