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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Mark Geragos gives an update on Colin Kaepernick, and talks with the gang about Paul Manafort and the Mueller indictments. Plus, comedian Jay Larson chats about the Kevin Spacey sexual harassment scandal, and the guys play a Halloween edition of Will Brian Eat It?.
Adam, Bryan and Gina discuss Kathy Griffins scorched earth video, how drug cartels are reacting to the legalization of marijuana, and Huey Lewis Broadway show. Adam also rants about everything bagels, and cringe-y 70s TV.
Today on the show, The Queen of Personal Finance, Suze Orman, calls in from the Bahamas to chat with Adam. They kick off the conversation by discussing the lack of financial information that is taught to our kids as they grow up. Adam then asks Suze about what life looks like going from a mile a minute as an anchor on CNBC to living the Island Life in the Bahamas. Safe to say, she's watching a few more sunrises. Adam then asks Suze about the most crucial financial information one can give their kids today. They wrap the show with Suze emphasizing "do NOT be scared of money, it's simple. The best financial advisor in the world is yourself."
Mike Rowe calls in to chat with Adam about Returning the Favor, taking time away from the news, and why teachers are not heroes. Plus, Greg Fitzsimmons is in studio to discuss Bill Cosby going bankrupt, racist cereal boxes, and the worst state for trick or treaters.
Dave Rubin joins for a podcast about winning an argument with facts, the endless stream of hysteria, and a warning to parents about their kids racially insensitive Halloween costumes. Plus, Jeff Cesario brings the sports with Chet Waterhouse, and RJ Bell phones in with this weeks RJs Parlay.
Denis Leary calls in to discuss why America doesnt suck, and the classic film Judgment Night. Clay Travis is also in studio to chat with Adam about the problems with politics bleeding into sports, and former NHLer Sean Avery calls in to todays Good Sports.
Kevin Sorbo and his wife Sam discuss their new film, the time Kevin met Versace, and Mark Cubans potential run for President. Plus, Jim Ross calls in to talk about the state of pro wrestling, and the gang plays a round of Totally Topical TiVo Trivia.
Today, Ace sits down with the Political Cowboy himself, Mr. Chad Prather. The conversation kicks off, reminiscing about the first time Adam heard about Chad on The Adam Carolla show. Chad's video about a woman being offended by cotton decorations at a hobby lobby made it into Gina's news section. That leads the two into a broader discussion about the root cause of the offense being taken in this country and what happens when you run out of problems.
Dana Gould returns for a round of Huells Jewels. Plus, Vinnie Tortorich talks about what booze you can and cant drink, and the guys respond to news stories about Channing Tatum breaking ties with the Weinsteins, and hangover proof wine.
Mark Geragos calls in to talk about representing Colin Kaepernick. Adam also talks with Daley Haggar about sexual harassment in Hollywood, and then author Michael Meyer chats with the gang about his journey through China. Along the way, the gang plays a Harvey Weinstein themed round of Blah Blah Blog, and Dr. Drew even makes a cameo!
Ian Bagg returns to discuss power rankings of Canadian cities, Trump and McCains latest exchange of words, and the ongoing case of Bowe Berghdahl. Plus, RJ Bell calls in for RJs Parlay and also shares his thoughts on Colin Kaepernick.
Timo Weiland, acclaimed fashion designer and chosen for the CFDA incubator program, discusses everything from how much fashion week and the industry in New York has changed, and how he transitioned from being a banker on Wall Street to an acclaimed fashion designer/DJ.
Ally Hilfiger and Steve Hash sit in with creative director, Trey Laird, and discuss Marfa, Texas, his experiences working with Gigi Hadid, Tommy Hilfiger, Lady Gaga, Tom Ford, how he started his company, and his early days with Donna Karen.
Ally and Steve fly to London to sit in with Gigi Hadid to talk to her about working with Tommy Hilfiger, packing and dressing for your mood, what she likes about designing the Gigi X Tommy collections, and how hands on she is every step of the way while always considering her fans!