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, December 11, 2013
The Long Shot clammers discuss talent shows, dancing, worlds of leggings, and tugboats.
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Category: Podcasts, Season 7
Ooooh!! OOOOh! Me first!
Another egg-celent episode!!
Classic intro once again!
[...] usually up, but I couldn’t fall back asleep. Instead, I lay in bed for an hour listening to the latest episode of The Long Shot Podcast, which was making me laugh until I cried (only the first part of that is [...]
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‘Cause we got a great big Conroy,
Rockin’ through the night.
Yeah, we got the great big Conroy,
Ain’t he a beautiful sight?
Come on and join our convoy
Ain’t nothin’ gonna get in our way.
We gonna roll this fuckin’ Conroy,
‘Cross the U-S-A.
Convoy ! I mean : Conroy !
For a minute there, I thought Amber was going to announce she was leaving the podcast to pursue dancing. Then I thought how funny it would be if, one by one, everyone left the show until it was just Jamie doing his Li’l Johnny voice for 90 minutes every week.
Holy crap, this was eggcellent. Heuvos yourselfs a merry christmas/hannukah.
IMPORTANT If you’re reading this you must love Sean Conroy’s characters. Assuming that you MUST listen to this weeks Improv for Humans on earwolf (called Six inch witch). The whole episode was awesome but if you can’t get enough Conroy he has an amazing elderly/teenage horny girl character that is hysterical.
And Jamie/Amber if you want to hear the best Eddie-ish non-plug of the show you have to listen to the last few mins of the episode. Sorry Sean for ratting you out but after all the crap you gave Eddie re: plugs I was laughing out loud.
lol @ tiffany’s comment
Jamie, the next time you are on route to Canter’s, swerv and head to Langer’s. The difference in pastrami quality is noticeable, and I’m speaking as a fan of Canter’s pastrami. Langer’s is probably the best pastrami slinger in North America with, perhaps, the exception of Schwartz’s in Montreal.
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