I don't really think I'm that geeky, but pretty much anyone who knows me would argue the point and probably win.
I issue book recommendations like prescriptions for psychotropic drugs, to much the same effect.
I am cynical, geeky, and curious.
a) The Illuminatus Trilogy, Hitchhikers Guide (and sequels and everything else by Douglas Adams), Neverwhere, Don't Stop the Carnival, Where Am I Now - When I Need Me, Good Omens, Johnathan Strrange and Mr. Norell, Principia Discordia, The Respectful Prostitute, Naked, Action Philosophers, Assignation Vacation, Mrs. Dalloway, the Discword series and anything by P.G. Wodehouse. I'm sure there are more, but that will do for now.
b) L.A. Story, Donnie Darko, Life Aquatic, I Heart Huckabee's, The Princess Bride, Memento, Saving Grace, Casino Royal (the silly one they made in 1967), Magnolia, Palindromes, Little Miss Sunshine.
c) The Middleman, Parks and Rec, Community, Lexx (In spite of everything that is horrible about it), Psych, Leverage, Pulling, Spaced, Yes Minister, Doctor Who, Happy Endings, Frasier, Buffy, Dollhouse, Mission Hill, Arrested Development, Better Off Ted, Avatar the Last Airbender.
d) Lemon Demon, Brad Sucks, Voltaire, The Books, Aimee Mann, Bach, Mates of State, The Postal Service, the Brown Derbies, Fog, Miike Snow.
2) Plenty of books (usually in the form of a local library).
3) A computer w/ internet connection.
4) A comfy blanket.
5) Air, food, water, shelter, chocolate, etc. (you know; the essentials)
6) A little alone time.
Yeah, my Friday nights get pretty wild. Oh! Oscar Wilde, I like him too.