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 »
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This show demonstrates what is wrong with trends in television today. Take away talent, tasteful writing, acting skills, and replace them with trash, and you have this show. The "star" of the show seeks to match millionaires with mates. One of her rules : Millionaires should flash their wealth. This show has no redeeming value. It is not even good to watch for any amusement.
On one episode, the matchmaker visited the home of one of her client millionaires. Although the home was decent and clean, she didn't think it displayed his wealth enough. She talked about the home as if it were a piece of trash, topping it off with something like, "I think I smell a vagrant passing by."
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