The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

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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.


#440: The Great Dr. Drew and Mister Adam  

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing some of the recent Trump controversy and the fallout that it has had for both him and Billy Bush. They then turn to the phones and speak to a variety of callers including one who is interested in learning more about the pharmaceutical treatments of alcoholism. They also speak to a caller who is trying to figure out social anxiety.

#439: Keltie Knight  

Adam and Drew open the show welcoming 'The Lady Gang' co-host Keltie Knight to The Adam and Dr. Drew Show before Keltie and Drew dive into a recent interaction that they had at a movie premiere. After discussing the merits of sports for kids and the guys on NFL teams who may not actually play in games Drew tells a story about The Insider and his interaction with Gary Coleman.

#438: International Aid Suggestion  

Drew opens the show telling Adam that he may be joining Adam's wife Lynette in the coming weeks at an event in New York City. After Adam correctly identifies that the trip must in some way involve Bruce Springsteen he tells Dr. Drew about the work commitments he has that will preclude him from joining them in New York the guys turn to the phones and speak to a father of two autistic boys looking for alternative forms of treatment beyond the mainstream. Adam then shares a song with Drew before they turn to another caller and discuss her trouble with the law and child services as a result of her drug addiction.

#437: I'm Goin' To The Beach.  

Adam opens the show telling Drew about some of the hijinks he and his friends used to get into while they were in high school while lamenting that many, if not all, of those will not be things his kids will ever experience. Adam also recalls some of the puzzling behavior exhibited by his peers and their parents and how it's unfathomable for most of the people he knows today. The guys then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who has questions about how DMT use can impact the brain and another who is seven months pregnant and has just discovered her husband doesn't believe in vaccinations.

#436: Jamieson Mundy  

Adam and Dr. Drew welcome fan Jamieson Mundy on the show and they open with Jamieson sharing his story with Adam after recently sharing it with Drew in a social setting. Starting from his roots in Kentucky, Jamieson tells his story of working on questionable sides of the law before eventually getting into college and working in various sectors of technology. As the show winds up, Adam & Drew turn to the phones and speak to a few different callers.

#435: The Smoke Detector  

Adam and Drew open today's show by going straight to the phones and speaking with a caller who is wondering if they should speak up when they see a systemic problem in their workplace that their superiors are not addressing. They then speak to a caller who is concerned that her mother who recently suffered from a stroke may have a future of more health complications due to her history of using drugs, specifically crystal methamphetamine. As the show winds down they speak to another caller who is considering taking a run at a girl he knows despite the fact that she has a boyfriend.

#434: Stiller Pinsky  

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.

#433: L.A. Traffic  

Adam opens the show very fired up about the traffic problem that we have in the greater Los Angeles area and wants to know what Drew thinks we can possibly have done with the current group of politicians we have in power in Los Angeles. They then turn to the phones and help a caller who is in a new relationship and his girlfriend all of a sudden got distant due to a bout of depression and another caller who is concerned with how fast her friend is diving into the first meaningful relationship in her life.

#432: It's Loveline  

Adam and Drew open the show with a mental error that leads Adam into telling a story about an interesting interaction that he had with Amber Rose recently at a podcasting upfront event. This leads into a natural conversation about the new iteration of Loveline that Amber Rose will be co-hosting and the former hosts' thoughts on the transition. They then turn to the phones and speak to a woman who starting lactating again when her child was two years old and another who is gay and struggling with his political frustration with the left.

#431: Radiculopathy  

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing last week's one and only Vice Presidential Debate and more specifically the confusing and/or vexing choice of Elaine Quijano as moderator. As the show continues Adam shares his frustration in trying to get a load for his newest Paul Newman car.

#430: Vexundrum  

Drew opens the show telling Adam about how difficult it can be to both diagnose but then also treat mental and personal disorders given that certain people react differently to the same treatment methods. Adam then recounts a story of an interaction with a biker he recently had on the freeways of Los Angeles and how that interaction informed his thoughts on bikers in general and their pretty apparent costumes that also sacrifice any and all function. As the show wraps up the guys turn to the phones and speak to a guy concerned for his ex girlfriend and another who is wondering about thoughts on adult coloring books.

#429: Soft Cheese  

Adam and Drew open the show discussing the disposition of Adam's dog Phil before turning to the phone lines to speak to a caller about someone she has in her life who is trying to recover from addiction but insists they do not need professional help. Adam and Drew use that call to dovetail into a conversation on the differences between men and women when it comes to developing a 'rap'. As the show winds down Ace & Drew discuss Woody Allen both in the context of his films and more specifically his new Amazon series as well as Adam sharing his thoughts on efficiency.

#428: Work Harder, Push Through It  

Adam and Drew open up the show discussing the realities of getting older and how phantom pain tends to be creeping in where it never would've before. They then recall an episode of Loveline wherein Kelly Osborne claimed to be an expert in a topic while being unable to answer even the most basic questions on that topic. The Osbourne conversation gives way to a bit of a left turn into talking about heavy metal music before the guys go to the phones and speak with a caller whose brother is a severe substance abuser with a young daughter he is concerned for.

#427: Feelin' Great, Let's Do It  

Adam and Drew open the show by going straight to the phones and talking to a caller who is dealing with a spouse who seemingly out of nowhere wants to 'just be friends'. The guys then speak to a caller who is concerned that he has no reaction whatsoever to opiate pain killers and is wondering if that is something to be worried about. As the show wraps up Ace & Drew speak to a deeply troubled caller who is trying to get her substance and eating issues in check.

#426: Let Your Voice Do Your Talking  

Adam and Drew open the show recounting the recent Hollywood premiere of Adam's next documentary 'The 24 Hour War' and Drew's unique experience of sitting next to Adam's childhood buddy Ray Oldhafer. Adam then recounts a highly frustrating story about the guys at his car warehouse who have been repeatedly making the same mistakes in an apparent attempt to drive Adam insane. The guys then discuss the debate and how the Dunning-Kruger effect may have been involved.

#425: A Touch Of The 'Tism  

Adam and Dr. Drew are joined today by fan favorite Theo Von. Adam starts off by telling the story of the first time he interacted with Theo and how wrong he was about Theo's comedic talents before transitioning into Theo telling the guys about his emancipation at the very early age of 14. After Adam regales the guys with some stories of uncomfortable conversations with his grandmother they help out a caller who is having depression issues before wrapping up the show with some stories from Theo's childhood.

#424: Why Does This Bother Me So  

Adam and Drew open the show discussing an old article that someone wrote reviewing The Man Show as well as Loveline. They then turn to the phones and talk to a variety of callers including one looking for a new therapist, another considering moving overseas to work for a few years and save money and finally a former soldier who has been having trouble sleeping since having returned home from active duty.

#423: Literally Just Do It  

Adam and Drew open the show discussing the impending red carpet premiere of his next documentary film 'The 24 Hour War'. This turns into a conversation about how Adam has a philosophy of just starting things and stumbling into the enjoyable part down the road. Later they turn to the phones and speak to a caller who is working on bringing down his cholesterol and another who is concerned with some hydration advice that Drew was giving in a show from last week.

#422: Confidence To Fall Back On  

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the recent departure of Dr. Drew's daily TV show on HLN. They then discuss the somewhat recent tragic passing of Patton Oswalt's wife which was brought up again after Patton's Emmy speech which he dedicated to his late wife. Later they speak to a girl trying to get over an unrealized relationship and she gets some dating tips from the guys.

#421: My Shoulder Was Out Of Socket For 4 Days  

Adam and Drew open the show discussing the recent traumatic injury that Adam's daughter Natalia suffered. After going down memory lane to talk about some of Adam's childhood injuries the guys turn to the phone and speak to a caller whose sister is suffering from a brain injury. Later they speak to a gentlemen who has a child with a woman who has a drug problem that has led to numerous recent arrests.

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