Is beauty and the geek a dating show
Now, such a self-indulgent activity yields around 200,000 hits.
“People talk shit on the Internet.”Six months ago, when Dern entered his name into the all-powerful search engine, he would have been lucky to get a couple hundred hits, most of them tied to other Nate Derns out there in cyberspace.
The couples were then pitted against each another in competition for a cash prize.
Dern, a self-proclaimed “introvert,” was solicited for the show by recruiters while flyering on campus last fall.
“It’s been a lot of time for reflection,” he says of his time on the show.
A sure-hit show with fun and heart, BEAUTY AND THE GEEK teams up a group of beautiful girls with a bunch of genius guys in the hopes that one group's strengths will help overcome the other group's weaknesses.
Dating shows have become our common guilty pleasure, although we may not want to admit it.
For over a decade now, we've replaced rom-coms with rom-competitions.His facial hair is getting longer, and his clothes have returned to a neon hue reminiscent of his pre-show days.Last week, the last bits of glitter finally hit the floor.Three ten-minute episodes are currently available for your viewing pleasure.On its second and much-improved round, is it a reasonable portrayal of the trials of speed dating? earned a fair amount of ire by oozing pure condescension; needing to label moments where people were “talking geek” as soon as a TARDIS was mentioned and the like. (Not to be confused with Katherine Dunn’s book of the same name.) The title may sound familiar; it started as a show on TLC in 2011, meeting with its fair share of understandably ticked off reviews.