Average Joe

Season 3 Episode 5

Adam Returns Finale (2)

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Aired Unknown Apr 05, 2004 on NBC
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Adam Returns Finale (2)
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Adam first brought Samantha to his parent's home in New Jersey. Adam said that Samantha and his mom were a lot alike. He said that they both have upbeat personalities. He predicted that the two would hit it off. He couldn't have been more wrong. In an interview, Adam's mom said that Samantha is beautiful, but then added that, "You never know with somebody, if they're real or not. That's always the question I have in my mind." Adam's mom questioned Samantha's motives and fired probing questions at her. In fact, Adam stepped in at one point and asked his mom to "be normal." And while Adam's dad wasn't as direct, he did pull Adam aside and question whether Samantha was right for him. That night, Adam and Samantha spent the evening aboard a luxury yacht in New York harbor, watching the sun set over Manhattan. Adam told Samantha, "I can't stop kissing you." And in an interview, Samantha said, "I don't think that Adam could have the physical chemistry he has with me with Rachel." But her confidence wasn't complete because Samantha brought up Rachel. Adam wouldn't come right out and say who he thought he'd pick, but it seemed pretty clear. In an interview, he even said that he was looking for someone to sweep him off of his feet and Samantha did that. (more detailed recap is available)moreless

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