Dr. Bruce is still filling in for Drew as he enjoys his second vacation, this episode features some serious clashing between Adam and Bruce, with many callers blaming Bruce for contradicting the standard Dr. Drew opinion on children who run away from home. Hilarious recap of Adam’s attempt to leave tickets for Dr. Bruce at the box office for the motocross event. Interesting discussion regarding the doctors of LoveLine and revealing their last names. Gay caller Brian returns along with new caller Tony. 99.9% complete the show starts a few seconds in progress.
Dr. Bruce is still filling in for Drew as he enjoys his second vacation, this episode features the infamous call from “the polish woman” and Adam retells the story of the time his car broke down on the way to LoveLine and he had to be driven to the studio by some possibly unsavory characters.
Source – KNRK CD Recording (2001) with a Lost Tape (2019) Patch
The beginning of week 2 of 2001, Dr. Bruce is still filling in for Drew as he enjoys his second vacation, Adam is on fire taking calls by himself as Dr. Bruce is running late, a Mormon guy with OCD calls in and Anderson uses a caller’s own singing against her, hilarious one of a kind episode.
Source – Debbi and Chris Tape (2019) with a KNRK CD Recording (2000) Patch
Closing out the first week of 2001 with Dr. Bruce filling for Dr. Drew as he takes his 2nd vacation skiing with his family while Adam holds down the fort. This episode is a fan favorite and includes a drop origin along with the possible origin of the title “Dr. Spaz.”
Source – Debbie and Chris Tape (2019) with a KNRK CD Recording (2000) Patch
This episode features Shawnee Smith making her CLL debut, she has solid chemistry with the boys and it makes for what many fans consider one of the all time greatest episodes. Tons of excellent calls, hilarious and fun episode, Sleeper Classic indeed!
From Wiki: Shawnee Rebecca Smith (born July 3, 1969) is an American actress and singer. She is known for her portrayal of Amanda Young in the Saw films (2004–2010) and for starring as Linda in the CBS sitcom Becker (1998–2004). She co-starred as Jennifer Goodson, the ex-wife of Charlie Goodson (Charlie Sheen), on the FX sitcom Anger Management (2012–2014).