10 Apr TMZ’s Derek Kaufman, ‘Coach Tony Bennett’, and Jordan Harbinger
At the top of the show, Adam provides some clarity on one of the rowdy audience members Adam dealt with the last time he performed at Cobb’s Comedy Club. The guys then look at a NASCAR car with Dolly Parton livery, and Adam shares a creepy Conway Twitty song. Up next, the guys discuss making good for a fan who contributed to ‘Road Hard’, and Adam shares the latest instance of his crystal brain in regards to airplane travel. Jordan Harbinger then calls in to talk about the problems with constant positivity, and how to harness envy to drive us to do better. Up next, ‘Coach Tony Bennett’ calls in to talk about the March Madness Finals.
TMZ’s Derek Kaufman is in studio next, and Adam asks him about his Harvard and Yale educated attorney background, and how he took a left turn to work for TMZ. They also discuss personal momentum, working for Harvey Levin, and the death of comedian Brody Stevens. Gina then begins the news talking about Felicity Huffman pleading guilty in the college admissions scandal. They also talk about Alison Mack pleading guilty in the NXIVM sex slave scandal that broke last year, and watch clips from the passenger who was dramatically dragged off a United flight last year. Another news story involves Rolling Stone’s bassist Bill Wyman in trouble after reports of an inappropriate relationship in the 80s have resurfaced. As the show wraps up, the guys talk about an upcoming Ronnie James Dio hologram tour.
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