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Everybody Wins

Patti explains why she had good feelings about this week's matches, until Ayinde blew it.

Full transcript after the jump

So this week we've got two clients, Ayinde's back for another spin at the wheel. He basically is looking for even more than he did before. He wants the Ivy League, entrepreneurial, girl from a good family, who wants to be his wife tomorrow and have children in two years. Alright, so that's easy right? Not. And then we've got Mitch. Mitch is this great dad who lives in Hermosa Beach, that's in the internet business. He's got three gorgeous little munchkin kids. He is a full-time dad. He always dates the girl that basically takes advantage of him. He's too nice, so he's got no pep in his step. He's got no game.

Now it's recruiting session. I've got a million girls coming through the gates. I've got a Jewish hottie, Natalie Portman-type (which is his dream girl), Tova. And then I've got like six, bombshell, African American princesses with education, entrepreneur background, good families, and Ivy League. I have scored, scored, scored.

Now it's mixer time. Each guy is getting five dates a piece. So instead of doing two mini-dates, each guy gets an actual five minute date with every girl. This is the most relaxing environment. Everybody wins.

Mitch picks Tova this Jewish America little girl princess who lives around the corner in Hermosa Beach. She's a little bit on the young side. She's late 20s. He's in his 40s. I was a little worried about that, but they hit it off. There's chemistry. They're bobbing. They're weaving. We're having the best time ever. I'm like this is the girl that's going to take the cake home. For sure.

Now they're five, all-American, drop-dead gorgeous princesses form all over the country for Ayinde. It's anybody's game at this point. It comes down to Bracha and Monique. He picks Bracha, the prettiest girl at the party none the less, and the one with the most entrepreneurial background. I'm thinking this is a great fit. Everybody wins.

I call Tova up. Tova had the best date ever with Mitch. They already had their second date without even telling me. They're going on their third date. I am like "I have done it. I have done it. My tribe is happy."

Now I've gotta call Bracha and find out about Ayinde. Ayinde is the nicest guy I know. I am thinking nothing could have possibly gone wrong -- until he lead with his 21, obnoxious, invasive questions. As though he's the deal and you're just trying out for a job interview. I was mortified.

He discounts her immediately -- forgetting that he's sexually attracted. But why does he discount her? Because she's got extensions and makeup on. And that is the reason you're not attracted?

He comes into my office, he gives me attitude, he tells me I'm a terrible matchmaker. I basically throw him out of my house. Who's delusional here? Who needs the shrink here?