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January 01, 1990 - January 21, 2013 + Martini Shot
Rob Long on who gets credit – and money – for what on a writing staff. And more importantly, who gets blame.
Rob Long discusses the three stages of a writing staff – when everybody's nice, when everybody's funny, and when everybody's mean. It happens fast.
Rob Long goes to a French restaurant, tries to break the rules, and fails -- and he twists the whole thing into a parable about...
Rob Long drives around and gets lost, and then does what people do when they're in the car and trying to figure things out: he...
Rob Long can't take a compliment from an executive, and as punishment, he's subjected to an awkward personal conversation. It was worse than it sounds.
Rob Long talks about the cruelest thing you can do to a room full of writers. No, not more script notes. It involves lunch.
Rob Long spins a writer's fantasy. What would it be like to spend a day with a studio or network executive, and give them notes...
Rob Long talks about golf, dating, food poisoning, and how all three are perfect ways to describe the television business.
The only thing Rob Long doesn’t really like is goat cheese, but for some reason, people still want him to try it. How that’s like...
Rob Long suffers with a sore throat, which he didn't get from screaming at the production staff -- although it doesn't hurt to let people...
Rob Long finally break down and gets what everyone in Hollywood has. An assistant. Now he just needs something for him to do.
It's hard to be a star these days. There's so much competition...
Rob Long learns exactly how long an actor will remember the worst night of their career. Answer: twenty years.
Rob Long moves his office from home to something a more formal, but a place that's quiet enough to get something done without being a crypt...
Rob Long cleverly embeds an advertising message for a popular brand of Diet Soda in an example of integrated advertising. You won't even notice it.