Adam Carolla has made a name with his bitter but hilarious rants on politics, people, and pop-culture. In this episode of Live at the 92nd Street Y, Carolla talks with Will Dana about his career and the media. Carolla is, as always, a hilarious guest. Will Dana also proves to be entertaining and the two men act as a kind of comedic duo. But don't be fooled, this recording is more than just simple jokes. Carolla has deeper concerns about love, life, and the art of comedy.
Adam Carolla’s signature “rage” bits have become an integral part of his act, most recently as a recurring segment (“This Week in Rage”) on CBS Radio’s morning talk program The Adam Carolla Show. He is known as the co-host of the radio television show Loveline, co-creator and co-host of Comedy Central’s The Man Show, co-creator and the performer on Comedy Central and MTV’s Crank Yankers and former contestant on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars. He is the author of In Fifty Years We’ll All Be Chicks… And Other Complaints from an Angry Middle-Aged White Guy.
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I love Adam Carolla and saw this and purchased .. but it was more of an interview and the quality was really not that good you had audience questions that you really could not hear.. This is not a book and I felt mislead.
yes but will buy carefully
Audible should clearly highlight this is not a book
If you like Adam Carolla "the person," as well as Adam Carolla "the performer," you"ll really enjoy this interview. It very entertainingly answers the question, "What makes Adam tick?" Well worth the modest price.
I really like Adam, but feel mislead on this one. I hope he will write more books. This was just an interview .
Fifty Shades of Gray 3
NOT TOCA BELL MATERIAL would make a good movie. I think all of us knew guys like him in high school. He is so-o-o-o authentic!!
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