As the show opens, Dr. Drew says he feels right at home since Adam and Donny are arguing again. He tries his best to stop the argument, but Donny comes on the mic to defend himself against Adam’s claims. Dr. Drew reflects on his own arguments he had with Adam back in the day, and their experience trying to get out of Westwood One to record Loveline at the KROQ studios.
Today, Dr. Drew is a bit fired up over some political issues. He explains how nowadays, citizens basically expect the government to abuse them. Adam chimes in about the regulations in the private sector, and how competition is a crucial part of getting people motivated to do their jobs quickly and correctly. Adam and Dr. Drew expand on the economics behind everything, and Dr. Drew explains how it’s impacting the medical field.
Adam takes a listener phone call who asks the guys what they’re most afraid of when it comes to raising their kids. Dr. Drew says he’s been much more freaked out about drugs and alcohol than sex and relationships. He explains his motivations and procedures as a good parent, and suggests what he would do if his kids were caught while involved in illegal activities.
In the last segment of the show, Adam talks about his book sales, and how he isn’t sure how to talk to his Mom about it. Afterwards, they talk about the new season of Celebrity rehab, and take one final listener call who thanks Dr. Drew for inspiring his career path. Adam and Dr. Drew reflect a bit more on some of their douchier Loveline guests, and Donny comes back in to patch things up from their earlier argument.
Watch Dr. Drew on Celebrity Rehab. Season 4 premieres Wednesday, Dec 1st.
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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje
Producers: Mike Lynch and Mike Dawson
Writer: Mike Lynch
Associate Producer/Phones: Katie Levine
Show Summary: Matt Fondiler