X-Men (2000)
X2: X-Men United (2003)
X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)
X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)
X2: X-Men United (2003)
X-Men (2000)
The Goonies (1985): Goonies, The (1985)
Beetlejuice (1988)
R.I.P.D (2013)
Men in Black (1997)
Austin Powers in Goldmember
The Waterboy (1998): Waterboy, The (1998)
The Waterboy (1998): Waterboy, The (1998)

The Top 10 Girls Geeks Love

by ncoles   July 31, 2009 at 10:00AM  |  Views: 7,995

It takes a special woman to grab the attention of a geek. Girls that geeks like have to be more than just hot or sexy or on the cover of magazines. They have to be a part of geek culture. They must be ensconced in geek-land and cherish the things geeks love.

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10. Jenna Fischer 


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Jenna Fischer’s character on The Office is the type of girl every geek wants to find and take home to meet their mother. Pam is shy, sweet, and sexy. Like Pam, Jenna worked as a receptionist and administrative assistant before she hit the big time and found television fame. It is reported that she can type 85 words per minute with 90 percent accuracy.

Jenna Fischer has an undeniable authentic, genuine quality to her. She is a true Midwestern, girl-next-door type. She was raised in St. Louis by strict parents who wouldn’t even let her visit the mall on her own.  During High School she has said she had one boyfriend and the craziest thing they got up to was eating McDonald’s french fries.

In 2007, Jenna sent geeks into a frenzy when she appeared naked on the cover of tech magazine Wired. Nice work Jenna!

9. Tricia Helfer


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This year’s series finale of Battlestar Galatica was one of the most anticipated television events in the geek realm. The main object of affection in that series is Tricia Helfer, who plays sexy cylon Number Six. The blonde Canadian babe plays numerous versions of her character and gets to kick ass. She’s one cool, calm, and collected other worldly being.

Tricia herself is a fan of science-fiction. Her father was a sci-fi geek and this rubbed off on young Tricia. She says she grew up watching and loving the worlds of Star Trek and Star Wars. Growing up in rural Canada left her relatively isolated from pop culture and she was not exposed to many films as a youngster. She says, “I can change my oil and fix a flat tire, but I can’t really get into a pop culture discussion.” That hasn’t stopped the former model from exploring the geeky world of video games and comic books.

Tricia has stated that she is not an avid gamer, but that didn’t stop her from appearing in the Electronic Arts video game Command & Conquer, where she played General Kilian Qatar. She says, “Even though I've never been involved in [gaming] in the past and I've never been a big gamer myself, I see it as a growing and advancing industry. I felt it was something I should open myself up to.” Similarly she voiced the character Boodikka in the recently-released animated Green Lantern: First Flight, even though she was unfamiliar with the comic books.

A hot girl delving into Geek Nation wins Tricia many brownie points.

8. Summer Glau


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Summer Glau’s role as the sexy, intelligent River Tam in Firefly and Serenity gained her instant geek-cred and a legion of fans, chief among them the Browncoats. She followed up that role by playing a terminator in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. Her terminator is by far the hottest, most beautiful cyborg in the Terminator world. She kicks ass, plays tough, yet also gets to shows off her ballet skills.

What draws geeks to Summer is the type of characters she plays. Her roles in Firefly and Terminator are similar. She says they are both “foreigners in their surroundings.” The characters both have difficulty relating to people around them and exist in an ‘other world’ and at the same time they are perfectly comfortable with who they are.

Summer cemented her placed in the hearts of geeks by appearing in a cameo of geek-sitcom The Big Bang Theory. In the season two episode Summer is stuck on a train with the show’s geeky leads. The hopelessly socially inept crew fawns over her and try to pluck up the courage to talk to her. This is a situation many of her fans wish they could find themselves in.

7. Morgan Webb


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Morgan Webb is hot and knows videos games better than you do. She is not one of those posers who's trotted out just to look pretty. Her authenticity and genuine passion for video games has cemented her place in the hearts of geeks worldwide. Some credit her with helping a lot of girls to get into gaming, or at least accept it. And for that, we thank her.

Morgan has been a pioneer in bringing tech and video game news to a wider audience and in doing so has assembled a legion of fans. She started her career with TechTV in 2001 after graduating from UC Berkeley. Her self-taught knowledge of all things computers and technology, coupled with her fine looks, saw her quickly becoming on-air talent.

She first appeared on The Screen Savers, the initial incarnation of Attack of the Show. In 2003 she began to co-host X-Play, a show dedicated to all things video games. She also wrote a popular column called “Tips From the Gaming Goddess” for FHM magazine. This year she branched out with another show, G4 Underground, a sort of 60 Minutes for the internet generation.

In 2004 Morgan topped a "Sexiest Techie" poll conducted by Playboy. Her prize was an offer to do a pictorial. Morgan politely declined, saying she was “very flattered” by the offer. Geeks worldwide may have not liked her decision, but there's something to be said for a girl that keeps it classy.

6. Tina Fey


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Tina Fey truly is the thinking man’s sex symbol and has been labeled a “sex kitten for geeks.” She is funny, sarcastic, intelligent, strong-willed, and talented. She has progressed from a self-described nerdy, frumpy writer on Saturday Night Live to an award-winning sitcom creator and star.

In 2007 she made the cover of Geek Monthly, a great honor for any geek. She said in an interview, “I am a nerd in real life; I think Liz Lemon may be a bigger nerd. Thank god there is Geek magazine, or what would I be on the cover of?” While appearing on Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Fey talked about her love of Star Wars and how she collected Star Wars figures as a kid. She says while other kids were out on dates, she was at home baby sitting her action figures. Oh Tina, you are so relatable!