The Millionaires

Brian explains the difference between a playboy and a player and gives us an update on his relationship with Debra.

Aug 25, 2011

Clichés are often true. . .but the moral of Episode 2 is most certainly "Don't judge a book by its cover." In today's society we often hear that "Chivalry is dead." NOT! So the guy most likely assumed to be the antithesis of a traditional "gentlemen" proved the world and The Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger wrong. How cool is that?

But seriously, I loved working with Patti, Destin, and Rachel and all of the staff and crew. They are awesome and sincerely helped me. This was an amazing experience and a lot of fun and of course, I found a beautiful, smart, amazing girl in Debra.

I'm proud to be called a gentleman! I'm glad that my mother who taught me to respect women can be proud of the son she raised. A true gentleman is not only a gentleman to the woman that he is mating, dating, or courting. A true gentleman will hold open a door for any woman. He will carry groceries for an old lady too. Is that so unbelievable?

The Merriam Webster dictionary defines a playboy as: a man who lives a life devoted chiefly to the pursuit of pleasure.

I was billed as a "playboy," "a Hugh Hefner-type," and "Hugh Hefner wanna be." That's fine with me. Frankly it's an honor to be compared to Hugh Hefner, the world's most famous playboy -- who is also a great American entrepreneur. More importantly he is a wonderful philanthropist and has also made tremendous contributions to the progress of the rights of women, homosexuals and African Americans, as well as an overall healthier attitude towards sex in American society. He also saved the Hollywood Sign! So yeah. . .I "wanna be" like Hugh Hefner for all of those reasons.