Each episode features her matchmaking two millionaires.
First, millionaire clients submit a biographical video profile on a DVD describing the type of partner they want.
Say what you want about Patti Stanger, aka Bravo's Millionaire Matchmaker (and you could say a lot — the woman isn't exactly known for being reserved), but the career matchmaker and dating expert knows a thing or two about the language of love.
Or, at least, the language of prepping two strangers for an awkward date and hoping they've followed her advice.
At what point in the relationship should a couple go to dinner?
PATTI STANGER: If a man has money, he should take you to dinner on the first date.
There's bitching, backstabbing and the most amount of shadiness on TV.
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Something we hope you'll especially enjoy: if( window. == "undefined") else if (typeof document.webkit Hidden !(And heaven help the poor dater who neglects to follow Stanger's advice.) Now in its seventh season, "The Millionaire Matchmaker" features wealthy but hapless men (and sometimes ladies, too) who turn to Stanger's dating club in an effort to find that elusive special someone.And, if that unicorn isn't out there, they at least hope to find someone who can stand their company (and stand to spend their money) long enough to get into their pants.Patricia "Patti" Stanger (born May 31, 1961) is an American businesswoman and reality television personality.She is best known for starring in and producing her own matchmaking reality series, The Millionaire Matchmaker, on Bravo TV.