Anyway, Jim has a few issues – doesn’t realize he leads with is money and whatnot- but they’re easily curbed. Patti likes him – again things that make job easier – so that’s good.
We meet some girls, pick the ones we like for our mixer – and get the party started.
Jimmy picks poorly. Jim picks wisely.
Jimmy’s date involves airblown ‘skydiving’. Who thinks that’s a good idea for a first date? Definitely not his date.
Jim pulls out all the stops for his date, Selma, with a mini photo-shoot, gourmet dinner, and some secret rendezvous afterwards.
He reports back with an ear-to-ear grin, and we all know what happened.
In the end, I like Jim. He takes the place of my favorite client to date. Now, Jim, fund my next movie – Sushi Girl is out and I’m ready for my next project – and by project I don’t mean a millionaires with a chipmunk voice. D’oh! That’s next week. Sigh. This is my life.
Jim is great, but leave alone Stephanie, she is a great girl, the voice does not define her. You did lousy job for her, she was kind and sweet all the way and now you insult her through your blog. Why?
I liked him too. I didn't care for Patti showing off Jimmy's abs at the mixture, embarrassing Jim and leading with his looks and body, the exact thing Patti didn't want him to look for in a woman. Usually love and agree with Patti, but this time was a mistake.
Just saw the show, Jimmy G my goodness it's not surprising why some people stay single. I would have thought using the services of Patti and taking her advice was the whole point of going to her in the first place. You are supposed to choose the girl with personality so that you stimulate each other until the NEXT date. It's not surprising that he found his date a 'challenge' .
First sign of insanity doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. HINT: choose not just looks next time go for substance also.
Just my advice ;)
I watched the show with Jim and Jimmy and I absolutely fell in love with Jim. He was sweet, honest and looking for what his parents had..he is a keeper. I hope that the women he dated appreciates him for him. Sigh...now if they only made one like him out here in NY.
Every time I watch MM, I vow to "look past" the obvious physical stuff and focus on personality. In real life, that is so much easier to do when a friend from work, or a fellow customer from the local coffee shop becomes your date: I already know them a little bit and have already put the physical in the background. But when I have been fixed up on blind dates, it is a struggle to get past appearance: I am not even talking about 8s, 9s, or 10s (in fact, I feel intimidated by men who are "too" good0looking); I am talking about, say, shorter men with a paunch, balding head, and glasses. I did convince myself to really give someone like that a try, and we had three nice dates, the kind that allow a little hope to crop up again. On date 4, he did a 180 and became a nerdy, fastidious, snarky baby. SO: It would appear that magic and a professional matchmaking service are equal parts in order; without both of those elements at play, how does a 49-year-old single lady stand a chance?!
Jimmy G., REALLY???? and I have news for you, Charlize Theron is 37. So you better find yourself a new celebrity crush! I hope Patty snuck a few gorgeous Jennifer Aniston types and Jennifer Lopez types in there, or do they not look good?...you are so self obsessed. I think you should just get a blowup doll of Charlize since your girlfriend won't be able to touch anything in your house and you expect perfection. Plastic ages well!