One of the nice things about the age of DVD box sets is the way you can go back in time and watch shows that you barely were able to see the first time they aired on TV. I think I caught a couple of episodes of Profit before it was canceled but all I remembered about it was that the main character wore gloves, slept in a box, and had an extremely close relationship with his stepmother. If you are in the mood for a TV show about a deliciously machiavellian anti-hero, you really can’t go wrong with Profit. Jim Profit had a horribly abusive childhood where he was forced to live in a box and forced to watch TV. He grows up to become the perfect scheming yuppie, worming his way into the power structure of the company whose name was printed on the cardboard box where he was confined as a child. Although some people detect his evil nature, Profit always seems to manage to survive any plans to expose him. The show has some virtual reality animated segments that look very dated now, but it really was ahead of its time in the way it combined dark comedy with drama.