#018: Jill Latiano and Glenn Howerton



Drew is joined by actress and mother Jill Latiano and they also take a call from Jill’s husband, Glenn Howerton from ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’. Drew and Jill then discuss the tragic loss of their mutual friend Adam ‘DJ AM’ Goldstein and take calls on drug addiction and large phalluses.


Follow Jill on Twitter @Jill_Latiano and follow Glenn @Glenn_Howerton

Producers: Chris Laxamana and Gary Smith



  1. Hugh

    February 22, 2013 at 5:17 am

    Loving the show Drew.

    Just wanted to say that your shows help me to understand the anxiety I always feel, and help me to feel more normal.

    Anyone who questions your integrity or intentions is just plain wrong.

    Thank you

  2. Jennifer

    February 25, 2013 at 2:57 pm

    Hi Dr Drew-

    I LOVE your podcast!!!! I have my undergraduate degree in psychology and find your podcast to be informative and thought provoking. Can you do an episode centered around mental illness’ and culture, which predispose someone to these acts of violence that have been occurring? Moreover, let’s discuss what we as a society can do to recognize and address these issues before they evolve into tragedy.
    Once again, I love the podcast and keep up the good work!

  3. chelsea

    February 28, 2013 at 8:04 am

    Great show! I LOVE Sunny! I enjoyed hearing Glenn & Jill’s story- I was cracking up with Drew at Glenn’s AWESOME “move” when he dumped her..and she IS smoking hot, its not a question of how others see her Glenn! You’d have to be blind to think otherwise…. Dr Drew, thanks for these shows, I can’t get enough and I am often times getting emotional because I myself am recovering addict with perhaps I am beginning to realize thanks to YOU, some trauma that I wouldn’t have known to deal with or describe as trauma…maybe that is part of why my addiction has been active despite numerous attempts to get sober…I am a “functioning” addict but I wonder for how long? I will keep listening as it gives me a strong desire to cut ALL the shit and do what you recommend to these people. You are so patient-they don’t listen!! It is frustrating–some of us ARE listening I wanted you to know that. thanks you for the work you do and the difference you are making, sir!!

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