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Patti plays matchmaker for a painfully shy movie star and tries once again with Shauna from the previous season.
It is a one-of-a-kind episode this week as Patti takes on a "Millionaire-ess" with a twist: Tricia is a 38 year-old divorcee who swings both ways and is interested in both men and women! Will she be able to identify if her perfect match is of the male or female kind? And Patti's other client, Trevor, is a sheltered mid-western farmer who has a lot to learn about the big city! Will Patti be able to break him in before he meets his potential dates? And what happens at the recruiting session when Trevor and Tricia seem to be interested in the same woman?!moreless
Patti finds love for a commitment-phobe and a client who loves breaking the rules!
Patti finds love for a smooth talking attorney and a young Internet entrepreneur!
Patti helps a Hollywood director and a ruggedly handsome man find love.
Patti takes on former-client "Jimmy D" to see if she can find him love a second time around. But Patti is nervous that the cocky, over-confident bachelor hasn't changed his ways, including his infamous referral to himself in the third person! Patti's other client this week, Matt, proves to be a handful as well when he expresses his laundry-list of the perfect woman. But when Patti presses him on his expectation for religious values and sex, Matt gets defensive; will Patti be able to deliver to his expectations?moreless
Highlighted in the reunion special is all of the matchmaking drama from Season 3.
Patti plays matchmaker for two Hollywood producers, one a Canadian trust fund millionaire and the other a self-professed chauvinist.
Patti's latest client Ayinde is a certified commitment-phobe that has a major wall up. The solution: Patti sends him to a psycho-therapist to get down to the emotional meat of his issues before he can be ready to date, will Patti's recommendation help or hinder Ayinde? Meanwhile Patti's other bachelor Will thinks he is the total package and has impossibly high standards to go along with it. Will Patti be able to break it down for him with the harsh truth that he is not as perfect as he seems?moreless
Patti is dealing with a serious narcissist this week when she takes on new client Doug, a 39 year old gay millionaire whose impossibly high standards have him coming up short in the love department. Can Pattiteach this egocentric to adjust his standards? And Patti's other client, British import Nicole, is a 40-year-old divorcee who demands the "perfect" man that doesn't truly exist. When Patti gives the high and mighty millionaire-ess the inconvenient truth that at her age, her options are limited especially in youth-obsessed L.A will she adjust her thinking or drop Patti?moreless