Jimmy Kimmel returns to the podcast to discuss his multiple firings from the radio biz, Adam’s inability to read or write, and Obama’s inauguration.
Leo Laporte phones in to discuss podcast unity and the mysteries of patent law. Later, SF Giants pitcher Barry Zito and singer songwriting Kelley James swing by to discuss Mangria, World Series baseball, and Patrick Duffy.
Live from Amalfi restaurant, Anthony Jeselnik joins Adam for a podcast about chalk body outlines, Obama's gun control plan and Manti Te'o. Plus a round of Nerdwalking.
Harley of Epic Meal Time talks with Adam about eating bears, weird Canadian pronunciations, and drunk cooking competitions. Later, Shark Tank’s Daymond John swings by to discuss the birth of FUBU and how to sell your product for millions.
Bill Simmons returns to kick around two movie pitches. David Wild is also in studio to chat with Adam and the gang about the Golden Globes, Grammys, and Songs of the Week.
Jim Jefferies joins for a podcast about racing at Laguna Seca, the Golden Globes, and watching ‘Best Funeral Ever’.
Rhea Seehorn of ‘Whitney’ talks with Adam about her dad’s secret government job, what it means to be a Henchman, and Men’s Health’s 100 Hottest Women. Plus a round of What Can’t Adam Complain About.
Live from the Ford Booth at CES, rally driver Ken Block joins Adam for a podcast about blind guy canes, Mike Tyson, and what an Adam theme park would look like.
Bobby Slayton chats with Adam about women who don’t change their last name after marriage, opening for Graham Parker, and Villaraigosa’s party with Charlie Sheen. Dave Dameshek is also in studio for #1 Sports and the Creep of the Week.
Alonzo Bodden is back to chat with Adam about the death of Huell Howser, the joys of Pop Warner football, and playing dominoes. David Wild is also in studio, and Alison reads the news.
Evan Sayet, author of ‘KinderGarden of Eden’, sits down for a podcast about chicken-shit tickets, issues with the modern liberal, and eating your own placenta. Dr. Spazz also returns for this week’s Healthwatch.
Jay Mohr and Jay Glazer are both in studio to discuss Glazer’s attempts at standup comedy, the pros and cons of death row, and how to play dominoes.
Adam, Alison, and Bald Bryan return for the first podcast of 2013. The guys catch up on their breaks, go through the news, and Adam rants about omelets, eggnog and Disneyland.
Adam, Alison and Bald Bryan present the 6th Annual ACE Awards, celebrating the greatest moments of the Adam Carolla Show during 2012.
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. (Recorded 11-22-11)