On the one hand it's a situation comedy, with a rather odd set-up. At the end of the episode, the two Nazi roommates renounce Nazism and promptly kiss each other, vindicating Hope's judgement.
That episode includes a Nazi rally which features all four members of the rock band Sloan among the extras. On the other it ywitch no laugh track, apart from a few main people the cast keeps changing, and the main character is most likely seriously agoraphobic.
In one episode, Curtis rents Nathan's room to a mysterious businessman who uses it to store drugged cookies, while in another, Hope unwittingly rents it to two Neo-Nazis she mistakes for a gay couple. Was this review helpful to you?
It's not for everyone, but if twotch see one episode you won't want to miss the rest. Roommates come and go, he just stays home and watches TV.
The change in Reilly's appearance is explained in his autobiography, Tyrannosaurus Rex, which refers to his "on-air cranium transplant. It sounds terribly dull, but the show is shockingly addictive.
And I do mean never. Don McKellar plays Curtis, who is antisocial to the point of never leaving his apartment.