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Dec 22, 2010

Adam and Teresa talk about serial killers and becoming a fame whore. Brad Garrett comes by later to talk about his new Las Vegas Comedy Club, and also to rate your Hobo Power calls.

Dec 21, 2010

Adam welcomes Hanson to the studio and chats with them about forming the band and growing up with classic rock music. They play a live a single, and help Teresa with today’s news.

Dec 20, 2010

Adam welcomes Suzy McCoppin to the studio and chats with her about strange booze and electric eels. Later, Dave Dameshek comes by for a round of Gaywalking, and talks about weird nicknames and unfunny sports announcers.

Dec 17, 2010

Welcome to this year’s ACE Awards. The nominees are lined up, and Bald Bryan is wearing his snazziest tux. Before we jump in, Adam rants about seeing his daughter in a holiday sing-a-long, and filing in as host of The Dennis Miller Show.

 

Then stay tuned for the exciting ceremony, including awards for:

 

Best Musical Performance 

Best Impression

Best Re-Enactment 

Best Fight

Best Musical Guest

Most Awkward Moment

Guest of the Year

Rant of the Year

… and more!

 

Thanks for a great year, and Happy Holidays!

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Lynch and Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Audio Engineer: Mike Dawson

Associate Producer/Audio Show Builder: Katie Levine

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Search: Chris Laxamana

Phones: Brian Meyer

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Dec 16, 2010

Adam welcomes Teresa Strasser back for today's show.  They talk about her new book, Adam's final days at Love Line, and play a round of Tales from the Cheap.

Adam sits with Teresa Strasser right from the top of the show. Bald Bryan and Jessica Golden are there as well, and Adam compliments Teresa on her intellect and her writing ability. Teresa talks about the importance of having a zero tolerance policy while she was pregnant, and tells a harrowing story that nearly sent her into an early labor.

Jumping into the news, the top story is the shooting in Panama City. Adam recalls doing a spring break show with Dr. Drew back in the Love Line days. He also tells the story of a PA who thought he was an asshole after asking for a Peach Snapple. Also in the news is the guy who stole 1.5 million in Bellagio chips, and Adam explains how unlucky he is in Vegas.

After tearing into the always dry and unfunny 'Funny Section' of the newspaper, everyone plays a round of Tales From the Cheap. The guys take calls to hear the cheapest, worst Christmas presents, and Adam recalls his own awful gifts. He also goes on a long rant about the cheapness of the suits at Love Line, and talks about the drama surrounding the final contract negotiations.

Pre-Order your copy of Teresa's book, and get more info at ExploitingMyBaby.com

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje
Producers: Mike Lynch and Mike Dawson
Writer: Mike Lynch
Audio Engineer: Mike Dawson
Associate Producer/Audio Show Builder: Katie Levine
Production Engineer: Logan Moy
Search: Katie Levine
Phones: Brian Meyer
Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Dec 15, 2010

Adam and Jessica jump right into the news. The top story involves a Wisconsin postal worker who delivers mail in the buff. They also play a brief round of Germany or Florida as they discuss the story of a father who castrated the older man that was having an affair with his teenage daughter. Adam also goes on a jag about 90s musicians, and talks about shitty international music from Russia and Mexico.

 

Doug Benson comes in studio just in time to discuss the Golden Globe nominations. Doug is truly fascinated by the movies that were picked, and brings up the problems with nominating people you recognize just for being a movie star.  Mostly they focus their wrath on Johnny Depp. The guys also talk about Doug’s new show, The Benson Interruption, and Adam’s appearance this Friday. 

 

The guys then jump into some movie talk. Adam and Doug discuss movies they watched on airplanes, and Adam also complains about Adam Sandler movies and Tyler Perry movies. Adam also recalls his experience at Pixar, and the group plays a very intense round of Totally Topical Tivo Trivia, where the group tries to guess the film based on the vague and confusing TiVo descriptions. 

 

Adam reintroduces the latest Rich Banks song about solving the crisis in Africa. Jessica then jumps back into the news with a further discussion of the Golden Globe nominations. Wrapping up the show, they dive into a couple sports stories: Cam Newton’s Heisman, the collapse of the Metrodome, and an analysis of Brett Favre’s image.

 

 

Watch Adam and Doug on The Benson Interruption; Comedy Central, this Friday night at Midnight.

 

Follow Doug on Twitter @DougBenson for info to all his upcoming shows in New York, Irvine, San Francisco and more.

 

And get more Jessica at JessicaGolden.net 

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Lynch and Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Audio Engineer: Mike Dawson

Associate Producer/Audio Show Builder: Katie Levine

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Search: Chris Laxamana

Phones: Brian Meyer

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Dec 14, 2010

Adam welcomes Jessica Golden back for the week to help with the news. But before they get going, Adam notices that Jessica seems a bit down. He digs deep and finds out about her family and some of the emotional turmoil she’s been going through.

 

Jumping into the news, the top story today is the death of Senator Richard Holbrooke. She also reads a very disturbing story about a professor who was Sexting with his daughter. There’s some gossip news revolving around divas like Chloe Kardashian and Kate Gosselin. Finally, she lists off the Most Depressing Jobs.

 

Larry Miller comes in for The Hypothetical Road Trip Game.  Prior to the game, there’s a little conversation about Germans trying to perfect the art of the sitcom, and in the midst of the game they discuss the legacy of the Native Americans. As Larry heads out, Adam plays another section from his audiobook, which is now beating former President Bush’s audiobook.

 

The guys from Schmoes Know are back for an early Oscar preview. First up is a discussion of True Grit, and some of the other Coen Brothers films. Adam also talks about trying to train Mark Wahlberg for The Fighter, and talks about his own boxing movie. They also chat about some Oscar front-runners like Black Swan and The Social Network. Wrapping up, Adam rants about the difficulties of to cast his ex-wife in a failed sitcom pilot.

 

Hear more from the schmoes at SchmoesKnow.com

 

And get more Jessica at JessicaGolden.net 

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Lynch and Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Audio Engineer: Mike Dawson

Associate Producer/Audio Show Builder: Katie Levine

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Search: Chris Laxamana

Phones: Brian Meyer

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Dec 13, 2010

 

Adam talks with Kevin Nealon about the upcoming Friends of Big Joe fundraiser. Kevin also reflects on his role in Weeds and jokes with Adam about Celebrity Star Maps. Adam then launches into some great stories from his weekend doing shows in San Francisco. Kevin also tells his own wild crowd stories, and the guys compare the different kinds of crazy fans they’ve come across.

 

Adam also talks about getting to explore PIXAR Studios, and laughs about trying to manage conversations between his travel buddies Mike August and Donny. He also tells a story about eating at a famous Chinese restaurant, and the annoying lady who shared the table with them.

 

Adam goes into a jag about guys with Sweaty Palm Syndrome, and also goes on a huge rant about John Waters. After talking about the Friends of Big Joe show a little more, the guys talk about the recent Kathy Griffin/Bristol Palin drama at the USO comedy event. Adam blames the 24 Hour News cycle for all these ridiculous stories, and wraps up the show with Kevin discussing the joys of frozen waffles.

 

Help support Kevin Nealon and Big Joe, December 15th at the Long Beach Laugh Factory. Tickets available at FriendsOfBigJoe.com

 

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike August

Writer: Mike Lynch

Associate Producer/Audio: Katie Levine

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

 

Dec 10, 2010

In today’s episode, Adam introduces clips from some of the other podcasts currently running on the ACE Broadcasting Network.

Hear samples from:
Spider and the Henchman

Life Lessons with Jim Carolla

And our newest podcast, The Big 3

 

All the shows can be subscribed to on iTunes, or accessed right here on AdamCarolla.com.

Also take the time to add @ACEBroadcasting on your Twitter if you haven’t already.

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje
Producers: Mike Dawson and Mike Lynch
Audio Engineer: Mike Dawson
Writer: Mike Lynch
Associate Producer: Katie Levine
Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Dec 9, 2010

Before the news, Adam wants to thank everybody for helping to move his book up a few notches on the NY Times Bestseller List. He talks a bit more about the difficulty of the book biz, but mostly attributes it to dumb people. He wonders why he’s the only one who thought to put a Bestseller sticker on the cover.

 

Rich Eisen from the NFL Network calls in and talks about the variety of guests he’s been getting for his very own podcast. Adam and Rich talk about the complete blowout that was this past Monday’s Patriots-Jets game, then chat about the Tom Brady legacy; including both his hair and relationship with Giselle.

 

Gina Grad brings the news, asking Adam if he’s a fan of John Lennon. While Adam says he likes a lot of Beatles songs, he was given a copy of Double Fantasy as a kid and strongly disliked it. Gina talks about the 30-year anniversary of Lennon’s death, as it was brought up in the middle of a football game. Adam also hears stories about guys filing a lawsuit against YouPorn, and Big Bloomers underwear for 700lb. women.

 

Throughout the news, Adam listens to a few angry rock songs from his high school years—the stuff he was actually listening to instead of Lennon. Adam then takes a few listener calls for a round of Made Up Movie. You give us the title, and the group figures out the rest, casting and all.

 

Everyone listens to another section of Adam’s audio book—this time about pizza. Adam elaborates on a more recent pizza experience, and ends up arguing with Bald Bryan over the issue of goat cheese. Back to the news, Gina talks about a member of the Congressional Prayer Caucus chastising Obama for not saying God more in his public speeches, and Adam goes on a jag about the weird satellite delay that messes up all the political shows.

 

Download The Rich Eisen Podcast on iTunes, or at NFL.com/RichEisen

 

Also get more of Gina at PrettyGoodPodcast.com

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Lynch and Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Audio Engineer: Mike Dawson

Associate Producer/Audio Show Builder: Katie Levine

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Search: Chris Laxamana

Phones: Katie Levine

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Dec 8, 2010

Dick ‘Night Train’ Lane came up on a sports talk show Adam was on this morning, which sounds to Adam like a gay bowling alley. He talks with Bald Bryan about Dick Butkus, who Bryan argues doesn’t need a nickname. The group also discusses being famous for being a celebrity’s kid, and Adam goes on a rant about over-taxing the rich.

 

Gina Grad jumps in with the news, talking about a new scientific finding that may help to explain infidelity and one night stands. Adam also rants about cops doing whatever the fuck they want instead of helping the citizens, and Gina plays a clip where a Chargers fan beats the crap out of a Raiders fan. Adam also talks about his family, and why the MacKenzie Phillips story still disturbs him.

 

Adam takes a few listener calls to give relationship advice. One caller wants to know what to do with pictures of his ex-girlfriend, and Adam tells a story from his own experience. He also talks to a college student about dealing with dentures, and helps talk a female caller out of going on an international trip with her ex-boyfriend.

 

Tonight’s guest is the legendary Frank Stallone. He talks about his recent experience in Australia, where recently he’s become one of the country’s most famous celebrities. He talks about the overwhelming and wonderful experience he’s had, and also talks about his relationship with his parents and brothers.

 

The guys also talk about the ‘celebrity factor’ on reality shows like Dancing with the Star and Celebrity Apprentice. Frank debates if reality TV is really the right way to go, and talks about enjoying his single life. The guys talk a bit more about Frank’s experience in Australia, and Frank talks about the incredible billboard and parade that awaited him. Wrapping up the show, Adam complains about PSAs, and talks with Frank about their favorite family bands.

 

Find out more info on Frank, at FrankStallone.com

 

Also get more of Gina at PrettyGoodPodcast.com

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Lynch and Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Audio Engineer: Mike Dawson

Associate Producer/Audio Show Builder: Katie Levine

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Search: Chris Laxamana

Phones: Brian Meyer

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Dec 7, 2010

Adam opens the show with a couple stories from his day. He talks about writing with Kevin Hench, and coming across a poorly parked fire captain’s car. He also talks about hanging with his daughter at home, and trying to teach her a very valuable lesson.

 

Adam welcomes Gina Grad back to the show to help us with the news throughout the week. She opens with a story about Donny Bonaduce getting married, and Adam goes on a jag about older guys obsessed with skull jewelry.  Gina also brings up Kathy Griffin’s less than stellar set at the VH1 Divas Salute the troops, the recent Facebook trend to change your photo to a cartoon, and Chelsea Handler cussing out Angelina Jolie.

 

Before Larry Miller comes on, Adam plays a Dick Bank’s song based on his theories to slow the African population down. Larry then talks with Adam and Gina about most guys enjoying a woman with curves, and tries his luck at another round of Hypothetical Questions. 

 

Rob Schneider just flew in from Boston, and has a long list of complaints about the airport security… he’s in good company. He and Adam rant about the various safety issues in the airport, and Rob talks about constitutional violations and the end of the middle class. Adam also talks to Rob about becoming a ‘citizen of the planet,’ and wonder when he became more like Sting.

 

Rob also talks about his relationship with his parents, and his early days doing standup comedy as a teenage. He also talks about his stint on Saturday Night Live, and working with legendary actor Christopher Walken. He and Adam agree on the brilliance of Norm MacDonald, and the whole group listens to a segment of Adam’s audiobook. In the final moments of the show, Adam and Rob debate the Drug and Gun wars.

 

 

Check out RobSchneider.com to get tons of info on tonight’s guest!

 

Listen to This Week with Larry Miller here on the ACE Broadcasting Network.

 

Gina also co-hosts at PrettyGoodPodcast.com

 

And read Hench’s Sports Columns at: http://msn.foxsports.com/writer/Kevin_Hench

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Lynch and Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Audio Engineer: Mike Dawson

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Associate Producer/Audio Show Builder: Katie Levine

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Dec 6, 2010

Live from Happy Endings, Adam and Cousin Sal sit down with Jeff Ross to talk about the Tarantino Roast you’ll never see, and crazy times with Ray at Adam’s Bachelor Party.

Dec 3, 2010

Adam welcomes everyone back for another Adam and You podcast. First caller is a guy who heard Adam ranting about the police and talks about his own ticket experience while using a left turn arrow. He also talks about the ensuing court battle, and Adam rants against officials who take jurisdiction over our lives.

 

The next caller is a webcam model who essentially beats off for other people to watch. Adam has an extended conversation with him about his various experiences, pay scale, and dreams of working for the FBI. Adam also goes on a rant about people in the service industry who don’t deserve the tips.

 

After a segment from Adam’s audiobook, he takes a couple more phone calls. One caller asks about the pros and cons of having a son, and Adam ends up complaining about hagglers from the middle east. The final call deals with the TLC program Sister Wives, and Adam gives his thoughts on Polygamy.

 

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Lynch and Mike Dawson

Audio Engineer: Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Audio Show Builder/Phones: Katie Levine

Search: Chris Laxamana

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Dec 2, 2010

Since Adam is on the road today, Harland Williams steps in to host the show. He talks to Newsgirl Shira Lazar about his watching his cat sliding his ass along the floor, and also jokes about autoerotic asphyxiation. Harland also rants about ATM machines, poorly placed tattoos, and The Biggest Loser.

 

Shira then jumps into the news. The top story deals with the WikiLeaks scandal, and the group has an in-depth discussion on whether or not this acts as a contemporary whistleblower, or if it’s really illegal activity. They also tease the upcoming NASA announcement, and talk about some unusual reactions to airport security scans.

 

The group then listens to another segment from Adam’s audio book. After the break, Harland talks about getting his blood drawn and asks Shira if she would have sex with Forrest Gump. He also gets her to talk about the Lingerie Football League, which the Oklahoma City mayor is trying to shut down. They also play a round of Blah Blah Blog, where they try to match the celebrity to their retarded online rant.

 

After the break, Ralphie May comes in studio. He and Harland reflect on their comedy careers in Hollywood, and the challenges of performing after especially well known comics. Ralphie also tells a story about getting caught with weed at the airport, and he run-ins with the drug-sniffing dogs.

 

In the last part of the show, the guys talk about sexy southern accents, and then things get political during a discussion of Sarah Palin. Ralphie also talks about the ‘American Empire’, and the problems with dumb people in power. Ralphie contemplates running for president himself one day, and talks about the time he punched a guy in the face.

 

 

Be sure to listen to The Harland Highway, at HarlandWilliams.com

 

Hear more from today’s Newsgirl at ShiraLazar.com

 

And visit our guest’s website at RalphieMay.com

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Lynch and Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Audio Engineer: Mike Dawson

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Search/Audio Show Builder: Katie Levine

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

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