Author Archives: Chris Laxamana


#422: Confidence To Fall Back On

September 26, 2016


Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the recent departure of Dr. Drew’s daily TV show on HLN. They then discuss the somewhat recent tragic passing of Patton Oswalt’s wife which was brought up again after Patton’s Emmy speech which he dedicated to his late wife. Later they speak to a girl trying to get over an unrealized relationship and she gets some dating tips from the guys


#421: My Shoulder Was Out Of Socket For 4 Days

September 25, 2016


Adam and Drew open the show discussing the recent traumatic injury that Adam’s daughter Natalia suffered. After going down memory lane to talk about some of Adam’s childhood injuries the guys turn to the phone and speak to a caller whose sister is suffering from a brain injury. Later they speak to a gentlemen who has a child with a woman who has a drug problem that has led to numerous recent arrests.


#420: Braaa

September 22, 2016


Adam and Drew open the show talking about the difference between kinds of feminine hygiene products as well as the very thick green liquid that Adam is drinking courtesy of his nanny Olga. They then turn to the phones and try to make the best of a very morbid topic that a caller has a question about. They then speak on their thoughts on appreciation of achievement and how that manifests itself using cars as a metaphor. They then turn to the phones and speak to someone trying to get off Prozac and another caller who fears his girlfriend is cheating on him.


#419: Frequently, Oh Wait

September 22, 2016


Adam and Drew open the show discussing the fact that CBS News recently edited an interview with Bill Clinton ‘for time’ even though it was only a two second comment and how that discredits them as a news organization. Adam also shows Dr. Drew a video showing the pretty biased coverage MSNBE gave to the recent fainting of Hillary Clinton incident at the 9/11 memorial. We then get to a very interesting caller who wants to ask Drew a very intimate question about his future. As the show wraps up they speak to a caller suffering from sleep paralysis and another who is having panic attacks.

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