Andy Cohen sits down with Patti for the first-ever reunion special. They will be visited by some of Patti's most memorable clients, including Hello Kitty fanatic Robin Kassner, who offered to buy her date a Maserati; Stacy Kessler, who Patti accused of having a mid-life crisis; Zagros Bigvand, who didn't follow Patti’s rule of "no sex before monogamy;" retired NFL star turned ESPN-commentator Marcellus Wiley, Million Dollar Listing star Madison Hildebrand, and more.
Andy Cohen sits down with Patti for part two of the reunion special. Visited by some of Patti’s most memorable clients, including Hello Kitty fanatic Robin Kassner, who offered to buy her date a Maserati; Stacy Kessler, who Patti accused of having a mid-life crisis; Zagros Bigvand, who didn’t follow Patti’s rule of “no sex before monogamy;” retired NFL star turned ESPN-commentator Marcellus Wiley, Million Dollar Listing star Madison Hildebrand, and more.
In the first episode Patti introduces how she sets up Millionaires with women as she tries to find women for party boy Dave and older Harold.
This episode introduces young real estate mogul Julien and an aging rocker Jeff.
This episode introduces two new millionaires: Lonnie and Patrick. At the office Patti pressures her team to bring in more millionaires.
As her parents come to town for a visit, Patti helps her friends Tai and German in the quest of finding the perfect match. Also, Patti's own love life is questioned by her family.
Patti works with two young millionaires. With both of them being very shy, Patti will have to coach these two men and give them some hints about the dating arena.
Once peace is back among her staff, Patti works on finding the perfect dates for millionaire skater Robby and Brendan, a young guy from New Jersey.
Patti works on finding love for real estate developer Paul and for the owner of a talent agency. One of them will find his soul mate and give this episode a fairy tale ending.
Patti aids a 28-year old CEO of an energy drink company, and assists an image conscious retail owner.
Patti has landed a client which is much different than usual as she is a female and named Heidi. She is a CEO and fashionista. Elsewhere, Patti searches for a match for a handsome forty-something hotel executive who likes kids and much younger women. Back at the office, Patti has hired a new assistant who is Destin's girlfriend.
Patti works with two exact opposite clients, a vitamin company CEO named Laurence who is an extrovert, and Andrew, an introverted advertising agent. Meanwhile, drama unfolds when Rachel, the newest office hire, fouls up a recruiting session.
Jeff, a jazz musician, asks for Patti's help in finding him a girl gone wild. Meanwhile, Patti and Chelsea work frantically to find a mate for their client, who is a bit self-absorbed.
Patti has a pair of wealthy men to help out in this episode---Daniel is a celebrity artist, and Chris is a laid back surfer dude.
Shauna is a millionaire in search of a man with Patti's help, but catty friction arises between the two women which complicates matchmaking attempt. Meanwhile, a part-hearty male seeks a woman of the same makeup.
Patti escorts her staff to Napa Valley for an employee retreat, then plays a romantic for a former football player and a club owner from Chicago. Next, Patti intervenes at a mixer when a potential match does not go as planned.
Patti works overtime to find a match for a young NBA player find a love match. Patti's next client is thirtysomething and works in real estate developing, but she believes he needs a makeover first.
Patti seeks help from a psychic in gaining wisdom in her own romantic life. Back at the business, Patti assists a CEO/single dad and a cosmetic surgeon from Beverly Hills in finding romance.
Patti searches for dates and mates for an Israel-born real-estate maven, and a Kurdish-Iranian entrepreneur. The second man shocks Patti when he brings in his entire family to meet and choose the proper woman for him.
Patti's newest client who is looking for romance is a former member of Destiny's Child. Meanwhile, Kevin, a celebrity photographer, look for Patti's agency to make a romance for him that clicks.
Patti's girlfriends from Miami arrive for a visit, and the group heads out of town. Patti attempts to find romance for her first gay client, a work-oholic who owns a boutique PR firm. Patti's second client is a flashy entertainer from Las Vegas, who's act contains adult oriented material.
Patti Stanger is on top of her game! Her business is flourishing, she has a successful book under her belt and after years of helping others find love, Stanger herself is finally about to seal the deal and marry her longtime love, Andy. Will her upcoming nuptials affect her thriving business? And when her latest client, Omar, can't get past his paranoia that women are only after his money, will Patti be able to whip him into shape to find true love?
Patti takes on a successful entrepreneur who needs someone to help him be as aggressive in his love life as he is with his career. Will Patti help him step up his game? And Patti's other client this week is childhood actor Justin Shenkarow (Picket Fences) who has a bit of a stubborn attitude. When Patti comes over to stage a fashion intervention, she finds that his inflexible outlook may be a hurdle in finding him a match. Will she be able to get this Hollywood hothead to look beyond his comfort zone?
Patti revisits a client named Shauna, whom Patti clashed with in the past. This time, Shauna is willing to embrace Patti's advice and date an age-appropriate man. Patti's other client is young, rich and handsome, but this catch comes with a catch: He's painfully shy and has trouble communicating with women.
Patti definitely has her hands full this week: Hollywood Director Rupert Wainwright is 48-years-old, and knows it all. This Rhodes Scholar from Oxford, England wants Patti to help him find a great gal to share his life with, but Patti soon discovers that this will not be a simple task. Rupert is an ageist, telling Patti that his ideal woman would never be older than 29. The good news for Patti is that her other client is a dream come true. Smike Wallen is 41, handsome, rugged, smart, sensitive and gay! Patti immediately sees his one downfall, though – Smike travels so much he has not been able to set down roots, preventing any real long-term relationship from developing. She also needs to rid Smike of his tendencies to date younger men, much like Rupert.
Patti is busy with her booming business and her successful radio show. She’s definitely feeling worn down but is still excited to hear about her latest clients. That is, until she hears the name Jason Davis. Patti is all too familiar with this tabloid fixture’s antics and is not excited to take him on as a client. He is sloppy, eccentric and out of it and says he won’t change for anyone. It’s going to be a long week. But sweet relief comes in the form of Chelsea’s client, David Sheltraw: early 50s, tall, athletic, intelligent and hot! Could David really be that perfect?
A returning client named Jimmy D arrives from Las Vegas, insisting he's a changed man and enlisting Patti for matchmaking help. The second client is a computer millionaire who comes with a rigid list of criteria his partner must meet. Foremost among those demands: She must be a Christian woman.
Patti has her hands full this week. Chelsea reveals her millionaire is Tricia Cruz, a free-spirited 38 year-old divorcee who is thinking about switching teams and dating women. Patti questions if Tricia is really interested in women or just bitter about her ex-husband cheating on her right in front of her eyes.
Patti tries to plant the seeds of love for two eco-friendly clients. The first is a 39-year-old gay millionaire whose high romantic standards have hindered his love life. The other client is a female divorcée from England who owns a green-events company.
Patti tries to set up a love match for an erstwhile professional volleyball player who admittedly shies away from commitment. Her second client is a big-bucks trust-fund baby whom Patti appraises as cocky and selfish. Worse, he's blemished by a cheating past.
Love connector Patti Stanger tries to forge a romance for a trust-fund millionaire hoping to launch a career in show business, but his requirements for a woman prove to be too lofty. Patti's second client is a film producer with chauvinistic tendencies.
A moneyed Internet entrepreneur seeks a good date, as does a smooth-talking attorney from Florida.
In the Season 3 finale, Patti tries to concoct a love match for a self-made millionaire after two broken engagements. The other client is a returnee. He's a Kurdish playboy who broke series rules in the past, but Patti decides to give him one more chance at love.
The matchmaking dramas of Season 3 are highlighted in a reunion installment.
Matchmaker Patti Stanger takes a bite out of the Big Apple, extending her love-connection business from Los Angeles to New York City in Season 4. The fourth cycle opens with Patti playing Cupid for a sports fanatic and a 26-year-old heiress.
Caroline Manzo ("The Real Housewives of New Jersey") arrives, enlisting Patti to arrange love matches for her two sons, Albie and Christopher.
Patti begins to reconsider her move to New York when she meets her two exasperating clients. One's a judgmental 39-year-old gay business owner, the other is a rough-hewn Brooklynite who's interested in hanging out with his male friends.
It's in the cards that Patti will try to create a love connection for a professional female poker player. Patti shuffles this task with efforts to help a romantically challenged 40-year-old man.
Patti tries to draw up love matches for two lady millionaires. One is a worldly and sightly disc jockey, the other is a busy mother of four in an apparent midlife crisis.
Patti hits rough waters when she plays matchmaker for a big-bucks beach bum with a juvenile attitude. In addition, Patti works for a woman who graces romance-novel covers.
Patti tries to help two clients by enlisting the services of her resident body-language authority, Dr. Lillian Glass.
Patti tries to set up romantic matches for a tattooed divorce lawyer with a sculpted body and a Wall Street worker who's looking for love in all the wrong places.
Patti tries to author a romantic happy ending for book publisher and editor Judith Regan. Patti's other client is a work-consumed catering-company owner from Long Island.
Patti's big-bucks clients include a fortysomething heir to a diet-product fortune and a statuesque but icy woman from Russia.
A Hello Kitty fanatic loves her dogs; Patti worries that a commitment-phobic entrepreneur has anger issues.
In the Season 4 finale, Patti tries not to fumble when she plays matchmaker for former NFL player Freddie Mitchell. Patti also reluctantly works for a return client named Stacy. Not believing a word Stacy says, Patti feels compelled to set up a lie-detector machine for her client.
In the Season 5 opener, matchmaking maven Patti Stanger tries to forge a love connection for a fast-talking Internet mogul. Her other client is a worldly and outwardly charming production-company owner.
Patti plays matchmaker for a moneyed playboy. She also works for a Canadian who holds a negative view of career women. Deeming him a chauvinist, Patti enlists mother and mogul Tori Spelling to enlighten him about the all-encompassing modern-day woman.
Patti's clients are an awkward comedy writer who recently became a millionaire and an alleged prince who boasts about his fame and fortune.
An unassuming Southern gentleman mending a broken heart attempts to wade back into the dating pool with Patti's help. Patti's other client is a banker, but she pegs him as an insincere player-wannabe. As such, relationship counselor Pat Allen arrives to set the banker straight.
Patti hosts her very first all-gay mixer. She also tries to arrange a love connection for Madison Hildebrand ("Million Dollar Listing") while enlisting a therapist to help her second millionaire client.
Patti plays matchmaker for a controlling plastic surgeon from Las Vegas. Her other client is a thrice-divorced pole-dancing instructor who receives a makeover courtesy of Patti.
Patti springs into action to bring romance into the lives of two self-help specialists—one is a celebrity hypnotherapist and the other is a motivational speaker.
Patti spins her matchmaking magic for two amiable men. One is a returnee who is seeking the perfect woman and the other is a divorced father of three.
Patti tries to set up dates and mates for two sibling bodybuilders. It'll be heavy lifting for Patti, as one brother has spent the last three years in prison and the other went through a divorce after only six months of marriage.
Patti works for two young clients. One is a big-bucks computer programmer who lacks dating confidence, so Patti enlists Jenny McCarthy to tutor him in the fine art of wooing a lady. The second client is a twentysomething trust-fund baby with a penchant for being superficial.
Patti takes on a gender-bender case when she tries to find love for a colorful Las Vegas female impersonator. Patti also cooks up a love connection for a food-business owner who lacks personality.
Patti tries to create great date-and-mate fate for a fiftysomething musician and hopeless romantic who never married and hopes to have children. Patti also calls a romantic play for retired football player Marcellus Wiley.
Patti Stanger herself is the client in the Season 5 finale. Patti's own team try to forge a love connection for the matchmaking maven, as she wades into mixers and dates to find a new romance.
Andy Cohen hosts Part 1 of a two-part reunion featuring matchmaker Patti Stanger and some of her most memorable clients, including former NFL player Marcellus Wiley and reality personality Madison Hildebrand.
Andy Cohen hosts the conclusion of a two-part reunion installment featuring matchmaker Patti Stanger chatting about Season 5 dramas and revisiting some of her most memorable big-bucks yet romantically challenged clients.
Daniel Negreanu is a 37-year-old World Class professional poker player who is done gambling with love. But Patti sends him to astrologer Christopher Renstrom, and soon Daniel has his confidence back. If he plays his cards right this time, he might even find love. Patti's second millionaire is divorced, 40-year-old, family money heir Brian Holloway II. He's a total Mama's boy who brings his very English mama with him to meet Patti. Can Patti help Brian cut the apron strings and grow up?
Steve Lobel, a Jewish hip-hop manager from Queens who’s worked with everyone from Run DMC to Tupac. Steve looks and acts like a tough guy, but inside he’s soft like a teddy bear and wants to find his soulmate, settle down, and have kids. Can the right woman get past the Queens exterior and see the gentleman inside? Patti goes toe-to-toe with her second millionaire, divorced, 40-year-old plastic surgeon Dr. Alex Simpolous. Patti is horrified that he might be looking for perfection, as he was more than willing to make "surgical enhancements" to his last ex-wife. Will he be able to get past this desire and get to know a girl on the inside?
Patti has a Jim and a Jimmy, and their names aren't the only thing they have in common. First up is Jim Schramm, a 44-year-old entrepreneur from Beverly Hills who's newly divorced and tends to show off his money, which can attract the wrong kind of girls. Will Patti lead him to a girl that's not digging for gold? Patti has her work cut out for her with Jimmy Grdina, a 52-year-old divorcee from Scottsdale, AZ who is a perfectionist. Everything in his life is perfect, from the placement of the cans in his fridge, to the impeccable looks of his women. Can Patti break him of his perfectionist picker and teach him that there's more to a girl than just surface looks?
Patti's task is to set up Irv, actress Denise Richard's dad, whose wife passed away from cancer five years ago. Irv feels he’s finally ready to date again, but can Patti find the right woman for the 62-year-old who's looking for love again? Patti’s second client is an attractive, young millionaire, Stephanie Costa, who has a squeaky voice and an unlikely career as a retirement-home magnate. She just turned 30 and is ready for a serious man, but is used to dating jobless losers with no ambition. Patti's job is to teach Stephanie how to fend off the losers and be on the lookout for a winner she could end up with for life.
Angela Lutin is a hard-headed 37-year-old divorced mother. When Patti learns her best friend is Angela’s ex-husband, Greg, Patti flies him out to help Patti pick out the right guy for her. Can Patti find a guy strong enough to handle Angela’s domineering personality? Shonda, Patti’s second client, is a strong, 41-year-old African American woman who was cheated on by her last serious boyfriend. Shonda is also attracted to strong personalities and her celebrity crush is Donald Trump! Patti takes this wounded bird under her wing and shows her that she doesn't have to look for the strong business type to find an attractive man with heart.
Matt Riviera is 28, owns a sand and gravel company, but is probably best known in his Arkansas hometown for not only being a fan of Professional Wrestling, but for actually doing it! Patti, however, immediately recognizes that the wild child is a front for a real Southern Gentleman with a good heart. Aimee Elizabeth is a self-made millionaire and dance enthusiast who has done everything from buying and selling real-estate to penning a bestselling book, but has had less success with love. Patti realizes Aimee’s problems stem from control issues. Can Patti get Aimee to let go of control long enough to be open to love?
Patti is ecstatic to find out her first millionaire this week is actor Don Swayze. Don is Patrick Swayze’s brother and well known for playing the “scary dude” on TV; he's a Werewolf on True Blood and an Arms Dealer on The Bridge. Patti’s second client is a party entertainer named Randy Lehrman.
Kim Kardashian’s BFF Jonathan Cheban is a 39 year-old entrepreneur living in New York and Miami, who says he's ready to let Patti set him up. Patti’s second millionaire this week is Eric Berman. He’s a 41 year-old entrepreneur who’s always looking for the bigger better deal
Courtney Kerr is a fashion blogger, TV host, and star of Bravo's Courtney Loves Dallas. She’s stuck in her past relationships and needs to move forward to find love. Patti’s second client this week is Stefan Dahlqvist, a 39-year-old owner of a successful Norwegian clothing line.
Thirty-seven-year-old Joe Bayen was raised in Paris and has a net worth of $40 million. The entrepreneur and former champion runner wants to settle down and have a family, but he keeps traveling the globe for business. Patti’s second millionaire this week is Florida lawyer Frank Cerino. All the women Frank meets can’t reach his “great expectations.” This week holds a twist, as one millionaire backs out before his mixer, forcing Patti to help out a third client, Teague Eagan, who made his fortune in music and sports.
Fiona Forbes is a 40-something Vancouver TV host who finds Patti via her friend, NFL player Mitch Berger, who met his wife through Patti on an episode of The Millionaire Matchmaker. Although Fiona makes her money being an extrovert on TV, she is very shy and keeps to herself when it comes to her personal life. Can Patti get Fiona out of her shell long enough to meet Mr. Right? Patti’s second millionaire this week is 57-year-old Jack Roddy. Jack is a fire insurance salesman who grew up on the streets of Cleveland. Since his marriage ended years ago, he has been dating a string of young women who are always in need of help, and Patti dubs him the ‘Rescuer.’ Can Patti get him to look past the 20-somethings he has grown accustomed to ‘saving’ and find an age-appropriate woman that he will want to settle down with?
Patti's first millionaire is her friend, 41-year-old celebrity chef Stefan Richter. Stefan acts like a kid in a candy store when it comes to women. Can Patti get Stefan to change his ways? Patti’s next millionaire is real estate entrepreneur Brian Minter who finds himself dating the same party-girl type over and over. Can Patti get him to connect with a woman who doesn’t live the Vegas party scene?
Katrina Parker is a singer/songwriter and runner-up on TV’s The Voice, who has always put her love life second. Can Patti convince Katrina that she can have her career and have a relationship? Patti’s second millionaire this week is Dr. Theo Kousouli, a chiropractor that can’t seem to get his head and heart out of the office. Patti wants to help him separate “Dr. Theo” from "just Theo" so he can find the one.
It's the week before Valentine's Day and Patti, ecstatic to have a date this year, plans a huge Valentine's Ball for her two young entrepreneur millionaires -- Obama look-alike Matt Brooks and Tennessee native Adam Winters. Matt is a serial dater, and Adam Winters wants what’s tough to find -- a modern "city girl" who respects his "country" values.
Patti enlists the help of her friend, TV’s Carson Kressley, to match obnoxious Ian and NFL player Jeff Ogden. Thirty-three year-old Ian Bernardo is an art dealer and a spoiled trust fund brat who lives in New York City. Ian stands to inherit tens of millions of dollars, but the one thing missing in his life is true love. Ian has come to Patti to find him a man. However, the walls he has put up -- and his obnoxious behavior -- prove to be a lot to handle so Patti enlists the help of her friend, TV personality Carson Kressley. Will Patti and Carson be able to get Ian to be his true self so he might actually find a soul mate? Patti’s second millionaire this week is former NFL player, Jeff Ogden. Jeff is a 38-year-old entrepreneur who lives in Austin, Texas and owns a gym and a boot camp. Jeff has already been married twice: once for a month, and once for one day! Now he wants Patti’s help to find him "the real deal." Patti calls him an "emotional cliffdiver" who needs to think first before jumping into another serious relationship. Can Patti get Jeff to change his approach with women so the third time’s a charm?
Dr. Chynn is a 47-year-old eye surgeon from Manhattan who holds degrees from Harvard and Columbia among others. Patti decrees he is so "technical minded" that he doesn't know how to romance a girl. Can Patti cure Dr. Chynn of his "analysis paralysis" and help him to sweep a girl off her feet? Patti's second millionaire this week is Daniel Passov, the owner and operator of a national t-shirt company in San Diego. Daniel is tall, handsome, and polite, but has yet to find a soul mate. Patti finds Daniel has been waiting to get "moonstruck" by the perfect woman, whom he hopes will magically fall into his lap. Will Patti be able to make Daniel realize that finding a lasting relationship requires hard work and not just wishful thinking?
Justin Cooper is a 32-year-old advertising sales executive from Chicago. He’s a sharp dresser who runs a tight ship, and he expects his girlfriend to abide by the same standards. If they don’t, he tries to "fix" or "improve" them. Patti’s second millionaire this week is also in advertising. Chad Towersey is a 34-year-old Newport Beach native who loves to surf and loves the ladies even more.
Twenty-nine-year-old John Bonavia is a California financial advisor. For the past several years, John has been living a wealthy frat boy’s life in Hollywood with his rich buddies. Now that he is turning 30, he wants to settle down and have a family. Patti’s second millionaire this week is 43-year-old David Epstein, a cosmetic dentist who lives in San Francisco.
"Vegas" Dave is a 32-year-old professional sports bettor who has more luck betting on football than he does on love. He’s never been able to focus long enough to keep a girlfriend for more than two weeks. Patti’s next millionaire is mentalist Gerry McCambridge. He’s a popular entertainer on the Vegas strip who has trouble finding love.
Returning client Steve Lobel is a forty-eight-year-old music and entertainment manager who lives in Granada Hills, CA. Steve met with Patti back in 2012, and Patti dealt with softening Steve's tough exterior to show the teddy bear he really was. His first match didn't work out, but Steve is ready to give love another shot. Can Patti hone Steve's dating skills so that he can woo the woman of his dreams? Patti’s second millionaire is thirty-eight-year-old mother of one Rachel Uchitel. Rachel is a former VIP celebrity club hostess who has had no success in love. Rachel lost her fiancé tragically and is ready to find love once again. Patti knows Rachel personally and says her Alpha energy causes her to shred through men looking for her soul mate. Will Patti get Rachel to stop being aggressive long enough to let one guy in?
Thirty-year-old infamous New York socialite Justin Ross Lee owns a line of fancy suit pocket squares called Pretentious Pocket. Justin, who became a minor internet celebrity for being a narcissistic troublemaker, is looking for his own Kate Upton to join him in his life of travel and adventures. Patti’s second millionaire is thirty five-year-old Michael Sartain, a “geek-at-heart” and a former Captain in the Air Force who now owns a PR firm in Las Vegas. Will Patti get Michael to lout out his “inner geek” so he can find his true soul mate?
NeNe Leakes wants Patt's assistance as she attempts to help two of her bridesmaids find love.
“The Millionaire Matchmaker” star Patti Stanger gives her raw and uncensored take on three dates that she set up in past seasons. There’s more tough love to go around when Patti reflects on a plastic surgeon who invites a busty model to be a third wheel, a handsome entrepreneur who can't date without his friends' approval, and a musician who dates way too young and tries way too hard.
In the season premiere, Patti is excited to work with Larry Birkhead, the father of Anna Nicole Smith’s daughter Dannielynn. Forty-one-year-old Larry is cute but shy and uncomfortable in the limelight. He has not dated for almost a decade and currently resides in his hometown in Kentucky to be with family and raise his daughter. Now that Dannielynn is eight, she is telling her dad that she's ready for him to get out there. Will Patti be able to pull shy guy Larry out of his turtle shell and make a hunter out of him? Patti’s second client this week is Melyssa Ford, star of Bravo’s Blood, Sweat & Heels and former music video vixen. This stunning 38-year-old realtor has built an empire on her sexuality, but now she thinks that is all men see in her. Can Patti help Melyssa learn to lead with her brains and not her body so that she can find a solid relationship?
Jill Zarin wants Patti’s help in setting her daughter, Ally, on the right path to love. Dating mentor Kristin Cavallari teaches Ally to know her self-worth. Patti’s other client this week is Prince Ferdinand Von Anhalt of Germany who is Zsa Zsa Gabor's stepson.
Mario "Perez Hilton" Lavandeira is famous for his outspoken, celebrity blogger personality and needs Patti’s help as he cannot seem to shake his "snarky" reputation in the dating community. Then, Sonja Morgan, a beautiful mother and divorceé on “The Real Housewives of New York City,” has no trouble finding a man, but it never lasts. Can Patti teach Sonja how to pick the right guy?
Spencer Pratt asks Patti to set up his sister, Stephanie; Patti gives advice to Kari Whitman.
Olympian Allison Baver returns with her new boyfriend; celebrity chef Devin Alexander seeks help.
Jesse Kovacs was previously on The Bachelorette and instead of finding a mate, he gained a reputation for being a dog. Can Patti help "Canine Kovacs" undo the damage and find him the girl of his dreams? Stylist and hairdresser AJ Johnson of "Chicagolicious” owned his own salon and product line in Chicago, but now he's moved to Los Angeles to grow his brand. Patti quickly determines he is far too controlling and brings in celebrity hairstylist Jonathan Antin to school AJ on his picky ways.
While Adam O'Rourke is the founder of a software company, his quirky mannerisms are making it hard for him to attract a woman; TV host Julissa Bermudez is smart and talented but attracts men who only want her for her looks.
Reality star Brooklyn Tankard has a list of demands; businessman Amit Ram refuses to shave.
TV personality Kenya Moore ("The Real Housewives of Atlanta") seeks Patti's help, bringing along fellow cast member Cynthia Bailey for support; singer-songwriter Taylor Dayne is ready to devote some time to finding love.