The series centers on a Los Angeles matrimonial attorney (Alicia Silverstone) who doubles as a high-end matchmaker even though her own love life is less than perfect.

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 Victoria Carlson 18 episodes, 2003
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 Michael Mendelson 18 episodes, 2003
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 Nick Paine 18 episodes, 2003
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 Jerry Fox 18 episodes, 2003
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 Lauren Logan 8 episodes, 2003
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The series centers on a Los Angeles matrimonial attorney (Alicia Silverstone) who doubles as a high-end matchmaker even though her own love life is less than perfect.

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Show was based on the life story of Samantha Daniels, a real-life Professional Matchmaker who owns the company Samantha's Table. She also started out as a divorce attorney like Kate Fox, the main character in the show. See more »

Quotes

Kate Fox: Sometimes confronting the past is the only way to move on.
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Featured in The 61st Annual Golden Globe Awards (2004) See more »

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Love Is Gonna Get You
by Macy Gray
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Miss Match is a great show!!

Miss Match is a humorous, dramatic, relatable and all around likeable show. If you haven't seen the episodes that aired from September to December you have definetely missed out. Miss Match is the story of Kate Fox (played by Alicia Silverstone) a young divorce attorney who moonlights as a match maker. She practices law at her father's(played by Ryan O'Neil) law office. Kate and her fellow divorce lawyer, Nick (played by James Roday)bump heads and are always differ on opinions on cases they work on. Kate is best friends with Victoria, (played by Lake Bell) a bartender. Then, there's Michael,(played by David Conrad) the guy who Kate may or may not end up with. Every episode Kate is asked by different individuals, all in different situations to match themselves or someone close to them with a suitable partner. A few examples are: A woman asks Kate to find a match for her fiancee' to make sure that he really does want to get married to her, since she is the only woman he has ever dated. A mother asks Kate to find a match for her daughter who is gay. A woman from India asks Kate to find a match for her according to her astrological sign before she is forced to have an arranged marriage by her parents. Plus, we have the ups and downs of Kate's personal relationships with men, her parents, her clients, her coworkers and friends. The title song of Miss Match is nicely sung by Macy Gray. All in all this show is a must see on NBC!! Unfortunately not enough people have tuned in to see Miss Match. It has not been on the air since December.

It has not been officially cancelled but there is no return date scheduled at this time. Hopefully, NBC will bring it back this summer with the remainder episodes and new episodes in the fall. If you haven's seen Miss Match please give it a chance. If you liked Alicia Silverstone in Clueless, you will love this!!


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