Adam: Well, first of all, I don't think of myself as famous. I've spent time around people that are dealing with what I would call real fame--you know, sort of uncut, undiluted fame--and that's a whole other animal. What I have dealt with in varying degrees is a level of recognizability from being on television. That has had peaks and valleys for me. I guess, in a weird way, I grew up around my father's notoriety and was sort of used to the idea that it doesn't really mean anything about who you are. It's really a byproduct of something. But I'm thankful that with whatever objectivity I can muster, I don't feel like I bought into all of that too much.