If a guy is excessively devoted to his mother and he's not obviously a manly man, then he will be seen as a sensitive guy even if he doesn't act like one.
His mother might try to completely dominate his life, to the point of telling him who to marry (and if he disobeys then she'll try to ruin his relationship or at least ruin her life too), turning him into a Momma's Boy: hopeless with women, timid, weak, and lacking the spirit to stand up to his mother. On the other hand, if he does stand up to her then he's not a Momma's Boy, even though she's still My Beloved Smother.
Ultimately, the series poses the question: "Who is really the most women in every man's life?
The show is hosted by the President of the lodge, philosopher, handyman, outdoorsman and basically very average man Red Green (Smith), with technical direction provided by his painfully geeky nephew Harold (Patrick Mc Kenna).
Episodes are usually framed by Red and Harold discussing some activity or event affecting the lodge or its members.
Hell, sometimes his mom even comes over to clean his apartment. It’s not that he can’t or shouldn’t interact with his parents on social media.
Hell, he probably couldn’t survive in his own apartment if someone didn’t check on him. He still does all his laundry at his parents' house and heads over there a few times a week for a square meal. She could be arguing that that the earth is flat and he’d take her side. While some of the other things on this list are cute or even charming, he needs to get over this one, pretty much right now.9.