Welcome to the Adam Carolla Podcast! The new home for the rantings and ravings of Adam Carolla, and with Bald Bryan on sound effects.
Check it out Adam hangs out with some his pals, like: Larry Miller, David Allen Grier, Dr. Drew Pinksy, Dana Gould, Doug Benson, and many, many more.
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George Shapiro discusses the legendary talents hes managed like Jerry Seinfeld and Andy Kaufman, the secret to vitality as you get older, and watching Danny DeVito play him in a movie. Plus, Jeff Cesario returns as Chet Waterhouse.
Adam and Kareem kick off the episode by chatting about the style of play that attracted Kareem to UCLA. They then chat about Kareem's thirst for intellectualism which was equally as important in deciding where to go to school. Kareem and Adam then talk about the unconscious shift in Kareem's life towards Islam and how he was recruited by the Muslim Brotherhood. They finally cover why we need wisdom more than ever now.
Adam and Complex Network's Rich Antoniello kick off the episode by discussing inventing businesses that revenue will chase, not the other way around. They then chat about the crap TV that they watched as kids and why soap operas are called soap operas. Adam and Rich talk further about what taking risks can do to content and to an individual's passions. The two then talk about what working for free can get you in life.
Dennis Prager talks with Adam about college safe spaces, addiction to free money, and the difference between Liberalism and Leftism. Plus, David Wild returns to talk about Chris Cornells suicide and the Manchester terror attack.
Hasan Minhaj chats with Adam about how debate turned into a passion for standup comedy. The guys also discuss the time Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was approached by the Black Muslim community, and they take a call from ESPNs Jeremy Schaap about the importance of good coaching.
Adam and Paul kick off the show by chatting about Paul's book title, Why Sell Tacos in Africa? They then talk about the opulence of the 80's and what happens when you throw an angry young kid into the mix. Paul then discusses his journey to Eastern Europe in hope of finding his father's roots, and how he turned $400 in a $200 million dollar company. Adam and Paul also discuss the importance of writing, and why Paul carries a notepad with him everywhere he goes.
Jimmy O. Yang chats about the success of Silicon Valley, and the genius of show creator Mike Judge. Plus, Vinnie Tortorich joins for a round of Will Andrew and Bryan Eat It?, in honor Andrew heading back to Boston.
Mike Boudet of Sword and Scale discusses the true crime genre and some of the more disturbing cases hes covered. The gang also reacts to news stories about Bill Cosby, Antonio Cromartie, and a hack that affected the entire world.
Jay Mohr debuts a new character, and talks with Adam about Elon Musks LA Tunnel project, billionaire divorce payouts, and the nuttiness of the real estate market. Plus, Jo Koy returns to discuss terrible commercials, and the lack of masculinity today.
Matt Atchity returns for a round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game, and to comment on Brett Ratners statement about the site destroying the film industry. Plus, the gang discusses Mothers Day, the firing of FBI director James Comey, and Billy Joels guest list at his Dodger Stadium concert.