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 open the show discussing an old article that someone wrote reviewing The Man Show as well as Loveline. They then turn to the phones and talk to a variety of callers including one looking for a new therapist, another considering moving overseas to work for a few years and save money and finally a former soldier who has been having trouble sleeping since having returned home from active duty.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing the impending red carpet premiere of his next documentary film 'The 24 Hour War'. This turns into a conversation about how Adam has a philosophy of just starting things and stumbling into the enjoyable part down the road. Later they turn to the phones and speak to a caller who is working on bringing down his cholesterol and another who is concerned with some hydration advice that Drew was giving in a show from last week.
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the recent departure of Dr. Drew's daily TV show on HLN. They then discuss the somewhat recent tragic passing of Patton Oswalt's wife which was brought up again after Patton's Emmy speech which he dedicated to his late wife. Later they speak to a girl trying to get over an unrealized relationship and she gets some dating tips from the guys.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing the recent traumatic injury that Adam's daughter Natalia suffered. After going down memory lane to talk about some of Adam's childhood injuries the guys turn to the phone and speak to a caller whose sister is suffering from a brain injury. Later they speak to a gentlemen who has a child with a woman who has a drug problem that has led to numerous recent arrests.
Adam and Drew open the show talking about the difference between kinds of feminine hygiene products as well as the very thick green liquid that Adam is drinking courtesy of his nanny Olga. They then turn to the phones and try to make the best of a very morbid topic that a caller has a question about. They then speak on their thoughts on appreciation of achievement and how that manifests itself using cars as a metaphor. They then turn to the phones and speak to someone trying to get off Prozac and another caller who fears his girlfriend is cheating on him.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing the fact that CBS News recently edited an interview with Bill Clinton 'for time' even though it was only a two second comment and how that discredits them as a news organization. Adam also shows Dr. Drew a video showing the pretty biased coverage MSNBE gave to the recent fainting of Hillary Clinton incident at the 9/11 memorial. We then get to a very interesting caller who wants to ask Drew a very intimate question about his future. As the show wraps up they speak to a caller suffering from sleep paralysis and another who is having panic attacks.
Adam opens the show talking about a recent interaction he had with his maid Olga wherein his wife and kids were out of town and Adam called on her to come into the shop to do some cleaning. After getting Drew's thoughts on wether or not he was a dick for calling on her while she thought she was on vacation the conversation turns to the phones and they speak to a caller whose father is refusing to use his CPAP machine and worried about his health. Later they speak to a gentlemen going through a long bout of unemployment. As the show wraps up, the guys take a call from a very special guest, comedian Doug Stanhope talking about his new special 'No Place Like Home'.
Adam opens the show talking to Drew about the antics of his dog Phil E. Cheesesteak before they transition into talking about the studio design of the room they are recording from as well as that of our other studio. They later talk about the recent Wells Fargo apology for some ads they ran that some felt were dismissive of the arts. They then turn to the phones and speak to a new step-father to seven children aged between 8 and 19 who is trying to figure out how and when to discipline. They also speak to another caller who has a question about the legalization of drugs for medical uses including treatment of addiction.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing why Drew is such a bad broadcaster before it is revealed to be a symptom of sleep derivation derived from having to get up in the middle of the night to be on CNN at 7:30am eastern time. The conversation then turns to crime reporters and how some are driven there by circumstances while others are seeking fame. They then turn to the phones and speak to listeners with questions including how to start a relationship.
Adam opens the show ranting about fake melted cheese, and how it is for retarded people. They take a call from a woman who has a brother going through rehab, and a man who is experiencing some depression and doesn't know what is causing it. They close the show talking to a man who is in recovery but is struggling to find a sponsor.
Adam opens the show talking about guys who he knows he wouldn't enjoy hanging out with, just by seeing their vanity license plate. This leads Matt Fondiler to come in and defend his parents and their vanity plates. Next Adam draws a comparison between his father and Angel from the Rockford Files. Then they talk to a caller who is debating adding on to his house or selling it, and Adam quizzes him on his carpentry knowledge. After the Break, they talk to a caller who is questioning therapists' motives.
Adam opens the show asking Drew if Drew cares if Adam presents Drew with an award he's receiving. This leads them to start wondering why their names haven't brought up for the Radio Hall of Fame. They then take a call from someone who heard eliminating sugar from your diet can kill cancer, and someone else who is uncomfortable with his girlfriend's ladies night out. Drew then gives advice to a guy who is trying to get off of suboxone, and they close the show helping out a guy who is wondering how to discipline his children.
Drew opens the show recapping his latest experience singing our nation's anthem, and marvels over how much easier new things are after trying them once. Adam explains how this is part of the process of learning, and how to use that for problem solving using a recent example from his car shop. They then talk to a caller who is struggling through early adulthood, and Adam explains how his politics aren't really politics, just facts. Next they talk to a caller who has some concerns about his elderly mother's driving, and new college student who is uncomfortable with her lesbian roommate having sex while she's in the room.
Drew opens the show lamenting about possibly getting sick from Gary, and Drew recalls the one time Adam got sick. Adam points out how you are less likely to get sick for jobs where you are more needed. They talk to Allen who borrowed money from his girlfriend after losing job and now won't stop bringing it up. They also take a question about peeing sitting down to improve prostate health, and help out a female caller who is going through a rough patch in life with some tough talk.
Adam opens the show telling Drew about an interaction he had earlier this morning in dealing with his assistant Matt concerning TV Producer extraordinaire Steven Bochco. Adam then explains the confusion surrounding antibacterial soap before turning to the phone and speaking to a gentlemen who can achieve orgasm without having any ejaculate come out. They also speak with a caller who was forced to write a paper on a questionable topic as a youngster and another who is trying to figure out his medication after a stroke.