Mallory and Adam take the subway. Mallory says that she wants to leave Paris knowing that she had people who were "on the same boat." Huh? Adam interviews that Mallory is really understanding, and that he loves hearing her voice. Remember when Adam was in love with Mallory? That seems so long ago. Adam reveals that his father left his mother. Mallory interviews that Adam is going through some pain. Adam says that his family was always tight-knit, so this is really weird. So he wrote a song about it. Oh, please don't sing it on camera. Please. Adam says that writing the song helped him out. Adam interviews that once he put his feelings on paper, he stopped feeling bad, and it gave him a record of his feelings to show someone else later.
Back at the house, Adam takes Mallory out back and sings the song for her. The first part is a total ripoff of that song that goes, "First step, ask her out and treat her like a lady. Second step, tell her she's the one you're dreaming of. Third step, take her in your arms and never let her go." And then he starts rapping about his family. Poor Mallory. She has to stand there and avoid cracking up. In a confessional, Adam says that even though his father may have been a bad husband, he was a good father.