I guess since the title “Animal House” is already taken they need something a little catchier.
Imagine being stuck in the house with this crew.
For the women who live there, the house is more than just a place to stay. Ms. Sewell recalled many occasions when her housemates would simply talk with her as she figured out, say, what Congressional staff members she should hire.
“The camaraderie in the house is very special,” Ms. Sewell said. “We find that bonding over popcorn is especially helpful.”
Representative Kathy Hochul, a Democrat from the Buffalo area who was a guest there briefly, also recalled how the women in the house helped ease her transition into Congress with advice on matters like what committees she should try to get on.
“It was a fascinating place,” said Ms. Hochul, who slept on a bed in Ms. Maloney’s office on the third floor after starting in Congress last year before eventually finding her own place.
Ms. Hochul disagreed with her former landlady in one respect: “I always felt that we could make a reality show: ‘The Real Congresswomen of D.C.’ It would be a real snapshot.”
I guess the Times won’t bother to look into whether Maloney is reporting the income.
If the image above doesn’t quite give you the real effect, here it is again.