The Real Sanford And Son

Making a Match: Crashing Chilli's Date!

Making a Match: Larry Birkhead & Melyssa Ford

Patti Turns NeNe's Bridesmaids to Brides

A Waste of a Good Mirror

Getting a Nice Guy for Rachel Uchitel

Breaking 'Matchmaker' History

Two Millionaires That Shouldn't Be Single

The Critical Dick Goes Home Alone

A Dorky Doc and a Hopeless Romantic

Carson Kressley, the Millionaire Whisperer

Patti's Vlog: Everyone Gets a Valentine!

Patti's Vlog: Patti's the Love Doctor

Patti's Vlog: Stefan Richter Tried to Date Patti!

A Bashful Beauty and a Not-So-Golden Oldie

A Shallow Old Dog and a Sweet River Rat

What Rosie Wants and a Gay Hugh Hefner

Great Expectations and the Running Man

Courtney Kerr and a Swedish Peacock

Sarcastic Cheban and a 'Man-diego' Bachelor

Sweetheart Swayze and a Virtual Phantom

Patti's Biggest, Most Tempting Mixer Yet

A Red-Hot Night for the Millionaires

Time for Some Spice: The Ginger Mixer!

Gaynor Gets the Girl (So Does Allison!)

Adam Gaynor Wins, Allison Baver Skates By

Patti Says Leave Boss at the Business

Chef K Wins One for the Lesbian Team

Mitch Berger, NFL Peter Pan, Grows Up

Johnny Out Sweets Yigit

Sweet Yigit Gets No Sugar on His Date

Just Robin Being Robin

Bye-Bye Bradley, Hello Kitty

Robin Kassner Gets Serious

The Rules According to Aimee

Matt "The Candy Man" Riviera

Time for Patti to Give Me a Raise

Skeet Shooting is a Bad Date Idea

Let the Man Be the Man on a Date

Irv's Nerve

Patti's Favorite Episode

The Real Sanford And Son

The "millionaire" and faux Chris Angel


I basically felt "punked" when I took Julien on as a client because I still don't believe to this day that he is a millionaire. The whole experience was a little different, and was not the smoothest thing that I would have liked. I think unless Julien goes out and buys a condo for himself, or even rents himself an apartment in Beverly Hills Proper, he's b.s.-ing me! Anybody who lives the way he lives, and calls himself a millionaire...even "Sanford and Son" lived better. I mean it's ridiculous. I think he "talks the talk," but does not "walk the walk." As long as he continues to go for the hottest girl, and wants her to love him without his money, he's fooling himself, and is going to be single and alone for the rest of his life.

As far as BoDean goes, I wasn't feeling sincerity from him. He came on to me very strongly, and then he came on to the girls in my staff very strongly. I feel that he is just the ultimate flirt and that he's not serious. At the end of the episode, I asked him "what are you going to do about Tara? Are you going to call her, ask her out for a second date?" He said, "We'll see."

He was very "airy-carry" and wishy-washy about it, like he's bigger and better dealing it already and serial dating. It was making me feel like he wasn't as sincere as the rest. He's already had his kids and he's been married so he wants to play. He wants to delve into that adolescent behavior that he probably didn't get to indulge in when he was a young kid. He's walking that Chris Angel line, which is so creepy right now. Him and Copperfield (shiver.)

As for the restaurant where this episode took place, I loved it! I thought the atmosphere was beautiful and the surroundings were wonderful. It was a very easy place to get along. In the end, I thought the whole event went smoothly.