Adams opens the show talking about the many gifts he’s received when he interacts with fans on the road. Recently he got a CD that contained an audio interview with his grandfather Lotzi, as part of a project where people who went through Ellis Island were spoken to. First, the guys dissect an old family photo of the Carollas, then they listen to a snippet from Lotzi’s interview.
Alison Rosen starts the news, and talks about comedian Louis CK’s defense of the hateful comments that Tracy Morgan made earlier this week. Adam has recently noticed a pattern of people getting busted for things they say while doing stand up or Twitter, and tries to figure out when and why society took this turn. The guys also look at John Edwards’s mug shots, and talk about some advancements in gynecology.
Next up, the guys jump to the phones to take your relationship calls. The first caller is trying to figure out how to balance his booty calls, and the next is concerned that her marriage is getting stale. Adam also helps a guy cope with some baby mama drama, and takes another call from someone who’s been with his high school sweetheart forever and is considering playing the field.
Today’s guest is conservative commentator Evan Sayet. Evan says that he doesn’t position himself as right wing, but rather as being anti-left wing. He and Adam discuss the situation in Israel, and the idea of modern liberalism. They also talk about the US being an exceptional country, and how the ‘reward and merit’ mentality has been thrown off as of late. The guys also discuss the threat of Communism growing up, and how Islam is seen in America today. As the show wraps up, the guys dissect a couple Springsteen songs, and Adam listens to John Hiatt.
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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje
Producer: Mike Lynch
Producer: Mike Dawson
Audio/Voice Over/Post-Production: Mike Dawson
Technical Director: Chris Laxamana
Researcher: Logan Moy
Show Summary: Matt Fondiler