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Adrian Lee is the daughter of Ruben and Cindy Enriquez (who were teenage parents themselves), best friend of Grace Bowman, who she shared a kiss with, former wife of Ben Boykewich, wife of Omar,[1] ex-girlfriend of Ricky Underwood, Antonio, and Max. Adrian and Ben had a one-night stand in The Rhythm of Life which resulted in Adrian getting pregnant because Ben's condom broke and she forgot that she had not been taking her birth control pills long enough for them to be effective.
Adrian's decision to keep the baby has received a lot of positive support from her father, and even Amy who had called her to let her know that she is giving Adrian the same offer she once gave her to be friends because Amy Juergens said that one day, their kids might even play together.
In the episode Good Girls and Boys, Ricky breaks up with her due to the fact that she slept with Ben.
In the episode I Got You Babe, Adrian fears she may be pregnant due to the fact that she changed birth control around the time she slept with Ben and his condom broke. During the Season 2 finale Ben There, Done That, Adrian tells Ben she may be pregnant from their encounter and they go into Ben's bathroom so she can take a pregnancy test.
In the season three premiere, Adrian tells Ben she's not pregnant and she got her period, but Ben (after being convinced by Henry and Alice) thinks that shes lying.
Adrian's dad doesn't know about her pregnancy, but Adrian wants to tell her mom when she comes back. After Amy finds out from Ben that Adrian is pregnant with his child, she offers her friendship to Adrian and Adrian accepts.
In Rules of Engagement, the end shows Ben and Adrian kiss after he tells her that he wants her to keep the friendship ring he gave her. In "Who Do You Trust," Adrian begins her senior year of high school, pregnant and happy to be back.
They both tell Grace and Jack that Adrian is twenty weeks into her pregnancy and that they get to find out the sex of the baby. Ben says that he'll be there for Adrian, and at the very end of the episode, he takes Adrian home, where Adrian's parents are pacing around the kitchen, trying to predict what the baby will be.
Ben tells Leo that he wants to propose to Adrian and Leo convinces Ben to talk to Adrian's parents about it first. In Young at Heart, Grace accompanies Adrian to a wedding dress shop where it is revealed to Grace that Adrian and Ben have been having sex regularly. After Amy rudely tells Adrian that she has no idea what it's like to be a teenage mother, Adrian reveals to Amy that her mother and father were teenage parents.
At the end of the episode, Amy and Grace have found several girls that Adrian has helped out during high school and they all agree to come to Adrian's baby shower. In It's Not Over Till It's Over, Adrian tells Katelyn O'Malley that her plan is to come to school a week after the baby is born.
During that time, she experiences some wedding jitters and has a conversation with Tom Bowman, who is apparently still in love with her. When Adrian and Ben are trying to fall asleep later that night, Adrian tells Ben that she's uncomfortable. During this time, Adrian is seeking comfort from her parents in her hospital room while Ben and Leo are comforting each other outside the room.
At first, Amy begins to cry harder and says that she can't do it, but Ben begs a second time for her to go and Amy finally goes into Adrian's room.
In the season four premiere, an emotional and depressed Adrian refuses to leave the house or allow visitors to come which leaves her friends and family uncertain how to help her grieve.
In the episode "Hole in the Wall," Adrian goes for a morning walk and when she returns, she has a talk with Ben that she has come to the conclusion that Mercy wasn't meant to be here and she has to accept that. While Ben is at school, she calls Amy (who is with Grace) and asks them to help her clean out the nursery after school.
After Ben stomps out to get his beloved bear, Adrian takes out her anger on Mercy's yellow wall, by punching a hole in it. Adrian is last seen sitting in a corner of Mercy's nursery, rocking steadily, listening to her with the music turned up too loud. She also lies about that Ben didn't want her to go to cosmetology school in New York (though he told her he thought it was a great idea). When Adrian holds John, Amy can see in her eyes, that she really want to have another baby. In the episode "The Games We Play" and "And Circumstance," Adrian tries to go after Ricky, but fails to. Now that her divorce from Ben is final, Adrian begins dating a college man named Omar who plans to teach and marry Adrian as soon as possible. In the episode "Smokin' Like a Virgin," Adrian tells Dante that she has been going out with his brother which causes Dante to break up with her.
Adrian and Omar are happily married, living in New York with two children (Revealed by Brenda Hampton). When this happens, Adrian tries to become serious about their relationship, but Ricky does not.
Adrian asks him to do one thing and not have an encounter with Amy, if it has nothing to do with John. This kiss angers both Adrian, and Ben who also asked Ricky not to fool around with Amy for the sake of their very shaky friendship.
Ben finds out when he attempted to get back together with Amy on the night of the "Mother Daughter Dance." She tells him and he goes to his car.
Adrian takes Ben's virginity and she is impregnated with a condom she got from Amy earlier that night.
Adrian and Ben started to have an intimate relationship when they both wanted to get back at Amy and Ricky because of a kiss.
In the season three finale, "Or Not To Be," Adrian gave birth to their stillborn daughter, Mercy.
Adrian and Amy shared a little rivalry competing with who will get married first, who will live together first, and who is better at sex and who is a better mother. They both give others tips on how to get closer to their man because of past relationships.
Adrian tries to persuade her to stay with Ben and her father tries to make them become friends, but neither of these things quite work out in the way everyone wanted.
In the Season 3 finale, Amy was there to comfort Adrian after her daughter, Mercy was stillborn. Adrian and Grace are best friends (somewhat like sisters) in the show talking t each other on the phone and every morning at school.

Grace also dated Ricky Underwood, but broke up with him also when she discovered he was sleeping with Adrian while they were together.  Adrian and Grace are really close friends who are always there for each other.
Adrian is always looking out for Grace, however Grace is not always a good friend which was exhibited when she left on a trip to Africa despite the fact Adrian was still devastated over the loss of her daughter. When Grace learns of he father's infidelity and his son Jacob (that he fathered while in Africa), Adrian helps Grace accept his mistake and her new brother because the mistake was made by her father not her brother. She found her father, in season 1 and in the beginning he did not want anything to do with her. The problem with platitudes is that they may profess a nice sentiment, but the statement tends to be an obvious one, and it will be a fleeting memory by the time you finish reading that t-shirt or bumper sticker. Walter Mitty (Stiller) works as a photo manager for Life Magazine and spends a large portion of his time daydreaming about being confident and courageous.
Stiller opens his movie with a nice mix of quiet and playful visuals, but this approach becomes tedious as the story wears on.
Walter may be seeking the “quintessence of life”, but Walter Mitty is really the quintessence of Ben Stiller. In the case of Walter Mitty, Stiller is a timid guy who becomes confident through the power of travel.
The movie never ceases to remind us that Walter is finally making his dreams a reality, but the reminders are presented in the broadest manner possible.
The movie can’t seem to stop trumpeting its own profundity despite surrounding Walter with characters that are only slightly shallower than he is. Personal growth in The Secret Life of Walter Mitty is measured not in relationships or serious hardships, but in facial hair. Although she is a straight-A student and a majorette, she has a reputation for being a charmer and the "school slut", because she has sex with every guy she gets the chance to including her step-brother. Now she lives with her mother, Cindy Enriquez, who married her father after 16 years, and lives next door to George Juergens. She had her mind set on abortion, but she eventually backed out and decided to keep the baby. She plans to have an abortion, but then she can't do it and decides to keep the baby with Ben. Ricky talks to Adrian for the first time since their break up and they kiss, but they agree to just be friends. Ben reveals to Grace Bowman and Jack Pappas that he and Adrian are now "we" (meaning that they're dating). Ben tells Adrian that if she's uncomfortable with him wanting to come into the room with her, then he'll stay in the waiting room.
Adrian declines, and tells him that she wouldn't consider moving in with Ben, unless they were married. He asks her if she wants to go to this new Mexican fusion place downtown, but she tells him that she wants this cheaper place called Poppi's Tacos, because she's craving it. He does and both Cindy and Reuben agree to allow Ben to propose, but as long as they both do it exactly how Adrian wants. She quickly starts crying, after Ben reveals his love for her and quickly accepts his proposal. Adrian asks Grace if she should get married in a church and then wonders if Jack's step-dad, Sam Stone would be willing to perform the ceremony. They sleep too late the first school morning as man and wife and end up coming late to school. Jack tells Madison (who in turn tells Lauren) and Grace and Grant, who tell Henry and Alice, followed by Ashley and finally, Amy and Ricky.
Leo takes it upon himself to tell everyone what has happened as Ben is quickly comforted by his in-laws before he rushes back to Adrian's side.
Amy goes up to Leo, while Ricky pulls away from Amy, presumably to ask Jack what's happening, and Amy asks Leo if everything's okay with the baby.
In "One Foot Out the Door," Adrian attempts to trick Ben into telling her how he really feels about her.
Amy says that they will be there for Adrian if she needs her and suggests that they donate all of Mercy's unused things to the church nursery which Adrian agrees to.
When Grace asks her why she decided to move everything now, Adrian says that this time next year, she'll have another baby (which implies that Adrian is already pregnant or is still trying to get pregnant by Ben). As the camera pulls back, we see that she's punched numerous holes in the wall as the episode ends.
Adrian also lies about taking walks with Ben, though she did it by herself while listening to "Rolling in the Deep" by Adele. She is allowed to attend the graduation ceremony, but will not graduate until she completes summer school. She and Grace decide to live together over the summer, go to summer school and not have anything to do with boys. He gets a job in New York and wants her to come but when she hesitates to go, he breaks off their engagement.
In the end, he cheats on her with Zoe, which makes her break the front door of the butcher shop with her phone. Although she was on birth control, her body had not yet gotten used to the new prescription. Adrian primarily wanted this because of a promise Ricky made not to cheat on her after she had already forgiven him for cheating once, however it was already admitted by Adrian to Grace she intended to sleep with Ben even though he and Amy were no longer dating. As much as both try to become friends though, they're not the best of friends but are still pretty good friends. She was also the cause of Grace and Jack break up, among other things including Jack's infidelity. Platitudes can’t cut deeper and provide a thoughtful, lasting impression that would cause us to seriously take stock of our lives and values. He also daydreams about his new co-worker Cheryl (Kristen Wiig), but can’t even work up the nerve to send her a “wink” on eHarmony. It’s cute to see Walter agonize over trying to let Cheryl know he has a crush on her, and Stiller has some fun letting words dance across the background as Walter ambles through his humdrum life. With his latest directorial effort, Stiller has crafted an ode to his typecasting: the timid guy who becomes confident.

I love it when movies are earnest and life-affirming, but Walter Mitty has all the honesty of a commercial. When we see Walter’s beard, we know he hasn’t had time to shave because he’s been too busy traveling.
She has strong feelings for Ricky, despite her claims that she doesn't anymore after they stop talking to each other.
Adrian explains to Ben that it hurts her that he wanted to be there for Amy when she was pregnant with John, but that he seemed unwilling to be there for her. When Ben looks pleased with that, Adrian tells him that they are just friends, and that he shouldn't get any ideas. Ben asks Adrian if she wants to think about it, but she tells him that she doesn't and that she loves him.
Grace convinces everyone to stand out in the hall and throw rice at them during their arrival. He asks her if she's going into labor and Adrian says that she's not sure, but her doctor told her to go to the hospital.
Ben had told Leo that in about 30% of the cases of stillborn babies, the doctors don't know what happened.
Ben suffers from the repercussions of Adrian discovering Ricky and Amy's decision to move in together.
Ben starts yelling at her, telling her that she's selfish and had no right to do this because Mercy was his daughter too.
She tells Katelyn O'Malley that she is better, but that she still has to lose a couple of pounds. Then, she falls in love with Omar and denies his marriage proposal, waiting to be done with school. The experience scarred her deeply, as she was truly excited and looking forward to being a mother. Ben Stiller’s two-hour platitude, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, may seem like it’s championing bravery and adventure, but the presentation, while initially enjoyable, quickly becomes hollow, frivolous, and overbearing. While working in the photo lab, Walter receives a roll from legendary photographer Sean O’Connell (Sean Penn) with photo #25 being singled out as “the quintessence of Life” (literally the magazine, but thematically it couldn’t be more obvious).
The daydreams can also be enjoyable like when Walter has a big, street-shattering battle with the exec or saves Cheryl’s three-legged dog from a burning building. It’s a character he’s played in There’s Something about Mary, Meet the Parents, Night at the Museum, The Heartbreak Kid, and too many more.
They’re lonely experiences marked by distracting quirks and minor interactions with others. It’s odd for Walter to feel the need to jump into daydreams when he has such a cartoony foe waiting for him in real life.
In fact, she spends the entire series obsessing over Ricky, much like Ben obsesses over Amy. She tells Ricky and begs him to talk to Ben about it, because she thinks Adrian is going to trick him into having sex with her. Adrian is often jealous of girls Ricky hangs out with (Amy or Grace), it seems like they're a match made in hell. He also does not tell Adrian, who finds out from her father, who found out from George, who found out from Ashley who was watching.
The smarmy exec (Adam Scott) in charge of shutting down the print edition of Life to move the publication to an online format wants the vaunted image for the cover of the final issue, but Walter can’t find the photo. However, Stiller starts to push too hard when Walter starts daydreaming of a Curious Case of Benjamin Button parody, and it’s a scene that will get some laughs, but has nothing to do with the character or his relationships. I prefer Stiller when he’s doing ridiculous characters like Derek Zoolander and White Goodman, and the daydreams allow him to go in that direction like when he briefly plays a European mountaineer or the aforementioned Benjamin Button parody. Walter gets into extraordinary situations like fighting off a shark and skateboarding down a mountain, but apparently there’s no room for meaningful conversation with another human being. The exec could easily be Scott’s character “Derek” from Step Brothers, but now with a beard that looks like it was glued on. Being spontaneous and traveling are fine things to do, but Stiller has turned them into a brochure rather than a fulfilling story. He then tells Adrian that he never wanted to marry her and that he felt it was wrong to cheat on Amy and wishes that none of this ever happened. But, Ricky became more serious as the series progress when Amy gives birth to their son, John.
Resolved to solve the mystery of the missing photo, Walter sets out on a real adventure to track down Sean and discover “the quintessence of Life”. At best, this daydream provides a clear delineation between the real world and Walter’s fantasies, but it also signals how little character development Walter needs since all of his other fantasies are about confidence and adventure. The movie doesn’t necessarily need more of these goofy figures, but their presence shows that Stiller, even at his best, has become a painfully predictable actor.
And even though Walter stops daydreaming, the plot can be so contrived and coincidental that it’s conceivable he’s still fantasizing. At one point, Stiller’s direction is so overbearing with these kinds of schmaltzy pronouncements that the movie basically becomes a mini-commercial for Air Greenland. The Derek character can work in a comedy like Step Brothers, but it can’t in a movie where we’re supposed to be inspired by the protagonist’s personal growth. Like most travel brochures, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty is filled with pretty pictures and a motivation tone, but it lacks the depth and thoughtfulness to depict what truly makes us better people. For example, Walter gets periodic phone calls from an overly helpful eHarmony customer service representative (Patton Oswalt) who wants to boost Walter’s online dating profile. The good people at Air Greenland could literally cut out the entire sequence, put it on TV, and it would work. These moments would be a far better fit for a daydream, but they’re shoehorned in to remind us that Walter is (arguably) living his life to the fullest. It’s not enough for the audience to be amazed at how Walter fought off a shark; we have to hear the customer service rep’s giddy reaction to Walter’s nonchalant recounting of fighting off the shark.

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