Plenty of reality programs and sitcoms have portrayed twenty-something housemates doing crazy things. But in nearly thirty houses around the world, a nonprofit benefactor called Moishe House is doing something even stranger that anything you’ve seen on TV: paying a large chunk of the rent, and providing monthly stipends for entertaining. In exchange for the financial lift, the young Jewish adults who live there create programs to build an “open and welcoming” community for their peers.