Barry, if I may suggest a question. What was the watering of a plant that is being given no sun/light for?
Plants need water for their roots...that's true...if they are in the ground. Your geraniums are not in the ground...they are going nowhere but into dormancy.
Many plants are brought in before being hit with frost and taken to a sunny window where they can be continued to perform.....for a time before they stop.
With no sunlight, the stems will grow weak, the leaves will wilt...the overall health of the plant will go downhill.
What to do?
Bring it upstairs...into the light...cut it back to about 3" or 4". Water it as required..no fertilizer until new leaves form.
Always water til drainage is seen...then the excess is dumped. Then allow the plant to dry down ..about 1" below the surface before watering again....and again, water til drainage is seen in the saucer. Dump the excess.
Hopefully there is still some life in the plant yet to recover. About mid-February, light levels will begin to get better and hopefully will have sufficient to re-act on the plant.
You should really do the other method. In October before any hint of frost, remove from their soil...bring it in to the basement...cool ...temps near 50 to 60 F...(10 - 15 C) Hang them up, upside down.
They there are allowed to sit...no water, no light, no nothing....until mid February when they are brought out, cut back, put into new fresh potting soil with shards below the roots to keep the soil above for good drainage, taken to a sunny window, watered as described above and not until new leaves come on do we begin feeding 20/20/20...every 3rd watering at half rate.
In about 6 weeks, a good amount of foliage will be back...in another 2 to 3 weeks, new buds will form.
When its time for the annuals to go into the garden, is the time for the geraniums to go back outside....better this year than last year....better next year '06...than '05....better in '07..than in '06.....better...