DiscoverThe Adam and Dr. Drew ShowOld TV Show Themes, Silly Kid Songs, We Don't Respect Old People (The Adam and Dr. Drew Show Classics)
Old TV Show Themes, Silly Kid Songs, We Don't Respect Old People (The Adam and Dr. Drew Show Classics)

Old TV Show Themes, Silly Kid Songs, We Don't Respect Old People (The Adam and Dr. Drew Show Classics)

Update: 2024-06-15
Share

Digest

This episode of the Adam and Dr. Drew Show Classics begins with a discussion about the changes in TV shows over time, specifically focusing on the show 'Three's Company'. Adam and Drew discuss how the show's humor shifted from slapstick to more family-oriented content. They also touch upon the current state of critical thinking and how people seem to struggle with it, especially when it comes to race and social issues. The conversation then shifts to a discussion about appreciation and gratitude. Adam shares a personal anecdote about fixing a mirror for his daughter and how he feels that appreciation is in short supply, particularly among younger generations. He reflects on his own childhood and how he always had a desire to tinker and create things, but lacked the resources and guidance to do so. He contrasts this with his own parenting style, where he encourages his children to develop skills and be resourceful. The episode concludes with Adam and Drew discussing the importance of finding work and doing it, rather than waiting for inspiration.

Outlines

00:00:00
The Evolution of TV Shows

This Chapter discusses the changes in TV shows over time, specifically focusing on the show 'Three's Company'. Adam and Drew discuss how the show's humor shifted from slapstick to more family-oriented content. They also touch upon the current state of critical thinking and how people seem to struggle with it, especially when it comes to race and social issues.

00:12:53
Appreciation and Gratitude

This Chapter focuses on a discussion about appreciation and gratitude. Adam shares a personal anecdote about fixing a mirror for his daughter and how he feels that appreciation is in short supply, particularly among younger generations. He reflects on his own childhood and how he always had a desire to tinker and create things, but lacked the resources and guidance to do so. He contrasts this with his own parenting style, where he encourages his children to develop skills and be resourceful.

00:24:46
Finding Work and Doing It

This Chapter concludes with Adam and Drew discussing the importance of finding work and doing it, rather than waiting for inspiration.

Keywords

Three's Company
Three's Company is an American sitcom that aired from 1976 to 1984. The show follows the lives of three roommates: Jack Tripper, a single man, and two women, Janet Wood and Chrissy Snow. The show was known for its slapstick humor and its exploration of social issues, such as gender roles and relationships.

Critical Thinking
Critical thinking is the ability to analyze information objectively and make reasoned judgments. It involves identifying assumptions, evaluating evidence, and considering different perspectives. Critical thinking skills are essential for effective problem-solving, decision-making, and communication.

Appreciation
Appreciation is a feeling of gratitude or pleasure for something. It can be expressed through words, actions, or simply by acknowledging the value of something. Appreciation is an important part of human relationships and can contribute to a sense of well-being.

Millennials
Millennials are the generation born between 1981 and 1996. They are often characterized as being tech-savvy, entrepreneurial, and socially conscious. Millennials are the largest generation in U.S. history and are having a significant impact on culture, politics, and the economy.

Resourcefulness
Resourcefulness is the ability to find creative solutions to problems using available resources. It involves being adaptable, resourceful, and able to think outside the box. Resourcefulness is a valuable skill in many areas of life, from personal relationships to professional careers.

Muse
A muse is a source of inspiration, especially in the arts. It can be a person, a place, an idea, or an emotion. Muses can inspire artists to create great works of art, literature, music, and more.

John Ritter
John Ritter was an American actor best known for his role as Jack Tripper in the sitcom 'Three's Company'. He was a popular and beloved figure in Hollywood and won numerous awards for his work. Ritter died in 2003 at the age of 54.

Howard Stern
Howard Stern is an American radio personality, television personality, and author. He is known for his controversial and often offensive style of broadcasting. Stern has been a major figure in radio for over 30 years and has a large and devoted following.

Podcast One
Podcast One is a podcast network that hosts a variety of podcasts across different genres, including comedy, news, sports, and true crime. The network is owned by LiveXLive Media, Inc. and is one of the largest podcast networks in the world.

Gavin Newsome
Gavin Newsom is an American politician who has served as the 40th Governor of California since 2019. He previously served as the 49th Mayor of San Francisco from 2004 to 2011. Newsom is a member of the Democratic Party and is considered to be a progressive.

Q&A

  • What changes did the show 'Three's Company' undergo over time?

    The show's humor shifted from slapstick to more family-oriented content. The original opening featured John Ritter doing a pratfall, while later openings were more traditional and family-friendly.

  • What is Adam's perspective on the current state of critical thinking?

    Adam believes that people are struggling with critical thinking skills, especially when it comes to race and social issues. He feels that people are quick to jump to conclusions and make judgments without considering all the facts.

  • What does Adam believe is in short supply in modern society?

    Adam believes that appreciation and gratitude are in short supply, particularly among younger generations. He feels that people are not as appreciative of the things that have been done for them.

  • How does Adam's childhood experience influence his parenting style?

    Adam's childhood experience of wanting to tinker and create things, but lacking the resources and guidance, has influenced his parenting style. He encourages his children to develop skills and be resourceful, providing them with the tools and support they need to succeed.

  • What is the importance of finding work and doing it, rather than waiting for inspiration?

    Adam and Drew believe that there is something pure and valuable in finding work and doing it, rather than waiting for inspiration. They feel that this approach can help people to prioritize their goals and achieve their dreams.

Show Notes

In this episode, Adam and Dr. Drew discuss great TV show opens, they sing silly kid songs and they wonder why old people don't get the respect they deserve anymore!
Comments 
loading
00:00
00:00
x

0.5x

0.8x

1.0x

1.25x

1.5x

2.0x

3.0x

Sleep Timer

Off

End of Episode

5 Minutes

10 Minutes

15 Minutes

30 Minutes

45 Minutes

60 Minutes

120 Minutes

Old TV Show Themes, Silly Kid Songs, We Don't Respect Old People (The Adam and Dr. Drew Show Classics)

Old TV Show Themes, Silly Kid Songs, We Don't Respect Old People (The Adam and Dr. Drew Show Classics)

Dr. Drew Pinsky and Adam Carolla