I have decided that this is a fantastic show, for the following reason:
The opening episode features a guy covered in tattoos who likes the feel of fresh underwear and socks. As a result, he buys new underwear and socks every day, then throws them away at the end of the day. That's right - he's throwing away 365 pair of underwear a year, which makes him, by the standards of this eco-friendly show, the most evil person alive.
I represent the opposite end of the spectrum. As my wife often points out, I hang on to underwear long past its prime. My boxers can only be pried out of my hands once there is nothing but an elastic waistband remaining - and retrieval usually has to be done by a Haz Mat team. So by this standard, I have now become a friend of the environment. My threadbare drawers are going to single-handedly eradicate global warming. (My wife would argue that most of my underwear "turned green" long ago. Heh.)
Anyway, it is interesting to see a reminder of how much trash we throw out in a day. One of these days, I'm going to set aside a weekend to figure out how to shoot all that crap into space in a cost-effective manner.