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According to Candace, who’s somehow been friends with this psycho for 14 years, A. will kick a woman out of bed if her pedicure isn’t perfect. and Jesse listen to women for the first time in their lives, A. has to meet with another one of Patti’s bizarre roster of “experts”: Jonathan Antin, a hairdresser who apparently also used to be an asshole, but has since reformed himself and found love. meets with Jonathan, who spews out robotic phrases like “You can’t be controlling with a partner in a relationship” and “You’ve got to let people be who they are.” Cool, thanks, Jonathan! Jesse, who apparently doesn’t have ears, chooses Kate, because he likes what she said about wanting to be friends first and A. First up, they’re going to use their feet to stomp grapes.
But before we get to all that, let’s meet our first millionaire this week: A. J.’s freakish attention to detail and obsession with control.
So what would happen, I wondered, when Patti let him into her Millionaires Club? (No, I am not making this up.) At their preliminary meeting—after establishing A. Patti must be a “We need to get serious here,” Patti says, “because your reputation is on the line.” Ummm, IDK Patti, but I think that ship might have sailed. “I don’t think they ever listen to women,” Patti says. Finally, it’s time for the men to meet their potential matches. J., Patti has selected Taliah, a phlebotomist; Aime, a salon owner and Melissa, who makes a line of clothes for petite women. Kate reminds me of those kids who studied abroad in college, and came back pretending they’d toooootally forgotten that apartments weren’t called “flats.” Anyway, moving on. Um, chill out, Melissa, that is not a real problem.
He won’t date women who are lazy, who have bad hair extensions, who aren’t between 5’7″ and 5’9″ or who use pads instead of tampons. and Jesse have trouble getting deep with women, Patti wants to have a mixer where the guys won’t be able to see the women—they’ll only be able to ask them questions and listen to their responses. Wow—that’s an incredibly specific thing to be an expert in. Good job Googling “relationship advice” five minutes before this meeting. for like six years and I still sound like a lumberjack, so take that, Kate. chooses Melissa—mainly because she answers everything perfectly, as if A. “I don’t weigh that much so I’m wondering how hard I can make these grapes go,” Melissa says.
“I’ve never been on a first date that was so much , literally,” Kate says, her lip gloss glittering in the ambient candlelight. Patti declares that Canine Kovacs is out of the pound. J., who enjoyed his first date with Melissa, but—as Patti learns from a phone call with Melissa—cancelled on their next date via text. Despite Patti forcing him to call Melissa up, apologize, and ask her to go on another date, we later learn that A. and Melissa still haven’t seen each other again, and that A.
"I think Jesse is a really goodlooking guy," Patti says in the clip. And why has Patti decided to nickname Jesse "Canine Kovacs?(if you did, I am SHOCKED), Jesse did earn himself the best reputation. When Patti asks about the accent, Kate claims it’s because she’s been “traveling a lot” and she picks up accents wherever she goes. Kate, a model, declares she’s “starving” for the second time so far on this date, and I’m starting to become less concerned about her voice and more concerned about when was the last time she consumed solid food. J.’s not, in fact, gay—Patti concludes that he’s a “cuffer”—i.e., someone who “cuffs” women and forces them to follow his rules, to such an extent that the women lose their own sense of identity. For Jesse, Patti’s chosen Kylie, a ballerina; Natalie, who has an organic cocktail company and Kate, a model with the MOST IRRITATING VOICE I’VE EVER HEARD. It’s not so much the voice as it is the accent: a bizarre amalgamation of a bunch of different European-sounding accents, all of them clearly feigned by a model who wants to sound more exotic than the Valley Girl she really is. After a positively grueling round of questions (“What would be in your laundry basket? After go-karting, Jesse takes Kate to dinner at a super intimate-looking restaurant.If his name rings a bell it’s because he was on the reality dating show “The Bachelorette.” He wasn’t a fan favorite. But as he says, he rather be a prankster than a phony.Kovacs is seeking the help of “The Millionaire Matchmaker” because he says he needs another perspective when it comes to relationships.