The small screen has fallen head over heels for faux dating apps and sites that bear a striking resemblance to services you may already be familar with (cough, Tinder, cough); here's what to expect if you swipe right

By Amy Wilkinson
Updated October 31, 2014 at 04:00 AM EDT

Wallflower, A to Z
What It Is The cutesy cousin of OkCupid where hopeless romantic Andrew (Ben Feldman) works.
Romantic Prospects [4 1/2]
Andrew and Zelda (Cristin Milioti) find each other thanks to the site…but only after straight Zelda is mistakenly set up with a woman.

Boobr, Marry Me
What It Is A matchmaker for lesbians, “like Grindr is for gay men or Tinder is for straight men and whores,” as Kay (Tymberlee Hill) helpfully explains.
Romantic Prospects [4]
”I thought we were gonna fight, but we ended up f—ing!” Kay enthuses after being ”nip’d” on the app. Sapphic success story!

Dice, New Girl
What It Is Don’t confuse this shake-and-mate app with Tinder — as Schmidt (Max Greenfield) points out, users swipe up or down, not left or right. Nuance.
Romantic Prospects [3]
Perfect for lads hoping to score with three pieces of ”nanny” per week; poor for ladies not too keen on beard braids and wolf sweatshirts.

HumpR, How To Get Away With Murder
What It Is HumpR may want to keep Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) on retainer in the event of a trademark infringement suit from Grindr.
Romantic Prospects [1 1/2]
Unfortunately, it seems you’re less likely to meet a shirtless hunk than you are a blabbering, biased juror.

NoRules, Stalker
What It Is The online destination to find Mr. (or Ms.) Right Now.
Romantic Prospects [1/2]
Unless you consider home invasion a form of foreplay, best to steer clear of this unctuous URL.

Passion, The Mysteries of Laura
What It Is The no-frills dating site’s motto is ”Your soul mate could be just one click away.” Though based on what Laura (Debra Messing) finds, it should actually read ”one cock of a gun away…”
Romantic Prospects [0]
You will be murdered.