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January 01, 1990 - November 22, 2012 + Martini Shot
Rob Long gets a free trip to a former Soviet republic and somehow applies that to show business. It's complicated.
Something most people in Hollywood would rather not do: make the script better. By listening to executive notes.
Rob dives into an old controversy about women comedy writers, aggressive joke pitching, and the transgendered...
Rob Long on one of the stupidest things he's said – not ever, just in the past 48 hours – and how you can sometimes...
The only reason anyone is nice to anyone else in the entertainment business: because friends are your retirement plan.
Rob impresses an agent by ordering a cobb salad. Apparently, impressing an agent is easy to do...
Rob Long on the only way to save a project from certain failure: fire the writer.
Rob Long on the foundations of the television business: funny jokes at the end of the scene and attractive people to look at. Everything else...
Rob Long talks about smoking, which is a deadly and cancer causing habit, of course, but does make bad dialogue seem more interesting.
Rob Long talks about his highly professional way of meeting deadlines. Which is by figuring out how they don't really apply.
Rob Long talks to others in the entertainment business and gets talked to in return – like you would a dangerous and volatile mental patient....
Rob Long talks about good news and bad news, the difference between pessimism and catastrophic thinking. He also converts to Judaism.
Rob Long talks movie stars, CGI, Bob Saget, and little people. Somehow, he make it work...
Rob Long talks about that famous movie where two women go on a crime spree and drive off a cliff. He’s speaking, of course,...