"...each affects the other, and the other affects the next, and the world is full of stories, but the stories are all one." - Mitch Albom, one helluva writer.
When you throw a rock into a pack of dogs, you know which one you hit by the one that yelps!
Watching this last episode, I couldn't help but think that not one, but both of her millionaires were gay. The Jason guy.... Maybe he just doesn't know it yet. Maybe that's why he hasn't had any lasting relationships. Patti was dead-on when she said he had "No personality." He needs a lot more than just interpretive dance lessons.
I really enjoyed the New Yorker/Las Vegas female impersonator. It was obvious early on, that the "Pockey Gay Guy" was drinking too much and just wasn't his type but he was so kind and maintained his good humor the whole time. Very gracious and unusual for one of Patti's millionaires.
I was tempted to record that show for husband who is from Las Vegas. Husband wanted to see his Vegas show.
I am not sure what personality Frank needs. Pocket gay knew they did not really have anything in common. That and the camera being on him made him down all those drinks. Frank has lots of friends and some innate wisdom. I think he is rich as a person already. So I do not think I can add to his wisdom.
I do not think the other person is gay. He has fear.
You can do it!
I don't presume to know anyone's sexual preference, however, I think it is odd if many people who meet you think you are gay, Patty thought he was gay, the other Millionaire thought he was gay and yet , he says that he isn't gay. When they showed his video, he said many people think he's gay. I did too. I just wonder why that would be the case. Just curious.
I loved that zip line in Vegas! Man, I want to do that!
I can't wait to see Patty get fixed up next week!
Just watched the episode with the 58-year-old guy who only wanted to date women in their 20s, but then was smitten with the 44-year-old who Patti found for him. At the end it stated that they went out only one more time. I wish they would have said what happened.
I thought the black football player was a perfect match for Patti. He said he liked strong women and described her personality to a T!