Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing some of the drastic differences between the automotive commercials today as opposed to how they were when he was growing up in the 70s. The guys then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who wants their thoughts on last weeks story about the dog that died on a United flight. They also speak to a caller who has questions about heat shock therapy and working out.
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show by going straight to the phones and speaking to a caller whose young son is exhibiting some strange behavior around urination that he’s concerned about before turning to a caller who has recently been worried about his daytime alcohol intake and is especially concerned given that he just secured a job where he will work from home. As the show winds down they speak to a caller who met his girlfriend’s parents for the first time recently and he instantly recognized her mother as someone who abused him as a child, as wells as a caller who is at odds with his wife about medicating their five year old daughter.
Dr. Drew opens the show today by telling Adam that he will be going to The White House to speak with a group of people that the administration is gathering to have a discussion about the opioid epidemic in the country today. The conversation then turns to Adam’s practice of jumping in his cold pool as well as the somewhat famous video of Adam’s son Sonny attempting a cold plunge of his own, much to Lynette’s dismay. They also turn to the phones and speak with a caller who draws correlations between behaviors exhibited in orphaned elephants and orphaned humans.
Adam opens the show asking Drew about the health of his eyes and the abundance of eye drops that he is now using as he recovers from his recent eye procedure. The conversation then turns to the recent tragedy in Parkland, Florida and the actions of armed deputy Scot Peterson who arrived outside the school but never entered to confront the gunman. After discussing Peterson’s version of events as provided by his attorney, the guys examine what they would have liked to have happened as the tragedy unfolded. They also speak to a caller whose daughter recently learned that the father she knows is not her biological father and is looking for advice on how to handle it.