Adam and J.D. open up the show discussing J.D.'s desire to be in front of the camera at a very young age, and how he and Sarah Jessica Parker first met. Adam then chats with J.D. about going from USC to the cover of Teen Beat Magazine with the hit show Wonderama. Adam and J.D. then talk work and how it's the only thing that anyone ever pays attention to. It doesn't matter how big of a genius you are or how creative you are, people pay attention to those that work. They then chat about JD's mantra "Do what you need to before the things you want to do." J.D. brings up the notion that luck has a volume. Meaning, the harder you work, the louder luck is. When you're not working luck walks quietly past. They wrap the show by discussing the notion of not being a necessity at work, and why being an option is the worst position you can be in in an employer's eyes.