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Following Adam’s appearance on Peyton Manning’s show, the gang debates who was the better Manning: Peyton or Eli? They take a look at some Acme mementos John P. McCann sent in from the show ‘Muu-Muus & Girl Drinks’ which he and Adam worked on. Chris presents some ‘Liked Tweets’ including an after school special titled ‘The Day My Kid Went Punk’, Gavin Newsom’s 2008 plan for the homeless, and a crow helping a hedgehog across the street. Comedian Ryan Long is in the studio to talk about his comedy tour and explains how quickly shifting trends make it near impossible to release relevant content on time. As a punk rocker himself, Ryan weighs in on the song ‘Uh Oh, Chongo’ and talks about how comedians make the best comedy editors. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: someone hacking into an airplane intercom, NASA’s anti-asteroid satellite successfully smashing into a space rock, a cranberry shortage looming ahead of Thanksgiving, Tiffany Haddish saying she lost all of her gigs after the abuse claim, and Gwyneth Paltrow releasing nudes on her 50th birthday.
Adam opens the show with an odd observation from a news clip about a man punching a flight attendant. Next, the gang discusses weird dog behavior and some placards that have been bothering Adam. Actor, author, and former Irish gangster Richie Stephens joins the show to talk about his past as a drug trafficker, kidnapper, and addict. Richie shares how he was able to transition from a life of crime to that of a Hollywood actor. David Koechner returns to the show and tells stories about his dad manufacturing turkey coops, his time in high school, and training at Second City in Chicago. Adam and David then laugh about a few scenes from Billy Jack before Gina reports news stories on: Rihanna being chosen to perform at the Super Bowl, Adam Levine DM'ing various women, and a 'screaming children surcharge' at a restaurant.
Following their interview with Sid Krofft, Adam is excited to talk to Kim Kahana (aka Chongo) from ‘Danger Island’ as the gang learns more about his unbelievable life. Gina talks about a homeless run-in at the dog park and Adam shows some of his interview with investigator Paul Hole who was instrumental in solving the Golden State Killer case. Chongo himself, Kim Kahana, joins the gang and tells stories of witnessing the attack on Pearl Harbor, being buried alive in a mass grave during the Korean War, and surviving a deadly plane crash. Actor Dominic Monaghan comes into the studio and explains the process of rehabilitating and releasing sick snakes before getting into his critter collection and his love of ants. They all discuss giant squids and what little we know about them and Dominic gives the gang advice for a “starter safari”. Gina Grad reports the news of the day including: a judge overturning the conviction of Adnan Syed, a Beyond Meat executive getting arrested for biting a man's nose, and California allowing human composting as an alternative to cremation or burial.
Comedian Bryan Callen returns to the show to talk about his new comedy special, ‘Man Tears’. He joins Adam and the gang as they discuss bird brains, falcon hunting, and the time Adam got into a street fight and took a baseball bat to the knee. Bryan breaks down the Old Testament, reveals the best tippers he knows, and tells a story of trying not to cry when a blind man thanked him. Dawson gives an update on Zamfir the pan flute player and reveals a newly discovered commercial with a surprise guest musician.
Adam and the gang discuss the passing of Queen Elizabeth before getting into ‘If I Were a Carpenter’ by Bobby Darin. Adam revisits the first ever appearance of Dick Birchum on the Kevin and Bean show and gives an update on the KROQ documentary. Former MLB player and prison inmate, Willie Mays Aikens, talks to Adam about the new biopic about his life, ‘The Royal’. Willie shares his experiences playing major league baseball, getting arrested for crack cocaine, and the difficulties he faced after his release. Actor and comedian Frankie Quiñones comes into the studio to talk about his new Hulu series, ‘This Fool’ where he plays a released convict readjusting to society. They discuss the many uses of ‘fool’, California’s Prop 27, comedian Charlie Hill, and more. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: Ricky Martin suing his nephew for extortion, Aries Spears breaking his silence on the molestation lawsuit with Tiffany Haddish, the ‘'Dancing with the Stars' season 31 celebrity cast reveal, rumors of Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen separating, and China censoring the ending of 'Minions: The Rise of Gru'.
Mike August calls in to explain an incident with Jon Hamm and Dave Dameshek in their fantasy football league. The gang looks at an Orwellian graduation pledge and discusses racist overtones with the ‘Flowbee’. Editor-in-chief of ‘The Babylon Bee’, Kyle Mann comes into the studio and talks about the challenges of writing satire in 2022 when anything can happen. They look at some of the times ‘The Babylon Bee’ accidentally predicted the future as ridiculous as it seemed at the time. Kyle talks about getting suspended from Twitter and Adam creates a new game involving Avril Lavigne and Admiral Levine. Comedian Eleanor Kerrigan joins the gang in the studio to talk about the past, present, and future of The Comedy Store and tells a story of when she served Richard Pryor a fake martini. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: Juul reaching a $439 million settlement over e-cigarette marketing, Jason Momoa shaving his hair for a cause, and Chris Rock blasting Will Smith for his 'hostage' apology video.
Comedian Liz Miele joins the gang in the studio to talk about her new special, ‘The Ghost Of Academic Future’. She talks about being an early adopter of YouTube and how she used social media and mailing lists to grow her audience. Liz and Adam compare their feelings about cats, napping, and catnapping. Former sitcom actor and current adult film star, Maitland Ward, comes into the studio to talk about her new book, ‘Rated X: How Porn Liberated Me from Hollywood’. She explains how the transition didn’t happen overnight and educates Adam on the process of getting your vagina casted to make sex toys. She talks about acting on ‘Boy Meets World’ and people constantly quoting her role in ‘White Chicks’. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears being accused of sexually abusing children, Kanye West’s family drama on Instagram, Jeff Garlin's character getting killed off in 'The Goldbergs', Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne making their return to reality TV, and the Raven’s mascot getting injured on the field.
Comedian Adam Ray returns to the show and talks about relearning how to skate in order to play an MC on the upcoming series, ‘Welcome to Chippendales’. Adam talks about performing standup with a sign language interpreter at the Salt Lake City show and Will Ferrell’s SNL ventriloquist sketch. They all play a round of ‘Made Up Movie’ featuring titles such as: ‘Space Wolf’, ‘Driving Miss Oprah’, and ‘Surf & Turf’. Comedian Amir K comes into the studio and talks about being on the ‘Mad TV’ reboot with Adam Ray, touring with Maz Jobrani, getting heckled by his mother on stage, immigrating from Iran to Southern California, and working as a real estate appraiser. Gina Grad reports the news of the day including: the death of Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, a Saudi woman jailed for using social media, and billboards warning people not to move to Texas.
Comedian Brad Williams comes into the studio fresh off his stint on Cirque du Soleil and shares stories about a woman who can hang from her hair and ‘the wheel of death’. Brad joins the gang as they get into Ted Knight’s ‘Hi Guys’ and Adam remembers getting roasted by the late Greg Giraldo. They take a listener call from a guy who may or may not have a story about a blind mountain biker. Activists Chad Kroeger and JT Parr come into the studio to talk about their new Netflix series ‘Chad and JT Go Deep’. They explain what activism means to them and the causes they care about such as protecting our boarders, perineum sunning, size shaming, and erecting a Paul Walker statue. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: a jury awarding Vanessa Bryant $16 million and Nick Cannon expecting a 9th child.
Adam talks about his late night viewing of ‘Highway Patrol’ and ‘Dragnet’ where every scene starts with the actors hanging up their coats and hats before lighting a cigarette. Chris presents ‘Trending Topics’ such as the death of Len Dawson, Joe Biden forgiving student loans, and a guy using a hotdog as a straw. In a new segment of ‘Eat Your Feelings’, Gina presents Cuban chicken kabobs with cilantro avocado cream. Comedian Nimesh Patel returns to the show to talk about his new standup special ‘Thank You China’. He shares his experience being the first Indian American writer on ‘Saturday Night Live’, getting discovered by Chris Rock, and writing jokes for the Oscars. Gina Grad reports the news of the day including: Sylvester Stallone getting a divorce, Elon Musk saying he can prove Twitter counted fake accounts, Beverly Hills' Kitson Boutique banning masks, 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' being renewed for a 12th season, and Wall Street internet analysts comparing TikTok to crack cocaine.
Gina gives a recap of her vacation before Adam shares more amazing achievements by crows. Adam talks about challenging his son to learn the opening riff of ‘The Real Me’ by The Who and a caller gives Adam some insight into peep booths where the person paying is also being peeped on. They also talk to a caller about the woman being prosecuted for using abortion pills and another who wants to know the origin of ‘The Rotten Tomatoes Game’. The gang then shares some tips you can use to ‘Do Yourself a Favor’. Twin comedians, Randy and Jason Sklar, return to the studio and join the gang as they talk to former NFL tight end and current actor, Vernon Davis. Vernon talks about his time playing in the NFL, Peyton Manning, and acting as a serial killer in an upcoming Morgan Freeman movie. The Sklar brothers talk to Adam about their new show, ‘The Nosebleeds’, where they comment on old UFC footage. Gina Grad reports the news of the day including: Gary Busey being charged with multiple sexual offenses, Tommy Lee revealing he released the nude picture of himself, Kathy Hilton mistaking Lizzo for ‘Precious’, Elton John scoring a Tammy Faye musical, and Elton John previewing his new Britney Spears song.
Staff member Rudy calls in to give a ‘boots on the ground’ perspective on the Dave Chappelle show at Varsity Theatre which was moved after First Avenue cancelled. Wrestler and actor Paul Wight AKA ‘The Big Show’ calls in to talk about his new movie, ‘Marcus’, how Danny Bonaduce and Hulk Hogan were responsible for his wrestling career, the return of his character ‘Captain Insano’ from ‘The Waterboy’, and what it was like working alongside John Cena and ‘The Rock’. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: the LA County Public Health Director going maskless at a baseball game, the first case of polio in over a decade appearing in New York, Ricky Martin’s nephew withdrawing allegations, Linda Evangelista settling a fat-freezing lawsuit, and ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ surpassing ‘The Avengers’ at the US box office. Adam welcomes back security consultant, safety instructor and expert on all things Mexico, Ed Calderon. Ed talks about seeing Biden flags at migrant camps, how the media pushed a false narrative about Border Patrol whipping migrants, why developments in human trafficking should be sounding alarm bells right now, the culture shock of coming to the US as an immigrant, his time as a cop in Tijuana, how the US is awarding weakness, and the current states of the border and the cartel. Adam and Ed look at the media coverage of a recent Indiana mall shooting where a 22-year-old bystander with a concealed carry weapon brought down the shooter.
Adam is back from New York after an insane book tour schedule without a moment of peace. Mike August calls in to tell yet another harrowing story of a flight gone wrong when the pilot of his plane from Springfield got stuck in the bathroom leading to a series of unfortunate incidents. Adam tells the gang how he sweat his sleeves off at The Stand in New York after the air conditioning went out in a crowded room. Adam tells more NY stories such as how he kept getting roped into doing shows with no notice and how Mike Lynch accidentally knocked a wine bottle out of someone’s hand. Comedian Joe DeRosa comes in the studio to talk about the restaurant he opened with the owner of The Stand Comedy Club, ‘Joey Roses’. Joe talks about working with Jonathan Banks on ‘Better Call Saul’, the single improv show he ever participated in, fake ‘wine products’ in New York liquor stores, and what makes a good sandwich. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: First Avenue cancelling a Dave Chappelle show, the DEA seizing 1 million pills containing fentanyl, a transgender woman inmate in New Jersey being transferred to a men’s prison after impregnating two inmates, and Velveeta releasing a liquid mac n' cheese martini.
Actor and comedian Dave Coulier comes in the studio and recalls the day of Bob Saget’s death and gives his thoughts on the Lori Laughlin scandal. After hearing a famous Vegas strip club will soon be demolished, Adam and Dave impersonate the club’s DJs on their last day of service. Dave plays a round of ‘Celebrity Farts’, using his talents to impersonate Johnny Depp, Marlon Brando, Frances McDormand, and more. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: Twitter suing Elon Musk, the new Jane Goodall Barbie, rumors about quarterback Zach Wilson sleeping with his mom’s friend, and how the new Thor movie will likely to be banned in China. Mike Lynch joins Adam to chat about Adam’s new book, ‘Everything Reminds Me of Something: Advice, Answers...but No Apologies’, where Adam doles out advice and opinions with utter disregard for our politically correct, self-righteous, virtue signaling, woke times. They get into what the writing process was like, how the title changed, and how entire sections needed to be cut out. Adam takes questions sent in by fans.
Adam talks about Macy Gray apologizing for her recent comments and the mass murderer, Richard Speck, transitioning in prison. Actors Matt Walsh and Christina Chang join the show to talk about their new film ‘Press Play’ where they play husband and wife. Matt talks about the trouble with taking mushrooms and the magic of the ‘Veep’ writer’s room. Christina bonds with Gina over their Kansas roots and talks about how she once studied trapeze. Comedian Dean Delray comes in the studio to talk about his podcast, ‘Let There Be Talk’, John Hiatt, California rolls, and what makes a good realtor. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: Japanese politician Shinzo Abe assassinated during a campaign speech, Derek Chauvin sentenced to 21 years in federal prison for violating George Floyd's civil rights, an update on the Vince McMahon sex scandal, Sacha Baron Cohen defeating a $95 million defamation suit filed by Roy Moore, Amber Heard in talks to write a tell-all book, and Lindsay Lohan getting engaged.
Adam learns John Popper of Blues Traveler dedicated a song to him at a recent concert and talks about how his kids are now listening to Elvis thanks to the new biopic movie. Adam complains about Tesla’s yolk steering wheels and unnecessary beach rules. They discuss the recent cancellations of Bette Midler, Macy Gray, and Jordan Peterson over transgender comments before Chris tells them about a study which shows having a good hand grip leads to happiness and an increase in sexual partners. They then look at an incident in San Francisco where a couple was fined for parking in their own driveway. Actor and host Mario Lopez comes in the studio and talks about being on every hotel television in America, getting baptized in Israel, playing Slater on ‘Saved by the Bell’, and going from hosting ‘Extra’ to hosting ‘Access Hollywood’. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: the Highland Park parade shooting, WNBA’s Brittney Griner writing a letter to President Biden from a Russian prison, and Joey Chestnut putting a guy in a chokehold in the middle of a hotdog eating contest.
Adam remembers “jamming” with Blues Traveler’s John Popper and Dr. Drew on ‘Loveline’. He talks about how thinly sliced tomatoes are not an acceptable pizza topping and how being a vegetarian doesn’t mean you have to eat vegetables with everything. The gang is joined by Manhattan Institute fellow, Leor Sapir, who wrote an article for city journal called ‘The Assault on Children’s Psyches’. He talks about the potential risks and danger of teaching gender fluidity to children. The gang plays a game of ‘Made-Up Movie’ with titles such as ‘The Seventh Day’, ‘Load Management’, and ‘Final Expenses’. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: R. Kelly sentenced to 30 years in prison, updates on the January 6th hearings, Delta pilots picketing amid surging flight cancellations, and the Uvalde shooter’s grandmother recovering from her gunshot wound.
Adam begins the show talking about his visit to Red Rocks Amphitheatre earlier that day- sharing the history of the venue and the artists that have played there. He then laments about hearing songs by Bananarama and Cher. Next, he invites Gina, Bryan and Kyle Dunnigan to the show. Kyle introduces his newest character - "Trans Trump" (aka Donna Trump). Trans Trump shares her newest strategies for winning the next election. Next, the gang plays a round of Blah Blah Blog before Kyle brings Sylvester Stallone into the mix. Gina reports news stories on a coach rescuing a swimmer during a performance, a guy who wants money back after his girlfriend dumped him, and a new show on HBO about "f**k boys." Lastly, Adam performs a round of "Unprepared" riffing on words submitted by the audience.
Comedian Dustin Nickerson joins the gang to talk about his new book ‘How to Be Married (to Melissa): A Hilarious Guide to a Happier, One-of-a-Kind Marriage’. He explains how he went from being a youth pastor to a comedian. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: The death of Ray Liotta, new allegations against Kevin Spacey, Colin Kaepernick’s message to the NFL, a judge blocking the sale of the infamous ‘Wizard of Oz’ dress, the most expensive car ever sold, and the last payphone bank being removed in NYC.
Influencer and model, Harry Jowsey, comes in the studio following his recent wipeout on Netflix’s ‘Floor is Lava’. He talks about filming ‘Too Hot to Handle’ during COVID and how he cried when he heard the rules of the show. The gang taps into Harry’s dating advice experience by having listeners call in for help with their relationships. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: Mo'Nique settling a discrimination suit against Netflix, Tom Hanks telling fans to back off, a juror explaining why they didn’t believe Amber Heard, Margot Robbie & Ryan Gosling in the upcoming ‘Barbie’ movie, and the ‘Squid Game’ reality series.
Adam and Gina introduce Bryan to the Postmate’s new ‘bottom-friendly menu’ and discuss how anal sex is a big commitment. Adam remembers the teacher he met who retired at 52 and her toilet seat hall pass. Adam talks about the Barenaked Ladies concert he went to and the surprising second husbands of ABBA members. NHRA racers John Force and Brittany Force come in the studio to talk about their worst crashes, their greatest feats, and what it’s like having so many racers in the same family. John Force tells the story of how running out of gas on a date is what first lead him to racing. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: updates on gun control legislation, Amber Heard breaking her silence about the trial, NASA putting together a UFO team, and Rebel Wilson coming out under the threat of exposure.
Comedian Dustin Nickerson joins the gang to talk about his new book ‘How to Be Married (to Melissa): A Hilarious Guide to a Happier, One-of-a-Kind Marriage’. He explains how he went from being a youth pastor to a comedian. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: The death of Ray Liotta, new allegations against Kevin Spacey, Colin Kaepernick’s message to the NFL, a judge blocking the sale of the infamous ‘Wizard of Oz’ dress, the most expensive car ever sold, and the last payphone bank being removed in NYC.
Adam recounts his experience on ‘Real Time with Bill Maher’ last Friday when he was on with Donna Brazile talking about pedo-grifters and generational LGBTQ trends. The gang takes calls from an airline pilot who weighs in on Mike August’s missed flight and an Uber driver who says poor people are more likely to leave a good tip than rich people. Adam is joined by real estate broker, Jason Oppenheim, who stars in ‘Selling Sunset’ on Netflix. He talks about how he and his identical twin brother got their start in real estate, housing prices in LA, and working in reality television. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: Cast members leaving SNL, updates on the Dave Chappelle attacker, Europe sending baby formula to the US, an epic airport throwdown, and a bull escaping a rodeo.
Adam talks about the new Calvin Klein ad featuring a pregnant man which brings up memories of old commercials. Adam then talks to author Bill Browder about his new book, ‘Freezing Order: A True Story of Money Laundering, Murder, and Surviving Vladimir Putin’s Wrath’. Browder talks about being targeted by Putin after he exposed an international money laundering scheme. Adam then revisits an episode of ‘The Man Show’ where they parodied ‘The Christopher Lowell Show’ and other woman’s programming. Actor and comedian French Stewart returns to the show to talk about a fart war gone wrong, the ‘3rd Rock From the Sun’ reunion, and his attraction to Ted Danson. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: crowds gathering ever day to welcome Johnny Depp as he arrives at court and a white man claiming to be a transracial Korean person.
Rick McCarthy brings in food from his restaurant, Baby Blues BBQ. He is joined by resident alcohol expert, Dan Dunn, to pair the best drinks to have with BBQ. Adam then welcomes the meme creator Tank Sinatra to the studio to talk about his new board game ‘Influencers in the Wild’. Tank also helps the gang create memes using old pictures of Gina, Bryan, and Adam.
Gina is welcomed back to the show after her week of recovering from breast reduction surgery. Adam and Chris tell the story of their flight from hell coming back from Indianapolis and how Mike August was left behind. Musician and producer Dave Stewart joins the show to talk about his new album, ‘Ebony McQueen’, working with the victim/father of the infamous Menendez Brothers, and about his time living in poverty with Annie Lennox. Adam welcomes comedian Maz Jobrani to the studio to talk about growing up Iranian in Marin County, bribing kids in school with candy, and how Iranians get their alcohol from the Armenian black market. Gina reports on today’s news including: Elon Musk’s cryptic death tweet, a porn star’s plea for Twitter censorship, the outcome of escaped convict Casey White and his CO/lover Vicky White, people mysteriously dying at Sandals Resort, and the new swimsuit issue of ‘Sports Illustrated’.
Adam sits down with veteran entertainment reporters Adam Glyn & Dax Holt to talk about the TMZ pitch room, Elon Musk being the biggest celebrity of today, and Alex’s run in with Jeff Bezos. Next, Adam is joined by Wall Street Journal and New York Times reporter, Tripp Mickle, to talk about his new book After Steve: How Apple Became a Trillion-Dollar Company and Lost Its Soul. The book follows how the death of Steve Jobs impacted the future of Apple and its legacy. The gang discusses how Apple employees are refusing to go back to work after working from home and what the future of Apple might look like. Adam is joined by comedian Sam Morril to talk about his self-made success in promoting his own specials and his new documentary Full Capacity. They discuss Sam’s journey during COVID from performing rooftop shows to documenting the reopening of comedy clubs in New York after the shutdown. Next, Adam Glyn & Dax Holt report on today’s news stories including: Kim wearing Marilyn Monroe’s dress to the Met Gala, Mayor Eric Adams wearing an “End Gun Violence” tux to the Met Gala, bedbugs at Disneyland hotel, and Ulta Beauty’s shocking Kate Spade ad.
Adam opens the show by welcoming comedian Jodi Miller who’s sitting in for Gina today. He asks about her recently deceased cat who was just cremated. This leads Adam to play an old Crank Yankers clip where Mr. Birchum calls into a boat rental company to arrange the scattering of his uncle’s ashes. Adam then remembers the unique rating system Hustler Magazine used to judge pornos. Before the break, the gang plays a futuristic-themed round of The Rotten Tomatoes Game. Comedian Godfrey joins the show and talks about his heritage and personally knowing the Nigerian brothers accused of assaulting Jussie Smollett. This leads Adam to question the median household income for various ethnic groups in America. After that, Godfrey talks about his former relationships with Mike August and Bill Cosby. Jodi Miller reports on today’s news stories including: a woman who married her cat to keep her landlord from separating them, Elizabeth Warren calling Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter “dangerous for our democracy,” and Bugs Bunny getting called out for past cartoons.
Adam opens the show with a clip of Biden being interrupted by the Easter Bunny and a Los Angeles car chase that ended because of all the trash. Adam then talks about when The Man Show staff use to get gifts for each other. They turn to the phones and speak to a FedEx aircraft mechanic wanting to pull balls for the upcoming ‘Adam Carolla Is Unprepared’ show in Indianapolis. Chris reads a story about an LA man who got killed while trying to steal a catalytic converter. Gina brings in a picture of a urinal sink, and the gang discuss Tanya Tucker. Adam shows some pictures of a mysterious concrete structure being built on PCH. Before the break, Adam and Bryan talk about high school football drills. Gina reports on today’s news including: Olivia Wilde getting served custody papers while on stage, a sex worker willing to give a freebie to the top NFL draft pic, and John Hinkley’s music career. 2-time UFC heavyweight champion Frank Mir and entrepreneur Eric Stoffers join the show and talk about Eric’s stem cell and research company BioXcellerator. Adam asks Eric about his daughter who’s an MMA fighter, transgender athletes competing against biological women, and being a bouncer at a Spearmint Rhino before going into the UFC. Eric gives his thoughts on hyperbaric chambers, cold plunges, cryotherapy, supplements, and human growth hormone. Bryan asks Eric about the potential in using stem cell treatments for cancer patients. Before they wrap, Adam asks Frank about his fighting future and what he thinks about the current state of the UFC.
Adam opens the show with a surprising story about his daughter’s friends being fans of his. Adam then plays a clip from The Ben Shapiro Show about biases and narratives in the mainstream media, particularly when it comes to race. Gina talks about her upcoming breast reduction surgery and Bryan celebrates 13 years since his brain tumor diagnosis. After that, we play a new Adidas commercial focused on empowerment. Chris Laxamana joins the gang in-studio for some Trending Topics on: A Q&A with Ben Shapiro, a little kid screaming on a live news broadcast, Ilhan Omar’s tweet to Christians singing on a plane, a dad who took his baby to a drug deal, and beer drinkers getting tired of IPA’s. Comedian Michael Yo joins the show and talks about his new stand-up special Michael Yo: I Never Thought. Michael talks about being one the first serious cases of Covid in the U.S. and almost dying. Then, Adam asks him about producing his own special and releasing it for free on Youtube. This leads Michael to talk about coming up in comedy with frequent appearances on Chelsea Lately and having Jo Koy as a mentor. Gina reports on today’s news including: Fauci saying we are out of the pandemic phase, Disney refusing to edit out a homosexual reference for the Saudi market, updates on the Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard trial, MGK and Megan Fox drinking each other’s blood, and a porn class being taught at Westminster College.
Adam opens the show with a recap of his race in Laguna Seca which included some unfortunate weather that led to a minor crash. Gina reports on today’s news including: Elon Musk officially buying Twitter, Mike Tyson beating up a guy mid-flight, Texas cops needing to lose weight, production halted on Aziz Ansari’s film to investigate misbehavior claims against Bill Murray, a Red Bull plane stunt, and the passing of Cynthia Plaster Caster. Playwright and filmmaker David Mamet joins the show and talks about his new book Recessional: The Death of Free Speech and the Cost of a Free Lunch. Adam and David talk about how awful real communism is and the guys discuss being conservative in Hollywood. Then, Adam asks David about generational culture shifts. They chat about Elon Musk buying Twitter and question why people are so vehemently against it. David gives Adam a hand-drawn cartoon and Adam asks him about his writing ability. Before they wrap, Adam and David discuss biases in today’s mainstream media and raising children in different environments.
Adam sits down for a 1-on-1 interview with comedian Paul Rodriguez. Paul shares stories about his upbringing in Compton and recalls meeting Robert Kennedy and Cesar Chavez during the Delano Grape Strike. They talk about Paul's early years in comedy working with a young Gabriel Iglesias and The Unknown Comic. Adam then brings up Paul's recent appearance on Inside Edition- where he stated that he'll never work with Will Smith again. Paul recalls his uncomfortable experience on the set of Ali and getting cut from the film. He shares stories of Will getting angry on set and reads passages from the diary he kept during filming. After that, Paul talks about getting into the entertainment industry and some of his earliest projects. Before they wrap, Adam asks Paul about his son who’s a professional skateboarder.
Adam opens the show telling Henry about his very first showbiz experience when they met each other back in the 90s. Henry talks about his HBO comedy series Barry and working with Sylvester Stallone on The Lords of Flatbush. Adam asks about Henry’s family who fled Nazi Germany and his upbringing in New York. This leads Henry to talk about his tough childhood, not knowing he had dyslexia, and the importance of being grateful. Adam asks Henry about his career after Happy Days and being typecast as the Fonz. Before they wrap, Adam asks Henry about when he first came out to Los Angeles with only a month’s worth of rent and food money.
Bert Kreischer joins the gang in-studio and talks about when he would listen to ACS while on the road. They talk about how Los Angeles and New York have gotten more dangerous, and Bert remembers the last screaming match he got into with a stranger. Adam asks Bert about his gift wars with Tom Segura including buying him a racecar, which leads to a longer discussion about racecar driving. Then, Adam and Bert talk about how big of an influence Netflix specials can have on comedians and Adam unboxes his new racing helmet. After that, Adam asks Bert what his road schedule is like, and both having used the same tour bus. Before the break, Adam tells a story about his grandmother having a “do not resuscitate” order and the doctors not listening to it. Adam asks Bert about his upcoming film “The Machine”, based on the infamous story of how he got his nickname. This leads Bert to talk about some additional movies he’s signed on for because of how positive his filming experience was. Gina reports on today’s news including: Florida governor Ron DeSantis seeking to dissolve Disney World’s special status, Arizona community leaders who accused a black man of wearing black face, Jerry West angry about his portrayal in the HBO show Winning Time, and actor Ezra Miller getting arrested again.
Adam opens the show talking about a chat he had with 22-year-old industry kid before a TV hit last night. Then, Adam plays an audio clip of an inmate on murder charges praising Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon. Adam talks about the White House being “disappointed” that a federal judge struck down the mask mandate for travelers, which leads to a rant about how defiance angers politicians. LA County Board of Supervisors candidate Kevin Dalton joins the show and talks about ways to improve some of LA’s issues including rolling back unnecessary regulations and solving the rampant homeless crisis. Before the break, we play a clip of Gavin Newsom giving a horrible interview answer and Kevin talks about wanting to represent LA’s district #1. Comedian Orlando Leyba joins the show and talks about growing up poor in the Dominican Republic. Then, Orlando remembers some of his early jobs in entertainment before becoming a comedian. This leads to a conversation about old news vans and a now-defunct airline. Gina reports on today’s news including: A teenager who fell off a roller-coaster to his death, the cops being called to do a welfare check on Andy Dick, Johnny Depp & Amber Heard’s ongoing trial, a guy who got $450K after suing his employer for throwing him a birthday party when he asked them not to, and Jack Nicholson’s axe from The Shining going up for auction.
Adam opens the show with some more childhood nicknames submitted by Mike Lynch. Then, Adam revisits the Los Angeles Times article that criticized the board of LA homeless Services Authority for allowing Dr Drew to volunteer his time to help solve the homeless crises. Actress & stuntwoman Eli Jane joins the show and Adam asks her about doing the stunts for Brie Larson on Kong: Skull Island. Then, Eli talks about being an early investor & model for the fashion brand Von Dutch. After that, Adam asks Eli about her new movie The Way. Before the break, Adam talks about the importance of going into the ocean from time to time. Actress Ricki Lake joins the show and talks about her documentary The Business of Birth Control. Adam asks for her thoughts on the Chris Rock Oscars joke since she suffers alopecia as well. Then, Adam and Ricki chat about both being contestants on Dancing with the Stars. Adam asks what it was like being the youngest person to ever get a syndicated talk show and Gina wonders what it was like working with John Waters. After that, Ricki talks about the experience of giving birth at home. Gina reports on today’s news including: Elon Musk’s offer to buy Twitter, Kim Kardashian asking Texas Governor Greg Abbot to stop an upcoming execution, Bam Margera settling his wrongful termination lawsuit against Johnny Knoxville, Thandiwe Newton getting replaced in the new Magic Mike movie, and a Japanese TV show that lets toddlers run errands that’s coming to Netflix.
Gina recaps the food poisoning ordeal she went through yesterday that kept her home for the show. Then, Adam Ray remembers some of the times he’s thrown up and shares his love of Chef Boyardee. After that, Adam Ray talks about being a fat kid, which leads to a long discussion in which everyone shares the mean nicknames they either got, said, or just remember. Before the break, Adam plays a clip of Paul Thomas Anderson talking about Bobby Hollander on the Boogie Nights DVD commentary. 4-time NBA champion John Salley joins the show and talks about how he deals with being 7ft tall in everyday life and shares his feelings on how he and his former teammates were portrayed in The Last Dance documentary. This leads Adam to ask John about his thoughts on the HBO show Winning Time and playing with Kobe Bryant. After that, Adam talks about Warner Bros accepting China’s request to take out a kay kissing scene in the upcoming Fantastic Beasts movie. Gina reports on today’s news including: Los Angeles gangs following people home to rob them, Cuba Gooding Jr pleading guilty to touching a woman in a bar, and a woman who glued her hand to the court during an NBA game.
Adam and Bryan open the show without Gina – who’s out sick with food poisoning. Mike August calls in (while on a trip to Disneyland) to share some funny stories from when he used to represent Gilbert Gottfried. The gang then chats about the current state of Disneyland employees and clientele. Next, former NFL tackle Andrew Whitworth joins the show to talk about his recent retirement after winning this year’s Super Bowl. Andrew recalls some of the best players he’s competed against and shares some insight on his long and illustrious career. Josh Peck joins the show to talk about how he lost 120 lbs. They talk about his roles in Christopher Nolan’s upcoming Oppenheimer movie as well as the Red Dawn remake. The group weighs in on Josh writing a memoir at a such a young age and Josh candidly shares his feelings about never getting to meet his biological father. Next, Mike Dawson fills in on the news, reporting stories about: Tom Brady’s initial plan to join the Miami Dolphins, Cam Newton’s controversial statement about women, the Brooklyn shooter identified, and mask mandates on air travel being extended.
Adam, Gina, and Bald Bryan open today’s show remembering Gilbert Gottfried after his sudden passing. Then, Adam talks about a recent interaction he had with a barber and teases his upcoming interview with Henry Winkler. After that, the gang comments on the USPS suspending service in Santa Monica due to repeated assaults on their carriers. Before the break, Adam plays a clip from Real Time with Bill Maher about comedians and cancel culture. Olympian Speed Skater Apolo Ohno joins the show and talks about his new book Hard Pivot: Embrace Change. Find Purpose. Show Up Fully. Adam asks him about the importance of grit as an Olympic athlete and what his training regimen was when he was competing. This leads to a discussion about what happens to athletes physically and mentally after they retire. Then, Adam talks to Apolo about winning Dancing with the Stars and both having Julianne Hough as their partner. Gina reports on today’s news including: An update on Cain Velasquez’s attempted murder charge, Justin Trudeau announcing a ban on foreign investors buying homes in Canada for two years, and a California state bill that would lower the official work week to 32 hours over four days.
Chris joins the gang in-studio to talk about his wedding in Palm Springs last week that everyone was in attendance for. Adam comments on the homeless population out there compared to LA, and talks about the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach that he participated in the next day. Comedian Erik Girffin joins the show and Adam tells him how much he enjoyed the Showtime show Erik was on “I’m Dying Up Here.” Then, they talk a bit about local politics and Adam shows a picture that was sent to him of a big dog sitting in a movie theater. Before the break, they have a discussion about the rise in violent Los Angeles street crime. Erik Griffin stays in-studio and chats with the group about Peyronie’s disease and accidental boners after listening to a fan-submitted voicemail. This leads to a conversation about breast implants and escutcheons. Gina reports on today’s news including: Will Smith getting a 10-year ban from The Oscars, Sam Elliot apologizing for his controversial comments toward “The Power of the Dog,” and Elon Musk not joining Twitter’s board of directors.
Adam talks about getting recognized while he was in Chicago, the confusing laws surrounding gambling in the US, and getting asked to take a COVID test and provide his vaccine card for an upcoming interview. Gina Grad joins Adam on stage while Bald Bryan and Heart lead singer Ann Wilson join via zoom. Adam talks to Ann about his love of Heart’s “Alone”, the process behind adopting her two kids, and the gastric band surgery she got some years ago. Gina reports on today’s news including: Jussie Smollette’s sentencing, a drunk pilot getting removed from the cockpit before takeoff, Overland Park being ranked as one of the happiest cities in the US, a world record broken for most ping pong balls hit with nun chucks, and the new caffeinated donuts. As the show wraps, Adam takes suggestions for a round of “Adam Carolla Is Unprepared.”
Pitch Perfect’s Skylar Astin sits down with Adam and the two reminisce over their first time meeting during the taping of the CBS pilot “Ace in the Hole” in 2009. Adams asks Skylar about growing up in New York and playing little league baseball at a high level. This leads to a discussion on how important repetition is in perfecting one’s craft. Skylar talks about some of the jobs he’s worked in Los Angeles in between acting gigs. Adam asks Skylar about getting cast on the upcoming 18th season of Grey’s Anatomy and the two share stories about working with various TV networks.
Adam is pleased to welcome Vinnie Tortorich back to the studio at the top of Part 1. Adam provides an answer to his question earlier this week about finding piss bottles everywhere, and Vinnie chimes in about long-distance biking, and building his own kayak from scratch. They also discuss the rise of fake foods, cauliflower pizza, and the Mediterranean Diet. Before the break, Gina reads news stories about Russia and Ukraine, Tony Hawk’s broken leg, Kelly Clarkson’s divorce, Phil Collin’s decline, reactions to the ‘Pam & Tommy’ TV series, and finding Ernest Shackleton’s long list ship. In part 2 of today’s podcast, Adam sits down one-on-one with the amazing Jo Koy. The guys talk about Jo’s massive success, beginning with producing and personally paying for his very first Netflix special. They go on to discuss Jo’s love of Eddie Murphy, and flash back to Jo’s chaotic childhood, as well as how he found his own comic voice. Later they talk about personal momentum, living out of hotel rooms, and his relationship with Chelsea Handler. In the last part of the show, the guys talk about Jo making a movie with Steven Spielberg.
Adam opens today’s show talking with Bryan and Gina about a pattern he noticed regarding oil vs. car manufacturing. They also discuss the connection between Sting, John Lennon, and Kamala Harris. Later, Adam brings up Yoko Ono spending money on meaningless billboards, and observations from the Independent Spirit Awards. Then Bald Bryan reviews ‘The Batman’ for this week’s Baldywood. Before the break, Ralph Pezzullo joins the show to discuss ‘Heroes Behind Headlines’, the unintended consequences of information control, why you shouldn’t listen to so-called ‘experts’, and our society constantly being manipulated by fear. Adam is glad to welcome Harland Williams back in studio at the top of Part 2. Adam asks him about his new collection of short stories, and Harland goes on to talk about a strange one-night-stand he had. Adam then tells Harland a scary story, and they discuss a surreal shared experience performing comedy for a private event and hanging out with celebrity impersonators. Later, Harland tells Adam about the time he met Evel Knievel. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about the Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ school bill, big trades in the NFL, Pete Davidson possibly going to space, Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne going back to the UK, and the top saddest (and happiest) songs of all time.
Adam dreads an early flight coming back from Kansas City this weekend before the gang comments on a Man Show Hall of Fame clip honoring Andre The Giant. After that, they chat about Gavin Newsom’s new plan for the homeless population of California and Adam shares a couple of impressive homeless structures. Next, New York Times Bestselling author Brad Meltzer joins the show to talk about his new thriller The Lightning Rod. Adam asks Brad about receiving confidential research information from Bill Clinton & George H.W. Bush and what the government’s response to nuclear war would look like. Brad also talks about having two of his children’s books banned and shares his thoughts on the mystery surrounding Amelia Earhart’s disappearance. Jay Mohr joins the show and talks about his sobriety and makes amends with Adam after his last appearance- where he ran out of gas while high. Then, Adam see’s what it would sound like if “Al Pacino” introduced Bobby Hollander’s Personal Touch porn film. Adam also asks Jay about his relationship with Jeanie Buss and his thoughts on the new HBO series Winning Time. Next, Gina reports on today’s news including: The Supreme Court not reviewing the decision to overturn Bill Cosby’s conviction, Stoli vodka changing its name because of the war, and Drake losing money on UFC 272.
At the top of the pod, Adam talks with Bryan and Gina about the mask mandate finally going away in Los Angeles, despite some very confusing messaging. He then rants about the effectiveness of face masks, and plays a clip (as well as reaction clips) from a recent event where Florida Governor Ron DeSantis told kids they could take their masks off. Adam also chats with some listener callers, and the guys welcome comedian Felipe Esparza to the studio. The guys discuss comedian Byron Allen, as well as Felipe’s upbringing in Mexico, and living in some rougher parts of California as well. Before the break, they talk Felipe’s path to comedy, and trying to cross the border illegally. More Felipe Esparza in studio at the top of Part 2. The guys continue their conversation about living in the valley back in the day, Adam’s time at KROQ, and a time in Felipe’s life when he was hooked on crack. Later, Felipe recalls one of his earliest standup experiences, as well as working for Pizza Hit at Dodger Stadium. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about Melinda Gates’ tell-all interview, more on Russia and Ukraine, and Meghan Markle’s half-sister suing her for defamation.
Adam opens today’s pod cleaning up our recent conversations about Cinderella Man, boxer Max Baer, and The Love Boat. From there, the guys listen back to an acoustic performance from Hanson, and hear a story about the World’s Best Dad. They also talk about Dave Chappelle’s appearance on Crank Yankers, Sonny’s growing love of movies, and some of the ‘burnt offerings’ Adam was forced to watch growing up. Before the break, the guys take a fan phone call. Adam welcomes Jack Osbourne to the studio at the top of Part 2, and he compliments him on being so normal after growing up in a very strange situation. They talk further about the success of ‘The Osbournes’, the era of cancel culture we’re in, and why we should all stop listening to celebrities. Later they discuss Jack’s interest in UFOs, and enjoying sobriety while traveling the world. Gina also reads news stories about Cain Velasquez’s murder charges, and transgender child molester Hannah Tubbs. In the last part of the show, Mark Geragos calls in to announce he’ll be representing Cain, Jack talks about getting sucker punched by a homeless man, and Gina reads one last story about Kim and Kanye.
At the top of the show, Adam shows Bryan and Gina a scene from the Russell Crowe boxing flick, ‘Cinderella Man’. They talk further about the true story of Max Baer, as well as his son, Max Baer Jr. Erik Huberman then joins the podcast to talk with the gang about the importance of branding and marketing. Later, they talk about the new world order of social media and ‘influencers’, consistency of messaging, and navigating the world of outrage culture. Before the break, Gina reads highlights from the State of the Union address, as well as the latest headlines about Ukraine and Russia. Adam welcomes Scott Baio to the studio at the top of Part 2. The guys begin their one-on-one conversation talking about Scott being on TV for the last 50 years, and how to stay humble amidst success. Scott also discusses almost getting fired from two different Garry Marshall shows, and his experiences being recognized by his television persona. Later, the guys talk Covid, Trump, and people being controlled by fear. In the last part of their conversation, Adam and Scott discuss dude vs. chick think, and having a strained relationship with your parents.
Adam opens today’s show talking about more about the SAG Awards In Memoriam, which featured the passing of Love Boat’s Gavin McLeod. It reminds Adam of some especially creepy clips from the show, and the guys go on to talk about Drew’s experience at the Zulu Parade in New Orleans. They also discuss comedian Skip Stevenson, and revisit the legend of Bobby Hollander. Before the break, the guys watch clips from the notorious blooper reel that Adam has been clamoring for, and they also take a couple listener calls. Comedian Jeremiah Watkins is in studio at the top of Part 2. The guys talk about his improvisational standup show which has been running for over a decade, and then flash back to talk about his path to comedy. Later they talk about Jeremiah suddenly being referred to as a ‘ginger’, and they go on to react to more news headlines about Ukraine and Russia. In the last part of the show, Gina reads more news stories about a cargo ship carrying Porsches and Lamborghinis catching on fire, Larry David’s life story coming to the stage, Britney Spears massive publishing deal, and Amanda Bynes’ attempts to end her own conservatorship.
At the top of the show, Adam talks about taping an upcoming episode of Pawn Stars. He also talks about watching the recent SAG Awards, and goes on to discuss blowhard acceptance speeches, thoughts on In Memoriam, and sign language interpreters. Adam then tells Bryan and Gina about Sonny’s school lecture about hurt feelings. Before the break, Chris enters the studio with some Trending Topics, including updates on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the new Lakers TV series ‘Winning Time’, a viral clip of Hanson singing the National Anthem, and early reviews on ‘The Batman’. Carrot Top is on the line at the top of Part 2, and the guys discuss the death of magician and comedian ‘The Amazing Jonathan’. Adam then asks Carrot Top about fabricating props for his act, and how he deals with constantly being recognized. They also discuss Carrot Top’s Las Vegas residency, why he doesn’t have a wife and kids, and wanting the opposite for your private life vs. performing on stage. Later, Carrot Top talks about meeting Burt Reynolds, and his fight with Gallagher. In the last part of the show, the guys respond to a bunch of news stories relating to Ukraine and Russia, as well as updates on mask mandates on the West Coast, and Miami being home to the highest real estate prices in the country.
Adam talks about a local onesie pub crawl, going to Seattle for the day, and the UPenn trans swimmer Lia Thomas crushing more records. Gina, Bryan, and Kyle Dunnigan join the show next and Adam has a chat with “President Joe Biden.” After that, the gang plays a round of ‘Blah Blah Blog.’ Gina reports on today’s news stories including: Hollywood turning the song “Baby Shark” into a movie, an upcoming Michael Jackson biopic being developed, an LA man arrested after attempting to open the airplane door mid-flight, a world record broken for wet sponges to the face, and a teen who froze his nipples off with Axe body spray because of a dare. As the show wraps, Adam takes suggestions for a round of ‘Adam Carolla is Unprepared’.
Adam opens today’s show talking about taping an episode of Bill Maher’s upcoming podcast. Adam also addresses his strained relationship with execs at HBO, and plays a Sting song from the 80s that’s still relevant today. From there, the guys talk about the life of John Ritter. Suzanne Somers is on the show next, and Adam chats with her about her property in Palm Springs, as well as her thoughts on John Ritter. Later, they talk more about the behind the scenes of Three’s Company, Suzanne’s Award-winning run in Las Vegas, and the circumstances surrounding her posing for Playboy. The conversation then transitions to Gut Renew and personal health, and before the break, Alan Hamel chimes in on his Alpha Beta commercials and fighting Malibu fires. Ahmed Ahmed is in studio at the top of Part 2. The guys chat about performing standup all over the place, the ridiculousness of charging for post-show meet and greets, and some of the ‘normal’ jobs Ahmed had before breaking into showbiz. Ahmed also discusses how he moved away from playing terrorist roles, and getting banned from telling certain jokes. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and the ‘Nintendo Generation’ having trouble in basic training. As the show wraps up, Adam tells Ahmed about the last big fight he was in.
At the top of the pod, Adam rants about the highly oppressive California government. He then talks about his upcoming visit with Bill Maher, and plays a clip about criticizing China and the left. Later, Adam shares his excitement about getting to ride in a professional Trans Am car again. Up next, Joe Buscaino returns to the podcast to discuss his run for LA Mayor. Before the break, the guys chat about fixing our homeless crisis, politicians with failed policies, and advocates who are really anarchists. avi Patel is on the line at the top of Part 2. The guys talk about life in Nashville, Ravi’s car problems, and why he’s glad that he left Los Angeles. Adam then shares his own recent Nashville experience, and they go on to discuss Ravi’s sauna and jacuzzi buildout, as well as his new film, ‘Butter’. Later, Gina reads a news story about the murder-suicide involving Bernie Madoff’s sister, and Adam pitches Ravi his idea for ‘AIDS Butler’. In the last part of the show, the guys respond to more news stories about a frozen penis at the winter Olympics, the upcoming Slap Fighting Championship, and Lizzo’s new plus-sized dance competition.
It’s a big day for the Adam Carolla Show, which is celebrating its 13-year anniversary today. Adam talks with Bryan and Gina about the early days of the pod, thoughts on pattern recognition, and a NY Times article about the CDC suppressing information about booster shots. Later they discuss a sandwich controversy amongst the staff, Adam’s recent experience horse riding, and going to church for the very first time in his life. Later, Gina talks about how depressing it is to find affordable real estate in Los Angeles, and Adam rants about vaccine requirements in Seattle. Before the break, the guys take some listener calls. Natasha Henstridge is in studio at the top of Part 2. Adam asks her about break into showbiz, being a world traveler as a child, and filming nude scenes for the movie ‘Species’. Natasha also alludes to her #metoo experiences in Hollywood, and the guys go on to talk about the way the industry treats attractive people. Later, Adam rants about homework, and Gina reads news stories about a fight breaking out during a traditional postgame handshake line, a junior hockey player who punched a ref, and a youth basketball coach who choked a ref. In the last part of the show, Gina reads one more sports-related story about an equal pay settlement for women’s soccer.
Adam begins today’s show telling Bryan and Gina about driving his daughter to school while his son walks, and observations about what is happening on school campuses right now. They also talk about the confusion in Los Angeles about mask mandates, and Adam rants about Barbara Ferrer, AOC, and homelessness. Later, John Bradley zooms in to discuss his role on Game of Thrones, as well as working with director Roland Emmerich in ‘Moonfall’, and acting alongside J. Lo in ‘Marry Me’. Before the break, John teases his new Netflix project with the Game of Thrones showrunners. Dr. Priyanka Wali is in studio next, and Adam asks her for some of her favorite celebrity medical stories. They go on to talk about obesity related issues, her own daily food regiment, and how health fads have changed over the years. The guys also talk about performing standup before and after the pandemic, and why we need to bring humanity back into the field of medicine. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about the wrongful death lawsuit over the ‘Rust’ on-set shooting, the fitness trend of ‘plogging’, and Prince Andrew’s sexual abuse lawsuit settlement.
At the top of the pod, Adam talks with Bryan and Gina about a bizarre commercial he recently saw, and the strange new world of advertising we’ve entered. Adam then takes a listener call about life inside of a submarine, and he gives an update on the KROQ doc. Later, CNBC's Jon and Pete Najarian enter the studio and chat with Adam about the realities of inflation, our highly consumer culture, and why people don’t want to work anymore. Before the break, the guys talk about Lamborghini getting into the NFT game, how the government is handling cryptocurrencies, and getting regular people involved in the stock market. Comedian Tom Rhodes joins the podcast at the top of Part 2, and the guys discuss touring the entire world doing comedy. Adam asks Tom about his favorite places that he’s visited, his early days breaking into standup, and thoughts on the late great Mitch Hedberg. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about Dr. Phil, cyber-flashing, John Mayer, and a new feud between Kanye West and Billie Eilish.
At the top of the show, Adam talks with Bryan and Gina about El Chapo’s escape, and the way William Shatner orders a beer. Adam also looks back on the race makeup of his various youth football teams, and explains how dangerous is it to be so obsessed with ‘representation’. From there, the guys watch a funny clip from Adam’s ‘Dancing with the Stars’ day, as well as a refreshing PSA from Florida about COVID, and a compilation video of people getting hurt using nunchucks. Before the break, the guys review some Trending Topics, including thoughts on pizza toppings, and the latest round of Joe Rogan controversies.
The whole gang is back in studio, and Adam opens the show discussing his epic kayak ride, and accidentally destroying his iPhone. He also gives an update on his recent performances with William Shatner and Dennis Quaid in Brea, and reacts to a Tweet about him being a bad tipper. The gang then talks about Super Bowl Sunday potentially setting a new heat-breaking record, and why there have been such low ratings for the Winter Olympics. Before the break, Dawson explains how drug cartels and avocado prices are related, and Bald Bryan reviews a ton of this year’s Oscar Nominations for this week’s Baldywood. Jon Lovitz is on the line at the top of Part 2, and the guys talk about growing up in the valley compared to what is shown in the new film, ‘Licorice Pizza’. Jon also talks about his early days in the Groundlings, and Adam asks him for his thoughts on both the Whoopi Goldberg and Joe Rogan controversies. Later, the guys talk about getting mistaken for other celebrities. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about Covid Quarantines during the Olympics, updates on the Chinese tennis player who disappeared, mysterious boulders showing up in Koreatown, and nominees for this year’s Razzies.
In front of a live audience at The Reagan Ranch Center in Santa Barbara, CA, Adam begins the show talking about Ronald Reagan's birthday. He also talks about Dennis Quaid's dog humping his leg before the show. Next, Dennis takes the stage along with Bryan and Gina to chat about his upcoming role, playing Ronald Reagan. The gang plays a round of The Rotten Tomatoes Game based on Dennis' vast filmography. Next, Gina reports the news on crows in Sweden being trained to pick up cigarette butts, Domino's pizza offering a 'tip' to anyone who picks up their own pizza, and a man who hasn't taken a shower since the 1950's. Lastly, Dennis joins Adam for a round of 'Unprepared' where they riff on the words 'artificial intelligence,' 'wells,' and 'Egypt.'
Dave Dameshek is in studio right at the top of the pod. Adam talks with him about ‘terrible towels’, and goes on to rant about the upcoming COVID protocols for the Super Bowl at SoFi Stadium. Shek also asks Adam for his thoughts on Fauci, and the guys go on to break down two very different actress performances in a couple of commercials. Before the break, Adam laughs at some of his favorite over-the-top moments from Karate Kid 3. Adam welcomes Martin Kove back to the podcast at the start of Part 2, and congratulates him on the massive success of Cobra Kai. The guys talk more about the legacy of The Karate Kid, and Shek rants about Johnny’s loss in the first film. Adam also pitches a publicity stunt to Martin that he thinks will heal the nation. In the last part of the show, Mark Geragos calls in to comment on Brian Flores suing the NFL.
Kyle Dunnigan is in studio at the top of the show, and the guys discuss Bill Maher’s solar panel complaints, and over-regulation in California. Adam then shows Kyle some videos of porno director Bobby Hollander, and they go on to re-enact a scene of Bobby preparing his next videos. After that, Joey B Toonz joins the pod and complains about society falling apart. Later, the guys talk further about narcissism, mask hypocrisy, and the evolution of vaccine misinformation. Before the break, the guys get Bobby Hollander’s thoughts on vaccines. Actor Phil Morris is on the line at the top of Part 2, and Kyle Dunnigan is still in studio. Adam asks Phil about his father, Greg Morris, and what it was like growing up on the Paramount backlot with a dad on TV. The guys then discuss having a gearhead mind, his new film, ‘Ghosts of the Ozark’, his role on the ‘Love Boat: The Next Wave’, and working with legendary actor Robert Urich. Later, Gina asks Phil about his iconic role on Seinfeld, and Adam asks him about any past regrets selling a car. In the last part of the show, Gina reads a news story about Whoopi Goldberg’s suspension, and Adam asks Pete Davidson for his thoughts.
At the top of the show, Adam talks with Gina about this past weekend of NFL games, and why he won’t be attending the Super Bowl in person. The guys also talk about Bill Maher’s thoughts on over-regulation and hypocrisy in California. Comedian Anthony Rodia then joins the pod to talk about leaving a lucrative job for comedy, not having proper support from teachers and parents, and everyone being an expert on Covid. Before the break, the guys talk about the unintended consequences of everyone trying to control other people’s behaviors. Comedian Anjelah Johnson is in studio at the top of Part 2. Adam chats with her about her upbringing in San Jose, dreaming of being a ‘chola’, and her days being a cheerleader for the Oakland Raiders. They also discuss her path to comedy, and following her dreams of being an actress. Later, Gina asks Anjelah about how comedy has shifted since her earlier character work got her on the map, and if the cycle of cancel culture will ever end. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about Tom Brady’s potential retirement announcement, Joe Rogan’s response to the Neil Young / Spotify scandal, the Canadian truckers' vaccine protest, the death of actor Howard Hesseman, a former Miss USA that jumped from a Manhattan building, and a scary PSA on human trafficking.
Alonzo Bodden is in studio right at the top of the podcast. The guys talk about the benefits of being bald, BMW touring bikes, and the pros and cons of living off of Pacific Coast Highway. They also discuss the stereotypes associated with motorcyclists, the driving abilities of Jay Leno, and more on creepy porno director Bobby Hollander. Before the break, the guys learn the tragic story of porn star Shauna Grant, and discover a rare Bobby Hollander blooper reel. Alonzo Bodden is still in studio as the guys jump into Trending Topics, including Reddit’s ‘Anti-Work’ Subreddit, celebs who insure body parts, hate for Pat Mahomes’ fiancé, and a historic Jeopardy run coming to an end. Later, Gina reads news stories about Spotify removing Neil Young’s music, a Bollywood star cleared of obscenity over a 2007 Richard Gere kiss, Prince Andrew demanding a trial in the US, and Antonio Brown’s weird claims. As the show wraps up, Alonzo talks about Terry Crews taking an important acting role from him, opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Adam opens today’s podcast talking to Gina about Bald Bryan’s COVID diagnosis. The guys then discuss Napoleon’s black general, and watch more bizarre clips featuring porn director Bobby Hollander. Gina also gives a neighborhood leaf blower update, and Adam rants about bad hairstyles being forced upon people. Later, Brad Williams is in studio to address the Peter Dinklage / Snow White controversy, being an unofficial spokesperson for all dwarfs, and how his daughter is doing. Before the break, the guys talk about the most famous dwarf dancer: Lil’ Sassy Cassee. Carole Baskin is on the line at the top of Part 2, and the guys talk about the success of Tiger King at the start of the pandemic. They also talk about world of big cat rescue, why America is mostly responsible for the extinction of tigers, and having Kate McKinnon playing her in an upcoming Tiger King TV series. Later, Adam talks about Paul Newman’s birthday, and has ‘Ted Koppel’ read more inappropriate rap lyrics. As the show wraps up, Gina reads news stories about shoplifting without a care, a Real Housewives star getting fired over a ‘racist’ social media post, copper pipes stolen from a New York theater, and a new Trash for Beer initiative.
At the top of the show, Adam discusses a few songs he stumbled across with two very different dads. Gina also shares a similar song of terrible parenting, and Adam addresses Russell Brand’s reaction to being called ‘right wing’, and goes on to tell a story about a conversation with the school nurse about Sonny and COVID. Before the break, the guys take some listener calls and attempt to figure out who is the biggest fan. Author Mark Bauerlein is on the line at the top of Part 2, and he compliments Adam on his ability to read between the lines with listener calls going back to the Loveline days. Mark then discusses his new book on the rise of Millennials and the impact it’s still having to this day. They also talk about the shift from controlling people’s words to controlling people’s ideas. In the last part of the show, Gina gives an update on Trudeau’s fight against the Freedom Convoy, a gun maker involved in the Sandy Hook shooting paying $73 million to victims’ families, and more on the death of Bob Saget.
Adam is pleased to welcome comedian Jodi Miller back in studio. The guys talk about ‘mouth-breathers’, no water policies in youth sports growing up, and Jodi’s deviated septum surgery. The guys then talk more about male cheerleading spotters, and watch a viral clip of a news correspondent getting hit by a car on live TV. Later, Jason Miller calls in to discuss building an alternative social media platform, embracing free speech, and protecting the data of their users. Before the break, Adam asks Jason about his relationships with both Joe Rogan and Donald Trump. Andy Dick joins the podcast at the top of Part 2. Adam recalls how Andy was the inspiration for building his own podcast studio, and then he asks Andy about his daily schedule, his relationship status, and how he first broke into showbiz. Andy also shares a near-death experience involving fentanyl, and Adam asks Andy about his sobriety. In the last part of the show, Jodi reads news stories about Kathy Griffin, an Oscar Meyer facial mask, Alec Baldwin getting sued, Dolly Parton’s birthday, and a deleted scene from House of Gucci.
Adam welcomes Dave Dameshek back in studio right at the top of Part 1. The guys talk about how different generations react to fast food condiment packets, and thoughts on some TV cliches as it pertains to Chinese food. They also discuss passive-aggressive behaviors, crock-pots, and coasters. Before the break, Shek gives an update on Kimmel’s Fantasy Football league, and Chris enters the studio with Trending Topics about a Missed Connection shamed on TikTok, a girl who glitter bombed her cheating boyfriend, and the latest in the world of K-pop. Adam chats with Jim Belushi 1-on-1 in Part 2 of today’s podcast. The guys begin by discussing Jim’s property out in Oregon. They also talk about the legalization and benefits of cannabis, Jim’s favorite strains, and trying to educate consumers on what’s happening in the marijuana industry. Later, Adam asks Jim about his time on Saturday Night Live, his relationship with his brother John, and becoming more philosophical with age. In the last part of the show, Adam and Jim chat about how cannabis can help aid in moving past trauma, love for the legendary ‘Blues Brothers’ movie, and Jim’s friendship with Dan Aykroyd.
At the top of the show, Adam tells Bryan and Gina about the new documentary, ‘Adrienne’ which tells the tragic story of indie filmmaker Adrienne Shelly. Gina then talks about the new musical ‘Tick, Tick, Boom’, and Adam teases a bit he’ll be doing with Dave Dameshek later in the podcast. Up next, the guys talk about the A-Team, and take a call about getting your catalytic converter stolen. Adam also discusses some Safelite commercials, and facts about Jim Carrey preparing for ‘The Grinch’. Before the break, Adam talks with ‘KC’ about vigilante justice, a crazy kidnapping case he resolved, and the strange experience of leading a double life. Dave Dameshek is in studio at the top of Part 2, and the guys discuss the passing of ‘The Big Ragu’. Everyone then pitches ideas for an imaginary restaurant called ‘Blandinos’. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about Alec Baldwin, Jussie Smollett, and the new Beatles documentary.
At the top of today’s pod, comedian Jodi Miller returns to the studio, filling in for Gina Grad. Adam chats with Jodi and Bryan about getting confused for Norm Macdonald, as well as his thoughts on drive-thrus, spitting gum out the window, and how people dispose of trash. The guys then play a clip from Jodi’s AGT appearance, and Adam talks about taking a shuttle to the Rams game, which sparks a debate about sitting in the front seat when you take an Uber. Later, film critic Christian Toto joins the pod to discuss wokeness in Hollywood, predictions for this year’s Oscars, and who would be the ideal host. Before the break, Adam recalls some of the Oscar jokes he wrote that didn’t make it to air.
After a killer tool box intro, Adam starts this week’s pods with a rant about how LA has become a garbage dump, and the terrible policies that allowed it to happen. The guys then listen to a clip of Bob Saget and Norm Macdonald, and learn about what happened to one of the lesser-known child actors from the film ‘Bugsy Malone’. Before the break, in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the guys play a super woke round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game. Maurice Benard is in studio at the top of Part 2, and the guys discuss his 28 years on General Hospital. They go to talk about how he deals with bi-polar disorder, managing his anxiety during the pandemic, and the power of meditation. Later they discuss filming fan videos on Cameo, having memory issues, and the beauty of soap operas. In the last part of the show, Maurice shares a crazy story about a schizophrenic stalker, and Gina reads news stories about Navient paying $1.7 Billion in student loans, RFK assassin Sirhan Sirhan denied parole, updates on the naked baby from the Nirvana album cover, Kanye West accused of battery, rumors of Pete Davidson hosting the Oscars, and Lays’ upcoming Super Bowl commercial.
At the top of the show, Adam shares an unusual story involving Drake and hot sauce. Chris also joins the studio with some Trending Topics, and the guys go on to talk about first date rituals, Spider-Man, and scrappy people who just want to argue. Adam then talks with Paul Janeway about his incredible band, ‘St. Paul and the Broken Bones’, and his dreams of being a preacher growing up. Before the break, Paul chats further about his childhood, and musical influences. Jeff Richards is in studio at the top of Part 2, and the guys talks about his long list of celebrity impressions, including one of the Aceman himself. They also discuss how Jeff first got his gigs on both Mad TV and Saturday Night Live, and they go on to chat about some of his more memorable sketches, including ‘Drunk Girl’. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about Prince Andrew, Bob Saget, more on the controversial ‘snow shoveling’ Tweet, updates on the ‘Rust’ on-set shooting, and new color changing car technology.
Adam beings today’s pod with a tease of today’s Hypnotist guest. Adam then rants about Heidi Klum, and what he’s noticed about people and patterns. From there, the guys do a follow up on yesterday’s crazy Love Boat clip, and then Adam talks about prolific black tennis player Arthur Ashe. Before the break, Adam chats with Tracy Beckmann and Danny Heller about helping producer Chris with a wedding venue, working with In N Out Burger on their iconic artwork, and John Lautner’s amazing architecture. Hypnotist Chris Jones is in studio at the top of Part 2, along with a hypnotized Gina Grad and Mike Dawson. Adam asks Chris about how he became a hypnotist, the best and worst types of subjects for hypnotizing, and what most people are trying to do with hypnosis. Later Chris talks about some of the athletes he’s been working with, and demonstrates the power of hypnosis on both Gina and Dawson. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about Canada penalizing the un-vaxxed, surrendering infants to a ‘baby box’, Tom Brady helping Rob Gronkowski reach his $500,000 incentive, and a Canadian politician who posted a photo of his wife shoveling snow after a 12-hour hospital shift.
Adam opens today’s podcast sharing his thoughts on how horror movies jumped the shark a long time ago. He goes on to discuss the Pope’s comments about humans being selfish, and then plays a very disturbing clip from his recent viewing of The Love Boat. Jeff Ross then calls in to share some thoughts on Bob Saget, and Bob’s unlikely friendship with John Mayer. Adam then plays a clip of today’s guest, David Rubenstein, interviewing Fauci about pandemics back in 2019, and contrasts it to the way Fauci actually handled the pandemic. Before the break, Adam introduces ‘1970s Guy’. Adam welcomes David Rubenstein to the podcast at the top of Part 2. The guys talk about how David first came to interview Fauci prior to the pandemic, and the notion that we’ve become a nation of interviewers. Adam then asks David about ‘The Giving Pledge’, and the guys go on to discuss David’s career path, thoughts on the country’s current challenges, and how money and happiness are not mutually exclusive. Later they discuss the Bernie Madoff scandal, the truth about campaign funds, and why politicians need to stop arguing (but never will). In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about the first man to receive a heart transplant from a pig, Clay Aiken running for congress again, the death of Magawa the mine-sniffing rat, updates on the Super Bowl Halftime Show, and the death of GLOW icon Deanna Booher.
Adam opens today’s podcast sharing his thoughts on how horror movies jumped the shark a long time ago. He goes on to discuss the Pope’s comments about humans being selfish, and then plays a very disturbing clip from his recent viewing of The Love Boat. Jeff Ross then calls in to share some thoughts on Bob Saget, and Bob’s unlikely friendship with John Mayer. Adam then plays a clip of today’s guest, David Rubenstein, interviewing Fauci about pandemics back in 2019, and contrasts it to the way Fauci actually handled the pandemic. Before the break, Adam introduces ‘1970s Guy’. Adam welcomes Deadmau5 in studio at the top of Part 2. The guys talk about some of the biggest crowds that Deadmau5 has played to, as well as the origins of his DJ name, and the story of his rise to fame. They also discuss what the crowds are like in terms of drug use, having ‘FOMO’, and how his personality has changed in the last ten years. Before heading out, Adam and Deadmau5 chat about cars and celebrity auctions. In the last part of the show, the guys talk about the death of Robert Durst, this year’s Golden Globe winners, COVID-sniffing dogs, a viral video of someone escaping death on train tracks, and upcoming memorabilia auctions, and Deadmau5’s plans to perform in space.
Adam begins today’s podcast talking about the aftermath of Antonio Brown’s mid-game walk-off. They also talk about the death of NFL coach and player Dan Reeves, and what Adam learned about Aquamation from ‘Casket Steve’. Gina then plays a video of a guy leaf blowing an empty parking lot, and Adam describes his plans for a nap room. Before the break, Gina plays Adam some ridiculous vintage sitcom credits, and the guys take listener calls about pivoting from radio to podcasts, songs that can’t be played anymore, and Bald Bryan’s improved comedy chops. Adam Ferrara is back in studio at the top of Part 2. Carolla asks him about his relationship with his blue collar dad, and lessons learned on the construction site. The guys also chat about working with Barrett-Jackson auctions, the state of the network sitcom, and crazy experiences using ‘launch control’ in cars. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about more mask mandates in LA, postponing the Grammys, sexual allegations against Chris Noth, upcoming laws around the world, and denied inappropriate license plates.
Adam and Bryan chat with Gina over Zoom about her recent positive COVID test. The gang anticipates Scott Baio’s appearance on today’s show and Adam plays a clip of The Man Show where Jimmy Kimmel inducts Scott into the Man Show Hall of Fame. Next, Adam brings up a story about Lebron James tweeting an NBA announcer who made a very unfortunate mistake during a broadcast. Gina then reports news stories on: the deaths of Sidney Poitier and Peter Bogdonavich, the sentencing of Ahmaud Arbery’s murderers, the NFL maybe be getting rid of the Wonderlic Test, and Britney Spears’ latest nude Instagram posts. Scott Baio joins Adam in studio for a conversation about his career trajectory, from ‘Bugsy Malone’ to ‘Happy Days’ and ‘Joanie Loves Chachi’. Scott recalls his meteoric rise to teenage superstardom and shares insightful stories about his former co-stars including Jodie Foster, Erin Moran, Henry Winkler, and Ron Howard. The two then chat how America’s political atmosphere has changed over the years and they share their issues with the media’s involvement within the societal divide.
Today’s pod opens with a conversation about Adam’s time playing ‘Million Dollar Password’, opposite today’s guest Sebastian Davis. They also talk about Sebastian’s work as the Cart Narc, and they go on to discuss problems with the self-esteem movement, and a reason to hate Betty White. Later, Adam brings up the story of a stolen James Bond Aston Martin that was reportedly sighted in the Middle East after almost 25 years. Before the break, the guys play a round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game. Sebastian Davis is in studio next, and Adam talks with him about his performance on ‘Million Dollar Password’. They also talk about producing the popular morning radio show ‘The Woody Show’, and some of the crazy characters the guys had to work with back in the day. Later, Adam asks Sebastian about the origins of Cart Narcs, which reminds Bald Bryan of his time working at a grocery store. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about Andrew Cuomo, Elizabeth Holmes, the Golden Globes, the Taliban, and Desmond Tutu's ‘aquamation’.
Adam kicks off the new year lamenting about coffee mugs left out over the break. Then he talks about unusual traffic due to mudslides in Santa Monica and a tree falling onto the street. Next, Gina recaps her vacation to Joshua Tree, seeing Straight No Chaser perform during a power outage, and playing board games with her family. Chris shares Trending Topics on a “Karen” aboard a Delta Flight, Deadspin’s Idiot of the Year list, and a teacher sinking a full court shot for her students. Adam talks about being late to his New Year’s Eve show not being able to get in the backdoor. Gina reports the news on the passing of Betty White and Andy Cohen’s drunken New Year’s Eve rant about Bill DeBlasio. Adam also shares a clip of him and Betty White on Million Dollar Password.
Adam opens today’s show talking with Bryan and Gina about growing up a dim wit, and yet also very witty. He also complains about his kids still not going back to school despite it being the new year, and floats his theory about women getting crazier as more pressure mounts. From there, the guys talk about Turduckens, ‘The Century Club’, and Adam’s dad’s appearance in a film featuring a young Paula Abdul. Before the break, the guys take listener calls about Dave Chappelle, Stephanie Matto, and charities for Bald Bryan to consider. Adam is excited to welcome Darrell Hammond in studio at the top of Part 2. The guys chat about his experience auditioning for SNL, how he honed his ability to mimic voices, and struggles with substance abuse over the years. Darrell also recalls getting arrested in The Bahamas, his final moments with his father, and his strained relationship with his mother. In the last part of the show, the guys talk more about the pressure of imitating real people, thoughts on the current cast of Saturday Night Live, and running an impression workshop alongside Jay Mohr.
At the top of the pod, Adam talks with Bryan and Gina about the types of tradesmen who always blame the past person’s work. Adam also breaks down some recent NFL game film. From there, the guys debate whether or not you ‘call in sick’ or ‘call out sick’, and Chris joins the studio with some Trending Topics. As the half wraps up, the guys comment on Steve Harvey hosting Miss Universe, and J.K. Rowling’s response to an article about policing in Scotland. Adrianne Curry is on the line at the top of Part 2 of today’s show. The conversation begins with talk about living in deep woods Montana. They also talk about being on ‘The Match Game’ together, Adrianne’s experience winning the first season of ‘America’s Next Top Model’, and early uncomfortable experiences in showbiz. They also talk about the emasculation of men, Adrianne’s very manly husband, and her skills behind the trigger. Later they talk about ‘brain tanning’, watching society fall apart during Coronavirus, and a list of the fastest growing cities in America. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about Hollywood boycotting the Golden Globes, the latest on Armie Hammer, Peleton’s reaction to the return of Sex and the City, and Elon Musk becoming Time Magazine’s Person of the Year.
As today’s podcast begins, Adam talks to Bryan and Gina about the bizarre hit TV series ‘The Flying Nun’. They also talk about the portrayal of car dealerships over the years, and Adam mentions the upcoming Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl, happening this weekend. From there, the guys talk about some of Adam’s least favorite Christmas songs, and Adam takes a call from Jason Gannon to discuss how he became the Managing Director of SoFi Stadium, and also thoughts on mask mandates, working with Kimmel, and predictions for the Super Bowl. Adam welcomes Adam Ray to the studio, who’s all dressed up as Santa Claus. The show quickly turns to talk about sex robots, and other gifts that kids are asking for this Christmas. They go on to talk about the worst gift Adam ever got, and they talk with a fan looking to be cheered up by Santa. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about Jussie Smollett, Kim Kardashian, Caitlyn Jenner, Michael Strahan, and everyone shares their thoughts on breast reduction surgery.
Adam revisits an article about light poles in San Francisco falling over because of urine damage. Adam then talks about the Jet Center in Van Nuys, CA and Dawson reads some tweets from celebrities and politicians who reacted too hastily to Jussie Smollett’s claims. Adam responds to a voicemail talking about when apartments were considered cool and the gang plays a cold weather-themed round of ‘The Rotten Tomatoes Game’. They also relisten to their initial reactions to the Jussie Smollett story back in January 2019. Spirits expert Dan Dunn returns to the show to share some holiday cocktail recipes for eggnog and Irish coffee. Gina then reports on today’s news stories including: Time Magazine’s athlete of the year, Pantone’s 2022 color of the year, most mispronounced words of the year, the boss who fired 900 employees over zoom is taking time off work, an update on the Fonzie jacket and motorcycle auction, a new Oreo flavored wine.
Today’s show opens with a brief conversation about Gary Sinise’s incredible filmography. Adam then talks about changing his mind about fake Christmas trees, and the guys share some more mean grandma stories. The guys also take some listener calls about tour buses, RG3’s upcoming tell-all, family trips to Disneyland, and what it takes to pull balls at the next Unprepared performance. Before the break, Adam takes a call from Mr. Skin to discuss his yearly countdown of the year’s best nude scenes. Gary Sinise is on the line at the top of Part 2, and Adam talks with him about the enjoyment of watching Gary’s band perform multiple times. Gary also talks about his charity work, including taking kids to Disneyland every year. From there, the gang asks Gary to discuss his experiences working on Forrest Gump and Apollo 13. Before heading out, Gary explains how his interests shifted after 9/11, and his lifelong mission to help veterans. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about the nation’s rise in homicides, the ‘Live in Front of a Studio Audience’ tapings, Tom Brady’s latest accolades, $1 million Super Bowl Suites at SoFi, Henry Winkler’s memorabilia auction, and a kid who solves Rubik’s Cubes on a unicycle.
Adam opens today’s show talking with Bryan and Gina about his quest to find some low carb beer. He also shares a racist joke from The Love Boat, and the guys go through some submissions for ‘Blandinos’. Chris then joins the studio with some Trending Topics, including catfish dating, police making a restaurant staff uncomfortable, a congressman’s inappropriate Christmas card, and the best gifts to buy for men. Actor Keith David is on the line at the top of Part 2, and Adam asks him about his incredible career, and his work in iconic films early on like The Thing and Platoon. Bryan also asks Keith about his role in ‘They Live’, and Keith goes on to speak about the intensity of acting on Broadway. Before heading out, Keith recalls what Times Square was like in his high school days, as well as his experiences filming Cloud Atlas. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about our relationship with China, ignored signs in the leadup the latest school shooting, an upcoming expose on the Washington Football Team, and Lindsay Lohan’s mom going to jail for a DWI.
Adam opens today’s podcast talking to Bryan and Gina about his crazy morning of press, including some nearly-overlapping hits, and a chat with Artie Lange. They also talk about the increased need for attack crows, Dawson’s love of Jack in the Box, and second hand smoke commercials. T.J. Miller then calls in to talk about his trip to upstate New York, awkward conversations with drivers, and his varied career from ‘Deadpool’ to ‘Office Christmas Party’ to ‘Gravity Falls’. Later, the guys make fun of people who answer their phones in public bathrooms, and watch a classic Man Show sketch. Before the break, Chris enters the studio with some Trending Topics. Jeremy Popoff of ‘Lit’ is on the line at the top of Part 2, and Adam talks with him about life in Tennessee, and a video that’s recently gone viral of them joining a cover band to sing their hit song ‘My Own Worst Enemy’. Adam also announces that Lit will be performing at next year’s Carolla Drinks Family BBQ, and Jeremy goes on to talk about his new podcast, the band’s rise to success, and thoughts on the recent documentary about Woodstock ’99.
At the top of today’s show, Adam recalls his Thanksgiving weekend, which involved a very inconvenient power outage at home. Bryan and Gina also chat about their own food extravaganzas, as well as some uncomfortable spa scenarios. Ian Bagg then returns to the podcast to talk about celebrating Thanksgiving in Las Vegas, as well as detail a couple of true crime stories for this week’s ‘Body Bagg’ segment. Adam welcomes Ethan Nicolle to the podcast, who is the Creative Director of The Babylon Bee. The guys talk about how the lines between truth and fiction have begun to blur, making satirical writing harder than it was before. They also talk about Big Tech getting overly involved in censorship, weird piercings, and the origins of the hilarious ‘Axe Cop’. Later, Gina reads news stories about more weird laws in China, flash mob looting, the Ahmaud Arbery trial, and Matthew McConaughey’s announcement that he’s not running for Governor. As the show wraps up, everyone comments on Dave Chappelle, the Boston Market Thanksgiving debacle, and the return of Magic Mike.
Today’s pod opens with a conversation about breath mints, placebos, and oatmeal cookies. The group then laughs at the viral Mac’n’Cheese lady video, and everyone complains about people screwing up their Thanksgiving side dishes. From there, Adam, Gina and Bryan analyze some recent SNL sketches, and they go on to discuss the recent Adele interview walk-off. Before the break, the guys play a round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game. Comedian Pete Lee returns to the podcast at the top of Part 2. Adam begins by asking Pete about his recent comedy tour, and they also talk about his love of wrestling as a kid, trying to get lobster when you’re poor, and his relationship with Tony Hawk. Gina then talks about Andrew Cuomo’s sexual harassment allegations, Kevin Spacey’s $31 million payment to the ‘House of Cards’ production company, Michael Strahan going to space, live performances of Diff’rent Strokes and The Facts of Life, a ban on lobsters being boiled alive, and some Thanksgiving turkey facts.
Comedian Eleanor Kerrigan joins the show and talks to Adam about growing up in Philadelphia and starting out as a waitress at The Comedy Store. Adam plays a clip of Adele being interviewed by Oprah about her weight. After that, Eleanor talks about being engaged to Andrew Dice Clay and being a female wrestler. Adam then shares a clip of Jim Acosta on CNN.
Adam is pleased to welcome author and journalist Malcolm Gladwell for a one-on-one interview in Part 2 of today’s show. They begin by comparing their similar hair styles, and go on to discuss Malcolm’s new audiobook, ‘Miracle and Wonder’. Adam then tells Malcolm about never learning how to read, and the guys go on to talk about how that perfectly prepared Adam for radio. Later they discuss people getting confused that Malcolm worked on ‘Freakonomics’, what motivates criminals, and the differences between rock stars Paul Simon and Sting. In the last part of the show, Adam talks with Malcolm about career longevity.
Eleanor talks about being engaged to Andrew Dice Clay and being a female wrestler. Adam then shares a clip of Jim Acosta on CNN. Next, Dawson reports on today’s news including: the protests following the Rittenhouse verdict, criminals loot a Louis Vuitton store, and an armored car that spilled cash all over the freeway in San Diego.
Adam opens today’s show talking with Bryan and Gina about what he learned from the recent David Foster documentary, including the crazy story of his car accident involving Ben Vereen. Gina then talks about watching ‘Mommie Dearest’ for the first time, and Adam complains about Sonny staying home from school. Later they compare the lunches of their youths to the childhood lunches of today, and they go on to talk with a caller about mean grandmas. Before the break, Chris joins the studio with some Trending Topics and viral videos. Brian Baumgartner is on the line at the top of Part 2, and he jokes with the gang about his terrible hotel room. They also talk about ‘Welcome to Dunder Mifflin: The Ultimate Oral History of The Office’, and they discuss why the show has become so popular. Gina also asks Brian if there are any favorite scenes left on the cutting room floor, and for additional thoughts on his Office character, Kevin. Later Brian talks about his success on ‘Cameo’, and the guys watch video of Ralphie May taking a spill on Jimmy Kimmel Live. As the show wraps up, Gina reads news stories about HIV curing itself, the sentencing of the QAnon Shaman, Miramax suing Quentin Tarantino, The Duke Ellington School of the Arts, pet murder, pie-sized peanut butter cups, Jeff Bezos’ predictions for the future, and the world’s tiniest functioning hand gun.
Ace and the gang open the show complaining about the mid-November heatwave in Los Angeles. They also talk about the return of Aaron Rodgers, a recent Bill Maher interview, and mean grandmas. Adam then tells a story about Natalia having friends over and wearing his travel neck pillow. Next, journalist Rav Aurora enters the studio to chat with the guys about his post-high school journalism career, and the guys watch a strange commercial about trusting doctors. Later they discuss studies about racism, problems with the progressive movement, and why Adam makes judgements while he drives.
Before the break, Gina reads news stories about Britney Spears, Marilyn Manson, Elon Musk, and Bernie Sanders.
Andrew Yang joins Adam in Part 3 of today’s show for a one-on-one interview. Adam asks Andrew about establishing a third party, having more competition in our politics, and thoughts on the media’s role in our current mess. Later they talk about universal basic income, energy alternatives, other facets of the Forward Party, and predictions for the 2024 Presidential Election. In the last part of the show, Adam and Andrew discuss the failings of the CDC early on in the pandemic.
Adam sits down with the founder of Papa John’s Pizza, John Schnatter. They talk about John about starting his business in the back of his father’s tavern in Indiana and Adam asks about franchising a business and how McDonald’s became the most profitable eating establishment in the world. John then details the various events that got him in trouble with the NFL and eventually ousted from his company. Lastly, Adam asks John about his business plans for the future.
Part 2 of today’s podcast is a 1-on-1 conversation between Adam and Jay Leno. The guys begin by talking about comedians who waste time doing crowd work, Jay’s incredible memory, and wrapping your mind around people’s feedback on your work. They also chat about being interested in both comedy and mechanics, a typical day in the life for Jay, and putting together his incredible car collection. Later, Adam asks Jay about his early days of standup comedy, and they go on to discuss comedians that Jay thinks are great. In the last part of the show, Adam asks Jay about his religious beliefs, and Jay tells a story about Rodney Dangerfield.
As today’s podcast opens, Adam talks to Bryan and Gina about how COVID has warped our sense of danger and fear, applying it to a scenario from the Kyle Rittenhouse shooting. The guys talk a bit more about the current trial, and then take a listener call about giving Gina a raise. Later, John Phillips, attorney to ‘Tiger King’ Joe Exotic, talks about Joe’s life in prison since the first docuseries aired. Before the break, the guys ask John for his thoughts on Travis Scott, Kyle Rittenhouse, and the people involved in the Tiger King scandal.
Mark Normand is in studio at the top of Part 2, and the guys talk about kids who spend too much time on their hair, ‘secondary sniff’, and America’s progress on weed. They also discuss money becoming invisible and vax mandates at performance venues.
In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about Andy Dick’s latest arrest, YouTube no longer publicly showing ‘dislikes’, big movie items going up for auction, Sam Adam’s ‘Space Craft’ beer, a Portuguese law banning employers from contacting employees after work hours, ‘ethical non-monogomy’, and a guy who paid off student loans by eating for free at Six Flags for seven years.
Adam opens today’s show talking about his love of the band Lynyrd Skynyrd, and what he learned about the origins of the band’s name. Gina then talks about a strange confrontation she had at a Trader Joes. Up next, the guys play a John Candy themed round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game. Before the break, Seggie and Charlie of ‘Straight No Chaser’ join the pod to play to discuss becoming a Christmas tradition for lots of families, and to show off some new songs for the crew.
Adam welcomes Jennifer Tilly to the podcast at the top of Part 2, and the guys talk about their shared experience on ‘Politically Incorrect’ back in 1999. Jennifer also discusses her appearances on Johnny Carson, her relationship with ex-husband and Simpson’s co-creator Sam Simon, and the beautiful women on Charlie’s Angels. Later, Jennifer recalls her early days of trying to break into Hollywood, and the guys talk about shame, veganism, and working with The Wachowski Siblings.
In the last part of the show, Gina reads news story about John Cleese, Paul Rudd, Pete Davidson, Emily Ratajkowski, and a brothel’s attempts at administering vaccines.
At the top of the podcast, Adam complains about backpacks that have too many flaps and pouches for things to disappear into. The guys then listen to a mashup featuring Jim Carolla, followed by the Elvis version of the 2001 theme. Adam also talks about the people that his parents looked up to, and the guys take some listener calls. Later, Adam talks about the odyssey of getting his own unicycle as a child.
Adam and Brian Kilmeade have a 1-on-1 conversation in Part 2 of today’s podcast. Adam begins by asking Brian what inspired him to write his new book, ‘The President and the Freedom Fighter: Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, and Their Battle to Save America’s Soul’. They also talk about grit, ‘white priveledge’, and why you shouldn’t expect politicians to do anything for you. From there, the guys discuss the failures of the Biden presidency, and they go on to chat about cries of racism, and what our country needs to breakthrough and succeed again. In the last part of the show, Adam and Brian talk about comedians beginning to speak up, and why we all need to stop apologizing.
Before the break, Gina reads news stories about more problems on the set of ‘Rust’, Oscar Pistorius becoming eligible for parole, the fight against Texas’ new abortion law, and more on Jeff Bezos and Leonardo DiCaprio.
Today’s podcast begins with talk about Adam’s recent trip to Baltimore and Philadelphia, which includes Adam’s disgusting pre-flight decision, some travel woes at TSA, and a fan who made him an RCS ribbon. Gina also tells Adam about her husband’s love of running marathons, and Adam plays a clip from a recent Bill Maher interview with Amy Klobuchar about vaccines that will never end. Celebrity Psychic Jonathan Mark then calls in, and Adam asks him about working with the FBI and police to help solve crimes, as well as when he first discovered his psychic abilities. Before the break, Jonathan and Gina break down the psychic reading they did a couple weeks ago.
Kirk Fox is in studio next, and Adam talks to him about his unique style of stand-up comedy. They also chat about his attempts at going pro in Tennis, being briefly married to Clint Eastwood’s daughter, and his path to standup comedy. Later they discuss why Kirk wants to live in the 1860s, meeting Hugh Jackman at the Comedy Store, and Kirk’s role on the TV series ‘Reservation Dogs’.
In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about The Rock’s new policy on guns on film sets, results from a big NASCAR race this weekend, Emilio Estevez stepping away from The Mighty Ducks Season 2, more on the Johnny Depp / Amber Heard lawsuits, a woman who was rescued from her captor thanks to TikTok, the trend of ‘skimpflation’, a new grading system in LA and San Diego, and a racist and homophobic robot.
William Shatner joins the show and talks about his Blue Origin's flight into space last month. This leads to a philosophical discussion about taking risks based on your age. The two also chat about legacy and William shares a few thoughts about George Takei.
Adam plays a side-by-side comparison of Colin Kaepernick’s voice at an NFL press conference 10 years ago vs his new Netflix show. Then, Adam shows a new version of the Recyclarolla and the gang discuss scratch and sniff stickers. The gang takes a call from a pro wrestling fan who wants to pull balls at the upcoming ‘Adam Carolla Is Unprepared’ show in Baltimore. Next, Adam talks to callers about fake football player names, an update to Rich Man Poor Man called Woke Man Broke Man, and Raiders WR Henry Ruggs killing someone in a DUI accident. After that, the guys play a Rotten Tomatoes Game based on transformations. The Sopranos’ actor Federico Castelluccio joins the show and Adam asks him about painting a portrait for George Burns when he was 17. After that, Federico talks about getting cast on The Sopranos. Before the break, Adam asks about a 17th-century painting that Federico bought at an auction for $140K with an actual value of millions of dollars.
The Go-Go’s drummer Gina Schock joins the show and talks about being inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame last week. Then, Adam talks about The Go-Go’s songs being played while he was working at KROQ. After that, Gina talks about the early days of The Go-Go’s, including road stories and Rodney Bingenheimer’s contribution to breaking bands in Los Angeles.
Gina reports on today’s news including: Minneapolis voters rejecting a measure to replace the police department, Q-Anon supporters gathering in Dallas over a theory that JFK Jr. will emerge, a Jack Skellington balloon that pilots thought was ‘Jet Pack Man,’ and chef Mario Batali to face trial in April over sexual misconduct.
Before they wrap, Gina reports on today’s news including: Elon Musk’s tweet offering $6 Billion to end world hunger, Shaq not giving any of his money to his sons, a generous gift from the Spanx CEO to her employees, and Quentin Tarantino selling Pulp Fiction NFT’s
Author Bjorn Lomborg returns to the show to talk about the current state of Sweden’s COVID tactics and the media’s response. The two also chat about world leaders failing to attack climate change issues. Additionally, they go over various energy options including nuclear, wind, and solar. Lastly, Adam asks if Bjorn has noticed a shift in the way society has accepted his thoughts on these issues.
Adam quickly recaps his shows at the Brea Improv on Saturday and talks about Jay Leno’s meticulous preparation and photographic memory. Next, he talks about the movie Bright Lights, Big City and recalls reading the book on which it was based. Adam shares a clip from Bill Maher’s latest New Rules about word inflation and the gang watches the opening of Colin Kaepernick’s new Netflix series- which compares the NFL combine to slavery.
Gina reports on today’s news including: Alec Baldwin speaking to the media about the Rust incident, the Rust armorer’s statement, Brendan Fraser cast in an upcoming Batgirl movie, a brawl at a Miami dog show, a Florida teacher in hot water for taking kids on a field trip to a gay bar, and Greene County officials looking for an individual who parked a house in the middle of the road.
Greg Fitzsimmons joins the show and talks about a Grateful Dead concert he attended last night. This leads to a discussion about taking magic mushrooms. Then Greg talks about seeing the Rolling Stones recently at SoFi Stadium. After that, Adam tells Greg about a frustrating situation he got into during the taping of his special over the weekend.
Meghan McCain joins the show and talks to Adam about being a panelist guest on The Jay Leno Show with him about 10 years ago. Then, Adam asks about her experience being a co-host on The View and her relationships with her co-hosts. Also, Meghan recalls a few stories about her father, including when he was a prisoner of war. Meghan asks Adam about his recent discussion with Ben Shapiro and if his political views have cost him business. After that, Adam and Meghan have a discussion about distrusting the media and Joe Biden’s presidency.
Before the break, Gina reports on today’s news including: Kim Kardashian photographed holding hands with Pete Davidson, Ice Cube walking away from a $9 million movie paycheck due to its vaccine mandate, a non-alcoholic bar opening in Iowa, and a Florida teacher getting arrested for assaulting a student a day after winning a ‘Teacher of the Year’ award.
At the top of the show, Adam, Bryan and Gina react to a fake movie trailer from The Man Show days. Adam also brings up that Jay Black from Jay and the Americans passed away, and the guys go on to discuss some karaoke classics to practice. Later, Adam tells Bryan and Gina about the wild story of Randy Lanier, and Adam recalls the time he and Dr. Drew did the Donny and Marie show.
Adam is pleased to welcome Donny Osmond to the podcast for a one-on-one conversation in Part 2 of today's show. It begins with talk about Donny's very unconventional childhood, as well as the importance of spending your career reinventing yourself. Adam also asks Donny about 'disappearing' during the 80s, how dating worked for him, and more reflections on the past. They also chat about run-ins with music legends like Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson, and avoiding the trappings of fame. Later, Donny talks about his beliefs in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the dangers of surrounding yourself with yes-men, and Donny's first car. In the last part of the show, Donny talks about his love of singing, and the time his father declared bankruptcy.
Gina reads news stories about new passports with an 'X' gender designation, 3 teens who developed psychiatric symptoms after getting COVID, an interrupted Maroon 5 performance going viral, and updates in the world of 'Tiger King'.
Adam opens the pod relaying a story Dr. Drew told him about someone in a wheelchair suddenly leaping out of it to reprimand an airport employee. The guys also listen back on an old Love Line clip, and go through some hilarious fake football player names. Up next, the gang takes listener calls about a very drunk podcast in Las Vegas, and reducing abuse and domestic crimes through MMA. Later, Adam talks about his kids’ ordeal with coughing at school, and the guys watch a clip of Dave Chappelle reacting to the recent Netflix protest. Before the break, the guys take a couple more listener calls about Bill Maher, censorship, and To Catch A Contractor.
At the top of the show, Adam talks to Mike Dawson about chugging a stranger’s Gatorade while in the security line at the Las Vegas airport. Gina then talks about her gambling experiences after their show this past Saturday, and Nate Adams joins the show to lend some perspective to the recent Alec Baldwin story. Adam also makes fun of DJ Khaled, and talks about getting his teeth whitened. Up next, Ian Bagg is in studio to discuss being roommates with frequent podcast guest Kyle Dunnigan, which leads to a larger conversation about roommates and landlords. Before the break, Ian presents a bizarre True Crime story for this week’s ‘Body Bagg’.
Adam welcomes Anne Heche in studio at the top of Part 2. Adam chats with her about her podcast, ‘Better Together with Anne and Heather’, and they go on to discuss food shaming, feeling isolated as a child, and trying to heal yourself through telling the truth. Adam also asks Anne about her dad dying from AIDS, and leaving family tragedy behind for Hollywood. Later, Anne talks about getting fired for going to the ‘Volcano’ premiere with her then-girlfriend, Ellen DeGeneres, and shares stories from the sets of movies like ‘Six Days, Seven Nights’ and ‘Wag the Dog’.
In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about the remains of Brian Laundrie, more vaccine mandates, the Cincinnati zoo vaccinating a variety of animals, ‘Dads on Duty’ stopping violence, Jeremy Piven getting burglarized, a Guy Fieri Halloween costume, and a new wine from Grey Poupon.
Adam opens the show with some complaints about his cell phone never working at the house, and other things you should look for before moving into a new place. He then complains about having to resist amazing food while he prepares to film a new video special, the declining quality of the SportsCenter Top 10, and parents getting lost in mask mandates. Adam then shows off a clip from The Love Boat featuring Ethel Merman, and goes through some of his Liked Tweets. Before the break, Adam talks about a surprising conversation with Clay Aiken, and the guys breakdown the new Sex and the City reboot.
Dave Dameshek is in studio at the top of Part 2, and he talks with Adam about their mutual friend Kevin Hench, as well as who got kicked out of his fantasy football league this year. Later, the guys play a round of Hollywood Hand-Me-Downs. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about the settlement with victims of the Parkland school shooting, Bill Gates getting ‘cancelled’, and video of Alex Rodriguez getting publicly taunted.
At the top of the show, Adam talks about never ending phone calls, and always being the person who wants to speed things along. The guys also talk about fighting against ants, and Adam plays and comments on a couple of clips from both Jon Stewart and Bill Maher. From there they talk about the need for nuclear power, the way that bicycles used to be made compared to now, and right-hand drive cars. Before the break, the guys chat with a caller about the alleged Chinese hypersonic missile. Adam welcomes Alonzo Bodden back in studio at the top of Part 2. The guys discuss Alonzo’s time working at Skunk Works building the first stealth fighters. Alonzo also tells Adam all about his school days, being a mechanical-minded person, and incredible things happening in the world of military design. Later, Adam asks Alonzo about when he knew he was a gearhead, and the guys discuss Alonzo’s crazy motorcycle accident.
In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about U.S. missionaries kidnapped in Haiti, the ongoing beef between William Shatner and George Takei, more on the billionaire class flying to space, and a story out of Spain about a celebrated crime author that’s not who people thought.
Adam talks about Natalia going to her homecoming dance which leads to a conversation about mean grandmothers and other family memories. Gina tells a story about a car crash outside her home and Adam laughs about an egg donor commercial. Next, the gang plays a baseball-themed round of The Rotten Tomatoes Game.
Gina reports on today’s news including: The newest addition to SNL, Armie Hammer thriving in treatment for drugs, alcohol, and sex addiction, and the Hollywood film crew union avoiding a strike. Next, Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx joins Adam for a one-on-one conversation about his upbringing and the first 21 years of life.
Chris Shiflett is in studio at the top of Part 2, and Adam chats with him about some of the notable people Chris has interviewed on his podcast, ‘Walking the Floor’. Adam then explains his love of The Jayhawks, as well as, of course, Foo Fighters. Chris talks about how band practice works when you’re in a band like ‘Foo Fighters’, and when they plan to go back on an international tour. Later they discuss new entries to the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame, the current state of boxing, and everyone’s favorite knock outs. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about Shatner’s trip to space, Gabby Petito’s cause of death, Howie Mandel’s public pass out, a DC comic featuring a bisexual Super Man, and Dwayne Johnson’s rapping.
Adam opens today’s show talking with Bryan and Gina about his whirlwind trip to Nashville for a special event with The Daily Wire. He then complains about access to the first class lounge, how airports measure liquids to pass through security, a disappointing surf & turf experience, and how different flight crews handle mask enforcement differently. Adam then details a road-rage confrontation on the way out of the airport, as well as his terrible first class food box. Before the break, the guys take a listener call about diversity training on the jobsite, and Dawson breaks down an epically fast road trip from the Bay Area.
In the last part of the show, the guys discuss healing from trauma, more facts about Ketamine, how micro-dosing works, and encouraging people to try these alternative medicines.