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What a week! My first millionaire is Dr. Emil Chynn, he’s a super smart eye surgeon who lives in Manhattan, but can’t find love. What gives? His problem is he’s so technical minded, he has no idea how to romance a woman. No freakin’ idea. He even has a list of all the requirements a woman has to meet before they can date. It’s like a page long. That’s not how you find love, that’s how you hire an employee.
My other millionaire, Daniel Passov. He’s tall, handsome, Jewish, and owns a successful t-shirt company in San Diego. Why hasn’t someone snatched him up already? These type of guys are never single. Daniel’s problem is that he’s more in love with the idea of meeting a woman in some magical Hollywood moment than he is in actually building a relationship. I need to get him to stop being moonstruck and start doing the work to build a lasting relationship like the one his parents have. Times are different, it doesn’t just fall into your lap like magic.
Daniel ends up selecting Ariel for his master date. She’s perfect for him: beautiful, smart, ambitious, Jewish. She’s even spent time in Israel. Daniel takes her to make her own perfume, which is such an awesome date idea. I loved it. They both had a great time. I hope it’s not too long before Daniel’s stepping on the glass. Mazel tov!
Dr. Chynn picked Stephanie, a beautiful psychologist. This should be a slam dunk, but Dr. Chynn blows it. Shocker. He starts grilling her with questions like, "How soon does she want to have kids?" This is a first date, not a job interview.
At least Dr. Chynn realizes what he did wrong. Hopefully on the next date he can actually bring some subtly and romance. I can lead the doctor to the gold course, but I can’t force him to hit a hole in one.