Adam and Dr. Drew open the show with Drew telling Adam about his fondness for the HBO show ‘The Deuce’ and how incredibly authentic the show is in representing the 1970s era in which it is set. They then turn to the phones and speak with a caller who is feeling unfulfilled in his life and looking for some advice on making a significant life change. They also speak with a caller who is looking for ways to last longer in bed as well as a caller who is considering getting into a career in counseling.
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing Netflix and what they’ve seen lately which quickly leads into Adam bringing up a show he saw about OJ and his subsequent revelation about Robert Kardashian’s involvement in possibly disposing of evidence from the case. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who wants to discuss the mental health status of his mother who was recently held on a 5150 and then 5250.
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show with Drew reading a New York Times headline about unemployment to Adam. This sparks a wider conversation about personal responsibility and how those kinds of ideas are reported by the media. The guys then turn to the phones and speak to a caller with thoughts on the state of our democracy.
Adam opens the show telling Dr. Drew about a recent interaction between his wife Lynette and daughter Natalia and their mutually shared trait of having a short-ish fuse. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who is interested in the behind the scenes nature of Adam & Dr. Drew’s relationship & friendship, specifically within the context of their sometimes heated exchanges on this show. They also speak with past caller Paul who is looking for advice on how to keep a neighbor away and another who is looking for some tips on how to combat jet lag.