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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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Patti's client, Michael, is a young, wealthy man with movie-star good looks, but he is painfully shy and has trouble talking to women.
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Clients include a judgmental business owner and a heavy drinker from Brooklyn.
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Patti finds out her client is Kevin Strom, a self-professed chauvinist who wants an old-fashioned gal who will keep her mouth shut while he watches football.
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TV personality Caroline Manzo ("The Real Housewives of New Jersey") wants Patti to set up her two sons, Albie and Chris.
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While Patti announces she is sick and tired of dealing with some of her old clients, Shauna, 42, returns for more; Destin insists Shauna is now ready to take Patti's advice and date men who are age appropriate.
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Deciding to make a big change, Patti Stanger moves to the Big Apple.
aired 8 days ago
Patti helps actress Fran Drescher find a match for her ex-husband, Peter Marc Jacobson; Patti plays matchmaker for TV personality Dina Lohan ("Living Lohan") with the help of their mutual friend, Jill Zarin.
aired 9 days ago
TV personality Kenya Moore ("The Real Housewives of Atlanta") seeks Patti's help, bringing along fellow cast member Cynthia Bailey for support; singer-songwriter Taylor Dayne is ready to devote some time to finding love.
aired 10 days ago
TV personality Brooklyn Tankard ("Thicker Than Water") has a long list of demands for a potential mate; liquor entrepreneur Amit Ram balks at shaving his unruly beard.
aired 178 days ago
Patti helps former Philadelphia Eagle Freddie Mitchell; Patti reluctantly offers Stacy a second chance.
aired 178 days ago
A Hello Kitty fanatic loves her dogs; Patti worries that a commitment-phobic entrepreneur has anger issues.
aired 178 days ago
Patti is leery of a man who is after young, moldable guys; a woman believes she intimidates men.
aired 178 days ago
Patti is excited to help media queen Judith Regan; a workaholic looks for love.
aired 182 days ago
Patti turns her attention towards two new clients Daniel and Chris.
aired 183 days ago
Grammy-nominated jazz musician Jeff joins the Millionaire's Club; Patti diagnoses Jeff with "Divorced-dad-itus"; Harold returns to the Millionaire's Club and Patti gives him a "dating intervention."
aired 184 days ago
An extroverted CEO and an introverted advertising executive look to matchmaker Patti Stanger for help; Rachel fails to bring in the right girls for the recruiting session.
aired 185 days ago
Patti hires Destin's girlfriend, Rachel, as an assistant; Patti is excited to learn about a new client named Heidi who happens to be a millionaire; hotel executive Bill is interested in finding love with a younger woman.
aired 188 days ago
Patti hits the town with visiting girlfriends from Miami; Patti tries to squeeze social activities into a public relations guru's busy calendar and helps a risque Las Vegas hypnotist.
aired 189 days ago
Patti diagnoses Brett, a 28-year-old CEO, with attention-deficit disorder when it comes to dating; David suffers from what Patti calls narcissistic personality disorder.
aired 190 days ago
Patti sets up a real estate developer from Las Vegas with the owner of a model and talent agency in Los Angeles.
aired 191 days ago
A recruiting session for millionaires Robby and Brendan turns into a comedy of errors as an eclectic group of women parades through the Millionaire's Club offices.

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Patti Stanger has earned her "Millionaire Matchmaker" nickname (also the title of her previous show) through the years she has spent setting up wealthy people through her Millionaire's Club dating service, a practice she continues on this show. In each episode, two wealthy clients check into a luxury property in Southern California, where they unwittingly begin their "love lesson" through custom challenges designed by Stanger and her crew. Stanger then gives her feedback -- which can be brutally honest at times -- in one-on-one sessions with the daters, during which she gives an in-depth review of the surprise date. Each client is then introduced to the matches chosen by Patti, with the hope that one of them will be "the one." Stanger's team includes former beauty queen Candace, who has a psychology degree and is the top associate in Stanger's organization.
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