The pilot episode of Roommates in which we find out that trivial matters, like who’s next for the toilet, can escalate to life-threatening arguments.
You might be wondering if there’s a possibility of harmony in the Roommates’ lives. The answer is Yes, but only IF everyone does what they’re supposed to, which, unfortunately, is a very rare occurrence.
After quite some time of living together, Angelina finally decides to ask about Jeremy’s past and uncovers some shocking revelations.
Supernatural powers or not, the boys’ one weakness might turn out to be maths. The situation isn’t improved, unfortunately, by the attention-craving Angelina.
After the big realisation of Episode 3, Angelina finds herself wondering more and more about how Hell actually works, and goes to Jeremy for answers.
In the middle of yet another argument, Jeremy and Angelina are interrupted by a visitor from the future, bearing unsettling news about the Roommates.
While Harry and Angelina are focusing on their priorities, Jeremy has to keep the house clean. Unfortunately, his broom is nowhere to be found. Has it simply vanished? Or is there a more sinister explanation for its absence?
Some people just divide the house chores between themselves. The Roommates however are proficient in procrastination and come up with increasingly convoluted ways to decide who does what.
Using his extraordinary powers, Harry experiments with a spell that puts Jeremy and Angelina in an increasingly awkward position, that howbeit temporary, has terrifying implications.
Deciding on a film for movie night shouldn’t be anything difficult…if you are not the Roommates. This particular argument however becomes deeper than usual, tackling the ongoing feud between Jeremy and Angelina.
Convinced Jeremy wronged her, Angelina demands answers. Not only is she surprised to find that Jeremy wasn’t to blame, but she also discovers more of his abilities, that she’d never imagined possible.