5. ANDREW PUTS HIS MOVES INTO ACTION.
When Andrew first met roommate Emily, he was so nervous he forgot his first name. “As I see this distant figure emerging from the shadows, everything is going in slow motion, with her hair flowing away from her face. She’s just gorgeous,” Andrew said of their first encounter. Later, Emily accuses him of being a virgin. “How many people have you had sex with?” she asks. “Like all sorts!” he replies. But by nightfall, Andrew is back on his game:
Andrew: “Just come over here.”
Andrew: “Because my bed’s more softer than yours.”
4. HOUSEMATES PREDICT “HOT BLACK GUY”
Before Ty arrives in the house, Ashley eagerly awaits the “hot black guy.” She announces: “I’m waiting for the black guy to come in, the really hot balck guy with the big muscles.” When Ty arrives, the roommates rejoice at the hot black guy’s arrival.
Ashley: “We have a new roommate”
Andrew: “I hope he’s black!”
Ty: “Who said that?”
Andrew: “How much do you bench?”
Ty: “Uh, a fuckload.”
3. ANDREW MIGHT BE A FURRY.
Ashley on Andrew’s signature accessory: “I don’t know how Andrew has ever had sex before, ever. Who would want to have sex with a guy with a panda hat on?”
2. MIKE EXPLAINS THAT HE’S BISEXUAL.
When the roommates settle down for dinner at Bucca Di Beppo (!?), discussion turns to their sexual histories. Ty has slept with “like 45 people.” Josh is “at like 30.” Ashley has taken on five guys. And Mike has counted “probably 15 girls and five guys . . . not sex, just everything, right?”
Mike, a devout Christian, explains that his bisexuality is no big deal: “Yeah, I like to snowboard. Yeah I like to do this. And yeah, I have a different sexuality than you do.”
Ashley, Mike’s thoroughly Episcopalian crush, is not convinced.
1. ANDREW WAS FIRED FROM HIS COLLEGE NEWSPAPER FOR DRAWING SEXIST CARTOONS.
At episode’s start, Andrew announces: “Top things I want to do in D.C. in this order: Number one, try to get laid; number two, show off my artistic abilities.” Number two may end up interfering with number one: Andrew says he was fired from his college newspaper for drawing offensive cartoons. One of Andrew’s works (above) is about a guy who clandestinely tapes his sex partner doin’ it. “They felt like I was purposely trying to offend women and lesbians and stuff like that,” Andrew says. “But that’s why it’s funny!”