It was an open invitation for something more to come.
The beauty of a show like Mythbusters is their longevity in a world where a lot of television fans are very specific about what they do and don't like. Things have to follow so much of a plot or have so much drama to keep interests. They have to cover similar or the same ideas over and over, and the show definitely cannot focus on anything other than its hosts. Mythbusters breaks a lot of conventions while holding up their own television traditions though. I want to take some time to discuss some of the things that make this show great, because it really does need saying.
There's nothing wrong with wanting to stay single. Sadly, there are a lot of people around the world who feel like being single is the worst thing ever. This leads to the thought that they must "help" you no longer be single by trying to set you up with those they deem worthy of dating you. Of course, there's a key consultant missing from this process most of the time: you. Be it friends, neighbours, family, or even just the stranger who has seen you a few times and noticed that you weren't with anyone, stopping your single life is something that people feel they are tasked to do even when not asked.
First off, it is important to note that a lot of colleges and universities will dictate that you have a minor relevant to your choice of a major. In fact, some colleges and universities will not let you enroll or participate in classes or any other part of the college experience if you do not do this.
Growing up in a household that held to religious beliefs without practicing actual religion was confusing. It made more sense when church was finally attended on the regular. But it never clarified anything within me.