Episode #633: The “Thanks for the Rim Job, Brother!” Episode

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

The Long Shot youth pastors discuss elaborate meal portioning, random word generators, sharing love, and blah blah blah.


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Category: Podcasts, Season 6

Comments (13)


  1. JOEY WAGS says:


  2. tabgirl says:

    Jamie, Jamie, Jamie


  3. Tiffany says:

    I think Jamie needs to bring back the bully tax.

  4. Captain Alex says:

    I love your commercials, on most other podcast’s i just skip through but yours are hilarious. Soviet committee!!

  5. Funniest Jamie episode to date! And I thought that before ‘Thanks for the rimjob brother’ was introduced. I also enjoyed seeing the ice around melt Sean’s tiny heart. You guys are the best!

  6. Dieter says:

    I’m with Team Svensteen !


  7. Reginald Billfold says:

    I loved this episode enough to come here and say so. Keep it up my akushlas.

  8. Phil Sphincter says:

    One of the best episodes yet.

  9. LA says:

    Sean – I wish you would give Jamie a chance to tell his stories without interrupting him every other sentence. Not everyone has your speaking style. Jamie’s is more deliberate and your constant interruptions actually make it harder to understand where he’s going.

  10. Earwig Earnie says:

    Nice episode, and it was nice to hear some humanity from Sean. More humanity, less puns.

    Completely disagree with LA – the first 1/3rd of this episode was like pulling teeth. Jamie takes forever to say the simplest things, and while he is great once he picks up the pace, but doesn’t seem to pick up the pace unless forced to.

  11. Sheena says:

    “What’s a Rim Job?” and “Thanks for the Rim-Job, brother.” are exactly why Jamie is #1 one on my list.

    Also, is Alex Jamie’s Jamie? If that sentence made any sense to anyone. I am sure Jamie would secretly love Alex to become a full-time member of the on-mic team. Take a bit of the heat off of him. Or, have them both tell dueling stories and see who wins. Although, if that ever happened, Sean’s head would explode and his Tiny Heart would stop beating.

  12. Dieter says:

    Can you imagine with how many “Jamies”, Sean had to deal with – as a teacher (improv and “regular”) – over the years ?
    He probably was one himself for awhile, way back …
    I think Sean knows what he’s doing !

    I like Jamie, he is an important part of the podcast and this episode (actually).

    And it was just the three of them (without Eddie or a guest) …

    And let’s not kid ourselves : If we were part of the (podcast) team, most of us would be in the Jamie position …

    Dieter out !

    * Boom ! Drops mic, leaves room –> comes back 5 seconds later, looking for his car keys …*

  13. Ray says:

    I agree. I thought Sean was being unusually nice this episode. Peace, brother.

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