#1291 You’re Too Far Gone

June 25, 2020

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show by turning straight to the phones and speaking with a caller who is obese and dealing with a food addiction. They also speak to a caller who recently suffered the loss of his girlfriend and is looking for advice on how to cope with the situation. Drew then turns the conversation to the idea of rigid feelings that people marry themselves to and asks Adam if he has ever considered strategies to use in attempting to get people to move away from those ideas.

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#1290 Worthy of Sniff

June 23, 2020

After Drew opens the show with a suggestion for Adam on a new TV show he enjoys, the conversation turns to Sam Harris and some of his thoughts on the relationship between police and the African American community. This leads to a larger conversation about profiling, assessment and how those tools can be used for good even if they are often regarded as evil. The guys then discuss the potential for another Covid outbreak.

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#1289 It Would Be Problematic

June 21, 2020

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show harkening back to their favorite 1970s TV Show ‘Love Boat’ before they turn the conversation toward the current state of Covid and the media coverage surrounding it. Later the guys go to the phones and speak with a caller with questions about some of Jimmy Kimmel’s political stances and what they mean for the business he’s in and they discuss the recent news that Jimmy will host the 2020 Emmys.

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#1288 White Privilege Hotline

June 17, 2020

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show by going straight to the phones and speaking with a caller whose mother is experiencing manic episodes and is looking for advice. They also speak to a caller who thinks he has found an Adam doppelganger in cinema and review a recent speech that Rep. Ilhan Omar gave regarding the Minneapolis Police Department. They also discuss the befuddling state of the area in which they live and work, specifically highlighting the onramps nearest to the studio and their constant state of construction without ever reaching completion.

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