At the top of the show, Adam and Dr. Drew discuss some of the problems with producers who don’t let the talent do their jobs. Adam complains about the way they always dumb down their shows for the audience, and how you can’t even have ‘a heartbeat of silence.’ The guys also talk about their wives’ obsessions with terrible women on reality TV, and talk about the history of humans’ ‘sacrificial impulse.’
The guys then jump to the phone lines to give listeners some relationship advice. The first caller spent some time with an ex-girlfriend and it just didn’t feel right, and the next caller has a super hot girlfriend who he has no longer has a sex drive for. In both cases, Adam and Dr. Drew agree that the callers need to move on, and do that as swiftly as possible.
In the second half of the show, Adam talks about a variety of frustrating interactions he had with famous women, that Dr. Drew was also a witness to. First, he talks about several maddening conversations with Black Eyed Peas front woman Fergie, and then he talks about an argument he had with Kelly Osbourne over WWII. Lastly, he talks about a panelist he recently talked to on Dr. Drew’s show, who was shocked Adam couldn’t remember that they were intimate together.
The guys then talk about the death of former Celebrity Rehab patient Jeff Conway. Dr. Drew expresses his sadness, as Jeff appeared to be making some progress in the last couple of weeks. Adam asks where Dr. Drew thinks that drug companies fall when it comes to substance abuse, and if they actually benefit from selling massive amounts of pills to people who can’t control themselves. The show then comes full circle as the guys discuss how the government needs to get out of the way, and let the trained professionals do their jobs.
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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje
Producer: Mike Lynch
Producer: Mike Dawson
Audio/Voice Over/Post-Production: Mike Dawson
Technical Director: Logan Moy
Show Summary: Matt Fondiler