The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
Summary: 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 the spoonful of sugar to make it go down.
Adam and Drew are back together for a conversation about working small to big and the prominence of that style of thinking in today's society, especially when it comes to government. The pair discuss a politician who is trying to ban e-cigarettes in California while seemingly ignoring the larger problems of our school system and public roads. They also take listener phone calls including a question about memory loss after sobering up from meth and someone trying to cope with life after cheating on his wife.
Adam and Drew get together for a long discussion about delayed gratification and some of the issues that Adam has been confronted with when it comes to his longtime friend, Ray. They take listener phone calls on marijuana addiction studies, suicide attempts, and borderline personality disorder. And Adam proposes a new business idea.
Adam and Drew are joined by actor and author, Fred Stoller, and his lawyer, David Albert Pierce, to talk about a frivolous lawsuit. They discuss how ludicrous the American legal system can be with Fred sharing the story of his suit and relating it to Adam's patent troll lawsuit. Later they wrap the show up taking listener phone calls on hyper vigilance and preparing for twins.
Joseph Sorge, director of the new documentary 'Divorce Corp.,' joins Adam and Drew for a very frank conversation about the divorce rules in this country and how they compare to those of other countries. They also take listener phone calls on career paths, the NuvaRing, and addictive personalities.
Adam and Drew are back together for the start of 2014 and Adam tells a story about a problem he had with his auto insurance company. They also take some phone calls including one from a man who is extremely concerned that his family members can't maintain a budget. The pair then give their opinions on second-hand smoke.
Adam and Drew discuss the fundamental difference between men and women. They then take calls on marijuana use, high blood pressure medication and Drew has an addition to Adam's bathroom rules.
Adam and Dr. Drew are joined by good friend David Alan Grier and they discuss the Manti T'eo story and take calls on hernia surgery, women who don't want to commit and bits from days past.
Adam and Drew welcome good friends of the program Adam Ray and Brad Williams to close out 2013. Drew recounts his favorite memory from the show this year and Adam recalls a bit he always wanted to do on The Man Show involving the Gay Yellow Pages. Later they take listener phone calls including a question about yeast infections, IUDs relating to smelly vaginas and how to approach a therapist about medication.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing their recent award as iTunes' Best New Podcast of 2013 before transitioning into a discussion about Adam's Paul Newman documentary. Later Drew brings up a new documentary he's involved in called 'Divorce Corp.' which leads Adam to give an extended explanation of how divorces work. Later they take calls including a listener who thinks he has the answer to Drew's bathroom mystery.
Adam and Dr. Drew address the new message on the California freeway signs before taking some listener calls and discussing the art of improvisation.
Adam tells Drew about his recent trip to Sacramento and Fresno. They also take some listener phone calls about pornography and certain nicknames used within the African American community.
The show begins with an update of Drew's ongoing investigation in regards to the the toilets at the studio. They also take listener phone calls on discussing sex with your children, losing the spark after marriage, and a parent struggling with the decision to throw his daughter out of the house.
Adam and Drew discuss curious family behaviors. They also take listener phone calls from a parent with a white supremacist child and a husband who is considering cheating on his wife.
On the 100th episode of The Adam and Dr. Drew Show, Adam explains some of the policies he would like to see if he were president. They also take a deep look at the history of president John F. Kennedy.
Adam and Drew share Thanksgiving memories, talk to comedian Jimmy Pardo, and answer listener calls.