Even the wealthy and world-famous have to downsize sometimes—and comedian Adam Carolla was no exception to the sting of the economy. After CBS Radio suffered a budget cut and forced him to cancel his self-titled broadcast, he took his rowdy rants back to his home office and set up shop in front of the computer. This new low-budget show became iTunes top-rated podcast and now gets more than five million downloads a month. This week, Carolla does a live taping from the Brea Improv, where he answers questions straight from the audience to delight and offend with his brash humor.
Thu., Nov. 15, 8 p.m., 2012