The Long Shot features four comedians (Sean Conroy, Jamie Flam, Amber Kenny, and Joe Wagner) discussing their struggles through the general terrors of everyday life. There are also special guests, sketches, and original songs!
Wednesday, September 4, 2013
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Category: Podcasts, Season 7
Amber, Sean, Jamie: I am very happy right now. Bless you all.
Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck! Oh, fuck!
Yaaaaaaaay!! So glad to have you back
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I love when Sean reads for his parting shot. I cried last time when he read about love/relationships… or whatever. I forget.
Thanks for coming back long shotters!
Very glad you’ve decided to continue, as well.
Amber is more correct than Sean in the notion that essentially no work of art escapes genre…the truly sui generis is pretty damned rare, and when it occurs, if it’s any good at all (and often even if it isn’t) it usually followed in form to create a new genre. Just because something isn’t a crime novel nor a maritime novel nor something else that doesn’t or at one time might’ve had a shelf to itself in a library or a Borders (RIP), doesn’t mean it isn’t a Bildungsroman or a novel of manners or the like. And, of course, “novel” and “short story” are genres, as well.
It’s, as Sean’s more telling point goes, what the writer (or painter, or improviser, or comedian) does with the material that matters, not how the material can be tagged (in that other, larger sense).
Or, it’s followed in its form, or format…
And Jamie really starts castigating himself in character when he steps into some ship novels. He really can’t fathom such a thing. OK, that can stop…it’s not brightwork…
Wait… PEOPLE POO-POO SHIP NOVELS?!
I’m starting this episode now. Amber, Jamie, and our host Sean Conroy make for a great team. I’ve enjoyed both of the first two seasons on iTunes and went back to DL and listen to seasons 5 and 6.
This show is fantastic. I look forward to it. I know that Eddie had some notoriety apart from the show, and wish his podcast with the Porter Wagner-style title the best, but I think the change might be an improvement in the show’s consistency.
Good luck with changes and experiments in format. The tangents about your careers are fantastic tangential glimpses into L.A. comedy. All the best.
Oh fuck yeah!
This is wonderful. LSP was great with Pepitone but is even better without him.
Fuck that guy!™
Well, let’s not get crazy here. Yes, a Pepitone-less show still has a lot of potential to be good, but the idea that the show is somehow better off without him is lunacy.
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y = Tracey
z = Gold’s sister
Chancellor’s first name = y
y+(z-sister) = x
Yes! your back can`t wait to listen!
Thanks for the Pandora station recommendation. I’m listening to it now.
This was great! So glad you guys are carrying on.
Really can`t figure out how the show is still just as good without Eddie when im such a big fan of his but I guess that’s a testament to how great you guys are.
Y E S !
Okay, what adult swim show is Sean a head wetter on, I have not heard it mentioned and It’s driving me crazy? Great podcast, I am more than happy that show has continued.
People poo poo ship novels?
I would seriously wear a “”People poo poo ship novels?” shirt. Just saying….
I was devastated when I heard that you guys were thinking if giving up the podcast. It isn’t just ANYONE that I allow into my earholes for an hour (or so) every week. I felt as if I had lost some of my best friends. Hugely relieved to have you all back and hope for many seasons to come! Love u guys.
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