Third-generation matchmaker Patti Stanger is back for a second season of Bravo's The Millionaire Matchmaker, ready to take on the influx of millionaires calling to be set up. Returning this season is her former executive assistant, Destin Jude Pfaff, who has been promoted and given additional responsibilities. Also returning is her Vice President of Matching, Chelsea Autumn.
In the fourth season premiere, Patti meets Brett Jacobsen, a 28-year-old CEO of Her Energy Drink, and David Golshan, a 29-year-old retail owner. Brett is a millionaire who is always on the go and, according to Patti, suffers from “dating ADD." Patti is worried that his impulse to wander is not attractive to a woman who looking for a serious relationship. Meanwhile, David is all about image and suffers from what Patti calls NPD, "Narcissistic Personality Disorder."
When Patti throws a mixer to introduce the millionaires to the ladies of her choice, she has a difficult time when Brett proves Patti’s fears correct and takes down a third girl's phone number after picking his two for the mini date (a clear example of dating ADD). David, on the other hand, only wants to talk about sex, which is against Patti's code of conduct. Patti devises a plan to rid David of his dating flaws and sets him up with one of her life coach specialists, Lisa Shields.
On their dates, Brett wines and dines his girl at an elegant, vintage speakeasy, while David has rented out an art gallery for his date and surprises everyone with his genuine sweetness.
Back at the office, Paul Murad — the millionaire from last season who proposed on his first date — pays a visit, but Patti is less then thrilled.