Who says guys don’t make passes at girls who wear glasses? Introspective neo-folk singer Lisa Loeb came strumming and humming onto the MTV screen with her hair quasi-beatnik straight and dark, her clothing stiff and formless, and her twinkling eyes shielded behind the screen of thick lenses and thick black rims. And what happened? Half the alterna-nation nerds in America fell in love with her. Even swank and sexy Gen X movie hunk Ethan Hawke, who could have nailed any chick he wanted, even eventually Uma Thurman, was not fooled by Lisa Loeb’s drab demeanor. So enchanted was Hawke that he directed Loeb’s 1995 debut video, "Stay."