Cast Blog: #MDL

Showdown: Round One

Episode 9: Closing Time

Stunning, Sleek, and Sexy

A Shared Vision

No More Drama

Episode 8: Flagg Day

Be Yourself

Out and Proud

Million Dollar Soap Opera

Episode 7: Welcome to Heatherbreak

Just Because I'm Gay...

Unsolved Mysteries

You be the Judge

Episode 6: Madison, Turn Off the Dark

My Autobiography

The Wow Factor

Pleasure Principle

Episode 5: Real Estate Love in This Transgender Club

A Great Challenge

Dating in Public

Episode 4: Think Outside the Lease

In Defense of Gimmicks

Game Time

Melons and Money

Episode 3: The Haves and the Have Nots

Learn from the Best

On to the Next

Double Your Pleasure

Episode 2: Welcome to Bizarro World

I Vant the Car

Million Dollar Mitzvah

Take the Bottle and Run

Best in the Biz

Time to Shine

Saved by the Ding Dong

What A Journey!

My Love Life?

The Season Finale!

Talk is Cheap in the BU

I'm Gay ... Who Cares?

Be Who You Are

Showdown: Round One

Madison's wary of Josh Altman's intentions regarding Heather.

How romantic... Josh Altman pulls out all the stops to impress my assistant Heather. It turns out, she was impressed and decided to plant one on him. I saw sparks, did you? It was quite entertaining to watch the two of them fidget around while flirting, but I will not forgive the "Mom, call me at dinner" scene. Ridiculous to think that this was going to just sneak through the cracks like it was a coincidence. This scene made me think Josh Altman's mom is his number one woman, not Heather, or any other woman for that matter. So, I confronted him. I loved it. Heather really is like a sister to me -- and at this point I am not looking for a brother-in-law.  

I am glad Josh Flagg struck a deal with the lovely Candis Cayne. That was a colorful bunch -- and I think Josh Flagg is starting to show his true colors.   

And let me just say how much I love Lydia Simon, the agent who brought me in on the listing in the Russian neighborhood. The newspaper transalation scene was awkwardly funny, but even funnier is that it worked! People showed up from the ad -- I was truly surprised. I guess good old newspaper advertising is still the way to go for certain neighborhoods. Yet again, another high pressure real estate deal. Good times. 

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