Welcome to the Adam Carolla Podcast! The new home for the rantings and ravings of Adam Carolla, and with Bald Bryan on sound effects.
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Dave and Adam are filled with poop today. They start off the show talking the worst fruit flavors for sports drinks and the little things in life that make you miserable. They then talk about the most important debate of our lifetime, what is the best residual cereal flavor. A rich man poor man sets Adam off on the people that don't entertain hypotheticals. They then talk about the lack of attention paid to the little details in films like Drive and Ghost Rider.
Andrew Jay Cohen chats with Adam about the new Will Ferrell movie, The House, and getting his start working for Judd Apatow. Plus, the guys play a much-delayed Fathers Day edition of the Rotten Tomatoes Game.
Adam and Aubrey Marcus from Onnit start the podcast up by chatting about Aubrey's roots in or just outside of the San Fernando Valley. Sports were a major influence on Aubrey's life, as they solidified his limitations and ceiling in life. Adam and Aubrey then talk about how stress and discomfort are the forces that strengthen determination and grit. Aubrey's Plant Medicine Trips and how facing your greatest fears through psychedelics can help shed the mental shackles that prohibit growth. The wrap the episode on the topic of emotions dictating broken thought.
Don Winslow chats with Adam about the failed war on drugs, how the police force operates, and having his latest book adapted by David Mamet. The guys also chat about Trumps feud with Morning Joe, and everyones 4th of July plans.
Mary Carey talks to Adam about her experiences in the porn industry, living a sober life, and Serena Williams nude magazine cover. Plus, Dave Dameshek returns with an original song about Teemu Selanne.
Legendary manager and producer George Shapiro joins Adam to talk George's new documentary If You're Not in the Obit, Eat Breakfast. Adam and George chat about the spark of talent that very few have and the work it requires to light that spark. They then chat about the differences between the academic and business world compared to the creative. They then talk about George's life in the Bronx and P.S. 80, the public school that birthed legends like Howard West, Gary Marshall and George himself. Finally, George and Adam talk about the necessary steps to embrace sadness and how that is one of the keys to a happy life.
Jeff Goldblum joins for a podcast about the new Jurassic World film, working with Woody Allen, and playing jazz piano at the upcoming Arroyo Seco Festival. Vinnie Tortorich also returns to discuss which vitamins are good to invest in taking.
Spike Feresten chats with Adam about working for David Letterman, and being persecuted for liking cars. Plus, the guys do some music talk with David Wild, and Bald Bryan reviews the new Tupac biopic, All Eyez On Me.
Ted Nugent calls in to discuss using softer language when discussing politics, staying away from drugs, and why having a gun can save lives. Plus, Ian Bagg returns to chat about Carrie Fishers toxicology report, and Michael Phelps racing a shark.
Pauly Shore returns to discuss growing up at The Comedy Store, and his experiences at an electronic music festival over the weekend. Plus, Bill Zanker calls in to talk to Adam about an upcoming Podcasting Master Class that Adam will be teaching.