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Show Summary

[singlepic id=8289 w=150 float=right] At the top of the show, Adam welcomes author Peter Rader to the studio. He and Peter go way back, as Peter’s wife directed episodes of The Adam Carolla Project. Adam talks with Peter about how he got involved with writing Mike Wallace’s biography, and the guys look back on Mike’s exciting life. Peter also talks about a new documentary he’s working on with his wife, and Adam rants about People Magazine and constantly having his last name misspelled. [singlepic id=8291 w=150 float=left] Alison opens the news by reading through Forbes list of most powerful celebrities. Also in the news, according to the FBI, women are pulling off 1 in 10 bank heists; almost double the rate from a decade ago. Adam rants about some of Queen Latifah’s films, and then talks with Peter about writing the script for Waterworld. Later they talk about restaurants with self-serve beer taps, and Adam recalls his poorer days of splitting the bill with his friends. [singlepic id=8295 w=150 float=right] Linda Ramone enters the studio next, and talks with Adam and the gang about Johnny Ramone, revealing some interesting facts you may not have known. She also talks about dating Johnny’s bandmate, Joey, and the guys discuss how ridiculous it is that The Ramones never had a radio hit. Alison then returns to the news with a story about mini-horses. As the show wraps up, Adam rants about dog phobias and recalls an old 70s show called ‘Run, Joe, Run.’

Links

Click through our Amazon link to purchase Peter’s book. You can also purchase Johnny Ramone’s autobiography by doing the same thing.

Videos

Run, Joe, Run [youtube url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FM3Z2NEowo" autohide="1" showinfo="0"]

Show Credits

Producer: Mike Lynch Producer: Mike Dawson Audio/Voice Over/Post-Production: Mike Dawson Newsgirl: Alison Rosen Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop Associate Producer: Gary Smith Technical Director: Chris Laxamana Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

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