Tom Dreesen joins Adam for this episode of Take A Knee. Adam opens the show by quickly recaping Dreesen's accomplishments as a comedian before moving into the history of early days starting out in Harvey, Illinois. Then Tom talks about his time after getting out the Navy and falling into comedy once he learned the true identity of his biological father. After that, Tom shares some great stories of his time hanging out with Frank Sinatra and being on Johnny Carson. Before they wrap, Adam and Tom discuss what it means to be a team leader and what it takes to coach that team.
Adam opens the show praising Dennis Prager for his wisdom and integrity. The guys have an in depth conversation about the fundamentals of human nature, and recognizing evil in all forms. They also discus how to achieve being able to do whatever you want, and Prager's time in the Soviet Union. In the last part of the show, Adam and Dennis chat about respecting people equally regardless of race, and the words that changed Dennis' life forever.
Adam joins Gene Simmons in his Los Angeles home for a one on one discussion about Gene's upbrining in Isreal and his path to becoming a multifacated entrepreneur and businessman.
Norman Lear joins Adam for the second episode of Take a Knee. Adam begins the show discussing Lear's many great accomplishments with an emphasis on his enormous success in television. Then Norman talks about his upbringing and what family life was like as a child. As the show wraps up, Adam and Norman discuss personal growth, and what that has meant to each of them in their journey.