See full summary » Warren Fairbanks is a gay Greenwich Village writer. Whoever writes for this show (I keep telling myself to see who the writers are so I can remember but I keep forgetting) are superb!His sexual orientation isn't suspected initially by the fellow who has responded to his newspaper ad for a new roommate. I also have to rave about Mapa and De Luise who star as the extreme versions of a gay and straight man respectively - I literally role around on the floor when they do their stuff.Maybe don’t try this on someone from the Dominican Republic, however).
Lots of examples of this sort of trick can be found in “Practical Mental Magic,” by Theodore Anneman. Now add the digits together, and subtract five.” (If she struggles with the math, tease her).
Another fun one is to set up a girl by saying, “Okay, I can read your mind. “Okay, now pick a country that begins with that letter of the alphabet – for example, if your number is two, you might pick Boliva, because B is the second letter of the alphabet.” (If she struggles to come up with a country, tease her about her sense of geography). pick an animal which has a name which begins with the last letter of that country’s name.
Lastly, think of a color that begins with the last letter of the animals name.” Once she’s done all this, turn to her and say, “You’re thinking of an orange kangaroo from Denmark.” You can then tease her because Kangaroos aren’t orange, and they don’t come from Denmark.
(This one works because the math always comes out to four, and there just aren’t that many countries that have a name beginning with D.
Though the road is bumpy for them at first, they strive to reach a common understanding. It's also nice for a change that the shows chuckles don't only come from the supporting cast (as is the case with ' Will & Grace').