Each week, comedians Sean Conroy, Jamie Flam, Amber Kenny, and Joe Wagner discuss their struggles and general terror of everyday life... it's a comedy podcast.
The Long Shots contemplate epiphanies, the memorization of PowerPoint scripts, and the specificity of a Fucktown rug. Music: "Come On Come On" by Jeffery Everhart
Sans Joe and Jamie, Sean and Amber manage to discuss magic tricks, the fxxking annxxxxnxx of xbscxnxtx, and the objective superiority of New York pizza(zzzz...). Music: "Eat Around The Pudding" by Jake McKelvie & The Countertops
The Long Shots consider getting to the airport expeditiously, the disposability of pee pads, and knowing every joke on the internet. Then, they're joined by Hawaii's own Frank Pulaski, who celebrates his birthday by sharing a nugget (not a boba, decidedly not a boba!) of wisdom. Music: "Not Sure" by Green Apple Cat (aka Scott Waterhouse)…
The Long Shots are joined by former producer, old pal, podcaster, and hiker Andrew Steven to discuss his new podcast, Trail Weight. They also discuss movies they haven't seen, and Amber's new best friend. His name is Smudgy. Music: "2001" by Jeffery Everhart
The Long Shot Clique investigates the classic Bateman wink take, how far men will go not to go to therapy (far!), and what's wrong with the government, and also they read some mail. Music: "Cribbage Champs" by Jake McKelvie & the Countertops
The Whole Crew explores the wonders of Waze, experiences a panic attack in Larchmont, rides the proverbial and literal pine, and doesn't like popping anything except that ass (a commonly used expression). Music: "The Charismatic Slug" by Green Apple Cat (aka Scott Waterhouse)
While Joe and Jamie are gallivanting all over town (for secular and religious reasons), Amber and Sean talk about Training Day, check in on Dave, and can't wait to vote Mitch out. Music: Bad Funk by Jeffery Everhart (1995)
The Lo Sho (Slow) Pos almost scarf an unscarfable, figure out who The Overlord is (with the help of a book titled The Farts of Warts), and repeatedly get rejected by dogs.
The Long Shot Compadres create inside jokes, understand that human beings say mean things to each other, and desperately attempt to fit ten pounds of shit into a ten pound bag.
The Long Shoteadors re-explore Joe's relationship with his aunt and grandmother, play pool at a Savage pool party (not with Savage), and contemplate the ethereally visceral beauty of lambscapes.
This week the Long Shotissimos debate cardboard laptops, hotdog volcanos, Aleppo Buca di Beppo, and the indisputable fact that Jesus was dope.
In their first bilingual podcast, Los Podcasters de Tiro Largo chat about Dracula's dog, welcome Shimway, and try to decide whether Jamie Flam is the Ted Cruz of comedy (in terms of travel, not charisma).
With Amber away on assignment and Jamie lost yet again in the torpor of Valentine's Day, Joe and Sean welcome back the Bitter Buddha (Eddie Pepitone) for an exploration of the Cecil Hotel's location vis a vis Joe's apartment, the privileges inherent in rooftop access, and the vast cognitive dissonance between commercials and reality.…
The Long Shot Bunch practice Lion's Breath, mime goosebumps, know a Tik Tok podiatrist who grills with his Dad (the absolute delight of millions of Tik Tok viewers!), investigate wallpaper on Pinterest, and generally have a grand old time. Also, the Flam abides.
The Long Shotaholics give everything their best John Candy while dodging the long arm of the law, invent thumbles (which turn out to be very similar to the similar-sounding "thimbles"), and get to pet a dog for the first time in quite a while. Join them.
The Long Shotniks put on a newscaster amount of makeup, feel all the things up to and including disdain for the expression "feel all the things" and the people who use it, and eat some nasty-ass pancakes.
The LoShowers put the "lit" in politics, Jamie makes his new lamp the centerpiece of his domicile, and absolutely NAILS a "Yes and...," and things are Heating up with Duncan Robinson (who doesn't know that, and wouldn't care if he did).
The Long Shooters are more upset about current events than they have been in a long time- possibly since the episode they recorded right after the bombardment of Fort Sumter in 1861 (the notorious "What's Abner Doubleday Been Up To?" episode). They also discuss The Singularity, and whether or not it's possible, sometimes, to pull out too far.…
The Long Shotters reveal a new undisclosed location, contemplate adopting appliances from a shelter, lament the potential return of the Immaculata or Encantada or Chimichanga or whatever it is, and are finally able to obtain and consume a rare and rarely delivered Colombian delicacy to Zoomily celebrate the ringing-in of the New Year.…
The LoShoPoHoHoers demonstrate appropriate reverence for Fat Lever's 13.9 PPG career average (or at least for the Topps basketball card that shows that statistic), search for their falsetto, relish and abhor a particular Denny's bowl, and can't find Colombian delivery to save their Christmas Zooms.
The LoShoPo cadre explores Shakespearean distinctions between milk and sour cream, the spiritual, emotional, and musical value of one smile and one laugh, and how to get a deli number for the vaccine, on this special Christmas episode (which also happens to be the darkest episode ever) (according to some) (a few) (one?) (maybe more than one, not su…
The LoShoPo crew finds new digs, sees a ghost, drinks a hoppy I.P.A. (but not for the soft and fluffy taste), loses to Hitler, and welcomes special guest comedy producer and photographer extraordinaire, Mandee Johnson, author of Super Serious: An Oral History of Los Angeles Independent Stand-up Comedy.…
The Long Shot cohort (LoShoPoCoHo?) deliberates a beautiful state that's leading the country in a number of undesirable categories, the mixed emotions of helter-skelter theatrical efforts being rewarded with the sound of the internet blinking, and dating your own hair.
The Long Shot crew laments that they are once again back to zero days with a full complement, stops at Morongo Casino for a very specific reason and hits the jackpot, time travels via the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade, recognizes a building in a Beastie Boys documentary, and absolutely houses a Denny's Thanksgiving dinner.…
The gang dives deep into the Phil Collins oeuvre, locates a missing driver's license, gets blindsided by The Blind Side (from directly above), contemplates a quick jaunt to Joshua Tree, and excoriates a mask-less plumber.
What's this?? An unexpected Halloween drop of a Long Shot Zoom recording session recorded last weekend?? YES, IT IS EXACTLY THAT! As the planet veers towards possible End Days, the gang got together to check in on fancy sandwiches, celebrity lawn sightings, government cheese, and on-set temperature checks. PLUS A BUNCH OF OTHER STUFF!…
Eddie Pepitone explains Freudian child psychology, how default settings can make achieving happiness regularly more difficult, and what the hell happened to Orson Wells.
Sean Conroy Gets Happier is a curious exploration of the art and science of happiness. As a comedian, Sean Conroy has spent his entire career trying to make other people happier. He's experienced everything from crackerjack, blockbuster, megahit success to incredible, amazing, life- changing success. In fact, the only person he hasn't managed to ma…
Sean, Jamie, Amber, Joe and special guest Jen Kirkman reflect on 9.5 years of The Long Shot with one final checking in, a listener mailbag, one final parting shot and a whole lot more!
The loshopo talk about feelings, emotions, and what they all love... plus a big announcement.
This week’s episode is all about fireworks, earthquakes, pool parties, and breaking news.
Joe drinks his electrolytes and makes big money moves. Jamie rides the carousel and harbors his “fuck-yous.” Amber tries a sewing class and multi-needle packs. Sean dispenses verbal quips and shares some birthday facts.
Sean impresses us with his nautical knowledge, Jamie brings in a “Hanukkah” themed checking in, and Amber comes clean and reveals a big secret!
Sean opens a surprise present from Australia on air, Amber auditions for a few commercials with a burned forearm, and Joe leaves the show… will the mystery of his drinks ever be revealed?Be sure to check out listener Scott’s spoons.
Amber eats Italian, Sean reads and email, Jamie talks about three things, and guest Wayne Federman talks about his week and we talk about his podcast, “The History of Standup.”
Sean watches a miniseries, Amber Googles “limbo,” and Joe makes big money moves.
Sean watches TV, Jamie moves his car, and Amber makes a phone call.
Amber wins the lottery and Sean rents a movie.
Joe has some good news and bad news, Amber wears lip gloss and dances, and Sean opens the mailbag.
Sean and Joe talk it out.
Sean differs, Joe drives, Jamie dreams, and Amber drinks.
Sean rings a bell, Jamie doesn’t wear a mask, and Amber gets married!
Sean alliterates and Jamie buys buddha bowls and big bottle of booch…
Jamie tries to redeem himself, Amber tries not to cry, and Sean tries to get everyone dancing.
Sean reads a letter, Joe sends a text, and Amber writes a bible.
Live from a small back room, all four of the LoShoPo record an episode (of the podcast).
Amber bachelorettes, Joe Butterfingers, Sean “bakes”, and special guest, Gary Anthony Williams birthdays (and birds).
Sean rants, Joe returns, Amber re-enacts, and we remember Brody Stevens.
Jamie does comedy with kids, Sean has a reunion, and Amber is superstitious.
Jamie does comedy with kids, Sean has a reunion, and Amber is superstitious.