Season 1 of the show infamously ended in a marriage proposal between millionaire Paul Murad and Cidney Carson after their first date that was then even more infamously called off immediately following the episode's airing a few months later. And so go most Millionaire Matchmaker engagements, of which there have been a few made, and the exact same amount called off, sans one (stay tuned).
I don’t like that the other side needs to have looks. I don’t like that she thinks women need to behave differently inside of business than they do outside of it.
I don’t like that she’s coy, giggly and submissive with her boyfriends, and angry, yell-y and domineering with her employees and clients. I really don’t like that she’s hateful toward redheads. There’s one — just one — thing that I do like about Millionaire Matchmaker: the romance.
He seemed to be on the show to get a little TV cred to try and advance his post-NFL sportscasting career.
It all begins under too much pressure; the distance is too far; someone gets deported. The first was featured on the 2014 season, when former NFL player, Mitch Berger, dropped by Patti's office with his date from Season 6 and now wife, Bambi Lashell.
The thing about Mitch was he was just a really nice guy.