The Adam and Dr. Drew Show show

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.

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 #1611 That's What They Do, That's Not What I Do | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:42:02

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show talking about Adam's recent 'Adam Carolla and Friends' show at the Hollywood Improv and why it took him so long to come around to executing an idea that he was readily aware of for an extended period of time. Dr. Drew also brings up a recent conversation that he had with Alex Berenson wherein he asked Alex to do some self-assessment only to discover that he has largely been correct on many topics in the past few years. Adam also harkens back to the approaching two year anniversary of an article Newsweek wrote about Adam's 'false claims' on Twitter about Covid. Please Support Our Sponsors: let them know we sent you

 ReDrew (The Adam and Dr. Drew Show Classics) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:42:56

Adam and Drew start off speaking about Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's state of the city speech and the comments that he made regarding the city's homeless population and his somewhat nonexistent actions to backup his words. Later on the guys are joined by renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and they discuss what potential solutions exist for the human inflicted climate change that everyone agrees the earth is experiencing. To finish things off Adam and Dr. Drew express their thoughts on appreciation of achievement and how that manifests itself using cars as a metaphor.

 BEST OF: #1423 Good Luck Un-Ringing The Dumb Bell | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:38:31

Drew opens the show vexed by someone who was asking him about 'Big Pharma' and he attempts to have Adam help him understand what exactly he is able to do as a healthcare professional when someone has such feelings. They then review the breaking news (as we record) that the CDC has advised that fully vaccinated people do not need masks in indoor or outdoor settings save for some rare exceptions. They also review a clip of Adam on 'The Doctors' in late 2020 with some views that while controversial at the time, have aged very well.

 BEST OF: #434: Stiller Pinsky | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:37:43

Adam and Drew open up the show with Dr. Drew exceptionally fired up about the recent situation with Ben Stiller needing to have his prostate out due to cancer and the ridiculous reaction that Drew believes Stiller has been getting on social media with dangerous medical advice. The guys then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who has a severely alcoholic mother that he is considering excluding from his coming child's life.

 BEST OF: #030: Jim Jefferies | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:12:41

Adam and Drew sit down with comic Jim Jefferies, star of FX's Legit, to discuss why its harder to sell tickets in Los Angeles as well as the infuriating differences between today and the Elvis/Sinatra era. Later they discuss how tuned out people have become and examine some comments made about Adam by another radio host.

 Deja Drew (The Adam and Dr Drew Show Classics) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:35:52

Adam and Drew open today's episode of The Adam and Drew showing talking about celebrities who use external manifestations to hide something about their personal life that they don't want the public to know about. The conversation later turns to the tragic passing of Tom Petty and how opiates played a role in his death. After turning to the phones, a call about Drew's shoulder pain inspires Adam to reimagine the lyrics of a Jimmy Dean Classic.

 #1610 What Else Might You Be Wrong About? | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:45:43

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing 60 second life in review videos of older actors and what they accomplished in their careers. They also discuss vaudeville and Pagliacci leading to a conversation about music pitting Smokey Robinson's 'Tears of a Clown' against Prince's 'Erotic City' with a very animated Adam giving his thoughts. Drew later circles back to his studies of performers and points out his astonishment that many, if not most of those who succeeded came from affluent backgrounds. They also discuss how that phenomenon translates to very little today with the notable exception of Formula 1 racing. The discussion of racing leads Adam to harken back to his childhood and experiences of going to Malibu Grand Prix with friend's fathers. Please Support Our Sponsors:

 #1609 People Have Feelings and They Know Things / The Gift of Low Self-Esteem | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:44:55

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show trying to figure out the recent controversy with the 'Turning Point USA Nazis' as described on The View and why the focus doesn't seem to be in the right place. Adam also laments people who "know things" in today's covid age despite not having information that is remotely correct. Adam also explores how kids tell stories and how that methodology applies to adults who don't think straight but rather let feelings bleed into their storytelling. Adam and Drew also explore the different ways that people respond to attention and how attention can be viewed as a currency by some in a way others do not. They also speak to a caller who has a question about an impending ACS guest that leads to a highly confusing situation.  Please Support Our Sponsors: American Hartford Gold -

 #1608 Since When Does Paying For Everything Count For Nothing? | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:37:40

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing education and how the process changes as one ages and how you can shift to be effective in a different way as you get older. They also speak to a variety of callers including one looking for advice as a soon to be first time father and another who wants to thank them for keeping him sane these past few years Please Support Our Sponsors:

 The Drew-Over (The Adam and Dr Drew Show Classics) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:33:40

Adam opens the show telling Drew about a phone call he had with his father just moments before the show started and tells Drew about the contents of the call, including wether or not The Oscars came up… after Jimmy Kimmel had hosted for his first time. They also discuss calls from the left to make President Trump release his tax returns and the unfortunate reality of how wealthy people interact with and attempt to defeat the tax code within the confines of the law. And finally, Adam and Drew’s initial false start for the phones leads them to figure the formula for a flaccid phallus and the telling of tool time. Followed by and attempt to create more COMRADErie in California.

 #1607 Look The F Around | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:35:16

Adam opens the show FIRED UP on the heels of the last show where he was telling Dr. Drew that he knows everything because he knows nothing. They also speak to a caller who is worried about his pediatrician's judgement when it comes to advocating and even pushing him to get his children vaccinated against Covid. They also speak to a caller who is trying to simplify the debate around the terms 'man' and 'woman'. As the show wraps up Adam rants about his love of cars and how it relates to some of the recent comments from President Biden. Please Support Our Sponsors: Use Code ADS let them know we sent you

 #1606 She Has a Feeling as a Mom | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:36:37

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the idea of being very good at something and how that's empowering for employees who are capable enough to not be bullied. Adam also recounts some of his own experiences with getting bullied by those who thought they were in a position of power and how he dealt with the situations. They also speak to callers including one who wants Drew to inspire doctors to revolt against the Covid misinformation plaguing our media. Adam also revisits a clip of Gavin Newsom on The Adam Carolla Show discussing homelessness. As the show wraps up they speak with a caller who is questioning the ongoing use of emergency use authorizations still in use for the Covid vaccine. Please Support Our Sponsors: let them know we sent you

 #1605 A Little Bit | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:36:37

Adam and Dr. Drew reunite this week and open the show discussing Dr. Fauci's temporary bend towards sanity that quickly snapped back. They also discuss the role that media companies played in amping up or dampening down stories depending on the political outcome that they wanted to see. They also discuss a recent YouTube strike that Adam's channel suffered as a result of a conversation between Drew & Mark Geragos on a recent episode of Reasonable Doubt, revisiting the video in question. As the show wraps up Adam brings back up his 'chick think' idea that he has been hammering for decades that is finally coming to light. Please Support Our Sponsors: Let them know Adam sent you

 #1604 Speed Kills | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:49:20

Drew and Mark finish up their week of shows today and they open discussing the wild case of Alex Murdaugh who stands accused of many crimes from money laundering to murder of his own wife and son, amongst other crimes. They also discuss Methamphetamine and PCP as Mark asks for Drew's experiences with treating people who use those various substances. They also bemoan the state of mental healthcare in America and discuss the different and superior ways that other countries approach the issue and try to help fix people. They also speak to a few callers including one who had a tumor removed and is wondering if he is susceptible to more as he ages and another who is experiencing bad side effects from medication and is looking for advice.  Please Support Our Sponsors: let them know we sent you

 #1603 There Was An 'Incident' | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:38:01

Drew and Mark pickup on their diet discussion from the most recent episode but pivoting slightly to discuss Drew's workout routine and what he's done to recover from his 'incident'. Drew reveals that he has been working out for long periods of time each day with nearly an hour of running and 45 minutes of weights. They also pick up on something Dr. Drew said in a previous show about masks possibly not being effective and they drill down on what that really means in a practical sense for doctors and the public at large. They also review the comments made at a County USC town hall where Paul Holtom was speaking very frankly about his hospital's experience surrounding Covid and potential reinstatement of mask mandates. They also discuss aging and their respective hopes for how long they would like to live. Please Support Our Sponsors: let them know we sent you


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