Fairly divvying up the rent between roommates can be difficult, a problem you don't have to worry about when you're Shipmates, because that wacky Chris Hardwick pays for everything. Figure out a fair chop with something even more awesome than son of former professional bowler Billy Hardwick: SplitTheRent.org.
The "fun" side project of a Harvard astrophysics grad student who takes really hilarious headshots, Split's a slick online calculator that divides the rent between up to eight roommates in a "neutral and objective" manner based on things like room size, sound isolation, and windows, the latter of which is given extra value, because you get Minesweeper for free. To get splittin', pop in total rent and number of roomies, rate each bedroom's size, closet space, bathrooms, and window situation from "none" to "awesome", plus extras like "no door" and "awkward layout", which you should really avoid if you want to keep Bela Karolyi's respect. After telling it how big the common spaces are, Split'll kick out suggested rents based on an algorithm constructed after polling 40+ peers, who revealed things like extra-large closets being much less valuable than things like a private door, also what they called Jim Morrison, when he enlisted.
Because he's just that sweet, astrophysics dude will continually be upgrading the algorithm as users tell him whether or not the results seem fair, although when you're put on a Carnival Cruise ship for three days with a blind date, and then she realizes she hates you and starts banging the staff, nothing seems fair, really.