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Oct 5, 2010

Adam and Dr. Drew open by discussing the recent appearance of Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler on Adam's show. Dr. Drew explains how when they first met he was a mess, but that he responded extremely well to treatment. Adam also shares his thoughts on Lindsay Lohan and says it's tough to change when you're young. Dr. Drew points to Jack Osbourne as an example of someone young who it did work on, but he agrees that most young people just don't get it.

 

Adam asks Dr. Drew for advice on how to handle his daughter, who is already harboring strong dislike toward him. Drew suggests that part of it is genetic, but says he thinks something interesting will come of the relationship; and not necessarily what Adam thinks it will be. Adam also talks about doing activities with both his twins, but rarely getting one-on-one time. Dr. Drew points out that twins often define themselves by what their other twin is not. They then go on a tangent about the clown painting in Adam's bathroom.

 

The first call of the day deals with a 40-year-old who lacks the drive to be in a relationship. Adam discusses the trend of people coming from good environments that still don't want to be in relationships, and they both agree that it stems from prolonged adolescence.

 

Dr. Drew tells a story about visiting The Wrigley Mansion, where beautiful marble was recently discovered beneath the shag carpet.  It reminds Adam of an old pair of leather shoes he bought 10 years ago and still stores in a box even though they're ugly as hell. He goes on a huge rant, wanting people to apologize to him for shushing him when he said the shoes were ugly, or that a particular band or song sucked.

 

Adam also wants apologies for all the shitty promotions that he and Drew had to endure when they worked so closely all the time. Dr. Drew tells a story of how he and Adam had to endure Media Training, even though Adam said it was a waste of time. Adam and Drew were forced to sit through fake interviews, and Adam said nothing until he eventually let loose on the 'non-talent' and 'non-comedy' people that tried to dictate what he was supposed to say.

 

Jumping back into calls, Adam and Dr. Drew give a young listener some advice on how to approach women. Another caller is a guy whose wife is into rough sex, but he doesn't know how to initiate it. A second question from the same caller deals with anal sex, which leads Dr. Drew to discuss the dangers of Anal Cancer. He and Adam talk about Farrah Fawcett, and expand into other celebrity deaths that should have led to important discussions, but instead the media focused on other things.

 

All of this sends Adam into another rant about how parents need to take care of their kids, and even Drew gets fired up about this. Adam very quickly shuffles through a couple more calls involving cheating, and a couple that is no longer sexually active. To the latter, Adam suggests having a couple glasses of wine and getting it on, but Dr. Drew suggests getting proper medical evaluation if her husband is not physically able to perform. 

 

Get ready for a new season of Celebrity Rehab this December. And in the meantime, listen to Love Line at http://www.lovelineshow.com/

 

In today's Stitcher Extra Content, Adam and Dr. Drew take more of your calls! Hear them at: http://landing.stitcher.com/?srcid=428

 

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producers: Mike Dawson and Mike Lynch

Audio: Mike Dawson

Writer: Mike Lynch

Production Engineer: Logan Moy

Search: Chris Laxamana

Build and Edit: Katie Levine 

Phones: Brian Meyer

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

1 Comments
  • over seven years ago
    Ziad
    Dr Helen my brother used to leistn to Adam Corolla on Loveline for a long time. He's a blue-collar type of comedian but he's got definitely certain conservative views. Chief among them is stop whining, people with real jobs deserve more respect, life has consequences, etc. He's seriously anti-PC and will likely be crude. He's probably a lot closer to an Al Bundy than the typical show biz celebrity. He's not dumb but makes no pretense to be smart either. the slant of the book seems more like a blue-collar plea for society to "man up" with jokes.
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