Michael Imperioli of 'The Sopranos' fame joins Adam for this episode of Take A Knee. Adam opens the show talking to Michael about his upbringing in New York and what got him into acting. Then, Adam asks Michael about his time getting casted and working on The Sopranos. This leads into Michael talking more about his writing career, as well as his endeavors in theater production. Later, Adam asks Michael about his day to day activities during his off time.
Jerry Springer joins Adam and opens the show talking about being born in England during WWII, his family members that were killed in concentration camps, and immigrating to the US. This leads into a discussion on modern day terrorism, ISIS, and the refugee crisis. After that, Jerry talks about his time in high school and college where a much lesser degree of anti semitism continued in different ways. As the show wraps up, Adam has Jerry tell him the story of how ‘The Jerry Springer Show’ came to be.
Manoj Bhargava joins Adam for this episode of Take A Knee. Adam opens the show praising Manoj's new documentary about looking for practical solutions for the large scale problems facing humanity today. Then, Manoj talks about leaving Princeton to move to India for 12 years where he gained what he thought was more valuable knowledge than perhaps a traditional education. After that, Minoj explains his latest idea for getting free, clean, renewable energy from the earths core. This leads into a conversation about all different types of renewable energy and which they believe has the most potential in the future. Before they wrap, Adam and Minoj talk about human nature, and why we don't have more intelligent people leading the world.