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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Adam is joined by Phil Rosenthal live from the William Turner Gallery in Santa Monica California for a conversation about his newest book 'Daddy, Stop Talking' and much more. After Phil has Adam tell some of the more prominent stories from the book they take a few audience questions.
Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park chats about hearing his music on KROQ for the first time, the fad of yarn bombing, and his thoughts on Chet Hayes. Plus, Jo Koy calls in to discuss Hawaii's Spam abuse. AdamCarolla.com
Brad Williams sits down for a podcast about the capture of the escaped convicts in New York, the Supreme Court's ruling in favor of same sex marriage, and what happens during the devil's threesome. AdamCarolla.com
Jason Gedrick sits down for a podcast about Big Brother's first transgender contestant, Dustin Diamond's prison sentence, and Stevie Wonder's hair. Plus, Adam crowns this week's Lord of the Jungle.
Author Brad Meltzer chats with Adam about his new book, his first fistfight, and how to make the leap from nothing to something. Plus, Adam takes a call from Amy Kircos to discuss the future of technology. AdamCarolla.com
Adam Ray plays a new song he wrote, and chats with the gang about working with Jason Statham and Melissa McCarthy in 'Spy'. Plus, David Wild is in studio for inspired rants about 'selfie sticks' and peach flavored gum. AdamCarolla.com
No guest today, just Adam, Gina and Bryan. The gang talks about Hobo Power, Obama's use of the N-word, and Taylor Swift's thoughts on Apple Music. Later, Bald Bryan reviews the new Pixar film, 'Inside Out', for this week's Baldywood. AdamCarolla.com
Skip and Alison Bedell share their experiences on the set of Catch a Contractor. The guys also chat about Gina's orgy experience, and Travis from Alaska is in studio for a live round of Greater Than or Less Than.
Iliza Shlesinger joins Adam, Gina, and Bald Bryan for a live podcast from The Hollywood Improv. Adam starts the show with a recent dinner he had at the generous hands of his agent James 'Babydoll' Dixon. Then the gang gets into a round of What Can't Adam Complain About. Before they wrap, Gina gives today's news on Frank Sinatra's auctioned notebook, Japanese hotel crying rooms, and the best day to apply for a job.
Jon Taffer chats with Adam about Bar Rescue and the time he saw Sigmund Freud's cocaine spoon. Plus, Adonal Foyle calls in to discuss why pro athletes blow all their money, and Matt Atchity is here for the Rotten Tomatoes Game.
Jay Mohr is in studio for a podcast about being friendly with Al Pacino, sitcoms with celebrities, and Big Momma Got It All's thoughts on Rachel Dolezal. Plus, David Wild discusses an emotional trip for a school reunion, and Bald Bryan reviews Jurassic World. AdamCarolla.com
Gerald Casale chats with Adam about the origins of Devo and his experiences making wine. Jo Koy is also in studio, and Adam takes a call from Hunter Atkins to discuss the life of Paul Newman. AdamCarolla.com
Lisa Lampanelli chats with Adam about her sex life since she lost all the weight. Plus, Hugh Hewitt is in studio for a conversation about working with Richard Nixon, why Hilary Clinton will be our next president, and a new pizza with a hot dog lined crust. Adam also crowns this week's Lord of the Jungle.
Nate Jackson returns to discuss marijuana usage in the NFL, why football players are so good at following instructions, and the latest trouble for the Duggar family. Plus, Adam takes a call from David Wild to chat about his new TV special about The 70s.