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 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.
Adam opens the show somewhat worked up from yesterday's show and dumbfounded by the stupidity of Americans. They then turn to the phones and Adam fields a question about his movie making endeavors as well as his forthcoming live show on Spike. They then speak to another caller who is having trouble with food addiction and has a question about a new drug.
Adam and Drew open the show with Adam talking about a recent radio show he was listening to where a California Assemblywoman was guesting and talking about Ashely Furniture moving out of state. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who is following up on a call he made to Drew's podcast recently regarding an STD and another who smokes a fair bit of weed and is wondering if it may manifest itself as a problem down the road.
Adam opens the show telling Drew about a trip to Jay Leno's shop that he took today with a couple of fans who flew out from Chicago to visit with Adam and go see Jay's collection. They then talk to a caller who feels that in general he deals with regret well but recently has been feeling a ton of regret over a decision he made. They also speak to a caller who was spanked as a child and is wondering if that's a practice he should be carrying over to his children.
Adam opens the show discussing with Drew the strange wiring he has when it comes to holidays in that he has no desire to observe them but does understand when others would like to. Drew then points out that in the previous week he and Adam's wives were both in New York having fun while they were working. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who is in the midst of driving to a spiritual retreat and another who is trying to figure out when to respect one's opinion.
Adam and Drew open today's show talking about how much bigger Phil has gotten as of late and how he's been loving his life especially since the installation of the Carolla family pool. They then quickly turn to the phones and speak to a gentlemen whose wife was recently diagnosed with borderline personality disorder or bipolar disease.
Adam opens the show talking to Dr. Drew about a realization he had that in the early 2000s that he is now realizing was just simply well ahead of its time. They then turn to the phone and speak to callers including one who is having recurring pain after a back operation. Adam then tells Drew about an experience watching the Rio Olympics with his son Sonny. Later they speak to a caller who is having trouble with a gambling addiction that he is hiding from his wife.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing the fact that Adam will be heading out to go racing in Monterey on Sonny's first day of school and despite that Adam will be taking Sonny with him. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who is wondering if there is a correlation between schizophrenia and alcohol abuse before Adam takes a small detour to tell Drew a story about his mother and her recent purchase. They then turn back to the phones and speak to a few more callers as the show winds down.
Adam and Drew open the show going quickly to the phones and speaking to a caller who has anxiety that he feels is brought on by having to deal with and cover for lazy and inept people at his job. The guys also discuss the idea of wealth redistribution and how it has historically gone when attempted.
Adam and Drew open the show talking about Julius Wechter and the now seemingly lost influence of horns on music in the world today. Then they speak to a caller who has a few pop culture references that exemplify one of Adam's theories on victim mentality, leading into a much larger conversation on the issue. As the show wraps up they speak to a Xanax addict who is looking for advice on how to ween himself off the drug.