This show is seriously amazing, partially because it's so relevant. I had a roommate who seemed like the most normal person I interviewed but who I'm pretty sure was intentionally trying to kick me out of the apartment by doing things like having parties without warning me.
However, the show is irritatingly typical in that the city-slicker New Yorker has dark hair with Betty Page bangs while the country girl from Indiana is a blonde.
My question, of course, is where do redheads fit in?
The sitcom mentions redheads a few times ... first, when the blonde is interviewing potential roommates, a weird guy lists a number of things he doesn't like, and the last one is, you guessed it, redheads.
In the second episode, Chloe asks the blonde (WHAT is her name? I could Google it but I'm lazy...) about her one-night stands, black out sex and if I heard it correctly, sex with redheads. Chloe would actually look cute with a redhead...
But the blonde has never had any of these experiences. No redhead exists in the show but they've already mentioned them twice in only 3 episodes.
Let's write to the show's writer, and stage a protest! Maybe, just maybe, they'll let us on their show. HA!