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January 01, 1990 - October 03, 2013 + Martini Shot
Rob Long reveals the secret to being a powerful and effective agent: listening to clients on the phone, playing Candy Crush, and doing nothing.
In the worst possible move, Rob reads an article about himself on the web, and then reads the comments.
We learn the nice way to pass on a television pilot, and a soothing term for a plane crash. A controlled flight into terrain. A...
The three things that make a great movie producer: lots of money, an impulsive nature, and an irrational mind. Those last two tend to be...
What happens when the world wide web meets the old television business, or what Rob Long calls, the world wide Webster.
We take two million dollars and we give it to forty eight people we find on Hollywood Boulevard. Or, as some call it, we focus...
We repaint a set instead of doing what we need to do, which is rewrite the scene. But repainting is easier because somebody else has...
On today’s Martini Shot, I sell a series without a script starring an actor who doesn’t even know the project exists. In other words, it’s...
Rob Long makes demographically undesirable references and attempt to appeal to the young people on the Facebook website.
Rob complains about other writers who complain about other writers, and decries the pettiness of his colleagues in a really petty way.
An actor throws a big party to watch his television debut. What he doesn't know is, he's been cut from the show. Humiliation, as always,...
I handle my powerful enemies in the best Hollywood way: I wait like a coward until they’re fired, and then I pounce.
An actor fires his agent for telling the truth, and another fires his agent for lying. In other words, we do the impossible: we sympathize...
Rob Long wears a thing on his wrist that tells him how much exercise he's gotten and how long his career might last. It syncs...
Everyone in Hollywood hires lawyers to protect against the disaster that happens when something is successful. It's perverse, which is why only the lawyers understand...