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 Dr. Drew open the show discussing Dr. Drew's rekindled love for 'The Love Boat' as Adam explains his theory behind the value in examining commercials and popular entertainment of a time period as it represents what our society is like during that time. Later on, Adam explores his analogy about cars and the male libido before they take a call and explain the key difference between "have to" and "get to". Finally the guys go to the phones and take calls about Hyper-vigilance, the effects of fatherless homes on young men and women, and Adam has a change of heart about allergies.
Adam and Drew get into the transactional nature of relationships and how you need to have an equal balance. Next, they look into some gun death statistics which leads to a broader discussion on how people seek emotion from their news instead of just plain news. Please Support Our Sponsors: ZipRectruiter.com/ADS
Adam and Drew touch base with French Stewart and talk about how to be a good citizen. Next, they revisit the time Adam farted up the studio during a Loveline taping on Drew's birthday and analyze a recent Biden speech. Please Support Our Sponsors: Angi.com
Adam enjoys a smoothie he found outside his house as he and Drew talk about the pros and cons of hired help. Next, the talk to a caller wirth questions about vaccine rhetoric which leads to Drew talking about how we need more trust and public debate. Please Support Our Sponsors: Simplisafe.com/ADAM2 Angi.com
Adam and Dr. Drew start things off exploring a clip from Samantha Bee's show as they attempt to dissect the language being used and how it is in no way helpful to address the problem that it purports to expose. The guys then discuss the opiate problem in America today and how Drew believes that although there were drug companies and states acting irresponsibly, the real story is that of Suboxone and the company behind the so-called treatment drug. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller looking for a definition of malignant narcissism and another looking for a nice way to broach the topic of his dog sitter's body odor.
Adam gets into the problems with bulkhead seating on airplanes before explaining what Drew has in common with Enzo Ferrari. Next, Adam shares a story about a time he didn't do an assignment in high school and how he crowd funded his way into trucking school. Please Support Our Sponsors: Angi.com
Drew shares a thread about COVID origins as Adam shares a theory about when smart people say things like "we'll never know". Next, they take a call from someone who wants to hear their takes on child YouTubers becoming the primary breadwinners in their family before talking about the life of Arnold Schwarzenegger. Please Support Our Sponsors: Angi.com
Drew and Adam get into the Arnold Schwarzenegger docuseries before speaking to someone quitting radiology to become a roofer. They talk about the reasons people are fleeing the medical field and how the notions of right and wrong have shifted. Next, they take a call from someone who has questions about Jamie Foxx's medical condition. Please Support Our Sponsors: Simplisafe.com/ADAM2 Angi.com
Adam and Dr Drew start off by talking about Dr. Bruce having filled in while Dr. Drew was in New York city. Adam talks about how much time people lose trying to keep up a style or trend. Dr. Drew talks about his Covid diagnosis and some complications that had arisen. They also discuss the overwhelming feeling that there is no way to be immune from Covid even if you have been sick and recovered. Finally, they turn to the phones and take a question from a caller wanting their thoughts on success, leading to an in depth examination of how that word's meaning has changed in today's digital world.
Adam and Drew talk about Rochelle Walensky's replacement at the CDC and Adam compares his reaction to Covid to a hotel fire. They remember the time Lori Lightfoot dressed up as a Clorox wipe to announce Trick or Treat guidelines for Halloween. Next, they talk about Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and dissect how the media covered the vaccine. Please Support Our Sponsors: Angi.com TrustAdamDrew.com or call 844-790-9191
Adam and Drew take a call from someone taking HCG who is worried about a testicular cancer relapse and another from someone whose daughter is about to start medical school. Next, they break down a scene from 'Less Than Zero' and Drew wonders how Kim Cattrall's character in 'Sex and the City' looks now in retrospect. Please Support Our Sponsors: Angi.com FastGrowingTrees.com/ADS
Drew explains the miracle of the New York subway before the two discuss how people used to speak in terms of work instead of careers. Next, they talk to a caller with nostalgia for old airplane movies and another whose friend suffered a spinal stroke. Please Support Our Sponsors: Simplisafe.com/ADAM2 Shopify.com/AdamAndDrew Angi.com
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the idea of happiness and some of the reasons behind a recent study Adam heard leaving him to posit that the vast levels of loneliness & unhappiness may be directly linked to the opioid epidemic. They also highlight the importance of family and the ways that 'community' are essential in raising children. They then transition into talk of the Caitlyn Jenner transformation and how they view her journey including an old Loveline clip from '98. Finally, Adam is joined by Dr. Bruce as he talks about how life is harder when you don't have money, before Bruce reminds him of the time Adam learned about 10 speed Camaros.
Adam and Drew are in New York as they get into how they prefer it when people don't make a big deal about their birthdays. Drew explains how shocked he was to discover after decades of working together that Adam's middle name is Lakers before Adam talks about the reviewer who once drilled into his looks. Next, they dissect Adam's unique childhood and relationship with his parents, Please Support Our Sponsors: Angi.com Babbel.com/ADS NetSuite.com/ADS
Adam and Drew talk about the post -Covid cultural climate in New York and how everyone looks different from each other. Adam gets into how his high school diploma really didn't do anything for him and how learning to discipline yourself is the best type of education. They discuss the issues with the "self esteem movement" and how living with dignity can't happen unless you work for a living. Please Support Our Sponsors: Angi.com BetterHelp.com/AdamAndDrew Justworks.com/Podcast