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Lifestyles of the Rich and Superficial gee 3 February I never believed that anyone could come up with a TV show that I would despise.
Reality programming has accomplished what I thought impossible. The Millionaire Matchmaker is apparently paid big bucks for her expertise in matching up clients. Does she use some kind of personality assessment, measure of compatibility, or even consider informally the background, education, or goals of the client and potential mate?
This is bad enough but for the Matchmaker servicfs this series to give some sort of lip service to the notions of long term relationships, marriage, and stability when the true goal is obviously nothing more than brief liaisons between the rich and the beautiful plumbs the depths of hypocrisy in a way that few other reality series have. I realize that reality TV is an oxymoron but the world being reflected by matchh program, be it real or not, is a completely repugnant one.
Was this review helpful? Post Traumatic Matchmaker Syndrome. Bravo and other channels give the green light to shows like this one.
The Millionaire's Club is the exclusive matchmaking service where ONLY financially successful men meet exceptionally beautiful and intelligent women. A dark place People are suffering out there People who servvices hard their entire lives are screwed.
This show just rubs it in their faces and it is sickening. Patti is mean spirited, snotty, self absorbed, arrogant and superficial. In these times The rest of us would get laid off, fired, let go. Bravo renews her show 4 times. Patti honestly said Courtney Cox should see her marriage "as a business deal.
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I have seen her make a jerk out of herself on several nationally syndicated TV talk shows who were dumb enough to ask her onand they never asked her back. Five seasons of this show?
The producers giving this show the nod for the first time should be charged with servicess stupidity. She probably turned on the charm and laughs about what suckers Bravo's executive producers are on a daily basis Do not watch this show unless you want to throw your television set out the window.
Saying yes to this show clearly demonstrates why Bravo is a ratings failure. Joel McHale from 'The Soup' exposed her lousy attitude a few times.
Once he even pointed at Patti Stanger's face on the screen and simply replied I agree with Joel. Bravo, Bravo.