Adam opens the show by discussing a recent poop-filled walk with his dog Molly. Teresa jumps into the news and talks about Mel Gibson's team trying to get him into rehab. Adam points out that Mel had already played the 'finding Jesus card' way before he needed it, so perhaps rehab will help. Teresa also teases the casting rumors for the upcoming season of Celebrity Rehab, and mentions that Tiger Wood's mistress is being courted to appear on a new season of Celebrity Apprentice.
Teresa talks about the 'nerd rage' she's seen on message boards regarding free products. She wonders where these people were before the invention of the internet, and asks who has the time to be posting reviews of an iPhone app. Adam talks about how much easier it is to talk trash online, as opposed to in person. The final news stories deal with the BP oil spill, Sherri Shepherd, and a woman in Africa who got pregnant from oral sex. They also discuss a news story dealing with a cop who got fired for opening a bottle with his penis.
Members of the supergroup Yoso enter the studio; former members of the bands Yes and Toto. Adam reflects how the two bands had very different sounds, and wants to know how they all came together. In fact, various members of the band have known each other for close to 30 years, and they discuss the formation of the supergroup in a bit more depth. At one point, everyone jokes about mistaking certain song lyrics, and everyone agrees that despite classic musical training, once rock'n'roll came about, it was clear this was the musical direction they wanted to take.
When Teresa goes into the second part of the news, she talks about the upcoming cast of Dr. Drew's Celebrity Rehab. New patients include Jeremy London, Janice Dickinson, and Jason 'Gummi Bear' Davis. Adam says you can't call it Celebrity Rehab anymore, if you have to say 'he's the guy from...' He says he's going to call Drew to discuss the new cast since he thinks it's going to be a disaster. One more new patient is going to be Leif Garrett, and Adam says that he was the only person Adam had to interview twice. 'Heroin is not a good interview drug.'
Wesley Snipes is headed to jail for not paying taxes for three years. Adam says thank god he's played characters who've been to jail so he knows his way around. Both he and Teresa agree that sending him to jail is a lose-lose situation. We have to pay for him, and if he's locked up, he can't pay his debt. Also in the news, Erin Andrews is suing the hotel for providing her stalker with information about where she was staying. Even though she was victimized, Adam says the footage looked good. Teresa also agrees that at first she felt bad for her, but after going on Oprah and Dancing With the Stars, it's more like she's 'capitalizing on her misfortune.'
Be sure to check out the new Yoso album, Elements (out July 27th). You can also find more information, including tour dates, at www.yosohq.com
Executive Producer: Donny Misraje
Producer: Angie Fitzsimmons
Audio: Mike Dawson
Writer: Mike Lynch
Production Engineer: Logan Moy
Search: Katie Levine
Build and Edit: Katie Levine
Phones: Brian Myer
Show Summary: Matt Fondiler