From rich housewives to country bumpkins to suburbanites with packing crates full of kids, no one is saved from torment. The premise of allows the show a plethora of colorful characters due to its basic premise—we’re following individuals who signed up for New York Comic Con’s speed dating event last year.So how do you engage the geek community with a reality show about themselves without alienating them? Speed dating alone is fodder enough for comedy, but now we’re getting it with the buzz of a con atmosphere and plenty of costumed heroes to grab quotes from.I don’t know if he realized the irony of pushing one’s chest closer to the face of a known creeper, but I assume not.He also told us that we “better have a sense of humor,” cause he was going to be lightening the mood with some “edgy jokes.” Get me out of here.The smart-yet-fun folks of Nerd Nite are bringing Speed Dating back to C2E2!Register online for one of our special C2E2 sessions of 15 three-minute dates so you’ll no longer have to look for love in a galaxy far, far away.have lasted as long, been as influential, became as famous, or transcended their original time better than him.
Meeting new people is definitely not a strong suit for me, and neither is dating, so when I saw the Nerd Nite speed dating opportunity coordinated by the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2), I immediately thought it was a great idea for some people, just not me. But as an adult, I realize that sometimes we have to go outside our comfort zone and try some new things.Far from a humdrum, dimly lit cocktail club, this setting provides us all of the action with a healthy dose of fun.Each person that the show has focused on so far has their share of awkward attributes—which is honestly true of most people on the dating scene.If we felt uncomfortable or unsafe during a date, we were to stretch our arms and arch our back.Once the date was done, he would follow up, get the story, and probably toss the guy out.