Live from Universal Citywalk, Adam gets pitched a TV series in a round of Q and Ace, Alison does the news, and Adam and Donny share disgusting stories from back in the day.
Adam takes a call from author Ben Shapiro to discuss how Hollywood treats conservatives. The guys also go through the news, and give away a free iPad during a round of What Can’t Adam Complain About.
Adam talks about his experience at the Phish concert, and comments on the riots in London. Later, Dana Gould returns for another round of Huell’s Jewels.
Adam sits down 1-on-2 to hear the full history of the Insane Clown Posse: from their inner-city routes to their massive Gathering of the Juggalos.
Live from the Irvine Improv, Adam talks about his weekend in Vegas, and chats with Alison about the day’s news. Bill Burr stops by later to talk about his work on Breaking Bad, Hillary Duff’s teeth, and the pros and cons of the ocean.
Adam tells stories from his little league baseball playing days, and goes over the news with Alison. Later, Bowling For Soup plays Adam’s favorite kid’s show theme song.
Attack of the Show’s Kevin Pereira stands up for the geeks, and plays a round of Nerdwalking. Adam also rants about police brutality, graphic novels, and boxing with Octomom.
Greg Proops comes by to talk about a male birth control pill, hanging with Drew Carey, and the new Battleship movie. Adam also takes your relationship calls.
Larry Miller swings by for a round of Nerdwalking, recorded live at Comic Con. Author Craig Machen joins later to discuss experiencing drugs and strip clubs before becoming a teenager.
Kyle Turley joins the podcast to talk about making music, hanging in Mexico, and the difficulty of leaving the NFL. Alison reads the news, and Dr. Bruce returns at long last for a segment of Health Watch with Dr. Spazz.
Adam describes a heartwarming conversation he had with an 11-year-old on the flight home from Phoenix. Penn Jillette comes by later to discuss his book, ‘God, No!’ including a hilarious blow dryer incident.
The Schmoes are back to talk with Adam about a disappointing summer of movies. Alison reads news about Amy Winehouse and American Atheists, and the guys listen to the final segment of The Lotzi Tapes.
Adam and the gang discuss the latest congressional sex scandal, the problems with deep throating, and why Muslims don’t think other Muslims are responsible for 9/11. Beth Littleford comes by later to talk about the early days of The Daily Show, and working with douchebag comedians.
Phil Rosenthal returns to the show to talk with Adam about bringing Everybody Loves Raymond to Russia. Alison also reads through the news, and Adam offers his thoughts on Dodger Dogs and the return of the NFL.