Live from Adam’s car, a special one-on-two podcast between Adam, Petros and Money on the way to a gig. The guys chat about the early days of KROQ, Red Dawn, and why it takes seven freeways to get across town.
Erin Brockovich joins the podcast to discuss what it’s like having a movie based on her life, and how she continues to fight The Man. Adam and the gang also chat about driving with cell phones, protestors, and abusive playground games.
360 miles from LA, Adam, Lynch and August speed home from a weekend of sold out shows. Adam takes your email questions, makes fun of August’s ringtone, and complains about the horrible music on the First Wave station.
Jill Zarin sits with Adam and the gang to discuss the differences between Jews and Italians, why her husband doesn’t like Lamborghinis, and what her daytime talk show with Adam would be like. She also helps Adam during a round of What Can’t Adam Complain About: Holiday Edition.
Garret Dillahunt chats with Adam about No Country For Old Men and Raising Hope. Alison brings the news, and the guys also hear your stories of the worst Christmas presents ever.
Andy Dick & Marshall Cook join the podcast to discuss their new film, ‘Division III: Football’s Finest.’ Alison brings the news, and the guys also chat about college hazing, anti-Semitism, and offending Howard Stern.
Christopher Titus returns to address his Sarah Palin controversy, the unemployment situation in America, and representing himself in court. Adam also discusses why he can never lie, and pays tribute to his friend Phillip the Juggler.
Dicky Barrett joins Adam and the gang for a podcast about the new Bosstones album, last week’s Hollywood shooting, and traveling with Mike August. Dr. Bruce is also in studio for this week’s Health Watch.
Clay Aiken joins Adam for a one-on-one podcast about his American Idol experience, working with kids who have behavioral disabilities, and how to live life in the public eye.
Larry Miller returns to try his luck at the Hypothetical Road Trip. Adam and the gang also talk about his Jay Leno appearance, Blagojevich’s prison sentence, and Rolling Stone’s top films of 2011.
Bobby Collins hangs with Adam and the gang to chat about leaving Calvin Klein to be a comedian, touring with Julio Iglesias, and hanging out at Woodstock. Plus, Adam rants about radar detectors and leaf blowers.
Alonzo Bodden chats with Adam and the gang about Moto GP racing, Herman Cain’s resignation, and his new BBC America show based on the NPR program ‘Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me’.
Mariel Hemingway chats with Adam for a one-on-one podcast about eating raw food, working with Woody Allen, and how having a healthy lifestyle can literally save your life.
NCIS’ Brian Dietzen joins Adam and the gang for a podcast about Marc Harmon, douchebags who own bowling balls, and running over guys with bikes.
Dana Gould returns to discuss awkward dreams, the Occupy LA crackdown, and eating horse meat. The guys also go through the day’s news, and talk about whether or not boxer Ken Norton is dead.
Winter Ave Zoli talks with Adam and the gang about Sons of Anarchy, Biorhythm Wheels, and living in Prague. The guys also discuss Facebook’s most shared articles of 2011, and when Seth MacFarlane’s house got TP’d.
Carlos Mencia hangs with Adam and the gang and talks about his weight loss, new Comedy Central special, and what it was like growing up with 17 siblings.
Dr. Bruce sits down for Healthwatch with Adam, Alison and Bald Bryan. Adam also complains about his Thanksgiving dessert, Black Friday shoppers and problems at the dog park.
Adam’s dad, son, and buddy Ray join him for a post-Thanksgiving family discussion. The guys talk about Adam’s uncles, stories of Jim growing up, and why Adam’s mom might be a communist.
Happy Thanksgiving! Adam plays the complete recording of his grandpa Lotzi. Based on an interview from over three decades ago, listen as Lotzi talks about escaping the Nazis and ultimately making his way to America.
Joel McHale and Adam talk one-on-one about Community and The Soup, Joel’s history of quitting sports, and how Adam barely graduated high school.
Author Barry Eisler talks with Adam about turning down half a million bucks to self publish a book, and how he get involved with the CIA. Adam also takes your calls to hear your Holiday Disaster Stories.
Eastbound & Down’s Steve Little swings by the podcast to talk about the millionaire matchmaker, the benefits of golfing, and showing your junk on camera. Adam also responds to tweets for What Can’t Adam Complain About.
Boondock Saints director Troy Duffy joins Adam and the gang to clear the record on the documentary, ‘Overnight.’ Adam, Alison and Bryan also discuss Mike McQueary, Justin Bieber, and celebrity reactions to the shut down of Occupy Wall Street.
Kevin Hench joins Adam for a 1-on-1 podcast about trying to get his wife pregnant, new age-y number vibrations, and their favorite sports movies. The guys also go to the phones to answer your general questions for the Aceman.