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Sep 14, 2010

Adam is back from being on the road with Mike August and Donny. They traveled to Sacremento, Seattle, and Portland, and Adam says everything’s better than here in Los Angeles. He praises the other cities for their light rail systems, and quickly turns his eye back to complaining about dirty airports and their terrible security policies. He also complains about the trendy hotel they stayed in while in Portland, and Donny speaks up to second how terrible the service was.

 

Larry Miller is brought in just as the news begins. He has a quick story about Adam’s wife, and Adam talks about hot chicks and body movements. Teresa then discusses the recent VMAs, and both she and Adam criticize Chelsea Handler for a lackluster performance. They watch the sketch she filmed with Lindsay Lohan, and agree that she didn’t do a great job either. Larry is largely out of touch with the people involved in the show, but he does get a laugh out of seeing Chelsea’s ass slapped so many times. Teresa also mentions Oprah’s first episode of her last year, and Adam prepares for non-stop Oprah watch.

 

David Alan Grier comes in studio, and teases Teresa about not being able to do the show as long as she’s in the room. He and Adam talk about DAGs performance in Race, and DAG gives Teresa crap for not seeing it. Adam also recalls hanging out in at a secret bar with DAG after the show, and DAG talks about his dating life. Everyone gets to talking about book blurbs, and Adam conveys a story about his miscommunication with Alec Baldwin. Teresa also talks about getting a blurb from Dr. Drew, but DAG says there is still tension between them.

 

Larry Miller compliments DAG on one of the ‘great comedy snores.’ Larry reminisces about the first time he cracked him up in person, and DAG also comments on the Chelsea’s performance at the VMAs. DAG defends that she was great, and says that ‘nothing breeds contempt like success.’ Adam then tells the controversial story of when he went to see Race, and DAG talks about acting on Law and Order. Later, both Adam and DAG talk about their families, and the pleasures of raising a daughter.

 

In the final segment of the show, Larry Miller plays a round of hypothetical road trips, sponsored by Jeremiah Weed. DAG at first offers to cover his face so as not to distract Larry, but ultimately comes in to try a round for himself.

 

Find out more from DAG at: www.davidalangrier.net

 

Also be sure to visit: www.larrymillerhumor.com, or check out Larry’s new podcast, right here on the ACE Network. 

 

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Dawson & Mike Lynch

Audio: Chris Laxamana

Writer: Mike Lynch

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Search: Katie Levine

Build and Edit: Katie Levine 

Phones: Brian Meyer

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Sep 13, 2010

Every Monday, enjoy shows recorded live at The Happy Ending Bar on Sunset Blvd. in Hollywood. This week, Cousin Sal, Dave Dameshek, and Kevin Hench are seated with Adam, getting their drink on and enjoying the day’s games. Adam says he’s going to be drunk at three different times today, and talks about abandoning The Rams for good this season.

 

After a brief discussion of Christmas lights, Adam talks about the first time he met Cousin Sal. Sal is a ‘degenerate gambler’ and talks about some of the bets he’s placed this season. The guy also discuss Sal’s love of the Dallas Cowboys even though he’s from New York, and Sal says his dad once brought home a Cowboys jacket from a business trip. Adam then goes on a side story about cleaning carpets.

 

Dameshek goes into more depth about the origins of the football gatherings. He talks about meeting with Sal and Hench, and soon after Jimmy Kimmel would watch. At last Adam would come by, but Dameshek and Hench insist that Adam didn’t say a word to them for the entire season.

 

Since Hench has been drinking since 10am, they get on the topic of DUIs and the pleasures of getting shitfaced. Adam suggests that sobriety tests should be performed in your vehicle and not on foot. The guys pause the show to watch the Rams attempt and blow a hail mary, which doesn’t surprise Adam in the least. Then they tease Hench a bit more for being dropped off by his mom, and wonder how he’s going to get home.

 

Throughout the show, Adam attempts to tell a story about cleaning carpets at the Russian Tea Room at the Beverly Center, but almost always gets side tracked. At this point in the show, he talks about several stories with his buddies Ray and Chris and how they used to literally wipe their shit on him when they got the chance. Cousin Sal has a weird shit story as well, and talks about taking a dump in a Frito’s bag. 

 

Adam gives advice on hitting on strippers, and Dameshek complains about the most overused porn stories. Adam tells more stories about working with Ray and Chris; more specifically, the times that Chris tried to steal food at work and Ray tried to pee everywhere. Wrapping the episode up, Hench talks about being high on coke at graduation, and everyone agrees you don’t really need to get a diploma to be successful.

 

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Dawson & Mike Lynch

Audio: Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Search: Katie Levine

Build and Edit: Katie Levine 

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Sep 10, 2010

After an ad for the new It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia soundtrack, Adam welcomes Suzy McCoppin to the studio. She talks about growing up in Detroit, studying drama at NYU, and now writing columns for Playboy magazine. She says she’s a big fan of the podcast, and compliments Adam on the show’s nuances. Donny also pops in with news of a month-long Stitcher contest where the winners will be flown to LA to watch a recording of the podcast.

 

In the news, a Japanese scientist has discovered a sound that could increase breast size when listened to. Also in the world of unusual science, there is now a new procedure to take the sugar from diabetic pee and turn it into whiskey. They also discuss new Chinese park benches equipped with a timer and spikes to limit seating time, and a guy who had an eel slide up his ass when he fell into a tank. Adam also asks Suzy for advice on dealing with his daughter.

 

Dave Dameshek comes in studio, and talks about his new gig working for NFL.com’s weekly Fantasy Football discussion. Dave also teases the upcoming series of podcasts where Adam and the gang will be watching football games at Happy Endings on Sunset, and anyone in the public is welcome to join. Adam mentions that Jimmy Kimmel was tired of hosting at his house, and they also tease Dawson for being banned after correcting Jimmy about making a proper calzone.

 

Next, Gaywalking is brought back to the podcast. We ask straight questions to gay guys, and everyone in the studio votes on whether or not they will know the correct answer. It’s a close match all the way through, and partway through the game they go on a long tangent about people who smell bad, and the cultural differences between what we consider to smell good.

 

Adam and Dave start talking about athletes with very odd names, and Adam compares it to vanity license plates on cars. Just like there are limits to what you put on your car, shouldn’t we also limit what you can name your child? Keeping with the sports talk, Adam talks about the relationship between booze & cigarettes and sports & society. He praises the power of booze and suggests there are many important things we would never have if people didn’t get shit-faced. Finally, the group discusses sports announcers and commercials that try to be funny, and also a series of boxing nicknames.

 

Catch Dr. Funny Dave Dameshek on the Daves of Thunder podcast, right here on the ACE Network. He can also be seen on NFL.com’s Live Fantasy Football shows, every Sunday morning. 

 

Find out more about Suzy McCoppin at: www.suzymccoppin.com

 

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Dawson & Mike Lynch

Audio: Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Search: Katie Levine

Build and Edit: Logan Moy

Phones: Bryan Meyer

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Sep 9, 2010

Teresa’s back with the news for the day, and can’t wait to swear publicly again. She talks about her new job working AM radio, and Adam dissects the difference between AM and FM listeners. Adam also complains about the DVR status bar when he’s trying to watch Inglorious Basterds or sports, but Bald Bryan gives him some helpful advice.

 

Subtly transitioning into the news, Teresa brings up the story of a drunk guy who pulled a knife on the cops and ended up getting shot. The question remains whether or not the officers used excessive force, but Teresa points out they were bicycle cops without tasers or pepper spray. Based on another cop story, Adam pitches a new hit TV series for Avi to star in, and later Teresa brings up Florida Pastor Terry Jones and his Koran burning. Teresa and Adam also discuss the latest ESPN 30 for 30: One Night in Vegas, Tyson and Tupac.

 

Illeana Douglas comes in studio, and jokes about playing spin the bottle in Adam’s basement. She and Adam discuss how their last names have screwed up their ethnic reputations, and Illeana also mentions a publicity stunt involving Feng shui. Adam transitions the conversation to Illeana’s work in Scorcece’s ‘Cape Fear’, and they talk about a bunch of the director’s other movies, along with other Illeana’s experiences working on set. Illeana also mentions that she’ll be on Entourage this Sunday, and had a great time filming.

 

Adam asks Illeana about her new webseries, ‘Easy to Assemble.’ Adam auditions for a guest appearance, and he and Illeana figure out what his role would be. They also talk about the ensemble cast of the series, and Illeana mentions how she auditioned for the role of Adam’s wife on his sitcom. Adam talks about being uncomfortable during the entire audition process, and mentions the emotional breakdown he watched Rosanna Arquette experience first hand.

 

Back into the news, Joel McHale is going to be in Spy Kids 4. They talk about how great Joel’s career is doing these days, and Adam compares it to his own career, saying he’s forced to do stand up now because he doesn’t have a regular job. Teresa closes with a happy story out of Florida where a woman got fired from her job, then married to the same man one year later. Adam goes on a rant about mass rebellion against the things we don’t like, and ends the show joking about the Piña Colada song, sung by Rupert Holmes.

 

Watch Illeana on HBO’s Entourage this Sunday, or catch her webseries at:

 

www.mydamnchannel.com/easytoassemble

 

Teresa can be heard every morning on KABC, AM790

 

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Dawson & Mike Lynch

Audio: Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Search: Chris Laxamana

Build and Edit: Chris Laxamana 

Phones: Brian Meyer

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Sep 8, 2010

Adam opens up with a story about a censored racing shirt, which gets him talking about the personalized firesuit he was going to have made for him. He goes on rant about his wife’s inability to sew, but Donny chimes in to defend the female perspective. Adam goes on a long rant about the benefits of having a handy husband, and suggests that his wife needs to do her share of the grunt work.

 

Filling in with the news today is the ACE Network’s own Blaster Girl Katie. Before jumping in, she and Adam go over an article from 1997 that Adam found explaining ‘who’s in, who’s out.’ Bald Bryan chimes in to complete the article’s various puns. Heading into the news, recently a man tweeted while having a heart attack, and Florida pastor Terry Jones still insists his followers burn the Koran on September 11th. Adam goes on a rant about the non-existence of Allah and God, and he and Bryan also discuss the drama surrounded Reggie Bush’s Heisman Trophy.

 

Republican Representative Richard Martin is brought in studio, and talks about his relationship with his wife Jazz. Adam quickly asks him a series of important political questions, and Rep Martin shares his views. Topics involve the oil crisis, Dr. Laura, and the Ground Zero Mosque. Rep Martin also discusses ‘the gay problem,’ and shares with Adam a number of important quotes his father once said.

 

Katie asks Rep Martin a question that gets everyone talking about abortion and Christianity, but soon things move back to the news. Jordan Van der Sloot is sorry for telling so many stories about Natalee Holloway, but Adam says ‘you’re either involved in a murder, or you aren’t.’  They wrap up the show discussing a couple teenagers who accidentally messaged a local sheriff asking for weed, and a few people in their 90s and upward that continue to work on a regular basis. Adam goes on a jag about donating blood, and teases Dawson about the recent sound problems.

 

To get more info on Republican Representative Richard Martin visit: www.askarepublican.com

 

Follow Adam on Twitter @AdamCarolla. Spell it RIGHT!

 

And you can find Blaster Girl Katie at @kt_money

 

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Dawson & Mike Lynch

Audio: Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Search: Chris Laxamana

Build and Edit: Katie Levine

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Sep 7, 2010

Adam and Donal get right into discussing the new FX series, ‘Terriers’. They both agree that FX has good billboards, but Adam says he didn’t know what the show was about. They also talk about Donal’s work in Ghost Rider, and Adam complains about a movie mistake that no one on the set managed to figure out. Donal says the people on set were incredibly nice and friendly, and that he’d always ‘rather work in that [environment] than in something pretentious.’

 

Adam gets on the topic of Hydrogen bombs and warheads, and points out that even though the bombs have destructive powers, we blow up more on our own soil than in other countries. He also starts talking about the WWII Pacific Theater that his uncle experienced first hand, and he and Donal discuss the mentality of the Japanese military at the time.

 

Jumping back into the personal journey of Donal Logue, he talks about his parents and growing up originally in Boston. At a certain point, he moved to Calexico, which sends Adam into a jag about cities with ‘spanishy sounding names.’ Adam asks Donal about attending Harvard, and Donal says he thought he was going into politics until his friends introduced him to punk rock.

 

Adam and Donal start talking about the troubles with ‘lying to people in our society.’ More specifically, as they apply to call times when you’re an actor on set. Adam and Donal agree that they’re being treated like children, when the reality is they are always prompt and always waiting anyway. Adam goes into a story about an advertising campaign for Lance Snack Crackers, where he had to be the ‘Man on the Street,’ asking people to sample the food. Adam wanted to shoot all the footage in a day, but was instead dragged all over the country.

 

Wrapping up the show, Adam talks with Donal about his character ‘Jimmy the Cab Driver.’ Rainn Wilson evidently did a similar bit, and Donal plainly states ‘you can’t rip people’s stuff off.’ Adam is reminded of another weird taxi cab bit, performed by comedy duo Burns and Schreiber. Donal and Adam complain about how unfunny ‘Who’s On First’ is, and also get a chance to watch the aforementioned Burns and Schreiber sketch.

 

‘Terriers’ premieres September 8th at 10pm on FX. 

 

Visit www.FXnetworks.com/terriers for more info.

 

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Dawson & Mike Lynch

Audio: Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Production Engineer: Katie Levine

Search: Katie Levine

Build and Edit: Katie Levine

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Sep 6, 2010

 

Adam opens the show with a thank you to his fans and a round of What Can’t Adam Complain About. Topics range from fake tits to urinal dividers.

 

Comedian/Roastmaster Jeff Ross then comes out to help with the news. Isaac Hayes chimes in with some thoughts on the most recent Comedy Central Roast, and Adam talks about his interview with Isaac just before he died. Jeff talks a bit more about the roast and writing his own material, and even tells a few racially charged jokes that never made it to air. Adam makes fun of David Hasselhoff’s hair, and asks the ladies in the audience why men have to shave everything now.

 

In the news, Larry King may be leaving CNN, but he’s working with Ryan Seacrest to relaunch his radio career. Adam says that Seacrest doesn’t play an instrument so he shouldn’t get as much play as he does. Speaking of ladies men, Jeff talks about going to a John Mayer concert, and having John say he was going back to Jeff’s place to get high after the show. They talk a bit about medical marijuana, and Adam tells the story of getting high at the Sex and the City 2 premiere and getting stopped by the TMZ paparazzi.

 

Also in the new, nearly 90,000 prison inmates were reportedly sexually abused last year—often by the guards themselves. Adam offers commentary on the commitment of ‘cornholing’ and was surprised to hear that many of the guards were females. The gang also talks about Jewish kids being sent to summer camp, and Attorneys General trying to discontinue the Craig’s List adult services section.

 

After an animated segment of Adam and Bryan Cranston pitching a film called ‘Gay-Eye,’ everyone plays a round of Totally Topical Tivo Trivia. Once a winner is named, Donny helps bring up a bunch of old photos of Early Adam (sorry kiddies, you’ll have to see him live if you want to see the pics!) Adam goes into more detail about the ‘never ending love affair’ between his parents, and rants at his family for always looking bored when taking pictures. Wrapping up the show, Adam talks about his Catholic Little Brother Nate, and his fat pasty Russian friend named Tim.

 

Hear more from Jeff Ross at: www.roastmastergeneral.com

 

Or follow him on Twitter @realjeffreyross

 

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Dawson & Mike Lynch

Audio: Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Search: Katie Levine

Build and Edit: Katie Levine

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

 

Sep 5, 2010

In memory of Robert Schimmel, we want to reprise one of his episodes. Here is Robert with Adam on October 8, 2009. RIP Robert. 

Sep 3, 2010

Adam welcomes Natasha Leggero back to the show, this time filling in with the news. He goes right into a rant about the Chantix commercials, and other medical products that have insanely long disclaimers at the end of the advertisements. Adam eventually goes on a long rant about how we’re all being slowly depressed by overexposure of advertisements, and that 'lawyers are shaping our society'. He also spends more time complaining about airport security lines.

 

The top news story is Paris Hilton’s Vegas arrest. Recently there is some mystery surrounding her use of Twitter while in prison, and Adam wonders if we’re even judging her actions at this point. He and Natasha go on a jag about people becoming famous for sex tapes, and society’s apparent lack of shame. Adam also talks about watching the Emmys, drawing comparisons between Charo and  Modern Family’s Sofia Vergara.

 

Also in the news is more on the Ground Zero Mosque. A politician is trying to get a tradition started to burn the Koran on 9/11, but Adam can’t believe that we’re still talking about this religion stuff in 2010. He goes on another huge rant, this time about people who won’t shut up about their religious views, and how they’re destroying society. Natasha tries to defend some of the brighter sides of religion, but Adam insists on comparing it to AA meetings and football rivalries.

 

Superfan Giovanni comes in studio with a big announcement regarding Adam’s movie commentary tracks. He also talks about seeing all of Adam’s recent live shows, and walking around the city with Adam talking about The Fast and The Furious series. Adam complains about movie prequels, and spends time praising Jane Lynch for all of her successes since being in The Hammer.

 

Giovanni also corrects Adam on a long-running misunderstanding about the North Hollywood shootout. In short, a bank robbery lead to police officers allowing one of the gunmen to bleed out, and later the mother tried to sue the police for letting her son die without sending an ambulance. Giovanni has done research, and confirms the mother was unsuccessful in her attempts to sue.

 

During the last part of the podcast, Adam riffs with Giovanni and Bald Bryan on a number of old stories from the Loveline days at Westwood One studios; the interviews, the disagreeable interns, and the complete lack of respect and professionalism he felt while working there. He talks to Natasha about the realities of working in the radio industry, and offers stories of Dr. Drew undermining him at every turn. He wraps it up by saying the only note he ever got from producers was ‘more calls and shut up.’

 

Get It On with Giovanni at: www.giopodcast.com

 

Listen to Natasha’s podcast at: www.lavendarhour.com

 

And check out Bald Bryan on The Film Vault, right here on the ACE network.

 

 

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Dawson & Mike Lynch

Audio: Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Search: Katie Levine

Build and Edit: Katie Levine

Phones: Brian Meyer

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Sep 2, 2010

Adam has just returned from doing a bit for the Tonight Show, but quickly goes on a rant about ‘foreskin reconstruction assholes.’ He welcomes today’s News girl, also the new co-host of The Parent Experiment, Susanna Brisk. They talk about Adam’s relationship with her husband, and also discuss Susanna’s views on her husband’s high profile clients.

 

In the news, a woman was found dead in a chimney in Bakersfield. Adam and Susanna joke about how she should have done it around Christmastime. Susanne jokes about stalking people in Australia, and Adam asks her about being an Australian Jew. He complains about Jews ruining his bagel experience, and speaks a bit more about Susanna’s husband and male emotions.

 

Also in the news, football player Troy Polamalu has had his hair insured for over a million dollars. Adam goes on a huge rant about ‘guys with stupid spirituality’ and says he’s ‘sick of people expressing themselves.’ In relation to the news, he thinks Troy should cut his hair above the uniform name, or get out of the league. The last news story deals with a guy who survived a suicide by crashing through the rear windshield of a car.

 

Harland Williams comes in and teases Adam about wearing make-up and being dressed all spiffy. They then go into a very random conversation about things lighting on fire and black people. Adam talks more about his Tonight Show bit, and how he realized he needed his glasses to read the cue cards. He and Harland also talk about having problems with spelling.

 

Next up, a round of the Same Name Game. Adam takes your calls to figure out celebrities with similar sounding names who look nothing alike. Harland has difficulties understanding the game throughout.

 

In the rest of the news, the UK Mirror reports that cocaine makes global warming worse, as it relates to deforestation. Adam says we can’t help it that people like cocaine, and admits that he himself thinks it’s awesome. Harland then tells a great story about being at Machu Piccu and getting high off coca leaves before exploring the ruins. Adam goes into a bit more depth about his experiences with coke growing up, and the reasons why he doesn’t do it anymore. The final story involves the Obama kid’s daily lives, and Adam stages a debate at the dinner table to show everyone how unresponsive his stepfather is.

 

 

Get show dates and listen to Harland’s podcast ‘The Harland Highway’ at: www.harlandwilliams.com

 

And hear more from Susanna on The Parent Experiment, or by visiting: www.susannabrisk.com

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Dawson & Mike Lynch

Audio: Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Search: Chris Laxamana

Build and Edit: Logan Moy

Phones: Brian Meyer

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Sep 1, 2010

Adam immediately begins discussing his hatred for Naomi Campbell and her connection with the blood diamond industry. Teresa also apologizes for something she said in a recent live show, and Adam talks about guest comedian Jeff Ross being totally on top of his game during the recording (episode will air Labor Day).

 

In the news, the top story revolves around the FBI’s probing of two Yemenites arrested in Amsterdam after suspicious items turned up in their luggage. Teresa explains the confusing misinformation surrounding the case, and Adam goes on a rant about the FBI’s real role in thwarting terror. The whole story reminds Teresa of a recent interview she did with Avi, the head of El Al security, and Adam imitates his voice to bring the guest back on the show to offer a wide range of what’s on his mind.

 

Also in the news is a discussion of the full, new Dancing with the Stars line up. Teresa points out that two women from the new cast have hit on Adam at one point, and Adam recalls an awkward conversation with one of their husbands. After a report of Elton John still considering the role of American Idol Judge, Avi returns to read the latest ad.

 

Adam then takes a series of listener calls asking for relationship advice. Topics range from cuddling with the wife to having her track your every move on GPS. Adam also offers his perspective on men’s intimacy issues, and doles advice for online dating.

 

In the rest of the news, a new study shows that moderate drinking could be the secret to living a long life. Adam just wants to know ‘can’t we agree on this shit?’ They talk about the relationship between socioeconomic class and alcohol intake, and Adam suggests that the report has many holes in it. Lastly, a young jury member posted the results of a trial on her Facebook wall before the sentence was handed down. Everyone agrees she didn’t mean any harm, but her cat looks smarter. 

 

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Dawson & Mike Lynch

Audio: Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Production Engineer: Katie Levine

Search: Chris Laxamana

Build and Edit: Chris Laxamana

Phones: Brian Myer

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Aug 31, 2010

Bald Bryan helps open the show by saying he feels let down for his recent performance at the Live Show. Adam compliments him on his soundboard work, and talks about his love of drops in general. He also compliments Teresa on her sense of humor, and points out how much he and Lynette agrees she contributes to the show. Teresa also talks about working with Jack Silver again, the adjusting to AM radio.

 

After a discussion about their depressing families, Adam and Teresa jump into the news. Teresa talks about Mad Men creator Matt Weiner being cut off at the Emmys, and both she and Adam agree they are sick of Betty White. Teresa also talks about The Huffington Post’s offer to destroy Glen Beck’s reputation and take him off the political map, but Adam says he doesn’t find him hateful. They talk a bit more about his politics, but Adam concludes that we’ve got ‘bigger fish to fry’ and that he’s not really causing any harm.

 

Larry Miller comes in the studio, agreeing whole-heartedly, and joking about having last week’s bit stuck in his head for the entire week. Everyone tells stories of having Bald Bryan’s drops stuck in their head, and Larry and Adam talk about belly dancers who must smell awful. Larry plays a round of Hypothetical Road trips, and has hilarious confusion over The Hills.

 

Adam welcomes Shim Moore to the show, lead singer of the Australian rock band Sick Puppies. Shim talks about the band’s new record, ‘Tri-Polar’ and also discusses moving out to LA five years ago. Adam asks him about being the lead singer of the band, and what it’s like to have requests that aren’t met. Shim then plays the band’s new single, ‘Maybe,’ and Teresa remarks that he must get a lot of women. Everyone talks about Australian social skills, and what it’s like to grow up being bullied.

 

In the rest of the news, the top story involves Paris Hilton’s felony cocaine possession. Adam talks about ‘no tolerance’ vs. ‘zero tolerance,’ and Shim discusses the Australian DUI process in relation to Mel Gibson. Teresa wraps up the news discussing the Chilean miners that are still trapped, and Adam imagines what it would be like to entertain them. 

 

Find out where Shim and the band are playing at: www.sickpuppies.net

 

Also be sure to check out: www.larrymillerhumor.com

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Dawson & Mike Lynch

Audio: Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Production Engineer: Logan Moy & Katie Levine

Search: Chris Laxamana

Build and Edit: Katie Levine

Phones: Brian Meyer

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Aug 30, 2010

Adam opens the show with What Can’t Adam Complain About. He takes suggestions from the 200 drunk people yelling at him, and also makes fun of a video clip from his favorite porn, Taboo II. He also complains about the new vortex beer bottles, and says they should have worked on making the beer taste better.

 

Teresa jumps into the news, with the top story involving Glen Beck’s rally to honor MLK’s speech about restoring America. She also talks about Paris Hilton’s recent arrest for cocaine possession, and Adam says we all need to cut her a break and let her be a coke whore if that’s what she wants to do. Teresa also tells a particularly gruesome story about a young boy putting a used condom in his mouth, and Isaac Hayes offers his comments on all of the stories.

 

Adam and Donny get into a heated discussion about living together and Donny wanting money for the oven he bought before he moved out. They reflect on what their landlord said was ‘the most disgusting apartment I’ve ever seen.’ He and Donny also complain about the swamp cooler Adam used to own, and Adam vents about his cheap father.

 

Comedian Dov Davidoff joins the stage and talks to Adam about his relationship with his wife. He and Dov talk about women’s love of drama, whereas guys need to keep a level head if they want the relationship to last forever. Dov also talks about his girlfriend who he met and had a threesome with, and also shows Teresa the life affirming stuff he has written on his arms. Adam and Dov both complain about their ‘crazy hippie intellectual’ moms, and Tersesa points out there’s ‘something macho yet vulnerable’ in Dov.

 

Adam performs This Week In Rage, counting down the things that pissed him off the most in the last seven days. He also gets in jabs about mini croissants, and people who try to defend spiders.

 

In the last part of the news, Teresa talks about Madonna’s parenting skills. Adam can’t understand why the kids are being taught French, and he and Dov commiserate to eating from a ‘microbiotic diet.’ The last story deals with Bristol Palin and The Situation both being new cast members on Dancing with the Stars, and Adam comes up with a fantastic idea to keep The Situation’s shirt on.

 

To see more from Dov, check out: www.dovlive.com

 

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Dawson & Mike Lynch

Audio: Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Search: Katie Levine

Build and Edit: Katie Levine

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Aug 27, 2010

It’s been some time since Adam took listener calls, so he’s very excited to jump right into it. The first caller just wants to see him perform live, and Adam tells her details about his two upcoming shows tomorrow at the Melrose Improv. Another caller asks him about ‘Mangria,’ and afterwards, Adam gets into a conversation with Bald Bryan about Undercover Boss and going to college at USC.

 

Next, Adam takes a ‘controversial call’ from a criminal defense attorney, who explains the standard excuses that various ethnicities use when involved in a domestic violence situation. Adam goes on a rant about America always kicking its own ass for being racist, but really we are more selective than that. He talks more about the education system, and says that we are doing a disservice by pretending it’s everyone’s problem, when it’s really focused on specific minorities. 

 

Adam also takes a call from an Australian listener, and contemplates going Down Under sometime. They talk about everything from racing cars to comedy music to the tax system. Adam also asks some questions about whether or not listeners abroad feel a disconnect when he rants about local issues, but he’s happy to hear that most listeners are just glad to have something to laugh about.

 

The next caller asks Adam about the decline of boxing popularity, and how he thinks it can be brought back into the main fold. Adam suggests some fights he’d like to see, and also some great fights he recalls seeing in the past. Adam also takes a call about personalized license plates, and teases Bryan about family members all named after the same letter.

 

A female caller would like to know how old is too old to start having a family, and another female caller puts her daughter on the line to do a killer Carolla impression. For the final call of the day, someone asks Adam why he doesn’t try putting his name on a vineyard or wine bottle. Both Adam and Bald Bryan think it’s a spectacular idea.

 

Add @AdamCarolla on Twitter for updates on when Adam will be taking calls next. 

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Dawson & Mike Lynch

Audio: Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Search: Katie Levine

Build and Edit: Katie Levine

Phones: Brian Meyer

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Aug 26, 2010

Teresa recently received a blurb for her book from Dr. Drew. She talks with Adam about being nervous to ask for it, but eventually reads it out loud. Since Teresa’s book deals with parenting, she and Adam go into tons of details about their relationships with their parents. Adam also rants against working with a talk show personality who tried to take over his Loveline project with Dr. Drew, and talks about the time he told her to fuck off.

 

Patrick Warburton arrives just as the news opens up. He talks about his new movie Rockslide, but quickly jumps into an anecdote about racing cars against Adam. The top news story involves Miss Philippines, who suggested during the pageant that she’s never made a mistake. Adam, Teresa and Patrick all talk about the things that they regret, though for Adam it’s more about regretting not telling people off that he should have.

 

Everyone listens to an audio of the dumbest speech ever recorded at a beauty pageant, and also discuss the fallout of the Tiger Woods and Elin divorce. Adam talks about some of the ways money can make you happen, and questions with Patrick about what it would be like to date Tiger.

 

Patrick talks about the new car he just bought, and compares it to being with a ‘beautiful but damaged’ lady. Teresa mentions a story about a guy screaming at his bike, and it reminds Patrick of guys that are physically in love with their cars. Adam jokes about Jay Leno, and Patrick talks about racing against him in another race. Adam comments on Leno’s car shop, comparing it to the joys of vintage racing. To wrap up the show, Teresa tells a news story about an obsessive ex-boyfriend, and Patrick offers some interesting dating advice for the experienced sushi eater.

 

Check out Patrick’s latest film at: www.rockslydethemovie.com

 

Rules of Engagement premieres Sept 20th on CBS.

 

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Dawson and Mike Lynch

Audio: Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Search: Chris Laxamana

Build and Edit: Chris Laxamana

Phones: Brian Meyer

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

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