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Who Should You Actually Be Living With?

For anyone thinking about moving out or moving in. See what happens when one couple gains two unexpected roommates on NBC’s new series Crowded, Sundays at 9:30/8:30c.

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Who Should You Actually Be Living With?

You got: Alone

You should actually live alone. You’ve tried the roommate thing, and it’s just not for you. You like having your own space, and privacy is extremely important to you. You’re already independent and responsible enough to take care of yourself, so living alone just makes sense.

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You got: Your parents

You should actually live with your parents. A lot of adults are doing it these days, and it makes a lot of sense. You’ll save money, you’ll always have food available, and — let’s face it — you’re not the best at staying on top of household chores. Plus, you won’t have to deal with all of that roommate drama since you’re already used to dealing with ol’ Mom and Dad.

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You got: Your closest friends

You should actually live with your closest friends. You need to live with people you trust and know you get along with. This will make dividing up responsibilities a lot easier. And just imagine how simple it’ll be to coordinate weekend parties and activities!

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You got: Your significant other

You should actually live with your significant other. There’s a high chance you two might be spending the foreseeable future with each other, so this is just the next step really. With all the roommate drama and crappy apartments behind you, you can now embrace a more domestic life together.

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You got: A total rando

You should actually live with a totally random person. You enjoy meeting new people and breaking out of routine. Maybe they could be a co-worker you aren’t yet close with or someone you found on Craigslist. As long as you’re clear about what you’re looking for and expect and exercise a bit of caution when selecting them, this could work out surprisingly well for you.

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You got: Cats. Just lots of cats.

You should actually live with cats. Just lots of cats. You’ve definitely had some bad roommate experiences. And sure, you’re independent and could totally live on your own now, but why not get a furry friend (or several) to keep you company?

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Ready to make your move now? Before you pack up those moving boxes, check out NBC’s new series Crowded, Sundays at 9:30/8:30c!

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