I live for those last two minutes when it’s revealed whether the couples have continued to date or not; it simply doesn’t get much better than hearing that Courtney Kerr from Courtney Loves Dallas plans to go to Norway to visit her fashion mogul also-a-Millionaire match. (Spoiler alert: She did not.) Do the little glimpses of success we usually get from one of the couples per episode really unfold into epic love stories?(Cover your eyes and close the page if you’d like to continue to watch The Millionaire Matchmaker in blissful, tacky ignorance.) Other than the disasters that the show happily airs — my brain will perhaps never scrub from its limited memory capacity that Hello Kitty-loving millionaire, Robin, trying to give her gold digging plumber date a handy under the dinner table — plenty of its successes end somewhat disastrously, as well.OK, nothing about the show is particularly romantic, but out of the two staged dates every episode, one almost inevitably ends up dating past their episode, or so the captions tell me.
Proof that, while The Millionaire Matchmaker is obviously staged within an inch of its botoxed life, Stanger the “third generation matchmaker” still knows how to find love for two sad, empty souls.He seemed to be on the show to get a little TV cred to try and advance his post-NFL sportscasting career.