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Ryan Glitch isn't just a proud geek; he's a geek on a mission to help all of his fellow geeks find love. ET follows Glitch, the self-proclaimed "Geek Dr. Of Love," as he runs sci-fi speed dating events at geek meccas like Comic-Con each year.
TLC is letting its geek flag fly with a new, two-part special titled Geek Love. The special follows Ryan Glitch, founder of Sci-Fi Speed Dating, as he sets up speed dating events at comic conventions for his fellow geeks. People were getting up and leaving halfway through.
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With all the Comic-Cons happening, we thought we'd flash back to one of our writer's experiences during his first time at a comic convention. Have you ever done Speed Dating? Have you ever been to a Comic-Con?
Published: September 1, Seeking: Jedi master. He does say, however, Sci-Fi Speed Dating is more specialized than generalized speed dating.
Others came to the annual convention to fulfill a different fantasy: meeting the geek of their dreams. A costumed Jedi Master standing at the front echoed into the mic, "Three, two, one, aaaand switch. John Kelleher, a year-old from the Bronx, was there on a whim.
Weekend Jedi warrior Ryan Glitch is the year-old owner of Sci-Fi Speed Datingwhich in three years has organized hundreds of speed-dating events at dozens of super-fan conventions. He left before the session finished. Later that year, he emailed the organizers of Stars Wars Celebration V to suggest they try speed dating.
For "Star Wars" fans who are looking for love in Alderaan places, Ryan Glitch has a solution: sci-fi speed-dating, which he hosts at Comic-Cons around the country. In five years of geek speed-dating, the events have led to couples who are dating seriously; 43 couples who are currently engaged; and 74 couples who have tied the knot. There was another con coming up, so he suggested a speed-dating event.