Third-generation matchmaker Patti Stanger is back for a second season of Bravo's "The Millionaire Matchmaker," ready to take on the influx of millionaires calling to be set up. In the second season ...
Patti takes on Shauna, a gorgeous cougar "millionairess" who owns an upscale salon in Minneapolis and enlists Patti's help to find her a hot, young trophy husband. Patti also checks back in with her ...
I got a Degree in PR.
So why aren't you doing that?
Oh, I burned out and decided to do something else.
Who says that? "I got my MBA but don't know how to use it!"
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"Millionaire Matchmaker" is probably the worst show to ever be on television. I cannot imagine a more repulsive television program being produced, even if a TV producer made repulsive television their goal.
I will not attack anyone involved in or on the show personally, as I believe that is wrong. However, I will say that this television program is only watched by people who enjoy the way it dances around the fine line between gold-digging and prostitution. I have friends who enjoy this show and that is what they get a kick out of... watching guys who should settle for sweet, less attractive, less interesting women pay a faux-madame to set them up with porn stars, strippers, and struggling actresses who one day might be porn stars and strippers.
Honestly, I can see why people find it amusing to watch terribly misguided people do terribly misguided things, but I find it too revolting to laugh.
In the episode that I watched, I found it pretty repulsive until I saw the owner of the agency demand that a potential client whose mother was in the hospital had to be pursued immediately for a cashier's check. That is when I realized this was more disgusting than anything that had ever been on television before. I would hope that scene would demonstrate to potential clients why they should not send in their money.
This has got to be the worst show ever.
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