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It's not easy finding a mate so people often turn to matchmaking services to help them in their searches for love. One option for people in the Chicago area is LuvBizChicago, a family business run by head matchmakers Lisa and Jim -- who used to be married -- and their adult children. As they run the company, Lisa and Jim have to deal with a staff of wild, young matchmakers. Another obstacle they face is Jim's former mistress, who has a knack for creating drama for the company's employees and clients. The show features appearances by "Million Dollar Matchmaker" star Patti Stanger, who also serves as an executive producer.

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aired 485 days ago
A shocking secret is revealed at an explosive family dinner; Annie loses it when she catches Rusty kissing girls; Nikki loses a celebrity client.
aired 486 days ago
Patti Stanger flips out when she learns Lisa set her up, and the future of LuvBiz may be at risk; frisky Nikki scares virgin client; Rusty and Annie get heated over their secret romance.
aired 487 days ago
Patti shocks Annie with a surprise mixer; Annie snubs Rusty when she dates someone new; Jim fears the plot to set up Patti could ruin LuvBiz, so he sabotages it.
aired 488 days ago
Nikki's proposal shocks Lisa; Patti grills hot men for Annie's surprise mixer; John goes undercover on a date with LuvBiz's toughest client; Nikki blackmails Lisa.
aired 489 days ago
Patti Stanger brings heat to the Windy City; Patti grills the LuvBiz team and explodes on the recruiters; Jim and Lisa face their toughest client; Nikki gets wasted; Jim fears Annie's idea may backfire.
aired 490 days ago
An enraged Annie discovers that her mother called her ex-boyfriend; Nikki steals Annie's client; Lisa calls Patti Stanger for help.

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Matchmaker Patti Stanger struggles to keep her own personal life on track while running her matchmaking business, Millionaire's Club, which is dedicated to helping wealthy and demanding men and women find the mate of their dreams. She uses every trick she can think of to assist her clients in finding Mr. or Miss Right. Each episode features two clients on dates arranged by Patti and her team. Episodes also detail Stanger's own difficulty in finding a mate for life. She has been engaged but never made it far enough in a relationship to actually walk down the aisle. Not yet, at least.
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