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This week’s topics – Summer Beer Ads, My Plan for Less Lawyers, Revenge Porn, Cul-de-Sacs and Dead Ends, and Religion on the Decline.
Nate Adams, producer of Road Hard and Winning: The Racing Life of Paul Newman, joins Adam for this episode of Take a Knee. Adam starts the show talking about Nate growing up in Montana and being on the wrestling team. Nate talks about the tragedy of losing two of his brothers at a young age, and how the fallout from those events led him into becoming a troubled youth. Then he gets into his college days, and how afraid people were of him in theater class, which eventually led him to take a more inward look at himself and turn his life around. After that, Nate found out he was much better at writing than he was at acting, which eventually led to his decision to move out to LA to pursue a career in the entertainment business. After explaining some of his initial jobs and projects, Nate gets into what it takes to build a project from scratch. Before they wrap, Nate and Adam talk about their Paul Newman documentary.
R. Lee Ermey chats with Adam about his military record, how he got involved with Full Metal Jacket, and his experiences opening a brothel in Japan. The guys also play the very first round of Lord of the Jungle.
Nick Offerman calls in to chat about his woodworking shop, upcoming performance with his wife, and some influential troublemakers. Plus, Duff McKagan talks about writing his new book and performing around the world. Later, Matt Atchity hosts a George Clooney-themed round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game.
David Wild is in studio for a podcast about police inaction during high speed chases, baggage handlers who smuggled marijuana throughout the country, and Adam’s greatest tech moment. Plus, Bald Bryan reviews ‘Mad Max’, and the gang plays an all-new game: Namedropper