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 opens up today's show talking about professions he would never be able to do. They then take a call from someone who is struggling with their business and discuss the tough decisions one has to make in life. Do you give up or do you keep going?
Drew opens up this week's first episode of The Adam and Drew show asking Adam about how previous events can warp and alter depending on who's remembering them. This leads Adam to talk about the need for context when discussing abuse or rape. Before they wrap, Adam and Drew take a call from a guy wondering if he should maintain contact with his ex-girlfriend's daughter.
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show with Drew telling Adam about his fondness for the HBO show 'The Deuce' and how incredibly authentic the show is in representing the 1970s era in which it is set. They then turn to the phones and speak with a caller who is feeling unfulfilled in his life and looking for some advice on making a significant life change. They also speak with a caller who is looking for ways to last longer in bed as well as a caller who is considering getting into a career in counseling.
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing Netflix and what they've seen lately which quickly leads into Adam bringing up a show he saw about OJ and his subsequent revelation about Robert Kardashian's involvement in possibly disposing of evidence from the case. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who wants to discuss the mental health status of his mother who was recently held on a 5150 and then 5250.
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show with Drew reading a New York Times headline about unemployment to Adam. This sparks a wider conversation about personal responsibility and how those kinds of ideas are reported by the media. The guys then turn to the phones and speak to a caller with thoughts on the state of our democracy.
Adam opens the show telling Dr. Drew about a recent interaction between his wife Lynette and daughter Natalia and their mutually shared trait of having a short-ish fuse. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who is interested in the behind the scenes nature of Adam & Dr. Drew's relationship & friendship, specifically within the context of their sometimes heated exchanges on this show. They also speak with past caller Paul who is looking for advice on how to keep a neighbor away and another who is looking for some tips on how to combat jet lag.
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show with Drew going back to the personality test that he recently took and administered to Adam on the air and Drew reveals that he's been trying to change something that was revealed in his test that he doesn't like. They then turn to the phones and speak to a few callers including one who is a huge fan and wanted to say thanks for all they do, another who feels like lately he's been drinking quite a bit and needs some direction.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing the stories that were circulating last week around the stand up set that Louis CK performed at a New York City comedy club and the outrage that has followed from the #MeToo movement. Their conversation evolves to examine the new breed of adult who likes to talk about something that they are into extensively while never actually putting it into practice.
Adam and Dr. Drew open up the show talking about the recent development of producer Matt Fondiler's unfortunate incident with a Bird scooter and the subsequent injury he sustained. They then turn to the phones and speak to a variety of callers including one with a question about blood in his stool, another with thoughts on the recent screen time addiction phenomenon, and finally a caller who has never had her marriage consummated and is looking for advice.
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the new-ish trend of people who are not necessarily liars, however they do engage in lying on a very regular basis. The guys then turn to the phones and speak to a variety of callers including a past caller who wants to try out a joke on the guys, another who wanted to update the guys on a recent report about average wait times at Southern California DMVs and more.
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the parking catastrophe that they were confronted with moments before the mics heated up and Adam uses the conundrum to explain a larger problem that he is confronted with on a regular basis. Adam and Drew then examine the idea of cognitive dissonance and examine how that plays into the behavior of those around us.
Adam and Dr. Drew are joined this episode by comedian Jo Koy for a discussion on Jo's upcoming Carolla Digital podcast 'The Koy Pond.' They also talk about the ongoing construction at Jo's home before taking listener phone calls on a variety of topics including how to recover from losing a high paying job and how marijuana affects mood days later.
Adam and Drew open the show without their guest, porn star Abella Danger, with a conversation about porn, prostitutes and drugs and how those things are commonplace behavior for some people and not even remotely on the radar for others. The guys also discuss the idea of rub & tugs. They then welcome in Abella Danger and talk to her about how she got into the adult film business and what aspects of the business have continued to intrigue her. They also explore how Abella's friends from early life have reacted to her chosen line of work. Adam also learns some new terms including air tight.
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show with Adam telling a story from early in his life wherein someone totaled his parked car by crashing into it while it was parked on the street. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who is interested in who influenced Adam at a young age. The guys also discuss the way that Adam builds his comedy in such a way that he ramps an idea up slowly and builds on itself before it eventually destroys an audience.
Adam and Dr. Drew go straight to the phone lines today and open with a caller suffering from MS which has been leading to her spending a lot of time at home to the point that she's worried she's becoming agoraphobic, another whose daughter is suffering from bacterial vaginosis for several months and is looking for advice. Another caller ask's Adam and Dr. Drew about their thoughts on financial wellness, specifically citing the philosophies of Dave Ramsey and they speak to a caller having trouble finding an employee who can pass a drug test for marijuana and finally a caller with thoughts on the homeless problem, citing San Francisco specifically.