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Adam is joined by Lisa Lampanelli from Carolines on Broadway in New York for a live podcast. Adam opens the show telling Lisa and the crowd about his recent trip to Huffington Post Live and a new disease he learned about while there. They also discuss how white people seem to be much easier to offend than other races and how we as a society seem to have started going nuts with how much we say goodbye to each other. Later, they take some audience questions in a round of ‘Q and Ace.’
Adam is joined by Artie Lange for a live podcast from Carolines on Broadway in New York City. After a recap of Adam’s trip to Indy 500 with his son, Artie and Adam take some audience questions in a round of ‘Q and Ace.’
Mike Lynch sits down one-on-one with Adam for a special podcast dedicated to the release of ‘Daddy Stop Talking’. Together, the guys discuss how the new book was written, and later, hear an exclusive full chapter of the new audiobook.
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.