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Jul 11, 2011

Adam, Alison and Bald Bryan encourage the crowd to enjoy the Mangria, and Adam talks about what it would mean to actually live every day as if it was your last. He then takes some questions from the crowd in a round of Q and Ace, and rants about eyebrow tweezers and nectarines. He also tells a story of true car-ma, and the hours in the Ventura County court system that followed.

Comedian Dov Davidoff joins the stage next, and talks with Adam about growing up in Jersey. The guys also talk about the frustrations of getting pandas to mate, and try to brainstorm different ways to get humans to stop having so many babies.

Into the news, Alison brings up a couple baseball-related stories. First, Derek Jeter’s 3000th hit, and later the tragic story of a father who fell out of the bleachers trying to catch a baseball. They also talk about how Reality TV is like sports for women, and list off reasons that Middle Easterners should be jealous of us.

Dov then tells a story about visiting a strip club, and the guys talk about the idea of pitching sex rehab to other countries. Alison then mentions an upcoming cast change on Modern Family, and Adam talks about how one of the cast members always has a smoking hot girlfriend with him. The last news story is about a prisoner being denied pornography, and the guys discuss how Playboy defined sexuality.

Go to www.DovLive.com for tickets to upcoming shows, and follow him on twitter @DovDavidoff

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike August

Producer: Mike Lynch

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over/Post-Production: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Jul 8, 2011

‘The JV Team’ is filling in today since Adam is on the road. Bryan and Alison are happy to be cohosting, and Bryan gives a health update on the brain tumor he was diagnosed with in 2009. He also thanks everyone for their support, and talks to Alison about a website where your friends can anonymously select your negative qualities to see what other people think of you.

Comedian Todd Glass then comes on the show, and talks to Bryan and Alison about the heart attack he had backstage at a comedy club in LA. He talks about his life since the accident, and how he’s now stopped smoking and has lost a lot of weight. Bryan talks to him about his early stand up days, and the guys also discuss good-looking comedy club layouts.

Moving into the news, the top story is Casey Anthony’s jail sentence, which will already end on Wednesday. The guys then discuss the difference between doubt and reasonable doubt, and a new law that says it’s a felony to not report a missing child within 24 hours. The guys also talk about how to deal with shitty tweets and audience hecklers.

In the last part of the show, Alison brings up the returning trend of men’s watches. Todd also goes on a rant about his mom still not receiving the Subaru she was promised. As the show wraps up, the guys talk about the benefits of podcasting for comedians everywhere.

Visit www.ToddGlass.com for more info on today’s guest.

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Voice Over/Post-Production: Mike Dawson

Host: Bryan Bishop

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Audio Engineer/Technical Director: Chris Laxamana

Researcher: Gary Smith

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Jul 7, 2011

Adam opens the show discussing a wardrobe issue he had this morning where the tags were sewn into his clothing. He also watches a clip from a British sketch comedy group, which he thinks may be ripping him off. Moving into the news, Alison talks about Casey Anthony being offered to do porn, only to have the offer rescinded. Adam just wants to know where her outrage is if she really is innocent.

Also in the news, Schwarzenegger is going to give Maria Shriver a very generous settlement in their divorce. The guys also talk about Elliot Spitzer’s show being cancelled, and later, Adam complains about shitty drivers in SoCal. The group then listens to another snippet of the Lotzi Tapes, and discusses contemporary anti-Semitism.

Next up, Billy Walsh comes to the show, and Adam immediately takes advantage of Billy’s amazing voice-changing abilities. The guys also commiserate over have to wake up early to do morning radio shows, and Billy talks to Adam about having to sit through horrible pitch meetings. Later the guys discuss the career of Joe Walsh, and Billy talks about a beautiful guitar he dreamed about.

Back to the news, Charlie Sheen is next up for the Comedy Central Roast. The guys also listen to an old clip of Adam and Dr. Drew on the radio, and Adam wraps the show ranting about why he hates having to do media training so much.

Watch new episodes of Futurama every Thursday at 10pm on Comedy Central. 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over/Post-Production: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop

Technical Director: Chris Laxamana

Researcher: Gary Smith

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Jul 6, 2011

Larry Miller joins Adam and the gang right from the top of the show. Bald Bryan talks about seeing Transformers 3, and Adam talks about one of his kid’s friends peeing in his pool. Later, Adam discusses his 4th of July party at Jimmy Kimmel’s, and how he pitched Mangria to all the partygoers.

 

Moving into the news, Adam just got new glasses. The guys also talk about the verdict of the Casey Anthony trial, and Larry mentions ‘CSI Syndrome,’ which a lot of people watching the case may be suffering from. Before Larry heads out, the guys play another round of the Hypothetical Road Trip Game.

Rich Eisen comes to the show next, and talks about an upcoming podcast featuring the cast of Curb Your Enthusiasm. They also talk to Rich about his work on the NFL Network, and what may or may not be happening with the season this year. The guys then watch a few clips of ridiculous things said by football players, and Bald Bryan asks Rich about reporting news for sports he didn’t care about.

In the last part of the news, Alison reveals that South Korean researchers have found the way to determine penis length. The guys also talk about the Twitter reactions to the Casey Anthony trial, and what they think she’ll do next. As the show wraps up, Adam talks about training with the Raiders for an old Man Show bit and witnessing one of the greatest physical feats he’s ever seen.

Visit www.RichEisen.NFL.com for more on today’s guest, and be sure to download The Rich Eisen Podcast. 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over/Post-Production: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop

Technical Director: Chris Laxamana

Researcher: Gary Smith

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Jul 5, 2011

Before jumping to the phone lines, Adam remarks how amazing it is that Sonny has learned the ‘Jingle Bells Batman Smells’ parody. He feels like it’s a right of passage, and says that if you’re writing a song, it should be easy to parody. Adam then talks to a guy who was inspired to move his family to Seattle after hearing some of Adam’s wisdom.

Adam complains about people who go out of their way to get a fancy haircut, when it just grows back anyway. He also talks to a guy about the ‘Fair Tax’ and goes on a rant about paying his fair share. Later, he speaks to a guy about sports obsession, and tells him that he shouldn’t live or die by his team. Adam also recalls a few stories from him past, including getting truck drivers to honk for fun, and living with Donny in sweltering heat.

In the last section of the show, Adam helps a caller with adult braces try to get laid. He also talks about how he plans to keep his kinds handy, and wraps the show talking about enjoying cars and tools with Sandy and Donny, even though all of them came to the hobby for different reasons.

Be sure to follow Adam on Twitter @AdamCarolla, and visit www.Ustream.tv/ACEBroadcasting to see the show live.

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice-Over/Post-Production: Mike Dawson

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Researcher: Chris Laxamana

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Jul 4, 2011

Adam sits down one-on-one to talk with Ken Burns about his latest documentary, ‘Baseball: The Tenth Inning.’ It’s a continuation of his previous Baseball documentary, and covers everything from 1992 to yesterday. Adam compliments Ken on several of his previous documentaries, and Ken talks about editing everything up until the last second. They also talk a bit about Mark Twain, and other documentaries they’ve enjoyed over the years.

Ken discusses growing up loving baseball, but realizing he knew very little about the sport. He says that he likes to look at each new project as an immersion into something new. He talks about his upcoming projects, including specials on the dustbowl era, prohibition, and the Vietnam war. Adam finds out more about the documentary process, and the guys talk about some of their favorite baseball moments. Ken says it’s crucial to tell a story when you make a documentary, and especially with baseball it has to be more than just statistics or who won.

After some discussion about the debilitating effects of steroids, Adam talks about his own career playing baseball in high school. This leads him into a story about filling in for Tommy Lasorda to be the Grand Marshall of Mardi Gras, and also an in depth comparison of baseball to softball.

Adam finds out more about a ‘normal day’ for Ken Burns, which seems to revolve around either being on the road promoting, or locked in an edit bay ‘trying to make something better out of the footage.’ Ken discusses how unique it is to have a series on PBS where you can have over two hours of uninterrupted content, and talks about how they raise money and research their topics. They also talk about some of the more complex themes that Ken has had to discuss over the years, and the ‘vow of poverty’ he took to become a documentarian.

One of Ken’s upcoming projects is about prohibition, but Ken says it’s really about right wing single issue campaigns that grow out of control. They talk about smear campaigns, and all the unintended consequences of prohibition; including organized crime, female alcoholism, and all sort of other social transformations. Ken also offers a reason for the world’s obsession with alcohol, and relates everything to escapism. Lastly, the guys discuss the sensitive subject of race issues here in America, and Adam is very impressed with Ken’s opinions and wealth of knowledge.

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Dawson & Mike Lynch

Audio: Katie Levine

Writer: Mike Lynch

Build and Edit: Katie Levine

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Jul 1, 2011

Live from the Jon Lovitz Comedy Club, Adam comes to the stage ready to rant about Bristol Palin’s book, and how difficult it is to actually write one. He also talks about getting pitched a new TV series about him and his wife. Alison then goes into the audience for a round of ‘Q and Ace,’ and Adam talks about everything from keeping his kids unspoiled to the next generation of American soldiers.

Tom Papa comes on stage next, and Adam talks about his experience performing on ‘The Marriage Ref.’ Adam also speaks to Tom about his personal journey, and what it’s like to be ‘anointed by Seinfeld.’ The guys also talk about Adam’s co-star on his episode of ‘Marriage Ref,’ Donald Trump, and how it’s important to stir up drama these days to stay relevant.

Into the news, Mark Halperin was on MSNBC twice within a few hours for calling the President a ‘dick’ and then apologizing for it. Tom says he’s tired of people getting in trouble for things that people say, and Adam suggests that there‘s a racial component to this as well. The guys also talk about airport security pretending like they’re working harder than they are, and defend the restaurant chains in danger of going out of business in the next year. The show wraps with a discussion about Ashton Kutcher’s Twitter war against the sex slave trade.

Visit www.TomPapa.com for more on today’s guest, and be sure to watch The Marriage Ref on NBC, every Sunday at 10pm.

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike August

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over/Post-Production: Mike Dawson

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Researcher: Chris Laxamana

Camera: Bryan Thompson

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Jun 30, 2011

Adam opens the show talking about going on Teresa Strasser’s radio show earlier this morning. Bald Bryan reads a radio memo that Adam swiped from the recording, and Lynch chimes in with a diagram their old boss Jack Silver drew about what makes a good character. Dawson also adds to the stories of their old radio show days, saying that he knew whatever Silver asked him to do, it was usually the opposite of what Adam wanted.

At the top of the news, the host of To Catch A Predator was caught cheating. Adam then jokes about what he would do if he sensed a sting was waiting for him on the other side of the door. The guys also talk about the sale of MySpace, and go on a tangent about Pepsi vs. Coke. Later, they discuss Charlie Sheen’s final goddess leaving him, and Adam predicts how his character will be killed off on Two and a Half Men. The last news story is about a Swedish preschool that’s eliminating gender pronouns, and Adam can’t understand what’s so wrong with boys being boys and girls being girls.

After a segment of The Lotzi Tapes, Adam welcomes comedian Tim Minchin to the show. The guys talk about Tim’s career as a musical comedian, and how much fun it is to use his musical skills for stupidity. Adam hears about his journey, and asks him if he has any desires to eventually go on Broadway. The guys then discuss their favorite musicals, and talk about how Tim grew his American audience thanks to YouTube.

One final news story before the show wraps is about apartment complexes testing dog stool samples so they know which owners are not cleaning up after their pets. Adam talks about his dog Molly’s pooping habits, and explains the importance of timing your shits before going into work.

Visit www.TimMinchin.com for more info on tonight’s guest.

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over/Post-Production: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Researcher: Chris Laxamana

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Jun 29, 2011

Adam talks about going to see Cars 2 in 3D with the kids today. He offers his thoughts on 3D glasses improvements, and Alison then goes into the news. The top story involves the terrorist takeover of an international hotel in Kabul. The guys also talk about Tom Petty’s cease and desist against Michele Bachmann for using one of his songs, but Adam says he shouldn’t care because it’s just an advertisement for the band. The guys then break down a classic favorite song of Adam’s.

Later, Adam hops on the phone to talk to his 200,000th Twitter follower. Adam teases her for some of the other people she’s following, and tries to figure out how he got on her radar in the first place. They also talk about the joys of being young and hot, and Adam discusses the weird age of 22. After they hang up, the guys play another segment of The Lotzi Tapes.

Today’s guest is Green Room host Paul Provenza. Both he and Adam have had more than their fair share of airport woes, and the guys trade stories about being pulled into the ‘other room’ at the airport and being interrogated for their attitude problems. Alison asks how Adam’s wife feels about his behavior, and he tells an anecdote from the day when he acted out in the parking lot in front of the kids. The guys then discuss some other driving frustrations, and Paul asks Adam to speak about the situation in the Middle East.

Toward the end of the show, Paul thanks Adam for bringing him onto the show, and discusses the death of late night television. Alison then points out that Paul was on the final season of The Facts of Life, and the group discusses how he went from being the show’s warm-up guy to nabbing a recurring role. As the show wraps up, the guys talk about Adam’s family time watching The Real Housewives series, and his publicists’ obsession with Andy Cohen.

Visit www.SHO.com/GreenRoom to get all the info on Paul’s show. 

And follow Adam’s 200,000th Twitter follower yourself! She’s at www.Twitter.com/SydneyHBard

Also be sure to subscribe to the Adam Carolla UStream Video Channel to see the show live! www.UStream.tv/ACEBroadcasting. 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over/Post-Production: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop

Technical Director: Chris Laxamana

Researcher: Logan Moy

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Jun 28, 2011

Adam reflects on his performance in New York, and defends his Guinness World Record for Most Downloaded Podcast, despite the comment that Ira Glass made during the show. Adam also talks about his experience at the dentist today, and then Alison jumps into the news. The opening story is about the conviction of Blagojevich, and the guys discuss how none of the crimes being committed by politicians are very thought out.

Later, Adam hears a story about the LAUSD changing their policy on homework, and goes on a rant about how the cultures that don’t focus on education need to start changing their priorities instead of making excuses and bringing everyone else down. The guys also talk about a 95-year-old woman who was forced to remove her adult diaper at the airport, and Adam can’t believe how much money is wasted because we’re unrealistic when we profile. The guys then listen to another snippet of The Lotzi Tapes.

Gary Cole joins the podcast next, and talks about why he enjoys performing theater so much. Adam also talks to him about how his career is going, and recalls how silly it is that successful actors still have to audition for parts. The guys then play a few rounds of Made Up Movie, where callers give the guys fake movie titles, and they fill in the rest.

In the last section of the show, Alison reads a series of news stories involving animals. Jennifer Anniston got a tattoo of her old dog’s name, and the World’s Ugliest Dog has officially been crowned. There’s also a story about activists who believe pets should no longer be allowed to be bought or sold, and Adam talks about the love and loss of his first dog. As the show wraps up, the guys discuss Florence Henderson’s revelation that she had crabs in the 60s, and Adam tells a personal story about sharing a bed with a buddy who had crabs as well.

Visit www.GaryCole.net for more info on today’s guest, and get tickets for Gary’s show, Superior Donuts, at www.GeffenPlayhouse.com.

Also be sure to subscribe to the Adam Carolla UStream Video Channel to see the show live! www.UStream.tv/ACEBroadcasting. 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over/Post-Production: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Researcher: Chris Laxamana

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Jun 27, 2011

At the top of the show, Adam talks for a bit about his New York and Poconos performances over the weekend. Adam then complains about the processed cheese plate he had to endure on the flight home, and Alison offers some airline woes of her own. Bald Bryan also talks to Adam about proper Philly Cheesesteak etiquette, and Adam thanks all the local crowds for coming out to his shows.

Next up, Adam takes a call from Hines Ward. The guys talk about Hines’s experience winning Dancing with the Stars, and how he became more confident as the weeks went on. They also talk about an exciting new reality competition Hines is a part of, ‘Craftsman Screw*d’. The idea is to recruit people with zero tool experience—Adam says there are plenty of those—and turn them into tool experts. The guys also talk about Hines playing 14 seasons in the NFL, and his hopes to grab that third Super Bowl ring.

Into the news, gay marriage has officially passed in New York. Adam says that he’s sick of hearing about it, but admits that it is a ‘very progressive pill to swallow.’ It’s also been confirmed that Jackass’s Ryan Dunn had a very high blood alcohol content level when he crashed his car, and Kim Kardashian’s ass is real. Alison then updates Adam on a story they spoke about last week involving new cigarette box labels, and Adam goes on a rant about how keeping people alive for longer will ultimately bankrupt the system. The guys then listen to another excerpt from The Lotzi Tapes, where Adam’s grandpa is being interviewed about his life.

Adam talks about appearing on Watch What Happens Live, with Andy Cohen, then welcomes Playboy’s 2011 Miss July, Jessa Lynn Hinton, to the podcast. Adam teases her about how much concentration the photo shoots actually take, and flips through the issue himself. The guys also talk about Jessa’s MMA training, and how she got involved with Top Rank Boxing. Later, they discuss her new swimsuit line with Affliction clothing, and also her relationship with her parents. As the show wraps up, the guys talk about Jessa’s dating life, and Adam talks to her about some kinky bedroom play.

Visit www.JessaHinton.com for more info on today’s guest.

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CRAFTSMAN SCREW*D

Calling all unhandymen! Hapless with a hammer?  Have zero tool skills?  Craftsman wants you to be the star of their new online reality series, Screw*d. Check out www.craftsmanscrewd.com to find out how you can apply to earn $50k in three months and train to become a DIY guru.

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over/Post-Production: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Researcher: Gary Smith

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Jun 24, 2011

Adam joins the stage with Alison, Bald Bryan, and comedian Mike Birbiglia right from the top. Adam talks about the security in NY, and gives a couple audience members a hard time for what they’re wearing. The guys then take suggestions for What Can’t Adam Complain About, and Adam rants about scholarships, Livestrong bracelets, hot chicks, and Howard Stern. Adam also talks about a couple exchanges he had with the Baldwin brothers.

Before going into the news, Alison talks about a personal news story: a hotel bellhop saw her naked in her hotel room while she was drying her hair. The guys talk to an actual bellhop in the audience, and try to determine the proper protocol for knocking, as well as tipping. The guys also talks about Obama being in town, and how close New York is to legalizing gay marriage.

Adam is then thrilled to welcome ‘This American Life’ executive producer and host, Ira Glass to the show. Ira talks about being a Loveline fan back in the day, and relates to the frustration of bringing a radio show to television. Adam talks to Ira about his favorite episode of TAL, where a man wanted to have his bull cloned, despite evidence saying it was a bad idea. The guys also talk about Adam’s Guinness Book of World Records for Most Downloaded Podcast, and the proper waitress tipping etiquette.

Returning to the news, Justin Bieber is in town selling his new perfume, and Bald Bryan has an update about his reaction to Adam’s show last night, since he was in the crowd. The guys also talk about the apprehension of a famous gangster in Santa Monica, and the show wraps up with the audience getting riled up over brand names that may disappear in 2012.

See Ira at www.TheTalentShowBrandVarietyShow.com and listen to episodes of This American Life on NPR, iTunes, or at www.ThisAmericanLife.org

You can also visit www.Birbigs.com, and follow Mike on Twitter @Birbigs.

Also be sure to subscribe to the Adam Carolla UStream Video Channel to see the show live! www.UStream.tv/ACEBroadcasting. 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike August

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over/Post-Production: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Researcher: Chris Laxamana

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Jun 23, 2011

Adam complains about his Father’s Day gifts and talks about his first flight ever on Jet Blue. He talks about the ridiculous back and forth he had with the flight attendant, and the wacky driver who took him from JFK airport. Alison then goes into the audience to take questions for Adam, and Adam shares his thoughts on piercings, tattoos, STDs, and Jimmy Kimmel.

Comedian Jim Norton then joins the stage next, and talks about the happy ending massage he got earlier in the day. Adam and Alison question him further about massage etiquette and Adam goes on a rant about why he shouldn’t have to tip them. Jim also talks about getting hit on by a dude at a health spa, and Adam recalls his House of Nanking experience in San Francisco.

Before going into the news, a note’s been passed around the club that says Justin Bieber was at the show, only now he’s left. The guys also talk about the Yemen prison break, the new Miss USA, and George Clooney being back on the market. Later they discuss the new Mormon campaign in Times Square, and Adam compares the miscast billboard photo to the Home Alarm System commercials.

The next news story is Forbes’ list of the 27 Highest Grossing Musical Acts of the last year. The guys discuss acts like U2, Bon Jovi, and Elton John, and Adam tries to make the distinction between bad songs and effed out songs. The final news story involves somebody peeing in Portland’s water source, which gets Adam talking about all the various places he’s enjoyed peeing since he learned that urine is sterile.

Check out Jim Norton’s site at www.EatABullet.com

Also be sure to subscribe to the Adam Carolla UStream Video Channel to see the show live! www.UStream.tv/ACEBroadcasting. 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike August

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over/Post-Production: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Researcher: Chris Laxamana

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Jun 22, 2011

Adam begins the show discussing how he was woken up in the middle of the night by his carbon monoxide alarm going off. He talks about the famous tennis player who died from carbon monoxide poisoning, and wonders why women are more concerned about filtered water, and less about the more serious dangers. The guys also listen to another snippet of The Lotzi Tapes, where Adam’s grandpa talks about growing up in Hungary during WWI.

Today’s guest is blogger Kelly Oxford, who’s recently been spending more time in LA thanks to the very generous Jimmy Kimmel and his girlfriend, Molly. Adam talks to Kelly about writing a pilot that was eventually executive produced by Jessica Alba, and asks her if she ever tried to be a model. Kelly talks about ‘conning her way’ into the business, but mostly just focusing on blogging since 1997. The guys also talk about conversations that their parents should have had with them, but never did.

Moving into the day’s news, the top story is Bam Margera’s response to Roger Ebert’s insensitive tweet about the passing of Jackass member Ryan Dunn. Adam says that Ebert is entitled to his opinion, but that he probably should have given everyone a week or so to mourn. Kelly agrees, saying that people tweet offensive stuff all the time, and doesn’t see why this is news. Also in the news is the announcement of disturbing new cigarette labels, and the announcement of a Mormon running for President.

Adam speaks about how he doesn’t care who runs for President, as long as they’re level headed and have a moral compass that points straight. He points out that it doesn’t really matter that we now have a black President, things haven’t really changed all that much. As the show wraps up, the guys talk about Michael Bay finally breaking his silence as to why Megan Fox was replaced in the latest Transformers movie, and the group discusses whether or not Megan still has a career ahead of her.

Check out Kelly’s blog at www.kellyoxford.tumblr.com, or follow her on Twitter @KellyOxford

Also be sure to subscribe to the Adam Carolla UStream Video Channel to see the show live! www.UStream.tv/ACEBroadcasting. 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Voice Over/Post-Production: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop

Audio: Jeff Fox

Researcher: Brian Meyer

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Jun 21, 2011

Adams talks about his trip to the optometrist, and the conversation he had with the doctor about the film ‘Crimes and Misdemeanors,’ which the guy did not recognize.  He also talks about getting some sass from his kid Sonny, and calls his assistant in to discuss why his call-in numbers were incorrect this morning. The guys then listen to a segment of The Lotzi Tapes, and Adam goes on a jag about the spelling of his grandpa’s hometown.

Next up, the guys play a round of Mr. Brightside, where you call in to tell Adam your problems, and he tries to make you feel better. Callers include a guy who was dumped by his girlfriend over the phone, a guy who got bit at a concert, and a wedding DJ who accidentally displayed his porn on the big screen. Adam’s favorite call takes home a pair of free tickets to an upcoming performance.

Today’s guest is Jim Florentine, also known as Special Ed on Crank Yankers. The guys listen to a classic clip from the show, and talk about recording the call during the first season. Adam recalls that a lot of upcoming talent helped out on the show before they were considered famous, and he talks with Jim about how the show influenced his stand-up career.

Jumping into the news, the Supreme Court heard the case against Walmart regarding female discrimination, but said the class action lawsuit is not allowed. The guys also talk about what goes on in a 99cent store, and Adam talks about getting stuff for free all the time as an adult, and never having enough as a kid. Adam then goes on a tangent about his maid getting a boob job; and as the show wraps up, the guys discuss the death of Jackass’s Ryan Dunn, and comedians getting in trouble for saying bad things on stage.

Visit www.JimFlorentine.com for more info on today’s guest. 

Also be sure to subscribe to the Adam Carolla UStream Video Channel to see the show live! www.UStream.tv/ACEBroadcasting. 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over/Post-Production: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Researcher: Chris Laxamana

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

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