Adam Carolla & Dr. Drew Pinsky reunite the partnership that made Loveline a wild success and cultural touchstone. In each episode Adam and Drew take uncensored, nothing-off-limits, calls about sex, drug, medical and relationship issues. Dr. Drew brings the medicine while Adam's comedy and rants are…
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Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the old photo of Adam dressed up for halloween as Mr. T and the subsequent twitter exchange that he got into regarding the topic. They also revisit the topic of David Alan Grier as Drew makes a last ditch effort to convince Adam to attempt to salvage the relationship. Adam talks to Drew about the sending his wife and her friend to racing school. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who has a question about a section in Adam's book 'I'm Your Emotional Support Animal' having to do with apologies.
Adam and Drew take a deep dive on Gaivin Newsom's outdoor dining regulations during the pandemic and compare it to his own public dining experiences at that time. Next, they remember the executive at SoFi stadium's regulations during Super Bowl LVI and Drew wonders why he still has a job. Please Support Our Sponsors: TrustAdamDrew.com or call 844-790-9191
Adam and Drew take a call from a concerned parent whose child is denigrated at school. Drew advises him the only way to get some people to listen is with legal action. Please Support Our Sponsors: AirDoctorPro.com Enter ADAM
Adam remembers how people told him to "just shut up" during the pandemic and explains why he refused so he would be on record the day data came out. Next, they take a call from someone with questions about FDA regulations. Please Support Our Sponsors: Simplisafe.com/ADAM2 Angi.com
Comedian Theo Von joins Dr. Drew and Adam this week and they open the show talking about Theo's home town of New Orleans and the strange stuff that tends to go on there. Dr. Drew talks to Adam about an extended one on one conversation with Stormy Daniels and his thoughts on that interaction. They also discuss their feelings on last week's Stormy Daniels 60 Minutes interview and how some of the answers don't really line up with what the reality of how most people would react. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who wants to try to sway their thinking regarding 9/11.
Adam and Drew take a deep dive into the reason CDC Director Rochelle Walensky resigned. Next, Adam revisits his greatest moment of all time where he delivered the ultimate "FU". Please Support Our Sponsors: BetterHelp.com/ADAMandDREW BlindsGalore.com
People cancelling dish washers leads Adam to explain his process of cleaning dishes. Which of course leads Adam to remember his terrible childhood kitchen. Meanwhile, he solves the mystery of the curious metal rods popping up in his neighborhood. Please Support Our Sponsors: TrustAdamDrew.com or call 844-790-9191 FastGrowingTrees.com/ADS BlindsGalore.com
Adam and Drew discuss certain words you can/can't say on the radio which leads into a broader discussion. They criticize some arbitrary rules that exist because it's just how things have always been done. Please Support Our Sponsors: Netsuite.com/ADS Angi.com BlindsGalore.com, let them know we sent you!
Adam and Drew take a call from someone with questions about Canada expanding their euthenasia laws. Next, they take a look at Michelle Obama's conversation with Oprah where they say a lot without saying anything. Please Support Our Sponsors: Simplisafe.com/ADAM2
Adam and Drew debate what it means to be annoying and if it can be fixed before getting into Mayor Eric Adams diving into the "woke world" when it comes to the migrant crisis. Please Support Our Sponsors: Angi.com
Adam and Drew take a deep dive into the life and murder of Bob Crane. Next they get into a Love Boat episode where Isaac tries to stop his mother from having sex and the sex tape of Jayne Kennedy. Please Support Our Sponsors: TrustAdamDrew.com or call 844-790-9191
Adam and Drew open the show with Adam talking about a radio show he was listening to where a California Assemblywoman was guesting and talking about Ashely Furniture moving out of state. Later the guys discuss control as it relates to the issue of Covid as Drew uses recovery from substance abuse as a way to frame the issue and how people are dealing with it. And finally, Adam goes off on the health and beauty industry after reading an article discouraging daily scrubbing.
Adam shows Drew the ultimate example of Chick Think with a Los Angeles councilwoman blaming Toyota for catalytic converter thefts. Please Support Our Sponsors: Simplisafe.com/ADAM2 TrustAdamDrew.com or call 844-790-9191
Adam and Drew compare Gavin Newsom and Justin Trudeau and how charming candidates getting elected are a product of chick think. They get into how COVID was an aerosol virus and the history of Vegas hotel fires. Please Support Our Sponsors: ZipRecruiter.com/ADS Babbel.com/ADS
Adam and Drew break down the Don Lemon and Tucker Carlson situations and conclude that we live in a nation of nosy neighbors. Next, they take a call from someone who has questions about white supremacists. Please Support Our Sponsors: Simplisafe.com/ADAM2
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing a declaration by the American Psychological Association labeling traditional masculinity to be 'harmful' and what that means for our society. The conversation then turns to some of the similarities that are emerging today with some of the social aspects of the 1980s. They also explore Adam's interview on The Adam Carolla Show with Leah Remini, and discuss their own personal experiences with Scientology. The guys put out a call on social media for followers of Qanon to call into the show to help them understand what they are always hearing about in the media.
Drew tells Adam about the unaired pilot to 'All the Family' with a different cast. Adam remembers the episode where Meathead came into some money and demonstrates how an episode over 50 years old accurately predicted the future of today's political climate. Please Support Our Sponsors: AirDoctorPro.com Enter ADAM
Adam revisists the Twitter war he got into with the Unified Teachers of Los Angeles about school closures. He then questions who won in the long run with the new data we know today. Please Support Our Sponsors: HelloFresh.com/ads50 and use code: ads50
Adam and Drew recall the time their plane was delayed because of a broken latch on an empty overhead compartment which Adam compares to the COVID response. Next, they hear from a distressed caller who has a major problem with a guest Drew had on his show. Please Support Our Sponsors: SimpliSafe.com/Adam2
Adam and Drew start things off by examining drug addiction and the realities behind the motivation of addiction. Later, Adam explains the differences between analog and digital people, specifically how much easier it is to have a productive conversation with a fellow analog. And finally, they go to the phones where they speak with a caller who is trying to figure out why she is perpetually finding herself attracted to drug addicts and alcoholics.
Adam talks to Drew about his father's time in trade school which leads them to a broader discussion about the fear of failure. Next, they take some calls from an anonymous woman struggling with anxiety, a guy with a question about Mark Geragos, and someone wondering if silver fillings release mercury. Please Support Our Sponsors: LectricEBikes.com
Adam revisits the time he debated Gavin Newsom on highway flower vendors and the California Highway Patrol. Next Adam and Drew take some listener calls including one about social media algorithms by state. Please Support Our Sponsors: NetSuite.com/ADS
Adam and Drew get into Elon Musk's BBC interview and the fact checks about hate speech. Next, Adam gives some examples of people who need to "tamp it down" when it comes to their impulsive and tribilist nature. Finally, they discuss the problem with flower vendors. Please Support Our Sponsors: Simplisafe.com/ADAM2
Adam and Drew open the show talking about doing the right thing and how a large portion of people seem to be able to justify things like stealing if they can convince themselves that the victim can afford it. They also discuss the idea of character and how instilling it in children is an important job that in Adam's household is the purview of one parent more than the other. The guys turn to the phones and speak with a caller renting from their in laws and wondering what their obligations might be when one was kicked out and another caller looking for advice on dealing with respiratory illness in her son. Sticking with phones they later speak with a caller from the UK who is concerned about the direction of society.
Drew learning about the death of Raquel Welch leads to Adam explaining the reasons why he watches TMZ. Next, a caller asks what we can do to bridge gaps so people can work together and another caller has questions about his muscle spasms.
Adam breaks down the 2023 Mayoral Election in Chicago. Next, they take a call from a guy who caught his 16 year old daughter watching porn and Dr. Drew explains to him the average age of pronography exposure. Finally, they take another call from someone who has found a "Wow Wow Wubbzy" example for adults.
Dr. Drew shares Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.'s thoughts on the failure of the US Neocon strategy and Adam appreciates his concise ideas. Next, Adam calls out a TMZ headline about dolphin harassment and shows Drew why it was an empty story. Please Support Our Sponsor: Simplisafe.com/ADAM2
Adam and Drew open today's show talking about the shift that Adam has noticed in our modern television commercials and how it relates to a shift in the messaging during the DNC he'd watched. The guys turn to a clip from The View who had salon owner Shelly Luther on as a guest to discuss her controversial decision to open her business in the face of orders to remain closed. They then turn to the phones and speak to a pharmacist with questions about how to help with the opioid epidemic and more.
Adam and Drew get into Phil Silvers' appearance on 'The Love Boat' before checking out some classic commercials from Gillette and Maxwell House. Next, Adam shows Drew a clip of Sunny Hostin on 'The View'. Please Support Our Sponsors: ZipRecruiter.com/ADS
Adam and Drew take a deep dive into the life of Archie Bunker on ' All in the Family'. Next, Drew gives a caller his thoughts on the HPV vaccine. Please Support Our Sponsors: Simplisafe.com/ADAM2
This week, Dr. Drew's remote from Austin, while Ace shares his travel schedules, and the changes in physical ability at a later stage in life. Drew tells Adam about a rise in young men preferring to hire prostitutes over seeking a romantic partner and they hear from a caller who wants to talk about the spiritual differences between Adam and Drew. Please Support Our Sponsors: BetterHelp.com/ADAMandDREW FastGrowingTrees.com/ADS
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the frustrating nature problems like homelessness and how the arguments that people make surrounding such problems end up being an impediment to actually making any progress in resolving the underlying problem. They also discuss the absurdity that is the number of rules that exist in Los Angeles that only become more frustrating in the wake of rules being ignored when it comes to the homeless population. Adam is joined by Dr. Bruce where Adam gives Bruce a bit of a dressing down over the coffee he is consuming before starting to tell Bruce a story about his agent James 'Babydoll' Dixon. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who believes she may have met Adam when he was teaching comedy traffic school. Sticking with the phones, Adam and Dr. Drew speak with a caller who has questions about Hollywood types and the lack of conservative speech coming from that community.
Adam and Drew hear from a man going through the process of adopting in Germany and someone with thoughts on Jason Momoa. Next they take a dive into the speaking style of Willie Wilson. Please Support Our Sponsors: ForThePeople.com/Adam or dial #Law from your mobile device
Adam shows Drew some clips from an old children's show called 'Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!'. Then, he explains how this show foreshadowed the downfall of America's youth. Please Support Our Sponsors: Babbel.com/ADS
Drew tells Adam about a professor getting verbally attacked by students during a lecture on evolutionary psychology before the two discuss the fear being ignited in America by Trump's possibility of being reelected. Next, they discuss the University of Michigan employing 142 diversity, equity, and inclusion staff members. Please Support Our Sponsors: AirDoctorPro.com Enter ADAM
Adam and Dr. Drew discuss Harvey Weintstein's sexual abuse scandal and Adam questions the hubris behind Weinstein's vocal support for reinstating Roman Polanski to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Dr. Drew uses the Yanny/Laurel clip as an example of how perceptual differences can feed cognitive distortions and paves the way for confirmation bias. Later, they guys go to the phones where they take calls including one from a caller looking for advice on dealing with his sister-in-law's opioid addiction and another looking to get a handle on his depression.
Adam gets into showing his 'Uppity' documentary to Byron Allen and takes a dive into the odd practices of Rotten Tomato scoring. Next, they take a look at Stanford's associate dean of diversity joining a student protest as they shout down a Fifth Circuit appellate judge. Finally, they talk about how financial strain may lead companies to stop embracing woke culture. Please Support Our Sponsors: Simplisafe.com/ADAM2 ForThePeople.com/Adam or dial #Law from your mobile device
Adam and Drew take a look at Tucker Carlson's recent comments on 'Redacted' and discuss how Biden's policies are based mostly on prognostics. Next, Drew tells Adam about a recent protest of a judge who was speaking at Stanford University. Please Support Our Sponsors: Babbel.com/ADS
Adam shares the two different types of people who would want to become a prison warden before he and Drew break down a Gatorade commercial and analyze the mixed messaging in Subaru advertising. They revisit some Nike messaging to women and discuss how Adam's "in 50 years we'll all be chicks" prophecy has come to fruition. Please Support Our Sponsors: RocketMoney.com/ADS Netsuite.com/ADS
Adam and Dr. Drew are joined this episode by comedian Jo Koy for a discussion on Jo's Carolla Digital podcast 'The Koy Pond.' They then turn to the phones and a caller turns them on to 'Hello Groceries' by Chase, a 70s gem that Adam & Drew have a good time breaking down. Adam also recounts to Drew and funny one two punch he suffered when trying to communicate with one of his guys. Adam and Drew discuss lingo that was prominent in the 70s.
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing one of their favorite things, the 1970s show 'The Love Boat', specifically highlighting an episode in which a middle aged Steve Allen guest starred and the storyline involved his fighting of a young bombshell who is aggressively coming onto him. Drew then shares a video he found on Tik Tok discussing narcissism and victimhood movements. They also discuss the recent footage that has been coming out from the events at the Capitol building on January 6th. Please Support Our Sponsors: Go to ForThePeople.com/Adam or dial #Law from your mobile device
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the Netflix docu-drama series 'Drive to Survive' which follows each season of Formula 1 racing as Adam expresses his frustration that many people will write it off entirely without ever giving it a chance. They also discuss the recent murder trial of Alex Murdaugh in South Carolina and they marvel at the sheer number of people in his orbit who lost their lives in various manners. They also speak to a caller who feels chronically depressed and is looking for advice on how to better his situation. Please Support Our Sponsors: This Show is Sponsored by Better Help BetterHelp.com/AdamAndDrew