When Paul inherits a matchmaking company from his Aunt Cathy, he wonders what his aunt could have possibly been thinking. But he soon realizes it makes perfect sense: by his own estimation, Paul is very attractive, super-likable and a really happy person -- and he's got a fantastic marriage to a very wealthy woman, Teri. Although Paul's confident that he is the perfect person to help women find love, his approach is going to be a little different from that of his Aunt Cathy. His no-holds-barred philosophy toward dating can be surprising and frustrating to the women he is helping, but no matter how hilarious it may appear, his focus is always on being brutally honest with his clients.
This week I was asked to share my favorite episode with my lovely readers :) To be honest, I'm totally in love with the whole Paul the Matchmaker series! It was so hard to pick a favorite! I think I've decided that Episode 7: "Know How to Cook" is my favorite. In this episode, Paul sets the couples up to play a little "Danish running dinner" which he describes as "Boring to explain, super fun to do!". Essentially each couple is responsible for one course of dinner and all the couples will travel from house to house. I chose this episode as my favorite because its easily relatable for me. Not only do I LOVE to cook, but throwing dinner parties is so much fun for me!! I could completely relate to the hectic feelings that were displayed in the episode. Just the thought of that adrenaline rush makes me want to plan a party asap! Any one interested in playing Danish Running Dinner with me??? Anyone??
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