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 27, 2013
The Long Shot casual sippers discuss wake-up calls, relationships, Argonauts, and new neighbors.
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Category: Podcasts, Season 7
I beat joe wagner
me too c cobb!
False Start !
You’re both disqualified …
I have to say it was hard to listen to this episode without Amber, the reason being that without her laugh, comments and defense of Jamie, it just sounds like Jamie is getting beat up the whole time.
Jamie wasn’t attacked or anything of the sort this episode. I felt Sean was showing his true colors. Sean didn’t worry about Jamie’s pauses because he trusts him enough to know that the kid would step up to the plate. I wasn’t the same without Amber but I wanted to hear the relationship between Flam and The Roy and how it’s evolved. The unfortunate absence of Amber allowed a glimpse into the relationship which I believe is strengthening its bond every week. Congrats on all of your successes everyone. I’ll try to put the perseverance advice into practice more regarding my photo work.
Keep up the good work of bringing joy to my life every week.
This episode allowed me to see why Jamie Flam is on this show. I think he finally showed his true personality and what his positive qualities are. He was very likeable, kind, funny, and smart. Not annoying at all. I don’t feel shitty for saying this now because this episode has shown me that the usual personality Jamie brings to the table is all kind of coming from feeling uncomfortable or insecure or some other kind of shit. In short, his annoying podcast self is not who he really is. And that’s good to know.
And, Sean, good lord. I love hearing you talk about serious things. You’re such an interesting person. Let this happen more often.
Oh, and Amber, I take dance classes too. I’m not a dance person AT ALL, but I’m obsessed with these goddamn classes. And I just have to say that you are so, so funny. I can’t believe how funny you’ve become over the seasons.
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