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Mar 31, 2011

Adam and Greg Fitzsimmons both complain right from the top about how difficult it is to sell show tickets in LA. Adam compliments Greg on his confidence, and the guys talk about people who refuse to listen to other people’s suggestions. They also discuss back-up dancers and boob glitter, and Adam describes people who act like they don’t want to be noticed, even though they secretly do.

 

Greg begins to tell a story about flirting on an airplane and then having to use the bathroom just before she does. He and Adam give advice on setting up the proper decoys, and Greg talks about the taboo way he likes to relax on the flight. Later, the guys talk about the importance of switching things up in the bedroom and ‘amusing yourself sexually.’

 

In the last part of the show, Adam talks to Greg about his book, ‘Dear Mrs. Fitzsimmons,’ which contains a collection of all the letters Greg’s mom would receive from when Greg would get in trouble. Adam also discusses the problems with wine snobs, and talks about his trip to Napa wine country. As the show comes to a close, the guys take a couple listener calls, and Adam talks a little about what his next book will be about.

 

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Mar 30, 2011

Adam teases Bald Bryan for his man-crush on tonight’s guest: Michael Biehn. Adam also talks about his own idols as a kid, but says most of time you grow out of it. Going right into the news, Alison talks about the outcome of Willie Nelson’s pot-related arrest, and Adam rants about why society even cares what he does.

 

Also in the news, a woman was caught with over 50 bags of heroin stashed in a very private place. Adam also finds time to complain about sweatpants without pockets, and guys who wear tear-away pants. Wrapping up the news, the guys talk about some of the sexual tension on Dancing with the Stars, and Alison reads the next chapter of her pregnancy memoir.

 

Michael Biehn comes in studio next, and talks about ‘The Divide’, a film he acts in that just set the record for biggest sale at South by Southwest. He talks about the great ensemble cast, and how great it was to have a director trust the cast to improvise their roles. Adam compliments Biehn on his passionate energy and Biehn talks about his experiences working with an equally passionate director: James Cameron.

 

Adam wants to hear more about the film that Biehn recently wrote, produced, and directed, ‘The Victim.’ The film was made at a blistering pace, and Biehn is incredibly happy with the final product. Adam also pitches a Biehn-inspired workout video, and the show wraps with the guys riffing back and forth with some Hypothetical Questions.

 

Visit GrindhouseTheVictim.com to get more info on Biehn’s next film. 

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Mar 29, 2011

Adam and Illeana Douglas talk about things you never want to hear at an audition, and Illeana helps Alison find her true love. Adam talks about an experience he had earlier today interviewing a rodeo clown, aka American Bullfighter. Adam jokes about the guy’s very dangerous job, and yet he is too afraid to travel to Mexico. Adam also rants about comic books and the old guys who still focus on them.

Moving into the news, Alison opens with the staggering amount of money that Elizabeth Taylor’s perfume line and estate are worth. Adam complains about how awful it smells, and how his nanny Olga wears it even though he asked her not to. There’s also a news story about the open audition for the new AFLAC duck, and also in animal news, an extremely venomous snake has gone missing.

After listening to a segment of Adam’s audiobook, Adam talks about an old assistant who wouldn’t help him with manual labor. He also talks about the time he took the same assistant to a Tori Amos concert, and how the guy freaked out when he finally got to meet her backstage.

Illeana Douglas comes onto the show next, and Adam talks to her about the exciting cast in her webseries, ‘Easy to Assemble.’ Adam then discusses the wife-casting process when he was working on his sitcom, and Illeana relates with her own awkward audition story. Alison also talks about her experiences, and Adam talks about auditioning for the Love Line TV show.

Next up is the Tournament of Rosen. Alison admits to having regrets about last night’s decisions, but after today’s show, the Final Four will be determined. Afterward, Adam talks to Ileana about her own love life, and offers to create a bracket for her as well. The show wraps with Adam talking about why he has to be the dick in the relationship and how the girls can find their better halves.

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Mar 28, 2011

Adam talks about an emotional day he had at the hardware store with his son, Sonny. He also thanks everyone for spreading the word as we try to claim the title in the Guinness Book of World Records. Alison then jumps into the news with a wedding-themed edition; discussing several odd wedding cakes, and an argument she got into with her own soon-to-be-married sister.

 

The guys then move into today’s boyfriend bracket in the Tournament of Rosen. Dawson reads some poetry from the surviving contenders, and Alison is forced to make some tough decisions.

 

Dr. Bruce returns for this week’s Health Watch, but before he jumps into the news, Adam has him take a look at his knee that’s recently been bothering him.  Dr. Bruce then reads a story about how delaying sex affects your relationship. They also discuss blood clots in the leg, and the health benefits of movie theater popcorn. Adam wraps the segment talking about the food he gives to his dog Molly, and the time she was bitten by a rattlesnake.

 

Author of the only book that Adam has read this year, Dan Dunn, joins the studio next. Adam compliments him on all the delicious drink recipes in the book, and talks about reading it while getting drunk on an airplane. The guys continue to discuss drinking on the plane, and Dan talks about the time he was cut off mid-flight. After some discussion of their books, Dan busts out the beer and moonshine, and the guys reminisce about their mutual friend, Ralph Garman.

 

Pick up a copy of Dan’s book ‘Living Loaded,’ and listen to his podcast at TheImbiber.net

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop 

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

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Mar 25, 2011

 

Adam opens the show complaining about his knee cause he’s getting old. Gilbert Gottfried is also onstage alongside Alison and Bryan, and Adam talks to him about the recent Twitter controversy that’s circling the internet.

 

Adam wants to hear more about how Gilbert feels when he performs, and the guys also commiserate over recording audiobooks, since Gilbert has a new book coming out: ‘Rubber Balls & Liquor’. The guys also start talking about auto-flush toilets, and exchange a couple hilarious shitting stories. Adam rounds out the convo talking to Gilbert about where he’s at in his career.

 

The second guest for the night is Pam Adlon, who co-stars in the series Californication, and also acted as Adam’s wife in the unaired CBS pilot he and Kevin Hench created. The guys talk about the how the network dictated the cast and rewrites, and various other problems that came up during the creation and filming of the show. They then watch the first half of the pilot, and offer commentary throughout.

 

Afterward, Adam talks to Pam about ‘boob attitude,’ and her work on the series Californication. Adam also talks about being forced into watching viral videos, and discusses drunkenly trying to find a Tijuana Donkey Show. Alison won’t let the show end before talking about Pam’s experience on Facts of Life, and the show wraps with next two conferences in the Tournament of Rosen.

 

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike August

Producer: Mike Lynch

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop 

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

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Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

 

Mar 24, 2011

Adam is looking forward to this week’s live show with Pam Adlon—the actress who played his wife in his unaired sitcom. Adam then tells a story from his morning and goes on a rant about alarm clocks. He also begins talking about girls who get pissed when you wake up earlier than them, and tells a story about his old stripper girlfriend.

 

The founder of Cheezburger Network, Ben Huh, then comes on the line. He talks about his growing network of websites, including LOLCats and Fail Blog. He’s also got a new book coming out called ‘There I Fixed It (No You Didn’t),’ which features hilarious pictures of do it yourself disasters. Adam talks to him about making a living in America, and looking closely at photos of people getting kicked in the nuts.

 

Adam goes on a tangent about a wild Halloween night with Donny way back in the day, and then completes his story from the morning about waking up early even though his alarm clock failed on him. The guys then jump into the Orange County Conference of the Tournament of Rosen, and a bit of controversy is brought to light.

 

Today’s in-studio guest is Andy Dick. Adam talks with him about Charlie Sheen, and Andy explains that they used to run in the same circles, and he even helped Andy get sober at one point. The guys also talk about celebrity books, and Andy reads a segment from Adam’s. Afterward, Andy tells a couple disgusting stories about tampons, and sings a song about a girl that broke his heart.

 

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop 

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

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Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Mar 23, 2011

Adam opens the show with an experience he had at the local Pep Boys. Larry Miller is also in studio, and agrees with Adam that you should use gas stations to determine how good the area you’re in is.  Jumping into the news, Alison talks about her car getting broken into last night, and Adam offers to cover for the damages.

 

Also in the news is Chris Brown’s violent outburst after an appearance on Good Morning America. The guys watch the clip, and revel at yet another smashed window story. The next couple rounds of the Tournament of Rosen then kick off, and the guys go on a side jag about an epic Moody Blues song.

 

Director James Gunn is back on the show again—his fourth appearance with Carolla. James talks about his latest project, Super, which opens April 1st. He talks about how the script finally made it to the screen, and how he was able to snag such a great cast. He also offers his concerns to Alison about the Tournament of Rosen, and talks about the time he was ‘raped’ by a stripper.

 

Adam then talks to James a bit more about working with Kevin Bacon, and the final stages of finishing the movie and spreading the word. James talks about his relationship with his ex-wife Jenna Fisher (of The Office fame), and his OCD involving numbers. Alison wraps the show with one last news story about peanut-sniffing dogs.

 

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

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Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop 

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

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Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Mar 22, 2011

Since there wasn’t time for news in yesterday’s show, today Adam has Alison get right to it. Adam comments on the third day of airstrikes on Libya, and offers his thoughts on our involvement in the Middle East. He also explains how the internet is a double edged sword that forces us to get involved, but will ultimately help spread the truth to the oppressed. Also in the news is the sad death of Knut the Polar Bear, and a UFC fighter who caught a burglar just before his fight.

 

Today’s guest is Lisa Lampanelli, and the guys have an in-depth conversation about the past few Comedy Central Roasts. Adam talks to her about the new dress rehearsals they do to keep people from repeating jokes, and The Situation’s on-stage debacle. She and Adam also relate to having to perform multiple stand-up shows in a single night, and the fear of accidentally telling the same joke twice.

 

Lisa then talks about her interest in the comedians who make money telling ‘clean’ jokes, while still not being religious. The group also discusses whether or not people actually get offended at the roasts, and Lisa explains how she keeps from getting her feelings hurt. The show then wraps up with the next two brackets in the Tournament of Rosen.

 

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop 

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

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Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Mar 21, 2011

Adam thanks the Cleveland and Chicago fans for coming out and sticking around after his shows this weekend. He also rants about deep-dish pizzas and slow cab drivers. Alison then tells a story from her housesitting weekend, and the guys try to establish rules for tardiness and arriving early.

 

Adam talks about an email he received from an old show runner who bumped into Marty Kroft recently. Adam then rants about all the old crappy TV shows he was forced to watch, and the brain-dead execs who keep adapting the projects into films. The guys also begin Boyfriend Bracket Madness with the Tournament of Rosen.

 

Tonight’s first guest is Nerdist podcast host Chris Hardwick. Like Adam, Chris is just returning from Chicago, only his flights were delayed. Adam talks to him about the beauty of podcasting, and how it’s a matching of old and new technology. The guys also talk about the problems with empowering cougars and MILFs, and discuss how MTV entertainment has gotten much racier these days.

 

As Chris heads out, Dr. Bruce reappears for this week’s Healthwatch. Adam complains to Dr. Bruce about the 50 grand he owes him for a laser, and rants about some of the bad financial investments he’s made in the past. Dr. Bruce then discusses the realities of radiation poison from Japan. Later, Alison reads a chapter from her pre-pregnancy memoir, and the show wraps with a second bracket from the Tournament of Rosen.

 

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop 

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

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Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Mar 18, 2011

Live from the Jon Lovitz Comedy Club, Adam opens the show discussing how LA seems like a great city until you visit other towns. He takes suggestions from the crowd for a round of What Can’t Adam Complain About, and breaks down what it means to say ‘Hip Hip Hooray’.

 

Alison then starts up the St. Patty’s Day news with a report from an Irish American astronaut. She also lists off facts about clovers, and shows the image of Jesus and Mary supposedly found on a pizza oven. Alison also talks to Adam and Mike August about a devastating pizza experience, and mentions a story about Virginia students being punished for bringing imitation drugs to school.

 

Tonight’s guests are Petros Papadakis and Matt ‘Money’ Smith, and Adam has known Money since the mid 90s in the early days at KROQ. Adam goes in depth about how he met Jimmy Kimmel, and the result of the fight he trained him for. They also talk about more of the alumni from the KROQ crew, and recall stories from the ‘lunch wheel’ in the office.

 

Alison then jumps back into the news with the story of a Reality TV related question on the SAT that upset some students. Adam also plays a couple tracks from the upcoming Josh Gardner album, and the guys read through some ridiculous celebrity salaries. Adam wraps the shows up by playing the trailer for the Deaf Frat Guy movie.

 

Visit PetrosAndMoney.com for more info on tonight’s guests

 

Also be sure to keep your ears peeled for the upcoming Josh Gardner album, ‘Mr. Stinkfinger.’ Soon to be released through ACE Broadcasting. 

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike August

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop 

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

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Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Mar 17, 2011

 

Adam opens with more thoughts on his attempts to claim the Guinness Podcast record, and also talks about the latest Basic Cable Commentary now available at AdamCarolla.com. Alison then jumps right into the news with a story about Rush Limbaugh’s rant against environmentalists. The guys also talk about the sale of the world’s most expensive dog, and Adam talks about labeling and confusing his old VHS porno tapes.

 

In studio today is IndyCar racing champion Dario Franchitti. Adam talks to him about his Scottish heritage and his early days of racing. Adam also takes a look at one of the cars Dario owns, and tries to predict what’s inside. Dario also talks about his marriage to Ashley Judd, and how supportive she is during his races.

 

The guys talk a bit more about the old days of racing when they wore leather helmets and had no sense of history. They also discuss selling cars that were once considered not competitive, and talk about how cars need to be up to code so people don’t cheat.

 

Dario has to head out, but in the last segment of the show, the guys return with a round of Know Your SH. Alison then jumps back into the news with a clip from The Situation’s recent bomb during the Donald Trump roast. Adam analyzes the footage and tries to figure out if they’re bad jokes or just bad delivery. Wrapping up the show, Alison reads an excerpt from her upcoming addiction recovery memoir and discusses the upcoming competition to go on a date with her.

 

 

Visit Franchitti.com and watch for him next Sunday during the Honda Grand Prix.

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop 

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

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Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

 

Mar 16, 2011

Adam opens the show with the announcement that this podcast is going for the Guinness Book of World Records. Larry Miller is in studio, and comments on the current competition. Adam also encourages everyone to tell a friend about the show and help bring the record back to America.

 

After a rant about hotel lamps, Alison jumps into the news with updates on the ongoing tragedies of Japan, and the occasional miracle found amongst the rubble. Adam also goes on a jag about Alice Cooper and creepy #1 rock songs, and Alison reads another chapter from his fake pregnancy memoirs. Before Larry heads out, he plays a round of the Hypothetical Road Trip.

 

Today’s guest is sports and business writer, Jonah Keri. Jonah describes his new book, ‘The Extra 2%: How Wall Street Strategies Took a Major League Baseball Team from Worst to First.’ Adam and Jonah talk a bit more about the purity of baseball, and talk football as well. Adam also asks Jonah about the current state of the economy.

 

Later, Adam goes on a rant about TSA agents who detain but don’t arrest, and Jonah also describes the extreme security he saw in Albania. Wrapping up the news, Alison discusses the cocaine found at Kennedy Space Center, and the sad passing of the last US WWI veteran. Before signing off, Adam has the team research an infamous WWII battle cruiser, and the guys take a surprise phone call to discuss the upcoming Facts of Life reunion.

 

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop 

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

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Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Mar 15, 2011

Adam lost his voice over the weekend, but he still has a couple complaints to get off his chest. Adam lays into a friend of his who brought his dog to the house and ignored a very simple sign. Adam also talks about the rainy weather in Seattle, but thanks the local fans for making it an amazing weekend.

 

Moving into the news, Alison discusses the recent devastation in Japan, and Adam goes on a jag about nuclear power plants. Gilbert Gottfried is also in the news after getting fired as the AFLAC spokes-duck, and the guys hear some inappropriate tweets from both him and 50 Cent. Before taking a break, another portion of Adam’s audio book plays.

 

Joining the studio next is comedian Dan Cummins. Adam talks with Dan about his degree in psychology, and how he eventually made it out of his small Idaho town to become a comedian. The guys discuss how shitty it is to work for cheap, and debate what they would do in an apocalyptic setting. Dan also mentions the time he attended an antigovernment militia meeting.

 

Alison then talks about the time she dated a white supremacist. Following that, she jumps back into the news with an update on Jimmy Kimmel, who was recently evacuated from Bora Bora. The guys also discuss National Pi Day, and wrap the show talking about Larry King’s potential new career move.

 

 

Visit DanCummins.tv for more info on tonights guest. Or follow him on Twitter @D_Cummins. 

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop 

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

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Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Mar 14, 2011

Adam has a chat with an acting great: Stacy Keach. Stacy talks about splitting his time between LA and Poland, since his wife of 25 years lives there. But Stacy grew up in the Valley so he and Adam relate to having a Bob’s Big Boy close by, and cruising the streets at night. Stacy also talks about his father, who worked in the radio biz, and talks about transitioning from playing football to being an actor.

 

Adam also talks with Stacy about traveling to London and performing theater there as well. Adam asks him about how often he travels to Poland, and also gets a rec for a great local Polish restaurant. Adam then mentions the celebrity gossip he heard back in the day that Stacy was caught with cocaine and sent to prison.

 

Stacy recalls the 6 months he spent in a British prison, comparing it to the jails he’s seen in the US as an actor. Stacy talks about the psychological and physical battle of addiction, and explains that while he was in prison he tried to be as productive as possible. The guys also share their thoughts on Charlie Sheen (since Stacy was in several episodes of Two and a Half Men), and talk about how to organize an intervention.

 

In the final segment of the show, Adam recalls his transition from the construction site to meeting Jimmy. He discusses a conversation he had with a writer on Seinfeld, and soberly recalls how he thought she was so lucky at the time, but fate had a different plan for her. Adam ends the show with advice to us all on how to best live life.

 

 

Visit StacyKeach.com to find out the latest on this legendary actor. 

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop 

Associate Producer/Audio: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Mar 11, 2011

Adam opens the show with an embarrassing story from the morning when he got the wrong call-in numbers for his radio press. Alison then jumps right into the news with a story from a Carolla-fan racing the Iditarod, and the latest Charlie Sheen drama. Adam and Alison also discuss Guy Fieri’s stolen Lamborghini, and Alison reads another chapter from her fake pregnancy memoir.

 

Tonight promises to be a jam-packed show, and the first guest is Dan Finnerty from the Dan Band. Adam compliments him on the concert he just performed prior to recording. Dan then comments on an off-air argument he heard between Adam and Donny, and soon Donny is in studio defending himself. The guys then rehash the infamous Carpet Cleaner Argument.

 

Adam chats a bit more with Dan about his performance, and Dan gives Alison a hard time for missing it. Adam also asks about The Hangover 2, and Dan compliments the film’s director, Todd Phillips. The guys then play an in-person version of Know Your SH.

 

Patrick Warburton joins the show next, and Adam talks to him about his radiating confidence. Patrick also talks about the St. Jude’s charity, and the tournament he participated in over the weekend to raise money. Adam also talks about why he doesn’t sleep on the plane, and the guys recall their experience racing in the Celebrity Grand Prix last year.

 

Back to the news, Alison talks about a science teacher who was fired after the porn she appeared in surfaced. Another news story deals with a millionaire who found a credit card on the ground and is now very busted. Patrick then flips through Adam’s wallet, and Adam complains about his American Express Black Card. Wrapping things up, the guys discuss the billion-dollar success story of Febreze, and a guy who gave CPR to a dog.

 

 

Visit TheDanBand.com for more info, and check out The Rules of Engagement, Thursdays at 8:30pm on CBS.

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop 

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

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