PR.com: Because that's a lot of weight to carry on your shoulders when you make a decision Christopher Knight: When you're "A Brady" and have never really fallen off the Brady truck, it's a little suffocating and it's a very tight box. That was a long time ago and that was just another job I did. Does Chris ever reference things that completely go over your head, or how do you bridge that gap?By virtue of that show, and its feel and where it was broadcast and its projection of wholesome values, one would assume easily that I'm just like that. So I think for some people they're rather shocked that I could find any interest in Adrianne whatsoever. It's just that anybody my age is going to look at somebody who is essentially the age of their children as being "What is he doing?? PR.com: You had 25 years of life before Adrianne was even born. Adrienne Curry: I'm not going to say it goes over my head.
I remember at some point you said to someone, "God, she's so young! Christopher Knight: I was concerned on two different levels.
I was concerned that she was so young and how do you plan a life together when there's that big a delta in your experiences? I'm not like Adrianne; I sort of carry around what the world's perceptions are.
And the same for her PR.com: I noticed that she lights you up. Christopher Knight: I've been married twice before and I have to say that if there's something in common between those two relationships is that you reach a level of complacency.
Whether or not it's a death to the relationship is the ability to break out of that complacency.
Every generation advances beyond the previous Adrianne Curry: Silence! Christopher Knight: We recognize there's a significant amount of counseling in our future. He's told me before that if we go hiking and stuff I'm not scared to roll around in the mud and have a good time. We have a lot in common and most people would look at us and think there would be nothing. Christopher Knight: I would say we don't have that much in common.
(We all laugh at the obvious) We really need a third party. It certainly can be important but it's not the end all, be all.
Adrianne Curry: They almost stopped filming on the second day [of production] because they thought we were going to break up when he started bringing up, "Wouldn't it be great for the show if we had her move out? PR.com: So it wasn't like, "Ok we're in a relationship.
" PR.com: You brought that up Chris, to the producers? I want you to move in with me." It was more about her needing a place to stay because she was new in L. Christopher Knight: We were seeing each other for a month when she moved in, and the only reason she moved in is because, how do we date if she's living in Chicago?
And then I thought, "Well if she's really [into me] then I'm looking like a jerk." (He laughs) I thought that, perhaps, I needed to take her at face value. She's wildly different then anybody that I've ever let myself get close to.
PR.com: Were you concerned about the age difference?
Between Adrianne and Chris, they pretty much took over and interviewed each other, with me refereeing of course. Their courtship began on VH-1's The Surreal Life and continued with My Fair Brady, which culminated in a tearful marriage proposal in the first season's final episode.