Tonight! GAY NERDS creator JP Larocque will be appearing LIVE on Super Geeked Up, the weekly video chat show led by the creative team of the hilarious web series Super Knocked Up!

Join SKU writer/director Jeff Burns, Jourdan Gibson (Darkstar), Mark Pezzula (Captain Amazing) and JP (Nerdy Homosexual) as they talk about all sorts of geeky stuff and answer your fan questions.

Have a particular question or anecdote you want to share? Tweet it to @superknockedup and the panel will address it in real time. The show goes live at 11pm EST/8pm PST.

Gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo GAY NERDS!

We have some exciting stuff in the pipeline, and we promise they’re not Piranha Plants.

In advance of production on our second season, the GAY NERDS cast will be sitting down to talk about all things gay, nerdy, and Canadian with the fabulous web show The Canadian Nerd. More details on that soon, but check out this preview vid wherein we get name-dropped at 6:42. Holler!

Fresh off of facehugging Sigourney Weaver, our friends at Geeks OUT will be chatting with the cast and crew about what to expect in the upcoming episodes, a very special promotion, and the hottest look for the season: pregnancy pillows.


And finally, the awesome site G33KPRON will be running an interview with GAY NERDS creator JP Larocque, wherein he talks about season two, the role of gay nerdy females in the series, and future goals for the project.


Spring has sprung, and it’s looks nerdy!

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Because who doesn’t love a good trilogy?

That’s right, folks. After months of anticipation, tomorrow is the big day!

Geeks OUT presents Dream Weaver – Artists Paying Tribute to Sigourney Weaver

Thursday, April 4, 2013
7:00-10:00 PM

Holy Apostles Episcopal Church
296 9th Avenue
at 28th Street
New York City, NY 10001
United States

$10 Suggested

Click here to visit the Geeks OUT page.

And for more info on the event itself, visit:


Fans in Toronto! Our third episode “Gayliens” will be screened as part of the Toronto Short Film Revue! Come out and see all of the Sigourney spoof action on the big screen, with proceeds going to support the making of a lovely little indie short. March 27th at 7pm, with tickets $10 in advance and $15 at the door.

Click here for more info.