The Dr. Drew Podcast

The Dr. Drew Podcast

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Dr. Drew Pinsky, board certified internist and addiction medicine specialist, takes listener calls and talks to experts on a variety of topics relating to health, relationships, sex and drug addiction.


#253: Fran Drescher  

Fran Drescher joins Dr. Drew for a conversation about health, cancer, and food.

#252: Dr. Dan Siegel  

Dr. Dan Siegel returns to the show for an in-depth conversation about the mind and body. After the break, Dr. Drew answers listener calls.

#251: Elizabeth McIngvale  

Drew welcomes Elizabeth McIngvale to the podcast to talk about her experiences with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. As well as being the Founder and President of the Peace of Mind Foundation, Elizabeth has extensive personal expereiences with OCD and more specifically the treatment of the disorder. Later in the show Drew and Liz turn to the phones and speak to a variety of callers on OCD and mental health in general.

#250: Listener Calls  

Dr. Drew spends the entire show taking listener calls. Some of the topics include: friends with benefits, marijuana's effect on fertility, the Bicameral Mind, and why Drew doesn't recommend the medical field for his children.

#249: Bryan Callen, Brendan Schaub, and Chris Nowinski  

The Fighter and The Kid's Bryan Callen and Brendan Schaub join Dr. Drew for a podcast about CTE. They guys also welcome Christopher Nowinski, co-founder of the Concussion Legacy Foundation, to weigh in on the topic. Later, Drew answers some listener phone calls.

The Slammer's Last Stand  

In celebration of the demise of The Slammer this week, this is the final episode recorded there. Penn explains his attraction to - & reservations about - libertarianism & atheism.

#248: Anderson Cowan  

Anderson Cowan joins Dr. Drew to talk about his upcoming film Groupers as well as reminisce about their years on Loveline. For more about Groupers, visit

When It Says Rain In the Script, Cross It Out  

Acting on Code Black, & the trials of making the low budget horror film The Grounds.

#247: Anna Vocino and Vinnie Tortorich  

Anna Vocino and Vinnie Tortorich join Dr. Drew for a podcast about fitness, diet, and Anna's new cookbook 'Eat Happy.' The guys also answer listener questions about lactic acid, building lean mass, and colonoscopies.

#246: Ken Baker  

Entertainment journalist Ken Baker joins Dr. Drew to recall his battle with a benign brain tumor, resulting in him having to go through puberty in his late twenties. The guys also talk about the new movie based on that story, The Late Bloomer. Afterwards, Drew gives an update on his health before the guys share some thoughts about therapy.

#245: Listener Phone Calls and Dr. Renee Dua  

Dr. Drew talks to listeners on the phone about interstitial cystitis, sex addiction, and reestablishing a connection with one's daughter. Also, Dr. Renee Dua calls in to talk about Heal. For more on Heal, visit

#244: Listener Phone Calls  

Dr. Drew talks to listeners on the phone about men watching porn, hair loss, and the long term effects of Tramadol.

#243: Live at The Ice House in Pasadena  

Dr. Drew and Mike Catherwood are live from the Ice House in Pasadena for a live podcast featuring some history of Drew and Mike's connection with the Pasadena area as well as some fan interaction with Q and A.

#242: Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi  

Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi sits down with Dr. Drew and talks about Jersey Shore, motherhood, and true crime stories. Afterwards, Drew spends the second half of the show answering listener calls.

#241: Jay Mohr  

Jay Mohr joins Dr. Drew for a discussion about faith, parenthood, and race.

#240: Rob Weiss  

Robert Weiss LCSW, CSAT-S joins Dr. Drew for an in-depth conversation about sex addiction.

#239: Adrianna Costa  

Adrianna Costa talks to Drew about marriage and motherhood before the pair interview one of Dr. Drew's superfans in-studio. After the break, Dr. Drew answers listener phone calls.

#238: Max Ritvo  

Poet Max Ritvo returns to the Dr. Drew podcast for a very emotional and honest discussion about the progression of Max's disease and much more, later Dr. Drew goes one on one with the fans answering listener phone calls.

#237: Garry Meier  

Garry Meier joins Dr. Drew to talk about the transition from radio to podcasts, interviewing Howard Stern, and the influence of radio broadcasting on youth. For more on the Garry Meier Show, visit

#236: Live from the Hollywood Improv  

This week's epsiode is an unedited airing of the first ever live version of The Dr. Drew Podcast recorded on June 28th, 2016 from the world famous Hollywood Improv. Drew is joined on stage by returning guest and longtime friend Mike Catherwood as they examine their history together (as well as some of Mike's solo history) before welcoming a few friends of Mike's and taking audience questions.

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