The pilot begins with Adam speaking to the class' youngest son Callum (Samuel Leakey) about what he does for a living. This is not only a clever way to explain to a forgetful-prone audience the hierarchy of MI6, but it also builds on the bond he has with his son. This sweet introduction to Cox's character is soon interrupted by an infamous phone call informing Adam about the poisoning that caused his guest to stop speaking at Callus' school. suddenly while the entire organization must immediately adapt to reality. But Cox's new agent character is the one who has the greatest influence on him. Although he tried his best to cover up his anxiety. But the stress and distraction that comes with his new position as head of MI6 inevitably surfaces. Cox concealed his performance with confidence. But it's clear to viewers that Adam is insecure about certain things. That's where the name of the show came from.