Millionaire Matchmaker: Last Episode – More Drama than Matchmaking

Millionaire Matchmaker - Patti Stanger

Last night was the season finale of the Millionaire Matchmaker. Maybe I should say this, but I was very disappointed with the episode. totally over the top in the Bravo drama department, very little matchmaking substance.

Let’s pick it apart shall we? First Stacy returns demanding an apology from Patti. Yeah, like that is going to ever happen. This is TV honey. Seems like the producers were just looking for ways to stir up drama.

Making Stacy take a lie-detector test to see if she really wants to find love. Come on. That was nothingbut showmanship and rather poor at that. Some show writers sitting around going, OK what would a crazy big finale look like? I know, let’s get ADD Stacy to come back and make her take a lie-detector test. This is stupid and proved nothing except the beginning of the end in my book for the Millionaire Matchmaker.

Stacy picked Eben for her date – OK seemed like a decent choice. But then she proceeds to show him her exercise videos at the beginning of her date. What was that about? Who would do that? Seems rather contrived if you ask me. She didn’t act like that the first time, so why now did she decide to be so incredibly vain? Next and not unexpected, the finish includes the ever present blow up during the debrief with Patti throwing her out of the office again. Haven’t we seen that enough yet?

Switching gears to our football player Freddie, who has a history of “gold diggers”.  During his date, he was dramatically accused of not paying his child support, as dug up on Google. More drama for the camera. This also had to be planned.

Overall, I did enjoy the season. There were some really fun episodes that, for the most part, were highly entertaining. Call me a romantic, but I wish the season closer could have ended on a more heart-warming, upbeat and love-filled note. Ahh, but that’s not Bravo TV’s modus operandi is it?

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