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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Adam and Drew discuss the fundamental difference between men and women. They then take calls on marijuana use, high blood pressure medication and Drew has an addition to Adam's bathroom rules.
Adam and Dr. Drew are joined by good friend David Alan Grier and they discuss the Manti T'eo story and take calls on hernia surgery, women who don't want to commit and bits from days past.
Adam and Drew welcome good friends of the program Adam Ray and Brad Williams to close out 2013. Drew recounts his favorite memory from the show this year and Adam recalls a bit he always wanted to do on The Man Show involving the Gay Yellow Pages. Later they take listener phone calls including a question about yeast infections, IUDs relating to smelly vaginas and how to approach a therapist about medication.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing their recent award as iTunes' Best New Podcast of 2013 before transitioning into a discussion about Adam's Paul Newman documentary. Later Drew brings up a new documentary he's involved in called 'Divorce Corp.' which leads Adam to give an extended explanation of how divorces work. Later they take calls including a listener who thinks he has the answer to Drew's bathroom mystery.
Adam and Dr. Drew address the new message on the California freeway signs before taking some listener calls and discussing the art of improvisation.
Adam tells Drew about his recent trip to Sacramento and Fresno. They also take some listener phone calls about pornography and certain nicknames used within the African American community.
The show begins with an update of Drew's ongoing investigation in regards to the the toilets at the studio. They also take listener phone calls on discussing sex with your children, losing the spark after marriage, and a parent struggling with the decision to throw his daughter out of the house.
Adam and Drew discuss curious family behaviors. They also take listener phone calls from a parent with a white supremacist child and a husband who is considering cheating on his wife.
On the 100th episode of The Adam and Dr. Drew Show, Adam explains some of the policies he would like to see if he were president. They also take a deep look at the history of president John F. Kennedy.
Adam and Drew share Thanksgiving memories, talk to comedian Jimmy Pardo, and answer listener calls.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing documentaries and why we as a society and seemingly so interested in them, especially in recent history. They also take listener phone calls including a radio producer who wants career advice, a newly single father trying to grapple with his wife leaving him and the kids, and how to deal with the financial implications surrounding a bad breakup.
Adam and Drew are back together discussing the similarities between Drew's dog and Adam's daughter. Then they discuss the New York High Line park and how the bureaucracy plaguing California would prevent something like that from ever existing in Los Angeles. They also take listener phone calls from a parent who suspects his child is cutting, spanking your children, and how a grandparent should act when his or her child is getting divorced.
Adam and Drew open the show with Drew making a startling accusation about possible nefarious activities in the Carolla Digital bathrooms. They also take listener phone calls on handling a relative with dementia, the future of Perry Caravello from 'Windy City Heat' and a fan from England offering to do some advertising for Mangria.
Doug Benson joins Adam and Dr. Drew today for a discussion about marijuana and the impending legalization in Colorado and Washington. Doug then explains how a head on collision delayed his appearance on the podcast by a few days. They also take listener phone calls on digital pirating and marijuana addiction, and have a conversation about addicts that are able to use in moderation.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing bullying in the context of the recent Richie Incognito story and Adam does an extensive inventory of the experiences from his childhood that would be considered bullying in today's society. They also take calls from listeners on bulimia rehabilitation, birth control impacting sex drive and prostate cancer screening.