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Gayest Episode Ever

Drew Mackie & Glen Lakin / TableCakes Productions

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Back in the day, a major sitcom doing a gay episode was a big deal. A proper gay episode would get headlines, but it would get the attention of two young guys who were still figuring things out — sexuality-wise and culture-wise. Gayest Episode Ever has screenwriter Glen Lakin and stay-at-home journalist Drew Mackie going through the great and not-so-great gay episodes of sitcoms past.
 
Adam Carolla & Dr. Drew Pinsky reunite the partnership that made Loveline a wild success and cultural touchstone. In each episode Adam and Drew take uncensored, nothing-off-limits, calls about sex, drug, medical and relationship issues. Dr. Drew brings the medicine while Adam's comedy and rants are the spoonful of sugar to make it go down.
 
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Narcisistas

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Buckle Up for some bull s**t. Hello and welcome to the gayest hour of your week! We see you, sitting there wondering why two flawless narcissists think they should be talking into a microphone at you every week? First of all, thank you! And we are SO glad you asked! We met our Junior year of High School and have been sistas ever since. The only thing we care about more than ourselves is each other and BEYONCÉ. Every week hear us talk about a lot of wild s**t we know nothing about all in a ha ...
 
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“A Fine Friendship” (February 6, 1995) One hundred episodes later, we return to The Nanny to find out what happens when Fran Fine mistakes a straight guy for a gay guy. This episode essnetially works as an inverse to the first Nanny episode we covered, right down to Fran being horrified by a gay-seeming person being straight rather than delighted b…
 
Adam opens the show telling Dr. Drew about a film he recently experienced from 2004 featuring one Dr. Drew, 'New York Minute'. They also discuss a recent controversy involving author James Patterson who ended up in hot water for suggesting discrimination against white writes and they analyze his 'apology' tweet and disagree a bit on how they interp…
 
Adam and Dr. Drew pick up where they left off on the last show discussing the so-called 'whipping' of Hatian migrants and how it was covered by the media in the immediate aftermath. They also speak to a caller who is looking for clarification on how do tell the difference between addiction and dependancy when it comes to both marijuana and pornogra…
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the recent news that the Covid vaccines have been approved for toddlers leading Adam to a rant on crate training as well as highlighting one of his recent tweets on the subject. They also discuss the monkeypox media phenomenon as Dr. Drew attempts to bring sanity to the subject. Adam also brings up the sto…
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing recent comments made surrounding the disinformation czar. They also speak to a wide variety of callers and review some comments made recently by Missouri Senator Josh Hawley suggesting that he was provided information that the government's new 'misinformation department' was seeking to work with social med…
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the new 'misinformation czar' and the necessity of such a position. They also explore the ways in which such an office can be used as a weapon to control a citizenry. Drew also discusses Adam's recent birthday party where the topic of Covid came up and Drew found himself in some uncomfortable conversations…
 
“Halloween” (October 30, 1996) Considering that every other major Must See TV sitcom did at least one gay episode, it’s surprising that NewsRadio didn’t — especially when you consider the fact that its lead actor, Dave Foley, jumped straight to NBC from Kids in the Hall, which experimented with gender and sexuality a lot more freely. This episode w…
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the somewhat insane traffic in Los Angeles with the conversation quickly evolving to discuss the city's new heat czar and Gavin Newsom's thoughts on the subject as well. They also discuss the insane gas prices and recent comments made by President Biden on the topic. Later they turn to the phones and speak…
 
Adam laments to Drew on the failures of thick crust pizza and why there is no reason not to get thin crust. A caller asks Adam about his appearance on the Steve Hilton Show a couple of years ago. Adam remembers how smokers were slowly pushed out in small steps that eventually led to just smoking outside on the streets. A caller asks about the best …
 
Still out in Middle East, Drew describes the view from his hotel where he can see Israel, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt in the distance. Adam explains his theory as to why there are so many 3/4 finished structures in Mexico and the idea of Adam Schiff going on a show where he could get called out. They take a call from a man traveling through Spain who s…
 
“Game Night” (December 12, 2017) Right off the top of the bat, we need to admit that yes, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a show about cops. There’s no getting around that. We try our best to discuss how to weight its copaganda status against every other aspect of the show, and while we’re not going to try to sell anyone on this show, we will say that dismis…
 
Once again joining the show remotely from an undisclosed location in the Middle East, Drew calls in to talk to Adam about being in COVID quarantine for 5 days. They remember their terrible flight experience when they went to North Carolina to film Dawson's Creek and the time a listener didn't pick Adam up to take him to the airport. Adam talks abou…
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show reading the long promised and thoroughly insane LA Times op-ed that was released shortly after the tragic school shooting in Parkland Florida. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller from Nashville who wants to discuss how his city dealt with homelessness as juxtaposed against how LA does it. They also spe…
 
“A Fish Called Selma” (March 24, 1996) In this episode, The Simpsons send up the glass closets of Hollywood and what some actors are willing to do to pass for “normal.” Troy McClure explicitly says he’s not gay, but the way the industry treats him for not fitting the leading man mold and what he does to find success anyway parallels what a lot of g…
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show continuing to talk about Drew's trip to the Middle East and his experiences interacting with the locals. They also continue their discussion about CNN and their pick and choose reporting, specifically citing the story they didn't report on where the border patrol agents accused of 'whipping' migrants were cleared of …
 
Drew joins the show remotely via zoom from an undisclosed location in the Middle East. They discuss his experience traveling and the plane he got to fly on where you don't turn left, for an awesome reason. The conversation then turns to the covid protocols in place while Drew was traveling and some new data finally coming out regarding Covid. Adam …
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the disappearance of in-flight mask mandates, what the "big deal" really is, and Jay Bhattacharya. They then go on to discuss some of the insanity that went on during Covid and in some places still going on, and review a video of actress Patti LuPone freaking out on an audience member over masks.Plus, Adam…
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show picking up right where we left off last episode, reviewing some of Christopher Lowell's glorious late 90s TV show. Adam also shares with Dr. Drew a short video of former Adam Carolla Show guest Dr. Andrew Huberman discussing the benefits of cold water exposure. They then turn to the phones and speak with a caller who…
 
“Janet(s)” (December 6, 2018) Spoiler warning: We totally spoil The Good Place, so if you have not seen it and want to go in fresh, go do that! It seems weird that The Good Place was a show on a broadcast network at all, much less one that ran for four seasons and gave viewers so much to think about. Perhaps one of the more surprising aspects was D…
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing some of the things they are experiencing with their bodies as the age with Drew marveling at what he's been able to do and Adam explaining some issues he's been having with his hands. The conversation then turns to the seas as the guys talk about the latest episode of The Love Boat that Adam watched. Adam …
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show by playing back a clip of this show from March 2020 as they attempt to examine the things they were pointing out then that still havent been addressed over two years later. Adam also tells Drew about his fond memories of the rare road trip to Big Sur with his grandmother and the experiences that went along with those…
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the coffee mug that Adam chose to use today which features a quote from the great Jules Dash, they discuss the phenomenon that led to her inception, and finding an alternate way into film festivals. Plus, a deep dive into impact drivers, manual shift cars, and they take your calls.Please Support Our Sponso…
 
It’s our 150th episode, and we’ve decided to celebrate this milestone with something different: a hot takes episode, where we share our pop culture hot takes and we also share hot takes submitted from our listeners. Disclaimer: we cannot guarantee that you will find all takes equally hot, nor can we guarantee that you will find this episode to be s…
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the recent trouble that Adam got into with his YouTube account being suspended over comments made about Covid. They explore the fact that while YouTube's standard is to match the WHO hardline and examine the times that the WHO has been wrong or moved the goalposts on what they consider to be fact at the ti…
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing a time during loveline when birth control pills were gaining prominence and the conversations they were having with advocates who were against the use of these pills. They use those conversations as a way of looking at the potential for a reversal of Roe vs. Wade with Drew cautioning that the conversation …
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the 'good old school dumb' and how it compares to the 'new dumb' that we are experiencing in 2022. Adam goes on to explain how those who went though the college system have gone into governmental service and are not aware that their views are informed by what they were emparted in their college environment…
 
“A Real Guy’s Guy” (October 25,1991) Hear us out here: Coach is a good sitcom even if you don’t like football. In fact, Drew likes Coach even though he actively despises football. This fourth-season episode has Craig T. Nelson’s character reacting to news that one of his players is gay, and it’s actually pretty flawless in terms of what a gay episo…
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show talking about the ongoing lockdowns in China and the insane notion that our initial response to Covid was to follow the exact policies of a communist nation. This leads to an animated rant from Adam about those who may have had the audacity to question portions of those mandates. They also discuss the impending droug…
 
Adam opens the show discussing a recent walk he took through his neighborhood with his dog Phil who loves to flop out on stranger's lawns only to have the homeowner come home to find this confusing situation. Adam and Drew also try to drill down on why the areas that they live in are nice, clean and friendly neighborhoods to live in. They also disc…
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing Drew's recent appearance on Bill Maher's new 'Club Random' podcast and Adam's recent dinner with conservative commentator Ami Horowitz. Adam recounts his conversation with Ami about the viral video that shows Joe Biden becoming confused on a stage or shaking hands with a ghost, depending on your political …
 
“And Baby Makes Four” (November 3, 2003) Before she was the literal mom on Blackish, Tracee Ellis Ross was the glue holding the figurative family together for eight seasons on Girlfriends. Drew and Glen are joined by Jennifer Eden to discuss why Ross is maybe one of the better examples of showbiz royalty and why this episode of TV is unique in offe…
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the hysteria around Covid and how it has carried over through to today. They also watch a new campaign video released by Gavin Newsom and proceed to become very frustrated with it's contents. They also speak with a caller who has thoughts on how our leaders may have used the pandemic to solidify and increa…
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show with a discussion about Drew's mother's distaste for him and Adam recounts the similar distaste that his mother had, if not for him at least for everything he was interested in. They also explore Electra Woman and Dyna Girl as they do a deep dive into one of Sid & Marty Kroft's more obscure offerings. Thanks For Supp…
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open up the show talking about Elon Musk's bid to purchase Twitter and some video that has been flying around the internet purported to show MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski accusing Elon Musk of censorship when in reality it is an older clip of her talking about then President Trump. They then turn to the phones and speak with a caller wh…
 
“#001” (September 20, 1982) Look, Madame’s Place wasn’t a good sitcom, but it was the gayest puppet-focused sitcom and also a contender for one of the first gay sitcoms, on account of its draggy sensibility and the fact that the man behind Madame was one of the first openly gay entertainers. Drew and Glen discuss how weird this show is, including t…
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing Drew's recent and impending travel and the insanity that is the federal mask mandate for airplanes being extended despite the data. Drew also circles back to the French take on 'woke' as he searches for any kind of sanity in the world we are living in. They also turn to the phone and speak with a caller wh…
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show paying off a tease from our last show where Drew claimed to have pushed back against a school board member who was announcing school closures in March of 2020. Once Adam stops screaming about the buffoonery of the LA School Board & Teachers Union the conversation turns to phones as they speak to a caller who suffers …
 
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing Adam's recent interview with neuroscientist Andrew Huberman. They also discuss a recent guest that Drew had on his show who went through a heart transplant as a somewhat young man and discuss the need to find and listen to good sources while being careful to look out for narratives. They also take a trip d…
 
“Betrayal” (September 13, 1989) You might classify Just the Ten of Us with rest of the TGIF also-rans, but trust us: this show was better — funnier, edgier and with two actual, explicit gay jokes that ran on the same night as Urkel, to say nothing of the fact that its four sexy teenage daughters gave little gay boys a favorite no matter what kind o…
 
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