Did you watch this week’s episode of the Millionaire Matchmaker? It was another great show! The theme Tuesday night was the “Bumpkin and the Bisexual.”
Somehow, this young, good looking Christian guy from Indiana (was it?) came to Patti for help finding a good match. Seems hard to believe he couldn’t find love with the help of his 50 relatives in his own backyard on the farm…Maybe its a small town. What do you want from a guy who says Pizza Hut is his favorite restaurant? He was pretty cute though.
The good news about Trevor is that he really listened to Patti’s advice and managed to select Patti’s two picks for his mini-dates. Then he went with the traditional blonde country girl for his big date at the 1-800 Flower farm. Nice setting but, uh, is Patti getting a bit commercial? Well, might as well make hay while the sun shines – that’s what they say down on the farm.
Tricia is divorced and curious about dating a woman. She did have one experience in her past and thought it might be a good way to go after her husband of ten years cheated on her. Patti wasn’t totally convinced but went with the flow to provide what her client desired. At one point during the mixer, both Tricia and Trevor were talking to the same woman – that was a hoot!
After selecting the cutest macho woman out of the bunch, Tricia and her date went roller skating together, followed by dinner. There was some voice over in which Tricia admitted she wished her date had been more aggressive, so I wasn’t surprised when she told Stanger during the debriefing, that she prefers men.
Big Surprise – Patti’s Past Comes Out
Today, when I visited the Bravo site, I saw there were a bunch of new video clips from the show and one of them had been edited out from the show. There it was on the web – Patti admitting her own adventure as a bi-curious woman. Just once she says…She much prefers the staff!
It’s always something on the Millionaire Matchmaker!
I really appreciate Patti’s no nonsense approach with her clients and how she tells them like it is. When I speak with my matchmaker friends, they laugh saying if they ever spoke to clients like that – they’d have no clients! That wouldn’t work so well with some of my dating coaching clients either. Maybe when I get rich and famous like Patti Stanger….