'The Millionaire Matchmaker' Season 7, Episode 4: Preview, TV Info, & More

Is there a worse advertisement for love than Patti Stanger’s “The Millionaire Matchmaker”? In the seventh season of the show the concept of love seems as remote as a visit to Mars. Patti isn’t just unsuccessful in finding matches this year for her clients, but her dating pool seems to be hitting new levels of shallow. Last week the “Millionaires” ended up picking each other. What a testament to Patti’s matchmaking ability. She can put together a group of singles so undesirable that her clients only choice is to date each other. In a shock to no one another one of Patti’s matches failed to lead to love. If Patti was a baseball player she would be a week away from a trip to the minors.

From the Bravo synopsis for tonight’s episode it looks like more problems ahead for Los Angeles’ premiere shrew.

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.

The twist of this week is one millionaire backs out from the mixer. Things are so bad for Patty that she can’t even keep her Millionaires around for the show’s 42 minute run time. The good news is Patti hasn’t given up her delusional inflated sense of self.

Patti knows love people, just not how to dish it out.

Date: Thursday, December 26th
Episode Title: “The Running Man & Great Expectations”
Start Time: 9:00 p.m. ET
Watch: Bravo
Online Stream: BravoTV.com

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