The Long Shot features three comedians (Sean Conroy, Jamie Flam, and Amber Kenny) discussing their struggles through the general terrors of everyday life. There are also special guests, sketches, and original songs!
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
The Long Shot mailbag readers read mail straight out the Long Shot mailbag.
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Category: Podcasts, Season 4
You go, Arun Kumar! India represent.
Love the mailbag episodes.
Dear Mr. Conroy,
If you are soliciting suggestions, i submit the following…
ladies and gentleman,
the amortized algorithm
the pictureless postcard
the improper noun
the neverending story
the vestigial tail
the unclipped coupon
the sea and the cake
mister jamie flam.
I love this. – jamie flam
I found some Muppets green carpet photos … Eddie doesn’t look as bad as he made it sound.
The fact that they read my email made my day. The fact that Eddie and Amber laughed so hard at my note to Sean (Keep it up!) made my millennium.
Keep it up, Long Shot Podcasters!
I’m glad you guys liked my story! It was a thrill to make you guys and lady laugh after all the times you’ve made me laugh.
Jamie’s disappearing and flashes were supposed to represent how he sometimes is silent during an episode except for a zinger now and then. I do like your spiritual explanation though. Since Eddy asked, I’ll be writing another one soon!
Keep up the great work!
Thanks for the ‘shout out’…your friend from Ottawa, CANADA
Holy moly, this podcast is redunkulus.
Hello, new favorite podcast.
This podcast could make a discussion about paint hilarious. I love Sean’s exaggerated mirroring of Eddie.
The Human Quandary, Jamie Flummoxed and the soothing cackling brook Amber Kenny, you are my alternate world siblings and I love you!
I too am a listener of a lot of comedy podcasts, and I can definitely say this one is now my favorite, you are all infinitely listenable and delightful.
Just so you know, I love the intro.
i loved this. -jamie
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