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January 01, 1990 - December 05, 2012 + Martini Shot
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,...
Long on the theft and plagiarism that occurs when the Chinese steal sit com jokes and characters that hard working American writers stole from the...
Long talks about the most powerful part of the human body, if you work in television. It's the thumb. The thumb that tweets.
My dog has a rubber toy that has a hollow core, and what you’re supposed to do is fill the core with peanut butter or...
Rob Long tries and fails to baby-proof his brain. It's a complicated metaphor, but...
Rob Long learns something from the people who work at the Apple Store: when you go on break, always take off your T-shirt and ID...
Rob Long tries to follow the only rule in screenwriting: he tries not to be boring.
Rob Long muses on the only two things that anyone in Hollywood really cares about. Getting credit and getting paid. Not in that order.
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.