Awesome / Mr. Young

  • Adam taming Slab (for the most part) in the pilot episode by electrocuting him.
  • Mr. Switch: The cast is really given the chance to flex their acting muscles when having to each play a different character. Particularly Matreya Fedor being as she's playing Adam in Echo's body and is essentially the headliner and Brendan Meyer having to play Dang in Adam's body.
  • Mr. Poet: After having had nothing but trouble before, Adam makes up a poem inspired by Echo right on the spot after she kisses him on the cheek.
  • Mr. Invisible: During Echo's crying scene, Matreya Fedor's sulking is really put to the test.
    • Adam pulls the sword for Echo's project out of the stone when no one else could.
  • Derby as "The Alligator", espically in Mr. First Impression.
  • Mr. Love Letter: Adam's letter to Echo is itself very deep, thoughtful and romantic. Even though she didn't know it was from him, she even thought so herself.
    • The fact that most people, despite not liking Adam, were also touched by the letter too. Derby, the only one who knows it was Adam, is still moved by the letter and Slab and Tater each made a copy of it to carry around for inspiration.
  • Mr. First Impression:
    • Adam's Love Confession to Echo along with the elaborate setup he created for her birthday.
    • There is the pie fight between Adam and Preston Pickles.
    • Crowning Music of Awesome; "Living Derby Style".
    • Somehow a cat fight between Echo and Brap, escalated into a war between Elephants and Humans.
    • Adam didn't have to go back in time at all. Echo comes back and kisses him!
    • The fact that the special finally ended Adam and Echo's Unresolved Sexual Tension in a Relationship Upgrade!
  • Adam, Slab and Sasquack, fighting Diego and his goons to save Echo is Mr. Spring Break.
    • Adam himself is setting out to find Echo right from the beginning of the second part when he realizes she's in trouble.
    • Adam riding Sasquawk. This also leads him to finally locate where Echo is being held too.
    • Inspired by Echo's Love Confession for him (though it's actually fake at the time), Adam charges into the room without a second thought to declare: "Now unhand the love of my life!"
  • Adam restoring everyones memories and he and Echo expose Mr. Kidd's plan to replace Adam in everyone's lives.
  • In Mr. Elderman, Derby, dressed as Elderman, reduces Tater to tears with one word - "Cinnamon".
  • In Mr. Final
    • The fact Derby managed to graduate.
      • Even more surprisingly, so did Slab.
    • Dang and Master Ki's reality warping fight comes off as this, espically since Dang doesn't fight back and just stands there with no visible reaction.
    • When Derby laughs at the idea that Dang never finished high school, Slab shuts him up with a glare. An In-Universe Dude, Not Funny!.
    • Adam attempting a Heroic Sacrifice to save Echo, as a result he is impaled through the head (with a feather) and lives.
  • Adam gets one in "Mr. Heart". You have to respect a guy with the skill and determination required to change a universal constant just to get a date with the girl he loves.
    • He nearly does succeed as he and Derby pretty much singlehandedly got rid of Echo's cold and had Echo not been sick in the first place, she would have agreed to go out with Adam right away.
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