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.
Comedian Bert Kreischer guest hosts with Dr. Drew while Adam is out of town. Together they talk about marijuana addiction, Drew's kids graduating college, and why Bert is the luckiest man in the world.
Since Adam is on his book tour this week, The Adam and Dr. Drew Show presents a classic episode of Loveline which originally aired on Dr. Drew's birthday - September 4, 2000. They answer listener calls about syphillis, birth control, and dealing with bad parenting situations. Also, Adam has terrible gas throughout the entire show. Don't forget to check out the Classic Loveline podcast for more Loveline with Adam and Dr. Drew. Order Adam's new book 'Daddy Stop Talking!' now on Amazon!
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show talking about hegemony and how it can be viewed similarly in very different applications. Adam also talks about his frustration with the overwhelming feeling, especially in California, that every group of people needs to be an accurate racial representation of the community which it resides within. They then turn to the phones and talk to someone about when it's time to cut off a drug addicted loved one and how to move on after being cheated on by a long term girlfriend.
Adam opens the show telling Drew a nice weekend spent with his daughter Natalia working on rope swing and zip line improvements in the back yard. He also recounts Lynette getting mad at him for shaming Sonny for falling behind his sister when it comes to building knowledge. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller about how to balance a full time job with a new baby at home. AdamDrDrewShow.com
Adam and Drew open the show discussing one of Drew's current favorite things, MCT Oil. As the discussion evolves the conversation turns to habit forming with Adam explaining to Drew how he has trained himself in specific areas of his life, citing Catch A Contractor specifically. They then turn to the phones giving investment advice to someone who recently sold a property, and ways that both Adam and Drew have had to learn behaviors in order to maintain harmony in their marriages. As the show wraps up they discuss Dr. Drew's narcissism test that he used to help him write his book. AdamAndDrDrewShow.com
Adam and Drew open the show discussing government and the basic services it should be expected to provide to its citizens, particularly focusing on the recent California drought. They then turn to the phones and talk to listeners about their personal hygiene routines and weather or not they think there is an aspect of 'playing God' when working with fertility treatments. AdamAndDrDrewShow.com
Adam and Drew open the show with a bit of analysis about the recent Mayweather-Pacquiao fight and also the future of boxing as a spectator sport. They then turn to the calls and discuss how to manage a recently diagnosed schizophrenic family member and the effects of long-term antibiotic use. AdamAndDrDrewShow.com
Adam and Drew open the show discussing the recent Mayweather Pacquiao fight and the bit Jimmy Kimmel did as a part of the fight. Adam then relives his prediction that Drew would not watch the Newman documentary at the recent premiere he 'sort of' attended. AdamAndDrDrewShow.com
Adam and Drew open the show discussing Drew's HLN TV show that Adam and Lynette were recently watching with some significant confusion about the coverage of the Baltimore riots. After Drew explains some changes coming to his TV show, Adam recounts a confusing story he was told about the location of his daughter's cell phone before the guys turn to the phones and speak to a listener who has a question about overdosing on edible marijuana. AdamAndDrDrewShow.com
Adam and Drew open the show discussing Adam's good friend Philip the Juggler and his time visiting Loveline. They also discuss some of the more ridiculous TV shows of the 60s and 70s specifically sighting 'The Flying Nun'. Adam then turns to an old picture of him and his buddy Chris to discuss timelessness and foresight and how they are both very important qualities to a successful life. As the show wraps up they turn to the phones and advise a guy who is slipping in his sobriety and a man whose stepfather is having some issues with pornography.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing the upcoming Mangria Bar Crawl and how involved Lynette has been in organizing and preparing for the event. They discuss the sense of accomplishment that comes with working, especially for a business which you own yourself. Adam then tells Drew about a recent email exchange he had with his friend Nick Santora and how it inspired him to teach his kinds something about internalization. As the show wraps up they turn to the phones and listener questions.
Drew opens the show solo discussing the recent medical issue he's been fighting off before asking Chris Laxamana about his new and popular podcast 'Resume'. As Adam joins Drew the conversation turns to time management and Adam's obsession with car rims and how much of his free time is occupied thinking about them. Adam also talks about his desire to display his cars at the upcoming Newman Documentary premiere with period correct rims and tires. They also take calls on PTSD, marijuana addiction and binge eating.
Adam opens the show talking to Drew about their respective plans for today's Easter holiday with their families before the two turn to the phones. They then take calls from a caller who hasn't been able to climax in years and a young man whose father was arrested for sexually assaulting his sister and is trying to figure out what kind of a relationship with him is appropriate.
Adam opens the show telling Dr. Drew about the new car that his wife Lynette just got and how he recently noticed that it was sitting unlocked in the driveway of their house. They also talk about the idea of hard work contributing to the greater good in the form of taxes and take listener phone calls.
Adam is joined this week by Dr. Bruce Heischober. They turn to the phones to take calls on celebrities who turn to politics, how Adam could've gotten his parents more interested in his life and a call from a commercial airline pilot who helps shed some light on the recent Germanwings disaster. AdamAndDrDrewShow.com