The birthplace of the beer-filled aisle slip-and-slide, the LIRR has long been a fertile ground for unintentional comedy, practically requiring intoxication as a prerequisite for boarding.

So Corey Cohen's new LIRR series, "Off-Peak/Late Night," seems like a long time coming. The comedian, armed with a e-cigarette he pretends is a microphone, just asks a few questions and lets semi-coherent drunk Long Island be semi-coherent drunk Long Island.

"Uh, the meaning of life, I would say, is uh, fuck bitches, get money."

Drunk or sober, however, New Yorkers seem to know their politics. Cohen can't get anyone to comment on Obama shutting down the George Washington Bridge.

But in the process, he does invent a new sport: drunk luggage rack racing.