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The pair live in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, with Matt’s 7-year-old daughter, whom Keri is helping make a Princess Leia costume for Halloween. ” “There are a couple people from the first session who I’ve already seen walking around holding hands,” Glitch tells me after the session. When Keri and Matt called to say, hey, we’re getting married, I was like—” He drops his jaw and pantomimes speechless excitement, hands flapping at the wrist.
Stopping by the Sci-Fi Speed-Dating room at Chicago Comic Con this year, “I was like, awww,” Keri recalls. “In my contracts for a while, underneath where you sign, it would say ‘Ryan Glitch, Geek Pimp.’ They put it on the official contracts! It’s a cool feeling and I like it.” The geek pimp himself, however, is single. If speed dating didn’t happen again, if we never filmed again, I wouldn’t care if I had a wife and kids.” But he isn’t sure whether he’ll mix business with pleasure again.
Lamenting the tyranny of football at his high school, he offers to show me his Pokall, but a Jedi knight with spiked hair yells, “Time’s up! Weekend Jedi warrior Ryan Glitch is the 27-year-old owner of Sci-Fi Speed Dating, which in three years has organized hundreds of speed-dating events at dozens of super-fan conventions.