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When Warren is dumped by his boyfriend, macho Frankie answers his ad for a roommate, assuming that "GWM" ("Gay White Male") stands for "Guy With Money."


James Widdoes


Marc Cherry (developer), Tony Vitale (developer)




Episode cast overview:
Jason Bateman ... Warren Fairbanks
Danny Nucci ... Frankie Zito
Alec Mapa ... Vern Limoso
Jessica Lundy ... Meryl Doogan
Michael DeLuise ... Pino Palumbo
Joe Grifasi ... Joe Zito
Camille Saviola ... Connie Zito
Peter Spears ... Terry (as Peter J. Spears)
Tim Maculan ... Pretentious Man


When Warren is dumped by his boyfriend, macho Frankie answers his ad for a roommate, assuming that "GWM" ("Gay White Male") stands for "Guy With Money."

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Release Date:

28 February 2001 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Bateman, Nucci and Mapa - all stars
19 June 2006 | by free2emailusSee all my reviews

Actually, I voted an 8 because of the cast. Jason Bateman, honing his dry wit years before his brilliant Arrested Development - ALex Mapa, a FUNNY gay comic who is just now finding his own specials on TV - Danny Nucci , who finally found a big role in the upcoming movie World Trade Center...and who knew Peter DeLuise had a cute brother? The rest of the cast is rounded with character actors who were just finding their great episodes as the season was canceled. Nucci was just relaxing a bit and his timing getting better (instad of just waiting for the laugh and freezing)and Bateman does here what he does best - self-realization. What he discovers is all over his role in Arrested Development and it starts with this series.

Seven episodes have run on LOGO in 2006 but the final one is MIA. Yes, it can be hackneyed and predictable, but the one liners that land are laugh out loud funny. As the season went on, the writers couldn't keep up the pace.

I'm grateful to have seen it tho - it's a milestone as a sitcom with a sane gay character and I'm still entertained when I go back and watch it on VHS. It needs a DVD!! And with Bateman and Nucci getting hotter, isn't now that time?!

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