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Thursday, May 23, 2002
GUEST: Mo Collins • HOST: Adam, Dr. Drew
Show Summary From the TV show MADtv
3.81 (15 votes)
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Length: 1:35:00
Size: 43 MB
Rates: 64 kbps / 44.100 kHz / mono
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Uploaded By: unclepenny on September 2, 2009
Views: 5,692
Downloads: 228
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Comments (7)
Tuesday, 12/6/2016 at 5:16 PM EST
Actually really good episode. Mo is real likable with a fair bit of dumbass callers.
Sunday, 12/22/2013 at 5:56 PM EST
Weird energy night with the callers.
Sunday, 6/2/2013 at 10:17 PM EDT
@aceovereasy, I'm a doctor who's listened to pretty much every Loveline from 1999-2002 over the last year (I listened once a week or so in high school/undergrad) and Dr. Drew, in my opinion, never has said anything untrue about any psych meds. He definitely did point out the sex drive point w/ Wellbutrin, but I personally felt that w/ the patient population that listened to Loveline that it was great he pointed out the options that tended to avoid some of the AE's that limit the amount of people willing to take the drug. I also remember him going into Wellbutrin's sleep disturbance problems a few times and the fact that it should be avoided in seizure patients as well. As for Paxil, maybe I'm missing something but to me it seemed that Drew wasn't a huge fan of any SSRI, and often pointed out weight gain with Paxil over the other SSRI's. Just my 2 cents. Also, my other 5 cents, I always found it funny how brilliant he is when it comes to rare diseases and conditions but then seems to be confused or inaccurate sometimes when it comes to the simplest diagnoses. It's like he's too smart for his own good.
Wednesday, 5/1/2013 at 10:21 PM EDT
paid, I'm the stupid one cuz I work, shoulda went to college and learned how to rape the system...
Thursday, 11/1/2012 at 2:28 AM EDT
@aceovereasy
wow!
Wednesday, 10/24/2012 at 4:34 AM EDT
Fascinating. At 1:17, a philosophy professor calls out Drew for recommending Paxil over other drugs. Drew seems to be made uneasy for a moment by the question. What's fascinating is Drew is now under investigation for taking money from the maker of Paxil, and promoting their drug wellbutrin in circumstances where it was not clear he was acting as a paid advocage. The Feds need to listen to this!
http://www.forbes.com/sites/matthewherper/2012/07/02/feds-say-dr-drew-was-paid-by-glaxo-to-talk-up-antidepressant/
Monday, 12/26/2011 at 11:12 AM EST
Adam starts off the show talking about the weird energy he felt on the road while driving in. Drew agrees, saying that it is because of the full moon that night. The full moon weirdness seems to spread to callers, as one after the next either swears or has noise in the background. Finally after the 9th call of this, Adam goes on a rant and yells at the phone screeners. The very next call sounds like there is a party going on in the background and Mo cracks up.
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