The link leads to a simple app inspired by the episode's dating "System." In the show, the system pairs people based on compatibility, and tells them through a digital "coach" app when their relationship will end.
They then have to move onto the next person until they find their ideal match — decided by the system.
Cozy up with a fellow pseudo-activist and watch some documentaries.
You and someone in your neighborhood have been watching Detective Benson and Stabler kill it on "Law & Order: SVU" for a week straight.
If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it.
Maybe it's time for you and nine other singles in your area to get "Scandalous"...
As the relationship progresses, both begin to think about seeing other people, Gabi saying she is always searching for “that constant newness”.
According to director Drake Doremus, who won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival with Like Crazy, the film was inspired by Nancy Jo Sales’ controversial Vanity Fair article “Tinder and the Dawn of the ‘Dating Apocalypse”. I think that was the genesis of the idea right there.
Then, chat with them in real time during your Netflix binges and Amazon marathons — and decide if their analysis of is sophisticated enough for you to want to meet them in person.
My Show Mate is the brainchild of entertainment journalist and self-professed "hopeless showmantic" Angela Manfredi, who dreamed of a "way to meet a great guy with whom I share a common interest" without getting off the couch. Although My Show Mate is still just an idea, with enough funding to its Kickstarter campaign, this Netflix-Tinder-mashup could become a reality.