The world's most renowned matchmaker, Patti Stanger, returns with millionaires from her past and present as they bring their relationship problems and issues to the exclusive "Millionaire's Club" for a final chance at finding love.
You too can find true love. Just ask the thousands of happy couples brought together by Patti Stanger, CEO of the Millionaire's Club matchmaking service and star of Bravo's hit TV series "... See full summary »
They're often blond, very ambitious and always beautiful. They're the young women who travel from towns and cities across America in hopes of sharing one man's incredible dream: life at the... See full summary »
Hugh M. Hefner,
Yes, I'm a liberal woman but I'm appalled by Patti Stanger and this show of setting up people for marriage. Her clients are all superficial, lame, and vain. They all think highly of themselves and expect the same. The men or women who come to the social gatherings are nothing special. Like one episode, she has an Israeli Jewish guy named Uri who is self-centered and vain about himself. He wants a Jewish girl who dances to marry and bear his children. Then there is a Kurdish Persian Muslim guy who brings his entire family to see behind the window about the possible future wife. It's highly unlikely this guy will satisfy his demanding mother. I would say that the two men have more in common and should have gone out for a drink. Their expectations are high because they have millions of dollars. Patti states that she'll let Uri have first chance with the Jewish girls who come to the window. But obviously, Patty was playing favorites with Uri coming up first. If Uri was really religious, he wouldn't go to her but a Jewish matchmaker. Patty didn't seem to care or show much interest for her second client. She found him arrogant but I find the same with her. Patti appoints herself to be the authority on the Jewish culture but times have changed. In fact, she forgets to inform the audiences that more than half of all Jews marry outside their religion and ethnicity which is a fact. They also look for love outside their comfort zones and many have liberal views about the world. You don't fall in love with an idea but a person. I think it's all forgotten in this show. If Patty was so great, why isn't she married herself?
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