Over the years, Dr. Drew has become “America’s Doctor.” He has long been a celebrity in the talk-show-doc world and has traditionally chimed in on the health and well-being of our beloved stars. He’s hosted a number of self-help talk shows over the years, most famously Loveline(1984-2016). He’s had a few different VH1 “rehab” shows over the years and hosted a short-lived talk show, Lifechangers, on the CW for one season.
His attempts to break into the younger demographic were met with minimal success—until he signed on to host the Teen Mom Check Ups all the way back in 2009. Since then, he’s been the go-to guy for getting the Teen Moms to open up on air and has talked them through the ups and downs of motherhood.
Tell us, Doc!
When the fight broke out on stage in October, Dr. Drew kicked into high-gear, trying to break up the altercation in a non-violent way, but you could tell that he was frustrated with the way that the situation escalated. After everything settled down, Dr. Drew sat back down and continued his interview with Farrah without offering his own take on the situation—which, if you’re like me, you were desperate to hear.
Thankfully, Dr. Drew always makes his way back into the public eye and he let us know how he really felt about it all this week on his podcast, The Adam and Dr. Drew Show. Egged on by his co-host, comedian Adam Carolla, Dr. Drew gave his honest opinion of the Teen Mom girls and what happened in October.