Episode #521: The Sandwich Restaurant Episode featuring Keith and the Girl

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Keith Malley and Chemda Khalili (Keith and The Girl) join The Long Shot gourmands to discuss awkward backseat situations, moving Diana Ross, clowning, and Hooters.


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Category: Podcasts, Season 5

Comments (7)


  1. GD Kitty says:

    Ha! Love how Amber’s checking in was the epitome of innocent past-times (playing with puppies and watching Pixar movies), whilst Jamie found himself stuck in the middle of a hand-in-pants sandwich, replete with “The Marijuana” paranoia.

  2. It was Ray of The Weekend Pilots having sex in the back seat of a Prius. I know for a fact!

  3. Keebie says:

    I used to listen to Keith and the Girl regularly, and I swear that Chemda used to say that her name is pronounced with the C silent. If so, I wonder why she didn’t correct Sean. Good to hear from those two again.

  4. George says:

    if Yacht Rock has taught me anything it’s that Warren G is “smooth rap”, whether or not that is hip hop I do not know

    source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnahCol3lXs&feature=player_detailpage#t=168s

  5. Michelle says:

    I want to hear more about Sean’s “Weird Starbucks Lady”…because, wow.

    Jamie’s checking in can be summed up thusly: I got high, hands down (not my) pants and sticky times.

    Also Sean mentioning Taco Island sort of fit in there too. Very racy episode of the Lo Sho Po except the part where Amber talked about Pixar and puppies of course.

  6. Aviv says:

    Did Jamie already tell the story about the vet who told him not to point? I was getting Henry Winkler style deja vu vibes from hearing it.

  7. Todd Mason says:

    Well, if Amber’s adventure had a certain childlike quality, Jamie’s was strictly high-school…remarkable how we can, possibly, never escape such environs.

    The vibraphone has a little electrical motor to it that helps with sustain and generally gives a richer sound than does the xylophone, which, like the glockenspiel, also has metal keys, while the marimba has wooden ones. (The sound of mallets pounding out “The More You Know” theme from NBC ads of the ’90s.)

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