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 Bruce open the show discussing some of the traffic phenomenons that they have experienced in their time living in the Los Angeles area. They also discuss parking meters and how they've been able to come up with a 'smart' solution for meters that make money, but no 'smart' stoplights because it doesn't generate income for the city.
Adam and Bruce open the show continuing a discussion about LASIK surgery that they started in yesterday's show, while also weaving in a fairly good conversation on the idea of regret. They then get into a disagreement over something Adam said so they go to the tape to resolve the issue. The guys also talk listener phone calls including one from a guy grieving over the loss of the family dog trying to figure out how to move past it.
Adam and Dr. Bruce open the show talking about some of the recent officer involved shootings around our country. They then turn to the phones and talk to a caller who is wondering what links may exist between consuming alcohol and having seizures. The conversation then turns to what level of asperger Adam may suffer from.
Adam and Theo Von are back together today and they open the show discussing a variety of topics including, but not limited to, beastiality. The guys then turn to the phones and talk to some listeners including one who wants Adam's take on a sexual act that was brought up on a past show. They also speak a bit about Theo's upbringing in Louisiana and how he came to know his own sexuality.
Theo Von sits in for a traveling Dr. Drew today and he and Adam open the show discussing the end of Adam's tenure on Loveline. After discussing some of Adam's experiences with the locals he encountered in Europe, the guys turn to the phones. They speak to a variety of callers including one with questions about Theo's MTV background, another with a bladder problem and a guy looking for advice on procuring a new vehicle.
Adam and Drew open the show today talking about Adam's early life experiences working as a comedy traffic school instructor before getting into some listener phone calls. They speak to a variety of callers including one in his early twenties who is wondering how to determine when is the right time to settle down and get married and another who is curious how Drew was able to overcome his experiences with panic disorder.
Adam and Drew open the show lamenting the ridiculous heat wave that has struck Los Angeles and they relate it to how it brings up memories of their childhoods specifically when it comes to sports. They then turn to the phones and talk to a variety of callers including one who wants to get Adam & Drew's take on leadership and another who is trying to figure out how much of his history to reveal to those he's dating.
Adam and Drew open the show today discussing the recent OJ Simpson 30 for 30 documentary. They then turn to the phones and talk to a variety of callers on a wide range of topics including if binge watching television can be legitimately addictive, how to get a partner to go into therapy with his partner, and a woman with a significant Xanax prescription who is worried about long term effects.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing the 'participation trophy generation' and how it has permeated all parts of our society. Adam then talks about how his home remodel is starting to wrap up and the timing of his assistant departing for his honeymoon has thrown a bit of a wrench in the plans. They then turn to the phones and talk to a guy dealing with a alcohol problem, another who is worried about head trauma from sparing at a boxing gym, amongst others.
The show opens with Ace and Drew talking about Adam's family history of making sure not only to spend almost no money but to also eat and drink horrible fake versions of products. They then discuss what Adam thinks is the worst car in history. As they go to the phones they speak to a caller who is very successful but can't transition that into any kind of relationship with women. They also speak to a caller who is dealing with a wife that has daddy issues and another who is considering moving to a cheaper area but struggling with moving away from his daughter.
A message from Adam and Dr. Drew regarding a temporary schedule change for the next couple of weeks.
Adam and Drew welcome Vinny Guadagnino into the studio this week, after catching up on Vinny's life post Jersey Shore they turn to the phones and help out some callers. They speak to callers dealing with escalating Adderall use, family strife that extends to a physical level and a comic who is wondering how to address another comic who offended him.
Adam opens the show today telling Drew about the numerous crews he has coming over to his house to fix projects that were previously thought to be completed. Adam also gives an update on the custom sectional sofa we discussed in a previous episode that is slowly driving him insane. The guys then turn to the phones and speak to callers about a variety of topics including Adam's thoughts on Dr. Bruce and the ethics of using a device that allows parents to monitor their children's driving habits.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing some of the more concerning aspects of the recent tragedy in Orlando. They examine how the nomenclature surrounding these incidents tends to change radically based on the narrative that specific people want to paint. They then turn to the phones and talk to callers with a variety of issues including a caller whose mother is suffering from chronic pain and another who is suffering from chronic weakness among others.
Ace and Drew open the show today discussing how sayings from the past such as 'The doctor who treats himself has a horrible doctor' are charming and pleasant yet in the future the sayings that will be adopted from today's generation will be far less prolific and insightful. They then turn to the phones and talk to callers dealing with problems ranging from problems with the appearance of their ears to a woman who fears her twin sister is trying to use her identity to fill prescriptions.