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January 01, 1990 - December 28, 2012 + Martini Shot
Rob Long cleans out his garage, hauls away a pile of old junk, and gets a lesson in sizzle...
Rob Long somehow manages to convincingly – he hopes – compare television shows, this year’s crop of Oscar nominated movies, and complicated Japanese toilets.
Someone finally makes money on the web. And it’s not a cat playing the piano. Century City is quaking in fear.
Rob Long talks about bitter jealous rage, unhealthy mental attitudes, and stewing in your own bilious filth -- and how all of those things will...
There’s probably no one in the entertainment business who hasn’t thought, at some point, “that’s it. No more of this. I’m out of here.... ”
On today's Happy New Year Martini Shot, Rob Long talks about the Golden Globes, fifth grade math tests, and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il...
Rob Long on just how bad some of his real life dialogue can be...
Rob Long makes a fool of himself at Home Depot, but for a very good reason....
Rob Long answer the world's most important question...
Rob Long on the first and only way to get something you really want. You have to ask for it -- at least three times....
Rob Long on the differences and similarities between late night wine-fueled Internet shopping, and watching the first cut.
The movie business is smarter than the television business, because in the movie business they get their money before they let you see the movie....
Rob long tells us what the three biggest mistakes television producers make are. But, as usual, it's a metaphor...
Rob long takes cruel and old-fashioned nineteenth century techniques for dealing with the insane, and uses them on his co-workers.