Mitch chooses the perfect match, Tova -- a beautiful, sweet girl he takes on an amazing first date –- filled with car service, exotic animal feeding, and private chef prepared meals. They talk and connect. And even though Mitch slightly reverts back to his old ways of oversharing his feelings, Tova takes it with a grain of salt. A "wrinkle that can be ironed out," I like that.
Ayinde chooses Bracha -- a culinary instructor who has it all going for her -- brains, body, and talent. He takes her (without telling her mind you -- so she's all decked out) on a crappy first date planting a tree, followed by a diner where he grills her on food choices, education, and everything else under the sun. Ultimately concluding that she's not a good enough for him -- because she's got an up and coming business! Yep, throat officially slit of the good boy. Sigh.
In the end, Mitch balanced his good and bad -- and came out on top. Ayinde, on the other hand, didn't. Instead, he got kicked out of our offices. . . dragging his dead good boy behind him.
LOVE YOUR SHOW, GUYS! Two comments on your match customers: Yikes, Ayinde! He reminds of a song lyric, "we were both so in love with you." I think Patti is right on when she says this guy's gonna be single for a loooooong time. Yep. Bracha handled herself with class, sharp humor and did NOT let this guy get under her collar. Bravo, Bracha! You rule, girl! The man is a Machine Gun Questionaire. He doesn't care how fabulous his dates are because I think his whole agenda is dumping strong, beautiful women. He gets off on it and came back to do more of his demoralizing boogie! What a jerk!
LOVE Tova and Mitch together. They are adorable and I'm really rooting for them. Great matchmaking, Patti!! You are amazing.
I am so happy you are making Rachel your wife, yes about time! You two are cute and perfect for each other. love that your little guy going to best man. After the wedding I hope you choose to work on getting a little girl for your perfect family! Nice season so far! Keep up the good work!
The way I see it, Mitch didn't even have to worry about bring out the bad boy - from what I saw, he was awkward, continued to reveal and say too much, even said to Tova "I don't have much of a game". Who the hell says something like that to a girl on a first date? But yet, he found the right girl. The problem with today's media-driven world, is that there aren't enough women like Tova ... who are truly in touch with themselves enough to realize that they don't need bad boys and that even if a guy stumbles a little bit and is a little awkward, he can be a good partner and lover. The unfortunately part is there are very few women like that.