Which Classic TV Roommate Are You?
Find out which lovable TV roommate matches your personality the best.

What's your favorite way to kick back and chill?

What's your favorite way to kick back and chill?

What's the one thing that kind of makes you a slightly less-than-desirable roommate?

What's the one thing that kind of makes you a slightly less-than-desirable roommate?

How would you describe your love life?

How would you describe your love life?

What's your dream job?

What's your dream job?

What makes you an awesome roommate?

What makes you an awesome roommate?

Which Classic TV Roommate Are You?

  1. You got: Danny Tanner
    You're a dream roommate for someone who misses the small comforts of living with Mom and Dad. Even though you're a little neurotic (OK, very neurotic) about cleanliness and order, the apartment is always a cozy abode because of your could-be-worse habits. Plus your charisma makes is magnetic, and living with you always feels like being home.
  2. You got: Joey Tribbiani
    You're just a simple guy/gal, and it doesn't take a lot to make you happy. Though you're not really the best about pitching in on living expenses, you keep life at home pretty entertaining. You're the best kind of roommate to have around to kick back with a beer and pizza. Not to mention, your roommates NEVER have to worry about anything spoiling in the fridge — you'll take care of that well before it's even a problem.
  3. You got: Ted Mosby
    You’re a pretty swell guy/gal (not to mention a hopeless romantic) to hang out with down at MacLaren’s bar… Heck, some nights are even legendary! Unless that is, until you start throwing the history of architecture at your roommates. Yawn. All in all, you’re the kind of roommate your friends rely on, whether it’s on finding your one true love, or bringing home strange fruit after a long night out.
  4. You got: Hannah Horvath
    You’re an artist at heart, and you’ll do pretty much anything to get the creative juices flowing (i.e. tear up a Bushwick warehouse party with your roommates). Sure, sometimes you might get a little bit too much “me” time, but you always give back in the end (like when you let your weird boyfriend’s sister crash on your couch). You’re the roommate your friends count on for a good time — and man, there have been a lot of ‘em.

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