I’m sure there’s more but not everybody is on Facebook,” he added.
Apparently, his dating idea has become really popular, and they’re actually had to turn down thousands of people at some Comic Con events.
I’ll admit that the thought of Sci-Fi Speed Dating was intriguing, but now that I know it is going to be a TV Show? There is a lot of debate about whether this show will do well or if people like me who are begging people to not watch it are going to win out.
It’s hard out there for a geek, especially when it comes to finding a date, but thanks to events like Sci-Fi Speed Dating, comic-book and video game enthusiasts actually have a chance of finding a special someone who shares their interests.
Sci-Fi Speed Dating is an event that takes place at Comic Cons around the USA, giving geeks the chance to meet like-minded members of the opposite sex, and hopefully lay the foundation for a real relationship.
of Love” Glitch said 8 couples who met at Sci-Fi Speed Dating were currently engaged, and 37 other were dating seriously.
“And those are just the people that check in with us on Facebook.
Some of the loudest, most professional people I know are also the most nerdiest people I know.
Outside of a few Food Network competitions, I hate reality TV.
TLC greenlit two half-hour specials that will air next month. Check out the promo below and marvel at the Wookie mating call.
In an exclusive release to Entertainment Weekly, TLC has announced that they are starting a show Geek Love.
Ryan Glitch, the man who came up with the idea for Sci-Fi Speed dating, actually met his girlfriend at one of these events and is now on a mission to help fellow geeks find their Princess Leia, Catwoman, or whatever other fictional character they might fancy.