Just because I’m absolving myself NOW, though, doesn’t mean that my brain wasn’t being overloaded with questions of ethics during the lead-up to showtime; these came and went, but I had plenty of time to think about them while we waited for what felt like an hour to be let into the speed dating room.(I also had plenty of time to try and stare at Adam West, who was signing autographs in the Comic-Con distance. )What really got under my skin was a woman sitting next to me who was very clearly looking to find her true love on this adventure; this made me feel uneasy about my less serious attitude.
Rory became a viral hit with a series of appearances on "Conan," and he has continued to wow his fans with specials on Netflix and Seeso.
His list of TV and movie credits also keeps growing -- recently he's been seen in "The House," "Those Who Can't" and "Ground Floor." I’m not sure why we were ever worried about showing up early to register me, because when we arrived, there were about six thousand dudes waiting around and only about five girls.
I mean, I’m not COMPLETELY without knowledge of points of interest, but I’m just not that well-versed, and obviously that was detrimental to holding a conversation.
Also, I got asked a lot about what I had dressed up as, which was funny because I wasn’t dressed up as anything.
Nor am I one of those stressed out kinds of single people, who appear to view finding “the one” in a similar way to defusing a bomb. So when we went to Comic-Con (full report on that HERE) and Stephanie said, “You are going to do this Sci-Fi Speed Dating thing,” I was like, “Okay.” I have never done speed dating or Internet dating or blind dating before, so I thought it would be cool to give my dating life a weird edge for once.