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 Adam and the way he dreams and why it seems that nothing even in his dreams seems to be able to work out. Later the guys welcome podcaster Matt Marr whom Drew recently met at the Podcast Movement Awards when he thanked Adam and Dr. Drew in his acceptance speech. The gang discusses Matt's journey from childhood to today and how his listening to Adam & Drew played a role in that journey.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing some of the current politically correct culture before turning to the phones and speaking to a variety of callers from one who wants to thank them for how they frame projects and tell them how their advice helped him achieve a goal, another who finds it ironic that overweight parents are allowed to be in charge of the health and nutrition of their children, and more.
Adam and Drew open the show talking about their thoughts on the recent practice they've both gotten into of taking very cold showers. Adam and Drew also examine the thought process that many people have and explain why they would ideally like people to not be operating from a place of fear. The guys then turn to the phones and speak to a variety of callers including one with MS who has questions about marijuana use and a caller who wants to thank the guys for all their help.
Adam and Drew open the show by going straight to the phones and speaking to a caller who wanted to thank they for the show and explain the personal goals that he has recently achieved and credits the guys with helping him get through it. They also speak to some callers who have very kind words for our friend Vinnie Tortorich and speak to a caller with a story about his car being towed.
Adam and Drew open the week talking about a protest going on in downtown Los Angeles as they record and they dive into the broader idea of protesting and what kind of people engage in such behavior. They also examine the 'Take A Knee' phenomenon sweeping the NFL at the moment. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who identifies himself a 'Poly' and wants advice on his relationships.
Adam opens the show by asking Drew about some of the TV projects that he is working on getting on the air. The guys then discuss some of the insane comments made by Gavin Newsom over the years including, but not limited to, his seemingly confused interpretation of the word 'access'. Later Adam & Drew turn to the phones and help out some callers with their questions.
Adam and Drew go straight to the phones to end out the week and speak to a variety of callers including one who is trying to figure out why she is perpetually finding herself attracted to drug addicts and alcoholics, another who is wondering how long they should be on Prozac and more.
Adam and Drew open the show today by going straight to the phones and speaking to a caller who is looking for their take on the health & future of the financial markets. They also speak to a caller with a question about why the guys think that procrastination is so prevalent in our society and more.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing a letter that came into the Carolla studios with a plea from a listener's wife and how the contents of that letter may impact families in general. They also examine a video of some recent comments given by Maxine Waters at a funeral of all places and they go to the phones and help out some listeners with their questions.
Adam and Drew record today's show at an unusually early time in the morning and open the show discussing 'morning people' and the correlation between mental strength and the ability to operate at unusual times. The guys also examine a video that was tweeted to Adam regarding trauma and the guys consider why the woman in question is acting the extreme way she is. As the show wraps up we go to the phones and answer some listener questions.
Adam and Drew open the show with Drew telling Adam about a steakhouse he's going to send him to when Adam does his show in Nashville which leads into a conversation about rewards and how building in little rewards for one's self can make work or daunting tasks easier to stomach. They also go to the phones and speak to a caller with a question about how The Man Show would work in today's climate and another wanting some thoughts from Drew on addiction.
Adam and Drew open the show by going quickly to the phones and speaking to a variety of callers including a male nursing student who wants Drew's take on what kind of challenges he may face in a female dominated industry. They also speak with a caller who is working with talk therapy and doesn't feel that it is meeting his expectations in a timely fashion and wants some direction on how to get the most out of the experience.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing self esteem. Adam also tells Drew about his unique perspective as a youngster that was different from those around him in that he was always thinking way down the road as opposed to his friends that were focused solely on what was right in front of them. They also take some listener phone calls including one on Drew's thoughts about pharmaceuticals for children with autism, another who is worried about an abnormal pap smear.
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show by going straight to the phones and speaking to a caller who wants to alert them to a disturbing video on YouTube. The guys also speak about the idea of freedom and how the idea has been morphing over the years. They also continue to examine the op-ed that got a few law professors in trouble for suggesting we should go back to some of our older values from the 1950s.
The guys open the show today with Drew telling Adam about a documentary he is working on focusing on the topic of Opioid addiction. They also take some calls including one on cocaine addiction. Adam and Drew also explore an op-ed that is making the point that we should revert to some of the values from the 1950s as a way to solve some of society's ills.