Tuesday, August 7, 2012
Joe Wagner (The Midnight Show) joins The Long Shot things to discuss entities, entities, entities, entities, and an entity.
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Category: Podcasts, Season 5
I wish you guys would do another road trip episode.
LOL Sean’s rant against “The Entity” and how he has earned the right as a seasoned comedian to voice his objection reminded me of that lawyer, Wayne Jarvis from Arrested Development: “I’ve used one word to describe myself. What was it?”
“I shall hide behind that couch.”
Great show, great guest!
Sean’s hippy voice makes me laugh every time, mannnnnnnn…
I’m actually sweaty and sore from laughing so hard! Eddie missed another fantastic episode.
I love, love, love when Joe is on the show! I cracked up at this episode:) Why can’t he be on all the time??
i just want to say that you neglected to really make eddie’s absence present in the form of some kind of acknowledgement of the fact that he wasn’t there until we were far too deep into the show, and that this is offensive to me.
Did Jamie hold up his end of the deal and listen to The Flabbergast in exchange for Sean watching his show? Also: no pressure Sean but you said the 2nd episode would be up last week. I’ll back up Joe by saying you guys should make an episode in which you go watch a movie together.
I watched the first episode of Breaking Bad and it stressed me out so much I have put off watching more episodes. I can totally tell by that one episode that it is well written, acted and all that jazz. I guess my heightened anxiety is a testament to how good this show is.
I guess I need to to take a Xanax before I watch this series.
Also to add, Joe Wagner was great. I can’t find his twitter and am sad.
Shit. I should finish the episode where Joe plugs it: @Brotherwags
Can you guys please just have Joe on everytime someone is missing? Great episode!
This was great, as usual, love this show, with my newly shortened commute, I’m saying bye bye to other podcasts to keep the LoShoPo in the rotation
Brett Gelman and Jessica St Clair were wonderful guests also. Fit right in as though they’d been there all along
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I just have to say I laughed so hard I cried. BENMONT TENCH!!
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